**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.
The assassin-turned-actor returns for another season of killing it on and off stage. Watch the teaser.
Black Mirror (Netflix)
Even though "Bandersnatch" came out, a fifth season is still on tap.
**Central Park Five (Netflix)
Ava DuVernay's mini-series dramatization of the frenzied story of the Central Park Five, five teens from Harlem who were wrongly convicted -- twice -- for the rape of a jogger in Central Park, and spent years in prison for it.
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.
**Deadwood movie (HBO)
It only took 13 years, but fans will finally get a long awaited follow-up about the travails of Al Swearingen and friends.
**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 a wide divide between new money and old in a breezy, bingeable way.
**The L Word Sequel (Showtime)
15 years after the original premiere of Showtime’s LGBTQ drama The L Word, a spin-off 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.
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 teaser.
**Too Old to Die Young (Amazon)
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." Miles Teller and Billy Baldwin star -- boy, oh, boy!
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.
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 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. Bell has said that the new episodes will be "a much darker world," but we can only assume there will still be loving banter between Veronica and her dad (Enrico Colantoni), and the requisite sparks with Logan (Jason Dohring).
Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers) is bringing Alan Moore’s sci-fi comic book Watchmen to the small screen, but rather than adapting the 12 issues verbatim, it’s said to be a “remix” of the original content.
**Wine Country (Netflix)
Amy Poehler is making her directorial debut with this upcoming Netflix movie that also features all of 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 all took, and watching it with a bottle of Pinot seems like an ideal way to spend an evening.
Stay tuned for more updates as more premiere dates are announced.