All the Big TV Shows You Don’t Want to Miss Premiering in Summer 2019 (and Beyond)


A steady stream of new TV shows and returning favorites will be hitting the small screen this year — an overwhelming amount of television, let’s be honest. To keep you sane as you set about diligently programming your VCR we bring you this ridiculously comprehensive list of just about every major television premiere date announced so far.

July 28

**Pennyworth (Epix)
Based on the DC comic characters, Pennyworth gives the backstory to Batman’s longtime butler Alfred Pennyworth and his work alongside Batman’s father Thomas Wayne. Watch the trailer.

July 29

Bachelor in Paradise (ABC)
Your favorite reality stars turned D-list celebrities are back for another summer spent looking for love… in paradise.

**Lights Out With David Spade (Comedy Central)
David Shape is getting his own late night treatment. The pop culture talk show will air four nights a week. Watch the teaser.

July 31

**Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu)
From Mindy Kaling and Matt Warburton comes a series adaptation of the classic rom-com of the same name. Watch the trailer.

**Sherman’s Showcase (IFC)
Like a companion to Documentary Now!Sherman’s Showcase is a comedy chronicling the history of a fictional variety show. Watch the trailer.

August 1

**No One Saw a Thing (Sundance)
A six-part true-crime docuseries about a mysterious murder that took place in the ’80s with at least 60 witnesses present, all of whom deny seeing anything. Watch the trailer.

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‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ | HBO

August 2

**A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO)
From comedian Robin Thede and Insecure’s Issa Rae comes a new 30-minute sketch series starring some of the greatest up-and-coming comics today. Thede leads the cast, in addition to Ashley Nicole Black, Gabrielle Dennis, and Quinta Brunson, and there’s no short of guests like Lena Waithe, Angela Bassett, and more. Watch the trailer.

Dear White People (Netflix)
The witty, collegiate drama about racial tension on a prestigious campus returns, with the upcoming season seeing guest appearances from Laverne Cox, Yvette Nicole Brown, and others. Watch the trailer.

August 4

Preacher (AMC)
The possessed preacher series starring Dominic Cooper and Ruth Negga is back for more demonic and fantastical adventures. Watch the trailer.

August 7

**BH90210 (FOX)
Nostalgia is a powerful thing, so Beverly Hills, 90210 is back for a six-part reboot featuring its original cast members. Watch the trailer.

**Bulletproof (The CW)
An action-comedy series set in London’s East End about two cops (Noel Clarke, Ashley Walters) from very different backgrounds and their pursuit of dangerous criminals. 

August 8

**Two Sentence Horror Stories (The CW)
An anthology series featuring a different scary story each episode, all of which are based on fears in contemporary society regarding identity politics and technology. 

‘GLOW’ | Ali Goldstein/Netflix

August 9

GLOW (Netflix)
The GLOW girls have finally made it to the lavish Vegas strip in the forthcoming Season 3 of this hit Netflix series. Watch the trailer.

August 11

Succession (HBO)
Season 2 of the drama about a wealthy Manhattanite media family starring Nicholas Braun, Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, and others. Expect a lot more furious walks down Fifth Avenue in peacoats and angry cellphone conversations. Watch the trailer.

August 12

Lodge 49 (AMC)
The Wyatt Russell-starring comedy about a lost surfer who joins a fraternal order returns for Season 2. Watch the trailer.

The Terror: Infamy (AMC)
The second season of AMC’s horror anthology series follows disturbing occurrences in a World War II Japanese internment camp. Watch the trailer.

August 14

**David Makes Man (OWN)
Moonlight screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney wrote this new series loosely based on his own childhood about a boy growing up in a low-income community in Florida who turns to academics to seek refuge from poverty. Watch the trailer.

August 15

**Why Women Kill (CBS All Access)
Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry’’ got a thing for dark comedies about, well, angry housewives. His latest project explores three women in different time periods being forced to deal with their husband’s infidelity and betrayal. Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, Alexandra Daddario, and more appear. Watch the trailer.

August 16

Mindhunter (Netflix)
The long-awaited second season of one of Netflix’s best originals based on the FBI agents who pioneered studying the psychology of serial killers. Season 2 sees a change in form, though, as the leading agents take on one specific case and investigate a murderer whose killing spree targets children. 

August 18

**The Righteous Gemstones (HBO)
From the Eastbound and Down team comes a new comedy about a mega-famous televangelist family and all of their scheming and hilarious quirks. The cast is stacked with the likes of Adam Devine, Dany McBride, John Goodman, and many others for a very blessed viewing. Watch the trailer.

August 25

The Affair (Showtime)
The last season of the Showtime drama about an extramarital affair and its damaging effects. Watch the trailer.

**On Becoming a God in Central Florida (Showtime)
In today’s beloved age of the scammer, Kirsten Dunst is giving life to yet another schemer — this time in what looks like an incredible role of a Floridian water park employee who launches a pyramid scene. The dark comedy is set in early ’90s Florida, so expect all the strange. Watch the trailer.

Power (Starz)
The popular nightclub drama is wrapping up with just 15 more episodes in its final, sixth installment this August. Watch the trailer.

August 30

**Carnival Row (Amazon Prime)
Set in a Victorian-era world where magical creatures live among humans, but are displaced as marginalized immigrants, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevigne play a human and fairy caught up in a forbidden affair. The series follows their relationship, as well as Bloom’s character’s investigation into a dark force killing members of their society, making for a new kind of ambitious fantasy. Watch the teaser.

**The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (Netflix)
It would be hard to forget Jim Henson’s legendary original fantasy about the world of Thra, and now the story of the mystical Gelfings is picking back up in a new series for Netflix to satisfy all of your childhood yearnings. Big names like Helena Bonham Carter, Taron Egerton, Andy Samberg, and more voice the puppet cast. Watch the trailer.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga
‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga’ | Hulu

September 4

**Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)
A dramatization of the early life and formation of the iconic rap group Wu-Tang Clan. The group’s own RZA is in part at the helm of the show, and actors like Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, and others star. Watch the trailer.

September 6

**Good Talk With Anthony Jeselnik (Comedy Central)
Comedian Anthony Jeselnik is getting his own talk show where he invites on his other comic friends to discuss the craft and their careers. Guests include Nick Kroll, Kumail Nanjiani, Tig Notaro, and more. Watch the trailer.

September 9

The Deuce (HBO)
The Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco starring series about the porn industry in late ‘70s NYC is back for a third installment. 

September 12

Mr. Inbetween (FX)
Season 2 of the dark comedy about a man (Scott Ryan) juggling his life between fatherhood and a criminal for hire.

This Close (Sundance)
The will they, won’t they rom-com series about best friends Kate and Michael, who both happen to be deaf and navigating similar struggles, continues in Season 2.  

September 13

Room 104 (HBO)
Jay and Mark Duplass’ anthology series returns with 12 new episodes about an additional crop of guests who pass through the seemingly normal motel room and their various, odd stories. Watch the trailer.

**Unbelievable (Netflix)
A dramatic series adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning story “An Unbelievable Story of Rape”about a serial rapist and the teenaged victim charged with lying about what truly happened to her. Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever lead the cast. Watch the trailer.

September 18

American Horror Story: 1984 (FX)
Ryan Murphy’s anthology series returns for its ninth season, which he revealed is set to be in part focused on the slasher horror genre of the ’80s. While no release date is confirmed, it’s scheduled to air this fall. Watch the teaser.

September 20

**Between Two Ferns: The Movie (Netflix)
Funny or Die is producing a full-length movie about Zach Galifianakis’ popular interview web series, and it’s coming to Netflix. The flick sees Galifianakis as a laughing stock after his DIY show goes viral, inspiring him to trek across the country on a road trip and talk to celebs to redeem himself. 

Disenchantment (Netflix)
Adult animation duo Matt Groening and Josh Weinstein’s creation for Netflix about a medieval princess voiced by Abbi Jacobson, who’s looking for mischief, is set on a quest for more magical shenanigans in Season 2. 

September 23

9-1-1 (FOX)
Ryan Murphy may be making his big move to Netflix, but one of his last network series is still coming back his fall. Angela Bassett and team’s got 9-1-1 calls to respond to. 

**All Rise (CBS)
A new procedural focused on the inner-workings and various roles, from judges to lawyers, in the L.A. County courthouse.

**Bluff City Law (NBC)
As the name suggests, Bluff City Law is about lawyers in Memphis. 

**Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS)
Chuck Lorre’s latest comedy follows a man who suffers a heart attack and instantly falls for his nurse the second he wakes up in the hospital. Billy Gardell, who collaborated with Lorre on one of his other series Mike and Molly, stars alongside Folake Olowofoyeku. 

The Good Doctor (ABC)
The hospital drama about a young doctor (Freddie Highmore) on the autism spectrum returns for a third season. 

The Neighborhood (CBS)
The Max Greenfield/Cedric the Entertainer rivalry comedy is back. 

**Prodigan Son (FOX)
A new series about a criminal psychologist (Tom Payne) who’s able to help the FBI with a particularly unique perspective, considering his father (Michael Sheen) was a serial killer. Watch the trailer.

The Voice (NBC)
Adam Levine, Black Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend have another group of aspiring pop stars to coach.

‘black-ish’ | ABC

September 24

black-ish (ABC)
There may be several off-shoots of the series now, but the original Anthony Anderson-starring family comedy is yet again back for another go. 

Bless This Mess (ABC)
Lake Bell and Dax Shepard’s newly-wed couple has more small-town struggles to deal with in their recently relocated Nebraska home.

The Conners (ABC)
Roseanne may be gone, but The Conners persists.

**Emergence (ABC)
This forthcoming mystery series revolves around a police officer who discovers a child with amnesia at the sight of an accident, and the conspiracy that unfolds around it. Watch the trailer.

Empire (FOX)
The latest installment of hip-hop dynasty drama. 

Season 2 of the series about the NYC bureau of the FBI bureau.

mixed-ish (ABC)
Like grown-ish, mixed-ish is another black-ish spin-off focused on Traces Ellis Ross’ character’s experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s. Watch the trailer.

NCIS is still on. It returns for Season 17 this fall. 

NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)
The NCIS spin-off is also still on, now onto its sixth season about crimes in NOLA. 

New Amsterdam (NBC)
The public hospital and its surgeons have more lives to save. 

The Resident (FOX)
Season 3 of FOX’s hospital drama about its class of young doctors. 

This Is Us (NBC)
The popular, multi-timeline family drama returns, and more tears will be shed. 

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‘Chicago Fire’ | NBC

September 25

Chicago Fire (NBC)
The firefighter drama that started NBC’s extensive Chicago lineup returns.  

Chicago Med (NBC)
To cover all of the classic workplace drama bases, Chicago Med premieres its fifth season this fall. 

Chicago P.D. (NBC)
There’s a lot going on in Chi Town, so NBC’s third Chicago procedural is also back. 

The Goldbergs (ABC)
Adam F. Goldberg’s got some more strange stories to tell about his ecsentric family in the ’80s. 

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX)
Shenanigans never quit in Philly with the Reynolds and friends. 

The Masked Singer (FOX)
The very odd competition series sensation that confounded and enamored fans has a new set of stars hiding under the veil of elaborate masks. 

Modern Family (ABC)
It’s time to say goodbye to the Dunphys, Tuckers, and Pritchetts; the long-running family comedy is coming to an end this fall. 

Schooled (ABC)
The Goldbergs spin-off continues to follow the comedic lives of the staff at William Penn Academy. 

Single Parents (ABC)
Leighton Meester and Taran Killam are still figuring out this single parenting thing in Season 2 of the ABC comedy. 

**Stumptown (ABC)
An adaptation of the popular graphic novels of the same name about a private investigate in Portland. Cobie Smulders and Jake Johnson star. Watch the trailer.

September 26

**Carol’s Second Act (CBS)
Patricia Heaton is returning to the sitcom circuit in a new show about a mother set on becoming a doctor after her kids have grown up and she’s retired from teaching. 

**Creepshow (Shudder)
An anthology series featuring six different creepy horror stories featuring the likes of David Arquette, Kid Cudi, Bruce Davison, and more. Watch the trailer.

**Evil (CBS)
This supernatural series pairs a psychologist with a priest-in-training to look into potentially otherworldly forces at work in their town to see if science or something (un)holy is at work. Good lord! 

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‘The Good Place’ | NBC

The Good Place (NBC)
The popular afterlife comedy from Mike Schur is going out with a bang, ending hopefully with a heavenly good fourth and final season. 

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
It is onto its 17th season. 

How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)
Viola Davis’ intense, murderous drama is back for one more “killer season.” Watch the trailer.

Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
Olivia Benson never rests. She and her elite squad have more sex crimes to seek justice for. 

A Million Little Things (ABC)
The second season of this ensemble dramedy sees the core friend group continuing to grieve the loss of their friend and find ways to better their lives. 

Mom (CBS)
Anna Farris and Allison Janney have more familial qualms to work through in their mother-daughter sitcom. 

**Perfect Harmony (NBC)
Bradley Whitford plays a former Ivy League music professor who relocates to a small town and takes on the role as their church choir director in this upcoming sitcom. Hallelujah! Watch the trailer.

**Sunnyside (NBC)
Kal Penn co-created and stars in this new comedy about a former NYC politician who was ousted from politics, but sees the opportunity to make a comeback when a group of immigrants ask him for help in gaining citizenship. Watch the trailer.

Superstore (NBC)
The workplace sitcom starring America Ferrera is back for another season. 

**The Unicorn (CBS)
While the title may suggest otherwise, this series is not about a fantastical pony, but rather a single father who realizes in his midlife that he is #daddy and tries to get back into the dating scene. Watch the teaser.

Young Sheldon (CBS)
Big Bang Theory may be over, but there’s still more Young Sheldon to get your know-it-all, nerdy fix. 

September 27

Blue Bloods (CBS)
The Reagans have more intensity in the streets and their own personal lives to navigate together.  

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‘Fresh Off the Boat’ | ABC

Fresh Off the Boat (ABC)
Despite Constance Wu’s wish the series had been canceled, Fresh Off the Boat is definitely back and Huangs have more struggles to take on as a fam. 

Hawaii Five-O (CBS)
There’s never enough action for Steve McGarrett and the Five-O, now onto its tenth installment of the reboot. 

Magnum P.I. (CBS)
Magnum’s got more cases to delve into in the contemporary relaunch of this crime classic. 

**The Politician (Netflix)
Ryan Murphy makes his Netflix debut with The Politician. His first series for the streamer has already renewed for a second season, and will be a dark comedy that focuses on the ambitious rise of a young, aspiring politician played by Ben Platt, beginning in Season 1 with his determined pursuit to win student body president in high school. Jessica Lange, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler, Zoey Deutch, and many others also star.

September 29

**Bless the Harts (FOX)
A new animated series from SNL‘s Emily Spivey about a group of Southerners figuring out life today. The cast of characters is voiced by Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, Ike Barinholtz, and more. 

God Friended Me (FOX)
Your life really gets turned upside down when The Lord adds you on social media, so God Friended Me is back for Season 2. 

**Godfather of Harlem (Epix)
A prequel to the 2007 film American Gangster, this crime drama focuses on the notorious gangster Bumpy Johnson (Forest Whitaker) and his elaborate system of underground crime in ’60s Harlem.  

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
The other NCIS spin-off is also back. 

The Rookie (ABC)
The Nathan Fillion-led underdog cop show is onto Season 2. 

October 1

Sorry for Your Loss (Facebook Watch)
The underrated drama about a woman (Elizabeth Olsen) grieving the loss of her husband returns for Season 2. 

October 2

**Almost Family (FOX)
Brittany Snow plays a young woman who learns she may be a sister to nearly 100 other strangers, as it’s revealed her fertility doctor father (Timothy Hutton) actually donated his sperm to many other families. Yikes! Watch the trailer.

October 6

**Back to Life (Showtime)
A dark comedy that originally aired on BBC about a woman trying to assimilate back into her regular life after spending almost two decades in prison. 

**Batwoman (The CW)
Ruby Rose will be dawning the legendary batsuit as she takes on the role of the first-ever on-screen lesbian superhero. Watch the trailer.

The Walking Dead (AMC)
Yes, The Walking Dead is onto its tenth season. Watch the trailer.

October 9

**Nancy Drew (The CW)
Classic children’s lit character Nancy Drew has been adapted in multiple forms over the years, and now she’s coming to The CW with a Riverdale-like show. Set in a contemporary setting, Season 1 sees the ambitious sleuth investigating a murder that she was an eye witness to. Watch the trailer.

October 10

Supernatural (The CW)
After 15 seasons, the popular supernatural series about a pair of monster hunting brothers will come to an end.  

October 13

**The Birch (Facebook Watch)
A horror series inspired by a short film of the same name about a teenaged boy who befriends a monster.  

October 14

Letterkenny (Hulu)
This popular rural, small-town comedy from Canada is finding a new home on Hulu for its seventh season. 

**Looking for Alaska (Hulu)
It’s been a long road for the beloved young adult novel by John Greene to see the on-screen treatment, but it’s finally coming in the form of a series adaptation to Hulu. The story follows a new student’s (Charlie Plummer) arrival at a boarding school and his relationship with a strange girl named Alaska (Kristine Froseth) who he becomes enamored with. 

October 16

**Limetown (Facebook Watch)
This thriller stars Jessica Biel as a journalist covering a story about the mysterious disappearance of hundreds of people from a research facility in the South. 

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‘Silicon Valley’ | Ali Paige Goldstein/HBO

October TBD

Silicon Valley (HBO)
Mike Judge and Alex Berg’s comedy about tech bros is coming to an end in its sixth season. Will Pied Piper finally pull through? TBD.

**Watchmen (HBO)
Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers) is bringing Alan Moore’s sci-fi comic book Watchmento the small screen, but rather than adapting the 12 issues verbatim, it’s said to be a “remix” of the original work.

November 12

**Encore! (Disney+)
Kristen Bell hosts this reality series that reunites now-grown-up high school drama crews to revive the shows they performed in school.

**High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+)
As you can probably infer from the title, the popular Disney Channel Original Movie is now being turned into a series. Zac Efron will unfortunately not be reprising his role as Troy Bolton.

**The Mandalorian (Disney+)
Disney;s going to draw Star Wars fans to their platform with this one — a series about a gunfighter who emerges as a warrior in the period between the fall of the Empire and the First Order. Pedro Pascal is The Mandalorian. 

**The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Disney+)
As the title suggests, in this docuseries Jeff Goldblum discusses fascinating science and facets of the globe.

November 15

The Man in the High Castle (Amazon Prime)
The Man in the High Castle will conclude with Season 4 and finally see the resistance that attempts to overthrow the Nazis that prevailed in the show’s alternate reality universe. 

December 13

The Expanse (Amazon Prime)
The new season of Prime’s intergalactic series based on James S.A. Corey’s sci-fi books will focus on the fourth book in the series, Cibola Burna, following a corporation and settlers’ dispute based on the planetary land they’ve both claimed. 

2019 TBD

**Devs (FX)
Alex Garland’s movies, like Annihilation and Ex Machina, are chilling sci-fi creations, and now he moves into the world of TV with FX’s Devs. Set to star Maniac‘s Sonoya Mizuno, it follows a young woman who thinks the tech company she works for (run by Nick Offerman) may be somehow involved in the death of her boyfriend.

**The Gilded Age (NBC)
Writer and executive producer Julian Fellowes, of Downton Abbey and Gosford Park fame, teams up with NBC for a 10-episode drama set in the capitalist free-for-all of 1880s New York City. Expect it to dissect manners, morals, and the wide divide between new money and old in a breezy, bingeable way.

**His Dark Materials (HBO)
The popular fantasy series by Philip Pullman is now being adapted into an HBO series, set to premiere sometime this fall. While it was previously turned into a 2007 film, The Golden Compass, the series will further delve into the story about a young girl’s search for her kidnapped friend across a parallel universe. Watch the trailer.

**The L Word Sequel (Showtime)
Fifteen years after the original premiere of Showtime’s lesbian drama The L Word, a spinoff series from Marja-Lewis Ryan is being launched with series creator Ilene Chaiken signed on to executive produce. Along with a batch of new queer characters, classic cast members Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey will reprise their roles in the LA-based show about a group of friends navigating love and heartbreak.

Peaky Blinders (Netflix)
At last, Steven Knight’s mob tale returns, first on BBC One in August or September, and then a few months later, likely in December (if Season 4’s rollout is any indication), on Netflix. Either way, you’re going to watch it.

**Undone (Amazon)
BoJack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg is taking his talents to Amazon, where he’ll produce an adult animated series about a woman who, after a car accident, finds she has the ability to time travel, which she uses to investigate her father’s death. Watch the trailer.

Stay tuned for more updates as more premiere dates are announced.

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Lana Condor of ‘Deadly Class’ | Syfy


January 14

**The Passage (FOX)
Based on the virus-infected, post-apocalyptic book series from Justin Cronin, this Ridley Scott-produced series adapts the books for the small screen, focusing on a father (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and his daughter who is the test subject of a government agency plan to eliminate all disease. So many creepy things! Watch the trailer.

January 15

Corporate (Comedy Central)
This bleak comedy about office drones and the evil powers that be at the conglomerate where they work will definitely make you laugh. The show, now entering its second season, will also make you want to call in sick, so make sure to polish off your best go-to excuse for your boss. Watch the trailer.

January 16

**Deadly Class (Syfy)
From Avengers: Infinity War‘s Russo Brothers comes this anti-superhero high school series, based on the comic-book series of the same name, starring breakout rom-com star Condor in full tattoo sleeves, Benedict Wong as a no-nonsense headmaster, and Henry Rollins doing… something. Marcus (Wadsworth) joins King’s Dominion Atelier of the Deadly Arts to study with the next generation of sarcastic assassins. Watch the trailer.

Schitt’s Creek (Pop)
It’s Season 5 of the cult comedy that your friends always tweeting about — the one about a formerly rich family now living in a motel after losing their fortune (aka the one that stars Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy). Watch the trailer.

**Wayne (YouTube Premium)
Executive-produced by the writers of Deadpool and Deadpool 2Wayne tells the story of a teenager’s quest to find an old Trans Am that was stolen from his dad before he died. Watch the trailer.

January 17

**A Discovery of Witches (Sundance Now)
The hit British adaptation of Deborah Harkness’ All Souls trilogy makes its way to American shores this January. It tracks the story of a reluctant alliance between a witch (Palmer) and a vampire (Goode), who must unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. Watch the trailer.

Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access)
The second season of this Star Trek prequel dabbles in the apocalypse as the crew of the USS Discovery encounters the warning shots of a suspicious new space creature, the Red Angel, that wants to end sentient life across the universe. Fun! Oh, and we meet a young, emo Spock. Watch the trailer.

January 18

**Carmen Sandiego (Netflix)
Millennials’ favorite geography CD-ROM, board game, and ’90s series Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? is getting a revamp as an animated Netflix series. Starring Gina Rodriguez as the voice of the titular criminal and Finn Wolfhard (Stranger ThingsIt) as her accomplice, the series is set to give more context into her thieving background. Watch the trailer.

Grace and Frankie (Netflix)
Dynamic comedy duo Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return as the titular characters in this family comedy about two women who discover late in life their husbands are romantically involved. Watch the trailer.

Marvel’s The Punisher (Netflix)
One of Netflix’s remaining Marvel series, this military thriller is set to return for its second season. Watch the trailer.

January 20

**Black Monday (Showtime)
This cynical, comedic look at the market crash in 1987 stars Don Cheadle and Andrew Rannells as a group of newbies attempting to take Wall Street by storm during the tumultuous period. Watch the trailer.

Crashing (HBO)
The Pete Holmes-led comedy about a dude trying to break into comedy after he learns his wife is cheating on him is now onto its third season. Watch the trailer.

High Maintenance (HBO)
More eclectic NYC clients put in calls for “The Guy” in this weed deliveryman series from Ben Sinclair. Watch the trailer.

SMILF (Showtime)
Frankie Shaw’s comedy about a young, struggling single mother is back for its second season. Watch the trailer.

January 24

Broad City (Comedy Central)
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson’s hilarious New York City-based comedy has one final season wrapping up their unconditional love friendship storylines. Yaas, queens! Watch the trailer.

**Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix)
While you may think you know everything there is to know about Ted Bundy, one of history’s most infamous serial killers, this documentary digs through his own, archival accounts to give more insight into who he was. Watch the trailer.

January 25

**Black Earth Rising (Netflix
The American debut of the BBC series of a woman, played by Michaela Coel, who was orphaned during the Rwandan genocide and later raised by an adoptive mother in London. Now as an adult, her lawyer mother takes on a case surrounding the crimes of an African militia leader that causes her to examine her past and where she came from more closely. Watch the trailer.

**Kingdom (Netflix)
A prince sets out to save his kingdom once it falls ill to a mysterious plague, while trying to uncover the truth what evil is causing the disaster in this Korean drama. Watch the trailer.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)
The final six episodes of Tina Fey’s oddball sitcom about a woman who was once trapped in an underground cult arrive this January. Will Ellie Kemper’s endearing Kimmy finally find love and adjust to New York City in the 21st century? We can only hope! Watch the trailer.

January 27

**Rent: Live (FOX)
The latest live musical to hit TV is set to be an adaptation of Rent, the New York City story about a group of bohemians during the AIDS crisis, starring the likes of Vanessa Hudgens, Tinashe, Jordan Fisher, and more. Watch the trailer.

January 28

**I Am the Night (TNT)
A miniseries based on writer Fauna Hodel’s autobiography, telling the story of a teenage girl who was left at a Nevada casino as a baby and connects with an investigative reporter (Chris Pine) in her young adulthood to uncover the seemingly seedy history of her birth mother’s past. Very mysterious! Watch the trailer.

February 1

**The ABC Murders (Amazon Prime)
John Malkovich stars as in an adaptation of a classic Agatha Christie novel about a retired detective receiving menacing letters from an anonymous source threatening to plague London with a series of murders. Watch the trailer

**Russian Doll (Netflix)
Natasha Lyonne teams with Amy Poehler and the writer-director of Bachelorette to put a druggie, New York, female spin on a Groundhog Day-style narrative. It’s the show that will answer the question: What happens if you repeatedly die and repeatedly wake up in an Alphabet City bathroom with a very strange door during a party with Harry Nilsson playing? Watch the trailer.

February 3

**The World’s Best (CBS)
Airing after the Super Bowl, this new reality competition hosted by James Corden and judged by Drew Barrymore, RuPaul, and Faith Hill, as well as a panel of entertainment industry experts, seeks talent from around the world to find the next best performance act. Watch the trailer.

February 4

**Elvis Goes There (Epix)
Famous film critic Elvis Mitchell joins popular filmmakers like Guillermo Del Toro, Sofia Coppola, and many others on trips across the globe to their personal favorite locales and the places that have touched their lives and inherently influenced their work in this docuseries. 

February 8

One Day at a Time (Netflix)
The sincere family sitcom starring Rita Moreno and Justina Machado returns for Season 3 as the three generation Alvarez family continues navigate loss and life together. Watch the trailer

**PEN15 (Hulu)
Comedians Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle are going back to middle school, playing 13-year-old versions of themselves (yes, as grown women) in a classroom surrounded by actual adolescents in this Lonely Island comedy series. Watch the trailer.

**White Dragon (Amazon Prime)
This eight-part miniseries follows a man played by John Simm whose life is rattled once his wife is killed in car crash in Hong Kong. As he travels across the world from London to identify her body, he finds that she may have lived a much different life than he had imagined, and takes to investigating her mysterious death. Watch the trailer.

February 12

**Boomerang (BET)
A spin-off of the popular 1992 Eddie Murphy starred comedy of the same name, this sequel series picks up to follow the lives of the characters’ from the flick’s children who are now all grown up.

**Miracle Workers (TBS)
Steve Buscemi plays God in this supernatural comedy in which an angel at the bottom of the totem pole must work a miracle in order to prevent the Earth’s destruction. Let’s see if Harry Potter can pull it off. Watch the trailer.

February 13

**Weird City (YouTube Premium)
This new anthology from Jordan Peele features unique and hilarious sci-fi inspired stories, with the likes of Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Laverne Cox, and many others joining in. Watch the trailer.

February 14

**Dating Around (Netflix)
Netflix is diving head first into the wild world of reality dating TV with their first-ever dating show… which sounds a lot like the MTV aughts’ legend Next. In the series, one single goes on five dates, picking only one person to win a second date — so, a lot like Next, but maybe more in the vein of cuteness rather than raunch. Watch the trailer.

February 15

**Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy (Netflix)
In this reality series, iconic comedy writer/director/producer Larry Charles (Borat, Bruno) travels the world to find humor in unsuspecting, sometimes dangerous places. Watch the trailer.

**Lorena (Amazon Prime)
Lorena Bobbitt took the media by storm in the early ’90s when she was on trial for taking her husband’s abuse into her own hands by mutilating his genitals — but now her story is set to be heard unlike ever before in a new four-part docuseries produced by Jordan Peele. Watch the trailer.

**Proven Innocent (Fox)
A new courtroom drama about one law firm’s fight to defend a fellow lawyer who was wrongfully convicted of murder. Watch the trailer.

**The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)
Based on the comic created by Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance fame, The Umbrella Academy is about 43 babies randomly and miraculously born to unconnected women in 1989, some of which are later taken in by a man who trains them in what he calls the Umbrella Academy, hoping they’ll one day save the world from apocalypse. Eventually becoming estranged, the children reunite as adults upon their adoptive father’s death, and attempt to discover the mystery of their existence. Watch the trailer.

February 17

Last Week With John Oliver (HBO)
Political commentator and comedian John Oliver is back for the sixth season of his weekly satirical news series. Watch the trailer.

February 19

At Home With Amy Sedaris (TruTV)
Amy Sedaris’ wild homemaking show for the unconventional returns with another impressive roster of guests like Susan Sarandon, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Michael Shannon, and many others to join her for offbeat crafts and cooking. Watch the trailer.

February 20

Documentary Now! (IFC)
Documentary Now! may just be the most niche series out there, given that it’s dedicated to parodying documentaries. Its third season features a send-up of Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present starring Cate Blanchett and another of Wild Wild Country with Owen Wilson and Michael Keaton, as well as a number of other spoofs. Watch the trailer.

February 21

Desus & Mero (Showtime)
From hosts of the Bodega Boys podcast to pop culture TV series hosts, comedy duo Desus Nice and The Kid Mero are back for a second season of their tag-teamed, daily news program. Watch the teaser.

**Flack (Pop)
Anna Paquin stars in this dramedy about a publicist working tirelessly to keep her clients lives free of scandals while she, herself, begins to unravel. Watch the trailer.

The Oath (Sony Crackle)
The 50 Cent-produced crime series, which stars Ryan Kwanten and Katrina Law, returns for Season 2. Watch the trailer.

February 22

**The Giant Beast That Is the Global Economy (Amazon Prime)
Kal Penn hosts this reality series and is joined by guests like Rashida Jones and Zach Galifianakis to explain the (often insane) ins and outs of the economy. The series comes from Adam McKay (The Big ShortVice), Will Ferrell, and Adam Davidson of The New YorkerWatch the trailer.

**Workin’ Moms (Netflix)
Catherine Reitman (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) created and stars in this new heartfelt comedy about a group of 30-somethings, each juggling the work/life balance of motherhood, love, and trying to keep sane. Watch the trailer.

February 25

**The Enemy Within (NBC)
This spy thriller finds an FBI agent at his wit’s end on an impossible case, turning to a former CIA operative now imprisoned for going against the American government as his last resort to help track down the criminals he’s searching for. Watch the trailer.

The Voice (NBC)
John Legend joins the judges panel in the latest season of the popular singing competition series.

February 27

**Ministry of Evil: The Twisted Cult of Tony Alamo (Sundance TV)
A new five-part docuseries about born-again Christians Tony and Susan Alamo who became televangelists and cult leaders tracked down by the FBI in the ‘70s. Watch the trailer.

**Whiskey Cavalier (ABC)
This crime series balances a dramatic and comedic tone as it follows the undercover adventures of two CIA operatives, Whiskey Cavalier and Fiery Tribune, who often bump heads and fall in and out of love on their missions together. Watch the trailer.

February 28

Better Things (FX)
The Pamela Adlon led comedy about a single mother juggling the chaos of both parenting and working in Hollywood returns for its third season. Watch the trailer.

March 1

**The Widow (Amazon Prime)
Kate Beckinsale plays Georgia Wells, a woman in search of her presumably dead husband, in this thriller series. While three years ago it was said her husband was killed in a plane crash over the Democratic Republic of Congo, she believes she sees him in the background of a news report, sending her on a frenzy to Congo to find out the truth. Watch the trailer.

March 3

American Idol (ABC)
The once iconic reality competition is being rebooted… again.

**Cosmos: Possible Worlds (Fox)
Neil deGrasse Tyson returns as the host for the third season of this cosmological docuseries. Watch the trailer.

Good Girls (NBC)
In Season 2 of this comedy, Retta, Mae Whitman, and Christina Hendricks’ three best friend/motherly characters must deal with the consequences of their criminal activity. Watch the trailer.

**Leaving Neverland (HBO)
A two-part documentary that premiered to controversy at Sundance is set to air on March 3 and 4 on HBO, chronicling two men’s sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson. Watch the trailer.

March 7

A.P. Bio (NBC)
Glenn Howerton is back as the inappropriate, irritable Harvard professor turned Toledo high school teacher in the second season of this comedy series. Watch the trailer.

**The Order (Netflix)
When a college student named Jack’s mother is murdered, he joins a secret society called The Order with plans to avenge her death and hopefully learn more about whatever hidden history haunts his family. Like similar teen series of the fantasy genre, of course, as Jack becomes enmeshed in a world of dark magic, things take a supernatural turn for the worst. Watch the trailer.

Tin Star (Amazon)
The thriller starring Tim Roth as a Chief of Police in the Canadian Rockies returns for its second season. Watch the trailer.

March 8

**After Life (Netflix)
Created, written, directed, and starring Ricky Gervais, this dark, new comedy series sees the legendary comedian as a man who, after feeling defeated following the sudden death of his wife, decides he may as well live however the hell he wants, believing none of it matters. For a once pleasant, average man, his crude, aggressive attitude is something none of his loved ones could have anticipated. Watch the trailer.

March 10

American Gods (Starz)
Neil Gaiman’s novel adaptation American Gods is returning to Starz for Season 2. Old gods are warring with new gods — but they’re all American gods! — and Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) and Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) are still caught in the middle of the godly beef. Watch the trailer.

**The Case Against Adnan Syed (HBO)
The ongoing murder case popularized by the true crime podcast Serial is being brought to the screen in a four-part miniseries. Watch the trailer.

**Now Apocalypse(Starz)
This drugged-out, sexed-up, coming-of-age, end-of-the-world drama about young adults in a surreal L.A. is produced by Steven Soderbergh, created by veteran indie director Gregg Araki, and co-written with sex columnist Karley Sciortino. Watch the trailer.

March 11

**Manhunt (Acorn TV)
This British miniseries, which aired to critical acclaim in the UK on ITV already, is based on the true case surrounding the death of a French student, and the manhunt against murderer Levi Bellfield that erupted in during the investigation. Watch the trailer.

March 12

**The Village (NBC)
Likely inspired by the success of This Is Us’ interconnected storytelling, The Villagetakes that concept and places it in a Brooklyn apartment building, examining the lives and relationships of its tenants. Watch the trailer.

March 14

The Good Fight (CBS)
Thrillist’s favorite TV show of 2018 featuring Christine Baranski as a fed-up prosecutor in a legal drama returns for its third season. Michael Sheen is set to be added to the cast as a Roger Stone-like character as the series continues to echo the current political climate. Watch the trailer.

March 15

Arrested Development (Netflix)
The Bluths’ personal and professional lives are still in shambles! And yet, Jason Bateman’s beloved Michael Bluth is still working hard to clean up the mess his insane family made as the series returns for the second half of its fifth season. Watch the trailer.

Catastrophe (Amazon)
The fourth and final season should wrap up the international adventures of Rob and Sharon. Watch the trailer.

**Love, Death & Robots (Netflix)
David Fincher (ZodiacSe7en), Tim Miller (Deadpool), and others are behind this animated anthology series about a set of NSFW illustrated short stories that span sci-fi, horror, and romance genres. Watch the trailer.

Queer Eye (Netflix)
In a bold twist for Season 3, the gang heads to Kansas City. Watch the trailer.

**Shrill (Hulu)
Aidy Bryant stars in a new series from Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks about a woman who’s comfortable in her own skin and navigating single adulthood in every way from her demanding career to a slew of shitty boyfriends. Watch the trailer.

**Turn Up Charlie (Netflix)
Idris Elba also DJs. If you didn’t know, now you know. Idris Elba also happens to play a DJ named Charlie in this new comedy about a struggling electronic artist who takes a gig as a manny to pay the bills… and also grow out of his phase as a lifelong bachelor. Watch the trailer.

March 17

Billions (Showtime)
Season 3 ended with a major schism between Taylor Mason (Asia Kate Dillon) and Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis), and a new alliance between Axe, Chuck (Paul Giamatti) and Wendy (Maggie Siff), which sets up a curious new dynamic of the old guard consolidating their billions to keep the new crop from getting any billions for themselves. Watch the trailer.

March 18

**The Fix (ABC)
After escaping her life in LA for the peace and quiet of Oregon, a prosecutor who once lost a high-profile case must go back to face the killer whose haunted her for years once he resurfaces. Watch the trailer.

March 20

**The Act (Hulu)
Hulu enters the prestige true-crime game with this anthology series, the first season of which will adapt Buzzfeed‘s viral Munchausen-syndrome-by-proxy long-read about Dee Dee Blanchard (Patricia Arquette) and her daughter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard (Joey King). Watch the trailer.

March 22

**Delhi Crime (Netflix)
Following its debut at Sundance Film Festival, Netflix picked up the distribution rights about this anthology crime drama set in India. The first season of this based-on-true-crime series is based on a brutal 2012 investigation into the gang rape of a young woman. Watch the trailer.

The OA (Netflix)
Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s very odd sci-fi series about a blind woman named Prairie (Marling) who went missing and comes home years later with the ability to see is set to return for Season 2. Expect more otherworldly mysteries uncovered, a lot more of those movements. Watch the trailer.

March 24

Into the Badlands (AMC)
The martial arts series returns for eight final episodes this March. Watch the trailer.

March 27

Jane the Virgin (The CW)
This heartwarming, hilarious telenovela about a romance novelist who was mistakenly artificially inseminated is about to come to a close in its final season. Among a handful of other melodramatic concerns in her life, now the heroine must reckon with the return of her previously lost love… and finally settle fans’ debate between Rafael and Michael. Watch the teaser.

**What We Do in the Shadows (FX)
Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s charmingly bizarre 2014 mockumentary about a group of vampires living together in New Zealand gets reworked for TV and transferred to America. Watch the trailer.

March 28

**Abby’s (NBC)
Michael Shur’s latest workplace comedy is set in a bar — well, a makeshift bar run out of a woman’s backyard — and the shenanigans that goes on there among bartenders and their patrons. Watch the trailer.

April 1

**The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access)
Excitement for Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone reboot has been swirling since the second it was announced back in 2017, and as more of the details emerge like the great castings and Peele as our new Rod Serling, it only confirms our assumptions that this will easily be one of the most enchanting series of the year. Watch the trailer.

April 2

The Last O.G. (TBS)
This Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish led comedy about an ex-convict assimilating to contemporary life is back for its second season. Watch the trailer.

April 3

Brockmire (IFC)
Season 3 of this sports comedy picks back up three months after Hank Azaria’s self-destructive baseball announcer Jim Brockmire’s stint in rehab. Watch the trailer.

April 4

**In the Dark (The CW)
Ben Stiller has a knack for crime dramas, as following Escape From Dannemora, the star along with Corinne Kingsbury and Michael Showalter are executively producing a new investigative series. In the Dark finds a blind, young woman at a loss after her friend is murdered and she is the only key witness, deemed unhelpful by the police, forcing her to solve the case on her own. Watch the trailer.

**Unspeakable (Sundance TV)
This drama follows the tragic medical emergency that broke out in Canada in the ’80s when thousands of people were accidentally infected with blood carrying HIV and Hepatitis C. Watch the trailer.

April 5

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)
The dark, witchy drama is already back for its second season, just a little over six months after its initial premiere, finding the titular witch (Kiernan Shipka) uncovering the truth behind her family’s mysterious, supernatural past. Watch the trailer.

**Our Planet (Netflix)
It’s Netflix’s own version of Planet Earth! And it’s narrated by Sir David Attenborough! Watch the trailer.

The Tick (Amazon Prime)
This comedic superhero series about an average man who puts on a super-suit in order to save his city from the villain reigning over their town returns for Season 2. Watch the trailer.

**Warriors (Cinemax)
Adapted from martial arts master Bruce Lee’s writings, this new crime drama is set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1800s, following a young, emerging martial artist’s experience during the historic Tong Wars. Watch the trailer.

April 7

**A Discovery of Witches (BBC America/AMC)
The hit British TV adaptation of Deborah Harkness’ steamy supernatural All Souls trilogy made its way to American screens this January via Sundance Now and Shudder, and now its eight episodes get a marquee simulcast airing on AMC and BBC America. The show tracks an initially reluctant but eventually passionate alliance between a witch (Teresa Palmer) and a vampire (Matthew Goode) as they race to unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. Watch the trailer.

The Chi (Showtime)
The drama from Lena Waithe (Master of None) about four strangers whose lives become interconnected in the South Side of Chicago returns for its second season this spring — finding the four main characters, Brandon, Emmett, Kevin, and Ronnie dealing with familial traumas and the effects of incarceration. Watch the trailer.

Killing Eve (BBC America)
The riveting Sandra Oh spy drama following her character Eve, an MI5 security officer, and Jodie Comer’s assassin Villanelle’s equal obsession with one another is back for Season 2. Watch the teaser.

Unforgotten (PBS)
Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar return to solve a third cold case. Watch the trailer.

April 9

The Bold Type (FreeForm)
A continuation of the peaks and valleys in the lives and careers of three young women who work together for a major magazine. This season, navigating the very head-scratch-worthy question of why their new boss is a man running a women’s publication. Watch the trailer.

**The Code (CBS)
A new legal drama focusing on the highest rankings of law-and-order within the military. Watch the trailer.

**Fosse/Verdon (FX)
Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams star in this show about director-choreographer Fosse and dancer Verdon. Watch the trailer.

April 10

**You vs. Wild (Netflix)
Netflix dips into interactive television again, now with renowned outdoorsman Bear Grylls where you’ll make decisions on how he should best survive ins one of the world’s most dangerous environments. Watch the teaser.

April 11

**Black Summer (Netflix)
When a zombie apocalypse wipes out most of the planet, a woman will stop at nothing to be reunited with her daughter. The series acts as a prequel to the popular series Z NationWatch the trailer.

April 12

**Special (Netflix)
Based on Ryan O’Connell’s book I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves comes a semi-autobiographical telling of his experience as a gay man with cerebral palsy and his experience living on his own and dating. Watch the trailer.

April 14

Game of Thrones (HBO)
This scrappy little show will take its small but devoted following along for six more episodes before it disappears into the dustbin of cult television history. Kidding, obviously, people are going to be freaking out and speculating aplenty for a month and a half as they eagerly await the result of the battle for the Iron Throne. Watch the trailer.

**Les Misérables (PBS)
PBS’s Masterpiece is taking Victor Hugo’s classic from the clutches of musical theater and returning it to its realistic roots, with an all-star cast to boot. Jean Valjean (Dominic West), Fantine (Lily Collins) and Javert (David Oyelowo) won’t be doing any singing over this six-episode miniseries currently airing on the BBC in the U.K., and that’s an exciting change. Watch the trailer.

April 16

**Bless This Mess (ABC)
Dax Shepard and Lake Bell play newly weds who relocate to a small Nebraska town, and the move doesn’t go quite as expected. Watch the trailer.

April 19

Bosch (Amazon Prime)
The Titus Welliver-led LAPD mystery is back as Bosch continues to reel with bringing his mother’s murderer to trial, and the possibility of convicting the wrong man. Watch the trailer.

**The New Negroes With Bon Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle (Comedy Central)
A new, weekly stand-up comedy showcase hosted by comedian Bon Vaughn and comedian-rapper Open Mike Eagle. Watch the trailer.

**Ramy (Hulu)
From arthouse distributor A24 comes one of its first TV ventures, Ramy, a drama created and produced by Ramy Youssef, who also stars in the series as a millennial, first generation Egyptian-American navigating his Muslim faith in his New Jersey neighborhood. Watch the trailer.

April 22

**Gentleman Jack (HBO)
This new eight-episode period piece from BBC and HBO looks at the true story of Anne Lister, a woman who marries a wealthy woman in order to keep her family home. Watch the trailer.

April 24

**Bonding (Netflix)
Two former high school best friends reunite in NYC years later, and with one of them moonlighting as a dominatrix, she enlists her friend to be her new assistant. 

Cobra Kai (YouTube)
The second season of this contemporary follow-up of The Karate Kid is back for Season 2. Watch the trailer.

April 26

**Chambers (Netflix)
When a young woman undergoes a heart transplant surgery, she begins to develop intriguing personality traits, causing her to become obsessed with the donor who saved her and uncovers their frightening history in this medical horror series. 

April 27

The Son (AMC)
The Pierce Brosnan-led western is back for its second season, which will also be its last. 

April 28

Deep State (Epix)
The thriller about a man with one last mission to complete before he retires from MI6 is back. 

**The Red Line (CBS)
A drama looking at the repercussions on all sides of a tragedy in which a white police officer shoots a black man to death in Chicago. Watch the trailer.

May 2

iZombie (The CW)
After years of zombie Olivia Moore using her undead skills to help the police solve murders, this comedic horror series is coming to an end with its fifth and final season. Watch the trailer.

May 3

**Dead to Me (Netflix)
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini star in this dark comedy produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, about a grieving widow and her newfound friendship with a free-spirited women. Watch the trailer.

**Tuca & Bertie (Netflix)
From Lisa Hanawalt of BoJack Horseman comes a new comedic animated series about two “bird women” voiced by Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong, playing Tuca the toucan and Bertie the songbird respectively. Watch the teaser.

May 5

**The Spanish Princess (Starz)
A miniseries adaptation of the Philippa Gregory novels The Constant Princess and The King’s CurseWatch the trailer.

May 6

**Chernobyl (HBO)
A five-part miniseries dramatization of the 1986 nuclear explosion in the Soviet Union. Watch the trailer.

**State of the Union (Sundance Now)
An unconventional new series from director Stephen Frears and writer Nick Hornby featuring only 10 10-minute episodes, each about a married couple played by Chris O’Dowd and Rosamund Pike on their way to a session of couples therapy. Watch the trailer.

May 8

Lucifer (Netflix)
Originally airing on FOX, this dark comedy about an agent of LA adjusting to life on Earth will debut on Netflix for its fourth season. Watch the teaser.

May 9

**Klepper (Comedy Central)
Former Daily Show correspondent Jordan Klepper now has his own current-events series comprised entirely of field reporting on hot political topics in the U.S. Watch the trailer.

May 10

Easy (Netflix)
The anthology series about modern love in Chicago will wrap up with its third season this May. Watch the trailer.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
The elite Marvel crime-fighting squad’s got more crime to fight! Watch the teaser.

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 3 (Netflix)
A continuation of comedian Hasan Minhaj’s docuseries on global events. 

Sneaky Pete (Amazon Prime)
This Bryan Cranston/David Shore-created series finds the leading conman continuing to assume the identity of his former cellmate, Pete, and facing the repercussions of doing so in its third season. Watch the teaser.

**The Society (Netflix)
A dystopian teen drama about a group of teenagers who mysteriously are stuck in a parent-less, alternate-universe version of their New England town, and who must create their own society from scratch. Watch the trailer.

**Wine Country (Netflix)
Amy Poehler is making her directorial debut with this upcoming Netflix movie that also features her incredibly funny Saturday Night Live pals, including Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer, and Rachel Dratch. It’s based on a real-life vacation they took, and watching it with a bottle of Pinot seems like an ideal way to spend an evening. Watch the trailer.

**Wu-Tang: Of Mics and Men (Showtime)
From filmmaker Sacha Jenkins comes a four-party docuseries on hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan, chronicling their adolescent friendships in New York in the ’70s and ’80s to their breakout success and legacy. The doc is set to feature interviews with all living members of the group, as well as never-before-seen archival footage. Watch the trailer.

May 13

The Bachelorette (ABC)
This messy reality series is still on! Will people be there for the right reasons or for Instagram followers? Stay tuned! Watch the trailer.

LA’s Finest (Spectrum)
Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union star in this DEA series, spun off from the Bad Boysfranchise. Watch the trailer.

Line of Duty (Acorn TV)
Fans of Netflix’s Manhunt should binge the first four seasons of this addictive crime thriller before Season 5 drops this spring, as both shows were created by Jed Mercurio and Keeley Hawes turns up in both. Watch the trailer.

May 14

**What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali (HBO)
A two-part documentary aired over two nights about the legendary boxer. Watch the trailer.

May 17

**Catch-22 (Hulu)
A big-budget adaptation of the Joseph Heller novel exec-produced and co-starring George Clooney — along with Kyle Chandler, Hugh Laurie, and many more — is headed to Hulu. Watch the trailer.

Fleabag (Amazon)
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s acclaimed comedy is finally back following its 2016 debut. Watch the trailer.

May 21

**Blood & Treasure (CBS)
A new crime drama about a team of antiquities experts who join forces with a skilled art thief in hopes of catching a terrorist who earns funds for his attacks by illegally selling artifacts.

May 23

Elementary (ABC)
The seventh season of the modern NYC-based take on Sherlock Holmes

**The Name of the Rose (Sundance TV)
An adaptation of the popular Umberto Eco novel of the same name, about a friar investigating a string of mysterious murders in a 14th century Italian monastery. 

Vida (Starz)
The series about two estranged sisters in L.A. returns for Season 2.

May 24

She’s Gotta Have It (Netflix)
After a long hiatus, Netflix drops a new installment of its adaptation of the 1986 feature-film debut of Oscar-winner Spike Lee. Watch the trailer.

**What/If (Netflix)
This series hinges on a central question: Can one bad decision change your entire life? Who knows (but yes, probably). The first season stars Renee Zellweger and focuses on a woman’s shady easy-money pitch to a pair of a newlyweds in San Francisco. Watch the trailer.

May 27

**The Hot Zone (Nat Geo)
A six-part dramatization of the popular Richard Preston book of the same name and historical event as scientists worked to stop the spread of the first Ebola outbreak. Julianna Margulies, Topher Grace, Noah Emmerich, and others star in the series. Watch the trailer.

May 28

**Songland (NBC)
A new reality series where emerging songwriters get the opportunity to write music and collaborate with key industry producers like Ryan Tedder and others. Watch the teaser.

May 29

Archer: 1999 (FXX)
The adult animated series is yet again reinventing itself, this time as a sci-fi comedy set in outer-space. Watch the trailer.

**The Inbetween (NBC)
Much like Medium, this supernatural drama follows a woman with the ability to communicate with the dead. She attempts to help a friend and detective solve some of the most challenging cold cases in their town. Watch the trailer.

May 30

Lip Sync Battle (Paramount)
More elaborate lip syncing performances from your favorite celebrities are on the way. Watch the trailer.

May 31

Deadwood: The Movie (HBO)
It only took 13 years, but fans will finally get a long awaited follow-up about the Wild West travails of Al Swearengen and his curse-worthy friends. Watch the trailer.

**Good Omens (Amazon)
Neil Gaiman alert! The co-author of the 1990 novel of the same name will serve as showrunner for this six-episode series about angels, demons and the end of the world. It’s set in 2018, which sounds about right. Watch the trailer.

**Swamp Thing (DC Universe)
Based on popular DC comic book characters, Swamp Thing is about a young woman who returns to her hometown in Louisiana to look into the cause of what seems to be a deadly virus infecting the swamps… until she learns something a bit more supernatural may be lurking in the water. Watch the teaser.

**When They See Us (Netflix)
Ava DuVernay is behind this four-episode adaptation about the Central Park Five, black teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted and later exonerated on charges that they brutally raped a woman in New York City in the late-1980s. Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga, and John Leguizamo highlight an all-star cast. Watch the trailer.

June 2

**American Princess (Lifetime)
When a Manhattan socialite’s wedding plans are derailed, she decides to leave her life of luxury behind and runs off to join a Renaissance fair. Watch the trailer.

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC)
The spin-off of The Walking Dead, which is also still airing (somehow), is now onto its fifth season. Watch the trailer.

Luther (BBC America)
A full-length film of the popular Idris Elba-starring detective drama follows DCI John Luther’s investigation into a string of murders in London. 

**NOS4A2 (AMC)
OK, bear with the title on this one, because it’s pronounced “Nosferatu,” as in the blood-sucking vampire and lord of the night. Based on Joe Hill’s 2013 novel, the series tracks a young artist (Ashleigh Cummings) as she tries to prevent a vampire (Zachary Quinto) from abducting and sucking the life out of children. Watch the trailer.

**Perpetual Grace, LTD (Epix)
A drama starring Ben Kingsley as a pastor who is preyed upon by a mischievous young man who doesn’t realize the pastor has a dark side of his own. Watch the trailer.

**The Weekly (FX)
A TV series from The New York Times covering the major stories of the week. 

June 5

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
Hulu’s lauded adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel is set to return for a third season, which might see the women of Gilead start a revolution. Watch the trailer.

Black Mirror (Netflix)
Even though “Bandersnatch” came out, a fifth season is still on tap. The highly anticipated installment features three new episodes starring Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie, Topher Grace, and Andrew Scott. Watch the trailer.

June 6

Queen of the South (USA)
The drama following Teresa Mendoza, a woman seeking revenge on the cartel while attempting to become a leading drug smuggler, returns for an equally thrilling Season 4. Watch the trailer.

June 7

3% (Netflix)
The dystopian series about a society weeding through candidates best suited to live in the remaining functioning part of the world now finds survivors creating a sanctuary of their own, that unfortunately also requires them to  come up with an exclusive selection process. Watch the trailer.

**Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City (Netflix)
A 10-episode reboot of the Laura Linney-starring series about a woman named Mary Ann Singleton and her interesting friendships upon moving to San Francisco in the ’70s. While revisiting Linney’s character, the series will also focus on her daughter, played by Ellen Page, in contemporary times. Watch the trailer.

**The Chef Show (Netflix)
Director Jon Favreau teams back up with LA chef Roy Choi after their collaboration on the film Chef to create a reality series in which they explore different aspects of food and culture by meeting famous names in the food industry, as well as people in entertainment, to look at how meals bring people together. Watch the trailer.

Designated Survivor (Netflix)
This ABC-originated series starring Kiefer Sutherland as a low-level government official appointed as President following a sudden emergency picks up for Season 3 at its new home on Netflix. Watch the trailer.

June 9

Big Little Lies (HBO)
As if anything could top Season 1, the highly anticipated second season also touts Meryl Streep. Watch the trailer.

Claws (TNT)
Drama continues for the criminally-inclined manicurists of this dark comedy in Season 3. Watch the teaser.

June 10

**Straight Forward (Acorn TV) 
When someone close to a con woman is murdered, she seeks revenge until plans go awry and she must escape to New Zealand. 

June 11

**Jasper & Errol’s First Time (Viceland)
Two friends from LA set out to try a series of wild actives they’ve never attempted before, from cuddling with strangers and exploring fear-inducing heights, in this reality series. Watch the trailer.
Pose (FX)
For Season 2 of Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking drama about NYC’s 20th century drag ball culture, the series continues to explore voguing and the effects of the impending AIDS crisis. Watch the trailer.

June 12

Younger (TV Land)
The popular Sutton Foster-starring series about a 40-something woman passing herself off as a 20-something to get into publishing returns for its sixth season. Watch the trailer.

Krypton (SyFy)
A continuation of the sort-of-origin-story of Superman, focusing on his grandfather and home planet. Watch the trailer.

Queen Sugar (OWN)
The estranged Bordelon sisters are still working hard to uphold their father’s legacy and his Louisiana sugarcane farm while fighting their own battles in Season 4 of this drama, hailed by an all women-led directing team and executive produced by Ava DuVernay. Watch the trailer.

June 13

Baskets (FX)
Expect more clowning around in Season 4 of the Zach Galifianakis comedy about a failed classic French clowned turned rodeo jokester. Watch the trailer.

Strange Angel (CBS All Access)
Season 2 of this historically-based drama further explores the relationship between real-life rocket scientist Jack Parsons and occultist Aleister Crowley, and the pull his teachings had on others. Watch the teaser.

June 14

Absentia (Amazon Prime)
In the second season of this Prime thriller, former FBI agent Emily Byrne (Stana Katic) still has mysteries to solve after returning from being declared dead in absentia. Watch the trailer.

**Jett (Cinemax) 
Carla Gugino leads this new series about a world-class thief known as Jett, who was recently released from prison but is lured back to her old ways by a group of dangerous criminals. Watch the trailer.

Jessica Jones (Netflix)
The third and final season of the Krysten Ritter-starring superhero drama. Watch the teaser.

**Los Espookys (HBO)
A new bilingual comedy series set in Mexico City following a friend group with a unique fascination with horror movies and monsters, starring Julio Torres, Ana Fabrega, and Fred Armisen. Watch the trailer.

**Too Old To Die Young (Amazon Prime) 
This Amazon Original from Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive) tells the story of a “grieving police officer who, along with the man who shot his partner, finds himself in an underworld filled with working-class hit men, Yakuza soldiers, cartel assassins sent from Mexico, Russian mafia captains and gangs of teen killers.” Watch the trailer.

**Trinkets (Netflix)
A sort of Breakfast Club-like union drawn from the YA novel by Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith, Trinkets is about the unlikely friendship between three teenage girls from different backgrounds who connect with one another in Shoplifter’s Anonymous. Watch the trailer.

June 15

**All That (Nickelodeon) 
The ’90s tween sketch comedy series you grew up loving is back with a new Gen Z cast and Kenan Thompson, who got his start on the original, as executive producer. 

June 16

**City on a Hill (Showtime)
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are going back to Boston with this fictionalized account of the “Boston Miracle,” a turning point in the city’s efforts to push back against institutionalized corruption. Kevin Bacon appears as a no-good, old-school FBI agent paired up with Aldis Hodge’s straight-and-narrow assistant district attorney to work a case that shakes the city’s entire criminal justice system. Watch the trailer.

**Euphoria (HBO)
This new series produced in collaboration between HBO and popular indie distributor A24 stars names like Zendaya, Maude Apatow, Sydney Sweeney, and others as high schoolers navigating drug use, sex, and identity. Watch the teaser.

Instinct (CBS)
The hunt for a serial killer is on in Season 2 of this Alan Cumming-led series inspired by a James Paterson novel. 

June 17

**Das Boot (Hulu)
This adaptation of the Lothar-Günther Buchheim book of the same name, as well as his sequel Die Festung, aired in Germany last year, and is now arriving on Hulu. The war drama follows a young woman conflicted whether she should support her home of Germany or join the French resistance during WWII. Watch the trailer.

**Grand Hotel (ABC)
Based on a popular Spanish series, Eva Longoria executive produces a shock-heavy, soapy drama about what scandals go on at a family-owned hotel in Miami Beach. Watch the trailer.

June 18

**Alternatino with Arturo Castro (Comedy Central)
Arturo Castro, who previously appeared on Broad City, is getting his own sketch-comedy show about the experience of living as a Latinx millennial in the US. Watch the trailer.

The Detour (TBS)
The dysfunctional family comedy from Jason Jones still sees the Parker family on the run in its fourth season. Watch the trailer.

Drunk History (Comedy Central)
More hilarious historical reenactments are coming from Derek Waters and his comedic cast in this sketch series. Watch the trailer.

June 19

Yellowstone (Paramount)
The Kevin Costner-led western about a ranching family in Montana is back for Season 2. Watch the trailer.

June 20

**Reef Break (ABC)
A summer-soaked crime drama (with a very ridiculous title) starring Poppy Montgomery as a fixer for a governor embedded in scandals on a Pacific Island.

Riviera (Sundance Now)
Julia Stiles’ wealthy widow Georgina Clios still has a lot of criminal activity to run from in this decadent money-laundering drama. 

Rosehaven (Sundance Now) 
The heartwarming comedy starring Luke McGregor as a man who returns to his small Tasmanian town to help his mother launch a real estate business is back for Season 3. Watch the trailer.

June 21

**Ad Vitam (Netflix)
The French sci-fi series about the investigation of a mass suicide of a group of teenagers in the future when immortality is achieved is coming to America for the first time on Netflix. 

The Confession Tapes (Netflix)
Season 2 of this documentary series continues to look into why people confess to crimes they didn’t commit, focusing on four new cases. 

Dark (Netflix)
The insane German-language time-traveling/missing kid/end times sci-fi series is back — so now’s a good time to start galaxy brain theorizing again. Watch the trailer.

**Mr. Iglesias (Netflix)
A new sitcom seeing stand-up comic Gabriel Iglesias playing a high school teacher. Watch the trailer.

June 24

Final Space (Adult Swim)
This adult animated series created/voiced by Olan Rogers is moving from TBS to Adult Swim for Season 2 where it’ll continue to follow the existential adventure of an astronaut searching for the end of the universe. Watch the trailer.

**The Hills: New Beginnings (MTV)
It was inevitable that The Hills would return, given today’s early 2000s nostalgia — and it’s officially back, baby, with drama-starting fan favorites like Audrina Patridge and Brody Jenner! Watch the teaser.

Legion (FX)
This Marvel Comics-drawn fantastical series starring Dan Stevens and Aubrey Plaza is back for one last, third season. Watch the trailer.

**Years and Years (HBO)
Emma Thompson leads the cast of this new comedy about a family in Manchester, chronicling their lives in the now with the arrival of a new baby before jumping into the future to examine where they and society end up in several years. Watch the trailer

June 30

**The Loudest Voice (Showtime)
Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, and more star in this dramatic examination of the career of Roger Ailes, the ousted Chairman and CEO of Fox News, based on the book The Loudest Voice in the Room by Gabriel Sherman. Watch the trailer.

**The Rook (Starz)
A new fantasy series following the head of Britain’s supernatural secret service (Emma Greenwell) as she works to uncover her memory following a graphic incident and is hunted down by otherworldly enemies. Watch the trailer.

**What Just Happened??! (FOX)
A multilayered comedy talk show that makes fun of other series’ after-shows by making their own fake talk show, hosted by Fred Savage, about a non-existent sci-fi series. 

July 1

Divorce (HBO)
Now onto Season 3, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Frances and Thomas Haden Church’s Robert are still going through their divorce. Watch the teaser.

July 4

Stranger Things (Netflix)
Darkness is still looming in Hawkins, Indiana — even in the summer of 1985, where fans will revisit the Hawkins A/V Club, Eleven, and their Upside Down fighting friends for the highly anticipated return of Stranger Things 3Watch the trailer.

July 9

**Love Island (CBS)
This reality series was wildly popular when it first aired in the UK last year, so now a new batch of potential matches who are forced to pair up with one another in a matter of days is coming to the US for its latest season on CBS. 

July 10

**Florida Girls (Pop)
The Sunshine State is ripe with fascinating and often shameless stories, so a new series is taking that into account to focus on a group of girlfriends who must reexamine their directionless lives in a small Florida town when one of their friend moves away to follow her dreams. Watch the trailer.

Harlots (Hulu)
Season 3 of the Hulu period piece set in a brothel arrives this July. Watch the teaser.

Snowfall (FX)
The drama about the ways in which the rise of crack cocaine in LA in the ’80s affected the lives of individuals from different communities is back for its third season. Watch the trailer.

July 12

**Shangri-La (Showtime)
A four-part documentary inside look into Def Jam co-founder Rick Rubin’s legendary recording studio. Watch the trailer.

July 14

Sweetbitter (Starz)
The series based on Stephanie Danler’s popular 2016 novel is back for a second season, now finding the main character Tess committing to the salacious game of fighting for success in her cutthroat restaurant job. Watch the trailer.

July 17

**Pearson (USA)
Gina Torres stars as the titular role, attorney Jessica Pearson, in this Chicago law drama that’s a spinoff from the concluding series Suits

Suits (USA)
The long-running legal drama now comes to an end in its ninth season. 

July 19

Veronica Mars (Hulu)
Veronica Mars tried to re-capture the magic that made it a canceled-too-soon cult sensation in the ’00s when creator Rob Thomas and star Kristen Bell pumped out a Kickstarter-funded movie in 2014. The film was mildly received, but now creator Thomas is getting a real chance to resuscitate his no-longer-a-teen detective. Watch the teaser.

July 24

**South Side (Comedy Central)
Bashir Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle write and star in a new scripted comedy for Comedy Central about two recent community college grads stuck working for rental company Rent-T-Own where they meet an eccentric cast of characters passing through Chicago’s South Side. Watch the trailer.

July 25

**Another Life (Netflix)
Netflix boldly goes into space with this thriller series starring Battlestar Galactica‘s Katee Sackhoff.

July 26

**The Boys (Amazon Prime)
Adapted from a comic book of the same name, this series (helmed by Seth Rogen, among others) finds a group of vigilantes on the hunt for superheroes who abuse their power.

Light as a Feather (Hulu)
The teen horror series about a game of “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” gone wrong finds more supernatural ramifications they need to come to terms with in its second installment.

Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
The popular, long-running dramedy about the lives of inmates at a women’s prison is officially coming to an end with its seventh season, which finds Piper Chapman attempting to assimilate back into life on the outside. Watch the teaser.

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