2018 winter tv premieres

2018 winter tv premieres DEFAULT

Television can get in on this “out with the old, in with the new” resolution game too. This is particularly true this season, as the early winter months of 2019 see both the end of beloved old shows and the beginnings of new ones to adore—plus a lot of stalwarts to ensure we’re kept company during the colder months.

Among beloved series premiering their final seasons soon are FXX’s You’re the Worst (premiering January 9) and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (premiering January 25). Hot new contenders for favorites include Fox’s The Masked Singer (starting January 2), the Nat Geo miniseries Valley of the Boom, and HBO’s revamped True Detective (both starting January 13). There’s also more episodes of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery (back January 17), Syfy’s The Magicians (back January 23), and Comedy Central’s Corporate (back January 14).

We’ll update this list as more dates become available. In the meantime, happy hunting for your new favorite show (aka what you really want for the holidays).

January 1

The AKC National Championship Dog Show Presented by Royal Canin (Animal Planet) Because the best way to spend New Year’s Day really is watching dogs from your couch.

Bad Chad Customs (Discovery) Chad Hiltz’s nickname may be bad, but apparently he is very good at making custom cars.

COMEDIANS of the world (Netflix) As annoying as its title styling is, the series that features standups … from around the world … has a pretty good lineup. Some comics representing the U.S. are Nicole Byer and Neal Brennan. Canada, France, the Middle East, and the Netherlands are among the foreign entries.

From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2019 (PBS) Downton’s Hugh Bonneville returns to host this swanky celebration of the new year.

I Am Jazz (TLC) The fifth season of the docu-drama checks in on teen Jazz Jennings after her gender confirmation surgery.

Married at First Sight (Lifetime) Some people’s New Year’s resolutions include dating apps. Others’ include marrying complete strangers on TV.

A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix) Because of Netflix’s viewing strategy, the Neil Patrick Harris series has the distinction of being one of the first to return—and also the first to end in 2019. (It’s third season is also its last).

Windy City Rehab (HGTV) Home renovation expert Alison Victoria heads to her hometown of Chicago for this new series.

January 2

American Beauty Star (Lifetime) Ready those round brushes and mascara wands! Ashley Graham hosts this reality competition series for hair and makeup professionals.

Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox) Because more of America’s mom-and-pop restaurants need saving ...

grown-ish (Freeform) It’s the sophomore season of the black-ish spinoff. And, yes, they’re aware of the A Different World comparisons.

The Masked Singer (Fox) A singing competition series featuring celebrities in disguise, this is panelist Ken Jeong’s mother’s favorite show in Korea. And the new American adaptation will soon be yours. (Other panelists include Jenny McCarthy, Robin Thicke, and Nicole Scherzinger, and Nick Cannon is hosting).

Love & Hip Hop: Miami (VH1) It’s the second season of the spin-off of the popular reality series.

MythBusters Jr. (Science) Original MythBusters host Adam Savage returns for this series, which puts the spotlight on science whizzes who are under 16.

Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime) The seventh season of this long-running reality series features, fittingly, seven former U.S. winners and seven international winners.

Decoding Watson (PBS) This documentary film looks at DNA pioneer James Watson.

Family by the Ton (TLC) It’s the second season of this reality series that focuses on three cousins whose combined weight is almost 2,000 pounds.

My 600-lb Life (TLC) The series that follows real morbidly obese people struggling with addiction and dependence returns for a sixth season.

Psycho Mother-in-Law (Lifetime Movie Network) Just the sort of movie you want to watch after the holidays…

True Life/Now (MTV) This revamp of the early aughts documentary hit True Life premieres with an episode dedicated to people obsessed with looking like one of the Kardashians.

January 3

60 Days In (A&E) The fifth season of this reality series reminds us once again that real life behind bars is scarier than a Netflix dramedy.

The Blacklist (NBC) The sixth season of the James Spader drama comes at us strong with a two-hour premiere.

Flip or Flop Nashville (HGTV) Former paramours and actual business partners DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner work to renovate Music City in this new series.

Gotham (Fox) It’s the show’s fifth and final season, as Fox prepares to turn off the Bat Signal on Batman-themed crime drama.

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo) Los Angeles is having a housing crisis, but hey here’s another season about cocky realtors selling expensive homes (this season includes the abodes of Kelly Rowland and the NFL’s Antonio Pierce).

Music City (CMT) The Hills producer Adam DiVello is now working his magic on a group of young Nashvillians. This marks the start of the show’s second season.

Racing Wives (CMT) Following in the tradition of shows like Basketball Wives, here’s a new reality series about the wives of NASCAR racers (names include Samantha Busch and Ashley Busch).

Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime) This documentary special, which airs over three nights, gives light to the musician’s accusers.

The Titan Games (NBC) Dwayne Johnson hosts what NBC is billing as “the most epic and awe-inspiring athletic competition ever.”

Impossible Engineering (Science Channel) Among some of “the world’s most exciting and innovative engineering creations” to be featured in this show’s third season are New York City’s Hudson Yards Project and a 16-story Shanghai hotel that was built under ground level.

Bringing Up Bates (Up TV) Much like Gil and Kelly Jo Bates’s marriage, this series about the couple and their 19 children (and their children’s children) is still going strong.

Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC) Yep. This really is a show.

Hitler's Secret Tunnels (History) Do we really need to explain what this special is about?

The Last Days of JFK Jr. (ABC) Using rare footage and interviews with those who knew them best, this two-hour documentary will look at the lives and final days of John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife, Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy.

My Daughter's Ransom (Lifetime Movie Network) Scottie Thompson, Lucas Kerr, McKinley Blehm, and Matthew Pohlkamp star in this psycho-thriller.

Travel Man (Ovation) It’s the U.S. premiere of the British actor-comedian Richard Ayoade’s travel series.

January 4

Ron Funches: Giggle Fit (Comedy Central) A list of some of the topics that the comedian will cover in his hour-long special: vision boarding, losing weight, parenting his autistic son, TV, and wrestling.

Young Justice: Outsiders (DC Universe) This is the third season of the popular animated series and the first one to air on DC’s new streaming service.

And Breathe Normally (Netflix) This Sundance-award winning Icelandic film follows a struggling single Icelandic mother and an asylum seeker from Guinea-Bissau who bond as they attempt to get their lives back on track.

Call My Agent! (Netflix) The third season of the French comedy series about— obviously—a talent agency hits the digital platform.

El Potro: Unstoppable (Netflix) This biopic looks at the Argentine cuarteto performer Rodrigo Bueno’s rise to fame.

Gold Rush: White Water (Discovery) It’s the second season of the docu-series that follows Dakota Fred and son Dustin as they mine the mountains of Southeast Alaska.

Grown & Sexy (VH1) This new talk show invites entertainers like Love & Hip Hop: New York’s Remy Ma and Papoose and Blac Chyna to discuss how to look sexy even when you’re (gasp!) in your 30s.

Lionheart (Netflix) This Nigerian movie stars Genevieve Nnaji as a woman who steps up to run her father’s business, battling sexism along the way.

January 5

Cousins for Life (Nickelodeon) This new kids’ program stars Scarlet Spencer and Dallas Dupree Young as tween cousins whose families live together.

Say Yes to the Dress (TLC) Got engaged over the holidays? Then the new season of this long-running reality show may soon find its way to your DVR.

Vanished (History) This special focuses on former police detective Dave Paulides as he investigates missing-persons cases in and around national parks.

Winter Castle (Hallmark) Emilie Ullerup and Kevin McGarry star as a couple who fall in love amid snow in this TV movie.

UFO Cover-Ups: Secrets Revealed (History) Leading up to the premiere of its new scripted series Project Blue Book, History offers this special about people who claim to have experienced extraterrestrial encounters.

January 6

76th Golden Globe Awards (NBC) Even Hollywood’s award show trophies cannot escape an occasional facelift.

Houdini’s Last Secrets (Science) This new series breaks down the mysteries behind the magician’s most famous tricks.

Worst Cooks in America (Food) Fifteen seasons in, feel superior that there are still worst cooks than you.

January 7

America's Got Talent: The Champions (NBC) Among the show’s returning fan favorites are teen ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, magician Shin Lim, and comedians like Tom Cotter, Taylor Williamson, and Drew Lynch.

Antiques Roadshow (PBS) Anyone else still think of that Frasier episode at any mention of this show? No? Just me?

The Bachelor (ABC) Isn’t “Colton Underwood” the most on-brand sounding Bachelor name?

Cartel Crew (MTV) For those who read Wikipedia while watching Narcos: This new series checks in with eight descendants of the Cartel, including the son of “Cocaine Godmother” Griselda Blanco.

Last Call (Bounce) This new comedy stars Charles Malik Whitfield an ex-NFL player who—after discovering his business manager ran off with all his money—opens a comedy club in the backroom of his only remaining investment: his Baltimore bar, Last Call.

Winner Cake All (Food Network) Giada De Laurentiis hosts this new reality competition series that comes with the added bonus of getting an ABBA song stuck in your head.

January 8

Ellen's Game of Games (NBC) We don’t have an Olympics this year, but we may have something even better…

Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (PBS) Among the stars and personalities appearing in the fifth season are Marisa Tomei, Felicity Huffman, Kal Pen, and a man who knows a thing or two about complicated families: George R.R. Martin.

Good Trouble (Freeform) The much-anticipated spinoff of The Fosters focuses on Maia Mitchell’s Callie Adams-Foster and Cierra Ramirez’s Mariana Adams-Foster: two young women trying to make it in the City of Angels.

Legend Hunter (Travel) Wildlife biologist and explorer Pat Spain hosts this new show, which promises to “uncover answers to fascinating unsolved riddles, historic conundrums, and mythic events” that “could reveal the identity of Jack the Ripper and goes on a quest for a werewolf-like creature rumored to haunt the residents of Elkhorn, Wisconsin.”

Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club (MTV) Lilo’s Mykonos resort is fetch.

Project Blue Book (History) Game of Thrones and The Wire’s Aidan Gillen plays UFO researcher Josef Allen Hynek in this new sci-fi period drama about another time we learned the truth was out there.

USS Indianapolis: The Final Chapter (PBS) This documentary promises to be the “definitive story” of the World War II ship that delivered the atomic bomb destined for Hiroshima and was then sunk by a Japanese submarine.

Garage Rehab (Discovery) It’s the second season of the reality series about three guys who travel the country to save struggling automotive shops.

How the Universe Works (Science Channel) The network’s longest running, and most popular, space series is ready to blast off with its seventh season.

January 9

The Dictator’s Playbook (PBS) From Kim Il Sung to Saddam Hussein: This documentary series looks at why and how some of the world’s scariest dictators rose to power.

I’m Sorry (truTV) So not sorry to have Andrea Savage’s scathing Curb Your Enthusiasm-like show back on the air.

Jon Glaser Loves Gear (truTV) Comedian Glaser’s mockumentary is back with more geeeeaaaarrrrr for its second season.

Nature: Attenborough and the Sea Dragon (PBS) David Attenborough hosts what is being described as a “detective story” about the history of the Ichthyosaur, a fish lizard older than dinosaurs.

Schooled (ABC) The spinoff of The Goldbergs jumps to then 1990s and stars Tim Meadows, Bryan Callen, Brett Dier, and AJ Michalka.

You’re the Worst (FXX) Dogs do eat nachos and all good things must come to an end. Prepare yourselves for the final season, Worsties.

Match Game (ABC) Alec Baldwin and his skinny microphone are back for another chapter of this rebooted game show.

Godzilla: The Planet Eater (Netflix) The Japanese computer-animated kaiju film is the third installment of the anime trilogy about the monster from directors Kōbun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita.

January 10

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) B99’s resurrection on NBC is bittersweet; this is co-star Chelsea Peretti’s final season.

Fam (CBS) The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev stars in this comedy about a woman hoping to get in with her fiance’s family -- if only her own teenage sister would get on board with that plan.

The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta (A&E) This spinoff of the popular true-crime series starts off big: Its first episode focuses on Atlanta’s “Fallen Angel,” a young woman found naked and shot to death in a neighborhood park.

The Rap Game (Lifetime) Among the established artists appearing in the fifth season of Jermaine Dupri and Queen Latifah’s televised search for the next great rap star are Will.I.Am, Lil Jon, and Killer Mike.

Growing Up Hip Hop (WE Tv) In this season in the reality series about hip-hop scions, Angela Simmons (daughter of Rev Run) discusses her relationships and public scrutiny, Romeo Miller and his dad Master P go to New Orleans to help an incarcerated relative, and more.

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (WE Tv) This season finds some of the biggest names in hip hop in need of some relationship TLC, including Soulja Boy and Nia Riley and Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera.

Roswell: Mysteries Decoded (The CW) Ahead of the network’s re-imagining of the WB/UPN gem on January 15, this special will look at the active cold case surrounding the mysterious crash in Roswell, New Mexico in the summer of 1947.

When Heroes Fly (Netflix) Starring Fauda’s Tomer Kappon, this Hebrew-language drama follows four Israeli military veterans who head to Colombia in search of a loved was presumed dead.

January 11

The Cleveland Orchestra Centennial Celebration (PBS) To celebrate this organization’s 100 years, Franz Welser-Most conducted a production that featured works by Mozart, Strass, and Ravel.

Friends from College (Netflix) Didn’t know we needed a second season of this show, but OK.

Future Man (Hulu) This Terminator style sci-fi comedy loves its pop culture references. So it’s fitting that its second season premiere’s title is “The I of the Tiger.”

James Davis: Live From The Town (Comedy Central) The former host of the channel’s Hood Adjacent offers everything from a Barack Obama impression to a dissection of topics like #MeToo and police violence.

Sex Education (Netflix) Gillian Anderson plays a sex therapist with a socially awkward son (played by Asa Butterfield) in this coming-of-age movie.

Informer (Amazon Prime) Paddy Considine, Bel Powley, and newcomer Nabhaan Rizwan star in this London-set counter-terrorism thriller created by Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani and directed by Jonny Campbell.

Back With the Ex (Netflix) This new reality series reunites a group of singles to see if they can again make sparks fly with their exes.

Hanging With the Hendersons (Animal Planet) This new docu-series follows a family of veterinarians in Colorado.

The Last Laugh (Netflix) Chevy Chase and Richard Dreyfuss star in this road-trip comedy about an aging comic who agrees to go on one final tour.

Solo (Netflix) Based on true events, this film follows a surfer who falls off a cliff in the Canary Islands and must fight for survival.

January 12

Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN) Life coach and inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant returns for a ninth season of guidance.

Love & Marriage: Huntsville (OWN) This new reality series looks at three powerful African-American families in Alabama.

My Mother's Split Personalities (Lifetime) After two years, Julie Price (Kayla Wallace) returns to live with her estranged mother Gail (Lindsay Hartley) … only to find her completely under the control of her criminal boyfriend, Warren (Jefferson Brown).

One Winter Proposal (Hallmark) Taylor Cole and Jack Turner star in this TV movie about people who look picture-perfect in parkas.

January 13

24th Annual Critics' Choice Awards (The CW) You know you want to watch another award show …

Three's Complicated (TV One) Shameless actress Shanola Hampton stars and executive produces this romantic comedy about a divorcee who has a weekend fling with a guy—but she doesn’t know he’s also dating her daughter. Awkward.

Total Bellas (E!) Who’s ready to throw down with WWE royalty for another season?

True Detective (HBO) The much-hyped, often troubled miniseries returns for a third season; this time starring Mahershala Ali and jumping over three time periods.

Valley of the Boom (Nat Geo) House of Lies creator Matthew Carnahan uses an all-star cast—Bradley Whitford!—and a team of in-the-new researchers and producers—Arianna Huffington!—to show how Silicon Valley as we know it came to be.

Victoria (PBS) The other show about a famous British female monarch returns for a third season.

Victoria & Albert: The Wedding (PBS) English historian Lucy Worsley walks us through a reimagining of “one of the most famous weddings of all time.”

American Style (CNN) This four-part miniseries looks at how fashion has mirrored our country’s political, social and economic climate.

Best Friend's Betrayal (Lifetime) Mary Grill and Vanessa Walsh star as best friends who let a man get between them. Then things get weird.

Disasters at Sea (Smithsonian Channel) This new series about crews in peril starts with the story of the Derbyshire, a ship that mysteriously disappeared in Typhoon Alley.

Tigtone (Adult Swim) This new animated series follows a “quest-addicted hero who slashes his way through a satirical fantasy universe.”

January 14

The Passage (Fox) Based on the Justin Cronin books, Mark-Paul Gosselaar stars as a federal agent/protector of a young girl wanted as a test subject for a secret government program.

Those Who Can’t (truTV) Teaching is exhausting. Watching this show is entertaining.

Rodents of Unusual Size (PBS) Despite the A+ name, this docu-series has zero to do with the late William Goldman and is actually about Louisiana’s battle against giant swamp rats.

Dirty John, The Dirty Truth (Oxygen) This documentary about con-man John Meehan is a companion piece to the scripted series based on the Los Angeles Times project that the network ran last year.

Donna Summer: Disco Queen (Reelz) This special delves into how the musician earned her glittery crown.

Lost Gold (Travel Channel) Brothers Jesse and Josh Feldman take us on their treasure hunts throughout America, scouring old maps, diaries and records, and interviewing locals along the way.

Made in Staten Island (MTV) This new series from Mob Wives’ Karen Gravano is billed as a “coming-of-age story that follows a group of rebellious young adults and their families as they struggle to break away from the temptations of the criminal lifestyle they were born into.”

Sidelined (Lifetime) This documentary film concentrates on the NFL cheerleaders who became embroiled in controversy when they posed for Playboy in 1978.

Fyre Fraud (Hulu) Directors Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby describe this documentary about the epic fail of a music festival as "more than the story of a failed music festival in the Bahamas—this dark comedy is a cautionary tale for a generation."

January 15

American Experience (PBS) The documentary series’ 30th season premieres with an episode titled “The Swamp,” which details humans’ history of attempting to conquer the Florida Everglades.

Corporate (Comedy Central) It’s just like your job. Which is terrifying.

Drunk History (Comedy Central) Among the stories coming for Season Six are an Are You Afraid of the Dark-style telling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (Evan Rachel Wood plays Mary; Will Ferrell plays the monster).

Roswell, New Mexico (The CW) A reboot of sorts of the UPN/WB series, this version comes from The Originals’ Carina MacKenzie and focuses on a daughter of undocumented immigrants who discovers that a former crush is actually an alien.

Temptation Island (USA) You’re not wrong. This was a reality show. Someone thought it needed a reboot.

Bird vs. Plane: Miracle on the Hudson (Smithsonian Channel) Forensic ornithologists explore aviation’s bird strike problem, such as the one that resulted in the infamous US Airways Flight 1549 landing in 2009.

Revenger (Netflix) This action film follows a former detective who infiltrates an island full of death-row inmates in the name of avenging his family.

Sebastian Maniscalco: Stay Hungry (Netflix) This special, which shares the same name as the comedian’s 2018 memoir, will delve into topics like life hacks and rich in-laws.

Teachers (TV Land) Watch it now before it’s too late: This comedy is ending after this, its third season.

January 16

Deadly Class (Syfy) Benjamin Wadsworth, Lara Condor, and Benedict Wong star in this new action-thriller about teen assassins in training.

Schitt’s Creek (Pop) It seems like things are starting to bloom for the Rose family. If nothing else, the fifth season of this Canadian comedy comes with an increased episode order.

Wayne(YouTube Premium) Think Bruce Wayne, but with Boston street smarts instead of Gotham City cash flow. Mark McKenna and Ciara Bravo star as the teens on the hunt to reclaim a 1978 Pontiac Trans Am.

In Pursuit With John Walsh (Investigation Discovery) This new true-crime series will focus on child abductions.

Equus: Story of the Horse (PBS) This two-part special looks at humans' relationship with the mighty steed.

January 17

Backyard Envy (Bravo) James DeSantis, Garrett Magee, and Melissa Brasier’s company may be called Manscapers, but they’re all about developing awesome yards and have nothing to do with personal grooming.

A Discovery of Witches (Shudder and Sundance Now) Matthew Goode, Alex Kingston, and Teresa Palmer star in this British series about a young woman who both embraces her family’s bewitching legacy and falls for a vampire.

Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access) The second season of this series, which has been plagued with some behind-the-scenes hirings and firings, welcomes 10 Things I Hate About You’s Ethan Peck as a young Spock and Hell on Wheel’s Anson Mount as USS Enterprise captain Christopher Pike.

Lip Sync Battle (Paramount Network) Darren Criss, Lele Pons, Prince Royce, and the cast of Queer Eye are competing in this season of the social media-friendly series.

January 18

Chris Distefano: Size 38 Waist (Comedy Central) The Brooklyn native talks about fatherhood, gentrification and more in his hour-long special.

Girl (Netflix) A Cannes darling, this film focuses on a girl who is born in the body of a boy and who dreams of becoming a ballerina.

Grace and Frankie (Netflix) Netflix promises that the fifth season will have Jane Fonda’s Grace and Lily Tomlin’s Frankie “discover the true definition of ‘family.’”

The Grand Tour (Amazon Video) Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond’s car-themed adventure series is all revved up for a third season.

Butterfly (Hulu) Anna Friel and Emmett J. Scanlon star in this British drama series about separated parents who must come together to help their youngest child, who was born a boy but not identifies as a girl.

Carmen Sandiego (Netflix) This reboot of the children’s classic features the voice of Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez.

Close (Netflix) This action film stars Noomi Rapace as a counter-terrorism expert who must protect a young heiress.

Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (Netflix) Documentarian Chris Smith helms this Vice-produced film about the music festival that wasn’t.

Howie Mandel Presents Howie Mandel at the Howie Mandel Comedy Club (Showtime) It’s a comedy special starring, well…

IO (Netflix) Margaret Qualley, Anthony Mackie, and Danny Huston star in this sci-fi film about a young scientist torn over whether to evacuate a dying Earth or try to save it.

The Punisher (Netflix) Because not all of Netflix’s Marvel shows have ended—yet.

Trigger Warning With Killer Mike (Netflix) The rapper and activist promises to take an unconventional approach to covering cultural taboos in this six-part series.

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (Netflix) Those colorful creatures have kept the dance party going for a fifth season.

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes (Netflix) A third season of this British series is just another reminder that your DIY tile job in the bathroom isn’t that special.

Yummy Mummies (Netflix) Anyone else relieved that this is just a show about pretty expectant moms in Australia and not about zombie King Tut?

January 19

Dynasties (BBC America) Another nature miniseries narrated by David Attenborough, this one focuses on endangered species.

Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story (Lifetime) Christina Ricci stars in this biopic about the investigative reporter who went undercover to expose the mistreatment of patients at the Women’s Lunatic Asylum. Judith Light, and Josh Bowman also star.

Brexit (HBO) Benedict Cumberbatch stars in this TV movie about England’s political nightmare, which is directed by Sherlock and Doctor Who’s Toby Haynes and written by playwright James Graham.

Saturday Night Fever: The Ultimate Disco Movie (Reelz) In honor of the John Travolta film’s 40th anniversary, this documentary special looks at a “movie made for pennies that became a box office sensation and cultural phenomenon that got America disco dancing.”

Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice (Oxygen) Retired NYPD Detective Kevin Gannon explores a bunch of drowning deaths that may not be as accidental as they seem.

January 20

Black Monday (Showtime) This dark comedy set in the days after the 1987 Wall Street crash stars Don Cheadle, Regina Hall, Paul Scheer, and Andrew Rannells.

Crashing (HBO) Pete joins a Christian comics’ tour, finds love, and gets advice on orgasm faking from his mother in the third season.

High Maintenance (HBO) Same guy. Different buds.

Shameless (Showtime) Will Emmy Rossum’s Fiona catch a break before the actress leaves the show?

SMILF (Showtime) Among the guest stars for the second season of Frankie Shaw’s semi-autobiographical comedy are Melanie Griffith and Ally Sheedy.

Mark of a Killer (Oxygen) Detectives and criminal psychology experts explore serial killers’ disturbing habits and trademark clues.

Ruby Herring Mysteries: Silent Witness (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) Taylor Cole and Stephen Huszar star as an intrepid reporter and a reluctant (but handsome) detective who team up to solve crime.

Seeking Sister Wife (TLC) It’s a new season of the docu-series about three families who are “seeking, dating or transitioning a new sister wife into their lives.”

Sister Wives (TLC) Another season, another chance to get to know polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives.

January 21

Celebrity Big Brother (CBS) The biggest drama surrounding this reality series may be whether Julie Chen Moonves should continue to host it, given her husband’s sexual misconduct allegations.

Dating #NoFilter (E!) As if dating weren’t awkward enough, now we have this new unscripted series where “three pairs of outspoken comedians will serve up play-by-plays as they follow real singles on the most outrageous, intimate, and surprising first dates.”

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (PBS) Featuring everyone from Martin Scorsese to Quincy Jones to Slash, this documentary from Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana looks at how Native American musicians transformed American blues, jazz and rock.

Justice (Netflix) Nathan Parsons, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and more star in this Western about a U.S. Marshall who must avenge his preacher brother in a small Nevada town.

January 22

Conan (TBS) After a hiatus, Conan O’Brien’s nightly talk show returns in an abridged format.

Many Sides of Jane (A&E) This new docu-series follows Jane Hart, a young mother who was recently diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder).

Siesta Key (MTV) It’s the second season of this reality series, which “follows a group of young adults confronting issues of love, heartbreak, betrayal, class, and looming adulthood.”

January 23

The Magicians (Syfy) Not yet under the spell of this addictive drama? What are you waiting for?

Suits (USA) Yes, they are still making this show without Meghan Markle.

Knight Fight (History) Ready your weapons. This new reality series explores the Armored Combat League, aka the “Medieval MMA” or “Knight Fight Club.”

January 24

Broad City (Comedy Central) No, queen! This is Abbi and Ilana’s last hurrah.

The Other Two (Comedy Central) A comedy from Saturday Night Live alums Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider, Drew Tarver and Heléne Yorke star as siblings struggling to find success who have to watch their younger brother suddenly achieve stardom.

Siren (Freeform) This season, we learn that merfolk of all genders have lived among the people of Bristol Cove all along.

Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix) Another day, another Netflix true-crime series hoping to become essential water cooler fodder.

January 25

Doubt from Minnesota Opera (PBS) This is an operatic adaptation of John Patrick Shanley's award-winning play and film.

Kingdom (Netflix) (*Stefon voice*) This show has everything: It’s a zombie thriller set during medieval times in Korea. And it’s already been renewed for a second season.

Roy Wood Jr.: No One Loves You (Comedy Central) The Daily Show correspondent’s second hour-long special promises to cover light-hearted topics like failed struggles to cover up #MeToo allegations and national anthem protests.

Sydney to the Max (Disney Channel) This new tween comedy about a middle school daughter and her single dad plays on the idea of whether we can ever really understand our parents.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix) Kimmy Ends Her Series!

Black Earth Rising (Netflix) John Goodman and Michaela Coel star in this thriller about the prosecution of an African warlord in the International Criminal Court.

Club de Cuervos (Netflix) It’s the fourth and final season of this comedy series about a Mexican soccer club.

I Lived with a Killer (Reelz) BTK Killer Denis Rader’s daughter Kerri Rawson, the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway’s wife Judith Lorraine Lynch, Sammy ‘the Bull’ Gravano’s daughter Karen Gravano, D.C. Sniper John Allen Muhammad’s wife Mildred Muhammad, and more explain what it’s like to live with a person who committed heinous acts.

Medici: The Magnificent (Netflix) The second chapter of this Italian period drama stars Game of Thrones’ Sean Bean. It’s a follow-up to Medici: Masters of Florence, which starred Thrones’ Richard Madden.

Polar (Netflix) Mads Mikkelsen and Vanessa Hudgens star in this film adaptation of the action noir comic about a retiring assassin who realizes he’s now the target.

Soft Focus with Jena Friedman (Adult Swim) The stand-up and filmmaker’s new special will include a segment on sexual harassment and an interview with computer programmer, businessman, and aspiring U.S. president John McAfee.

Strike Back (Cinemax) Jamie Bamber and Yasemin Kay Allen join for the series’ seventh season.

January 26

Amanda Seales: I Be Knowin' (HBO) This is the Insecure actress’—and one of the busiest women in comedy—first hour-long special.

Destination France: The Birthplace of Luxury (Ovation) Host Chelsea Cannell gives Francophiles major FOMO as she gallivants across France.

Love You to Death (Lifetime) Marcia Gay Harden, Emily Skeggs, and Tate Donovan star in this TV movie that’s based on the bizarre true story about a murdered mother and the kidnapping of her wheelchair-bound daughter.

Slenderman Stabbing: The Untold Story (Reelz) This two-hour documentary looks at what led up to the bizarre 2014 murder of Payton Leutner.

SnowComing (Hallmark) Lindy Booth, Trevor Donovan, Joe Theismann, and Ed Marinaro star in this TV movie about a woman who returns home for her father’s retirement and (of course) her town’s famous winter festival. Obviously, she runs into her ex and it’s not just the snow flurries that start to flutter.

January 27

25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS and TNT) Alan Alda will receive this year’s lifetime achievement award.

Rent (Fox) Usher in a new season of love with this live staging of the beloved musical, this time starring Vanessa Hudgens, Brandon Victor Dixon, Kiersey Clemons, and Tinashe.

Mystery 101 (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) Jill Wagner and Kristoffer Polaha star as an English professor and a detective who team up to solve a college student’s murder using the reasons of crime fiction novels.

January 28

I Am the Night (TNT) This six-hour period crime drama from Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins (and starring Chris Pine as a journalist) is about a white teenager raised by a black mother who has some questions about her origin story.

The King (PBS) Nearly a half-century after the musician’s death, filmmaker Eugene Jarecki takes Elvis Presley’s 1963 Rolls-Royce on a musical road trip across America. He interviews Alec Baldwin, Rosanne Cash, Chuck D, Emmylou Harris, Ethan Hawke, Van Jones, Mike Myers, and Dan Rather along the way.

January 29

Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias: One Show Fits All (Netflix) The comedian’s new special delves into topics like his teenage son and encounters with Snoop Dogg.

Super Bowl Greatest Commercials (CBS) CBS Sports' Boomer Esiason and NCIS: Los Angeles star Daniela Ruah host this special dedicated to the very things that, if this were any other program, we flip through.

January 30

Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television* (YouTube Premium) Wood Harris replaces Samira Wiley as Ryan Hansen's unwilling partner in crime-solving for the comedy's second season.

January 31

30 for 30: Deion's Double Play (ESPN) Ken Rogers and Erik Powers direct the last film in this series, which looks back at that time Deion Sanders almost played for the NFL and MLB on the same day.

Famous Fortune Fights (Reelz) This new series has husband and wife media experts and attorneys Danielle and Andy Mayora exploring financial legal battles of some of the biggest stars, starting with Johnny Depp.

February 1

The ABC Murders (Amazon Prime) John Malkovich, Rupert Grint, Eamon Farren, and Andrew Buchan star in this BBC-produced limited series based on the Agatha Christie novel.

Russian Doll (Netflix) Natasha Lyonne stars in this Groundhog’s Day style comedy series about a woman who is the guest of honor at a mysterious party where she dies—only to wake up the next day totally fine and still stuck at the fete.

Siempre Bruja (Netflix) A witch time-travels to modern-day Cartagena to avoid being burned at the stake in this Colombian TV show.

February 2

Death of a Cheerleader (Lifetime) Lifetime network staple Kellie Martin, who starred in the original version of this TV movie, is back for the remake—this time playing the FBI agent who cracks the case. (Aubrey Peeples and Sarah Dugdale take over as the leads).

February 3

Super Bowl LIII (CBS) Apparently we are still condoning head injuries in the name of entertainment and advertising dollars.

The World’s Best (CBS) James Corden somehow has time to host another show. This one’s a talent competition series and its judges include RuPaul Charles, Drew Barrymoore, and Faith Hill.

February 4

Elvis Goes There (Epix) Film critic Elvis Mitchell joins superstar creators like Guillermo del Toro and Sofia Coppola as they take him to places that motivated their work.

February 5

American Soul (BET) Sinqua Walls, Kelly Rowland, and Kelly Price star in this miniseries about the making of Soul Train.

February 8

PEN15 (Hulu) Series creators Anna Konkle and Maya Erskin star as the actual middle-school versions of themselves, because the wounds of adolescence really can take years to heal.

One Day at a Time (Netflix) Come for Rita Moreno. Stay for proof that the multi-cam format can prosper in Peak TV.

High Flying Bird (Netflix) Director Steven Soderbergh’s new film basketball drama is about a sports agent (André Holland) and rookie player (Melvin Gregg) and is set during an NBA lockout.

2 Dope Queens (HBO) Cocoa Khaleesis Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson return for more live shows based on their popular podcast, this time with guests like Lupita Nyong’o (for an episode about fashion) and Daniel Radcliffe (for an episode about nostalgia).

White Dragon (Amazon Prime) Doctor Who's John Simm plays a London professor attempting to solve his wife's mysterious death in this new drama.

February 9

Victoria Gotti: My Father's Daughter (Lifetime) The mafia princess executive producers and narrates her life story.

February 10

61st Annual Grammy Awards (CBS) Dolly Parton will be honored as this year’s MusiCares Person of the Year, making her the first country artist to be recognized in this manner.

Margaret: The Rebel Princess (PBS) Can’t get enough of her in The Crown? This two-part special looks at Queen Elizabeth II’s younger sister, or as the press release puts it, the “woman whose own life and loves reflected the social and sexual upheavals of the 20th century.”

Ride With Norman Reedus (AMC) The third season of The Walking Dead star’s motorcycle-themed travel series has a guest list that’s heavy on his costars past and present (Andrew Lincoln, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Steven Yeun) as well as singers like Marilyn Manson.

The Walking Dead (AMC) Rick Grimes’ motto: Not quite dead yet.

Hustle (Viceland) With executive producers that include Alicia Keys and Marcus Samuelsson, this series follows host John Henry as he checks in with struggling business owners.

Slutever (Viceland) It’s the second season of sex writer Karley Sciortino’s series that challenges the way we look at topics like sexuality, gender and love.

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… (Reelz) This season of the series that looks into the deaths of famous faces will discuss into the final hours of Michael Clarke Duncan, Rue McClanahan, Howard Hughes, Christopher Reeve, Luther Vandross, John Candy, and Rick James.

Price of Fame (Reelz) Selena Gomez, Angelina Jolie, Robert Downey Jr., Mackenzie Phillips, Princess Diana, and the cast of Diff’rent Strokes are the subjects for this season of the docu-series that explores celebrities’ troubled lives.

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Netflix) The comedian returns for new weekly episodes that discuss culture and politics. But will that also include talk of that episode the digital channel pulled last year?

America's Lost Vikings (Science Channel) This new series has archaeologists and explorers Blue Nelson and Mike Arbuthnot explore the evidence that Norseman landed on the coast of North America 500 years before Christopher Columbus.

February 11

American Dad! (TBS) Stan Smith and his family return to TV, like the good patriots that they are.

February 12

The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti (HBO) This documentary on the NFL Hall of Famer also looks at his career as a lawyer, sports agent, broadcaster, executive, and philanthropist.

Miracle Workers (TBS) Steve Buscemi plays God in this workplace comedy set in heaven.

February 13

Weird City (YouTube Premium) This new sci-fi anthology series from Jordan Peele and Charlie Sanders attempts to be the Black Mirror of comedy. Guest stars include Sara Gilbert, Rosario Dawson, Awkwafina, and Ed O'Neill.

February 14

The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook (Ovation) Join actor Sam Neill as he retraces the famed captain’s trek across the largest ocean in the world.

February 15

Proven Innocent (Fox) Kelsey Grammer and Rachelle Lefevre star in this new legal drama about a firm that represents the wrongly convicted.

The Umbrella Academy (Netflix) Based on the graphic novels by My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way, this live-action series about a family of superheroes stars Ellen Page, Mary J. Blige, Tom Hopper, and more.

Doom Patrol (DC Universe) A spin-off of Titans, the latest live-action series from the new streaming service stars Timothy Dalton, Matt Bomer, Brendan Fraser, April Bowlby, and more.

Kim Possible (Disney Channel) This live-action TV movie based on the animated hit stars Sadie Stanley and Sean Giambrone.

Lorena (Amazon Prime) Counting Jordan Peele as an executive producer and directed by Joshua Rofé (Lost for Life), this docu-series re-examines the lives and scandal surrounding John Wayne and Lorena Bobbitt.

February 16

Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted to You (Lifetime) Australian singer Delta Goodrem plays Newton-John in this biopic.

Feburary 17

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) What online auctions will the show’s staff bid on for its sixth season?

Don't Be Tardy... (Bravo) The latest season of this The Real Housewives of Atlanta has matriarch Kim Zolciak wishing things would slow down as she (and her kids) get older.

February 19

American Masters: Sammy Davis, Jr.: I've Gotta Be Me (PBS) This film documentary looks at the late entertainer’s life through the eyes of the civil rights movement.

At Home with Amy Sedaris (truTV) The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean Amy—and special guests like Matthew Broderick, Justin Theroux, Susan Sarandon, Fred Armisen, and Rose Byrne—can’t teach us how to keep the festivities going.

February 20

Documentary Now! (IFC) The third season of Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, and Rhys Thomas’ documentary parody show will most definitely offer some Wild Wild Country side-eye.

February 21

Desus & Mero (Showtime) Desus Nice (Daniel Baker) and The Kid Mero’s (Joel Martinez) popular talk show moves to Showtime from Viceland, making it the former’s first foray into the weekly late-night format.

The Oath (Sony Crackle) It’s the second season of this dark crime drama, which counts 50 Cent as an executive producer.

Flack (Pop) Anna Paquin stars as an American publicist in London in this dramedy from The Full Monty director Peter Cattaneo.

February 22

American Masters: Charley Pride: I'm Just Me (PBS) The life of country music superstar Charley Pride serves as entry point into the complicated history of the American South.

February 23

34th Independent Spirit Awards (IFC) This year’s nominees for best picture are Eighth Grade, First Reformed, If Beale Street Could Talk, Leave No Trace, and You Were Never Really Here.

O.G. (HBO) Jeffrey Wright stars as a former prison gang leader who takes a new arrival under his wings just as he’s about to be released. William Fichtner and Theothus Carter also star.

February 24

91st Annual Academy Awards (ABC) Lock in your predictions and fire up Twitter … it’s Oscar time.

February 25

Shadowhunters (Freeform) Prepare for the final hunt before Freeform officially shuts off this supernatural drama’s lights.

It’s a Hard Truth Ain’t It (HBO) Filmed in tandem with O.G. at Indiana’s Pendleton Correctional Facility, this documentary profiles 13 men incarcerated at the facility—several of whom were also cast as first-time actors in the Jeffrey Wright movie.

The Enemy Within (NBC) Jennifer Carpenter stars as a former CIA operative now branded a traitor and serving time in a Supermax prison. She’s also the only hope Morris Chestnut’s FBI agent has of tracking down an elusive spy in this new series.

The Voice (NBC) John Legend joins Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton in the red swivel chairs for the show’s 16th season.

February 26

World of Dance (NBC) Scott Evans replaces Jenna Dewan as host for the show’s third season.

Mental Samurai (Fox) Rob Lowe hosts this quiz show that's as much about speed as it is about trivia.

MasterChef Junior (Fox) It's the seventh season of the reality series that "gives talented kids between the ages of eight and 13 the chance to showcase their culinary abilities and passion for food through a series of delicious challenges" all in the hopes of winning the title of MasterChef Junior and a $100,000 prize.

February 27

Whiskey Cavalier (ABC) Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan star as CIA agents who head an "inter-agency team of flawed, funny and heroic spies." Their first task? Getting people to stop mocking their show's name.

February 28

Wife Swap (CMT) Yeah, someone thought it’d be a good idea to revive this show. In this socio-political climate.

Better Things (FX) The third season of Pamela Adlon's award-winning dramedy welcomes a bunch of new faces—Sharon Stone, Matthew Broderick, Doug Jones, Glynn Turman, Judy Reyes, Cree Summer, Charlie Robinson, Janina Gavankar, and Marsha Thomason, among them—and ditches at least one (co-creator Louis C.K.).

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Winter TV 2018: Premiere dates for new and returning shows

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By Kristi Turnquist | The Oregonian/OregonLive

After the holiday break, 2018 kicks off with another jumbo batch of new and returning TV shows. Whether you call it midseason, or the winter/spring TV season, or what's coming soon in TV, the 2018 schedule is packed with old favorites picking up after holiday breaks ("This Is Us"), familiar titles coming back for new seasons ("The Amazing Race"), and freshman series that clicked with viewers ("The Good Doctor.")

Among the highlights: the eighth and final season of "Portlandia" (starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, pictured), and "Here and Now," a new HBO series that's set and partially filmed in Portland.

Here’s a look at what’s coming your way in the winter and spring of 2018.


"The Bachelor": Arie Luyendyk Jr. and a new bunch of bachelorettes go through the familiar, rose-bedecked routine. (8 p.m. ABC/2)

"Lovesick": The British sitcom returns for a new season. (Netflix)

"Valor": The youth-leaning military drama returns. (The CW 9 p.m. The CW/3)


"Lethal Weapon": The buddy cops are back. (8 p.m. Fox/12)

"LA to Vegas": Dylan McDermott stars in a new comedy about the crew and passengers of a low-rent airline. (9 p.m. Fox/12)

"Bull": Michael Weatherly and cohorts are back. (9 p.m. CBS/6)

"The Mick": Oregon's own Kaitlin Olson and the rest return. (9:30 p.m. Fox/12)

"Chicago Med": They're back on the job. (10 p.m. NBC/8)

"NCIS: New Orleans": The crime-fighting continues. (10 p.m. CBS/6)

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"Grown-ish": Yara Shahihi continues her role as Zoey Johnson from "Black-ish," but in this spinoff, she's the star, and Zoey's beginning college. (8 p.m. Freeform)

"The X-Files": After 2016's limited series revival, Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) are reunited, and it still feels so good, even when the individual episodes aren't up to the show's high standard. (8 p.m. Fox/12)

"The Blacklist": Now that Tom is toast, what's next for Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone.) Something wild, we're guessing. (8 p.m. NBC/8)

"The Amazing Race": It's Season 30, and they're still sending teams around the world. (8 p.m. CBS/6)

"The Goldbergs": The family's back to dish up more comedy, '80s-style. (8 p.m. ABC/2

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"Speechless": More family comedy as the DiMeo clan returns. (8:30 p.m. ABC/2)

"Law & Order: SVU": Don't even think about giving Benson a hard time, as the long-running drama returns for more crime and punishment. (9 p.m. NBC/8)

"Modern Family": If you don't know what this show is about by now, I give up. (9 p.m. ABC/2)

"SEAL Team": David Boreanaz leads the team into more action as Season 1 continues. (9 p.m. CBS/6)

"American Housewife": Still more family fun. ( 9:30 p.m. ABC/2)

"Chicago P.D.": Crime never sleeps on TV. (10 p.m. NBC/8)

"Criminal Minds": See above. (10 p.m. CBS/6)

"Match Game": Alec Baldwin returns to host more double-entendre games and jokes. (10 p.m. ABC/2)

"9-1-1": A new procedural drama from executive producer Ryan Murphy, starring Angela Bassett and Peter Krause. (10 p.m. Fox/12)


"The Four: Battle for Stardom": "American Idol" may have moved over to ABC, but Fox offers up a new singing competition, featuring Sean "Diddy" Combs, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor and record label executive Charlie Walk. (8 p.m. Fox/12)

"Superstore": The workplace comedy returns. (8 p.m. NBC/8)

"The Big Bang Theory": The comedy perennial continues its season. (8 p.m. CBS/6)

"Young Sheldon": One of the fall's new hits returns. (8:30 p.m. CBS/6)

"The Good Place": The afterlife comedy returns. (8:30 p.m. NBC/8)

"Will & Grace": The revival hit is back for more. (9 p.m. NBC/8)

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"Nashville": The musical drama hasn't been renewed, so enjoy it while you can. (9 p.m. CMT)

"Mom": Allison Janney, so great in the current movie, "I, Tonya," returns with Anna Faris and the rest of the cast for more comedy with a bite. (9 p.m. CBS/6)

"Great News": And still more workplace comedy. (9:30 p.m. NBC/8)

"Life in Pieces": The family comedy is back. (9:30 p.m. CBS/6)

"Chicago Fire": And the Chicago shows just keep coming back. (10 p.m. NBC/8)

"SWAT": The freshman crime drama continues its first season. (10 p.m. CBS/6)

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"Child Support": Fred Savage hosts a new game show in which contestants try to answer questions, but if they guess wrong, children – supervised by executive producer Ricky Gervais – take a stab at answering. (8 p.m. ABC/2)

"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend": The musical romcom/drama returns. (8 p.m. The CW/3)

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"Ghosted": The freshman comedy returns. (8:30 p.m. Fox/12)

"NCIS: Los Angeles": Remember when we said about crime never sleeping? Here's more proof. (9 p.m. CBS/6)

"The Last Man on Earth": The end-of-the-world comedy is back. (9:30 p.m. Fox/12)

"The Chi": Emmy winner Lena Waithe ("Master of None") created this new series about life among a varied group of residents in the south side of Chicago. (10 p.m. Showtime)

"Madame Secretary": The political drama returns to continue its season. (10 p.m. CBS/6)

"Star Trek: Discovery": Beam up for more space adventures as Season 1 continues. (CBS All Access)

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"The Good Doctor": Freddie Highmore and the talented cast return for more of the fall's freshman hit drama. (10 p.m. ABC/2)

"The Brave": One of the season's many military dramas resumes action. (10 p.m. NBC/8)

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"The Fosters": The family drama returns. (8 p.m. Freeform)

"This Is Us": After an uneven start to Season 2, last year's breakout hit returns for the second half. (9 p.m. NBC/8)

"Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots": Season 5 begins. (9 p.m. OWN)

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"Alone Together": New comedy from executive producers Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone about young people in L.A. trying to make their way in the world. (8:30 p.m. Freeform)

"The Magicians": The popular fantasy/action series returns. (Syfy)

"Tyler Perry's If Loving You Is Wrong": A new season of drama. (10 p.m. OWN)


"Making a Model With Yolanda Hadid": Former model -- and mother of current catwalk stars Gigi and Bella Hadid -- Yolanda Hadid hosts a new series in which six modeling hopefuls learn modeling basics, with their momagers along for the ride. Among the teams: 13-year-old Athena and her mother Diana Katoanga, from Portland. (10 p.m. Lifetime)

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"Blindspot": The intrigue continues. (8 p.m. NBC/8)

"Taken": More espionage action as the series returns. (9 p.m. NBC/8)

"Disjointed": Kathy Bates and her stoner pals are back for more comedy. (Netflix)

"Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams": A new sci-fi anthology. (Amazon Prime)

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"Victoria": The historical drama inspired by the life of Queen Victoria returns for a second season. (9 p.m. PBS/10)

"Divorce": Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church return for Season 2 of the comedy-drama. (10 p.m. HBO)

"Crashing": Pete Holmes is back for a second season of the comedy inspired by his life. (10:30 p.m. HBO)

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"Kevin Can Wait": Kevin James is back for more comedy. (8 p.m. CBS/6)

"9JKL": The freshman comedy returns. (8:30 p.m. CBS/6)

"Chain of Command": A new documentary series chronicling what the press release calls "the front lines of the U.S. fight against extremism." (9 p.m. National Geographic Channel)

"Man With a Plan": The Matt Le Blanc comedy is back. (9 p.m. CBS/6)

"Superior Donuts": More tasty comedy. (9:30 p.m. CBS/6)

"Scorpion": The super-smart team returns. (10 p.m. CBS/6)

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"The Flash": Our hero speeds back into action. (8 p.m. The CW/3)

"Black Lightning": The DC Comics superhero gets his own series. (9 p.m. The CW/3)

"Tyler Perry's The Paynes": Family comedy from Tyler Perry. (10 p.m. OWN)

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"Riverdale": Everybody's talking about the "Twin Peaks"-y TV take on Archie comics. (8 p.m. The CW/3)

"Dynasty": The revived version of the '80s soap continues. (9 p.m. The CW/3)

"The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story": A limited series inspired by the true story of design star Gianna Versace's murder. Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz, Ricky Martin and Darren Criss star. (10 p.m. FX)

"Corporate": New workplace comedy series debuts. (10 p.m. Comedy Central)

"The Path": The drama about a cult-like spiritual group returns for a new season. (Hulu)

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"Grey's Anatomy": The medical drama that has found eternal life returns. (8 p.m. ABC/2)

"Supernatural": And speaking of shows with eternal life…. (8 p.m. The CW/3)

"Beyond": The supernatural series returns. (8 p.m. Freeform)

"Scandal": Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) is back in gladiator mode as the political melodrama returns. (9 p.m. ABC/2)

"Arrow": More DC Comics-inspired superheroics. (9 p.m. The CW/3)

"Portlandia": Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein return for the eighth and final season. (10 p.m. IFC)

"How to Get Away With Murder": The over-the-top drama returns. (10 p.m. ABC/2)

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"Real Time With Bill Maher": Well, Maher should have plenty of material as his new season begins. (10 p.m. HBO)

"High Maintenance": The bike-riding weed delivery guy and his clients are back for a new season. (11 p.m. HBO)

"Grace and Frankie": Lisa Kudrow joins Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as the new season begins. (Netflix)

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"Planet Earth: Blue Planet II": More marine documentary in the second season. (BBC America)


"The Resident": A new medical drama starring Matt Czuchry ("The Good Wife") and Emily VanCamp ("Revenge.") (7 p.m. PT Fox/12)

"Counterpart": Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons stars in a new spy drama. (8 p.m. Starz)

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"Mosaic": Steven Soderbergh created and directs a new murder mystery limited series. (8 p.m. HBO)

"The Alienist": Caleb Carr's bestseller about the search for a serial killer in 1896 New York City is turned into a series, starring Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning. (9 p.m. TNT)

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"Baskets": The off-kilter comedy returns for a new season. (10 p.m. FX)

"The Quad": Anika Noni Rose and Ruben Santiago-Hudson return for Season 2 of the series about students ans faculty at a historically black university. (10 p.m. BET)

"Bellevue": Anna Paquin stars in this Canadian crime drama. (10 p.m. WGN America)

"Drunk History": A new season begins. (10 p.m. Comedy Central)

"The Detour": The unsentimental family comedy returns for a new season. (10:30 p.m. TBS)

"Another Period": The comedy set in the past, but with contemporary raunchiness, returns. (10:30 p.m. Comedy Central)

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"Schitt's Creek": The comedy starring former "SCTV" stalwarts Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara returns for a new season. (8 p.m. Pop)

"Let's Get Physical": A new comedy debuts. (8:30 p.m. Pop)

"Waco": Taylor Kitsch and Michael Shannon star in a limited series based on the 1993 siege in Waco, Texas. (9 p.m. Paramount Network)

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"RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars": Let the competition begin. (8 p.m. VH1)


"Jane the Virgin": The melodrama-comedy returns. (9 p.m. The CW/3)

"One Day at a Time": The reboot of the classic sitcom returns for a new season. (Netflix)

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"A.P. Bio": Glenn Howerton stars in a new comedy from Seth Meyers and Lorne Michaels about an Ivy League scholar who finds himself reduced to working in Toledo, Ohio, as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher. (9:30 p.m. NBC/8)


"Strike Back": The action kicks in for a new season. (9 p.m. Cinemax)

"2 Dope Queens": The hit podcast comes to TV, with Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson. (11:30 p.m. HBO)

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"Celebrity Big Brother": The title says it all. (8 p.m. CBS/6)


"2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony": (Time TBA NBC/8)


"Our Cartoon President": Another animated spoof Donald Trump and his presidency, this one comes from Stephen Colbert. (8 p.m. Showtime)

"Homeland": Claire Danes returns for another sure-to-be-intense season. (9 p.m. Showtime)

"Here and Now": Alan Ball ("Six Feet Under," "True Blood") created this new series starring Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter play a Portland couple, a philosophy professor and his wife whose family includes adopted children from Vietnam, Liberia and Colombia, and a biological child. (9 p.m. HBO)

"Private Eyes": Jason Priestley  and Cindy Sampson star in a new series as a former hockey player (?) and a private investigator team up to take on private eye cases. (9 p.m. Ion Television)

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"Legends of Tomorrow": The heroes return. (9 p.m. The CW/3)


"Everything Sucks!': A new comedy-drama that filmed in Oregon City and is set during 1996 in a high school in Boring, Oregon focuses on members of the AV club and the drama club. (Netflix)

"Mozart in the Jungle": Season 4 begins. (Amazon Prime)


"The Tick": The first season continues. (Amazon Prime)


"Ash vs. Evil Dead": Cult fave and Southern Oregon resident Bruce Campbell returns in Season 3. (9 p.m. Starz)

"The Walking Dead": The season resumes after a holiday break. (9 p.m. AMC)

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"The Voice": The singing competition that seems to be on the air constantly returns for Season 14. (8 p.m. NBC/8)

"Living Biblically": New series about a New York film critic who commits to living his life according to what the Bible says. (9:30 p.m. CBS/6)

"Good Girls": Christina Hendricks and Retta star in a new series about suburban mothers who team up to rob a grocery store. (10 p.m. NBC/8)

"UnReal": The shrewd series about the people who make a show very much like "The Bachelor" returns for Season 3. (10 p.m. Lifetime)

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"Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.": Drama based on the deaths of the music stars, and the investigation into the crimes. (10 p.m. USA)


"Survivor": The reality show returns for Season 36. (8 p.m. CBS/6)

"Designated Survivor": The drama returns. (10 p.m. ABC/2)

"The Looming Tower": Jeff Daniels stars in a limited seies based on the nonfiction book about the events that led up to the terrible events of 9/11. (Hulu)

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"Atlanta: Robbin' Season":Donald Glover's acclaimed comedy-with-drama returns for a second season, (10 p.m. FX)


"Once Upon a Time": The fairy-tale series returns. (8 p.m. ABC/2)


"The Good Fight": The "Good Wife" spinoff returns for Season 1. (CBS All Access)


"Hap and Leonard": James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams return for Season 3. (10 p.m. SundanceTV)

"Hard Sun": Jim Sturgess and Agness Deyn in a new drama from the creator of "Luther." (Hulu)

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"The Oath": A new crime drama from executive producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. (Crackle)

"Jessica Jones": Krysten Ritter returns for Season 2. (Netflix)


"Love": The comedy returns for its final season. (Netflix)


"American Idol": The singing competition Fox canceled lives on at Fox, with Ryan Seacrest back as host and Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie as celebrity judges. (8 p.m. ABC/2)

"Instinct": A James Patterson novel inspired this new crime series starring Alan Cumming. (8 p.m. CBS/6)

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"Rise": Josh Radnor stars in a new series about a teacher trying to reinvigorate a high school theater department. (10 p.m. NBC/8)


"The Terror": Ridley Scott is one of the executive producers of a new drama about a Royal Navy crew trying to find the Northwest Passage. But that's not at all what they discover. (9 p.m. AMC)


"Roseanne": Roseanne Barr, John Goodman and other cast members return for a revival of the famous sitcom. (8 p.m. ABC/2)

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"Siren": It's not "Splash," it's a new series inspired by mermaid legends. (8 p.m. Freeform)


"A Series of Unfortunate Events": Season 2 begins. (Netflix)


"Rellik": A British-made six-part thriller about a detective team investigating a serial killer. (Cinemax)

"Genius": Antonio Banderas stars as Pablo Picasso in a new season. (National Geographic)

"The Handmaid's Tale": Last year's unnervingly timely series returns for Season 2. (Date TBA Hulu)

"Howards End": Kenneth Lonergan adapted E.M. Forster's novel for this miniseries. (Date TBA Starz)

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She’s back! Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is returning to Amazon for its second season on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Season 2 will see Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) dealing with the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon, making her climb up the comedy ladder even more challenging — especially since she’s still keeping her new career as a standup comedian a secret from her family.

Recently added (updated 12/3): History Remembers George H.W. Bush (Dec. 5), Mysterious Islands (Dec. 26), Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration (Dec. 28)

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Sunday, Dec. 2
Life-Size 2: A Christmas Eve(2018)40% 9 p.m., Freeform
Berlin Station: Season 3(2018) 9 p.m., Epix
Inside Syria’s Deadly Dynasty, 9 p.m., Nat Geo
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special, 10 p.m., ABC
()% 10 p.m., Syfy

Monday, Dec. 3
Finding Joy, Acorn TV
Vanderpump Rules: Season 7, 9 p.m., Bravo
Unanchored, 10 p.m., Bravo

Wednesday, Dec. 5
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 2(2018)92% Amazon
Deal or No Deal, CNBC
History Remembers George H.W. Bush, 10 p.m., History Channel

Thursday, Dec. 6
Top Chef: Season 16, 9 p.m., Bravo

Friday, Dec. 7
RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular, 8 p.m., VH1
Love After Lockup: Season 2, 9 p.m., WE tv
Icebox, HBO

Sunday, Dec. 9
Counterpart: Season 2(2018)100% 9 p.m., Starz
Deadly Legacy, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 10
9th Annual CMA Country Christmas, 8 p.m., ABC
Pentatonix: A Not-So-Silent Night, 10 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Dec. 11
Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, 7:30 p.m., Showtime

Wednesday, Dec. 12
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel HQ YouTube Channel
Champaign Ill, YouTube Premium
Agnostic Front: Godfathers of Hardcore, 7 p.m., Showtime
Paris to Pittsburgh, 9 p.m., National Geographic
Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Thursday, Dec. 13
Dr. Pimple Popper: The 12 Pops of Christmas, 9 p.m., TLC
The Carbonaro Effect: Season 4(2018) 10 p.m., tru TV (midseason premiere)
GG Allin: All In the Family, 10 p.m., Showtime

Friday, Dec. 14
Roma(2018)96% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 4(2018) Netflix
Tidelands: Season 1(2018)77% Netflix
Travelers: Season 3(2018) Netflix
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8(2018)86% Netflix
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 1(2018)91% A Midwinter’s Tale, Netflix
Cuckoo, Netflix
The Innocent Man, Netflix
The Protector, Netflix
Sunderland Til I Die, Netflix
LOL: Last One Laughing, Amazon
RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 4(2018)86% 8 p.m., VH1
High & Mighty, 8 p.m., HBO Latino
k.d. lang: Landmarks Live in Concert – A Great Performances Special, 9 p.m., PBS
Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch: Loud Krazy Love, 10 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 15
Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean, HBO
Dannemora Prison Break, 7 p.m., Oxygen

Sunday, Dec. 16
Springsteen on Broadway, Netflix
The Simpsons 30th Anniversary Marathon, 9 a.m., FXX
2018 Miss Universe, 7 p.m., Fox

Monday, Dec. 17
Blood, Acorn TV
America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions, 10 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Dec. 19
Overthinking with Kat & June: Season 1() YouTube Premium
Schitt's Creek93%: Holiday Episode, 10 p.m., Pop
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents “Christmas on I.C.E.” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Thursday, Dec. 20
Timeless91%: Series Finale, 8 p.m., NBC

Friday, Dec. 21
Marvel's Runaways: Season 2(2018)86% Hulu
Vanity Fair: Miniseries(2018)89% Amazon
Bird Box(2018)63% Netflix
Perfume: Season 1, Netflix
38Below: Tales of Arcadia, Netflix
Derry Girls, Netflix
Tales By Light, Netflix
Bad Seeds, Netflix
Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, Netflix
Last Hope, Netflix
Sirius the Jaeger, Netflix
Back With the Ex, Netflix
Wolf, Netflix
7 Days Out, Netflix
The Casketeers, Netflix
American Dream/American Knightmare, 8:30 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 22
Demon’s Path, Netflix

Sunday, Dec. 23
Watership Down: Miniseries(2018)74% Netflix
The Simpsons85%: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, 8 p.m., Fox
Marilyn Monroe For Sale, 9 p.m., Smithsonian Channel

Monday, Dec. 24
Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam, Acorn TV
Hi Score Girl, Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 26
41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 8 p.m., CBS
Mysterious Islands: Georgia’s Island of the Geechee People, 11 p.m., Travel Channel
Mysterious Islands: Islands of Eternal Life, 11:30 p.m., Travel Channel

Friday, Dec. 28
Into the Dark: New Year, New You, Hulu
Instant Hotel, Netflix
Murder Mountain, Netflix
Selection Day, Netflix
A Twelve-Year Night, Netflix
When the Angels Sleep, Netflix
Yummy Mummies, Netflix
Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration, 9 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Dec. 30
The Orville: Season 2(2019)100% 8 p.m., Fox
The Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?, 9 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 31
Taylor Swift reuputation Stadium Tour, Netflix
Fox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square, 8 p.m., Fox
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, 8 p.m., ABC
NBC’s New Year’s Eve, 10 p.m., NBC

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Fall TV PREMIERES 2018: Must-See New Shows - PART 1 of 2 - Rel, The Purge, Kidding \u0026 More

In this so-called era of Peak TV, the shows just keep coming and coming.

Yes, it can be incredibly difficult to keep up, but no worries — we’ve got your back. What follows is a list of premiere dates for returning shows (many of which took holiday breaks), and for brand new series on the networks, cable and streaming sites.

In addition, we’ve listed dates for major events like the Golden Globe Awards, the Grammys, the Super Bowl, Winter Olympics and the Academy Awards.

The new shows are in CAPS. Please note that dates and times are subject to change.

Jan. 1

“The Bachelor” (8 p.m., ABC)

“The Wall” (8 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Valor” (9 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)


“The Brave” (10 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

Jan. 2

“This Is Us” (9 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“L.A. TO VEGAS” (9 p.m., Fox)

“Chicago Med” (10 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

Jan. 3

“The X-Files” (8 p.m., Fox)

“GROWN-ISH” (8 p.m., Freeform)

“The Amazing Race” (8 p.m., CBS)

“The Blacklist” (8 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Law & Order: SVU” (9 p.m., NB, midseason premiere)

“911” (9 p.m., Fox)

“Chicago P.D.” (10 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

Jan. 4


“Superstore” (8 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“The Good Place” (8:30 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Will & Grace” (9 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Nashville” (9 p.m., CMT)

“Great News” (9:30 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Chicago Fire” (10 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

Jan. 5


“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (8 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS -- 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards -- Pictured: Host Seth Meyers -- (Photo by: Lloyd Bishop/NBC)

Jan. 7

“Golden Globe Awards” (5 p.m. PT, NBC)

“Star Trek: Discovery” (5:30 p.m., CBS All Access, midseason premiere)

“THE CHI” (10 p.m., Showtime)

Jan. 9

“The Fosters” (8 p.m., Freeform)

“America’s Next Top Model” (8 p.m., VH1)

“This Is Us” (9 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“The Haves and Have Nots”  (9 p.m., OWN)

Jan. 10

“ALONE TOGETHER” (8:30 p.m., Freeform)

“The Magicians” (9 p.m., Syfy)

“If Loving You Is Wrong” (10 p.m., OWN)

Jan. 12


“Disjointed” (Netflix)

“Blindspot” (8 p.m., NBC, midseason premiere)

“Taken” (9 p.m., NBC)

Jan. 14

“Divorce” (10 p.m., HBO)

“Crashing” (10:30 p.m., HBO)

Jan. 15

“Supergirl” (8 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

Jan. 16

“BLACK LIGHTNING” (9 p.m., The CW)

“The Paynes” (10 p.m., OWN)

Jan. 17

“The Path” (Hulu)

“Riverdale” (8 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)
“Dynasty” (9 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)


Jan. 18

“Grey’s Anatomy” (8 p.m., ABC, midseason premiere)

“Supernatural” (8 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

“Beyond” (8 p.m., Freeform)

“Scandal” (9 p.m., ABC, midseason premiere)

“Arrow” (9 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

“Portlandia” (10 p.m., IFC)

“How to Get Away With Murder” (10 p.m., ABC, midseason premiere)

Jan. 19

“Grace and Frankie” (Netflix)

“High maintenance” (11 p.m., HBO)

Jan. 20

“Planet Earth: Blue Planet II” (9 p.m., BBC America, IFC, AMC, WEtv, Sundance TV)

Jan. 21

“COUNTERPART” (8 p.m., Starz)

“THE RESIDENT” (9 p.m., Fox)

Jan. 22

“MOSAIC” (8 p.m., HBO)

“THE ALIENIST” (9 p.m., TNT)

Jan. 23

“Baskets” (10 p.m., FX)

“Drunk History” (10 p.m., Comedy Central)

“BELLEVUE” (10 p.m., WGN America)

“The Quad” (10 p.m., BET)

“The Detour” (10:30 p.m., TBS)

“Another Period” (10:30 p.m., Comedy Central)

Jan. 24

“Schitt’s Creek” (8 p.m., Pop)

“LET’S GET PHYSICAL” (8:30 p.m., Pop)

“WACO” (9 p.m., Paramount Network)

Jan. 25

“RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars” (8 p.m., VH1)

“Lip Sync Battle” (10 p.m., Paramount Network)

Jan. 26

“One Day at a Time” (Netflix)

“Jane the Virgin” (9 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

“MCMAFIA” (10 p.m, AMC)

Jan. 28

Grammy Awards (5 p.m., CBS)

Jan. 31


Feb. 1

“A.P. BIO” (9:30 p.m., NBC)

Feb. 2


“ABSENTIA” (Amazon Prime)

“Strike Back” (9 p.m., Cinemax)

“2 DOPE QUEENS” (11:30 p.m., HBO)

Feb. 4

Super Bowl (NBC)

Feb. 7

“Big Brother: Celebrity Edition” (8 p.m., CBS)

Feb. 9

Winter Olympics (NBC)

Feb. 11

“OUR CARTOON PRESIDENT” (8 p.m., Showtime)

“HERE AND NOW” (9 p.m., HBO

“Homeland” (9 p.m., Showtime)

Feb. 12

“D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow” (9 p.m., The CW, midseason premiere)

Feb. 16

“Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon Prime)

Feb. 23

“The Tick” (Amazon Prime)

Feb. 24


Feb. 25

“Ash vs. Evil Dead” (9 p.m., Starz)

“The Walking Dead” (9 p.m., AMC)

Feb. 26

“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC)

“iZombie” (9 p.m., The CW)


“GOOD GIRLS” (10 p.m., NBC)

“UnREAL” (10 p.m., Lifetime)

Feb. 27

“UNSOLVED” (10 p.m., USA)

Feb. 28


“Survivor” (8 p.m., CBS)

“Designated Survivor” (10 p.m., ABC, midseason premiere)

March 1

“Atlanta” (10 p.m., FX)

“MUSIC CITY” (10 p.m., CMT)

March 2

“Once Upon a Time” (8 p.m., ABC, midseason premiere)

March 4

“The Good Fight” (CBS All Access)

Academy Awards (5 p.m., ABC)

March 7

“HARD SUN” (Hulu)

“LIFE SENTENCE” (9 p.m., The CW)

“Hap and Leonard” (10 p.m., Sundance TV)

March 8

“THE OATH” (Crackle)

“Jessica Jones” (Netflix)

March 9

“Sneaky Pete” (Amazon Prime)

March 11

“Mary Kills People” (9 p.m., Lifetime)

“Timeless” (10 p.m., NBC)

March 18

“INSTINCT” (8 p.m., CBS)

March 25

“TRUST” (10 p.m., FX)

“Billions” (10 p.m., Showtime)

March 28

“The Americans,” final season (10 p.m., FX)

March 30

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” (Netflix)

Sours: https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/01/02/winter-tv-calendar-dates-for-returning-shows-and-season-premieres/

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2017-2018 Winter TV Premiere Dates: New & Returning Shows to Watch

Screen Rant lists all the new and returning TV shows you'll want to check out as we finish off the year and round the corner on 2018.

While most people are probably ready to say "good riddance" to 2017 and ring in the New Year already, there's still some quality television to enjoy before it is time to sing 'Auld Lang Syne'. After that, however, you're free to welcome all the new and returning TV shows that'll be hitting your screens in 2018. There's plenty to look forward to, as we whittle away the winter and excuse a little extra time in front of the flat screen on account of how short the days are. But before the holidays are over, fans get to look forward to a new Doctor Who, some stylish thuggery with the premiere of Peaky Blinders season 4, and the return of the techno-fueled nightmare that is Black Mirror on Netflix.

After that, though, it's full steam ahead, with the return of The CW's Arrowverse lineup, the premiere of Black Lightning, new episodes of The X-Files, as well as the series premieres of L.A. to Vegas, and 9-1-1. February is also surprisingly busy with the premiere of Netflix's impressive looking Altered Carbon, as well as the return of Strike Back, The Tick, and Ash vs. Evil Dead.

Related: Strike Back Season 5 Trailer Introduces You to the New Team

All in all, it's going to be a busy beginning of the year for TV fans, as networks, cable channels, and streaming services all compete for your time. Here are the premiere dates for new and returning TV shows in the winter of 2017-2018:


Wednesday, December 20

The Librarians – TNT, 8pm

Thursday, December 21

Peaky Blinders – Netflix

Great News – NBC, 8pm

Monday, December 25

Doctor Who: Christmas Special – BBC America, 9pm

Call the Midwife – PBS, 9pm

Friday, December 29

Black Mirror -- Netflix

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2018 Midseason TV Premiere Schedule: Dates For New And Returning Shows

End-of-year holidays are great for all kinds of reasons, but one of their most notable drawbacks is the all-around lack of new TV happening, with many shows taking full-on hiatuses to anticipate going into the new year. And since there are more TV shows than ever vying for viewers' attention in a wide variety of formats, that means the 2018 midseason will be chock-full of returning favorites and exciting debuts. And maybe even a huge revival or two.

Without further delay, let's take a closer look at everything set to debut on TV in the early months of 2018 with our midseason premiere schedule. The truth, my friends, is in here. (All times, unless otherwise noted, are in ET, and all brand new series will be noted in all caps.)


Monday, January 1

6 a.m. - UNIKITTY! - Cartoon Network (Special Day And Time)

8 p.m. - The Bachelor Season 22 - ABC

8 p.m. - The Wall Season 2 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - THE GIFTED Season 1 Midseason Premiere

9 p.m. - VALOR Season 1 Midseason Premiere - The CW

9 p.m. - Better Late Than Never Season 2 - NBC

9 p.m. - 60 Days In Season 3 - A&E

Tuesday, January 2


8 p.m. - Lethal Weapon Season 2 Midseason Premiere - Fox

8 p.m. - NCIS Season 15 Midseason Premiere - CBS

8 p.m. - My Big Fat Fabulous Life Season 5 - TLC

9 p.m. - LA TO VEGAS - Fox

9 p.m. - Bull Season 2 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - Intervention Season 18 - A&E

9 p.m. - Married at First Sight Season 6 - Lifetime

9:30 p.m. - The Mick Season 2 Midseason Premiere - Fox (New Time Slot)

10 p.m. - NCIS: New Orleans Season 4 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. - Chicago Med Season 3 Midseason Premiere - NBC

10 p.m. - The Challenge Season 31 - MTV

10 p.m. - Hack My Life Season 5 - truTV

10 p.m. - I Am Jazz Season 4 - TLC

10 p.m. - TESLA - Discovery

Wednesday, January 3

8 p.m. - The Blacklist Season 5 Midseason Premiere - NBC

8 p.m. - The Amazing Race Season 30 - CBS

8 p.m. - The X-Files Season 11 - Fox

8 p.m. - The Goldbergs Season 5 Midseason Premiere - ABC

8 p.m. - GROWN-ISH - Freeform (One-Hour Series Premiere)

8:30 p.m. - Speechless Season 2 Midseason Premiere - ABC

9 p.m. - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Season 19 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - SEAL TEAM Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - Modern Family Season 9 Midseason Premiere - ABC

9 p.m. - 9-1-1 - FX

9:30 p.m. - American Housewife Season 2 Midseason Premiere - ABC

10 p.m. - Criminal Minds Season 13 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. - Match Game Season 3 - ABC

10 p.m. - Chicago P.D. Season 5 Midseason Premiere - NBC

10 p.m. - WAGS ATLANTA - E!

10 p.m. - Catfish Season 7 - MTV

10 p.m. - Billion Dollar Buyer Season 3 - CNBC


Thursday, January 4

8 p.m. - The Big Bang Theory Season 11 Midseason Premiere - CBS

8 p.m. - Superstore . Season 3 Midseason Premiere - NBC

8 p.m. - THE FOUR - Fox

8:30 p.m. - YOUNG SHELDON Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS

8:30 p.m. - The Good Place Season 2 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - Nashville Season 6 - CMT

9 p.m. - Will & Grace Season 9 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - 60 Days In Season 3 - A&E (Time Slot Premiere)

9 p.m. - Project Runway All-Stars Season 6 - Lifetime

9 p.m. - Mom Season 5 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9:30 p.m. - Great News Season 2 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9:30 p.m. - Life In Pieces Season 3 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. - Chicago Fire Season 6 Midseason Premiere - NBC

10 p.m. - S.W.A.T. Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. Jay Leno's Garage Season 3 Midseason Premiere - CNBC

Friday, January 5

12:01 a.m. PT - THE END OF THE F_*_ING WORLD - Netflix

6:30 p.m. - UNIKITTY! - Cartoon Network (Time Slot Premiere)

8 p.m. - MacGyver Season 2 Midseason Premiere - CBS


8 p.m. - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 3 Midseason Premiere - The CW

9 p.m. - Hawaii Five-0 Season 8 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 5 Midseason Premiere - ABC

10 p.m. - Blue Bloods Season 8 Midseason Premiere - CBS

Sunday, January 7

7:30 p.m. - Bob's Burgers Season 8 Midseason Premiere - Fox

8 p.m. - The Simpsons Season 29 Midseason Premiere - Fox

8 p.m. - The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards - NBC (Three-Hour Special Presentation)

8 p.m. - WISDOM OF THE CROWD Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS

8:30 p.m. - Ghosted Season 1 Midseason Premiere - Fox

8:30 p.m. - Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS All Access

9 p.m. - NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - Family Guy Season 15 Midseason Premiere - Fox

9 p.m. - Worst Cooks In America Season 12 - Food Network

9:30 p.m. - The Last Man on Earth Season 4 Midseason Premiere - Fox

9:30 p.m. - After Trek Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS All Access

10 p.m. - Madam Secretary Season 4 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. - THE CHI - Showtime

10 p.m. - Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian Season 2 - E!

Monday, January 8

8 p.m. - Antiques Roadshow Season 22 - PBS

10 p.m. - THE GOOD DOCTOR Season 1 Midseason Premiere - ABC

10 p.m. - The Brave Season 1 Midseason Premiere - NBC

Tuesday, January 9

8 p.m. - The Fosters Season 5 Midseason Premiere - Freeform

8 p.m. - American's Next Top Model Season 24 - VH1

9 p.m. - This Is Us Season 2 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - The Haves and the Have Nots Season 5 - OWN

10 p.m. - How the Universe Works Season 6 - Science

10 p.m. - Ink Master Season 2 - Paramount Network

Wednesday, January 10

8:30 p.m. - ALONE TOGETHER - Freeform

9 p.m. - The Magicians Season 3 - Syfy


10 p.m. - If Loving You Is Wrong Season 5 Midseason Premiere - OWN

10 p.m. ROOSTER & BUTCH - A&E

Thursday, January 11

8 p.m. - The 23rd Annuary Critics Choice Awards - The CW (Two-Hour Special Presentation)

9 p.m. - Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2 - WE

Friday, January 12

12:01 a.m. PT - PHILIP K. DICK'S ELECTRIC DREAMS - Amazon (All Season 1 Episodes Available)


8 p.m. - Blindspot Season 3 Midseason Premiere - NBC

9 p.m. - Taken Season 2 - NBC

9 p.m. - Mama June: From Not to Hot Season 2 - WE

Sunday, January 14

9 p.m. - Victoria Season 2 - PBS (Two-Hour Season Premiere)

10 p.m. - Divorce Season 2 - HBO

10:30 p.m. - Crashing Season 2 - HBO

Monday, January 15

12 a.m. - HOT STREETS - Adult Swim

12:01 a.m. PT - Jordskott Season 2 - Shudder

8 p.m. - Supergirl Season 3 Midseason Premiere - The CW

8 p.m. - Kevin Can Wait Season 2 Midseason Premiere - CBS

8:30 p.m. - Man With a Plan Season 2 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - Superior Donuts Season 2 Midseason Premiere - CBS

9 p.m. - 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards - TV One

9:30 p.m. - 9JKL Season 1 Midseason Premiere - CBS

10 p.m. - Scorpion Season 4 Midseason Premiere - CBS

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Tuesday, January 16

8 p.m. - The Flash Season 4 Midseason Premiere - The CW


10 p.m. - THE PAYNES - OWN

Wednesday, January 17

12:01 a.m. PT - The Path Season 3 - Hulu

8 p.m. - Riverdale Season 2 Midseason Premiere - The CW

9 p.m. - Dynasty Season 1 Midseason Premiere - The CW

10 p.m. - The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story Season 2 - FX

10 p.m. - CORPORATE - Comedy Central (One-Hour Series Premiere)

Thursday, January 18

8 p.m. Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Midseason Premiere - ABC

8 p.m. Supernatural Season 13 Midseason Premiere - The CW

8 p.m. - Beyond Season 2 - Freeform

9 p.m. - Scandal Season 7 Midseason Premiere - ABC

9 p.m. - Arrow Season 6 Midseason Premiere - The CW

9 p.m. - Lip Sync Battle Michael Jackson Special - Paramount Network


10 p.m. - How to Get Away with Murder Season 4 Midseason Premiere - ABC

10 p.m. - Portlandia Season 8 - IFC

Friday, January 19

12:01 a.m. PT - Grace & Frankie Season 4 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - TROLLS: THE BEAT GOES ON! - Netflix

10 p.m. - Real Time with Bill Maher Season 16 - HBO

11 p.m. - High Maintenance Season 2 - HBO

Saturday, January 20


9 p.m. - THE PAYNES - OWN (Time Slot Premiere)


Sunday, January 21

8 p.m. - COUNTERPART - Starz

8 p.m. - The 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - TBS & TNT

10 p.m. - THE RESIDENT - Fox

Monday, January 22


9 p.m. - MOSAIC - HBO

9 p.m. - THE RESIDENT - Fox (Time Slot Premiere)

10 p.m. - Summer House Season 2 - Bravo

Tuesday, January 23

10 p.m. - Baskets Season 3 - FX

10 p.m. - BELLEVUE - WGN America

10 p.m. - Drunk History Season 5 - Comedy Central

10 p.m. - The Quad Season 2 - BET

10 p.m. - Hate Thy Neighbor Season 2 - Vice

10:30 p.m. - The Detour Season 3 - TBS

10:30 p.m. - Another Period Season 2 - Comedy Central

Wednesday, January 24

8 p.m. - Schitt's Creek Season 4 - Pop

8:30 p.m. - LET'S GET PHYSICAL - Pop

10 p.m. - WACO - Paramount Network

10 p.m. - SLUTEVER - Vice

Thursday, January 25

10 p.m. - Lip Sync Battle Season 4 - Paramount Network

Friday, January 26

12:01 a.m. PT - One Day at a Time Season 2 - Netflix

9 p.m. - Jane the Virgin Season 4 Midseason Premiere - The CW

Saturday, January 27


Sunday, January 28

3 p.m. - NFL Pro Bowl 2018 - ABC & ESPN

7:30 p.m. - The 60th Annual Grammy Awards - CBS

Tuesday, January 30

9 p.m. - State of the Union 2018 - ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC


Thursday, February 1

9:30 p.m. - A.P. BIO - NBC

10:30 p.m. - TALK SHOW THE GAME SHOW Season 1 Midseason Premiere - truTV (Special Time, With Back-To-Back Episodes)

Friday, February 2

12:01 a.m. PT - ALTERED CARBON - Netflix

9 p.m. - THE TRADE - Showtime

10 p.m. - Strike Back Season 5 - Cinemax

Saturday, February 3

8 p.m. - THE SIMON BILES STORY (TV Movie) - Lifetime

Sunday, February 4

6:30 p.m. - SUPER BOWL LII - NBC

10:15 p.m. - This Is Us - NBC (Special Night and Time)

Wednesday, February 7


Friday, February 9

7:30 p.m. - 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies - NBC

Saturday, February 10

9 p.m. - ERIC CLAPTON: LIFE IN 12 BARS - Showtime (Special Presentation)

Sunday, February 11


8 p.m. - OUR CARTOON PRESIDENT - Showtime

9 p.m. - Homeland Season 7 - Showtime

Monday, February 12

8 p.m. - Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Midseason Premiere - The CW

Tuesday, February 13

9 p.m. - Chip and Joanna's Family Garden Project - HGTV

Wednesday, February 14

12:01 a.m. PT - THIS CLOSE - Sundance Now

Friday, February 16

12:01 a.m. PT - Mozart in the Jungle Season 4 - Amazon

Sunday, February 18


9 p.m. - When Calls the Heart Season 5 - Hallmark

Monday, February 19

9 p.m. - Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Midseason Premiere - Disney XD

Wednesday, February 21

10:30 p.m. - HOLLYWOOD LOVE STORY - Vice

Friday, February 23

12:01 a.m. PT - THE TICK Season 1 Midseason Premiere - Amazon (Episodes 7-12 Available All At Once)

12:01 a.m. PT - SEVEN SECONDS - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - UGLY DELICIOUS - Netflix

Sunday, February 25

9 p.m. - The Walking Dead Season 8 Midseason Premiere - AMC

9 p.m. - Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 - Starz

10 p.m. - Talking Dead Season 7 Midseason Premiere - AMC

Monday, February 26

12 a.m. - Comic Book Men Season 7 Midseason Premiere - AMC

8 p.m. - The Voice Season 14 - NBC

9 p.m. - iZombie Season 4 - The CW


10 p.m. - GOOD GIRLS - NBC

10 p.m. - Unreal Season 3 - Lifetime

10 p.m. - MCMAFIA - AMC

10 p.m. - SHOOT THE MESSENGER - WGN America

10:30 p.m. - FINAL SPACE - TBS

Tuesday, February 27

8 p.m. - The Voice Season 14 - NBC (Time Slot Premiere)

9 p.m. - The Big Interview with Dan Rather - AXS TV


Wednesday, February 28

12:01 a.m. PT - THE LOOMING TOWER - Hulu

8 p.m. - Survivor Season 36 - CBS (Two-Hour Season Premiere)

10 p.m. - Designated Survivor Season 2 Midseason Premiere - ABC


Thursday, March 1

8 p.m. - Gotham Season 4 Midseason Premiere - Fox



9:30 p.m. - A.P. BIO (Time Slot Premiere) - NBC

10 p.m. - MUSIC CITY - CMT

10 p.m. - Atlanta Robbin' Season - FX

Friday, March 2

12:01 a.m. PT - FLINT TOWN - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5 - Netflix

8 p.m. - Once Upon A Time Season 7 Midseason Premiere - ABC

8 p.m. - MasterChef Junior Season 6 - Fox

9 p.m. - Bring It! Season 5 - Lifetime

10 p.m. - Bridezillas Season 11 - WE

Saturday, March 3

10:30 p.m. - Top Gear Season 25 - BBC America

Sunday, March 4

12:01 a.m. PT - The Good Fight Season 2 - CBS All Access

8 p.m. - The 90th Annual Academy Awards - ABC

8 p.m. - Top Gear Season 25 - BBC America (Time Slot Premiere)

11:30 p.m. - Mike Tyson Mysteries Season 4 - Adult Swim

Wednesday, March 7

12:01 a.m. PT - HARD SUN - Hulu (All Season 1 Episodes Available)

9 p.m. - LIFE SENTENCE - The CW

10 p.m. - Hap & Leonard Season 3 - Sundance

Thursday, March 8

12:01 a.m. PT - Jessica Jones Season 2 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - THE OATH - Hulu (All Season 1 Episodes Available)

9:30 p.m. - CHAMPIONS - NBC

Friday, March 9

12:01 a.m. PT - Love Season 3 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - LADIES FIRST - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - COLLATERAL - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - Trolls: The Beat Goes On Season 2 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - Sneaky Pete Season 2 - Amazon

12:01 a.m. PT - REMIX - Amazon

8 p.m. - Dynasty (New Night) - The CW

9 p.m. - Marriage Boot Camp Season 12 - WE

Sunday, March 11

8 p.m. - American Idol Revival - ABC

8 p.m. - iHeartRadio Music Awards - TBS, TNT & truTV

8 p.m. - Food Paradise Season 11 - Travel Channel

9 p.m. - The Arrangement Season 2 - E!

9 p.m. - Wicked Tuna Season 11 - NatGeo

10 p.m. - Timeless Season 2 - NBC

10 p.m. - The Royals Season 4 - E!

10 p.m. - Bar Rescue Season 6 - Paramount

10 p.m. - Naked & Afraid Season 9 - Discovery


10:01 p.m. - DECEPTION - ABC

Monday, March 12

8 p.m. - American Idol Revival - ABC (Time Slot Premiere)

9 p.m. - Mary Kills People Season 2 - Lifetime

Tuesday, March 13

12:01 p.m. - RICKY GERVAIS: HUMANITY - Netflix

9 p.m. - Big Interview with Dan Rather Season 6 - AXS TV

9 p.m. - THE ZIMMERN LIST - Travel Channel

10 p.m. - RISE - Fox (Special Preview Episode)

10 p.m. - FOR THE PEOPLE - ABC

10 p.m. - The Book of John Gray Season 2 - OWN

Thursday, March 15

9 p.m. - Flip or Flop Vegas Season 2 - HGTV

Friday, March 16

12:01 a.m. PT - ON MY BLOCK - Netflix (Episodes 1-10 Available)

12:01 a.m. PT - WILD WILD COUNTRY - Netflix (Episodes 1-6 available)


Saturday, March 17


Sunday, March 18

7 p.m. - Little Big Shots Season 3 - NBC (Special Time)

8 p.m. - INSTINCT - CBS

8 p.m. - Little Big Shots Season 3 - NBC (Time Slot Premiere)

8:30 p.m. - Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 5 Midseason Premiere - Fox

9:30 p.m. - The Last Man On Earth Season 4 Midseason Premiere - Fox

Monday, March 19

8 p.m. - Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 7 - VH1

Tuesday, March 20

12:01 a.m. PT - The Standups Season 2 - Netflix

8 p.m. - Shadowhunters Season 3 - Freeform

9 p.m. - RISE - Fox (Time Slot Premiere)

10 p.m. - Adam Ruins Everything - truTV (Special Time)

10 p.m. - You Me Her Season 3 - Audience

10:30 p.m. - Adam Ruins Everything - truTV (Time Slot Premiere)

11 p.m. - The Chris Gethard Show Midseason Premiere - truTV

Wednesday, March 21

12:01 a.m. PT - FACE THE WILD - Facebook

9 p.m. - Little Women: LA Season 7 - Lifetime

10 p.m. - KRYPTON - Syfy

10 p.m. - Cheap Eats Season 4 - Cooking Channel

Thursday, March 22

12:01 a.m. PT - INNOCENT - Sundance Now

8 p.m. - RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 - VH1

9 p.m. - STATION 19 (GREY'S ANATOMY SPINOFF) - ABC (2-Hour Series Premiere)

9 p.m. - Braxton Family Values Season 6 - VH1

Friday, March 23

12:01 a.m. PT - Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - REQUIEM - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - MECHANISM - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - ALEXA & KATIE - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - SWORD GAI: THE ANIMATION - Netflix

10 a.m. - MUPPET BABIES (Animated Reboot) - Disney Channel

Saturday, March 24

11:30 a.m. - My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Season 8 - Discovery Family

10:00 p.m. - The Book of John Gray Season 2 - OWN (Time Slot Premiere)

Sunday, March 25

8 p.m. - Call the Midwife Season 7 - PBS

10 p.m. - Billions Season 3 - Showtime

10 p.m. - Silicon Valley Season 5 - HBO

10 p.m. - TRUST - FX

10:30 p.m. - BARRY - HBC

Monday, March 26

9 p.m. - ONE STRANGE ROCK - Nat Geo

9 p.m. - THE TERROR - AMC

Tuesday, March 27

8 p.m. - Roseanne Season 10 (Revival) - ABC (One-Hour Season Premiere)


10 p.m. - Tosh.0 Season 10 - Comedy Central

10:30 p.m. - The Jim Jeffries Show Season 2 - Comedy Central

Wednesday, March 28

8 p.m. - Empire Season 4 Midseason Premiere - Fox

8:30 p.m. - ALEX, INC. - ABC

9 p.m. - Star Season 2 Midseason Premiere - Fox

9 p.m. - Suits Season 7 Midseason Premiere - USA

10 p.m. - The Americans Season 6 - FX

10 p.m. - Ice Season 2 - Audience Network

Thursday, March 29

8 p.m. - SIREN - Freeform

10 p.m. - Nobodies Season 2 - Paramount Network

Friday, March 30

12:01 a.m. PT - A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - RAPTURE - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - THE DANGEROUS BOOK FOR BOYS - Netflix (Episodes 1-6 Available)

12:01 a.m. PT - Trailer Park Boys Season 12 - Netflix

10 p.m. - Bering Sea Gold Season 12 - Discovery


Sunday, April 1


8 p.m. - Sunday Night Baseball Season 29 - ESPN

10 p.m. - The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 3 - Bravo

Monday, April 2

10 p.m. - THE CROSSING - ABC

Tuesday, April 3

8 p.m. - Shadowhunters Season 3 - Freeform

8:30 p.m. - The Middle - ABC (New Time Slot)

9 p.m. - Little People, Big World Season 16 - TLC

10 p.m. - Legion Season 2 - FX

10:30 p.m. - The Last O.G. - TBS

Wednesday, April 4

12:01 a.m. PT - National Treasure Season 2 - Hulu

8 p.m. - Famous in Love Season 2 - Freeform (Two-Hour Season Premiere)

9 p.m. - The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 - Bravo

9 p.m. - I AM MLK JR. - Paramount Network (90-Minute Special)

Thursday, April 5


10 p.m. - Imposters Season 2 - Bravo

Friday, April 6

7:30 p.m. - Vice Season 6 - HBO

Saturday, April 7

8 p.m. - Ransom Season 2 - CBS

9 p.m. - Trading Spaces Season 9 (Revival) - TLC

Sunday, April 8

8 p.m. - HOWARDS END - Starz

8 p.m. - Killing Eve - BBC America


Monday, April 9

12:00 a.m. - BALLMASTRZ 9009 - Adult Swim (Two-Part Series Premiere)

Tuesday, April 10

9 p.m. - Deadliest Catch Season 14 - Discovery

9:30 p.m. - New Girl Season 7 - Fox

10 p.m. - ANDRE THE GIANT (Documentary) - HBO (90-Minute Special Presentation)

Wednesday, April 11

9 p.m. - The Expanse Season 3 - Syfy


Thursday, April 12

12:01 a.m. PT - Supermansion Season 3 - Hulu

Friday, April 13

12:01 a.m. PT - Bosch Season 4 - Amazon

12:01 a.m. PT - LOST IN SPACE - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - Chef's Table: Pastry - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - The Magic School Bus Rides Again - Netflix

10 p.m. - RELLIK - Cinemax

10 p.m. - The Graham Norton Show Season 23 - BBC America


Sunday, April 15

8 p.m. - 53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards - CBS

8 p.m. - The Circus Season 3 - Showtime

10 p.m. - Worst Cooks in America Season 13 - Food Network

10:10 p.m. - Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 - AMC (Special Time)

10:30 p.m. - Drop The Mic Season 2 - TBS

Monday, April 16

8 p.m. - Supergirl Season 3 - The CW (Returns From Second Hiatus)

8 p.m. - I AM EVIDENCE - HBO

Tuesday, April 17


Wednesday, April 18

9 p.m. - The Originals Season 5 - The CW

Friday, April 20

12:01 a.m. PT - Dope Season 2 - Netflix

12:01 a.m. PT - SPY KIDS: MISSION CRITICAL - Netflix

Sunday, April 22

9 p.m. - Westworld Season 2 - HBO (70-Minute Season Premiere)

9 p.m. - Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 - AMC (Time Slot Premiere)

10 p.m. - Into The Badlands Season 3 - AMC

Tuesday, April 24

9 p.m. - The 100 Season 5 - The CW

9 p.m. - Genius Season 2 - Nat Geo

Wednesday, April 25

12:01 a.m. PT - The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 - Hulu

10 p.m. - Archer: Danger Island Season 9

10 p.m. - Brockmire Season 2 - IFC

10 p.m. - Code Black Season 3 - CBS

Thursday, April 26

10 p.m. - Quantico - ABC

Friday, April 27

12:01 a.m. PT - 3% Season 2 - Netflix


12:01 a.m. PT - All or Nothing Season 3 - Amazon

9 p.m. - Ancient Aliens Season 11 - History

11 p.m. - TASKMASTER - Comedy Central

Sunday, April 29

9 p.m. - The Good Witch Season 4 - Hallmark

9 p.m. - Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Season 11 - CNN (75-Minute Premiere)

Monday, April 30

8 p.m. - Dancing with the Stars All-Athletes Edition Season 26- ABC


10 p.m. - Elementary - CBS

10 p.m. - AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction - AMC

Those are all the big shows that have been announced so far, but new reports are popping up daily, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly. For what to expect on the small screen later in the year, take a look at our 2018 summer premiere schedule.

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In this so-called era of Peak TV, the shows just keep coming and coming. Even in the cold months of winter — or what the broadcasters like to call “midseason.”

Yes, it can be crazy-difficult to keep up, but no worries — we’ve got your back. What follows is a list of premiere dates for returning shows (many of which took holiday breaks), and for brand new series on the networks, cable channels and streaming sites.

In addition, we’ve listed dates for major events like the Golden Globe Awards, the Grammys, the Super Bowl,  and the Academy Awards.

The new shows are in CAPS. Please note that dates and times are subject to change.


Jan. 1

“Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events,” final season (Netflix)

“The Gifted” (8 p.m., Fox)

“Lethal Weapon (9 p.m., Fox)

“BAD CHAD CUSTOMS” (10 p.m., Discovery)

Jan. 2

“Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” (8 p.m., Fox)

“Grown-ish” (8 p.m., Freeform)

“Love & Hip Hop: Miami” (8 p.m., VH1)

“THE MASKED SINGER” (9 p.m., Fox)

“MYTHBUSTERS JR.” (9 p.m., Science Channel)

“Project Runway All Stars” (9 p.m., Lifetime)

“American Beauty Star” (10 p.m., Lifetime)

Jan. 3

“Gotham,” final season (8 p.m., Fox)


“Dr. Pimple Popper” (9 p.m., TLC)

“SURVIVING R. KELLY” (9 p.m., Lifetime)

“RACING WIVES” (9 p.m., CMT)

“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” (9 p.m., Bravo)

“Music City” (10 p.m., CMT)

Jan. 4

“The Blacklist” (8 p.m., NBC)

“Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, 8 p.m.)

“Speechless” (8:30 p.m., ABC)

“Gold Rush: White Water” (10 p.m., Discovery)

Jan. 5

“Say Yes to the Dress” (8  p.m., TLC)

“Cousins For Life” (8:30 p.m., Nickelodeon)

Jan. 6

Golden Globe Awards (5 p.m. PT, NBC)

“Shark Tank” (9 p.m., ABC)

Jan. 7

“America’s Got Talent: The Champions” (8 p.m., NBC)

“The Bachelor” (8 p.m., ABC)

“Antiques Roadshow” (8 p.m., PBS)

“Kids Baking Championship” (9 p.m., Food Network)

“Winner Cake All” (10 p.m., Food Network)

Jan. 8

“GOOD TROUBLE” (8 p.m., Freeform)

“The Conners” (8 p.m., ABC)

“Ellen’s Game of Games” (8 p.m., NBC)

“Finding Your Roots” (8 p.m., PBS)


“Garage Rehab” (8 p.m., Discovery)

“The Kids Are Alright” (8:30 p.m., ABC)

“Black-ish” (9 p.m., ABC)

Splitting Up Together (ABC, 9:30 p.m.)

“The Rookie” (10 p.m., ABC)

“PROJECT BLUE BOOK” (10 p.m., History)

Jan. 9

“The Goldbergs” (8 p.m., ABC)

“SCHOOLED” (8:30 p.m., ABC)

“Modern Family” (9 p.m., ABC)

“Single Parents” (9:30 p.m., ABC)

“I’m Sorry” (10 p.m., truTV)

“Match Game” (10 p.m., ABC)

“You’re the Worst,” final season (10 p.m., FXX)

“Jon Glaser Loves Gear” (truTV, 10:30 p.m.)

Jan. 10

“A.P. Bio” (9 p.m., NBC)

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (9 p.m., NBC)

“FAM” (9:30 p.m., CBS)

“The Good Place” (9:30 p.m., NBC)

Jan. 11

“Future Man” (Hulu)


“Friends From College” (Netflix)

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (9 p.m., The CW)

Jan. 13

“VALLEY OF THE BOOM” (9 p.m., Nat Geo)

“True Detective” (9 p.m., HBO)

“Victoria” (9 p.m., PBS)


“TIGTONE” (Midnight, Adult Swim)

Jan. 14

“The Resident” (8 p.m., Fox)

“THE PASSAGE” (9 p.m., Fox)

“Home Town” (9 p.m., HGTV)

“LOST GOLD” (10 p.m., Travel Channel)

Jan. 15

“The Flash” (8 p.m., The CW)

“ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO” (9 p.m., The CW)

“Temptation Island” (10 p.m., USA)

“Drunk History” (10 p.m., Comedy Central)

“Corporate” (10:30 p.m., Comedy Central)

Jan. 16

“Riverdale” (8 p.m., The CW)

“All American” (9 p.m., The CW)

“Schitt’s Creek” (10 p.m., POP)

“DEADLY CLASS” (10 p.m., Syfy)

Jan. 17

“Star Trek: Discovery” (5:30 p.m. PT, CBS All Access)

“Supernatural” (8 p.m., The CW)

“Grey’s Anatomy” (8 p.m., ABC)

“A Million Little Things” (9 p.m., ABC)

“Lip Sync Battle” (9 p.m., Paramount)

“How to Get Away with Murder” (10 p.m., ABC)

Jan. 18

“Grace and Frankie” (Netflix)


“Dynasty” (8 p.m., The CW)

Jan. 19

“DYNASTIES” (9 p.m., BBC America, AMC, IFC and Sundance TV)

Jan. 20

“Supergirl” (8 p.m., The CW)

“Shameless” (9 p.m., Showtime)

“Charmed” (9 p.m., The CW)

“BLACK MONDAY” (10 p.m., Showtime)

“High Maintenance” (10:30 p.m., HBO)

Jan. 23

“The Magicians” (9 p.m., Syfy)

“PURE” (10 p.m., WGN America)

Jan. 24

“Legacies” (9 p.m., The CW)

“THE OTHER TWO” (10:30 p.m., Comedy Central)

Jan. 25

“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” final season (Netflix)

Jan. 27

“RENT LIVE!” (7 p.m., Fox)

Jan. 30

“Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television” (YouTube Premium)

Jan. 31

“Will & Grace” (9:30 p.m., NBC)


Feb. 1


Feb. 3

Super Bowl LIII (3 p.m., CBS)

Feb. 4

“Man With a Plan” (8:30 p.m., CBS)

Feb. 5

“American Housewife” (8 p.m., ABC)

Feb. 8

“One Day at a Time” (Netflix)

“PEN15” (Hulu)

Feb. 9

“RIVIERA” (7 p.m. PT, Ovation)

Feb. 10

Grammy Awards (8 p.m., CBS)


Feb. 11

“American Dad” (10 p.m., TBS)

Feb. 12


Feb. 15


“PROVEN INNOCENT” (9 p.m., Fox)

Feb. 19

“At Home with Amy Sedaris” (10 p.m., tru TV)

Feb. 21

“The Oath” (Sony Crackle)

Feb. 24

The 91st Academy Awards (TBA, ABC)

Feb. 25

“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC)


Feb. 26

“World of Dance” (9 p.m., NBC)

Feb. 27



March 3

“Bob’s Burgers” (7:30 p.m., Fox)

“American Idol” (8 p.m., ABC)

“The Simpsons” (8 p.m., Fox)

“Family Guy” (8:30 p.m., Fox)


“Good Girls” (10 p.m., NBC)

March 7

“A.P. Bio” (8:30 p.m., NBC)

“Station 19” (9 p.m., ABC)

“For the People” (10 p.m., ABC)

March 8

“American Gods” (8 p.m., Starz)

March 10

“NOW APOCALYPSE” (9 p.m., Starz)

March 12

“THE VILLAGE” (10 p.m., NBC)

March 15

“SHRILL” (Hulu)

March 17

“Billions” (9 p.m., Showtime)

March 18

“THE FIX” (10 p.m., ABC)

Sours: https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/12/20/winter-tv-schedule-premiere-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows/

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