Spring TV Guide: What’s On When and Where

With a new year comes a suite of new shows to geek out and get excited for. So here is the list of new shows coming out this season along with where and when to catch them!

Beyond (Available on Freeform and Hulu)

When a 13-year-old boy falls into a coma, he wakes up 12 years later to find that not only does he have new paranormal abilities, but he also finds that the world has changed significantly around him.

One Day at A Time (Netflix)

Based on a 1975 sitcom by the same name, the show is about a Cuban-American single mother trying to raise her preteen son and daughter with the help of their grandmother.

Emerald City (NBC and Hulu)

Loosely based on the Land of Oz book series revolving around a 20-year-old Dorothy setting out to see the wizard. What she doesn’t know is that she is about to fulfil a prophecy which will change the land of Oz forever.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)

This new dark comedy drama is based on the children’s book by the same name. When the Baudelaire children become orphans, they are left in the care of a distant relative who is out to get their family’s fortune.

The Young Pope (HBO)

HBO’s new drama revolves around the fictional first American elected pope Pius XIII.

Six (History Channel)

This new mini-series chronicles the daily lives and operations of the SEAL team six the US armed forces primary counter terrorism units.

Riverdale (CW) Premiering January 26

Based on the characters by Archie comics, CW’s new teen drama revolves on Archie and his friends exploring their dark and weird small town of Riverdale.

Training Day (CBS) Premiering February 2

The follow up to the 2001 film by the same name revolves around a rookie cop and a corrupt officer.

Powerless (NBC and Hulu) Premiering February 2

Taking place in the DC Universe, this action comedy follows the workers of Wayne Security where the department of research invents new products to protect the ordinary humans who are often the victims in the battles between villains and heroes.


Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix) Releasing February 3

This horror comedy is about a married couple living in Santa Clarita. When the wife dies, life gets a little different for the rest of the family.

24: Legacy (Fox and Hulu) Premiering February 5

A military hero returns to the US, but when trouble follows him home he must enlist the CTU’s help to save himself while also trying to stop a large scale attack on the US.

Legion (FX) Premiering February 8

FX’s new show is Based on the Marvel Comics character by the same name and follows David. The main character is diagnosed with schizophrenia, but when he meets another fellow psychiatric patient he begins to realize there might be more to his mental illness then meets the eye.

Taken (NBC and Hulu) Premiering February 27

This new series will act as prequel to the Taken trilogy and will revolve around a younger Bryan Mills.

The Blacklist: Redemption (NBC and Hulu) Premiering February 23

The series is set to be a spin off from NBC ‘s other show Blacklist. When covert rogue operatives team up to solve problems, governments don’t dare touch, each operative’s shadowy past has a tendency to resurface and cause trouble.

Making History (Fox and Hulu) Premiering March 5

Fox’s new comedy will center around a professor who creates a time machine that he uses to travel to the colonial period. When he inadvertently interferes with the events of the revolution he will enlist the help of a historian to travel back to try and spark the revolution themselves.

Time After Time (ABC) Premiering March 5

When H.G Wells creates a working time machine Jack the Ripper use it to escape 17th century London and travels to present day New York. H.G Wells then must travel to the future to stop the Ripper before he kills again.

Kicking and Screaming (Fox) Premiering March 9

Fox’s newest game show features 10 expert survivalists who are forced to be paired up with pampered partners to face a series of tough challenges.

Iron Fist (Netflix) Premiering March 17

The final defender is finally introduced. Based on a Marvel Comics character by the same name, the show is about a young billionaire who took a hiatus instead of taking over his family’s company when they passed away. He chose to embark on a spiritual journey where he earned the fabled ‘Iron Fist’. After fifteen years, he returns and he must learn to balance his responsibilities in his company as well as his duties as the Iron Fist.


Shots Fired (Fox) Premiering March 22

Set in a small North Carolina town, chaos arouses when an African American cop kills a white teenager.

American Gods (Starz) Premiering in April

Loosely based on the book by Neil Gaiman the series will center around an ex-convict who, after being released, is offered a job with a mysterious man. After taking the job he learns that his boss is the god Odin from Norse mythology. Soon he will find himself drawn into the middle of a confrontation between the new and old gods.

Prison Break: Sequel (Fox) Premiering April 4

Taking place seven years after the Prison Break movie, it is discover that one of the members of the team is still alive and imprisoned. The remaining members team up to break him out of prison and the country.

Great News (NBC) Premiering April 25

A new series revolving in the world of television news where an up and coming news producer now finds herself dealing with her mom as a new intern.

The Handmaids Tale (Hulu) Premiering April 26

This new series is based on the novel by Margaret Atwood. It takes place in a dystopian future, under a fundamental theocratic dictatorship where women are forced to live as concubines.

I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime) Premiering June 4

Set in 1970’s LA this series will center around the stand-up comedy of the 70’s when the careers of some the most famous comedians were just getting started.

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