**The Morning Show (Apple)
One of Apple's first series in their new roster of upcoming original programming stars Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and others as a crew of anchors working at a morning talk show. Watch the trailer.
**Oprah's Book Club (Apple TV+)
Oprah's coming back to TV for a bi-monthly series featuring interviews with authors.
**Queer Eye: We're in Japan! (Netflix)
In this four-part special of Queer Eye, the Fab Five are going on a trip to Japan to both learn about the culture and work with a new group of people to improve the well-being of their lives.
**See (Apple TV+)
This sci-fi series from Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders) and Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games series) imagines a dystopian future where humans have lost the ability to see -- until a set of twins are born with their sight intact and everything changes. Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard star. Watch the trailer.
**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. Watch the trailer.
**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.
Running Wild With Bear Grylls (Nat Geo)
Bear Grylls is back for more outdoors adventures, but this time he’s moving his series from NBC to Nat Geo for the fifth installment.
**Dublin Murders (Starz)
An adaptation of the popular Dublin Murder Squad series by author Tana French, which follows the investigation of two detectives into a case of a missing girl outside of Dublin. Watch the trailer.
Shameless is somehow onto its 10th season. While Emmy Rossum may have called it quits, the William H. Macy-hailed dramedy about a family in Chicago's South Side is still going. Watch the trailer.
Kristen Bell hosts this reality series that reunites now-grown-up high school drama crews to revive the shows they performed in school. Watch the trailer.
**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. Watch the trailer.