The Comedy Lineup (Netflix)
Up-and-coming comedians -- including JR De Guzman, Sabrina Jalees, Janelle James, Sam Jay, Max Silvestri, Phil Wang, Emma Willmann, and Kate Willett -- perform 15-minute sets as part of this new showcase.
Anne With an E (Netflix)
Impressively quick turnaround for more of that show about Anne of Green Gables!
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Netflix)
Yes, more fancy cars and even fancier (???) comedians, including Dana Carvey, Dave Chappelle, Ellen DeGeneres, Zach Galifianakis, Kate McKinnon, and Tracy Morgan.
Inside the World's Toughest Prisons (Netflix)
The second season of this illuminating, but bad-idea-sounding, series takes an undercover journalist to notorious prisons in Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine, and Belize.
Juventus: First Team (Netflix)
Season 2 of this soccer docuseries, which follows the prestigious Italian club on and off the pitch.
Sacred Games** (Netflix)
Netflix's first Indian original, an adaptation of Vikram Chandra's book of the same name.
Like BoJack Horseman but with Samantha! (and more humans).
Somebody Feed Phil
More of that docuseries in which the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond eats and makes you watch! (This time in Venice, Dublin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Cape Town, and New York.)
Mr. Sunshine** (Netflix)
Everyone has high hopes for this Korean drama, which looks as ambitious as it sounds. The logline: "In 1905, a Korean-American U.S. marine officer returns to his homeland on a diplomatic assignment. Coping with his painful past in Korea as an orphaned servant boy, he finds himself in a complicated relationship with an aristocrat’s daughter." Intriguing!
Sharp Objects** (HBO)
Amy Adams -- please give the five-time nominee an Oscar at some point, Academy -- stars in this eight-episode adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel about a reporter who returns to her small hometown to investigate the murder of a young girl. Will it be as, uh, nutty as Gone Girl? Find out!
Deadly Rich** (CNBC)
The tagline -- "The Rich Do Everything Different. Even Murder." -- probably tells you everything you need to know about this.
Follow This** (Netflix)
A short-form docuseries from BuzzFeed, in which the site's reporters walk you through some of their strangest internet discoveries (like ASMR!).
Drug Lords (Netflix)
If you want Narcos with a more documentary approach, here's your show.
After major delays, this reboot of the cult classic is finally on its way.
The Outpost** (CW)
Ash vs. Evil Dead's Jessica Green stars as Talon, the last of the Blackbloods, who vows to hunt her family's killers.
Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters** (truTV)
Black Mirror, but goofier -- OK, kind of. Long ago, comedian Bobcat Goldthwait had an idea for a dream anthology series that would satirize all things sci-fi while giving him the freedom to write self-contained stories, hit different tones, and use a variety of actors. After about seven years and several rejections, it's finally here.
Dr. Pimple Popper** (TLC)
That's right: Dr. Sandra Lee has her own show! For the uninitiated, this dermatologist built a cult following for recording her extractions of everything from whiteheads and blackheads to cysts and lipomas. It's gross, but good -- with a surprising amount of heart. (New York doctors, please study her bedside manner.)
Just in time to chase the end of Handmaid's Tale, this other strong Hulu original enters its second season with an ever-expanding feud, a potential mole, and Liv Tyler.
TKO: Total Knock Out** (CBS)
Kevin Hart has decided that the whole ice tubs thing was… unsustainable? Who knows. Anyway, now he's hosting an "us versus them" game show, which will send a runner through an obstacle course while four others shoot projectiles in an attempt to thwart the runner. Unclear if Mike Breen will be on hand to yell "BANG!" -- but one hopes.
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants** (Netflix)
The offbeat children's book hero gets suited up for his very own series.
Our Cartoon President (Showtime)
The not-quite-HBO network has picked up an additional seven episodes of Colbert's animated Trump satire.
The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo)
The crazed reality series gets ready to unspool Season 13, which means it's now a teenager and will be on even worse behavior than usual. (SOS.)
The 2018 ESPYS (ABC)
With host Danica Patrick, the event's first female emcee.
The Grand Hustle** (BET)
A 12-episode series that will pit 16 competitors against each other as they vie for a six-figure salaried position within rapper T.I.'s Grand Hustle business empire. Depending on how this goes, T.I. might be our president in 12 years.
Sure, Season 1 of Snowfall might have felt a bit slow, but expect Season 2 to pick up speed. Franklin and his crew have gone all in on their new crack cocaine venture, and trouble's bound to come in every direction. "For the bigger strokes of where these guys go, I don't want to know. Because I know it can't end well," actor Amin Joseph, who plays Franklin's uncle, Jerome, told Thrillist last year. "[Jerome] knows what this brings, and that's where you're gonna see his character really become a lieutenant, a guy who's ready to protect everything that's coming. The young guys he's working with have no idea."
Trial & Error: Lady Killer (NBC)
Season 2 of the true-crime mocku-series stars Kristin Chenoweth as Lavinia Peck-Foster, the eccentric first lady of East Peck who's "known for her flamboyant outfits, large hats, and hairless cat, and who suddenly finds herself accused of the bizarre murder of her beloved husband."
In Search Of** (History)
Following in Spock's, er Leonard Nimoy's, steps, Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) hosts and produces this reboot of In Search Of, the iconic docuseries, which in the '70s and '80s investigated unsolved mysteries and unexplainable phenomena. (See: UFOs, AI, time travel.)
Jimmy: The True Story of a True Idiot** (Netflix)
A bio-series about the Japanese painter-comedian Jimmy Onishi -- this wonderful guy -- and his rise to stardom.
The upcoming fourth season of this Canadian space drama effectively begins part one of a long two-chapter finale.
Last Chance U (Netflix)
After two seasons at East Mississippi Community College, this real-life Friday Night Lights-ish docuseries heads to Kansas' Independence Community College in Kansas, where Coach Brown will yell and, uh, vibe in a hot tub? Can't wait.
If you're looking for another Game of Thrones replacement, we like Outcast. Just catch up on the first season ASAP.
Wynonna Earp (Syfy)
For Season 3, Syfy's fantastic demon-busting saga promises even bigger stakes, consequences, and devotion to LGBTQ representation -- "the new season makes RuPaul look like Mike Pence," per creator Emily Andras.
Miz & Mrs** (USA)
A Total Divas spin-off, set to follow husband-wife wrestling duo The Miz and Maryse Ouellet inside and outside the ring as they start a family.
Castle Rock** (Hulu)
Hulu first teased this as "a psychological-horror series set in the Stephen King multiverse [that] combines the mythological scale and intimate character storytelling of King’s best-loved works, weaving an epic saga of darkness and light, played out on a few square miles of Maine woodland." If the name sounds familiar, it's the setting of such novels as Cujo and The Dead Zone -- aka a very scary place. But why should you watch yet another Stephen King adaptation? We're most excited about the insane talent piled in here, including producer J.J. Abrams and the core cast of André Holland, Melanie Lynskey, Jane Levy, Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgård, Scott Glenn, Terry O'Quinn, Frank L. Ridley, and at least one big, good dog.
Eat. Race. Win.** (Amazon)
A docuseries about the Tour de France and the "race within the race" -- the latter of which centers on Chef Hannah Grant, who endeavors to find the performance foods that will fuel the riders of Australia's pro cycling team.
Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
The fifth season of Jenji Kohan's OG Netflix drama followed Poussey's tragic death with a fast-crescendoing riot and ended in separation: some inmates boarded buses, some stood tall in their makeshift bunker. Where are those buses going? What's next for those left behind? What TV show is Pennsatucky going to binge first?!
Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis (Comedy Central)
Willis' Looper co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt serves as Roast Master, accepting help from Cybill Shepherd, Edward Norton, Nikki Glaser, Lil Rel Howery, Dom Irrera, Kevin Pollak, and, of course, the Roast Sensei himself, Jeff Ross.
A Very Secret Service (Netflix)
If you haven't watched this French spy drama, which is very fun and (finally) Season 2 bound, you should. Another one to file it under "Underrated Shows That Only Have One Season to Catch Up On ASAP."
Season 4 marks the end for one of Hulu's first originals.
Hard to Kill** (Discovery)
A docuseries that will follow Tim Kennedy, an active Green Beret and Special Forces sniper, as he puts a spotlight on some of the American workforce's most deadly jobs. (See: flying planes, running with bulls, triggering avalanches.)
Making It** (NBC)
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman co-host this crafty DIY competition so you can win your very own Indiana Fine Woodworking Association award.
Terrace House: Opening New Doors (Netflix)
Everyone's favorite polite reality series drops its much-anticipated Karuizawa extension, meaning more episodes, more Seina, and… more flying squirrels? (One hopes.)