Amazon, which is revamping its original programming under the leadership of Jennifer Salke, is debuting two big dramas this fall: Matthew Weiner’s star-studded anthology series The Romanoffs and Homecoming, starring Julia Roberts and created by Mr. Robot’s Sam Esmail. It also has a strange new series featuring Saturday Night Live’s Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph, called Forever. Hulu, meanwhile, is releasing The First, a drama about the first astronauts on Mars that stars Sean Penn, and a horror anthology series from Blumhouse TV called Into the Dark. YouTube Premium, formerly YouTube Red, also has a new sci-fi drama on the way called Origin.

Even Facebook is getting in on the action, having launched a hub for original video called Facebook Watch last year. It has two dark comedies lined up—one starring Catherine Zeta-Jones called Queen America and another with Elizabeth Olsen entitled Sorry For Your Loss.

Last month the tech titans took over the Television Critics Association summer press tour, where TV networks typically show off their shows for the upcoming fall to media. Netflix and Amazon returned after long absences, as did Hulu and YouTube, and Facebook Watch made its debut.

To be sure, the premium networks like HBO and Showtime, cable networks like AMC and FX, and the big US broadcasters also have lots coming down the pike. The CW’s Charmed reboot, Showtime’s Kidding, CBS’s Murphy Brown revival, and FX’s Mayans M.C. are all getting a lot of attention. But tech’s ascendance during this hectic time of year is also a sign that streaming platforms are getting big enough to feel comfortable pitting their biggest shows against broadcast and cable, which have more scale.

One thing’s for sure: Cord cutters definitely won’t feel left out around the water cooler—or on Twitter—this fall TV season.

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