With so many shows premiering in January, February, and March, your DVR will be working overtime this midseason recording buzzy new shows, revivals, and star-studded specials.
As expected when back in September CBS announced a first celebrity edition of Big Brother for the winter, the network is using the summer staple as counter programming to NBC's 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2018, we may see the biggest ever push against the Olympics by other networks, who usually throw in the towel by switching to repeats during the top sporting event, with ABC also plotting an all-star edition of The Bachelor . CBS — which also has set post-Olympics premiere…
It's a new year, and 2017 brings us a slew of new shows to watch, dissect, binge, and obsess over. Mega stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley headline HBO’s Big Little Lies, while spinoffs 24: Legacy and Training Day extend familiar universes. Amazon takes us back to the roaring ’20s with a dramatized look at of the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald in Z: The Beginning of Everything starring Christina Ricci, while NBC leaps into the Land of Oz with the fantasy epic Emerald City. Cheers to the new year and new TV
This winter we can look forward to new seasons of returning shows, like the acclaimed Better Call Saul and Homeland. The characters of Girls are still trying to navigate life as twentysomethings in New York, while the walking disasters of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia are just trying to stay upright. Plus, popular hits Grimm, Bones, and Bates Motel begin their last seasons. Click through this slideshow to get the latest scoop on your favorite returning series
Sometimes journalists have to ask the hard questions, and in doing so, lives are saved and policies are changed. (See last weekend’s SAG Award-winner Spotlight.) This is not one of those times. This is just us, the journalists, yielding the power of the pen, a Sharpie to be exact, to a bunch of TV stars including Josh Duhamel, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton, a Bachelor, a rapper turned primetime dad, and a couple of adorable Muppets.
WGN America’s new historical thriller Underground promises a very different look at our country’s uncomfortable history with slavery — and this first-look video shows exactly how different.
Jane Lynch is finally flying back into primetime. After a delayed premiere date, CBS is ready to unveil the Glee alum’s long-awaited new sitcom Angel From Hell. Lynch has ditched the tracksuit to play an unlikely guardian angel on the midseason comedy, but her crème de menthe drinking character is far from angelic — and seems to be more homeless than heavenly.
Bring on winter! The second part of the 2015-2016 TV season is officially underway, and there’s no better time to get snowed in. With more than 30 new shows premiering in January alone (and even more debuting in February and March), your DVR will be working overtime this midseason recording buzzy new shows (The Magicians, 11.22.63, and Baskets), revivals (The X-Files and that long-awaited Fuller House reboot), and star-studded specials (we admit it: Grease: Live). Your must-see TV watching calendar is already full. Trust us.
It’s a new year, and 2016 brings us a slew of new shows to watch, dissect, binge, and obsess over. Mega stars Jennifer Lopez and Joan Allen headline the thrillers Shades of Blue and The Family, while spinoffs Legends of Tomorrow and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders extend familiar universes. FX and Ryan Murphy take us back to the mid-’90s with a dramatized look at “The Trial of the Century” in American Crime Story: The People v. O.J.