(Hulu) British comedian Aisling Bea created and stars in this series about a woman attempting to get her life back on track following a nervous breakdown by teaching an English language course to English-as-second-language speakers. (Netflix) The controversial Netflix teen drama is indeed onto Season 3, this time around switching things up entirely to focus on a new controversy: the supposed murder of the school bully. (Amazon Prime) Set in a Victorian-era world where magical creatures live among humans, but are displaced as marginalized immigrants, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevigne play a human and fairy (respectively) caught up in a forbidden affair.
The series tracks their relationship, as well as the Bloom character's investigation into a malevolent force killing members of their society, making for a new kind of ambitious fantasy. (Netflix) It would be hard to forget Jim Henson's legendary original fantasy about the world of Thra, and now the story of the mystical Gelfings is picking back up in a new series for Netflix to satisfy all of your childhood yearnings.
Big names like Helena Bonham Carter, Taron Egerton, Andy Samberg, and more voice the puppet cast. (Hulu) A dramatization of the early life and formation of the iconic rap group Wu-Tang Clan.
Jean Valjean (Dominic West), Fantine (Lily Collins) and Javert (David Oyelowo) won't be doing any singing over this six-episode miniseries currently airing on the BBC in the U. (The CW) After years of zombie Olivia Moore using her undead skills to help the police solve murders, this comedic horror series is coming to an end with its fifth and final season. (Netflix) Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini star in this dark comedy produced by Will Ferrell and Adam Mc Kay, about a grieving widow and her newfound friendship with a free-spirited women. (Sundance Now) An unconventional new series from director Stephen Frears and writer Nick Hornby featuring only 10 10-minute episodes, each about a married couple played by Chris O’Dowd and Rosamund Pike on their way to a session of couples therapy. (Amazon Prime) This Bryan Cranston/David Shore-created series finds the leading conman continuing to assume the identity of his former cellmate, Pete, and facing the repercussions of doing so in its third season. (Netflix) A dystopian teen drama about a group of teenagers who mysteriously are stuck in a parent-less, alternate-universe version of their New England town, and who must create their own society from scratch. pals, including Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer, and Rachel Dratch.
It's based on a real-life vacation they took, and watching it with a bottle of Pinot seems like an ideal way to spend an evening. (Showtime) From filmmaker Sacha Jenkins comes a four-party docuseries on hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan, chronicling their adolescent friendships in New York in the '70s and '80s to their breakout success and legacy.
For a once pleasant, average man, his crude, aggressive attitude is something none of his loved ones could have anticipated. Michael Sheen is set to be added to the cast as a Roger Stone-like character as the series continues to echo the current political climate. Netflix) The Bluths’ personal and professional lives are still in shambles! and also grow out of his phase as a lifelong bachelor. (Showtime) Season 3 ended with a major schism between Taylor Mason (Asia Kate Dillon) and Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis), and a new alliance between Axe, Chuck (Paul Giamatti) and Wendy (Maggie Siff), which sets up a curious new dynamic of the old guard consolidating their billions to keep the new crop from getting any billions for themselves. (ABC) After escaping her life in LA for the peace and quiet of Oregon, a prosecutor who once lost a high-profile case must go back to face the killer whose haunted her for years once he resurfaces. (Hulu) Hulu enters the prestige true-crime game with this anthology series, the first season of which will adapt Buzzfeed's viral Munchausen-syndrome-by-proxy long-read about Dee Dee Blanchard (Patricia Arquette) and her daughter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard (Joey King). (Netflix) Following its debut at Sundance Film Festival, Netflix picked up the distribution rights about this anthology crime drama set in India.
And yet, Jason Bateman’s beloved Michael Bluth is still working hard to clean up the mess his insane family made as the series returns for the second half of its fifth season. (Hulu) Aidy Bryant stars in a new series from Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks about a woman who's comfortable in her own skin and navigating single adulthood in every way from her demanding career to a slew of shitty boyfriends. The first season of this based-on-true-crime series is based on a brutal 2012 investigation into the gang rape of a young woman. (Netflix) Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s very odd sci-fi series about a blind woman named Prairie (Marling) who went missing and comes home years later with the ability to see is set to return for Season 2.
Expect more otherworldly mysteries uncovered, a lot more of those movements. (The CW) This heartwarming, hilarious telenovela about a romance novelist who was mistakenly artificially inseminated is about to come to a close in its final season.
Among a handful of other melodramatic concerns in her life, now the heroine must reckon with the return of her previously lost love...24 shows Competing for prizes 74 shows Talent competitions 30 shows Dating and love 39 shows Family 35 shows Autobiographical 18 shows Ridiculous people 28 shows Life improvement 44 shows Businesses and careers 8 shows Hidden camera and trickery 9 shows Wives You don’t necessarily need talent to live on an island or in a group house for three months and walk away with tons of cash, but you do need to have some sort of strategy. That question has kept millions of viewers coming back to these social experiments for 15 years.A steady stream of new TV shows and returning favorites will be hitting the small screen this year -- an overwhelming amount of television, let's be honest.Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever lead the cast. creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg is sharing his talents with Amazon, with this adult animated series about a woman who, after a car accident, finds she has the ability to time-travel, which she uses to investigate her father’s death. (FX) Ryan Murphy's anthology series returns for its ninth season, which he revealed is set to be in part focused on the slasher horror genre of the '80s.While no release date is confirmed, it's scheduled to air this fall. (Netflix) Funny or Die is producing a full-length movie about Zach Galifianakis' popular interview web series, and it's coming to Netflix.While three years ago it was said her husband was killed in a plane crash over the Democratic Republic of Congo, she believes she sees him in the background of a news report, sending her on a frenzy to Congo to find out the truth. (HBO) A two-part documentary that premiered to controversy at Sundance is set to air on March 3 and 4 on HBO, chronicling two men's sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson. (Netflix) When a college student named Jack’s mother is murdered, he joins a secret society called The Order with plans to avenge her death and hopefully learn more about whatever hidden history haunts his family.