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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.


The Detour ()

Premieres on: Monday, April 11th at 9/8c


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Comedy series The Detour is created and executive-produced by the couple Jason Jones and Samantha Bee. The show is inspired by their own experiences with family vacations.

Hunters ()

Premieres on: Monday, April 11th at 10/9c


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Based on Whitley Strieber’s best-selling novel Alien Hunter, Hunter chronicles the disappearance of a decorated Philadelphia cop’s wife, which leads him to a secret government unit assembled to hunt a group of ruthless terrorists — shadowy figures that may or may not be from this world.

Game Of Silence ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, April 12th at 10/9c


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Game Of Silence centers on a successful Atlanta attorney (David Lyons, Revolution) who has a very dark secret with his childhood friends. When his long-lost friends unexpectedly turn up after 25 years, this secret, which they thought they buried, resurfaces. Together they try to right the wrongs of their past, which will push the limits of their loyalty and quench their thirst for revenge.

Strong ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, April 13th at 9/8c


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Strong features 20 contestants, which include 10 male trainers and 10 female trainees. The trainers work on helping their trainees improve their physical fitness, not only through losing weight but also through achieving a balance between mind and body, and getting into shape both physically and mentally. After a series of challenges, two teams will face each other in a physical competition in the Elimination Tower, with the losing team being eliminated from the series. The winning team will receive a cash prize of up to $500,000, depending on their overall performance in the show.

American Grit ()

Premieres on: Thursday, April 14th at 9/8c


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Hosted by WWE Superstar John Cena, American Grit pits teams of men and women against each other to win millions in prize money as they face military- and survival-themed challenges.

Containment ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, April 19th at 9/8c


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Containment, previously known as Cordon, follows a group of people trying to survive a mysteries and deadly epidemic outbreak in Atlanta. A quarantine is quickly enforced, leaving those stuck inside to fight for their lives and separated from their loved ones, while local and federal officials desperately search for a cure.

The Night Manager ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, April 19th at 10/9c


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The Night Manager is a co-production between AMC and the BBC, and an adaptation of the John Le Carré novel of the same name. It revolves around a British intelligence officer (Tom Hiddleston) who has to navigate both Whitehall and Washington, D.C. He finds that an alliance operates between the intelligence community and the secret arms trade, and needs to infiltrate the inner circle of one of the arms dealers (Hugh Laurie).

Preacher ()

Premieres on: Sunday, May 22nd at 10/9c


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Preacher follows a preacher from Texas who becomes possessed by a supernatural being named Genesis. Genesis is the spawn of an angel and a demon, making him both pure evil and pure good and thus a powerful entity. The preachers goes on a search to find God, possibly to beat him (or her, of course) up. He is helped by his girlfriend and an alcoholic vampire.

Feed The Beast ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, May 31st at 10/9c


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David Schwimmer and Jim Sturgess star in Feed The Beast as two brother-like friends who fulfil their shared dream of opening a restaurant in the Bronx together. The show will follow the ups and downs of their tumultuous endeavour while they each pursue their own dreams. Schwimmer's Tommy sees the restaurant as a means of giving his son the life he never had, while Sturgess' Dion needs the money badly to pay off his mob debts.

Animal Kingdom ()

Premieres on: Tuesday, June 7th at 10/9c


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Animal Kingdom centers on the matriarch (Ellen Barkin) of a Southern California family that is prone to indulgence and excess, funded by criminal activities. Family members include Scott Speedman (Felicity), Shawn  Hatosy (Southland) and Daniella Alonso (Revolution).

Famous ()

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


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Fred and Geneva secretly aspire to work in Hollywood: He wants to be a screenwriter, and she wants to be a pop diva, and one of those dreams miraculously comes true when Geneva lands a record deal after her first music video goes viral. But, as she rises to stardom, he feels pushed to the sidelines. Can the couple survive or will they discover that being famous and in love makes for a complicated threesome?

BrainDead ()

Premieres on: Monday, June 13th at 10/9c


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The series follows a young fresh-faced Hill staffer who gets her first job in Washington, D.C. Here she discovers that the government has stopped working and aliens have come to earth and eaten the brains of many of the Congressmen and Hill staffers.

Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge ()

Premieres on: Monday, June 13th at 10/9c


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Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge is a sports entertainment competition series based on the obstacle race of the same name. The series will bring people together in teams of five - two men, two women, and an "elite Spartan athlete" that will be picked by the show and serve as "team captain." The elite athlete will either be from the Spartan Pro Team or from a different field of expertise.

American Gothic ()

Premieres on: Wednesday, June 22nd at 10/9c


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American Gothic is an upcoming murder-mystery show executive produced by Steven Spielberg. The show centers on a prominent Boston family whose patriarch dies. Shortly after his death, the family discovers links between him and a string of murders.

Roadies ()

Premieres on: Sunday, June 26th at 10/9c


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Roadies is about a group of roadies who live for the music and have formed a family being on the road together. It turns the spotlights to rock music’s unsung heroes; the backstage workers who get the show on the road while touring the United States. The show stars Luke Wilson and Carla Gugino as the band’s tour manager and production manager.

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Taboo ()

Premiere: Unknown


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Taboo is a collaboration between FX Networks and BBC One. Set in 1813, Taboo follows a rogue adventurer who returns to the UK from Africa with 14 ill-gotten diamonds to seek vengeance after his father’s death. The adventurer plays a very dangerous game when he decides to build his own trade and shipping empire instead of selling the family business to the East India Company.

Thirteen ()

The series is about Ivy Moxam, a 26-year-old woman who escapes from the cellar that's been her prison for the last thirteen years.

Queen Of The South ()

Queen Of The South stars Alice Braga (City Of God) as a woman who is forced to seek asylum in the United States, after her drug-dealing boyfriend is brutally murdered in Mexico. Once in the U.S., she teams up with an unlikely figure from her past, and positions herself to become the leader of the cartel.

Emerald City ()

The show is a reimagining of the classic Frank L. Baum books that inspired many tales like The Wizard of Oz and Wicked. Emerald City focuses on Dorothy Gale, a 20 year old girl, and her K9 police dog who are sent on a journey that lands her in the middle of an epic and bloody battle for Oz.

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.

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Trust ()

Premiere: Unknown


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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.

Superhuman ()

Hosted by Kal Penn (House), Superhuman will test the ability of ordinary contestants that claim they possess nearly superhuman abilities in areas such as memory, hearing, taste, touch, smell, and sight.

American Gods ()

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.

The White Princess ()

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.

Shooter ()

Premiere: Unknown


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Shooter is a series partially based on the 2007 Mark Wahlberg movie. It stars Ryan Phillippe as Bob Swagger, an “expert marksman living in exile who is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the president”. Omar Epps co-stars as Secret Service agent Isaac Johnson, who was in the Marines together with Swagger and asks his assistance on a clandestine operation that ends very badly.

Falling Water ()

Falling Water is a supernatural series that revolves around three unrelated people who over time realize they are all dreaming parts of a single common dream. This dream may just hold the key to unraveling the fate of the Earth.

Incorporated ()

Incorporated portrays what the world would be like when big corporations spiraled out of control. An executive named Ben Larson (Sean Teale) infiltrates a company in order to save the woman he loves. Also starring are Dennis Haysbert, David Hewlett, and Ian Tracey.

The Son ()

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

Kicking & Screaming ()

On Kicking & Screaming, ten duos compete in a survival competition. The duos all consist of a seasoned survival expert and a pampered individual who thinks anything less than a five-star hotel is a rough ordeal. The duos are dropped in the wilderness and have to overcome obstacles such as raging rivers, hunger, extreme weather and dangerous animals. The survival experts need to drag their partner all the way through the competition, kicking and screaming, in order to become the winner.

Eyewitness ()

Eyewitness is an adaptation of the Norwegian crime thriller Øyevitne. The show tells the story of a grisly crime from the point of view of the eyewitnesses. When two boys secretly meet up in a forest, they witness a shooting and barely escape with their lives. The boys remain silent in hopes to keep their relationship a secret and fear of being found by the shooter. However, the event they witnessed changes everything.

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.

I'm Dying Up Here ()

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.

Class ()

Class is set in the Doctor Who universe and features all-new heroes, villains and aliens. The show hails from author Patrick Ness and is executive produced by Doctor Who‘s Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin. Class is a co-production between BBC Worldwide and BBC Cymru Wales, and is filmed in Cardiff.

$100,000 Pyramid ()

$100,000 Pyramid is a revival of the iconic 70's and 80's daytime game show of the same name. The new version will air as a weekly prime-time series and Dick Clark, who hosted most of the earlier incarnations of the show, will be replaced by former NFL superstar Michael Strahan. In $100,000 Pyramid, two teams of celebrities and civilians partner up to give and receive clues in various word-association games. The winning team then gets a chance to play in a big-money bonus round, which over the years has ranged from $10,000 to $100,000.

Tales From The Crypt ()

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

People Of Earth ()

People Of Earth centers on a journalist (Wyatt Cenac) who is investigating a support group for alleged alien abductees. Although he is very skeptical at first, he slowly becomes sympathetic to the stories of the alleged abductees and even starts to suspect he might be an abductee as well.

Designated Survivor ()

Designated Survivor revolves around a lower level Cabinet member (Kiefer Sutherland) who is the designated survivor; the one Cabinet member that is safely hidden away during events such as the State of the Union to ensure government continuity in the unlikely event of an attack that kills the President and his direct successors. When the unthinkable happens, Sutherland’s character is suddenly appointed President of the United States after a catastrophic attack that wipes out a large chunk of the Presidential line of succession.

Good Behavior ()

Premiere: Season 2016-17


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Good Behavior is a series about a thief and con artist (Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey). Fresh out of jail she learns of a hitman's assignment to kill a man's wife. Dockery's Letty sets out to prevent the murder from happening.

Shots Fired ()

Premiere: Season 2016-17


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Shots Fired is inspired by real-life current events and is about a series of racially charged shootings in a small town. The show centers on an investigator portrayed by Sanaa Lathan (Love & Basketball), who is investigating the shootings. As she works together with a prosecutor sent by the Department of Justice, she must navigate the media attention, public debate and social unrest. The pair seeks justice before the divided town erupts.

Channel Zero ()

The first season of the anthology series Channel Zero is based on Kris Straub's 'creepypast' Candle Cove. It tells the story of a man's obsessive recollections of a mysterious children's television program for the 1980s. He gets more suspicious with every step about the role the program played in a series of nightmarish and deadly events from his childhood.

Dead Of Summer ()

Set in the 1980s, Dead Of Summer plays out during a summer camp at Camp Clearwater. The children experience their first loves, first kisses and first kills. Clearwater's dark and ancient mythology awakens and turns this summer into an unforgettable one, for all the wrong reasons.

Son Of Zorn ()

Premiere: Season 2016-17


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Son Of Zorn is a live-action/animation hybrid comedy that centers on the animated Zorn (voiced by Jason Sudeikis, Saturday Night Live), an alien who returns to his home on Earth for the first time in 10 years. Zorn is a legendary warrior from his home planet Zephyria. Back on Earth he struggles with his mundane office job and the banality of suburban life. He finds this harder than waging war on his home planet. Johnny Pemberton (21 Jump Street) and Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm) will portray the roles of Zorn's live-action son and ex-wife, respectively. Son Of Zorn will debut in the 2016-17 season.

Beyond ()

Beyond centers on a young man who wakes up after a 12-year long coma and discovers that he has new supernatural abililties. These abilities propel him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.

Guilt ()

Guilt revolves around a young American woman in London who becomes the prime suspect in the brutal murder of her roommate. As the investigation develops, it is up to the viewers to decide for themselves whether she is a naïve young girl who makes poor decisions, or that she is a sociopath who ruthlessly murdered her friend.

Search Party ()

Search Party is a dark comedy about Dory (Alia Shawkat), a fragile, frustrated girl who's not particularly proud of her accomplishments, as they are pretty much non-existent. She is stuck in a relationship with her boyfriend, Drew (John Reynolds). Dory also feels removed from her best friends Elliott (John Early), a self-diagnosed narcissist and Portia (Meredith Hagner), an actress struggling to balance chronic insecurity and pathological self-absorption.

Van Helsing ()

The show will center of Vanessa Helsing, the daughter of famous vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing. Vanessa is being resurrected five years in the future only to find out vampires have taken over the world and that she has unique powers over them. She is humanity's last hope.

Insecure ()

Insecure follows the friendship between two modern-day black women and all of their uncomfortable expierence and racy tribulations. The women are portrayed by Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji.

Atlanta ()

Atlanta revolves around two cousins on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene. One of the cousins will be played by Donald Glover (Community).

Untitled Kevin James comedy ()

The show revolves around a newly retired police officer (Kevin James) who looks forward to spending more quality time with his wife and kids. He quickly discovers, though, that the home life is much tougher on him than the streets ever were.

QuizUp ()

Premiere: early 2016


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QuizUp is a game show based on the trivia app of the same name. The game show will pit studio contestants in real-time against players in the app who have qualified themselves. If a contestant wins eight rounds against eight different players, they can win up to $1 million, but if they lose, the player at home wins the money from that round.

Hunted ()

Hunted follows ordinary people attempting the nearly impossible task of disappearing in today’s vast digital world, as professional investigators combine state of the art tracking methods with traditional tactics to narrow down the search area. From searching their target’s home and scouring Internet and cell phone histories to identifying behavioral patterns, they look for clues to potential hiding places and collaborators that can ultimately lead to capture.

Nicki ()

The comedy is based on Nicki Minaj's life. Set in the 90s, it tells the story of her colorful family and her rise to stardom.

Taken ()

Premiere: Fall 2016


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Taken is a prequel to the eponymous hit movie franchise starring Liam Neeson. In Taken the series, Liam Neeson’s character Bryan Mills is young and has no wife and kids yet. It will chronicle how Mills acquires the very particular set of skills he displays on the big screen. Interestingly, it is set in the present day, even though the character has an age difference of several decades with the movie franchise.

The Good Place ()

The Good Place centers on Eleanor (Kristen Bell), a woman from New Jersey who comes to realize that she hasn’t been a very good person. She decides to turn over a new leaf by learning what it actually means to be “good” or “bad,” and then trying to make up for her past behavior. Ted Danson plays Michael, who, through an unlikely set of circumstances, comes to be Eleanor’s guide through her self-designed self-improvement course. The project is executive produced by Mike Schur.

Better Things ()

Better Things hauls from Louis C.K. and Pamela Adlon. The series is a semi-autobiographical series, focusing on Adlon's life as prior FX series Louie does on C.K.'s life. It revolves around Sam (Adlon), and her life as an actor with two daughters.

Prison Break Sequel ()

The sequel to Prison Break picks up after Michael Scofield’s (Wentworth Miller) apparent death. Dr. Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies) has moved on with her life, raising her and Michael’s child with her new husband (Mark Feuerstein). When clues surface suggesting that Michael may be alive, Sara teams with Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) to engineer the biggest escape ever.

Undercover ()

Undercover revolves around Maya (Sophie Okonedo), the first black woman to hold the highest-ranking public prosecutor role in England. Just as her life comes under intense public scrutiny she discovers her husband Nick (Adrian Lester) has been lying to her for years.

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.

Crime ()

Premiere: Unknown


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Crime, previously known as Criminal Justice, is a miniseries set in New York. The series follows an ambulance-chasing attorney, who gets in over his head when he takes the case of a Pakistani who is being accused of murder. James Gandolfini was attached to this series right before his death.

Untitled Graham Moore thriller ()

The drama, formerly known as Patient Zero, is described as a candid look at an outbreak that pushes its characters to extremes, revealing the best and worst humanity has to offer. The show centers on a woman who shows mysterious symptoms, dropping her in the center of an epidemic with global consequences. In the meantime, an FBI agent on the other side of the world investigates a seemingly unrelated terrorist attack that leads him to the brink of madness.

Wrecked ()

Wrecked follows a group of extremely diverse survivors of a plane crash on a remote island who must adjust to life in a dangerous new world that poses unique threats. No longer plugged in, the group must navigate this new society and learn to live without the comforts of today like social media, Wi-Fi, indoor plumbing and Chipotle.

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.

Big Little Lies ()

Big Little Lies is a limited series which is based on Liane Moriarty's book of the same name. The series focuses on three mothers to kindergartners. Their seemingly perfect lives unravel, until they cross the line and resort to murder.

Uncle Buck ()

Premiere: Midsason 2015-16


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Based on the hit movie of the same name, Uncle Buck (Mike Epps) is a fun-loving but irresponsible guy who needs a job and a place to stay. His brother and sister-in-law need some help around the house. And they just might be the answer to each other's problems.

Law & Order: You The Jury ()

This live one-hour series lets viewers decide the verdict in real-life civil cases.

High Maintenance ()

High Maintenance centers on a Brooklyn-based pot dealer named "The Guy", and his varied group of clients.

Divorce ()

Divorce stars Sarah Jessica Parker as Frances, a woman who impulsively brings up the idea to get a divorce. Afterwards, she can not decide whether to go through with it, but her husband decides for her when he finds out she’s been having an affair.

Westworld ()

The series is set in an amusement park filled with lifelike robots and is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin. Westworld is an adaptation of Michael Crichton’s film of the same name.

Twin Peaks ()

Cult classic ABC series Twin Peaks gets a present-day continuation on Showtime. The original series revolved around the investigation of homecoming queen Laura Palmer’s (Sheryl Lee) murder, and ended with a dream sequence in which Palmer says: “I’ll see you in 25 years”. It is currently unclear which of the original cast members will return.