Every New and Returning 2022 TV Premiere to Know About

These are the new and returning series premiering soon that we're looking forward to.

ewan mcgregor in obi wan kenobi
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' | Disney+/LucasFilm
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' | Disney+/LucasFilm

Throughout 2022, an onslaught of shows new and returning are coming your way via streaming and network TV. The lineup features returning favorites (Barry, Stranger Things) as well as some exciting new offerings. Oh, and did you want some dragons? Well, down the road HBO's Game of Thrones spinoff will debut, as well as Amazon's long-awaited Lord of the Rings show. It's going to be a big year, and we're helping you keep track of what's worth getting excited for. 

ALSO READ: Our guide to every Netflix original TV show and movie coming in 2022 and the best TV shows of the year so far

claire foy in a very british scandal
'A Very British Scandal' Season 2 | Amazon Studios

A Very British Scandal (Season 2) 

Amazon Prime, April 22
Now taking on an anthology format, this BBC-originated historical drama returns with a three-parter about one of the most tabloid-obsessed divorces in British history. Claire Foy plays Margaret Cambell, duchess of Argyll, who became the subject of scandal when it came out that her marriage to Ian Campbell, duke of Argyll (played by Paul Bettany), was ending due to her affairs. 
(Watch the trailer)

They Call Me Magic

Apple TV+, April 22
Basketball TV is having a moment, and this four-part docuseries digging into the legendary Earvin "Magic" Johnson's life and career is in on it. For the fictional take on his breakout in the NBA in the '80s as a part of the Lakers Dynasty under Jerry Buss, refer to Showtime's Winning Time.
(Watch the trailer)

The Baby

HBO, April 24
When 38-year-old Natasha (Michelle de Swarte) is suddenly saddled with a baby, her entire life is transformed—and perhaps not in a good way. What this baby wants is Natasha, and it begins to turn her life into a horror show with twists and turns all over the place. And that's not even to mention the supremely creepy Mrs. Eaves (Amira Ghazalla), who's lived in her car for the last 50 years.
(Watch the teaser)

bill hader in barry season 3
'Barry' Season 3 | HBO

HBO, April 24
Barry Season 2 ended way back in 2019, and the long wait for more of Bill Hader's assassin-slash-actor is almost over. The pandemic put a pause in production, but Season 3 is finally coming this April, picking up where the Season 2 finale left off, with Henry Winkler's acting coach Gene Costeau finally realizing the truth about Barry as he's being arrested for the murder of his girlfriend.
(Watch the trailer)

Billy the Kid

Epix, April 24
Giddy up. A show about the famed outlaw Billy the Kid is coming to Epix from The Tudors and Vikings creator Michael Hirst.
(Watch the trailer)


Starz, April 24
Why Julia Roberts is doing a Starz show is a mystery we’ll have to solve another day. For now, we’re just excited to see her in what sounds like a juicy role, playing Martha Mitchell, the outspoken wife of a Richard Nixon staffer who became an early Watergate whistleblower. Roberts, who made the transition to episodic TV with 2018’s excellent Homecoming, is joined by a stacked supporting ensemble that includes Sean Penn, Betty Gilpin, Dan Stevens, Chris Messina, Allison Tolman, and Patton Oswalt.
(Watch the trailer)

chiwetel ejiofor in the man who fell to earth
'The Man Who Fell to Earth' | Showtime

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Showtime, April 24
Based on the novel by Walter Tevis (which was first adapted in 1976 as a movie starring David Bowie), the story follows an extraterrestrial who lands on Earth searching for a way to save his planet from a severe drought. Chiwetel Ejiofor plays the alien, and Naomie Harris, Jimmi Simpson, Rob Delaney, and Bill Nighy also star.
(Watch the trailer)

Three Busy Debras (Season 2)

Adult Swim and HBO Max, April 24
If absurdist housewife parody is up your alley, then you will want to check out Three Busy Debras, about three psychotic housewives who get into wild scenarios in their hometown of Lemoncurd. Originally on Adult Swim, Season 2 moves to HBO Max. The women behind it (Mitra Jouhari, Sandy Honig, Alyssa Stonoha) promise more hijinks from our favorite Debras, including, but not limited to, a milk shortage.
(Watch the teaser)

Gentleman Jack (Season 2)

HBO, April 25
Famous lesbian industrialist of the Victorian era Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) returns in HBO’s groundbreaking drama that pulls back the curtain on the gender politics of a bygone era. Anne is now married to the love of her life (Sophie Rundle) and navigating their relationship under the prying eyes of the public.
(Watch the teaser)

We Own This City

HBO, April 25
The Wire's David Simon is heading back to Baltimore with a new limited series based on true events. Jon Bernthal plays a corrupt cop who steals drug money from a raid in this story of police abuse and overreach that also stars Loki's Wunmi Mosaku in a role that will likely propel her to even greater heights.
(Watch the trailer)

Made for Love (Season 2)

HBO Max, April 28
HBO Max's adaptation of Alissa Nutting's novel about a woman (Cristin Milioti) married to a tech giant (Billy Magnussen) with a monitoring device implanted in her brain is coming back. The first installment of the dark comedy ended with Milioti's character nearing a divorce but moving her father (Ray Romano) into her husband's inescapable Hub. Get excited to see the couple try to beat each other at their own games, and for possibly a lot of weird stuff involving dolphins.
(Watch the trailer)

The Offer

Paramount+, April 28
Michael Tolkin (The Player) came to Paramount+ and said, "I'm going to make you an offer you can't refuse." Not actually, but he did create this show about the making of The Godfather for the streamer. The 10-episode limited series explores producer Al Ruddy's experience making the Francis Ford Coppola classic, with Miles Teller taking on Ruddy and Dan Fogler as the filmmaker. (But prepare yourself: This won't be the first adaptation of this story coming soon. As Hollywood loves making shows and movies about Hollywood, there's also a Barry Levinson-directed movie in the works starring Oscar Isaac and Jake Gyllenhaal.)
(Watch the teaser)

andrew garfield in under the banner of heaven
'Under the Banner of Heaven' | FX

Under the Banner of Heaven

Hulu, April 28
Andrew Garfield, hot off his Oscar nomination for tick, tick…Boom!, stars in this adaptation of Jon Krakauer's book about a horrifying double murder in a Mormon community. He's joined by Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sam Worthington, and Wyatt Russell.
(Watch the trailer)

Grace and Frankie (Season 7)

Netflix, April 29
If you've stuck around and watched all 94 episodes of Grace and Frankie to date (yes, 94), you're going to want to get out the tissue box. Netflix's long-running comedy starring Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda is wrapping up with one last slate of episodes.
(Watch the trailer)

Ozark (Season 4, Part 2)

Netflix, April 29
From the start of Netflix's moody crime drama, it was always clear that the Bryde family was never going to get out of their money laundering scheme easily. There's just seven more episodes left in the series to follow up the first slate of the final season, which dropped in January 2022, and they should be a doozy. Expect Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney) to have to face off with not just cartel lord Javi Navarro (Alfonso Herrera), but a now very angry, grief-stricken Ruth (Julia Garner).
(Watch the teaser)

Undone (Season 2)

Amazon Prime, April 29
It’s been two years since this time-traveling, dimension-hopping, rotoscope mystery from BoJack Horseman alums Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy dropped its first incredible season. Finally, Undone will return in the spring for its second season with Alma (Rosa Salazar) and her sister Becca (Angelique Cabral) joining forces to figure out the secret behind their dad’s (Bob Odenkirk) suspicious death and groundbreaking research.
(Watch a clip)

elisabeth moss in shining girls
'Shining Girls' | Apple TV+

Shining Girls

Apple TV+, April 29
When Elisabeth Moss stars in a TV drama, you just have to watch it. That's how it goes. In this adaptation of Lauren Beukes' popular novel, she plays a newspaper archivist named Kirby who notices parallels between an attack she survived years ago and a recent murder, leading her and a coworker (Wagner Moura) to investigate the killer's identity.
(Watch the teaser)

I Love That for You

Showtime, May 1
Saturday Night Live alum Vanessa Bayer gets her long-deserved vehicle with this comedy about a survivor of childhood cancer (like Bayer herself was) who finally gets her dream job working at a QVC-type network. The only problem: After a miserable start, she lies about currently having cancer and finds the success on-air that she's long wanted. Bayer is supported by an incredible cast including Molly Shannon and Jenifer Lewis, and the series manages to pull off a very tricky tone.
(Watch the trailer)

Ten Percent

BBC America, May 1
A British adaptation of Netflix's fantastic French series Call My Agent!, Ten Percent will follow the workaholic employees of a new talent agency as they try to manage their fussy actor clients. Cameos include Helena Bonham Carter, Dominic West, Jessica and David Oyelowo, Emma Corrin, Himesh Patel, and other UK actors.
(Watch the trailer)

Ziwe (Season 2)

Showtime, May 1
Iconic late-night host Ziwe is famously back for Season 2 with an all-new slate of guests to be thoroughly examined within the bubblegum-pink curtains of her domain. Emily Ratajkowski doesn't know what empowerment means, Chet Hanks will NOT apologize, and Deux Moi continues to keep their identity under wraps. Good luck everyone!!
(Watch the trailer)

The Circle (Season 4)

Netflix, May 4
Netflix's reality competition about people sitting alone in an apartment chatting with others, who may or may not be who they say they are, via the show's eponymous social media platform is coming back. What new spicy twists will they think up this season?


Netflix, May 5
Bill Skarsgård leads the cast in this Swedish series from Jonas Åkerlund (Polar, Lords of Chaos) that dives into the infamous bank robber Clark Olofsson whose crimes coined the term "Stockholm syndrome." 
(Watch the teaser)

The Big Conn

Apple TV+, May 5
The team behind McMillion$ is returning with another gripping docuseries. The Big Conn is a four-parter about (the weirdly appropriately named) Eric C. Conn, who conned the government out of more than half a billion dollars in the biggest Social Security fraud in history.

busy phillips in girls5eva season 2
'Girls5Eva' Season 2 | Zach Dilgard/Peacock

Girls5eva (Season 2)

Peacock, May 5
Fresh off of crashing the stage at Jingle Ball, the women of Girls5Eva are going into "album mode," inching closer to their second shot at stardom. Still, in the wonderful Peacock series from Meredith Scardino, there will undeniably be bumps along the way, including knee surgeries, acrimonious breakups, and ugly feet.
(Watch the trailer)

The Pentaverate

Netflix, May 5
Oh, boy: This one's real goofy conspiracy theory hours. Mike Myers stars in the comedy as a Canadian journalist who becomes obsessed with the idea that there's a secret society who has controlled the world's major events since the Plague. Keegan-Michael Key, Ken Jeong, and Jeremy Irons are also among the cast.
(Watch the teaser)

The Staircase

HBO Max, May 5
While there may be an excess of true-crime docuseries nowadays, few have captivated fans of the genre for as long and as intensely as Jean-Xavier de Lestrade’s The Staircase. Now, the story of Michael Peterson and the late Kathleen Peterson, his wife who he was accused of murdering, is getting a dramatization. It's got a star-studded cast featuring the likes of Toni Collette, Colin Firth, Sophie Turner, and others.
(Watch the teaser)

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Paramount+, May 5
If you've been missing Anson Mount's take on iconic Starfleet captain Christopher Pike from Star Trek: Discovery, your trials are over: Captain Pike is getting his own ship and his own spinoff show, exploring the galaxy with his Number One (Rebecca Romijn) and Spock (Ethan Peck) in the decade prior to Star Trek: The Original Series.
(Watch the teaser)

Madison Lintz in bosch legacy
'Bosch: Legacy' | IMDb TV

IMDb TV, May 6
Have you been simply dying for more Bosch since the dad-core procedural wrapped up in 2021? Well, don't worry. Amazon Prime and IMDb TV have been on the case and are already churning out a Bosch spinoff. In this continuation of the original series, Titus Welliver resumes his role as Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch, who is now a private investigator working alongside his daughter Maddie (Madison Lintz) and attorney Honey “Money” Chandler (Mimi Rodgers).
(Watch the trailer)

Tehran (Season 2)

Apple TV+, May 6
This Israeli-produced Apple TV+ series about a Mossad agent (Niv Sultan) tasked with keeping tabs on Iran's nuclear program has recruited a new asset for Season 2: Glenn Close, an Emmy-winner for her work on Damages. She'll join the cast as Marjan Montazeri, a British woman wrapped up in the show's ever-escalating espionage plot.
(Watch the trailer)

Welcome to Eden

Netflix, May 6
A new Spanish sci-fi teen drama that promises stunning visuals and wild twists, Welcome to Eden sees a group of young social media stars get invited to an exclusive party on a secret island where everything is not as it seems.
(Watch the teaser)

The Wilds (Season 2)

Amazon Prime, May 6
Fill the Yellowjackets void in your heart by checking out The Wilds. It's another entry into the very specific teenage-plane-crash-survival-drama genre, as Season 1 focused on a group of teenage girls trying to survive on an island after their flight goes down under mysterious circumstances. Season 2 will continue to reveal what's really going on with the girls while (gasp!) introducing a group of boys also trying to survive in the wild.
(Watch the trailer)

Breeders (Season 3)

FX, May 9
Series star and co-creator Martin Freeman has compared Breeders, a dark comedy about the trials and tribulations of parenting, to an "exorcism." So expect the third season to delve into the messy, personal trickiness of raising a teenager.

melanie lynskey and jessical biel in candy
'Candy' | Hulu


Hulu, May 9
If you've been feeling like the true-crime genre has become a little bloated, you're not wrong. This year we're getting two miniseries about how Texas suburbanite Candy Montgomery murdered her church friend Betty Gore. In this version for Hulu, from the team behind The Act, Jessica Biel plays the unsuspecting axe murderer Candy and Melanie Lynskey is taking on Betty.
(Watch the teaser)

Hacks (Season 2)

HBO Max, May 12
One of the most delightful, new series of 2021 is already coming back for more laughs. Expect tensions to heat up between Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder's comedy legend and disgraced writer characters now that they're going on tour together. Fingers crossed Megan Stalter's nepotism baby assistant character Kayla is back with even more zingers.
(Watch the teaser)

Bling Empire (Season 2)

Netflix, May 13
The reality series about ultra-wealthy Asian Americans in LA returns for a second season with tons more drama and two new core cast members, businesswoman Mimi Morris and entrepreneur Dorothy Wang, formerly in Rich Kids of Beverly Hills.

The Kids in the Hall 

Amazon Prime, May 13
Over five seasons and 100 episodes, the original Kids in the Hall series carved out its own distinctly silly, unapologetically absurd lane in sketch comedy. Now, the original cast members are reuniting for an eight episode season on Amazon, which promises to bring back classic characters and hopefully introduce some new eccentrics to love as well. 
(Watch the trailer)

The Essex Serpent

Amazon Prime, May 13
Sarah Perry's bestselling novel of love, murder, and fossils comes to life in an adaptation starring Claire Danes as recently widowed Cora Seaborne, an amateur paleontologist who travels to a remote seaside town to examine stories of a mythic legend come to life, solve a murder, and fall in love with the hot local reverend played by Tom Hiddleston.

The Lincoln Lawyer

Netflix, May 13
No, you’re not having a stroke: Yes, there was already a movie based on Michael Connelly's bestselling novels in 2011 starring Matthew McConaughey as Mickey Haller, an LA-based lawyer who works out of his Lincoln Town Car. Manuel Garcia-Rulfo will take on the lead in this new Netflix series, created by David E. Kelly, also starring Neve Campbell, Jazz Raycole, Christopher Gorham, a very cute pug, and others.
(Watch the trailer)

sasha lane and jemima kirke in conversations with friends
'Conversations With Friends' | Enda Bowe/Hulu

Conversations with Friends

Hulu, May 15
Did Hulu's adaptation of Sally Rooney's Normal People break your heart in 2020? Hopefully you've had enough time to recover since then, because another miniseries based on the millennial-favorite author is on the way. Conversations with Friends follows two post-grad best friends/exes who meet and befriend a married couple, examining the way their dynamics change over the course of their relationship. The cast looks excellent, with Jemima Kirke (Girls), Joe Alwyn (The Favourite), Sasha Lane (American Honey), and newcomer Alison Oliver as the leads.
(Watch the trailer)

The Time Traveler's Wife

HBO, May 15
Get the tissue box ready for this one. Steven Moffat (Doctor Who, Sherlock) is adapting Niffenegger's popular 2003 novel about a woman who's been in love with a man, who time travels at random intervals, her entire life. Previously adapted as a 2009 movie starring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana, the new series version will star Theo James and Rose Leslie.
(Watch the teaser)


Peacock, May 19
Emmy Rossum is Angelyne, the Los Angeles icon who became a pop-cultural phenomenon in the '80s for putting up billboards of herself around the city. Get ready for big hair, vivacious looks, and a very fun soundtrack.
(Watch the trailer)

Night Sky

Amazon Prime, May 20
Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons star as a couple who discover a buried chamber in their backyard that appears to lead to an entirely new planet many lightyears from our own. Their plot to carefully conceal the chamber's existence begins to unravel when a strange man shows up at their house.

Now & Then

Apple TV+, May 20
No, this isn't a remake of the perfect 1995 coming-of-age film of the same name. It's a Miami-set thriller about a group of college best friends whose lives are threatened when they're forced to revisit one night from 20 years ago when one of their friends died. Rosie Perez is among the lead cast.
(Watch the teaser)

Prehistoric Planet

Apple TV+, May 23
David Attenborough narrates this five-part dinosaur docuseries that takes us way, way back in time and uses the latest scientific know-how and cutting-edge visual effects to bring ancient extinct creatures back to life in thrilling detail.
(Watch the trailer)

Disney+, May 25
Disney+'s Star Wars shows are some of its best, and this year a third will mark a fan-favorite character's return to the series. Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi is back once again, marooned on Tatooine and doing whatever he can to make sure that at least one of Anakin's children is safe.
(Watch the teaser)

caleb mclaughlin in stranger things 4
'Stranger Things' Season 4 | Netflix

Netflix, May 27
After three long years, fans will be finally headed back to the demogorgon-infested Hawkins, Indiana. In a new turn for Netflix's flagship sci-fi hit, the streamer will be releasing Season 4 in two parts. Volume 1 will drop on May 27—just in time for Memorial Day weekend—and Volume 2 will arrive on July 1.

It's always an event when the series returns, and the pandemic-delayed season is supposedly the show's biggest yet. Set over spring break as Eleven and the Byers visit Hawkins after moving away, the A/V club will have to investigate a dark force that's been looming around their hometown since the '50s—and likely bring Hopper home safe from the Ruskies.
(Watch the trailer)


FX, May 31
Never mind the bollocks: A Sex Pistols bio series is on the way. Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 127 Hours) directs the entire six-part miniseries, which is inspired by guitarist Steve Jones's memoir and spans the punk group’s early days to the release of their only album. As fans of the band might expect, the series hasn't gone without controversy. In 2021, frontman John Lydon actually sued other members of the group, attempting to stop the use of their music in the series. He lost the lawsuit, though, so rest assured you will hear "Anarchy in the U.K.," "God Save the Queen," and other iconic Never Mind the Bollocks tracks.
(Watch the teaser)

Borgen (Season 4)

Netflix, June 2
After its surge of popularity in America following its streaming release on Netflix, the hit Danish political drama Borgen has been resurrected for a fourth season. The season, subtitled Power & Glory, is meant to be a standalone “continuation” of the show, following the trajectory of Birgitte Nyborg (Sidse Babett Knudsen), now the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, and her staff as they manage global crises like climate change and the world superpowers’ battle for control of the Arctic.

The Orville: New Horizons

Hulu, June 2
Seth MacFarlane's space comedy The Orville is moving from Fox to Hulu, officially rebranding as The Orville: New Horizons for what's technically the series' third season. The entire crew of the titular starship will continue their exploration mission across the galaxy some 400 years in the future.
(Watch the teaser)

Amazon Prime, June 3
The boys are back in town! Eric Kripke's excellent series that imagines if superheroes were inherently bad returns with a three-episode premiere, with the rest of the season rolling out weekly in June. Buckle up to meet some new supers and see what Congresswoman Victoria Neuman has in store with her secret deal with Hughie.
(Watch the teaser)

P-Valley (Season 2)

Starz, June 3
This fantastic, underrated series, which debuted in 2020, chronicles life at The Pynk, a strip club in the fictional town of Chucalissa, Mississippi. In last season's finale, the protagonist, a mysterious femme fatale named Autumn Night (Elarica Johnson) saves the venue from a developer's grasp and now she must work with her former boss Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan) to run it.
(Watch the teaser)

Physical (Season 2)

Apple TV+, June 3
This spiky Apple TV+ series starring a fantastic Rose Byrne is back for another go around. Byrne plays Sheila, a hippie housewife with an eating disorder who finds empowerment through capitalism and aerobics. This season adds Murray Bartlett of The White Lotus.

iman vellani in ms. marvel
'Ms. Marvel' | Marvel Studios/Disney+

Ms. Marvel

Disney+, June 8
Yes, the Disney+ Marvel shows are starting to feel overwhelmingly constant, but there's reason to be thrilled about this one, which centers on Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a Muslim teenager from Jersey City. She has dreams of becoming a superhero, and then she actually becomes one.
(Watch the trailer)

Queer as Folk

Peacock, June 9
See you at Babylon, babes. The second American reboot of Russell T. Davies' radical queer British series from the late '90s lands in New Orleans' vibrant LGBTQ+ community as they face the aftermath of a tragedy. Stephen Dunn will shepherd the show into the 2020s with a diverse cast—including Devin Way, Fin Argus, Jesse James Keitel, Candace Grace, Johnny Sibilly, and Ryan O’Connell—and mindfulness toward nonbinary stories.

Fairfax (Season 2)

Amazon Prime, June 10
The teens on Fairfax Avenue just can't stop clout-chasing. The animated comedy about Los Angeles middle schoolers is back for Season 2, with rising comedy stars Skyler Gisondo, Kiersey Clemons, Peter S. Kim, and Jaboukie Young-White returning, plus guest appearances from Billy Porter, Annie Murphy, Ben Schwartz, Zoey Deutch, and many more.
(Watch the teaser)

For All Mankind (Season 3)

Apple TV+, June 10
The fantastic utopian alternate history of the American space program is back, rocketing its great cast of characters into a new era of exploration. This time, the Moon is old news. That's right—we're going to Mars! And it's the '90s!
(Watch the teaser)

Peaky Blinders (Season 6)

Netflix, June 10
It's Peaky fookin' Blinders! Thomas Shelby and his crime family aren't done attempting to take down their rivals quite yet. Stephen Knight's hit period drama returns for a final season this year.

Zahn McClarnon in dark winds
'Dark Winds' | AMC

Dark Winds

AMC, June 12
Adapted from the Leaphorn & Chee series of mystery novels by writer Tony Hillerman, this '70s-set crime drama follows a pair Navajo police officers (Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon) as they solve crimes at a remote outpost near Monument Valley. Rainn Wilson of The Office is also on board as a creepy missionary.
(Watch the trailer)

Evil (Season 3)

Paramount+, June 12
What is maybe the best show on TV right now—sorry, we're biased—follows up on its sexy sinful cliffhanger from Season 2 with more scares and heresy. Get ready for more demons. We certainly are.
(Watch the teaser)

Love, Victor (Season 3)

Hulu, June 15
Time to blow a kiss goodbye to Hulu's sweet teen series Love, Victor. The show is wrapping up with an eight-episode season this June, following Victor and his friends as they figure out what their post-graduation plans are.

The Lake

Amazon Prime, June 17
Julia Stiles may not be Canadian, but she is starring in Amazon Prime's first-ever Canadian production. A sitcom full of sibling rivalries and family drama, the series follows a young man who attempts to reconnect with the biological daughter he gave up for adoption in his teens by bringing her to his quaint family lake house—only to discover his stepsister (played by '90s fave Stiles) lives there.

Netflix, June 22
The Sparrows have arrived at the Umbrella Academy, shaking up the status quo once again for the Hargreeves family. After Season 2’s time travel extravaganza, the superpowered Hargreeves siblings must reluctantly join forces once again to save their home from sinister invaders—one of which appears to be their long-dead brother.

maya rudolph in loot
'Loot' | Apple TV+


Apple TV+, June 24
Maya Rudolph anchors this workplace comedy, which follows a billionaire (Rudolph) who starts giving away her cash through a charity foundation after spiraling out in public. The show comes from writers Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, who co-created Rudolph's last streaming comedy series, Forever on Amazon. Expect this one, which also features Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Ron Funches, and Nat Faxon, to be similarly off-kilter.

Hulu, June 28
Charles, Mabel, and Oliver are on another case! Except this time they're the prime suspects! Now that Bunny, their neighbor from the Arconia, has been killed, it'll be up to everybody's favorite true-crime podcasters to figure out who actually did it so Mabel doesn't end up in the slammer in the next season of the caper comedy.
(Watch the teaser)


AMC+, June 30
Moonfall, Moon Knight, and now Moonhaven? Finally, the moon is having a moment, baby! This sci-fi series stars Joe Manganiello, Emma McDonald, and Dominic Monaghan, and it's set in the future on a utopian colony located on—yep, you guessed it—the damn moon!
(Watch the teaser)

Stranger Things (Season 4, Part 2)

Netflix, July 1
Only five episodes of the super-sized, bigger-than-ever fourth season of Stranger Things drop in May, leaving four more to arrive in July. Get ready for a July 4th weekend binge-watch of Cold War and Upside Down face-offs.

chris pratt in the terminal list
'The Terminal List' | Amazon Prime

The Terminal List

Amazon Prime, July 1
Amazon simply will not rest until it's expansive slate of militaristic action dramas designed for dads is fully fleshed out. Up next is an adaptation of Jack Carr's novel The Terminal List, which stars Chris Pratt as a former Navy SEAL Officer investigating why his entire platoon was attacked during a covert mission. Taylor Kitsch, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Constance Wu, Riley Keough, and others are also among the cast.
(Watch the teaser)

Black Bird

Apple TV+, July 8
Taron Egerton has needed another showcase for his talents since his phenomenal turn playing Elton John in Rocketman. Apple TV's limited series Black Bird might just be the next thing for Egerton to shine. Based on James Keene and Hillel Levin's memoir In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption, Egerton plays Keene, who is given a chance for early parole for his 10 year sentence for drug dealing. The catch is that he moves to a different prison and befriends serial killer Larry Hill (Paul Walter Hauser) and finds out what really happened with the murders Hill committed.

Better Call Saul (Season 6, Part 2) 

AMC, July 11
The stylish Breaking Bad spin-off starring Bob Odenkirk as ethically compromised attorney Saul Goodman will finally reach its conclusion with the second half of its last season. Will Saul find redemption and inner-peace? Probably not, but that doesn't mean you won't enjoy watching him squirm.

Resident Evil

Netflix, July 14
Netflix already made an anime series in the Resident Evil franchise, but now it’s going the live-action route in its latest return to New Racoon City and Umbrella Corp's nasty plots. Set in the year 2036, 14 years after a global virus triggers the apocalypse, the series stars Lance Reddick, Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph, and Paola Nuñez.

HBO, August 21
One of the main questions at the start of Game of Thrones was: How did all of this fall apart in the first place? Set 200 years before the events of that series, and based on George R. R. Martin's book Fire and Blood, House of the Dragon chronicles the Targaryens' rule of Westeros, from its beginning to its disastrous end.
(Watch the teaser)

Never Have I Ever (Season 3)

Netflix, Summer TBA
[Read in John McEnroe's voice] Oh, Devi! Bevi and Daxton shippers are about to have a lot more drama to get worked up over, now that Mindy Kaling's charming teen comedy Never Have I Ever is returning for Season 3. (Don't worry that this will be the last installment of the series, though. Kaling confirmed that it'll be back for a fourth and final season, too.)

Amazon Prime, September 2
All we know about Amazon's extremely expensive Lord of the Rings series is that it takes place in the Second Age of Middle Earth, an age of heroes that laid the groundwork for Sauron's dark legacy and the War of the Ring. We'll meet characters and see locations that were only stories by the time Frodo and Sam took the Ring to Mount Doom.
(Watch the teaser)

elizabeth olsen in love and death
'Love and Death' | HBO Max


Boo, Bitch

To All the Boys rom-com queen Lana Condor stars in and executive produces this new teen series. She plays a high school senior who decides to cast her safe, overly cautious attitude aside and live a little—only to find out the next morning that she's died and now a ghost.

Dead Ringers

Amazon Prime
David Cronenberg's gross and terrifying 1988 film gets a gender-flipped series adaptation, with Rachel Weisz taking on the role of Jeremy Irons' twin sex-obsessed gynecologists who get into some funny business when their practice starts examining women with "mutant genitalia." You know, classic Cronenberg stuff.

Devil in Ohio

Based on Daria Polatin's popular book and a true story, Devil in Ohio is about a young woman (Madeleine Arthur) who escapes a satanic cult and finds refuge at the home of a psychiatrist (Emily Deschanel). When the cult refuses to let her go, you can expect things get pretty weird for her and the family she's staying with.

First Kill

The teens could always use another hot vampire drama to sink their teen into. The latest is headed to Netflix and produced by Emma Roberts. Based on a short story from YA author Victoria "V. E." Schwab, it follows a star-crossed lovers type of story between a young vampire who's supposed to make her first kill and the monster hunter she sets her sights on.

Florida Man

Not so much about "Florida Man" the joke than it is Ozark set in Florida, this Jason Bateman-produced series is about an ex-cop (Édgar Ramírez) who goes to Florida to trace the girlfriend (Abbey Lee) of a Philly mobster and ends up way in over his head with dark family secrets.

From Scratch

Zoe Saldana stars in this adaptation of Tembi Locke's memoir that tells a story of love and loss as she falls for an Italian man while studying abroad in Sicily and finds the dream life they’ve built for themselves altered when he is diagnosed with cancer.

Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai

This animated series tells the origin story of the good boy Mogwai Gizmo and how the shop owner Mr. Wing first came into contact with it in 1920s Shanghai as a little boy. Expect to see some post-midnight snacking turn into a very surprising disaster.


If you're a fan of heist dramas and need something to fill the Money Heist void in your life, this new Netflix show might just be the ultimate heist series. Loosely based on an actual saga wherein $70 million in bonds went missing in New York City during Hurricane Sandy, the show spans 24 years, covering the "largest heist ever attempted" and all of the scandal surrounding it. Giancarlo Esposito of Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad leads the cast.

Lost Ollie

If you like Toy Story (and literally who doesn't), this animated Netflix project should be on your radar. Shannon Tindle—the creator of Kubo and the Two Strings, Utlraman writer, and Coraline designer—and Peter Ramsey, one of the directors of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, will co-pilot the series, adapted from William Joyce’s 2016 book Ollie’s Odyssey, about a cute plushy toy looking for its boy. Jonathan Groff, Mary J. Blige, Tim Blake Nelson, Gina Rodriguez, and Jake Johnson are among the voice cast.

Love and Death

This drama tells the true story of how a Texas woman named Candy Montgomery brutally murdered her best friend Betty Gore in the '80s. If that sounds familiar, it should: Hulu released another dramatized miniseries about the exact same case in spring 2022 with Jessica Biel and Melanie Lynskey as the stars. In this version, Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland) directs, David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies) produces, and Elizabeth Olsen and Lily Rabe are in the starring roles. 

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

There was a time when American Horror Story staple Evan Peters had to call it quits on starring in the series because he said the material was getting too dark. He did eventually return to the FX series, but now he's starring in perhaps his most intense role ever, playing serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. It's yet another Netflix project from Ryan Murphy, co-created with his frequent collaborator Ian Brennan, and the limited series is said to be told from the perspective of his victims, exploring how police incompetence contributed to a killing spree that lasted decades.

The Power

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Naomi Alderman is the creator and executive producer of Amazon Prime's upcoming series about her own 2016 novel The Power, a composite story about women suddenly developing an electrical current in their bodies and the shift in society's power dynamics that it brings. Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale) will direct, and Leslie Mann, Auli’i Cravalho, Rainn Wilson, John Leguizamo, and many others will star in the feminist sci-fi thriller.

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin

Pretty Little Liars, which ran from 2010 to 2017, was one of Freeform's biggest successes. Based on Sara Shepard's YA novels, it spawned many spinoffs, although none were as successful as the original series about teens Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily, who were terrorized by the mysterious "A" after their friend Allison disappeared. Now, the show is getting rebooted by Lindsay Calhoon Bring and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) with a new cast in a different town and another set of melodramatic horrors. "Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead," baby!

The Sandman

Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's dark and iconic superhero fantasy comic is finally coming this year. The show stars Tom Sturridge as Dream, a powerful being who is held captive by a group of occultists for 105 years, until he's finally freed and sets out to restore his kingdom of dreaming. Gwendoline Christie, Charles Dance, David Thewlis, and Jenna Coleman also star.
(Watch the teaser)


The latest from the Marvel x Disney+ machine introduces us to a new superhero who can turn into a big, green rage monster if need be. Tatiana Maslany of Orphan Black plays Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk, and she gets an assist from the original green guy, Bruce Banner, with Mark Ruffalo returning to the role. The rest of the cast is filled out by the likes of Jameela Jamil, Tim Roth, and Renée Elise Goldsberry.

The Watcher

Another Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan production headed to Netflix this year, The Watcher is inspired by a true story, first covered in The Cut, about a couple who bought their dream house in New Jersey—only to be stalked and receive threatening letters from someone signed "The Watcher." Naomi Watts, Bobby Canavale, and Jennifer Coolidge lead the cast.

Westworld (Season 4)

This timeline-jumping, consciousness-warping sci-fi series about a robot theme park returns for a fourth season. Co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy love to pull the rug out from underneath the audience every season, so expect even more huge narrative shifts and characters you thought were humans turning out to be robots. Four seasons in, Westworld remains hard to pin down.

The White House Plumbers

In this five-part historical drama, Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux will portray E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy, two members of the Nixon White House and Watergate orchestrators who inadvertently led to the downfall of the presidency. Lena Headey, Domhnall Gleeson, and Ike Barinholtz are also among the cast.

The Witcher was a huge hit on Netflix, and two seasons in, the fans are craving more lore. The Witcher: Blood Origin will follow a new band of heroes 1,200 years before the events of The Witcher and right before the catastrophic Conjunction of the Spheres that brought monsters and magical creatures to the Continent—and created the world's very first Witcher.
(Watch the teaser)

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