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This page lists all new and upcoming TV series, starting from when they are first announced until a week after they premiere. The shows are sorted by premiere date.

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Imaginary Mary ()

Premiered on: Wednesday, March 29th at 8:30/7:30c

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Jenna Elfman (Dharma & Greg) stars in Imaginary Mary as a woman whose life gets upended when she meets the man of her dreams (Stephen Schneider, Broad City). He, however, comes with an ex-wife and three kids. And as if this wasn't complicated enough, her childhood imaginary friend (a CGI creature voiced by Rachel Dratch) starts showing up again.

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You The Jury ()

Premieres on: Friday, April 7th at 9/8c

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You The Jury will give the biggest jury pool in history – America – the power to decide the outcome of some of the most explosive, real-life, ripped-from-the-headline civil cases. Each week, the show's prosecution and defense – including attorneys Jose Baez, who defended Casey Anthony; Benjamin Crump, who has fought for justice for Trayvon Martin; and Joseph Tacopina, who has represented some of the biggest stars in America; as well as Areva Martin, Mike Cavalluzzi and Charla Aldous – will question and cross-examine the litigants and expert witnesses, as they present their arguments to America and former judge of the Superior Court of California LaDoris Cordell.

The Son ()

Premieres on: Saturday, April 8th at 9/8c

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The Son is a multi-generational historical drama set in two concurrent time periods; first in the mid 1800s, when a young Eli McCullough (Jacob Lofland) is kidnapped and indoctrinated by a tribe of Comanches, and then 60 years later when Eli (Pierce Brosnan) is struggling to maintain his family's cattle empire during the turbulent South Texas Bandit Wars.

Class ()

Premieres on: Saturday, April 15th at 10/9c

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Class is set in the Doctor Who universe and features all-new heroes, villains and aliens. All the time travelling over the years has caused the very walls of space and time to become thin. There's something pressing in on the other side, something waiting for its chance to kill everyone and everything, to bring us all into Shadow. Four Coal Hill School sixth formers will face their own worst fears, navigating a life of friends, parents, school work, sex, sorrow and possibly the end of existence.

The White Princess ()

Premieres on: Sunday, April 16th at 8/7c

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The White Princess is adapted from the eponymous novel by Phillippa Gregory, part of the The Cousins' War book series. It is set in 1485 and is a follow-up to miniseries The White Queen, continuing the story of the War of the Roses. It covers the conclusion of the war and the rise of the House of Tudor through the marriage of Princess Elizabeth of York, the White Queen's daughter, to King Henry VII Tudor.

Mary Kills People ()

Premieres on: Sunday, April 23rd at 10/9c

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Mary Kills People. The show revolves around Mary (Caroline Dhavernas, Hannibal), a single mother and ER doctor who moonlights as an angel of death. Together with her partner, a former plastic surgeon, she helps terminally ill people with euthanasia, allowing them to pass away on their own terms. So far, they have remained under the radar, but her double life is getting more and more complicated.

Great News ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, April 25th at 9/8c

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Great News revolves around an up-and-coming TV news producer (Briga Heelan) who receives 'great news' when she learns that her overbearing mother (Andrea Martin) has rejoined the workforce as an intern at her TV station.

American Gods ()

Premieres on: Sunday, April 30th at 9/8c

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American Gods will focus on the mysterious Shadow, a man who is released from prison a few days early after serving a three year sentence for bank robbery when his beloved wife Laura is killed in a car accident. Flying home for the funeral, Shadow is seated next to a man who introduces himself only as Mr. Wednesday, and this man knows more about Shadow's life, both past and present, than is possible. Shadow comes to learn that Wednesday is, in fact, the god Odin of Norse mythology and that all of the gods that mankind has ever believed in are alive in human form and live among regular people. Shadow is soon thrust into a gathering conflict between the Old gods and the so-called "New gods", the gods of money and technology who believe there is no longer room on Earth for the old gods.

World Of Dance ()

Premieres on: Monday, May 8th at 10/9c

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Dance competition series World Of Dance is led by a judging team of extraordinary dance superstars - Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, NE-YO and host/mentor Jenna Dewan Tatum.

Downward Dog ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, May 17th at 9:30/8:30c

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The comedy Downward Dog is based on a web series told from the perspective of a dog. The story is about his owner, a struggling young woman, portrayed by Allison Tolman (Fargo) and himself.

Love Connection ()

Premieres on: Thursday, May 25th at 8/7c

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Love Connection features single men and/or women in search of romance. After the singles are sent on three blind dates, they will dish the dirt in front of a live studio audience, as Cohen, the well-known provocateur, brings his personal brand of audacious fun to the series.

Beat Shazam ()

Premieres on: Thursday, May 25th at 9/8c

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Grammy-, Golden Globe- and Academy Award-winning actor and musician Jamie Foxx ("Ray," "Django Unchained") hosts Beat Shazam, a unique and interactive game show in which teams of two race against the clock and each other as they attempt to identify the biggest hit songs of all time. In the end, the team with the highest score will outlast the competition and go against Shazam, the world's most popular song identification app, for the chance to win a cash prize.

The F Word ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, May 31st at 9/8c

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Based on his hit U.K. series of the same name, each distinctive and fast-paced hour will combine good food and good cooking with Gordon Ramsay's passion, energy and humor into a one-of-a-kind LIVE series. On THE F WORD, foodie families from across the U.S. will battle it out in an intense, high-stakes cook-off. In addition to impressing Ramsay, each team must win over the hearts and taste buds of the diners, celebrities and VIP guests whom they're serving.

I'm Dying Up Here ()

Premieres on: Sunday, June 4th at 10/9c

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Executive produced by Jim Carrey, I'm Dying Up Here is set in L.A.'s stand-up comedy scene of the 1970s. In this time, many of the comedy superstars began their work. The show follows up-and-coming comedians who preform at a brassy comedy club, whose owner rules the business with an iron fist.

Superhuman ()

Premieres on: Monday, June 12th at 9/8c

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Hosted by actor Kal Penn, this jaw-dropping one-hour competition series will test the abilities of ordinary people to use their extraordinary skills to win a $50,000 grand prize. In each episode, five contestants who possess a distinct, nearly super-human ability in fields such as memory, hearing, taste, touch, smell, sight and more are challenged to push their skills to the limit, yet only one will take home the title of SUPERHUMAN and the $50,000 grand prize.

Little Big Shots: Forever Young ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, June 21st at 8/7c

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Following up on the phenomenal success of "Little Big Shots," in which kids brought their amazing talents to a primetime audience, "Little Big Shots: Forever Young" is where young-at-heart seniors will showcase their hidden talents, vibrant personalities and incredible wisdom.

Candy Crush ()

Premieres on: Sunday, July 9th at 9/8c

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In the live game show, teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology.

The Bold Type ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, July 11th at 9/8c

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The show, from Parenthood producer Sarah Watson, is based on the life of Hearst Magazines' chief content officer, Joanna Coles. The show starts Katie Stevens (Faking It), Melora Hardon (Transparent) and Aisha Dee (Chasing Life)

Salvation ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, July 12th at 9/8c

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Salvation centers on an MIT grad student and a tech superstar who bring to the Pentagon the shocking news that an asteroid is just six months away from a collision with Earth.

Midnight, Texas ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, July 25th at 10/9c

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Supernatural drama Midnight, Texas is based on novels by True Blood author Charlaine Harris. The show is about a small town in Texas where the real world bumps up against a host of otherworldly phenomena. The cast includes Arielle Kebbel, and Peter Mensah.

Marlon ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, August 16th at 9/8c

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Marlon centers on a loving but immature father (Marlon Wayans), who is committed to co-parenting his two children with his very-together ex-wife. For Marlon, family really does come first, even if he's the biggest child of them all.

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Still Star-Crossed ()

Premiere: Midseason 2016-17

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Still Star-Crossed is based on the Melinda Taub book. The show picks up where the famous Romeo & Juliet story ends, following the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the tragic fate of the young lovers.

Claws ()

At the center of Claws is Desna (Niecy Nash), the owner of a nail salon who also cares for her mentally ill brother (Harold Perrineau). She employs her party-girl turned single-mom best friend Jennifer (Jenn Lyon), driver and security guard Quiet Ann (Judy Reyes), preppy ex-con Polly, and the disinterested Virginia (Karrueche Tran). A complicating factor is that the salon is used to launder the profits of an illegal drug clinic.

Will ()

Will is a period drama 'told in a contemporary style' about the wild 20s of a young William Shakespeare. The show stars newcomer Laurie Davidson in the titular role and the cast also includes Olivia DeJonge, Colm Meaney and Mattias Inwood.

The Deuce ()

The period drama stars James Franco  and Maggie Gyllenhaal and follows the legalization and rise of the porn industry in New York's Times Square for the early 1970's through the mid-1980s. It explores the rough-and-tumble world that existed there until the rise of HIV, the violence op the cocaine epidemic and the renewed real estate market all ended the bawdy turbulence. When The Deuce will premiere and the amount of episodes it will get have not been determined yet.

Blood Drive ()

Blood Drive is a high-octane drama series set in a time near an apocalypse. LA's last good cop is forced to join a twisted and gory cross-country death race. The cars are fueled by blood and his partner, a dangerous femme fatale, sees people as fuel.

The Handmade Project ()

The Handmade Project is a competition series that pits America's best 'makers' from all walks of life against each other. Each week they must complete a series of projects in the hopes of impressing hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman and a panel of judges. Shot in a serene outdoor setting, this friendly competition will ultimately crown a winner at the end of the six-week journey, but the series will mainly focus on the characters and camaraderie of those who enjoy creating their own crafts.

Young Sheldon ()

The spinoff of The Big Bang Theory which will center on the young Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons). The series will center on the awkward childhood of Sheldon in Texas. Iain Armitage (Big Little Lies) is set to portray the young Sheldon, and real-life daught of Laurie Metcalf ( Sheldon's on screen mother), Zoe Perry, will portray Sheldon's mom.

The Spy Who Came In From The Cold ()

The show is an adaptation of John le Carré's bestseller The Spy Who Came In From The Cold. The show is set in 1962 during the height of the Cold War and just a few months after the Berlin Wall was built. Intelligence officer Ales Leamas finds his East Berlin network in tatters, with agents either on the run dead. He is recalled to London, where he is offered a chance at revenge. But this means he may have to stay out in the cold a little longer.

The Cops ()

The Cops (working title), stars Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks. The two star as Los Angeles patrolmen trying their best to protect and serve, but sometimes fail at both. The Cops has been given a 10-episode straight-to-series order and is set to premiere in 2018.

Will & Grace Revival ()

Will & Grace is an American television sitcom that was originally broadcast on NBC from 1998 to 2006. The show takes place in New York City and focuses on Will Truman, a gay man and lawyer, and his best friend Grace Adler, a Jewish woman who runs her own interior design firm. Also featured are their friends Karen Walker, a rich socialite, and Jack McFarland, a struggling actor/singer/dancer who also has had brief careers as an acting teacher, back-up dancer, cater-waiter, talk-show host and student nurse

The Sinner ()

Jessica Biel stars in The Sinner as a young mother. When overcome by an inexplicable fit of rage, she commits a startling act of violence. To her horror, she has no idea why she did it. Together with an investigator (Bill Pullman) obsessed with uncovering her buried motive, she travels a harrowing journey into the depths of her psyche and the violent secrets hidden in her past.

Somewhere Between ()

Somewhere Between is a thriller following a mother who knows when and how her daughter will be murdered but doesn't know who the perpetrator is. She does everything in her power to prevent it from happening, but her daughter's fate seems set in stone.

Alone Together ()

Starring real-life best friends Esther Povitsky (Crazy Ex-girlfriend) and newcomer Benji Aflalo, Alone Together revolves around two platonic best friends of opposite genders. They want nothing more than to be accepted by the vain and status-obsessed culture. They have a complicated relationship, but when push comes to shove, they have each others back, because they have nobody else to hang out with.

Superstition ()

Superstition is set in a mysterious town outside New Orleans. Here, the Mosley family owns the only funeral home and the family is the keeper of the town's dark secrets and history. The town is known for its haunted houses, elevated graveyards, odd people, unusual phenomena and most importantly, the world's darkest manifestations of fear, guided into this world by an ancient and mysterious malefactor named The Dredge.

Final Space ()

The animated show is an interstellar comedy which follows astronaut Gary and his adorable, planet-destroying friend, Mooncake. Starting in 2018, the two embark on a quest to unlock the mystery of 'Final Space', the place where the entire universe ends.

The Stream ()

The Stream is a brand new music competition reflecting today's way of discovering new talent. Well-known artists like Justin Bieber, Adele and Norway's Kygo all started their career online, before signing with a record company. The Stream gives ordinary people and new talent a chance to be discovered and chosen in the exact same way - through the Internet and social media.

Five To Survive ()

Five to Survive is a game show that features one adult contestant who must answer 10 questions correctly to earn the top prize. If they answer incorrectly, the contestant has a chance to be saved by a group of five kids who have been asked the same question.

Lodge 49 ()

Set in Long Beach, California, Lodge 49 tells the story of a charming deadbeat surfer named Dud. After the death of his father, he is searching for meaning in his life, and he decides to join a fraternal order.

The Gong Show ()

The Gong Show is a revival of the 1970s and 1980s game show of the same name that aired on NBC in daytime and first-run syndication from 1976 to 1980 and 1988 to 1989. Every episode will feature non-traditionally talented performers plucked from the internet and put in front of a revolving panel of Hollywood judges, who will use a gong to interrupt bad performances.

Room 104 ()

Room 104 is an anthology series set in a single hotel room in a corporate chain near an airport, and chronicles the stories of the various occupants of that room and the the funny, weird, sad, scary, and absurd things going down in the hotel.

Tarantula ()

Tarantula is an animated comedy created and written by Carson Mell that revolves around the residents of the Tierra Chula Resident Hotel (aka 'The Tarantula'). The main character is Echo Johnson, an uncertified tattoo artist who delivers absurd introspective monologues. He spins tales about his misadventures with the other residents, including party crashing, dumpster diving, and other acts of mischief.

The Guest Book ()

The Guest Book is based on creepy stories that creator Greg Garcia has been writing in guest books of rental cabins in trying to freak out the next renters. It is set at a small-town rental cabin and features a new set of renters each episode, while the surroundings stay the same.

Orville ()

Premiere: Season 2017-18

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Orville is created and executive produced by and starring Seth MacFarlane. It is set 300 years in the future and follows the Orville, a crappy exporatory ship in Earth's interstellar fleet. The ship's motley crew will face various cosmic challenges and will boldly overcome all of them.

Law & Order: True Crime ()

Law & Order: True Crime is a true crime anthology series. The show's 8-episode first season will revolve around the brutal murders by the Menendez brothers of their wealthy parents that took place in 1989 in Beverly Hills.

Sharp Objects ()

Based on the eponymous 2006 Gillian Flynn novel, Sharp Objects centers on reporter Camille Parker (Amy Adams). After a short stay at a psychiatric hospital, Parker returns to her tiny hometown and is tasked with covering the murders of two preteen girls. Looking into the murders while struggling with a psychological puzzle from her own past, she finds herself identifying with the victims a bit too much.

Trust ()

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Trust will revolve around the broadly publicized kidnapping of the 16-year old John Paul Getty III that happened in Rome. When a ransom of several millions was demanded from the boy’s family of oil magnates by the kidnappers, the boy’s grandfather Jean Paul Getty — who was held to be the richest living American and even richest living person on earth during the 50’s and 60’s — refused to pay up. Then, four months into the kidnapping, John Paul Getty III’s right ear arrived in the mail at a newspaper.

Tales From The Crypt ()

Tales From The Crypt is a horror anthology series which features whole new horror tales each episode.

The Alienist ()

Based on Caled Carr's bestseller, The Alienist is set in the Gilded Age New York City and revolves around psychiatrist Laszlo Kreizler, newspaper reporter John Moore and police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt as they track down New York City's first serial killer.