39 TV Shows That Are Premiering And Returning This Spring That Are Worth Checking Out

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1.Bridgerton Season 2

Anthony telling Kate, "My honor is hanging by a thread that grows more precarious with every moment in your presence"

Everyone's favorite steamy romance is back, and I truly cannot wait. Based on Julia Quinn's novel The Viscount Who Loved Me, Bridgerton Season 2 follows Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) as he tries to find his perfect match. His searching leads him to the Sharma family, and although he has an interest in Edwina (Charithra Chandran), he first must win the approval of her protective sister, Kate (Simone Ashley). This enemies-to-lovers story is one of the best in Julia Quinn's series, and I can't wait to see how Shondaland adapts it for Bridgerton.

When it returns: March 25 on Netflix

Watch the new season trailer here.

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2.Moon Knight

Steven looking in the mirror and seeing Moon Knight

Marvel's first project of 2022 hits the ground running when Moon Knight begins. Starring Oscar Isaac, the series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift shop employee who begins to forget moments from his own life, but is gaining memories of another one. Soon, he discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with Marc Spector, a mercenary. Steven/Marc's enemies begin to descend upon them, and they are sent into a deadly mystery involving powerful Egyptian gods, namely Khonshu.

Starring: Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy, F. Murray Abraham, and more

When it premieres: March 30 on Disney+

Watch the trailer here.

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3.The First Lady

Betty Ford saying, "The First Lady has to be a special kind of woman"

This upcoming anthology drama series follows Michelle Obama, Betty Ford, and Eleanor Roosevelt as they try to leave a name for themselves after they each become the First Lady of the United States. The series chronicles how their lives changed and how they tried to leave their marks outside of their husbands' shadows. The First Lady was also executive produced by Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon.

Starring: Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Gillian Anderson, O-T Fagbenle, Aaron Eckhart, Dakota Fanning, Kiefer Sutherland, Judy Greer, Lily Rabe, and more

When it premieres: April 17 on Showtime

Watch the trailer here.

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4.Pachinko

Sunja looking at Hansu and wondering if her life could've been different

Based on the beloved New York Times bestselling novel by Min Jin Lee, Pachinko chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations. Set in 20th century Japan and Korea, this multigenerational family saga mainly focuses on Sunja, a resilient woman whose life is changed forever after she meets a man named Hansu.

Starring: Youn Yuh-Jung, Lee Min-ho, Kim Min-ha, Anna Sawai, Jung Eun-chae, Jeong In-ji, Jimmi Simpson, Han Joon-woo, Kaho Minami, Steve Sanghyun Noh, Soji Arai, and more

When it premieres: March 25 on Apple TV+

Watch the trailer here.

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5.Atlanta Season 3

Van telling Earn, "I think you need to live more in the moment"

After four years between seasons, Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, LaKeith Stanfield, Zazie Beetz, and the rest of the cast finally return for Atlanta Season 3. The new season follows Earn, Paper Boi, Darius, and Van in the middle of a successful European tour, as the group navigates their surroundings as outsiders in new cities. The season will also explore their newfound success and how they adjust to finally getting everything they dreamed of.

When it returns: March 24 on FX

Watch the new season trailer here.

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6.The Girl from Plainville

Michelle and Conrad talking about how they can be like Romeo and Juliet, and Conrad asking Michelle if she knows what happens to them in the end

Warning: This show contains mentions of suicide.

Inspired by the true story of Michelle Carter's unprecedented "texting-suicide" case and based on the article of the same name by Jesse Barron, The Girl from Plainville is a limited series that explores Michelle's relationship with Conrad Roy III. The series chronicles their relationship and the events that led to his death, and later, Michelle's conviction of involuntary manslaughter.

Starring: Elle Fanning, Chloë Sevigny, Colton Ryan, Cara Buono, Kai Lennox, Norbert Leo Butz, and more

When it premieres: March 29 on Hulu

Watch the trailer here.

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7.Russian Doll Season 2

Nadia saying, "When the universe fucks with you, let it"

Natasha Lyonne finally returns as Nadia in Russian Doll Season 2 this spring. The new season is set four years after Nadia and Alan (Charlie Barnett) escaped their chaotic mortality time loop. Now, they find themselves diving deeper into their pasts through an unexpected time portal. At first, Nadia and Alan enjoy their era-spanning adventure, but they soon discover this extraordinary event might be more than they anticipated, and now they have to find a way out. Also, Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy joins the cast for the time-hopping Season 2 chaos.

When it returns: April 20 on Netflix

Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

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8.Starstruck Season 2

Jessie and Tom kissing

Rose Matafeo is back with the second season of this hilarious, heartfelt, and critically-acclaimed series. Starstruck Season 2 is set to pick up right after Season 1, namely when Jessie (Rose Matafeo) thought she was leaving for good and sent some emotional letters detailing her feelings to a few people. While it looks like Jessie and Tom (Nikesh Patel) might finally get their happy ending, there are a few bumps in the road, namely a ghost from Jessie's past returning to her life. The new season is also airing in the UK before it hits HBO Max in the US.

When it returns: March 2022 on HBO Max

Watch the new season trailer here.

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9.Shining Girls

Kirby saying, "Everything is like always and then it's not"

Warning: This show contains mentions of assault.

Based on the novel by Lauren Beukes, Shining Girls follows Kirby, a Chicago newspaper archivist in the early '90s, and we soon find out that a traumatic attack led to her putting her journalistic ambitions on hold. Suddenly, when Kirby learns that a recent murder mirrors her own case, she partners with reporter Dan Velazquez to uncover her attacker's identity. The book is wild, the show is even more so, and Elisabeth Moss proves once again that she's the queen of TV.

Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Wagner Moura, Jamie Bell, Phillipa Soo, Amy Brenneman, and more

When it premieres: April 29 on Apple TV+

Watch the teaser trailer here.

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10.Ozark Season 4, Part 2

Ruth driving in a car and crying, and saying, "My childhood traumas are not like yours. You see. I'm a cursed Langmore"

The final episodes of Ozark hit Netflix when Season 4 returns in April. Following a cliffhanger ending that featured a beloved character's death, Part 2 hits the ground running. When the final episodes pick up, Ruth (Julia Garner) has seemingly reached her breaking point. There are so many questions that need answers before the Ozark series finale, so this next batch of episodes is sure to be a wild ride from start to finish.

When it returns: April 29 on Netflix

Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

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11.Outlander Season 6

Claire telling Jamie that she, Brianna, and Roger don't belong here, and the only reason they are here is because she loved him more than her other life

Droughtlander is over because Outlander has finally returned with new episodes after nearly two years. This new season continues to follow Jamie (Sam Heughan), Claire (Caitríona Balfe), Brianna (Sophie Skelton), and Roger (Richard Rankin) as they start their new lives at Fraser's Ridge in America. However, while they strive to maintain peace and order, the US is heading towards a time of political upheaval and a revolution. Plus, Tom Christie, a man from Jamie's past, and his family arrive on the Ridge to cause even more trouble. This season is adapted from Diana Gabaldon's sixth novel, A Breath of Snow and Ashes.

When it returned: March 6 on Starz

Watch the new season trailer here.

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12.Minx

Doug telling Joyce she needs to add nude men to her magazine

Set in 1970s Los Angeles, Minx follows Joyce, a young and ambitious feminist who joins forces with a low-rent publisher to create the first erotic magazine for women. Minx details how Joyce and Doug's unlikely partnership leads to a phenomenon and a successful women's magazine. The show is also executive produced by Paul Feig.

Starring: Ophelia Lovibond, Jake Johnson, Idara Victor, Jessica Lowe, Lennon Parham, Michael Angarano, Oscar Montoya, Gillian Jacobs, Taylor Zakhar Perez, and more

When it premieres: March 17 on HBO Max

Watch the trailer here.

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13.Sanditon Season 2

Charlotte saying, "I believe independence is something to be encouraged"

After a fan-driven campaign led to the series being saved from cancellation, Sanditon is finally back for a well-deserved second season. Inspired by Jane Austen's final, unfinished novel, Charlotte Heywood (Rose Williams) returns to the coastal resort of Sanditon in Season 2. While returning to Sanditon, Charlotte also returns to the companionship of her friend Georgiana Lambe (Crystal Clarke). The new season brings more adventures, scandals, and a possible new romance for Charlotte.

When it returns: March 20 on PBS

Watch the new season trailer here.

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14.Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty

The Lakers choosing Magic Johnson in the NBA draft

Executive produced by Adam McKay, Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty follows the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, which is considered one of sports' most revered dynasties. The series dives into the hardworking and beloved team — which featured Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and more — that defined an era of basketball and sports, both on and off the court.

Starring: John C. Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, Jason Clarke, Gaby Hoffmann, Hadley Robinson, DeVaughn Nixon, Solomon Hughes, Tamera Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Spencer Garrett, Sarah Ramos, Molly Gordon, Adrien Brody, Sally Field, Michael Chiklis, Jason Segel, and more

When it premiered: March 6 on HBO Max

Watch the trailer here.

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15.Barry Season 3

After three years between seasons, Barry returns with eight new episodes this spring. Desperate to leave his violent past behind, Barry (Bill Hader) tries to untangle himself from the world of killing and immerse himself into acting full time. However, as you can imagine, things get messy. While Barry eliminated a bunch of external factors that led him to become a killer, he now must reckon with his own psyche as he struggles to make the right choices.When it returns: April 24 on HBO and HBO Max.

After three years between seasons, Barry returns with eight new episodes this spring. Desperate to leave his violent past behind, Barry (Bill Hader) tries to untangle himself from the world of killing and immerse himself into acting full time. However, as you can imagine, things get messy. While Barry eliminated a bunch of external factors that led him to become a killer, he now must reckon with his own psyche as he struggles to make the right choices.

When it returns: April 24 on HBO and HBO Max.

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16.Upload Season 2

Nathan highfiving Nora and saying it was weird

This underrated and amazing series finally returns with new episodes. Upload Season 2 picks up after the Season 1 cliffhanger, which featured Nora (Andy Allo) going off the grid and Nathan (Robbie Amell) struggling to figure out where she went and if she's okay. Eventually, when Nora returns to be Nathan's angel again, they both find out a lot has changed.

When it returned: March 11 on Prime Video

Watch the new season trailer here.

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17.Halo

Master Chief saying, "Find the Halo. Win the war"

Inspired by the beloved video game franchise, Halo is set in the 26th century and follows the conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant. The series picks up when Master Chief John-117 and his super-soldiers known as Spartans join the fight as humans seek to end the Covenant.

Starring: Pablo Schreiber, Natascha McElhone, Jen Taylor, Bokeem Woodbine, Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy, Danny Sapani, and more

When it premieres: March 24 on Paramount+

Watch the trailer here.

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18.Better Call Saul Season 6, Part 1

Jimmy telling Kim, "No one knows what we're doing except for us"

The final season of Better Call Saul begins in April, and we'll finally see the end of Jimmy's (Bob Odenkirk) complex journey to becoming the Saul Goodman we meet in Breaking Bad. Season 6 will follow Jimmy and his complex relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn), who is dealing with her own issues outside of Jimmy/Saul's problems. Meanwhile, Mike (Jonathan Banks), Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), and more are locked in a dangerous game of cat and mouse that can seemingly only end in tragedy.

When it returns: April 18 on AMC and AMC+

Watch the new season trailer here.

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19.Gentleman Jack Season 2

Anne telling Ann, "We are the only people in the whole world who want us to be together"

Suranne Jones and Sophie Rundle finally return as Anne Lister and Ann Walker in Gentleman Jack Season 2 this spring. In the brand-new season, it's now 1834 in Yorkshire, and all eyes are on Anne and Ann as they set up their home together at Shibden Hall as a married couple. With the duo combining their estates, they soon become a 19th-century power couple, much to the dismay of others in town. This season will once again pull from the real-life diaries of Anne Lister, part of which were written in code.

When it returns: April 2022 on HBO and HBO Max

Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

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20.Welcome to Flatch

Cheryl saying, "I moved here with Joe when he got the job...then he dumped me. You can't compete with God and apparently Tinder"

Set in a small town in Ohio, this mockumentary comedy follows all of the locals who inhabit Flatch. Welcome to Flatch pulls back the curtain on this small town and all of the exuberant people who call it home. From cousins to a preacher to the preacher's ex-girlfriend, and everyone in between, this small town with a big heart has something for everyone.

Starring: Seann William Scott, Aya Cash, Holmes, Sam Straley, Taylor Ortega, Krystal Smith, Justin Linville, and more

When it premieres: March 17 on Fox

Watch the trailer here.

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21.The Offer

A producer explaining that The Godfather could become a cultural phenomenon

Based on Albert S. Ruddy's experiences of making The Godfather, the limited series dives into the behind-the-scenes secrets that went into this Oscar-winning movie that has stood the test of time. The Offer will follow the development and production of The Godfather, and it comes at a perfect time considering the movie is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Starring: Miles Teller, Matthew Goode, Juno Temple, Dan Fogler, Patrick Gallo, Burn Gorman, Colin Hanks, Giovanni Ribisi, Justin Chambers, and more

When it premieres: April 28 on Paramount+

Watch the teaser trailer here.

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22.Human Resources

A love bug being excited that her first case is a pregnant woman

This Big Mouth spin-off series dives deeper into the lives of the creatures — Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Logic Rocks, Shame Wizards, and many more — that help humans journey through every aspect of life from puberty to parenthood to their elderly years. Human Resources will showcase how the creatures we've come to know and love have a lot of humanity in themselves, too.

Starring: Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, Keke Palmer, Brandon Kyle Goodman, David Thewlis, and more

When it premieres: March 18 on Netflix

Watch the trailer here.

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23.Good Trouble Season 4

Callie telling Jamie, "I just feel like I need to make some big life changes"

The newest season off Good Trouble picks up right where Season 3 left off, and some big changes appear to be happening with our favorite Coterie family. First off, Callie (Maia Mitchell) is coming off of a huge murder trial case and is looking to make a change. Meanwhile, Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) is dealing with the app and Evan (TJ Linnard), while Davia (Emma Hunton) is choosing between Dennis (Josh Pence) and Matt (Erik Stocklin). Plus, we get a The Fosters family reunion, too. A lot is happening this season, and I cannot wait to see what is in store.

When it returned: March 9 on Freeform, next day on Hulu

Watch the new season trailer here.

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24.The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey

This new miniseries follows Ptolemy Grey, an elderly man who suffers from dementia. Suddenly, his lonely life is turned upside down when he's given the opportunity to regain his memories, but the catch is the treatment only lets him regain his memories once. During his precious moments of lucidity Ptolemy is doing everything in his power to solve his nephew's tragic death and come to terms with his past. The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey is also based on a novel written by Walter Mosley.Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Dominique Fishback, Walton Goggins, Marsha Stephanie Blake, and moreWhen it premiered: March 11 on Apple TV+Watch the trailer here.

This new miniseries follows Ptolemy Grey, an elderly man who suffers from dementia. Suddenly, his lonely life is turned upside down when he's given the opportunity to regain his memories, but the catch is the treatment only lets him regain his memories once. During his precious moments of lucidity Ptolemy is doing everything in his power to solve his nephew's tragic death and come to terms with his past. The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey is also based on a novel written by Walter Mosley.

Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Dominique Fishback, Walton Goggins, Marsha Stephanie Blake, and more

When it premiered: March 11 on Apple TV+

Watch the trailer here.

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25.Shining Vale

Rosemary telling Pat that she was the one who wrote "Suck a hot dick"

This new dark comedy series tells the story of a dysfunctional family who moves from the city to a small town and into a house where some horrible things have taken place. Upon arrival, Pat, who is a writer, is the only one who notices some weird things are happening, especially when she starts seeing and talking to Rosemary, who is either a ghost, Pat's alter ego, her muse, a demon, or anything in between.

Starring: Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Mira Sorvino, Judith Light, Gus Birney, Merrin Dungey, Dylan Gage, and more

When it premiered: March 6 on Starz

Watch the trailer here.

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26.Elite Season 5

Netflix's hit series Elite returns with another season this April, and once again, we've got more brand-new characters joining our Las Encinas family. Elite Season 5 picks up after (yet another) murder and with every single relationship — especially Samu (Itzan Escamilla) and Ari (Carla Díaz) and Rebe (Claudia Salas) and Mencía (Martina Cariddi) — dealing with problems. After Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau) and Ander (Arón Piper) both left following Season 4, it's going to be interesting to see how their absence affects everyone as more secrets are kept and lies are exposed.When it returns: April 8 on NetflixWatch the new season teaser trailer here.

Netflix's hit series Elite returns with another season this April, and once again, we've got more brand-new characters joining our Las Encinas family. Elite Season 5 picks up after (yet another) murder and with every single relationship — especially Samu (Itzan Escamilla) and Ari (Carla Díaz) and Rebe (Claudia Salas) and Mencía (Martina Cariddi) — dealing with problems. After Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau) and Ander (Arón Piper) both left following Season 4, it's going to be interesting to see how their absence affects everyone as more secrets are kept and lies are exposed.

When it returns: April 8 on Netflix

Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

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27.DMZ

Alma saying, "Some of you chose to stay here. Some of you had been left behind. All of you survived"

Executive produced by Ava DuVernay and based on the DC comic book series of the same name, DMZ follows Alma Ortega, a New York City medic who becomes a symbol of hope while searching for her lost son during the second American Civil War. Soon, Alma is forced to navigate a dangerous demilitarized zone in Manhattan on a quest to reunite with her son.

Starring: Rosario Dawson, Benjamin Bratt, Freddy Miyares, Hoon Lee, and more

When it premieres: March 17 on HBO Max

Watch the trailer here.

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28.Life & Beth

Beth telling a doctor that her pre-existing condition is being a woman

Created by Amy Schumer, Life & Beth follows Beth, who has her life pretty figured out. She's got a perfect job, she's in a long-term relationship, and she lives in Manhattan. However, everything changes when a sudden incident forces Beth to look at her past. Through flashbacks, we learn how Beth became who she is and how now she's trying to build a bigger, more authentic life for herself.

Starring: Amy Schumer, Michael Cera, Michael Rapaport, Laura Benanti, Yamaneika Saunders, and more

When it premieres: March 18 on Hulu

Watch the trailer here.

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29.Mr. Mayor Season 2

Neil telling Arpi "That worked out swell, didn't it?"

Ted Danson, Holly Hunter, Vella Lovell, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Cabellon, and Kyla Kenedy return in Mr. Mayor Season 2 this spring. The new season will pick up after the Season 1 finale as Neil Bremer (Danson) continues to try and get a handle on becoming mayor of Los Angeles. Similar to Season 1, this new season will also feature Neil and Arpi (Hunter) trying to find common ground once again as Neil's office enters another chaotic term.

When it returns: March 15 on NBC

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30.WeCrashed

Adam saying, "We do this together, we can change everything"

Inspired by true events, this limited series follows WeWork and how it grew from a single co-working space into a global brand worth $47 billion in under a decade. Then, in less than a year, its value plummeted. WeCrashed follows the rise (and fall) of the company as well as the love story between Adam and Rebekah Neumann, which was at the center of it all.

Starring: Jared Leto, Anne Hathaway, Kyle Marvin, America Ferrera, O-T Fagbenle, Theo Stockman, Anthony Edwards, and more

When it premieres: March 18 on Apple TV+

Watch the trailer here.

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31.Undone Season 2

Alma explaining to Becca that they are both time travelers

This critically-acclaimed animated series finally comes back this spring, and it looks just as amazing and visually stunning as the first season. Undone Season 2 will pick up with Alma (Rosa Salazar) realizing there are deeper mysteries in her family's past; however, no one in her family wants to seek the answers alongside her. Eventually, Alma recruits her sister Becca (Angelique Cabral) to help, and the two go on an adventure as they search for answers and heal their family trauma.

When it returns: April 29 on Prime Video

Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

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32.Anatomy of a Scandal

From executive producer David E. Kelley, Anatomy of a Scandal is a psychological thriller and courtroom drama rolled into one. The series follows Britain's elite through both personal and political scandal as the lines between truth, lies, justice, and privilege are intertwined. The series follows James, a minister in Parliament who seemingly has it all together until a scandalous secret is exposed. Starring: Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery, Rupert Friend, Naomi Scott, and moreWhen it premieres: April 15 on Netflix

From executive producer David E. Kelley, Anatomy of a Scandal is a psychological thriller and courtroom drama rolled into one. The series follows Britain's elite through both personal and political scandal as the lines between truth, lies, justice, and privilege are intertwined. The series follows James, a minister in Parliament who seemingly has it all together until a scandalous secret is exposed.

Starring: Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery, Rupert Friend, Naomi Scott, and more

When it premieres: April 15 on Netflix

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33.Woke Season 2

Woke Season 2 returns with eight brand-new episodes this April, as the series picks up where the previous season left off. Keef (Lamorne Morris) is now a very popular activist on the rise, but he's facing a world where

Woke Season 2 returns with eight brand-new episodes this April, as the series picks up where the previous season left off. Keef (Lamorne Morris) is now a very popular activist on the rise, but he's facing a world where "woke" has become big business. Keef and his friends are now struggling with whether they can bring about real change without it being about money. As Keef navigates this new world, he's trying to not lose sight of who he is.

When it returns: April 8 on Hulu

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34.iCarly Season 2

Josh Peck telling Carly and Freddie, "Oh, it's begun"

The 10-episode second season of the iCarly revival picks up right after the Season 1 finale, with Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) refocusing her attention on her friends and family, and less on her romance troubles. Carly's learning to juggle her life alongside her web series, too. Meanwhile, Spencer (Jerry Trainor) and Harper (Laci Mosley) navigate new personal and career developments, while Freddie (Nathan Kress) balances raising Millicent (Jaidyn Triplett) and a new girlfriend. Oh, and this season will feature a guest appearance by Josh Peck, other iconic iCarly characters, and the return of The Groovy Smoothie.

When it returns: April 8 on Paramount+

Watch the new season trailer here.

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35.Kung Fu Season 2

Nicky saying, "You know how we've been waiting for the other shoe to drop? I think it just did"

Kung Fu Season 2 returns bigger and better than ever this March. The new season picks up a few months after the Season 1 battle between Nicky (Olivia Liang) and Zhilan (Yvonne Chapman), with everything seemingly going back to normal. All is well in Nicky's neighborhood as she refocuses on protecting the people who live there and confronting small-time thieves and other people trying to disturb the peace. Of course, this time of relative normalcy doesn't last long, and soon Nicky is attacked by an unknown figure who is just as good at martial arts as she is.

When it returned: March 9 on The CW

Watch the new season trailer here.

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36.Gaslit

Martha saying she's risking her husband's position "because it's the truth"

This new limited series takes us inside the famous Watergate scandal and centers on Martha Mitchell, a socialite and wife to Nixon's loyal Attorney General, John Mitchell. Martha's story has rarely been told, and despite her loyalty to Nixon and his family, she's the first person to publicly call out Nixon's involvement in Watergate, which causes everything to unravel. Gaslit details the lengths Martha is willing to go to in order to make sure the truth gets out there, but also the lengths her husband goes to in order to keep her quiet.

Starring: Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Dan Stevens, Betty Gilpin, Shea Whigham, and more

When it premieres: April 24 on Starz

Watch the teaser trailer here.

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37.Julia

Julia Child cooking in a kitchen

Inspired by the extraordinary life of renowned cook Julia Child, Julia details Julia's life — especially her marriage to Paul Cushing Child — as well as her long-running television show The French Chef, which paved the way for the modern cooking show. This series shows Julia's life and work at a time when public television was new, feminism and the women's movement were booming, and the nature of a celebrity in America was ever-changing.

Starring: Sarah Lancashire, David Hyde Pierce, Bebe Neuwirth, Brittany Bradford, Isabella Rossellini, Judith Light, Robert Joy, and more

When it premieres: March 31 on HBO Max

Watch the trailer here.

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38.Outer Range

Josh Brolin and Noah Reid in Outer Range

Starring and executive produced by Josh Brolin, Outer Range tells the story of Royal Abbott, a rancher fighting for his land and family, who soon discovers a mystery at the edge of Wyoming's wilderness. This family saga begins when the Abbotts are dealing with the disappearance of their daughter-in-law Rebecca. The Abbotts are not only dealing with family drama, but a death in the community coupled with clashing families sets off a tension-filled chain of events.

Starring: Josh Brolin, Imogen Poots, Lili Taylor, Tamara Podemski, Lewis Pullman, Tom Pelphrey, Noah Reid, Shaun Sipos, Isabel Arraiza, Olive Abercrombie, Will Patton, and more

When it premieres: April 15 on Prime Video

Watch the trailer here.

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39.Roar

Based on a book of short stories by Cecelia Ahern, this anthology series offers an insightful, poignant, and sometimes hilarious portrait of what it means to be a woman today. From the creators of Netflix's GLOW and executive produced by Nicole Kidman, Roar takes a look at various women and their experiences and how they navigate the world.Starring: Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Issa Rae, Merritt Wever, Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Meera Syal, Fivel Stewart, Kara Hayward, and moreWhen it premieres: April 15 on Apple TV+

Based on a book of short stories by Cecelia Ahern, this anthology series offers an insightful, poignant, and sometimes hilarious portrait of what it means to be a woman today. From the creators of Netflix's GLOW and executive produced by Nicole Kidman, Roar takes a look at various women and their experiences and how they navigate the world.

Starring: Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Issa Rae, Merritt Wever, Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Meera Syal, Fivel Stewart, Kara Hayward, and more

When it premieres: April 15 on Apple TV+

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We can't fit every show in one post, so are there any other new TV shows or brand-new seasons you're excited for this spring? Tell us in the comments below!

Note: Shows like The Flash, Riverdale, Grey's Anatomy, This Is Us, Station 19, and more have also returned from their winter hiatus and are continuing their seasons this spring.

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