Sure, it was a bummer that so many TV productions were delayed in 2020. But that just means 2021 is going to be filled with even more excellent television to distract you from whatever is happening in the real world. High-profile Marvel projects are finally premiering on Disney+ — including WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and more — and long-anticipated seasons are headed back to TV  — American Horror Story season 10, The Witcher season 2 (here’s hoping), and The Walking Dead bonus season 10 episodes and season 11, for example.


Related: The Most Anticipated Movies of 2021


Among the big 2021 TV offerings, there are new superheroes — Javicia Leslie’s debut in Batwoman, the latest Arrowverse addition Superman & Lois — some real-life heroes — Aretha Franklin, The Rock — space-based series, crime procedurals, and much, much more. Check out our list of the most anticipated TV premieres of 2021 — we’ll add new ones as new premiere dates are announced.

Be sure to bookmark this list of anticipated 2021 TV and streaming shows and let us know in the comments which 2021 shows you’re most excited about.


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January


Starring: Ralph Macchio, William Zabka
Release Date: January 1

It’s the ultimate grudge match! Season 3 offers a three-way feud now that a new sensei lords over the Cobra Kai dojo.

Critics Consensus: By pairing its emotional punches with stronger humor, Cobra Kai’s third season finds itself in fine fighting form.



Starring: Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski, Anna Baryshnikov, Toby Huss, Adrian Enscoe
Release Date: January 8

Season 2 finds poet Emily Dickinson struggling to be published and pinning her hopes on newspaperman Sam Bowles (Finn Jones). Read more: “Dickinson and Hawkeye Star Hailee Steinfeld Relishes Playing Strong-Willed Characters Who ‘Use Their Voice’

Critics Consensus: With stronger writing and a never-better Hailee Steinfeld, Dickinson finds surer footing in its second season without losing any of its strange delights.



Starring: Matthew Goode, Teresa Palmer, Alex Kingston
Release Date: January 9

Witch Diana Bishop escapes to the past with vampire Matthew Clairmont to escape the fallout from their taboo relationship and solve the mysteries of their supernatural existence.

Critics Consensus: Grounded by Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer’s infectious chemistry and a healthy dose of visual splendor, A Discovery of Witches’ sophomore season makes slipping eras look easy.



Starring: Nicholas Ralph, Samuel West, Callum Woodhouse, Anna Madeley, Rachel Shenton
Release Date: January 10

James Herriot’s books, based on his life as a rural veterinarian in 1930s Yorkshire, get the Masterpiece treatment in this seven-part series.

Critics Consensus: With a winsome cast, picturesque setting, and plenty of heart, All Creatures Great and Small is a gentle reminder that good drama can be as soothing as it is entertaining.



Starring: Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Emily Browning, Yetide Badaki, Bruce Langley
Release Date: January 10

Shadow Moon rejects his destiny, seeking a quiet life and guidance from the Orishas, the gods of his Black ancestors; meanwhile his dad Odin, the Norse All-Father, persists in pulling Shadow back into the war between gods.

Critics Consensus: Though it’s unlikely to bring anyone back into the fold, American Gods’ tighter focus and strong performances may be enough for fans still holding out hope for a solid finish.



Starring: Gil Carrillo, Frank Salerno
Release Date: January 13

The true story of California serial killer Richard Ramirez, who stalked Los Angeles in the 1980s. Gil Carrillo, then a detective in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, and the legendary homicide investigator Frank Salerno take viewers step-by-step through the grisly crimes.



Starring: Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Kathryn Hahn, Teyonah Parris
Release Date: January 15

Avengers Wanda Maximoff and Vision kick off the MCU’s Phase 4 in a series set in idyllic sitcom environments, passing through several decades, and questioning reality.

Critics Consensus: Part loving homage to TV history, part off-kilter mystery, WandaVision is a wonderfully weird and strikingly bold step into the small screen for the MCU — and a perfect showcase for Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany.



Starring: Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free, Rupert Grint
Release Date: January 15

From M. Night Shyamalan, Servant’s second season finds Philadelphia couple Sean and Dorothy reeling from the disappearance of the baby they know as their son Jericho and his nanny Leanne, who is part of a cult. Read more: M. Night Shyamalan Teases Four-Season Blueprint for Servant.

Critics Consensus: Servant’s second season serves up a solid — if not always convincing — set of thrills with a better grasp on its dark humor.



Starring: Javicia Leslie, Camrus Johnson, Nicole Kang, Meagan Tandy
Release Date: January 17

Gotham City is getting a new Batwoman: down-to-earth Ryan Wilder stumbles upon the Batsuit, opening up a new destiny for the once-disadvantaged new hero.

Critics Consensus: Batwoman’s second season survives a soft reboot, maintaining the show’s excellence while giving Javicia Leslie plenty of room to spread her wings.



Starring: Jared Padalecki, Keegan Allen, Lindsey Morgan
Release Date: January 21

Texas Ranger Cordell Walker returns home to Austin after two years undercover. The widower must reconnect with his two children and make nice with his new partner, one of the first female Texas Rangers in history.



Starring: Hunter Schafer
Release Date: January 24

The special episode of the HBO hit drama series follows Jules over the Christmas holiday as she reflects on the year. Creator Sam Levinson directed the episode and co-wrote it with star Schafer, who also serves as an executive producer.



Starring: Daveed Diggs, Jennifer Connelly, Sean Bean, Lena Hall, Mickey Sumner, Alison Wright
Release Date: January 25

A new power struggle emerges in season 2, following the arrival of Mr. Wilford (Bean) and a new train in the season 1 finale. A dangerous rift opens, dividing the survivors between their loyalty to Snowpiercer and to Wilford. Meanwhile, Melanie investigates a new discovery that could change humanity’s fate.



Starring: Alan Tudyk, Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds
Release Date: January 27

A shape-shifting alien crash-lands on Earth and assumes the identify of a doctor in the small town of Patience, Washington. As “Dr. Harry” tends to patients, questions arise about the death of the town’s previous doctor.


February


Starring: Queen Latifah, Chris Noth, Lorraine Toussaint
Release Date: February 7

In this reimagining of the classic series, Queen Latifah stars as Robyn McCall, an enigmatic woman with a mysterious background who uses her skills to defend those with nowhere else to turn.



Starring: Cress Williams, Christine Adams, Nafessa Williams, China Anne McClain
Release Date: February 8

Black Lightning season 3 keyart (The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

The CW’s superhero series sees Jefferson Pierce serve up the final season of Black Lightning’s justice. Based on the DC Comics series, the show holds a 94% Tomatometer score going into season 4.



Starring: Rebecca Breeds, Kal Penn, Nick Sandow
Release Date: February 11

FBI Agent Clarice Starling returns to the field in 1993, six months after the events of The Silence of the Lambs. “[Dr. Lecter] was just a part of the process that is triggering her to go back to the real demons that are in her life,” star Rebecca Breeds told Rotten Tomatoes about her character. Read more: “Clarice Star Rebecca Breeds: Series Is a Step in the Evolution of The Silence of the Lambs Heroine.”



Starring:
Release Date: February 16

From Nahnatchka Khan (Fresh Off the Boat) and action superstar Dwayne Johnson, the story of The Rock’s formative years unfolds in an 11-episode comedy series. Johnson will appear in each episode as the focus and inspiration of the series.



Starring: Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Jodi Balfour, Shantel VanSanten, Krys Marshall, Sonya Walger
Release Date: February 19

Season 1 of the alternate-history drama presented a world in which the USSR beat the U.S. to the moon. Season 2 picks up a decade later when Cold War tensions are at their peak, the U.S. and the Soviets race to control the moon’s resources, and NASA is militarized.



Starring: Tyler Hoechlin, Elizabeth Tulloch
Release Date: February 23

The world’s most famous superhero and most famous journalist together face their biggest challenge yet: being modern-day working parents.



Starring:
Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Ross Marquand, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Seth Gilliam
Release Date: February 28

The Walking Dead extended its 10th season by six episodes, which will hit in February and see the survivors rebuilding their lives post-Whisperers, while facing several existential crises over their community, their emotional well-being, and humanity overall.  The series will end with season 11, also expected later this year.


March


Starring: Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Daniel Brühl
Release Date: March 19

Mackie and Stan reunite following the events of Avengers: Endgame as Sam Wilson/Falcon and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier, respectively. The bickering superheroes team up in an adventure that takes them around the world, testing their abilities — and their patience. Brühl returns as villain Helmut Zemo.



Starring: Cynthia Erivo, Courtney B. Vance
Release Date: March TBD

Erivo stars in an exploration of Aretha Franklin’s musical genius and career. The series examines the gospel prodigy and outspoken civil rights champion’s impact and lasting influence on music and culture worldwide.



Starring: Iman Vellani
Release Date: Winter TBD

A new Marvel TV hero is on the horizon: Awkward 16-year-old Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American growing up in Jersey City, is a great student, a gamer, fan-fiction scribe, and a massive fan of superheroes — Captain Marvel in particular. Her world changes dramatically when Kamala gets super powers like the heroes she loves.



April

Hemingway: Miniseries (PBS)
Starring: Jeff Daniels
Release Date: April 5

Award-winning filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick take on the life of literary icon Ernest Hemingway. The three-part, six-hour documentary series paints an intimate picture of Hemingway the writer and explores the writer’s limitations and biases as an artist and a man of his time.



Starring: Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, Kit Young, Ben Barnes
Release Date: April TBD

Based on Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse novels, the fantasy series is set in a war-torn world in which a young soldier attracts sinister forces when she reveals a magical power that might unite her world.


May


Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku, Richard E. Grant
Release Date: May TBD

The God of Mischief steps out of his brother Thor’s shadow in a new MCU Phase 4 series that takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame.


Summer TBD


Starring: Jeffrey Wright, Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Josh Brolin, Hayley Atwell, Chadwick Boseman, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, Natalie Portman, Michael Douglas, Michael B. Jordan, Sebastian Stan, Michael Rooker, Tom Hiddleston
Release Date: Summer TBD

Marvel Studios’ first animated series What If… ? reimagines famous events from Marvel films in unexpected ways. The series features a voice cast made up of the MCU biggest stars reprising their roles.


Power Book III: Raising Kanan: Season 1 (Starz)
Starring: Mekai Curtis, Patina Miller, Omar Epps
Release Date: Summer TBD

From creator, showrunner, and executive producer Sascha Penn, the third installment in the Power franchise tells the story of the early years of Kanan Stark, portrayed by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson in the original series.


The Nevers: Season 1 (HBO)
Starring: Laura Donnelly, Ann Skelly, Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Rochelle Neil, Eleanor Tomlinson, Amy Manson, Pip Torrens, Denis O’Hare, Zackary Momoh, Elizabeth Berrington, Kiran Sawar, Nick Frost, Ben Chaplin
Release Date: Summer TBD

Laura Donnelly in The Nevers (screencap)

(Photo by HBO)

Set in Victorian-era London, this 10-episode science-fiction drama series follows a gang of women who manifest unusual abilities, then face relentless enemies as they embark on a mission that could have world-changing repercussions. The series was originally helmed by Joss Whedon, who stepped down in November 2020 after filming wrapped. HBO subsequently issued a statement that the series would premiere in summer.



December

The Book of Boba Fett: Season 1 (Disney+)
Starring: Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen
Release Date: December TBD

The Mandalorian season 2 Boba Fett poster

(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved.)

As teased in a surprise end-credit sequence in the season finale of The Mandalorian, the legendary bounty hunter’s journey will continue in The Book of Boba Fett, created by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau. Read more: “Everything We Know About The Book of Boba Fett.”



TBD


Starring: Michael C. Hall
Release Date: TBD

A 10-episode limited series reunites series star Michael C. Hall and showrunner Clyde Phillips to revive America’s favorite serial killer Dexter Morgan. The series is set to begin production in early 2021, with a tentative premiere date in the fall of 2021.


Star Wars: The Bad Batch: Season 1 (Disney+)
Starring:
TBD
Release Date: TBD

The Bad Batch is an elite squad of clones (first introduced in The Clone Wars) that vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army. Members each possess a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinary soldiers. Together the formidable crew take on mercenary missions in this animated series set in the post–Clone Wars era.



Starring: Jared Harris, Lee Pace
Release Date: TBD

The 10-episode series based on Isaac Asimov’s influential (think: Star Wars) science-fiction novel trilogy is from David Goyer, Josh Friedman, and Skydance Television and chronicles the epic saga of The Foundation, a band of exiles who discover that the only way to save the Galactic Empire from destruction is to defy it.


Girls5Eva: Season 1 (Peacock)
Starring: Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Paula Pell, Busy Philipps
Release Date: TBD

From Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt writer and co-executive producer Meredith Scardino, the series follows a ’90s one-hit-wonder girl group that reunites to give their dreams one more shot. Tina Fey serves as executive producer.



Starring: Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Joey Batey, MyAnna Buring
Release Date: TBD

Monster-hunter-for-hire Geralt of Rivia continues his journeys in season 2. Based on the book series by Andrzej Sapkowski, the series follows Geralt as he finds love, battles all forms of beast, and stumbles into relationships that together can loosely be called a family.


Vikings: Valhalla: Season 1 (Netflix)
Starring:
Bill Murphy, Yvonne Mai
Release Date: TBD

From The Fugitive writer Jeb Stuart, the new saga begins 100 years after the original series concludes and dramatizes the lives of famous Vikings including Harald Hardrada and Erik the Red. Vikings creator Michael Hirst serves as executive producer.



Starring: Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Brian d’Arcy James
Release Date: TBD

In another installment of the MCU’s Phase 4, Renner reprises his role as Avenger Hawkeye to introduce another skilled Marvel Comics archer, Kate Bishop (Steinfeld).



Starring: Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp
Release Date: TBD

While David Harbour’s Hopper did not meet his end in the climactic battle of season 3, “It’s not all good news for our ‘American’; he is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, where he will face dangers both human… and other,” creators the Duffer Brothers revealed in a press release announcing the start of season 4 filming. “Meanwhile, back in the States, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything.” Read more: “Everything We Know about Stranger Things Season 4.”


Y: The Last Man: Season 1 (FX on Hulu)
Starring:
Diane Lane, Ashley Romans, Ben Schnetzer, Olivia Thirlby, Amber Tamblyn, Marin Ireland
Release Date: TBD

Based on DC Comics’ series of the same name, Y: The Last Man explores a world in which an apocalyptic event has wiped-out every mammal with a Y chromosome, except for one human male and his pet monkey.


Law & Order Organized Crime: Season 1 (NBC)
Starring:
Christopher Meloni
Release Date: TBD

Meloni reprises his Law & Order: SVU role as Elliot Stabler, who returns to the NYPD to lead a new task force following a major personal loss. After a decade away, he must adapt to a changed city, police department, and criminal justice system as he takes on powerful crime syndicates.



Starring: Thuso Mbedu, Chase W. Dillon, Joel Edgerton
Release Date: TBD

Based on Colson Whitehead’s 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel for fiction of the same name, this series is helmed by Barry Jenkins and follows a young Georgia woman’s journey to freedom as she escapes on the very literal, very secret underground railroad.



Starring: Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, Matthew McFadyen, Nicholas Braun, Alan Ruck, Hiam Abbass
Release Date: TBD

Succession s2

(Photo by HBO)

Revisit the insanity of the dysfunctional Roy family dynasty after its 2020 Outstanding Drama Series Emmy win. The four grown children of media tycoon Logan Roy (Cox) return to undermine each other as they each grasp for control of their father’s legacy. But he’s not retired yet.



Starring: Beanie Feldstein, Sarah Paulson, Clive Owen
Release Date: TBD

The third installment of the award-winning true-crime anthology series from producer Ryan Murphy returns with the story of Bill Clinton’s impeachment.



Starring: Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, Finn Wittrock, Macaulay Culkin
Release Date: TBD

The 10th season of Ryan Murphy’s FX horror anthology is expected to premiere in 2021. Us Weekly magazine reports that the season will be subtitled Pilgrim and is scheduled to start filming on February 1 in Provincetown, Massachusetts, with production concluding on March 6.


American Horror Stories, Season 1 (Hulu)
Starring: TBD
Release Date: TBD

Ryan Murphy’s Hulu horror film anthology is also expected this year, and frequent star of Murphy titles Sarah Paulson (ACSAHS, Ratched) revealed that she will direct an episode.



Starring: Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, LaKeith Stanfield, Zazie Beetz
Release Date: TBD

Donald Glover in Atlanta

(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)

The third and fourth seasons of the award-winning comedy from the mind of Donald Glover are expected to film concurrently in 2021 as up-and-coming rapper Paper Boi achieves more success.



Starring: Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Kayvan Novak, Harvey Guillen, Mark Proksch
Release Date: TBD

Harvey Guillen, Kayvan Novak, Mark Proksch, Natasia Demetriou, and Matt Berry in What We Do in the Shadows

(Photo by Russ Martin/©FX)

Created by Jemaine Clement, star of the 2014 film of the same name, the series takes place on Staten Island, where the lives of four vampire roommates are filmed documentary-style. Guest stars in this series — where literally anything can happen — have included Clement, Taika Waititi, and Jonathan Brugh, reprising their roles from the film, as well as Tilda Swinton, Evan Rachel Wood, Danny Trejo, Paul Rubens, Wesley Snipes, Craig Robinson, Mark Hamill, Lucy Punch, and more.



Starring: Pamela Adlon
Release Date: TBD

Pamela Adlon in Better Things

(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/FX)

The award-winning FX comedy series centers on a single mom and actress trying to raise her three daughters in Los Angeles.



Starring:
Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Julia Garner
Release Date: TBD

Ozark

(Photo by Steve Dietl/Netflix ©2020)

Neck deep in a cartel money-laundering operation, financial advisor Marty Byrde (Bateman) and his wife Wendy (Linney) were actively involved in some shocking season 3 murders. The first half of the 14-episode fourth and final season is expected to premiere in 2021, with the second half expected to debut in 2022.


Reservation Dogs (FX)
Starring:
D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Devery Jacobs, Paulina Alexis, Lane Factor
Release Date: TBD

Cast of FX series Reservation Dogs

(Photo by Shane Brown/FX)

The half-hour comedy series from Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi, follows four Native teenagers in rural Oklahoma who both commit crime and fight it.


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DEADPOOL, US advance poster, Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool, 2016. TM & ©Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved./Courtesy Everett Collection; ROBIN HOOD, Robin Hood, 1973, Everett Collection

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The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox stockholders voted at the end of July to approve Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox. For Disney’s movies, this means they now have access to Fox’s Marvel properties like X-Men and Fantastic Four. Disney will now be the home to the Avatar franchise and classic Fox titles.

For television, Disney gets 20th Century Fox studio, FX Networks, National Geographic, and more. The actual Fox network is not part of the deal. Fox splits off and becomes “New Fox,” which includes Fox Broadcasting Co. and the Fox TV station group, Fox Sports and Fox News.

What this means for movie fans is more clear: for one, Marvel fans hope Wolverine can finally join The Avengers, and now that Disney owns the studio that released Star Wars: A New Hope and its 1997 special edition, maybe they can restore the unaltered theatrical edition.

To find out what this means for TV fans, Rotten Tomatoes interviewed current Fox Television CEO Dana Walden, FX CEO John Landgraf, and prolific creator on both networks Ryan Murphy, and found 7 big ways TV fans win in this Disney–Fox deal.


1. NEW FOX WILL KEEP THE SHOWS THAT SCREAM FOX, EVEN IF IT COSTS THEM.

The Simpsons (Fox)

(Photo by Fox)

Television production arm 20th Century Fox Television produces shows on all networks, like This Is Us on NBC, so they’re not going to pull Fox Television shows off of New Fox just because they’re splitting from the network.

Fox Television currently produces Fox’s The Simpsons, 9-1-1, The Resident, The Gifted, The Orville, and this season’s The Cool Kids, Rel, The Passage, and Proven Innocent. And New Fox will fight to keep the shows that define the Fox network.

The Simpsons is so much a part of the brand,” Walden said. “There are no plans for them to go anywhere other than Fox. We have a couple years of episodes already in progress on The Simpsons.”

That’s also good news for anyone pitching animated shows to Fox. Look how The Simpsons has anchored Sunday night animation on Fox.

“There’s been such an incredible halo effect of that show and the other animated series that are on our Sunday night,” Walden acknowledged. “Keeping quality shows that help define a network’s brand — there are reasons aside from financial you keep producing shows.”


2. NEW FOX WANTS TO BE HOME TO THE BEST THE STUDIOS HAVE TO OFFER.

Big Bang Theory (Monty Brinton/CBS)

(Photo by Monty Brinton/CBS)

New Fox may be losing 20th Century Fox Television as an in-house creator of shows, but the split frees them to select from the best new shows all the TV production studios offer. That can still include Fox Television, but also the television arms of Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., MGM, Lionsgate, and more.

“What makes New Fox new: It will be the only network to operate with complete independence,” Walden said. “It will have the ability to pick up the best shows from any production company with no studio agenda. We see this as an opportunity to get vibrant, independent studios back on broadcast.”

Sony and Warner Brothers aren’t hurting — Sony produces NBC’s The Blacklist, ABC’s The Good Doctor, Netflix’s The Crown, and YouTube Premium’s Karate Kid sequel Cobra Kai, while WB produces CBS’s The Big Bang Theory and all The CW’s Arrowverse shows. Walden just wants first dibs.

“We want to be their first choice among the big four networks,” Walden said. “Last season 90 percent of our development came from our own studio. This year we’ll reduce it to 50 percent, with the other half coming from outside.”


3. ROBUST STREAMING.

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Disney is planning to launch its own streaming service next year, which will include a new live-action Star Wars series as well as catalogs of Disney-owned series and movies. The New York Times reports that National Geographic programming is likely to be added to Disney streaming, though it is still unknown whether Fox’s catalog will be combined. If it were, that would include movies like Avatar, Die Hard, Planet of the Apes, and other major franchises and TV classics (M*A*S*H, L.A. Law, and The X-Files, to name a few), and you get a robust streaming environment with familiar titles that appeals to a broad base

And if Fox content doesn’t appear on Disney streaming, Hulu is still available. When Fox’s share of Hulu is added to Disney, Disney will own two-thirds of Hulu. Analysts predict Disney can beef up Hulu with Fox shows that are maybe too edgy and adult for its family friendly Disney service. Empire, 24The Orville, and others may go better with The Handmaid’s Tale and Castle Rock than animated movies.

Disney also owns ESPN and their ESPN+ app, and FX+ is available for $5.99 a month for more options.


4. RYAN MURPHY FANS GET THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS.

American Horror Story: Apocalypse keyart (FX)

(Photo by FX)

Even before the Disney–Fox merger was appoved, Ryan Murphy signed a new deal to develop shows for Netflix, where he’s doing Ratched, a show based on the Nurse Ratched character from One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.

He’s still got four shows on Fox and FX: American Horror Story, American Crime StoryPose, and 9-1-1. He’s going to keep those going for Fox and FX, while still creating more shows for Netflix.

“Every show that I have established that is running that’s on FOX or FX, my intent is to move forward with them and to keep going with them and to be actively involved with them,” Murphy said while on a panel for Pose.

There won’t be any new Ryan Murphy shows on Fox or FX. Netflix snagged the future of Ryan Murphy, but as long as New Fox and Disney play ball, he’ll keep giving them the good stuff they inherited with the purchase.

“It’s been an interesting transition for me, because in many ways it feels the same,” Murphy said. “I’m still close to everybody at FX and FOX and speak to them almost every day while I’m pursuing my new development. So I’m really excited about the things that I’m developing for Netflix, and I’m also very excited about continuing the properties I have for FOX.”


5. THE FOX CATALOG IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PILOT SEASON.

Alien Covenant (Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)

(Photo by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)

Disney is already developing a live-action Star Wars series, thus making its streaming service a must have for Star Wars fans. Via ABC, they’ve also done Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter based on characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Observer suggests that Disney could turn the Alien franchise into a streaming series too. Think of all the Fox franchises that could open up as series: Planet of the Apes was already a short-lived series, but with today’s technology they can do it right. Or how about the weekly adventures of John McClane? (Our own Comics on TV columnist has been rooting for a Fantastic Four or Silver Surfer series.)


6. FX COULD DO A GROWN-UP STAR WARS SHOW.

Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Walt Disney Pictures)

(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)

FX CEO John Landgraf hopes his network can contribute to the synergy of the Disney-Fox deal. FX is home to edgy adult shows like The Americans, Atlanta, American Horror Story, American Crime StoryThe Shield, and so on.

“I think you could make a case Disney does G and PG and PG-13 better than any other company in the history of the world, but they don’t do much R,” Landgraf said. “We do that pretty well. So I think there’s a lot of the properties that don’t readily translate themselves into truly adult stuff, but if you’re asking me if there’s IP locked in there that I’d love to get my hands on, yeah.”

Star Wars has never had a problem entertaining fans of all ages, but surely there are some grown-up fans who would appreciate a more adult and mature take on the galaxy far, far away. If Disney would ever allow such an approach, Landgraf is ready.

“I won’t be the keeper of that flame,” Landgraf said. “If somebody gives us an opportunity to do something with it, I’ll be thrilled, but we’ll see.”


7. SHAKING UP THE COMPETITION LANDSCAPE.

GLOW (Netflix)

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Competition is good and a major concern about Disney acquiring Fox is the idea that it’s inching ever closer to an entertainment monopoly. The competitive landscape remains intact even with this merger — it just looks different.

Disney gets more shows for their streaming services, and Netflix will lose all its Disney content by the end of 2019 and will have to come up with even more originals to keep subscribers interested.

Netflix has shown how good they are at creating compelling water-cooler television: Stranger Things, Mindhunter, and GLOW are three examples. The remaining question is: Can they create the next Bambi or Little Mermaid?

Seven Seconds SEASON Season 1 EPISODE 7 PHOTO CREDIT Cara Howe / Netflix PICTURED Regina King

(Photo by Cara Howe / Netflix)

Regina King is no stranger to drama. She won two Emmys for American Crime and was part of the ensembles of Southland and The Leftovers. Her latest show, Seven Seconds, may be her most harrowing work yet — at least until she appears in Damon Lindelof’s HBO adaptation of Watchmen.

On Seven Seconds, King plays Latrice Butler, a mother whose son Brenton (Daykwon Gaines) is injured in a hit-and-run by a police officer (Beau Knapp). With Netflix vying for Emmy consideration for their dramatic series, King spoke with Rotten Tomatoes by phone about why  Seven Seconds was her toughest role yet.

But first, King shared her near-total conversion from on-the-air television. Find out what’s on her DVR and streaming queues, and the one thing she makes an exception for on live TV.


WHAT IS APPOINTMENT VIEWING FOR YOU?

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I am totally converted. I do not do any appointment TV unless it’s a playoff game or a game final.


WHAT SHOWS ARE ON YOUR DVR?

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Here’s the interesting thing: Netflix has changed the game in a really big way, so you don’t have to backup your DVR as much as I guess I did maybe eight years ago. Right now what I have not caught up with on my DVR — I haven’t caught up on all my Unsungs. I love those shows. You learn something about artists that grew up with you or your parents were listening to on the record player. You just learn so many things that you didn’t know. For the artists that were grown up when I was a kid, I just looked at them as artists, not as peers — like Special Ed, I’m really looking forward to seeing the Special Ed Unsung and looking forward to seeing the Digable Planets Unsung. I can’t wait for that. So I have those two to watch and whatever other ones that I haven’t seen this season. And MTume I’m really looking forward to seeing too. They were the group that Biggie Smalls sampled [in “Juicy”].

Oh, I know what’s on my DVR that I have not watched yet: [American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni] Versace. That is all queued up and ready for me to watch all of them. I have not seen one, so that’s going to be one of those over-at-four-o’-clock-in-the-morning nights.


WHAT IS IN YOUR STREAMING QUEUE?

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So much. I want to see Ibiza. That’s on my radar to watch. I haven’t seen the last two Dave Chappelles, so that’s on there, and Chris Rock’s Tamborine is one that I want to see. Obviously, I’m in this space where I want to see comedies and things that will make me laugh. I’ve been doing TV lately that is so heavy that something light, comedies are the things I’m looking forward to. Another Netflix show I like is Atypical. I’ve only watched three episodes, and I haven’t finished that one. That’s a really good show. It’s funny and it has a little emotional weight to it which I dig. My son turned me onto it. There’s another one my son turned me onto that I’ve watched just the first two episodes which I thought was genius, it’s a cartoon called Big Mouth. I thought that was just awesome.


WHAT’S COMING SOON THAT YOU CAN’T WAIT FOR?

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I cannot wait for the new season of Power. It’s starting any day now, and I’m also excited about that new show Pose.


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(Photo by JoJo Whilden / Netflix)

Fred Topel for Rotten Tomatoes: I’m sure you’d hoped for a fourth season of American Crime, but when there wasn’t, was it nice to find another show that really had something to say?

Regina King: Yes, absolutely. When I came onto Seven Seconds, I only came on for a season. This story is a one-off story. It was never something for me that was supposed to continue. That story was a story that I felt needed to be told. Some people may feel like it’s a told-again story, but unfortunately, this is who we are as an American culture. It’s unfortunate, but for me, the storytelling that is not scared of holding a mirror up is fascinating for me as an artist.


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(Photo by JoJo Whilden / Netflix)

RT: Is there a specific episode you’re submitting for Emmy consideration as an example of your most powerful work?

King: Oh my gosh, I have not gone back to watch the shows, because it was so emotional that I can’t go back to watch. It’s already hard for me to watch myself, because as an actor, the times I’ve watched things that I’ve done, I always feel like, “I wish I would’ve made this choice. Oh, I know I did a better take than that. Why didn’t they use that?” I find myself in this space of shoulda/woulda/coulda and that really is ridiculous. That’s just crazy thinking, but because I do that, I tend to not watch things that I’ve done, unless it’s just something that’s really specific to the press tour, and I need to really know it very well. This one, even if it was specific to the press tour, it was such an emotional place to live for six months that I just can’t go back there. I just can’t.


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(Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)

RT: Is Watchmen going to be that emotional for you?

King: Damon Lindelof is so brilliant. It is going to be emotional in another way, but I don’t think in that way. Because I’m a mother — I’m a mother of a son — I know what it feels like just when your son goes out to a party. If they’re five minutes after curfew, I’m looking at the clock nervous. That alone, I think a lot of parents can relate to that. That’s why [Seven Seconds] was such a raw place for me to be, but Watchmen is going to have some emotion for some different reasons that I can’t say because Damon is so brilliant. He is doing some things in this show that, if it has been done before, I haven’t seen it.

RT: They haven’t said who you’re playing yet, but what is it like to play a new character in the Watchmen world?

King: Well, I start on Monday, so so far we have just been going through all the wardrobe design and all the different things that come along with developing who the woman I’m playing is. I am being very careful, because I am not messing up anything. I’m still so honored that Damon is calling on me again. I just want to show up and show out.

RT: Does reading the comic book help when it’s a new take on Watchmen?

King: I am not reading it. Damon’s asking for me to wait and read it after we finish the first season.


Seven Seconds is now streaming on Netflix. Lindelof is shooting the Watchmen pilot for HBO.

As we ramp up into summer, we reflect upon the 2016 winter/spring season, which brought with it a handful of top-notch TV shows worthy of Certified Fresh status. Whether they be series premieres or new seasons of returning shows, we’ve got all of them here in one place for you. Did your favorites make the list? Sound off in the comments below.

It’s time for our weekly countdown of the Winter TV premieres! Here are the best new shows for the week of Friday, February 5th. See how this week’s shows, Horace and Pete, AnimalsAmerican Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and Madoff stack up against each other on the Tomatometer!

Winter is coming. Well, winter is here, but the new winter TV shows are coming. So if you wanna bundle up and stay in, we have a rundown of the new TV shows, including where and when to find them.

 

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Here it is: the ever-growing list of mid-season premieres for winter and spring, 2016. Included here are series and season premieres, as well as returns of shows that will have been on hiatus for a couple of months or more. So mark your calendars now. Will “peak TV” continue peaking in 2016? You be the judge.


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 January

Friday, Jan. 1
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride special event, 9 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Jan. 3
Galavant season two premiere, 8 p.m., ABC
Downton Abbey season six premiere, 8 pm, PBS
Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life series premiere, FOX
Bordertown series premiere, 9:30 p.m., FOX

 

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Monday, Jan. 4
The Bachelor, season 20 premiere, 8 p.m., ABC
The Biggest Loser season 17 premiere, 9 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Jan. 5
The New Girl season five premiere, 8 p.m., ABC
Teen Wolf season five return, 9 p.m., MTV
The Shannara Chronicles series premiere, 10 p.m., MTV

Wednesday, Jan. 6
American Idol season 15 premiere, 8 p.m., FOX
Mike & Molly season six premiere, 8 p.m., CBS
American Crime season two premiere, 10 p.m., ABC
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 11 premiere, 10 p.m., FXX
Man Seeking Woman season two premiere, 10:30 p.m., FXX

Thursday, Jan. 7
Angel from Hell series premiere, 9:30 p.m., CBS
Beyond the Tank season two premiere, 10 p.m., ABC
Shades of Blue series premiere, 10 p.m., NBC
Todd Margaret season three premiere, 10 p.m., IFC

Sunday, Jan. 10
Shameless season six premiere, 9 p.m., SHO

Tuesday, Jan. 12
Pretty Little Liars season six return, 8 p.m., Freeform
Shadowhunters series premiere, 9 p.m., Freeform

 

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Wednesday, Jan. 13
Second Chance series premiere, 9 p.m., FOX
Younger season two premiere, 10 p.m., TV Land
Teachers series premiere, 11 p.m., TV Land

Thursday, Jan. 14
Colony series premiere, 10 p.m., USA
Workaholics season six premiere, 10 p.m., Comedy Central
Idiotsitter series premiere, 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

 

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Friday, Jan. 15
Hell’s Kitchen season 15 premiere, 9 p.m., FOX

Sunday, Jan. 17
Angie Tribeca series premiere, 9 p.m., TBS
Billions series premiere, 10 p.m., Showtime
Mercy Street series premiere, 10 p.m., PBS

 

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Monday, Jan. 18
War & Peace series premiere, 9 p.m., A&E, Lifetime, History
Almost Royal season two premiere, 10 p.m., BBC America
Hit the Floor season three premiere, 10 p.m., VH1

Tuesday, Jan. 19
Marvel’s Agent Carter season two premiere, 9 p.m., ABC

Thursday, Jan. 21
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow series premiere, 8 p.m., CW
The 100 season three premiere, 9 p.m., CW
Baskets series premiere, 10 p.m., FX
London Spy series US premiere, 10 p.m., BBC America
Portlandia season six premiere, 10 p.m., IFC
Dark Net series premiere, 11 p.m., Showtime

Friday, Jan. 22
Chelsea Does series premiere, Netflix
Mad Dogs series premiere, Amazon Studios
Children’s Hospital season seven premiere, 11 p.m., Comedy Central, Adult Swim

Saturday, Jan. 23
Black Sails season three, 9 p.m., Starz
Beowulf series premiere, 10 p.m., Esquire

Sunday, Jan. 24
The X-Files season 10 premiere, 10 p.m., FOX

 

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Monday, Jan. 25
The Fosters season three return, 8 p.m., Freeform
American Dad! season 12 premiere, 8:30 p.m., TBS
Lucifer series premiere, 9 p.m., FOX
The Magicians series premiere, 9 p.m., SyFy
Recovery Road series premiere, 9 p.m., Freeform

Tuesday, Jan. 26
Outsiders series premiere, 9 p.m., WGN

Wednesday, Jan. 27
Lucha Underground season two premiere, 9 p.m., El Rey
Suits season five return, 10 p.m., USA

Thursday, Jan. 28
You, Me and the Apocalypse series premiere, 8 p.m., NBC

Friday, Jan. 29
The Vampire Diaries season seven return, 8 p.m., CW
The Originals season three return, 9 p.m., CW

Sunday, Jan. 31
The Venture Bros season six premiere, midnight, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim

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 February


Tuesday, Feb. 2
The Muppets season one return, 8 p.m., ABC
American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson series premiere, 10 p.m., FX

 

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Wednesday, Feb. 3
Madoff series premiere, 8 p.m., ABC
Young & Hungry season three premiere, 8 p.m., Freeform
Baby Daddy season five premiere, 8:30 p.m., Freeform

Friday, Feb. 5
Sleepy Hollow season three return, 8 p.m., FOX
Animals series premiere, 11:30 p.m., HBO

Monday, Feb. 8
Castle season eight return, 10 p.m., ABC

Tuesday, Feb. 9
Tosh.0 season eight return, 10 p.m., Comedy Central
Not Safe with Nikki Glaser series premiere, 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Thursday, Feb. 11
Grey’s Anatomy season 12 return, 8 p.m., ABC
Scandal season five return, 9 p.m., ABC
How to Get Away with Murder season two return, 10 p.m., ABC
Those Who Can’t series premiere, 10:30 p.m., TruTV

Friday, Feb. 12
The Amazing Race season 28 return, 8 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Feb. 14
The Walking Dead season six return, 9 p.m., AMC
Vinyl series premiere, 9 p.m., HBO

Monday, Feb. 15
11.22.63 series premiere, Hulu
Major Crimes season four return, 9 p.m., TNT
Better Call Saul season two premiere, 10 p.m., AMC
Bitten season three premiere 11 p.m., Syfy

 

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Tuesday, Feb. 16
The New Yorker Presents series premiere, Amazon Studios
Rizzoli & Isles season seven premiere, 9 p.m., TNT

Wednesday, Feb. 17
Survivor season 32 premiere, 8 p.m., CBS
Broad City season three premiere, 10 p.m., Comedy Central

Thursday, Feb. 18
Vikings season four premiere, 8 p.m., History

Friday, Feb. 19
Love series premiere, Netflix

Sunday, Feb. 21
Girls season five premiere, 10 p.m., HBO
Togetherness season two premiere, 10:30 p.m., HBO

Thursday, Feb. 25
Prey miniseries premiere, 10 p.m., BBC America

Friday, Feb. 26
Fuller House series premiere, Netflix

Monday, Feb. 29
Gotham season two return, 8 p.m., FOX
The Voice season 10 premiere, 8 p.m., NBC
Blindspot season one return, 10 p.m., NBC
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 March


Wednesday, Mar. 2
Rosewood season one return, 8 p.m., Fox
The Real O’Neals series premiere, 8:30 p.m., ABC
CSI: Cyber season two return, 10 p.m., CBS
Hap and Leonard series premiere 10 p.m., Sundance

Thursday, Mar. 3
The Family series premiere, 9 p.m., ABC

Friday, Mar. 4
House of Cards season four, Netflix

Sunday, Mar. 6
Once Upon a Time season five return, 8 p.m., ABC
I Am Cait season two premiere, 9 p.m., E!
Quantico season one return, 10 p.m., ABC

Monday, Mar. 7
Bates Motel season four premiere, 9 p.m., A&E
Damien series premiere, 10 p.m., A&E

 

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Tuesday, Mar. 8
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season three return, 9 p.m., ABC
Of Kings and Prophets series premiere, 10 p.m., ABC

Wednesday, Mar. 9
The Carmichael Show season two preview, 10 p.m., NBC
Underground series premiere, 10 p.m., WGN

Thursday, Mar. 10
60 Days In series premiere, 9 p.m., A&E

Friday, Mar. 11
Bosch season two premiere, Amazon
The Characters series premiere, Netflix
Flaked series premiere, Netflix
Party Over Here series premiere, 11 p.m., FOX

Sunday, Mar. 13
And Then There Were None miniseries US premiere, 8 p.m., Lifetime
The Carmichael Show season two premiere, 9 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Mar. 15
Crowded series preview episodes, 10:00 p.m., NBC
Faking It season three premiere, 10:30 p.m., MTV

Wednesday, Mar. 16
Happy Valley season two premiere, Netflix
Schitt’s Creek season two premiere, 8 p.m., POP
Nashville season four return, 9 p.m., ABC
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders series premiere, 10 p.m., CBS
The Americans season four premiere, 10 p.m., FX

 

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Friday, Mar. 18
Marvel’s Daredevil season two premiere, Netflix

Sunday, Mar. 20
Crowded series premiere, 9:30 pm, NBC

Monday, Mar. 21
Dancing with the Stars season 22 premiere, 8 p.m., ABC

Tuesday, Mar. 22
Heartbeat series preview, 9 p.m., NBC
Stitchers season two premiere, 10 p.m., Freeform

Wednesday, Mar. 23
Heartbeat series premiere, 8 p.m., NBC
Rogue season four premiere, 9 p.m., DirecTV
The Carbonaro Effect season two premiere , 10 p.m., TruTV

Sunday, Mar. 27
Grantchester season two premiere, 9 p.m., PBS
Mr. Selfridge season four premiere, 10 p.m., PBS

Thursday, Mar. 24
The Catch series premiere, 10 p.m., ABC

Wednesday, Mar. 30
The Path series premiere, Hulu
Empire season two return, 9 p.m., FOX
Lopez series premiere, 10 p.m., TVLand
The Soul Man season five, 10:30 p.m., TV Land

 

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Thursday, Mar. 31
Archer season seven premiere, FX
Rush Hour series premiere, 10 p.m., CBS

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 April


Friday, Apr. 1
The Ranch season premiere, Netflix
Banshee season four premiere, Cinemax
Motive season three premiere (US), 10 p.m., USA
Wynonna Earp series premiere, 10 p.m., SyFy

Sunday, Apr. 3
Call the Midwife season five premiere, 8 p.m., PBS

Thursday, Apr. 7
The Odd Couple season two premiere, 8:30 p.m., CBS

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Friday, Apr. 8
Catastrophe season two premiere, Amazon

Saturday, Apr. 9
Outlander season two premiere, 9 p.m., Starz

Sunday, Apr. 10
The Girlfriend Experience series premiere, 8 p.m., Starz
House of Lies season five premiere, 9 p.m., Showtime
Dice series premiere, 9:30 p.m., Showtime
Fear the Walking Dead season two premiere, 10 p.m., AMC

Monday, Apr. 11
The Detour series premiere, 9 p.m., TBS
Hunters series premiere, 10 p.m., SyFy

Tuesday, Apr. 12
Ajin: Demi-Human series premiere, Netflix
The Mindy Project season four return, Hulu
Game of Silence series premiere, 10:00 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Apr. 13
The Last Panthers series premiere, 10 p.m., SundanceTV

Thursday, Apr. 14
Bones season 11 return, 8 p.m., FOX
Orphan Black season four premiere, 10 p.m., BBC America

Friday, Apr. 15
Cuckoo season three US premiere, Netflix
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season two premiere, Netflix

Monday, Apr. 18
12 Monkeys season two premiere, 9 p.m., SyFy

Tuesday, Apr. 19
Containment series premiere, 9 p.m., CW
The Night Manager miniseries premiere, AMC

Wednesday, Apr. 20
Deadbeat series 3 premiere, Hulu

Sunday, Apr. 24
Game of Thrones season six premiere, 9 p.m., HBO
Rebellion miniseries premiere, 9 p.m., Sundance
Silicon Valley season three premiere, 10 p.m., HBO
Veep season five premiere, 10:30 p.m., HBO

Monday, Apr. 25
Turn season three premiere, 10 p.m., AMC

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TBA


The Last Man on Earth season two return, FOX

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