Aidy Bryant stars in a new series from Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks about a woman whose comfortable in her own skin and navigating single adulthood in every way from her demanding career to a slew of shitty boyfriends.
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.
**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).
**Mrs. Wilson (PBS)
This Masterpiece series executive produced by Ruth Wilson and starring the actress is about her own grandmother’s true story as a series of secrets unravel following the death of her husband.
An adaption of the 2011 Joe Wright movie about a girl raised in the wilderness by her father to be an assassin. Watch the trailer.
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.
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.
**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.
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 teaser.
**Grand Hotel (ABC)
Based on a popular Spanish series, Eva Longoria executive produces a shock factor, soap-like drama about what scandals go on at a family-owned hotel in Miami Beach.
Stranger Things (Netflix)
Darkness is still looming in Hawkins, Indiana -- even in the summer of 1985 where we are set to revisit the Hawkins AV Club, Eleven, and their Upside Down fighting friends for the highly anticipated return of Stranger Things 3.
The assassin-turned-actor returns for another season of killing it on and off stage.
Big Little Lies (HBO)
As if anything could top Season 1, this new batch of episodes touts Meryl Streep.
Black Mirror (Netflix)
Even though Bandersnatch came out, a fifth season is still on tap.
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.
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.
Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams star in this show about director-choreographer Fosse and dancer Verdon. Watch the teaser.
Leaving Neverland (HBO)
A two part documentary is set to air on HBO sometime this spring about two men's sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson.
Selina Meyer is back for one final season.
Stay tuned for more updates as more premiere dates are announced.