The 2010s will forever be known as kicking off the Golden Age of Television, an era when TV shows didn't just match the quality of movies; they surpassed them. And thankfully, the industry is showing no signs of slowing down. The slate of new TV shows in 2020 is already looking diverse, nuanced, and interesting—and so many series haven't even been announced yet. We'll keep you posted here throughout the year on the TV shows you should keep an eye on.
Below, check out the dates that have already been announced and where you can watch them. From Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington's Little Fires Everywhere to the next installment of American Crime Story, it's going to be a good year, my friends. Clear your queues—and schedules—accordingly.
Black Swan meets Ice Princess in this new drama series about an ice skater (Kaya Scodelario) who attempts to stage a comeback after experiencing a disastrous fall. Available January 1 on Netflix.
The modern world is gobsmacked by the emergence of a man who can perform apparent miracles and claims to be delivering a message from his "father." Is he Christ himself? Or something else entirely? Available January 1 on Netflix.
A new retelling of a classic horror story, Netflix's new series shows Count Dracula's origins, from Eastern Europe to his brushes with Van Helsing's descendant. Available January 1 on Netflix.
Cynthia Erivo and Jason Bateman star in this new thriller series, based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King, about a murder case that grows more and more complicated when it's speculated that supernatural forces are involved. Available January 12 on HBO.
Veep's Armando Iannucci is premiering a new concept on HBO: His new comedy, starring Hugh Laurie and Zach Woods, takes place in the future on a luxury-cruise spaceship. Available January 19 on HBO.
Next in Fashion
Tan France and Alexa Chung cohost this new fashion competition show, in which designers team up to create visionary yet accessible looks. Available January 29 on Netflix.
Richard Armitage stars as family man Adam Price, whose perfect suburban life unravels after a stranger tells him a devastating secret. Available January 30 on Netflix.
The story is the same in this adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel: A record store owner revisits their past loves. Only this time, said record store owner is a woman (Zoë Kravitz). Available February 14 on Hulu.
Netflix's first-ever original African series sounds incredible. It follows a secret South African agent who navigates both private operations while also delving into personal issues she faces. It'll get many audiences reacquainted with lead actress Pearl Thusi, who also starred on Quantico. Available February 28 on Netflix.
The Plot Against America
The highly anticipated adaptation of Philip Roth's 2004 book of the same name, which reimagines U.S. history. The story traces a what-if narrative in which Charles Lindbergh is elected president instead of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Anti-Semitism begins to rise in the country, and the story centers on the Roth family amid it all. Available March 16 on HBO
The four-part limited series inspired by the life of political activist Madam C.J. Walker has an all-star cast, led by Octavia Spencer in the lead, and featuring Tiffany Haddish, Carmen Ejogo, and Blair Underwood. Available March 20 on Netflix.
Little Fires Everywhere
Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington star in this adaptation of Celeste Ng's novel, which follows two families in Shaker Heights, Ohio: the Richardsons, a wealthy family with four children, and the Warrens, a mother-daughter duo who financially struggle. A surprising friendship between the families' children brings them together, but a custody battle for a Chinese American baby threatens to break everything apart. Available March 18 on Hulu.
Season four is coming! Issa Rae dropped the trailer on January 15, writing, “It’s 2020 girl, where TF is @insecurehbo?” Available April 12 on HBO.
Ryan Murphy's second TV series for Netflix will serve as a love letter to the old Hollywood of the ’40s and ’50s. Details are mum at this point, but several incredible actors are on board, including Darren Criss, Jim Parsons, and Patti LuPone. Available May on Netflix.
This coming-of-age story about the late Tejano superstar Selena stars Christian Serratos and follows the singer's early career. Already several clips have been released that show Serratos in the role, purple jumpsuit and all. Available this spring on Netflix.
Making the Cut
Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn reuniting? Sign us up. Their new reality show from Amazon Prime is a "search for the next global fashion brand" and will feature guest judges Nicole Richie, Naomi Campbell, Carine Roitfeld, and designer Joseph Altuzarra. Available March 27 on Amazon Prime.
You had us at Shonda Rhimes. Bridgerton, based on one of Julia Quinn's best-selling romance novels, will be the first Shondaland production for Netflix. It's set in the high society world of London and will be narrated by the one and only Julie Andrews. We don't have a premiere date yet, but we're psyched.
Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens
Awkwafina is on quite the run these days with tons of critical accolades (and a Golden Globe!) for her role in The Farewell and now her very own scripted show on Comedy Central. It's inspired by her life growing up in Flushing, Queens, with her dad, grandma, and cousin (played by Saturday Night Live's hilarious Bowen Yang). Premieres January 22 on Comedy Central.
Jordan Peele's latest creative endeavor is not another horror film for the big screen, but a drama series about a group of Nazi hunters living in New York City in 1977—and led by Al Pacino. Color us very intrigued.
The Hulu limited series will tell the story of feminists' fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and the backlash they received from conservatives led by Phyllis Schlafly, who will be played by Cate Blanchett. The rest of the all-star cast includes Rose Byrne as Gloria Steinem, Uzo Aduba as Shirley Chisholm, Margo Martindale as Bella Abzug, and Elizabeth Banks as Jill Ruckelshaus.
We will update this post with more TV shows as premiere dates are announced.
Originally Appeared on Glamour