Want to know if your favorite television series is among the latest cancelled TV shows? Bookmark this page to learn about Netflix cancelled shows, when network series get the axe, and which cable TV limited series are being reworked as anthologies to squeeze every single drop of fan love out of them.

How it works: Renewals are obvious: new season = yay! When a network or streaming service announces that they’re not making another season of a show, however, we count that as cancelled (or “canceled” if you spell it without SEO considerations). Sure, some shows “come to a natural end,” but someone somewhere said “enough,” and to avoid endless discussions about whether a title was “cancelled” or “retired” — “Daredevil and Empire were cancelled, but Game of Thrones died peacefully of old age!” — we’re going with the one designation. Feel free to debate specific titles in the comments if you wish. But first, learn which series will live on, which have been resurrected — which is happening more and more frequently — and which have reached their expiration date.


HBO has announced a third season of its trippy fantasy series, His Dark Materials. However, fans of this adaptation of author Phillip Pullman’s work should note that this will be the last chapter in the series. The story focuses on Dafne Keen’s Lyra, an extremely brave young woman who happens to be from another world. Other cast members for the second season include Ruth Wilson, Amir Wilson, Ariyon Bakare, Andrew Scott, Will Keen, Ruta Gedmintas and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The show has a cumulative 80% Tomatometer for its first two seasons.


Buckle up, folks. Because HBO Max has cleared a second season of The Flight Attendant for takeoff. The psychological thriller stars Kaley Cuoco as Cassie Bowden, a globe-trotting flight attendant and party girl who gets an unwelcome surprise when she wakes up after a black-out night in a foreign country: The man she’d flirted with on the flight over (Michiel Huisman) is lying dead next to her. Now Cassie must solve the case before the feds — or the killer — find her. The first season is Certified Fresh with a 98% Tomatometer.


Brush off those lab coats. Peacock has renewed comedy A.P. Bio for a fourth season. The comedy, which aired on NBC for its first two seasons, stars Glenn Howerton as a former Harvard professor now relegated to teach high school biology (and make his students do his bidding). Other faculty members include Patton Oswalt as Principal Ralph Durbin and Paula Pell as his secretary, Helen Henry Demarcus. The first three seasons have a cumulative 88% Tomatometer.


Hulu has canceled the gritty horror/superhero series Marvel’s Helstrom after one season. The show, which has a 27% Tomatometer score, starred Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon as Daimon and Ana Helstrom — the children of a serial killer who are also on the hunt for horrible people.


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12 Dates of Christmas: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 53 (CBS) – Renewed
68 Whiskey: season 1 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled
9-1-1: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
9-1-1: Lone Star: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed 
The $100,000 Pyramid: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed 
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A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed 
Absentia
: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
After Life: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alex Rider: season 2 (IMDb TV) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
All American: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
All Rise: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Amazing Race: season 33 (CBS) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Gods: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
American Horror Story: seasons 10, 11, 12 and 13 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed 
American Ninja Warrior: season 12 (NBC) – Renewed
American Soul: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Amphibia: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Amy Schumer Learns To Cook: season 2 (Food Network) – Renewed
Animal Kingdom: season 5 (TNT) – Renewed
Another Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
A.P. Bio: season 4 (Peacock) – Renewed
Archer: season 12 (FX) – Renewed
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 3 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: seasons 3 & 4 (FX)  – Renewed 
Atypical: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Avenue 5: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Away: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Awkwafina is Nora from Queens: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
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The Bachelor: season 25 (ABC)
The Bachelorette: season 16 (ABC) – Renewed
Bachelor in Paradise: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Back to Life: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Bargain Mansions: season 3 (HGTV) – Renewed
Bar Rescue: season 7 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
Baroness Von Sketch Show
: season 5 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Beat Shazam: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
Better Things: season 5 (FX) – Renewed
Better Call Saul: season 6 (HBO) – Cancelled (after sixth, and final, season)
Betty: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Big Brother: season 23 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Mouth: seasons 3-6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 6 (Showtime) – Renewed
#blackAF: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
A Black Lady Sketch Show: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 4 (The CW) –  Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Black Monday: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Blacklist
: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Black Mirror: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Bless the Harts: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Blood & Treasure: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Blue Bloods: season 11 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob (Hearts) Abishola: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob’s Burgers: seasons 12 and 13 (Fox) – Renewed
The Bold and the Beautiful: seasons 34 and 35 (CBS) – Renewed
The Bold Type: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
Boomerang: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Botched: season 7 (E!)- Renewed
The Boys: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Bradshaw Bunch: season 2 (E!)- Renewed
Brave New World: season 1 (Peacock) – Cancelled 
Breeders: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Britannia: season 3 (moves to Epix) – Renewed
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Buddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed
Bull: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Bunk’d: season 5 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
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Cake: season 3 (FXX) – Renewed
Card Sharks: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Carmen Sandiego: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Carnival Row: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Carter: season 2 (WGN) – Renewed
Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Celebrity Family Feud: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Charmed: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Chef’s Table: seasons 7 and 8 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Chi: season 4 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire: season 11 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 10 (NBC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: part 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Christina on the Coast: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
The Circle: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
City on a Hill: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Claws: season 4 (TNT) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Cobra Kai: seasons 3 and 4 (moves to Netflix) – Renewed
Conan: season 10 (TBS)-  Cancelled (moving to new show on HBO Max)
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
The Conners: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Cops: season 32 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled
Craftopia: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Craig of the Creek: season 3 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crank Yankers: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Creepshow: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Crossing Swords: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Crown: seasons 4, 5 and 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after sixth, and final, season)
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 11 (HBO) – Renewed
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Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who season 11 poster (BBC America)

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Dancing With the Stars: season 29 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Dave: season 2 (FXX) – Renewed
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
Dead to Me
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
Dear White People: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Desus & Mero: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Diary of a Future President: season 2 (Disney+) – Renewed
Dickinson: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Disenchantment: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doctor Who: season 13 (BBC America) – Renewed 
Documentary Now: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Dogs: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doom Patrol: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Duncanville: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
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E! True Hollywood Story: season 2 (E!)- Renewed
Eli Roth’s History of Horror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Elite: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (through season 5)
Ellen’s Game of Games: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Emily In Paris: season 2 (Netflix)
The End of The F***ing World: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Euphoria: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Evil: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
The Expanse: season 6 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled (after a sixth, and final, season)

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F is for Family: season 5 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
Family Guy: seasons 19 and 20 (Fox) – Renewed
Family Reunion
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fargo
: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
FBI: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
FBI: Most Wanted: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Fear the Walking Dead: season 6 (AMC) – Renewed
Feel Good: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a second, and final, season)
Filthy Rich: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
Five Points: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Flack: season 2 (moves to Amazon) – Renewed
The Flash: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed
The Flight Attendant: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed,
For All Mankind: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
For Life: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
F*ck That’s Delicious: season 4 (Viceland) – Renewed
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: season 6 (TBS) – Renewed

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glow cancelled netflix

(Photo by Netflix)

Gangs of London: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Genius: season 4 (moves to Disney+ for season 4 after previously airing on Nat Geo) – Renewed
Gentleman Jack: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Gentefied: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Ghost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed
GLOW: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Godfather of Harlem: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
The Goldbergs: season 8 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Doctor: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 5 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Good Girls: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Good Trouble: season 3 (Freefrom) – Renewed
Good Witch: season 6 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Goop Lab with Gwyneth Paltrow: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Grace and Frankie: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
Grantchester: season 6 (PBS) – Renewed
The Great: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Great North: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Greenleaf: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: seasons 16 and 17 (ABC) – Renewed
Grown-ish: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
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The Handmaid’s Tale: season 5 (Hulu) – Renewed
Hanna
: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Harley Quinn: season 3 (moves to HBO Max) – Renewed
The Haunting of Hill House: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Hell’s Kitchen: seasons 19 and 20 (FOX) – Renewed
High Fidelity: season 1 (Hulu) – Cancelled
High Maintenance: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
Hightown: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
The Hills: New Beginnings: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after a third, and final, season)
Hitmen: season 2 (Peacock) – Renewed
Home Before Dark: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Hoops: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Hot Zone: season 2 (Nat Geo) – Renewed
How To with John Wilson: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Hunters: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
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I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
If Loving You Is Wrong: season 5 (OWN) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
I’m Sorry: season 2 (truTV) – Cancelled
Impractical Jokers: season 9 (truTV) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
In the Dark: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Industry: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Insecure: season 5 (HBO) – Renewed
Into the Dark: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: season 15, 16, 17 and 18 (FXX) – Renewed
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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seasons 18, 19, and 20 (ABC) – Renewed
Judge Judy: season 25 (syndicated) – Cancelled (after 25th, and final, season)
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed

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Keeping Up With the Kardashians: season 20 (E!) – Cancelled (after 20th, and final, season)
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: season 2 (A&E) – Renewed
Killing Eve: season 4 (AMC and BBC America) – Renewed
The Kominsky Method: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
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L.A.’s Finest: season 2 (Spectrum Originals) – Cancelled
Last Chance U: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Last Man Standing: season 9 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Last O.G.: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: seasons 8, 9 and 10 (HBO) – Renewed
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: season 24 (NBC) – Renewed
Legacies: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Legendary: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Lego Masters: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Letterkenny: season 7 (Hulu) – Renewed
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Little Big Shots: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
A Little Late with Lilly Singh: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Live PD: season 4 (A&E) – Cancelled
Liza On Demand: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Locke & Key: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Lord of the Rings: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Los Espookys: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Lost in Space: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a third, and final, season)
Loudermilk: season 3 (Audience) Renewed
Love, Death & Robots: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love is Blind: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Island: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Life: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Love, Victor: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
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MacGyver: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Magic for Humans: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Magnum P.I.: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Making It: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
The Mandalorian: season 3 (Disney+) – Renewed
Manifest: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Marcella: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marvel’s Spider-Man: season 3 (Disney XD) – Renewed (retitled Spider-Man: Maximum Venom)
Marvel’s Helstrom: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Masked Singer: season 5 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef
: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef Junior: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 9 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Mental Samurai: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
A Million Little Things: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Mindhunter: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Miracle Workers: season 3 (TNT) – Renewed
The Misery Index: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Mixed-ish: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Modern Love: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Moodys: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Motherland: Fort Salem: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Mom: seasons 7 and 8 (CBS) – Renewed
The Morning Show: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Mr. Iglesias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Mr. Inbetween: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Murder House Flip: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
My Brilliant Friend: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed

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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

Narcos: Mexico: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
NCIS: season 18 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: Los Angeles: season 12 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: New Orleans: season 7 (CBS) – Renewed
The Neighborhood: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Never Have I Ever: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
New Amsterdam: seasons 3, 4 and 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Next: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
No Activity: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
NOS4A2: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
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October Faction: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
On Becoming a God in Central Florida: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
On My Block: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
One Day at a Time
: season 4 (Pop) –  Cancelled
The Order: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Orville: season 3 (Fox/Hulu) – Renewed 
The Other Two: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Outer Banks: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed
The Outpost: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
The Outsider: season 1 (HBO) – Cancelled
The Owl House: season 2 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ozark: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a fourth, and final, season)
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P-Valley: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Party of Five: season 1 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled
PEN15: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Pennyworth: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
Perry Mason: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Peyton’s Places: season 3 (ESPN+) – Renewed
Pose: season 3 (FX) – Renewed

Power Book II: Ghost
: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Press Your Luck: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Prodigal Son: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Project Blue Book: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Punk’d: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Q

Queer Eye: season 6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Queen of the South: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Queen Sugar: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
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Raised by Wolves: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Ramy: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Real Time with Bill Maher: season 19 and 20 (HBO) – Renewed
The Resident: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
Rhythm+ Flow: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Rick and Morty: season 4 (Adult Swim) – Renewed 
Ride With Norman Reedus: season 5 (AMC) – Renewed
The Righteous Gemstones: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Riviera: season 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
The Rookie: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Room 104: season 4 (HBO) – Cancelled (after the fourth, and final, season)
Roswell, New Mexico: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
RuPaul’s Drag Race: season 13 (VH1) – Renewed
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: season 6 (VH1) – Renewed
Russian Doll: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
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Sacred Lies: season 3 (Facebook) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
See: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Selena + Chef: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Servant: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Sex Education: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shameless: season 11 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after 11th, and final, season)
Shark Tank: season 11 (ABC) – Renewed
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Sherman’s Showcase: season 2 (AMC and IFC) – Renewed
Shrill: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Simpsons: seasons 31 and 32 (Fox) – Renewed
Singled Out: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 4 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Snowfall: season 4 (FX) – Renewed


Snowpiercer: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
So You Think You Can Dance: season 17 (Fox) – Renewed
The Society: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Solar Opposites: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Somebody Feed Phil: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Songland: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Soulmates: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
South Park: season 26 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
South Side: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Space Force: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Star Trek: Discovery: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Trek: Picard: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: season 7 (Disney+) – Cancelled (after seventh, and final, season)
Stargirl: season 2 (moves to The CW from DC Universe) – Renewed
Station 19: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
Stranger Things: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Strike Back: season 7 (Cinemax) – Cancelled (after seventh, and final, season)
Stumptown: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
Succession: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Supergirl: season 6 (The CW) – Cancelled  (after sixth, and final, season)
Supernatural: season 15 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifteenth, and final, season)
Supertore: season 6 (NBC) – Cancelled (after a sixth, and final, season)
Survivor: season 41 (CBS) – Renewed
S.W.A.T.: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweet Magnolias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Sydney to the Max: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
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Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Tacoma FD: season 3 (TruTV) – Renewed
Tamron Hall: season 3 (syndicated) – Renewed
Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Ted Lasso: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Teenage Bounty Hunters: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
Temptation Island: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020: Part 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (cancelled for this season)
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Texas 6: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Titan Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: seasons 5 and 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Titans: season 3 (DC Universe) – Renewed
To Tell the Truth: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Tosh.0: season 12 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after 12th, and final, season)
Tough as Nails: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Transplant: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Truth Be Told: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Tuca & Bertie: season 2 (moves to Adult Swim from Netflix) – Renewed
Twenties: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
The Twilight Zone: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
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Ultraman: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Umbrella Academy
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Undone: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Unicorn: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Upload: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Utopia: season 1 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
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Van Helsing: season 5 (Syfy) – Cancelled (after a fifth, and final, season)
The Venture Bros.: season 7 (Adult Swim) – Cancelled
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Very Scary People: season 2 (HLN) – Renewed
Vida: season 3 (Starz) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
Virgin River: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Voice: season 18 (NBC) – Renewed
The Vow: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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The Walking Dead
: season 11 (AMC) – Cancelled (after 11th, and final, season)
Watch What Happens Liveseason 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Warrior: season 2 (Cinemax) – Renewed
The Weekly: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
We’re Here: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Westworld: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
What We Do in the Shadows: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
When Calls the Heart: season 7 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Witcher: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
The Wilds: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Woke: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
World of Dance: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrong Man: season 2 (STARZ) – Renewed
Wynonna Earp: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
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Penn Badgley stars in YOU

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Year of the Rabbit: season 2 (IFC) – Renewed
Yellowstone: season 4 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
You: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
You Me Her: season 5 (Audience) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
The Young and the Restless: seasons 48, 49, 50 and 51 (CBS) – Renewed
Young Justice: seasons 4 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Young Sheldon: seasons 3 and 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Younger: season 7 (TV Land) – Renewed

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Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
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FX

The 50 Best TV Seasons of the 2010s, According to the Tomatometer

We’re celebrating the best TV of the decade with a look at the top-scoring seasons of 2010–2019, according to the Tomatometer. The second season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag takes the top spot, but don’t feel bad for season 1; it appears at No. 1 our list. Fellow Amazon Prime series Catastrophe, from creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, tops the list for number of total seasons on the list with three of its four seasons Certified Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer placing at Nos. 14, 15, and 25. Netflix title Master of None is the only show with two seasons in the top 10.

All of the seasons are Certified Fresh at 100%, by the way. We’re showing 50 here, but there are a total of 94 TV seasons from the decade that have 100% Certified Fresh scores. We ranked them according to the number of reviews each had at the season level. Fleabag season 2, for instance, has 95 season-level reviews with Insecure season 1 hot on its heels with 94 reviews. Meanwhile, season 2 of anthology series Fargo, which starred Patrick Wilson and Kirsten Dunst, has a total of 230 reviews total across the season and 10 episodes, but only 58 at the season level, and so the title appears lower on the list. But getting episode-level reviews is an accomplishment in itself; most shows don’t get enough reviews on each episode to get episodic scores.

Broad City and Jane the Virgin — girl power! — have the most seasons in the top 200 seasons of the decade with four each. Fan favorite Breaking Bad is represented twice, while Cobra Kai, which surprised audiences with its 100% Tomatometer score last year is at No. 11. The highest-ranked superhero series is Marvel’s Agents of Shield season 3. Meanwhile, some incredible TV seasons – many of Game of Thrones’, the current season of Watchmen – missed the list, because of just a few dissenting reviews.

Read on to find out which titles placed in the best TV of the decade.

Which is your favorite 100%  Certified Fresh season of TV? Let us know in the comments. 

Fleabag: Season 2 (2019)
100%

#1
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Fleabag jumps back into the fray with a bracing second season that upholds its predecessor's frenzied wit and delicate heart, replete with Phoebe Waller-Bridge's indefatigable charisma.

Insecure: Season 1 (2016)
100%

#2
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Insecure uses star Issa Rae's breakout web series Awkward Black Girl as the basis for an insightful, raunchy, and hilarious journey through the life of a twentysomething black woman that cuts through stereotypes with sharp wit and an effusive spirit.

#3
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Exceptionally executed with charm, humor, and heart, Master of None is a refreshingly offbeat take on a familiar premise.

#4
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Family-driven drama and psychological themes propel The Americans' tautly drawn tension, dispensing thrills of a different ilk this season.

#5
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Master of None's second season picks up where its predecessor left off, delivering an ambitious batch of episodes that builds on the show's premise while adding surprising twists.

Fargo: Season 2 (2015)
100%

#6
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Season two of Fargo retains all the elements that made the series an award-winning hit, successfully delivering another stellar saga powered by fascinating characters, cheeky cynicism, and just a touch of the absurd.

#7
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: By voluntarily blowing up its premise, The Good Place sets up a second season that proves even funnier than its first.
Directed By: David Miner

#8
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Jane the Virgin's dubious premise has become part of its unlikely charm -- along with delightfully diverse writing and a knockout performance by Gina Rodriguez.

Counterpart: Season 1 (2017)
100%

#9
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Tense and gripping, Counterpart is an absorbing thrill-fest led by J.K. Simmons' multi-faceted dual lead performance.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Still evolving in its third season, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. further hits its stride with a blend of thrills, humor, and heart.

Cobra Kai: Season 1 (2018)
100%

#11
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Cobra Kai continues the Karate Kid franchise with a blend of pleasantly corny nostalgia and teen angst, elevated by a cast of well-written characters.

Undone: Season 1 (2019)
98%

#12
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: A kaleidoscopic existential crisis, Undone bends the rules of space, time, and rotoscoping to weave a beautifully surreal tapestry that is at once fantastical and utterly relatable.

Homeland: Season 1 (2011)
100%

#13
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Homeland is an addictive, politically resonant spy thriller and compelling character study that benefits from superb performances.

Catastrophe: Season 3 (2017)
100%

#14
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Catastrophe deepens the drama in its latest season -- but remarkably loses none of its comedy along the way.

Catastrophe: Season 1 (2015)
100%

#15
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Catastrophe proves that there's still a place for simple romantic comedy on television, as long as the actors have chemistry and the jokes are laugh-out-loud funny.

Fleabag: Season 1 (2016)
100%

#16
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Clever and viciously funny, Fleabag is a touching, wildly inventive comedy about a complicated young woman navigating the aftermath of trauma.
Directed By: Harry Bradbeer

Barry: Season 2 (2019)
100%

#17
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Barry follows up a pitch-perfect debut with a second season that balances darkness with comedy while steering clear of antihero overindulgence.

#18
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: A pleasant change from typically gory zombie shows, The Returned is a must-see oddity that's both smart and sure to disturb.

Vida: Season 1 (2018)
100%

#19
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Vida explores familiar familial ground from a fresh perspective to create an earnest and heartfelt take on identity and what it means to belong.

Justified: Season 6 (2015)
100%

#20
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Justified returns to form for its endgame, rebounding with crisp storytelling and colorful characters who never take themselves too seriously.

#21
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Search Party is an engaging, weird, dark, funny mystery elevated by exceptional performances throughout.

Transparent: Season 3 (2016)
100%

#22
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Uniquely its own, and compelling and poignant as ever, Transparent continues to transcend the parameters of comedic and dramatic television with sustained excellence in its empathic portrayal of the Pfefferman family.

#23
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Breaking Bad's well-toned storytelling flares up this season with dramatic story changes and calculated direction.

#24
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Breaking Bad's fourth season continues to evolve and subvert expectations, and it's never been more riveting to watch.

Catastrophe: Season 2 (2015)
100%

#25
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Catastrophe delivers a strong second season that deepens the drama while remaining spit-take funny.

#26
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Killing is a slow burning mystery with an eerie, mutli-dimensional story propelled by thoughtful writing, believable characters, and realistic horror, even if its season finale was unsatisfying.

#27
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Pamela Adlon fully asserts her authorial voice over Better Things in a triumphant third season that examines the exhaustion of motherhood with exhilarating artistry.

#28
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: A wild philosophical ride to the very end, The Good Place brings it home with a forking good final season.

Big Mouth: Season 2 (2018)
100%

#29
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Poignantly repulsive, Big Mouth continues to confront the awkwardness of adolescence with foul-mouthed glee and an added layer of maturity.

#30
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: American Crime offers a unique anthology series filled with surprising revelations and compelling inter-connected narratives that opt for original, emotional human commentary instead of tired arguments over current events.

#31
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dear White People's endearing excellence returns, but with an added layer of emotional maturity that enhances the show's powerful, relevant meditations on race relations in America.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Not letting up in season two, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is still odd in the best of ways, wonderfully building on its unique comedy stylings and brilliantly funny cast.

Veep: Season 4 (2015)
100%

#33
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Veep shows no signs of slowing down in its fourth season, thanks to sharp, funny, rapid-fire dialogue between POTUS and her hilariously incompetent staff.

#34
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Babylon Berlin's humor and humanity pair nicely with its hypnotic visuals, resulting in a show that dazzles within its oversaturated genre.

#35
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Skillfully puncturing the idea of celebrity and our culture's bizarre obsession with it, BoJack Horseman's third season continues its streak as one of the funniest and most heartbreaking shows on television.

#36
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Igualmente hilarante y horripilante, Los Espookys is an espooky good time.

#37
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: One Day at a Time continues its ascent into classic sitcom territory without losing sight of its modern identity.

#38
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Bold Type presents an aspirational yet refreshingly realistic portrait of young women's careers, friendships and love lives in a big city.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: With its excellent cast and resplendent period trappings, Downton Abbey continues to weave a bewitching, ingratiating spell.

#40
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: As timely and tender as ever, One Day at a Time's third season manages to up to comedy ante without losing the intimate family moments that help it hit so close to home.

#41
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Rick and Morty's fourth season is both an exciting progression and a delightful return to form that proves more than worth the two-year wait.

#42
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: You're the Worst continues to chart serious territory with intelligence, heart, and noxious wit in its third season, even as the anti-rom-com's damaged narcissist protagonists slowly start to get over themselves.

Dark: Season 2 (2019)
100%

#43
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dark's sumptuous second season descends deeper into the show's meticulously-crafted mythos and cements the series as one of streaming's strongest and strangest science fiction stories.
Directed By: Baran bo Odar

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return picks up right where its predecessor left off, retaining all the cult classic's crucial ingredients and adding a handful of fresh twists.

#45
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Planet Earth II offers a spectacular, moving, unprecedented account of the natural world.
Directed By: Mike Gunton

Big Mouth: Season 3 (2019)
97%

#46
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Like the characters at its center, Big Mouth's third season continues to grow, taking on complicated new issues with the same gross-but-utterly-empathetic eye that made it so lovable in the first place.

Broad City: Season 5 (2019)
100%

#47
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Glazer and Jacobson give the people exactly what they want in Broad City's final season - relatable content, questionable intimacy, and ingenious escapades through the glorious squalor of IRL NYC.

#48
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: America to Me confronts hard questions through candid moments in a Chicago high school, crafting an exploration of race and class relations in America that is as insightful as it is inspiring.
Starring:

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Following a period of uncertainty and a shift to NBC, Brooklyn Nine-Nine reemerges with its cast and tone wholly intact.

Bunheads: Season 1 (2012)
100%

#50
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Smart, sharp, and effortlessly charming, Bunheads is a captivating blend of drama and comedy that succeeds on the strength of a terrific ensemble cast.


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Want to know if your favorite television series is among the latest cancelled TV shows? Bookmark this page to learn about Netflix cancelled shows, when network series get the axe, and which cable TV limited series are being reworked as anthologies to squeeze every single drop of fan love out of them.

How it works: Renewals are obvious: new season = yay! When a network or streaming service announces that they’re not making another season of a show, however, we count that as cancelled (or “canceled” if you spell it without SEO considerations). Sure, some shows “come to a natural end,” but someone somewhere said “enough,” and to avoid endless discussions about whether a title was “cancelled” or “retired” — “Daredevil was cancelled and Empire is cancelled, but Game of Thrones died peacefully of old age!” — we’re going with the one designation. Feel free to debate specific titles in the comments if you wish, but first, learn which series will live on, which have been resurrected — which is happening more and more frequently — and which have reached their expiration date.



Another renewal ahead of a debut: Apple TV+ has renewed M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant for a second season, Shyamalan revealed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Rupert Grint, and Nell Tiger Free star in the psychological thriller, which follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home. The series joins Apple Originals Dickinson, For All MankindSee, and The Morning Show, which received second-season orders.


THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, Lawrence Makoare as Lurtz, 2001 (New Line Cinema)

(Photo by New Line Cinema)

Amazon has renewed The Lord of the Rings for season 2, while season 1 is still early in pre-production in New Zealand, Deadline reported. Season 1 will have a break in filming so that the writers room can reassemble to write season 2 scripts, which may allow simultaneous or back-to-back filming of seasons 1 and 2. The series is expected in 2021.


READ MORE: Upcoming TV Fantasy Series That Could Be the Next Game of Thrones


Marvel’s Runaways is the latest series developed under Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb to get the axe. Loeb is expected to announce his exit before the Thanksgiving holiday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. All 1o episodes of the young superhero series’ third season will drop on Hulu on December 13.


It’s official: The Mandalorian season 2 is underway. Earlier this year, series creator Jon Favreau revealed that he was working on season 2 scripts, but, as any film or TV writer can tell you, a script does not equal a green light. In a post on Instagram, Favreau sent “Greetings from the set of #TheMandalorian season 2,” which is enough proof for us.



Leave it to magical monster hunter Geralt of Rivia to find a way to return before he’s even arrived. Netflix has renewed fantasy series The Witcher for season 2 ahead of its premiere. Henry Cavill stars as the titular adventurer in the series that launches on December 20. The series, based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher novels and short stories, also stars Freya Allan as Ciri and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich (Daredevil) is showrunner on the title, which will likely find an audience with gamers thanks to CD Projekt Red’s enormously popular and critically-acclaimed video game series based on the character.

Latest update (12/13): Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed; Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – RenewedWatch What Happens Liveseasons 17 & 18 (Bravo) – RenewedBuddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed; Bargain Mansions: season 2 (HGTV) – RenewedGhost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed


# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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13 Reasons Why: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
48 Hours: season 30 (CBS) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 52 (CBS) – Renewed
9-1-1: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
The 100: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed and Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
The $100,000 Pyramid: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
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A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed 
Abby’s
: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Absentia
: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Action Watches Ancient Aliens
: season 2 (Viceland) – Renewed
The Affair: season 5 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after final season)
After Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Agatha Raisin: season 3 (Acorn TV) – Renewed
Aggretsuko: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alexa & Katie: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
All American: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Alone Together: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Gods: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
American Horror Story: seasons 9 and 10 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 18/season 8 (ABC) – Renewed (for third season on ABC, 18th overall)
American Ninja Warrior: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
American Soul: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
American Vandal: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
American Princess: season 1 (Lifetime) – Cancelled
Andi Mack: season 3 (Disney) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Angie Tribeca: season 4 (TBS) – Cancelled
Animal Kingdom
: season 5 (TNT) – Renewed
Animals
: season 3 (HBO)  – Cancelled
Anne With an E
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Period: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Apocalypse Now: season 1 (Starz) – Cancelled
A.P. Bio: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed (on NBCUniversal’s upcoming streaming service Peacock, after being cancelled by NBC)
Archer: season 11 (FX) – Renewed
Arrow
: season 8 (The CW) – Cancelled (after eighth and final season)
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 3 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: seasons 3 & 4 (FX)  – Renewed 
Atypical: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Axios: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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The Bachelor: season 24 (ABC) – Renewed
The Bachelorette
: season 16 (ABC) – Renewed
Bachelor in Paradise
: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Back to Life: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Ballers: season 5 (HBO) – Cancelled
Bargain Mansions: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
Bar Rescue: season 7 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
The Baroness Von Sketch Show
: season 5 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Baskets: season 4 (FX) – Cancelled
Better Things: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
The Big Bang Theory: season 12 (CBS) – Cancelled
Big Brother: season 22 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Mouth: seasons 3-6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 5 (Showtime) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
A Black Lady Sketch Show: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Black Monday
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Blacklist
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Black Mirror
: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
Bless the Harts: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Bless This Mess: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Blindspot: season 5 (NBC) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Blood & Treasure: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Blue Bloods: season 10 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob’s Burgers: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
Bojack Horseman: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The Bold Type: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
Boomerang: Season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Bosch: season 6 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Boys: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Broad City: season 5 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Buddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed
Bull: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Busy Tonight: season 1 (E!) – Cancelled
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Card Sharks: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Carmen Sandiego: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Carnival Row: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Carter
: season 2 (WGN) – Renewed
Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Catastrophe: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
Celebrity Family Feud: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
Chambers: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Champaign, ILL: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Channel Zero: season 4 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
Charmed
: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Chef’s Table: seasons 7 and 8 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Chi: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Christina on the Coast: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
City on a Hill: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Claws: season 4 (TNT) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
The Code: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled 
Cobra Kai: season 3 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed 
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
The Conners: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Cool Kids: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Corporate: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Renewed and Cancelled (after third and final season)
Counterpart
: season 2 (Starz) – Cancelled 
Craig of the Creek
: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crashing: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: season 4 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Creepshow: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Criminal Minds: season 15 (CBS) – Cancelled (after 15th and final season)
The Crown: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 10 (HBO) – Renewed
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Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who season 11 poster (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

Dancing With the Stars: season 28 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after third and final season)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Dead to Me
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Deadly Class
: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled
Dear White People
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Designated Survivor: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Desus & Mero: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Detour: season 4 (TBS) – Cancelled
Detroiters: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
The Deuce: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Dickinson: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Disenchantment: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Divorce: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Do You Want to See a Dead Body: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Doctor Who: season 12 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Documentary Now: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Dogs: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doom Patrol: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 7 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
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E

Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Eli Roth’s History of Horror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Elite
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ellen’s Game of Games
: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Empireseason 6 (Fox) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The End of The F***ing World
season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
The Enemy Within
: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Euphoria
: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Evil: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed;
The Expanse
: season 5 (Amazon) – Renewed (after being cancelled by Syfy)
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F

FARGO -- Year 3 -- Pictured (l-r): Michael Stuhlbarg as Sy Feltz, Ewan McGregor as Emmit Stussy. CR: Chris Large/FX

(Photo by Chris Large/FX)

F is for Family: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fam
: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled 
Family Guy
: season 18 (Fox) – Renewed
Family Reunion
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fargo
: season 4 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
FBI: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Fear the Walking Dead: season 6 (AMC) – Renewed
Feud: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
The First: season 1 (Hulu) – Cancelled 
Five Points
: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
The Fix
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Flack
: season 2 (Pop) – Renewed
The Flash
: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
Florida Girls
: season 2 (Pop TV) – Renewed
For All Mankind: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
For the People: season 2 (ABC) – Cancelled
Forever
: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Fresh Off the Boat
: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
Friends from College
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
F*ck That’s Delicious: season 4 (Viceland) – Renewed
Fuller House: season 5 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: season 5 (TBS) – Renewed
Future Man: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled (after final third season)
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G

Game of Thrones: season 8 (HBO) – Cancelled 
Gentleman Jack: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Genius: season 3 (National Geographic) – Renewed
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Ghost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed
The Gifted: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
GLOW: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
The Goldbergs: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Goliath: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Good Behavior: season 2 (TNT) – Cancelled
The Good Cop: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Good Doctor: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Good Witch
: season 6 (Hallmark) – Renewed
Good Girls
: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Good Place
: season 4 (NBC) – Cancelled
Good Trouble: season 2 (Freefrom) – Renewed
Grace and Frankie
: season 7 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
Grand Hotel
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Grantchester
: season 4 (PBS) – Renewed
Greenleaf: season 4 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: seasons 16 and 17 (ABC) – Renewed
Grown-ish
: season 3 (Freeform) – Renewed
Gypsy
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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H

The Handmaid’s Tale: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Hanna
: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Happy Together: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled
Happy: season 2 (Syfy) – Cancelled
Harlots: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Haunting of Hill House: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Hawaii Five-0: season 10 (CBS) – Renewed
Hell’s Kitchen: seasons 19 and 20 (FOX) – Renewed
High Maintenance: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
The Hills: New Beginnings: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 2 (BBC) – Renewed
Hit the Floor: season 4 (VH1) – Cancelled
Homeland: season 8 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after a final eighth season)
House of Cards: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
How to Get Away With Murder: season 6 (ABC) – Cancelled (after a final sixth season)
Humans: season 3 (AMC) – Cancelled 
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I

I Feel Bad: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled 
I Love You, America
: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled 
I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
I’m Dying Up Here:
season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
I’m Sorry: season 3 (TruTV) – Renewed
Impractical Jokers: season 9 (truTV) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
In the Dark: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Into the Dark: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Insatiable: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Instinct: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Into the Badlands: season 3 (AMC) – Cancelled
iZombie: season 5 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
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J

Jane The Virgin: season 5 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seasons 18, 19, and 20 (ABC) – Renewed
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K

Kidding: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Kids Are Alright
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
Killing Eve
: season 3 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Killjoys: season 5 (SyFy) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
The Kominsky Method: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Krypton: season 2 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
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L

L.A.’s Finest: season 2 (Spectrum Originals) – Renewed
Lady Dynamite
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Last Call With Carson Daly
: season 17 (NBC) – Cancelled 
Last Chance U
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Last Man Standing: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
The Last O.G.: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
The Last Ship: season 5 (TNT) – Cancelled 
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: season 7 (HBO) – Renewed
Legacies: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Legion: season 3 (FX) – Cancelled
Lethal Weapon: season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Letterkenny: season 7 (Hulu) – Renewed
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Life in Pieces: season 4 (CBS) – Cancelled
Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Little Big Shots: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Liza On Demand: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Lodge 49: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
The Lord of the Rings: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Lore: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Los Espookys
: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed 
Lost in Space: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Loudermilk: season 3 (AT&T) – Renewed
Love Connection
: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Love, Death & Robots: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Island: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Lucifer: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Luther: season 5 (BBC America) – Renewed
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M

MacGyver: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Madam Secretary
: season 6 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final season)
Magic for Humans
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Magicians: season 5 (Syfy) – Renewed
Magnum P.I.: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
The Mandalorian
: season 2 (Disney+) – Renewed
Man in the High Castle: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Man With a Plan: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Manifest
: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Marcella
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marlon: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Marvel’s Daredevil: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Iron Fist: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Jessica Jones
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Luke Cage: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s The Punisher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Runaways: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Spider-Man: season 3 (Disney XD) – Renewed
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Masked Singer: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef
: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef Junior
: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 9 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Midnight, Texas
: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
A Million Little Things
: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Mindhunter
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Miracle Workers: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
The Misery Index: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Modern Family: season 11 (ABC) – Cancelled (after eleventh and final season)
Modern Love: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Mom: seasons 7 and 8 (CBS) – Renewed
Mr. Iglesias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Mr. Inbetween: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Mr. Robot: season 4 (USA Network)  – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Murphy Brown: season 11 (CBS)  – Cancelled
My Brilliant Friend: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Mystery Science Theater 3000:The Return: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled

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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

Narcos: Mexico: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Nathan for You: season 4 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
NCIS: season 17 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: Los Angeles
: season 11 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: New Orleans
: season 6 (CBS) – Renewed
The Neighborhood
: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
New Amsterdam: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Nightflyers: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled
No Activity: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
No Good Nick: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
NOS4A2: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
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O

The OA: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
On Becoming a God in Central Florida
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
On My Block
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
One Day at a Time
: season 3 (Pop) – Renewed (by Pop) after being Cancelled (by Netflix)
One Dollar: season 1 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
Orange Is the New Black: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final seventh season) (pictured)
The Orville: season 3 (Fox/Hulu) – Renewed 
The Other Two: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Outcast: season 2 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed
The Outpost: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
The Owl House: season 2 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ozark: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed

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P

Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Paradise Hotel: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Passage: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Patriot: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
PEN15: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Pennyworth: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
The Perfectionists: season 1 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Poldark: season 5 (BBC1) – Cancelled 
Pose: season 3 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
Power: season 6 (Starz) – Cancelled (after sixth and final season)
Preacher: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Press Your Luck: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Project Blue Book
: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Proven Innocent: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled 
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Q

Queer Eye: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Queen of the South
: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Queen Sugar: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
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R

The Rain: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Ramy
: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Ranch
: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Ransom: season 3 (CBS) – Cancelled
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ray Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Red Line: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Rel
: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Resident: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Reverie: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rick and Morty: 70 episodes (Adult Swim) – Renewed (pictured)
Ride With Norman Reedus: season 4 (AMC) – Renewed
The Righteous Gemstones: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Rivieraseason 2 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
The Romanoffs: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
The Rookie: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Roswell, New Mexico: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Russian Doll: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
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S

Sacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Salvation
: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Santa Clarita Diet: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Schitt’s Creek: Season 6 (Pop) – Cancelled (after sixth and final season)
Schooled: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
See: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
A Series of Unfortunate Events: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Servant: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Sex Education: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shades of Blue: season 3 (NBC) – Cancelled
Shadowhunters: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Shameless: season 10 (Showtime) – Renewed
Shark Tank: season 11 (ABC) – Renewed
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
She’s Gotta Have It
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Shrill
: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Shooter
: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Sideswiped: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Silicon Valley
: season 6 (HBO)  – Cancelled (after sixth and final season) (pictured)
The Simpsons: seasons 31 and 32 (Fox) – Renewed
Single Parents: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 3 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 3 (Freeform) – Renewed
SMILF: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Sneaky Pete: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
Snowfall: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
Sydney to the Max: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed


Snowpiercer: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed (ahead of season 1’s 2020 premiere)
The Society: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Somebody Feed Phil: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Son
: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
Songland: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Sorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
South Park: season 26 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
South Side: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Spanish Princess: season 1 (Starz) – Renewed and Cancelled (the limited series has been extended for eight new episodes to conclude the story)
Speechless: season 3 (ABC) – Cancelled
Splitting Up Together: season 2 (ABC) – Cancelled
Stan Against Evil
: season 3 (IFC) – Cancelled
Star: season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled
Star Trek: Discovery: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: season 7 (Disney Streaming) – Renewed
Star Wars Resistance: season 2 (Disney) – Cancelled
Station 19
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Stranger Things: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed

Strike Back: season 7 (Cinemax) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Succession: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Suits: season 9 (USA) – Cancelled (after final ninth season)
Supergirl: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Supernatural: season 15 (The CW) – Cancelled (after final 15th season)
Superstore: season 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Swamp Thing: Season 1 (DC Universe) – Cancelled 
SWAT: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweetbitter: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
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Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Tacoma FD: season 2 (TruTV) – Renewed
Take Two: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Tangled: season 3 (Disney) – Renewed
Teachers: season 3 (TV Land) – Cancelled
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Temptation Island: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
The Tick: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
The Titan Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: seasons 4, 5, and 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Tin Star: season 3 (Amazon) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Titans: season 3 (DC Universe) – Renewed (pictured)
Timeless: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
To Tell the Truth: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Too Old to Die Young: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Tosh.0: seasons 11 and 12 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Transparent
: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled (after wrap-up film)
Travelers: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Trial & Error: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Trinkets: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after final second season)
Tuca & Bertie: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Twilight Zone: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
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The Umbrella Academy SEASON Season 1 EPISODE 10 PHOTO CREDIT Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix PICTURED Ellen Page

(Photo by Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix)

Ultraman: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Umbrella Academy
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Undone: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
UnREAL: season 4 (Lifetime) – Cancelled

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Van Helsing: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Veep: season 7 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Versailles: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
Very Scary People: season 2 (CNN) – Renewed
Vida: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
Vice News Tonight: season 4 (HBO) – Cancelled
The Village: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Vikings: season 6 (History) – Cancelled (after final sixth season; pictured)
The Voice: season 17 (NBC) – Renewed
Voltron:Legendary Defender season 8 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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W

Wahlburgers: season 10 (A&E)  – Cancelled (after final tenth season)
The Walking Dead
: season 11 (AMC) – Renewed
Watch What Happens Liveseasons 17 & 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Warrior: season 2 (Cinemax) – Renewed
Westworld: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
What We Do in the Shadows: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
When Calls the Heart: season 7 (Hallmark) – Renewed
Whiskey Cavalier
: season 1 (ABC)  – Cancelled
The Witcher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
Will & Grace: season 11 (NBC) – Cancelled (after final eleventh season)
World of Dance: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrecked: season 3 (TBS) – Cancelled
Wrong Man: season 2 (STARZ) – Renewed
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas: season 2 (HBO) – Cancelled
Wynonna Earp: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
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X

X Company: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
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Y

Penn Badgley stars in Lifetime’s new series YOU, premiering Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 10pm ET/PT. Photo Credit: Lifetime

Yellowstone: season 3 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
You: season 2 (Lifetime/Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
You Me Her: season 5 (Audience) – Renewed

Young & Hungry
: season 5 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Young Justice: seasons 4 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Young Sheldon: seasons 3 and 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Younger: season 7 (TV Land) – Renewed
You’re the Worst: season 5 (FXX) – Cancelled 

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Z

Z Nation: season 5 (Syfy) – Cancelled
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Wondering when your favorite show is wrapping, or whether this season is its last? Check out the calendar below to find out TV’s fall finale dates.

Upcoming finales: See: season 1 (Dec. 6), Silicon Valley: season 6 (Dec. 8), Madam Secretary: season 6 (Dec. 8), Mrs. Fletcher: season 1 (Dec. 8).


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 December


Monday, Dec. 2
Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood: Season 6, 8 p.m., WH1

Friday, Dec. 6
See: Season 1 (2019) 44% Apple TV+

Sunday, Dec. 8
Silicon Valley: Season 6 (2019) 94% 10 p.m., HBO
Madam Secretary: Season 6 (2019)  10:30 p.m., CBS
Mrs. Fletcher: Limited Series (2019) 82% 10:55 p.m., HBO

Monday, Dec. 9
Cartel Crew: Season 2 (2019)  9 p.m. VH1
Wrap Battle: Season 1 (2019)  10 p.m. Freeform

Tuesday, Dec. 10
The Moodys: Season 1 (2019) 64% 9 p.m. Fox
Total Divas: Season 9, 10 p.m., E!

Wednesday, Dec. 11
Castle Rock: Season 2, Hulu
Making It: Season 2 (2019)  10 p.m. NBC
South Park: Season 23 (2019) 50% 10 p.m. Comedy Central

Saturday, Dec. 14
Ready to Love: Season 1, 10 p.m., OWN

Sunday, Dec. 15
Watchmen: Season 1, 9 p.m., HBO

Monday, Dec. 16
The Great Christmas Light Fight: Season 7, 8 p.m., ABC

Tuesday, Dec. 17
The Voice: Season 17, 9 p.m., NBC
The Purge: Season 2, 9 p.m., USA
The Real Housewives of Orange County: Season 14, 9 p.m., Bravo
Counting On: Season 10, 9 p.m., TLC
Ambitions: Season 2, 10 p.m., OWN
Treadstone: Season 1, 10 p.m., USA
The Misery Index: Season 1, 10:30 p.m., TBS

Wednesday, Dec. 18
Survivor: Season 39, 8 p.m., CBS
The Masked Singer: Season 2, 8 p.m., Fox
Born This Way: Season 4, 9 p.m., A&E
The Real Housewives of Dallas: Season 4, 9 p.m., Bravo

Thursday, Dec. 19
Temptation Island: Season 2, 9 p.m., USA

Friday, Dec. 20
For All Mankind: Season 1 (2019) 74% Apple TV+
The Morning Show: Season 1 (2019) 61% Apple TV+
Van Helsing: Season 4, 10 p.m., Syfy


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Monday, Mar. 9
All American: Season 2 (2019) 100% The CW
Black Lightning: Season 3 (2019) 89% The CW


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Gather ’round, witches and warlocks: Netflix has ordered 16 new episodes of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, in addition to the nine-episode Part Two that is set to premiere on April 5, 2019.

Said creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in a statement announcing the news,  “Praise Satan! I’m so grateful to my partners at Warner Brothers, Netflix, Berlanti Television, and Archie Productions for supporting this darker vision of the world’s most famous teen witch. And I’m thrilled to be continuing to tell Sabrina’s chilling adventures with our incredible cast and crew, led by the unstoppable Kiernan Shipka.”

The new episodes will air in two parts (Parts Three and Four), and will begin filming in 2019. The series’ holiday special, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale, debuted on Dec. 14.

Latest update (12/18): Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – RenewedRay Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – RenewedVan Helsing: season 4 (Syfy) – RenewedSorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed; Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed; Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season); Magic for Humans: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed; Five Points: season 2 (Facebook) – RenewedSacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed.


# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley in The 100 (Diyah Pera/The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

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$100,000 Pyramid
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
The 100
: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
12 Monkeys
: season 4 (SyFy) – Cancelled (after fourth season)
13 Reasons Why: season 3 (Netflix)  – Renewed
2 Dope Queens: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
48 Hours: season 32 (CBS) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 51 (CBS) – Renewed
9-1-1
: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
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American Gods (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

A

A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed (before season 1’s U.S. debut)
Absentia
: season 2 (Prime Video) – Renewed 
Adam Ruins Everything
: season 3 (tru TV) – Renewed
Adventure Time
: season 10 (Cartoon Network) – Cancelled (after final season)
The Affair: season 5 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after final season)
Aggretsuko: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alex Inc: Season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Alexa & Katie: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
Alone: season 6 (History) – Renewed
Alone Together: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
America’s Funniest Home Videos: season 29 (ABC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Dad: season 14 (TBS) – Renewed
American Gods: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed (pictured)
American Horror Story: season 10 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 17/season 2 (ABC) – Renewed (for second season on ABC, 17th overall)
American Vandal: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
American Woman: season 1 (Paramount) – Cancelled
The Amazing Race: season 31 (CBS) – Renewed
The Americans: season 6 (FX) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
Ancient Aliens: season 13 (History) – Renewed
Andi Mack: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Angie Tribeca: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Animal Kingdom: season 3 (TNT) – Renewed
Animals: season 3 (HBO)  – Cancelled
Anne With an E
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Period: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
A.P. Bio: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Archer: season 10 (FX) – Renewed
Arrested Development: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Arrow
: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed 
Ash vs. Evil Dead: season 3 (Starz) – Cancelled
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 2 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: season 3 (FX)  – Renewed
Atypical: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
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Barry, Bill Hader (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

B

B: The Beginning: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Bachelor: season 23 (ABC) – Renewed
Ballers: season 5 (HBO) – Renewed
The Baroness Von Sketch Show: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
Basketsseason 4 (FX) – Renewed
Beat Shazam: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Being Mary Jane: season 4 (BET) – Cancelled (after two-hour movie)
Below Deck Mediterranean: season 4 (Bravo) – Renewed
Berlin Station: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Better Things: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
The Big Bang Theory: season 12 (CBS) – Cancelled (after an “epic” final season)
Big Brother: season 20 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Little Lies: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Big Mouth: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 4 (Showtime) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Black Mirror: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Blindspot
: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Blood Drive
: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
Blue Bloods: season 9 (CBS) – Renewed
Bojack Horseman: season 6 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Bold Type: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Bosch: season 6 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Brave: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled 
The Break with Michelle Wolf: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Bridezillas: season 11 (We) – Renewed
Broad City: season 5 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (Fox) – Cancelled by Fox; Renewed for Season 6 by NBC
Bull
: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
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Ralph Macchio for Cobra Kai (YouTube Red)

(Photo by YouTube Premium)

C

 Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
 Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Celebrity Family Feud
: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
Champions: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Chance: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Channel Zero: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Chelsea: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Chesapeake Shores: season 3 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Chi
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Child Support
: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Chrisley Knows Best
: season 7 (USA) – Renewed
The Circus: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Class: season 1 (BBC America) – Cancelled
Claws: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
Cloak & Dagger: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Cobra Kai: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed (pictured)
Colony: season 3 (USA) – Renewed
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
Corporate: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Cosmos: season 2 (National Geographic/Fox) – Renewed
Counterpart: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Crashing: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Craig of the Creek: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed (for final season)
The Crossing: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
The Crown: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 10 (HBO) – Renewed
The Curse of Oak Island: season 6 (History) – Renewed
The Curse of Civil War Gold: season 2 (History) – Renewed
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D

Damnation: season 1 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Dancing With the Stars
: season 27 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Dark Matter
: season 3 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Daytime Divas: season 1 (VH1) – Cancelled
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Dear White People: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Designated Survivor
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
Deception
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
The Detour: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Detroiters: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
The Deuce: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed (ending after third and final season)
Deutschland 83: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Dice: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Dietland: season 1 (AMC) – Cancelled
Difficult People: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: season 2 (BBC America) – Cancelled
Disenchantment: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Disjointed: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Divorce: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Doc McStuffins: season 5 (Disney Junior) – Renewed
Doctor Who: season 12 (BBC America) – Renewed
Documentary Now: season 3 (IFC) – Renewed
Don’t Be Tardy: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Dude Perfect Show: season 3 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
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THE EXPANSE -- Season:1 -- Pictured: Steven Strait as Earther James Holden (Jason Bell/Syfy)

(Photo by Jason Bell/Syfy)

E
Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Elite: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ellen’s Game of Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Empire:
season 5 (Fox) – Renewed
The End of The F***ing World: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Everything Sucks
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Exorcist:
season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Expanse
 
(pictured above): season 3 (SyFy) – Cancelled; season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
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The Flash (The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

F

F is for Family: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Falling Water: season 2 (USA) – Cancelled
Famous in Love: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Fargo: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
Feud: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Final Space: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Five Points
: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
The Flash
: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Fleabag: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Flipping Out: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
Floribama Shore: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
For the People: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Fosters: season 5 (Freeform) – Cancelled (after three-part wrap-up)
The Four: season  2 (Fox) – Renewed
Fresh Off the Boat
: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Friends from College
: season 2 (Netflix) –
 Renewed

Frontier: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Fuller House: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Future Man: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
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Emilia Clarke as Danaerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

G

Game of Thrones: season 8 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final eighth season) (pictured)
Genius: season 3 (National Geographic) – Renewed
The Get Down: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
The Gifted: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Girlboss
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: season 5 (Bravo) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
GLOW: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Goliath: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Gong Show: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Good Behavior: season 2 (TNT) – Cancelled
Good Girls: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
The Good Cop: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Good Doctor: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Good Place: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
The Gorburger Show: season 1 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Gotham
: season 5 (Fox) – Renewed (for one final season)
Grace and Frankie
: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Grantchester
: season 4 (PBS) – Renewed
Graves
: season 2 (Epix) – Cancelled
Great News
: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Greenleaf
: season 4 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: season 15 (ABC) – Renewed
Growing Up Hip-Hop: Atlanta season 2 (We) – Renewed
Grown-ish
: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
The Guest Book
: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Gypsy: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Elisabeth Moss in THE HANDMAID'S TALE (Take Five/Hulu)

(Photo by Take Five/Hulu)

H

Halt and Catch Fire: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled
The Handmaid’s Tale: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed (pictured)
Hap & Leonard: season 3 (Sundance) – Cancelled
Happy!: season 2 (Syfy) – Renewed
Harlots: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Haters Back Off: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Hawaii Five-0: season 9 (CBS) – Renewed
Heathers: season 1 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled, but shopping around
Hell’s Kitchen: season 18 (FOX) – Renewed
Henry Danger: season 5 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Here and Now: season 1 (HBO) – Cancelled 
High Maintenance: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 2 (BBC) – Renewed
Hit the Floor: season 4 (VH1) – Cancelled
Homeland: season 8 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after a final season)
House of Cards: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after upcoming sixth season)
How to Get Away With Murder: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Humans: season 3 (AMC) – Renewed
Hunter Street: season 3 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
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Issa Rae stars in Insecure (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

I

I Love Dick: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
I Love You, America: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
I’m Dying Up Here
: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
I’m Sorry
: season 2 (TruTV) – Renewed
Imposters: season 3 (Bravo) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Incorporated: season 1 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Insatiable: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Insecure: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
iZombie: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
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Jane the Virgin - Gina Rodriguez (The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

J

Jane The Virgin: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Jean-Claude Van Johnson: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Jersey Shore Family Vacation: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
The Jim Jefferies Show
: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Killing Eve Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh) (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

K

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Kidding
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Killing Eve
: season 2 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Killjoys: season 5 (SyFy) – Renewed
Knightfall: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Knight Squad: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Krypton: season 2 (SyFy) – Renewed
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Picture shows: DCI John Luther (IDRIS ELBA) (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

L

Lady Dynamite: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Last Chance U
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Last Man on Earth: Season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Last Man Standing: season 7 (Fox) – Renewed (after being canceled by ABC in 2017)
The Last O.G.: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
The Last Ship: season 5 (TNT) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
The Last Tycoon: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: season 7 (HBO) – Renewed
The Leftovers: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled
Legion: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Lethal Weapon: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed (Seann William Scott replaces Clayne Crawford)
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
The Librarians: season 4 (TNT) – Cancelled
Life Sentence: season 1 (The CW) – Cancelled
Lodge 49: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed 
Lore
: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed 
Lost in Space: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Loudermilk: season 3 (AT&T) – Renewed
Love: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Lucifer: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed (After being canceled by Fox)
Luther: season 5 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
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Marvel's The Punisher keyart with Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle (Netflix)

(Photo by Netflix)

M

MacGyver: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Madam Secretary
: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Magic for Humans: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Magicians
: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Major Crimes
: season 6 (TNT) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
Making a Murderer: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Man at Arms: season 2 (El Rey) – Renewed
Man in the High Castle: season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
Marcella: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marlon: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Married to Medicine: season 6 (Bravo) – Renewed
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Marvel’s Daredevil: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Inhumans: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Iron Fist: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Jessica Jones
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marvel’s Luke Cage: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s The Punisher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: seasons 2 and 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
MasterChef: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
The Mayor: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Mercy Street: season 2 (PBS) – Cancelled
The Middle: season 9 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final ninth season)
The Mick: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Midnight, Texas: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Mighty Magiswords: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
Million Dollar Listing New York: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Mindhunter
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Mindy Project: season 6 (Hulu) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The Mist: season 1 (Spike) – Cancelled 
Modern Family: season 10 (ABC) – Renewed
Mom: season 6 (CBS) – Renewed
Mountain Men: season 8 (History) – Renewed
Mozart in the Jungle: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Mr. Inbetween: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Mr. Robot: season 4 (USA Network)  – Cancelled (after its final season)
My Brilliant Friend: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

O

The OA: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Odd Mom Out: season 3 (Bravo) – Cancelled
On My Block: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Once Upon a Time: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled
One Dollar: season 1 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
One Mississippi: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Orange Is the New Black: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
The Originals: season 5 (CW) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Orphan Black: season 5 (BBC America) – Cancelled
The Orville: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Outcast: season 2 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed (pictured)
The Outpost: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Ozark: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
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Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer - Preacher _ Season 3, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Alfonso Bresciani/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

(Photo by Alfonso Bresciani/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)

P

Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Path: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Patriot
: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Penn & Teller: Fool Us: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
People of Earth
: season 3 (TBS) – Cancelled
Playing House: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Please Like Me: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Poldark: season 5 (BBC1) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Portlandia: season 8 (IFC) – Cancelled
Pose:
season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Power
: season 5 (Starz) – Renewed
Preacher: season 4 (AMC) – Renewed (pictured)
Pretty Little Liars: season 7 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Pure: season 2 (WGN America) – Renewed
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Queer Eye season 1 keyart (Netflix)

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Q

The Quad: season 2 (BET) – Cancelled
Quantico
: season 3 (ABC) – Cancelled
Quarry
: season 1 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Queen of the South: season 4 (USA) – Renewed
Queer Eye: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)

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Riverdale cast (Art Streiber/The CW)

(Photo by Art Streiber/The CW)

R

The Rain: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Ranch
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ray Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Atlanta: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: season 9 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Dallas: season 3 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: season 9 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of New York City: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Orange County
: season 13 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Potomac: season 4 (Bravo) – Renewed
Red Oaks
: season 3 (Amazon) – Cancelled
The Resident: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Reverie: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rick and Morty: 70 episodes (Adult Swim) – Renewed
Rise: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Rivieraseason 2 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
Room 104: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Roseanne
: season 10 (ABC) – Renewed then Cancelled
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: season 4 (VH1) – Renewed
Marvel’s Runaways: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television: season 2 (YouTube) – Renewed
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Star Trek: Discovery - "Despite Yourself" -- Episode 110 (CBS All Access)

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S

Sacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Salvation
: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Santa Clarita Diet: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Scandal
: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Schitt’s Creek: season 5 (Pop) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Sense8: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after wrap-up TV movie)
A Series of Unfortunate Events: season 3 (Netflix) –  Cancelled  (after third and final season)
Seven Seconds: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Shades of Blue: season 3 (NBC) – Cancelled  (after third and final season)
Shadowhunters: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled (with a two hour finale in 2019)
Shahs of Sunset: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Shameless: season 9 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Shannara Chronicles: season 2 (Spike) – Cancelled
She’s Gotta Have It: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shooter
: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Shut Eye: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Silicon Valley: season 6 (HBO) – Renewed
The Simpsons: season 30 (FOX) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Six: season 2 (History) – Cancelled
SMILF: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Snowfall: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
The Son
: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Sorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
South Park: season 23 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Southern Charm: season 6 (Bravo) – Renewed
Southern Charm Savannah: season 2 (Bravo) – Renewed
Speechless: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Splitting Up Together: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Stan Against Evil: season 3 (IFC) – Renewed
Star: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Star Trek: Discovery: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed (pictured)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 7 (Disney Streaming) – Renewed
Star Wars: Rebels: season 4 (DXD) – Cancelled
StartUp: season 3 (Crackle) – Renewed
Station 19: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Step Up: High Water: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Still the King: season 2 (CMT) – Cancelled
The Strain: season 4 (FX) – Cancelled
Stranger Things: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Strange Angel: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed

Strike Back
: season 6 (Cinemax) – Renewed
Succession: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Suits: season 8 (USA) – Renewed
Supergirl
: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Supernatural: season 14 (The CW) – Renewed 
Superstore: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Survivor: season 37 (CBS) – Renewed
Survivor’s Remorse: season 4 (Starz) – Cancelled
Swamp People: season 10 (History) – Renewed
SWAT
:
season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweetbitter: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
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Tom Hardy in Taboo (FX)

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T

Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
Take Two: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Taken: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Tangled: season 2 (Disney) – Renewed
Teachers: season 3 (TV Land) – Cancelled
Teen Wolf: season 6 (MTV) – Cancelled 
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Ten Days in the Valley: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
The Tick: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Titans: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Timeless: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled (following two-part finale)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Top Chef
: season 16 (Bravo) – Renewed
Tosh.0: season 12 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Transparent
: season 5 (Amazon)- Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Travelers: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Trial & Error: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Trollhunters: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Truck Night in America: season 2 (History)  – Renewed
Turn: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled
Twisted Sisters: season 2 (Investigation Discovery) – Renewed
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Ellie Kemper in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Eric Liebowitz / Netflix)

(Photo by Eric Liebowitz / Netflix)

U

Ultimate Beastmaster: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final fourth season) (pictured)
Underground: season 2 (WGN America) – Cancelled
UnREAL: season 4 (Lifetime) – Renewed
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Veep (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

V

Valor: season 1 (The CW) – Cancelled
Van Helsing
: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Vanderpump Rules
: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Veep
: season 7 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final seventh season) (pictured)
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Versailles: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
Vida: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
The Voice: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
Voltron:Legendary Defender season 8 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 8, Episode 1 (Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)

(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)

W

The Walking Dead: season 9 (AMC) – Renewed (pictured)
The Wall: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
: season 16 (Bravo) – Renewed
Westworld: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
White Famous
: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
Will
: season 1 (TNT) – Cancelled
Will & Grace
: season 11 (NBC) – Renewed
World of Dance: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrecked: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Wynonna Earp: season 3 (Syfy) – Renewed
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X

X Company: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled (after final season)
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Young Sheldon (CBS)

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Y

Young & Hungry: season 5 (Freeform) – Canceled (after final fifth season and movie)
Young Sheldon: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
You’re the Worst: season 5 (FXX) – Canceled (after final fifth season)
You: season 2 (Lifetime) – Renewed
You Me Her: season 4 and 5 (Audience) – Renewed
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Z: The Beginning of Everything (Amazon)

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Z

Z: The Beginning of Everything: season 1 (Amazon) – Canceled (pictured)
Zoo: season 3 (CBS) – Canceled 
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The 50 Best Spy TV Shows Ever

Deciding which series are worthy of inclusion on a list of the best spy shows and streaming series ever is a matter of mystery itself.

With its propensity for disguises, double-crosses, and surveillance, FX’s Cold War–era drama The Americans, is certainly about spies. But the series — which has a 96% series-level Tomatometer score, every season of which is Certified Fresh (including one 100% CF season), and is regarded by critics as one of the greatest shows in this Golden Age of Television — is also about marriage, parenting, and history’s winning side’s ability to whitewash facts. Should it receive a lower ranking on our ultimate spy show list than a classic like CBS’s Mission: Impossible? Also of note: They both have catchy theme songs.

Where should a complicated sci-fi caper like Starz’s Counterpart stand? The series, which returns for season 2 on December 9, finished off its first season with one of those rare, perfect 100% Certified Fresh Tomatometer scores. It stars J.K. Simmons as both a mild-mannered bureaucratic pencil pusher and his aggro alt-universe counterpart, who hunt dangerous reality-hopping spies.

The espionage stories of John le Carré have also had televised adaptations. Le Carré’s The Night Manager (featuring one of Britain’s top Toms) and, most recently, The Little Drummer Girl both aired on AMC, are Certified Fresh at 90% on the Tomatometer, and rank high on our spy series list.

Spycraft can also be quite funny, as in Mel Brooks and Buck Henry’s beloved Get Smart, which ran on NBC and CBS in the late ’60s, and the long-running animated FX comedy Archer, which has a 93% Tomatometer score.

We considered more than Tomatometer scores to finalize our spy show ranking, however; we also looked at variables like how many seasons each series has, how each of those seasons scored, how many reviews determined those scores, and whether those seasons were Certified Fresh, We looked at other reputable media lists of top spy series to help gauge where to place some classic series without enough reviews to register a Tomatometer score, and then applied a dose of editorial discretion to break some ties and rank some titles based on their cultural resonance.

Check out Rotten Tomatoes’ list of best spy shows ever before it self destructs in three … two … just kidding. Like the FBI’s most wanted list, we’ll keep updating this dossier as more information becomes available.

X Company (2015)

#50
Synopsis: Set in the dangerous era of World War II, "X Company" follows the stories and adventures of five highly skilled... [More]

#49
Synopsis: Transitioning from his job as a CIA analyst in the U.S., cerebral officer Daniel Miller's new mission puts him under... [More]

Spies of Warsaw (2013)
71%

#48
Synopsis: As the drums of World War II begin to beat throughout Europe, aristocratic war hero Col. Jean-Francois Mercier gets caught... [More]

Sleeper Cell (2005)
77%

#47
Synopsis: Darwyn Al-Sayeed -- a 30-year-old undercover FBI agent who is also a practicing Muslim -- finds his way (under an... [More]

Quantico (2015)
70%

#46
Synopsis: This thrilling drama from executive producers Michael Seitzman and Mark Gordon explores the lives of young government agents as they... [More]

The Equalizer (1985)

#45
Synopsis: Robert McCall is a retired secret agent. Having become disillusioned by all the rigamarole that comes with secret agenting, McCall... [More]

MacGyver (1985)

#44
Synopsis: MacGyver is a top agent for the Phoenix Foundation, a progressive agency devoted to righting the wrongs of the world.... [More]
Directed By: Lee David Zlotoff

The Saint (1962)

#43
Synopsis: Simon Templar is the Saint. He robs from the criminally rich and gives to the poor and deserving -- while... [More]
Starring: Roger Moore

#42
Synopsis: After scoring a hit with a series set in the 1960s, AMC travels much further back in time for "TURN:... [More]

Hunted (2012)
76%

#41
Synopsis: Award-winning writer and producer Frank Spotnitz ("The X-Files") is behind this eight-part suspense thriller with an international espionage story line.... [More]

#40
Synopsis: A former thief has the ability to become invisible.... [More]

#39
Synopsis: The show that ushered in the phrase "jiggle TV" features three beautiful police academy-trained private detectives whose cases always seem... [More]
Directed By: Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts

Human Target (2010)
75%

#38
Synopsis: Christopher Chance is not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill security guard. He's the man hired when all else fails and normal means... [More]

#37
Synopsis: When homeless, young Nikita is framed for the killing of a policeman, she is given a choice -- join Section... [More]
Directed By: Jay Firestone

#36
Synopsis: Convicted cat burglar Alexander Mundy gets an offer he can't refuse from the United States government: If he puts his... [More]

#35
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Sharply intelligent, visually striking, and bracingly bleak, The Prisoner remains a political metaphor for the ages.

#34
Synopsis: Charming gunslinger James West and Artemus Gordon, an inventor and master of disguise, are the country's first Secret Service agents,... [More]

Spy (2011)
100%

#33
Synopsis: A single father quits his dead-end job and is accidentally recruited as a trainee spy for MI-5.... [More]
Directed By: John Henderson, Ben Taylor

Thunderbirds (1965)
100%

#32
Synopsis: The trials and tribulations of International Rescue.... [More]
Starring:

#31
Synopsis: Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell, reprising her role from the "Captain America" films) is an unstoppable secret agent for the Strategic... [More]

#30
Synopsis: Author Tom Clancy introduced the character of Jack Ryan in a series of books before Ryan headed to the big... [More]

Patriot (2015)
91%

#29
Synopsis: This Amazon-original political drama stars Michael Dorman, who plays the role of an intelligence officer named John Tavner. To stop... [More]

Archer (2010)
90%

#28
Synopsis: The suave, confident and devastatingly handsome Sterling Archer may be the world's greatest spy, but he still has issues with... [More]

London Spy (2015)
86%

#27
Synopsis: This crime drama, created by New York Times best-selling author Tom Rob Smith, follows the emotional journey of a young... [More]
Directed By: Jakob Verbruggen

Person of Interest (2011)
92%

#26
Synopsis: Former CIA agent Reese (Jim Caviezel) -- now presumed dead -- and billionaire software genius Finch (Michael Emerson) join forces... [More]

#25
Synopsis: Like "The Avengers," "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." borrows from James Bond stories. The good guys, suave U.S. operative Napoleon Solo... [More]
Directed By: Norman Felton

Nikita (2010)
85%

#24
Synopsis: Maggie Q stars as Nikita, a young woman who was rescued from death row by a secret government agency known... [More]

Burn Notice (2007)
88%

#23
Synopsis: Michael Westen is steamed -- or, more precisely, burned. His career as a spy ends when he gets a "burn... [More]

Covert Affairs (2010)
93%

#22
Synopsis: CIA trainee Annie Walker is suddenly plucked from the inner sanctum of the agency and promoted to field operative, and... [More]

Synopsis: George Smiley is recalled from retirement to hunt for a suspected mole in British intelligence.... [More]
Directed By: John Irvin

Smiley's People (1982)
90%

#20
Synopsis: George Smiley is called out of retirement to conclude his career-long battle with the enigmatic and ruthless Russian spymaster Karla.... [More]
Directed By: Simon Langton

#19
Synopsis: Police commissioner Gereon Rath is transferred from Cologne to Berlin, the epicenter of political and social change in the Golden... [More]

The Blacklist (2013)
91%

#18
Synopsis: For decades, ex-government agent Raymond "Red" Reddington has been one of the globe's most wanted fugitives. But then he agreed... [More]

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Little Drummer Girl marches to a steady beat of assured plotting, extraordinary art direction, and a uniformly terrific cast that makes the show's smolderingly slow burn pace bearable.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Night Manager's smart writing and riveting story are elevated all the more by Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston's captivating performances.
Directed By: Susanne Bier

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Well-acted and powerfully written, The Looming Tower delivers gripping counter-terrorism drama rendered even more soberingly effective through its roots in real-life events.

Synopsis: The worldwide law-enforcement organization known as S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Homeland Intervention Enforcement and Logistics Division) employs an elite team of agents... [More]

The Game (2014)
95%

#13
Synopsis: Tensions are high in 1972 London when the Soviets devise Operation Glass, a plot to bring down Britain, while the... [More]

Deutschland 83 (2015)
91%

#12
Synopsis: In a divided Germany in 1983, naive 24-year-old East German soldier Martin Rauch is pulled from his benign post as... [More]
Directed By: Joerg Winger, Nico Hofmann

Killing Eve (2018)
89%

#11
Synopsis: Eve's life as a spy is not adding up to what she had hoped it would be when she started.... [More]

#10
Synopsis: A group of extraordinary spies, each experts in their own fields, belong to the Impossible Missions Force (IMF) -- first... [More]
Directed By: Bruce Geller

Counterpart (2017)
100%

#9
Synopsis: What might be different if a person could co-exist in an alternate world? Howard Silk, a low-level agent whose career... [More]

Get Smart (1965)

#8
Synopsis: Maxwell Smart, a.k.a. Agent 86, works for CONTROL, a Washington, D.C.-based counterintelligence agency. Totally inept as a secret agent, Smart... [More]
Directed By: Leonard B. Stern

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%

#7

The Avengers (1961)

#6
Synopsis: Shown in Great Britain for more than five years (debuting in 1961) before it caught on in America, "The Avengers"... [More]

Alias (2001)
86%

#5
Synopsis: A young woman learns she has a familial history of undercover work and agrees to become an international spy for... [More]

24 (2001)
87%

#4
Synopsis: Counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer fights the bad guys of the world, a day at a time. With each week's episode... [More]

Chuck (2007)
90%

#3
Synopsis: Computer geek Chuck Bartowski opens an e-mail that has been encoded, subliminally, with vital government secrets, triggering a massive download... [More]
Directed By: Josh Schwartz, McG

Homeland (2011)
85%

#2
Synopsis: When Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody returns home following eight years in captivity, CIA agent Carrie Mathison thinks he has turned... [More]

The Americans (2013)
96%

#1
Synopsis: Co-starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys,"The Americans" is a period drama about the complex marriage of two KGB spies posing... [More]

Counterpart Season 2 J.K. Simmons (Starz)

Earlier this year, Starz introduced the world to a parallel universe in Counterpart. In it, Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) — referred to by the series’ writing team as the “Alpha” Howard — met his counterpart from the other side, the “Howard Prime” (also Simmons).

Howard Prime got Howard embroiled in spying between worlds. Howard took Howard Prime’s place in a Berlin that fell into disarray after a devastating plague that the Prime world blamed on the Alpha world.

Season 2 of Counterpart premieres on Sunday, less than a year after the first season. That’s because Starz was so confident in Counterpart they ordered two seasons back to back. The success of season 1 proved that was a wise investment.

Counterpart stars Simmons, Nazanin Boniadi, and Betty Gabriel, along with creator Justin Marks and producer Jordan Horowitz, spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about the season 2, providing 10 things you should know about it before you watch.


1. J.K. SIMMONS RETURNS AS HOWARD AND HOWARD PRIME

Counterpart - J.K. Simmons (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

When Howard agreed to play Howard Prime for a short mission, he never expected to be stuck on the other side. It’s bad news for Howard, but good news for Simmons the actor.

“Especially as both of them, to one extent or another, get a little bit better at pretending to be the other version of themselves, it definitely continues to add levels of complexity and continues to be an interesting challenge,” Simmons said. “I feel like these are two remarkably similar looking and yet distinctively different characters.”

And which Howard does he know better after two seasons of playing them both?

“My knee-jerk reaction was to say the kinder, gentler Howard,” Simmons said. “I think that may be starting to skew in the other direction. I obviously empathize with whichever one I’m playing in a given moment, but I’ve kind of always viewed the kinder, gentler Howard, the milder, meeker Howard, as the protagonist from when I first read the first episode. The scales are beginning to tip.”

They tip further when Howard finds out about more secrets Howard Prime was keeping from him. Stay tuned.


2. CLARE IS STILL A SPY — WITH REGRETS

In season 1, Peter Quayle (Harry Lloyd) found out that his wife Clare (Boniadi)’s other took over their marriage and even had his child. Season 2 finds them trying to fall in love now that both know the truth.

“Can they find love in this place of they need each other to survive,” Boniadi asked. “I think season 2 for them is more about redefining the relationship and being completely honest with themselves, discovering themselves and therefore discovering themselves as they relate to this relationship.”

But Clare still has a day job. Now she’s going on spy missions with a sense of doubt about whether her mission is truly just.

“As the season goes on, you’ll see how that doubt plays out between her and Peter and the baby and the decisions they have to make, together and individually,” Boniadi said. “It’s a huge season of self-discovery for Clare. Season 2 is about her figuring out to live for herself.”


3. NAYA TEMPLE IS HERE TO ROOT OUT ALL THE OTHERS

Counterpart (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

Gabriel joins the cast as Naya Temple, new to the Office of Interchange. Her job is to find the others who are there spying for the Prime world. You’ll see as she interviews Howard Prime and others, she takes a very gentle approach to spycraft.

“It’s an approach that is designed to lull, I think, the people she’s investigating,” Gabriel said. “I think people let their guards down when they think that they’re not being intimidated or they’re not being threatened. Yes, people can crack under pressure, but I think people can also let things slip out when they’re comfortable. I think she definitely employs, at different moments, both tactics.”

Naya is also dealing with her own personal crisis upon finding out the other universe exists.

“I think there’s the awareness, the shocking awareness that there is this other version of her, but she doesn’t know who and where she is and what she does in her life,” Gabriel said. “She could be in a very different line of work. She could be part of a different religion. Who knows?”

The arrival of Naya complicates the season for every Prime character trapped in our world.

“The whole season 2 is about everybody from the other world being on the run,” Boniadi said. “Clare and Howard Prime have to worry about that.”


4. EMILY WAKES UP

Counterpart (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

A big part of Howard’s domestic life revolves around visiting the hospital to read to his comatose wife Emily (Olivia Williams), who wakes up in season 2. Marks offered a few clues about the secrets a waking Emily could reveal.

“Emily and Emily Prime [are] both chasing after the Emily of the past,” Marks said. “So you have the present with two counterparts and then you’ve got this past that is a whole other version of oneself.”


5. JAMES CROMWELL JOINS THE CAST, AND HE’S GOT BAD NEWS FOR BOTH HOWARDS

james Cromwell and J.K. Simmons in Counterpart season 2 (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

Oscar nominee James Cromwell (Babe) joins Counterpart in episode 3 as the character Yanek, an officer at the Echo facility with whom Howard interacts quite a bit.

“It was awesome,” Simmons said of sharing scenes with Cromwell. “He came in and really had the vast majority of the heavy lifting in most of our scenes together, certainly in our first couple of episodes. I was almost a spectator sitting there watching him, because my character just doesn’t have a lot to say early on in our relationship, and his character does.”

Horowitz explained a little more about Yanek.

“The Cromwell character with Howard as his prisoner furthers what I think the Howard/Howard stuff was doing in season 1,” Horowitz said. “[It] continues to have our Howard learn more about himself through seeing himself through his other character who is his peer in some respect.”

Yanek’s theory is that when there are two of anything, one must ultimately destroy the other.

“We call it the ‘Highlander theory,’” Marks joked, referring to the 1986 film in which “There can be only one,” among a murderous group of immortals that pick each other off. “Now he may not be right, but he’s certainly got some really good points.”

In the case of Clare, one already has destroyed the other, but Boniadi doesn’t feel every counterpart will meet a violent end.

“It’s like you have two voices in your head or there’s two sides of you,” Boniadi sad. “Eventually for there to be some kind of resolution or survival, one has to win over the other one.”

Naya has not met her counterpart, but she’s not out to destroy Naya Prime either.

“I think ultimately there’s a spirit of reconciliation in her,” Gabriel said. “I think she wants to believe that two possibilities can exist so perhaps that applies to how she would approach her counterpart. I think she would be more curious in her other and more interested than threatened.”


6. THE DOOR IS CLOSED

After the terrorist attack on our world, the door to Prime world remains shut. While politicians work toward a diplomatic reopening, many counterparts are stranded in their others’ worlds.

“Both Howards are stuck on the other side,” Simmons said. “When season 2 opens, they are both in their other’s world and neither one is entirely happy about it.”

This means there will be few scenes with two Howards, but each Howard will learn more about the other on their own.

“We also elevate the stakes of the world through Management, which was introduced briefly in season 1 and is really the big player in season 2,” Horowitz said. “We really get a sense of what that hierarchical structure is of the worlds and who’s actually controlling and pulling the strings between those two worlds. I think that has really interesting effects on Howard and that core pursuit of which Howard is the true Howard.”

Marks wouldn’t reveal exactly when the door might reopen, but teased, “Nothing can stay closed forever.”


7. NAYA’S RELIGION AND FAMILY WILL PAY OFF

Betty Gabriel in Counterpart season 2 (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

As introduced, Naya regularly prays to Mecca as part of her Muslim practice, and Gabriel said her religion remains a prominent theme in season 2.

“It’s not leaned into too heavily, which I think is a good thing,” Gabriel said. “It is very much about her relationship to God and how that’s being challenged with the awareness of this other world; that she’s primarily there to do her jobm so we’ll see that more and more, her getting closer to the truth.”

Naya also reveals to colleagues that she’s a mother. Tune in to see how motherhood plays into Naya’s role this season.


8. SEASON 2 INCLUDES ANOTHER HUGE CLARE EPISODE

Nazanin Boniadi of Counterpart season 2 (Starz)

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Episode 7 of season 1 was Clare’s flashback to show her past. Boniadi said the new season’s eighth episode is just as significant.

“It doesn’t go into backstory, but it’s an evolution to Clare,” she said. “It was a very raw and meaningful episode. Episode eight is more about who is Clare? The real Clare, not the one that was made that she thought she was or believed she was. That’s what begins to unfold for her in episode eight.”


9. THEY SAVED SOME OF THE BIGGEST TWISTS FOR SEASON 2 (AND HOPEFULLY 3)

The two-season order allowed the creators of Counterpart to parse out some of the plot twists over two seasons. Even though they’re still waiting to hear if there will be a season 3, they have the confidence to hold a few more surprises.

“Also there were things that we were going to reveal in season 2 that now we’re just like, ‘Well, let’s hope for a season 3, and we’ll hopefully get to reveal it then,’” Marks said.

Simmons certainly hopes Counterpart continues, but he’s not putting any pressure on Marks.

“Obviously people like to have jobs, but both creatively and — whatever — lifestyle, it’s very much a one-season-at-a-time mindset,” Simmons said. “At least for me and I know for Justin as well.”


10. COUNTERPART TALENT HAVE GINORMOUS PROJECTS IN THE WORKS

Counterpart star J.K. Simmons in season 2 (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

Counterpart stars and producers have some major upcoming projects; for one, Simmons hopes to reprise his role as Commissioner Gordon in Matt Reeves Batman film, The Batman.

“I have not met with Matt as of yet,” Simmons clarified. “I know that I signed up to do as many as three moviesm and I would love to get a chance to expand on Commissioner Gordon. I kind of dipped my toe in that water — so yeah, I hope so. There’s a lot of DC stuff going on so I hope it’s the Matt Reeves Batman. If not, I hope it’s something else.”

Horowitz is producing Damien Chazelle’s upcoming Apple TV series.

“It will be ambitious and interesting and will hopefully approach the TV space in a new way and find a fresh way of using that medium to tell story in a way that hopefully you haven’t seen told before,” Horowitz said.

The show won’t be about music like Chazelle’s Whiplash and La La Land were, but music will always be a factor.

“I think music is always going to be a part of Damien’s filmmaking,” Horowitz said. “Even in First Man, I think, music is a huge part of that film even though the film isn’t specifically about a musician or music itself.”

Horowitz is also producing the movie Star Girl for Disney’s Streaming service, based on the YA novel by Jerry Spinelli.

“It’s really a story about two kids in high school and ultimately about young love and not being afraid to be the person you want to be,” Horowitz said.

Marks, a screenwriter on Top Gun: Maverick, has already completed a screenplay for The Jungle Book 2. He told Rotten Tomatoes that he and Jon Favreau co-wrote the sequel to their blockbuster film in December 2017, but they have to wait until the director finishes work on The Lion King revival before they start production. Marks revealed that the character Mowgli has aged along with the young actor, Neel Sethi, who starred in the 2016 film and has said he’s up for a sequel.

“Jon and I saw The Jungle Book story as a coming-of-age story and the second movie continues in that direction,” Marks said. “Really, if it’s done right, it should break some hearts with where it goes.” He added that the sequel will pull in more animal characters from author Rudyard Kipling’s book because “there’s such a wealth of characters in that world.”

Boniadi stars in Hotel Mumbai, based on the 2008 terror attack on the Taj Hotel. Her character is a composite of two real guests at the Taj during the attack. Armie Hammer plays her husband.

“It’s a story of what we do when we are faced with such tragedy and how are able to set aside our differences and band together just to survive,” she said. “Bullets don’t discriminate based on religion and ethnicity and race. She’s a Muslim woman, so these Islamic terrorists and extremist don’t stand for what she has been raised to believe is her religion. More than that, it’s about the resilience of the human spirit to overcome and set aside differences.”

Gabriel will appear in Human Capital from director Marc Meyers, based on the book by Stephen Amidon. She plays the wife of Liev Schrieber’s character and calls it an “intense tale to tell.”

Her Get Out director Jordan Peele also offered Gabriel a role in his Twilight Zone reboot, but it would have conflicted with Counterpart.

Counterpart returns Sunday, December 9 on Starz.


Photo Credit: Matt Kennedy; Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection; Mike Yarish/Netflix

It was all cheers and tears Thursday morning, as the Hollywood Foreign Press announced nominees for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards. In the Film categories, Vice, Adam McKay’s acerbic look at the former Vice President Dick Cheney, was the big winner, with six nominations, including for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, three acting noms, Best Director, and Best Screenplay. In TV — surprise! — The Kominsky Method got all the nominations, while This Is Us was shut out.

As soon as nominees were announced, the Internet, as it tends to do, lit up with delighted congratulations for the nominees and red-faced outrage at supposed “snubs.” Below, we’ve done our best to parse through the nominations, and those who didn’t make the cut, for a sober-eyed view of the Hollywood Foreign Press’ biggest snubs — and a few surprises — from the 2019 nominations. (Note, Roma, which many thought was a snub in the Best Motion Picture – Drama category, was not eligible, as it was nominated in the foreign film category.)

The Golden Globe Awards will be handed out on Sunday, January 6, 2019, and televised live on NBC. Killing Eve star Sandra Oh and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg will host the event.

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FILM


SNUB: Mary Poppins Returns (2018) 80% Shut Out of Best Original Song Category

© Walt Disney Studios

(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios)

Mary Poppins might have just tripped on its way to what was an expected showdown with A Star Is Born for Best Original Song at the Oscars, missing out on a nomination in the same category at this morning’s Golden Globe announcement. The movie has been widely tipped as a lead contender for Best Original Song, for two of its original songs written by composer Marc Shaiman and lyricist Scott Wittman – “Trip A Light Fantastic,” sung by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and “The Place Where Lost Things Go,” sung by Emily Blunt and reprised later in the film. Surprise nominations for “Revelation” from Boy Erased and “Requiem for a Private War” from A Private War seem to have squeezed Poppins out.


SURPRISE: Three Nominations for Black Panther (2018) 96%

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All that awards chatter you’ve been hearing about Black Panther? It turns out the prognosticators are onto something. The movie landed three nominations this morning, including for Best Picture – Drama. It also won expected recognition for Best Score and Best Original Song, for SZA’s “All the Stars.” Expect the conversation around “Can Black Panther be nominated for an Oscar?” to only heat up after today. It was the first time a Marvel Studios film was nominated for a Best Picture Golden Globe.


SNUB: Ethan Hawke and Ryan Gosling – as well as their films – fail to register

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Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man, only managed two nominations – for Claire Foy for Supporting Actress and for its score. The film had lost enough heat since its release in October to fall out of favor with prognosticators, but many were still expecting Ryan Gosling would land a nomination for his quiet and widely acclaimed portrayal of Armstrong. It was not to be. It was also not to be for Ethan Hawke, who plays a priest struggling with his faith in Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, one of the best reviewed films from the first half of the year. Hawke has already picked up Best Actor at the New York Film Critics Circle and the Gotham Awards this season. First Reformed received no nominations this morning.


SNUB: Sam Elliott – What Happened There, Guys?

A Star Is Born

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Pundits had Sam Elliott as a solid bet for Supporting Actor recognition for his work as Jackson Maine’s older, wiser, soberer brother Bobby in A Star Is Born. He gets what’s arguably the movie’s most heartbreaking scene, and certainly one that feels made for awards-season reels. And yet. This morning, Elliott was ignored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, with slight longshot Adam Driver sneaking into the category nominations.


SURPRISE: Rosamund Pike and Nicole Kidman Score Best Actress – Drama noms

A Private War

(Photo by © Keith Bernstein / © Aviron Pictures)

Well, not exactly a surprise when you consider the HFPA’s affection for glamorous stars. And yet, few were predicting that Pike, who gives what many consider a career-best performance as war journalist Marie Colvin in A Private War, would be able to edge her way into this category, which is roundly thought to be unusually competitive. And Kidman, who de-glammed big time to play a detective in Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer, was also thought a longshot; her performance garnered a lot of attention early in awards season, but the film has been overshadowed as we wait for its limited release. Kidman was considered a surer bet for a Supporting Actress nomination for Boy Erased, which she did not get this morning.


SNUB: Viola Davis and Yalitza Aparicio Fail to Score Best Actress – Drama noms

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(Photo by © 20th Century Fox)

Kidman and Pike’s gain was Viola Davis and Yalitza Aparicio’s loss. Critics have called Davis’s lead performance in Steve McQueen’s Widows one of the year’s best, while first-time actor Yalitza Aparicio is mesmerizingly good in Roma. Her Cinderella story will have to wait, though, for now.


SNUB: And, in the Same Category, Toni Collette for Hereditary (2018) 89%

Toni Collette in Hereditary

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What short memories you have, HFPA. Toni Collette’s performance in Ari Aster’s horror film was like nothing we’ve seen on screen this year – disarmingly physical one moment, disturbingly raw the next, and still completely nuanced. The Actress categories are competitive this year, true, but Collette’s work is deserving. At least the folks at the Gotham Awards agree with us – they named the Aussie star Best Actress last month.


SNUB: Cold War (2018) 92% and Burning (2018) 95% Omissions in Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language Leave Heads Scratching

Burning

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It’s almost irrelevant who gets nominated in this category, given that Alfonso Cuarón has it basically locked up with Roma. Still, this list was one of the morning’s most perplexing. Pawel Pawlokowski’s Cold War was widely thought to be Roma’s biggest challenger and, for some, an outside chance of an upset, and yet it was looked over, while Chang-dong Lee’s Burning, form South Korea, also failed to make the cut. The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun was also on many folks’ Best Supporting Actor longlist for Burning, in which he plays a charismatic and mysterious playboy, and he failed to score a nomination.


SURPRISE: Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) 60% Lands a Best Picture – Drama Nomination

20th Century Fox

(Photo by © 20th Century Fox)

The critics were mixed on this Freddie Mercury biopic – it has been wavering between Fresh and Rotten since its release, and currently sits at 62% on the Tomatometer. Even the film’s most ardent defenders acknowledged it was mostly a standard Behind the Music deal with some incredible concert footage and a killer performance by Rami Malek as Mercury. But this is not the first time the HFPA has been out of step with critics and awards pundits – the Rotten musical The Greatest Showman landed multiple nominations last year.


SNUB: A Star Is Born (2018) 90% Shows Some Signs of Weakness

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(Photo by © Warner Bros.)

Awards juggernaut A Star Is Born showed it was not as unstoppable as some might have thought. While it landed five nominations – one less than Vice, which earned the most of the morning, with six – they came mostly in absolute shoe-in categories, including for Best Actress and Actor in a Drama, Best Director, Best Film, and Best Original Song. The movie failed to fully flex its muscles, however, missing out on expected nominations for Best Screenplay, Best Score, and, as already noted, Best Supporting Actor for Sam Elliott.


SNUB: Michelle Yeoh Misses out for Crazy Rich Asians (2018) 90%

(Photo by © Sanja Bucko /© Warner Bros. Pictures)

Crazy Rich Asians secured two nominations this morning, for Best Movie –Musical or Comedy and for star Constance Wu, but Michelle Yeoh, who plays the icy Eleanor Young in the smash rom-com, was shut out of the Best Supporting Actress category. Buzz had been building for her performance, and her Golden Globe chances, over the last few months, but we’re not giving up hope yet for her this awards season: Those who remember the film will know Eleanor may get left out in the rain at times, but she rarely stays there.


SURPRISE: Lucas Hedges Scores a Best Actor – Drama Nomination for Boy Erased (2018) 80%

Boy Erased

(Photo by © Focus Features)

Did anyone see this coming? We didn’t. But we’re not arguing with it: Hedges is excellent as the college student forced into conversion therapy by his parents in Joel Edgerton’s Boy Erased, and his nomination should direct some needed awards-season attention to the film, which failed to score nominations for Best Film – Drama, or for Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe, who had chances in the supporting acting categories.


SNUB: Mary Queen of Scots (2018) 62% Will Take No Crowns

Mary Queen of Scots

(Photo by © Focus Features)

On paper, Mary Queen of Scots looked a sure bet to be a big awards-season player: Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, lavish costumes, familial rivalry. And, in a rare and widely celebrated move, colorblind casting for a British period drama! The movie’s first real test came this morning and it didn’t quite make the grade, landing zero nominations. The biggest surprise was perhaps seeing Ronan and Robbie left out of the acting categories — especially Ronan, who many critics say carries the film as the titular monarch.


TV


SURPRISE: The Kominsky Method 93% Dominates

Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas of THE KOMINSKY METHOD (Mike Yarish/Netflix)

(Photo by Mike Yarish/Netflix)

Netflix just released its new series about Kominsky (Michael Douglas), a former star looking for a comeback, and his longtime agent (Alan Arkin) in November. The series is Certified Fresh with a relatively modest 78% on the Tomatometer, but scored three nominations: Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy; Douglas for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy; and Arkin for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. Say what you may about the HFPA’s Golden Globes – the organization is fiercely loyal to big stars.


SNUB: Issa Rae for Insecure 97%

Insecure star Issa Rae (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

Perhaps it is less surprising that Rae was excluded from the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy category nominations than the fact that Candice Bergen was nominated for the critically panned Murphy Brown revival, which has a 43% Tomatometer score. Meanwhile, Insecure’s third season is Certified Fresh at 95%. We’re calling it a snub.


SURPRISE: Nearly Every Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama Nominee

Matthew Rhys in The Americans (Patrick Harbron/FX)

(Photo by Patrick Harbron/FX)

We expected Matthew Rhys’ nomination – the final season of critical favorite The Americans was bound to get some love. But we did not anticipate the other nominees in the category for different reasons: Jason Bateman, Ozark (the buzz around the series has died down); Stephan James, Homecoming (a nice surprise to have young James in the mix given the veterans of the category – see “Snub: This Is Us”); Richard Madden, Bodyguard (perhaps should not have come as a surprise given that the HFPA famously rewards international stars); and Billy Porter, Pose (Porter certainly gave a standout performance in the series and it’s nice to see him recognized). Which leads us to our next point…


SNUB: J.K. Simmons for Counterpart 100%

J.K. Simmons in Counterpart (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

Simmons plays two roles in the Starz spy series: one as low-level bureaucrat Howard Silk who discovers the government agency he works for is a cover for a portal to an alternate universe and, two, his aggro alt-universe counterpart. The first season of the series, created by The Jungle Book screenwriter Justin Marks, was Certified Fresh at a rare 100% and season 2, premiering Sunday, currently also stands at 100%. Simmons was expected to make an appearance in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category.


SURPRISE: Kieran Culkin for Succession 94%

Succession Episode 7 (debut 7/15/18): Kieran Culkin. photo: Ursula Coyote/HBO

(Photo by Ursula Coyote/HBO)

That Culkin deserved the nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television is not in question – the actor has been widely hailed for his performance in the HBO drama about a Murdoch-like clan grappling for control of the family empire. That he would supplant the likes of Joseph Fiennes in awards favorite The Handmaid’s Tale or Atlanta standout Brian Tyree Henry is the surprise here.


SNUB: This Is Us 93%

THIS IS US -- Season: 3 -- Pictured: (l-r) Chris Sullivan as Toby, Chrissy Metz as Kate Pearson, Mandy Moore as Rebecca Pearson, Milo Ventimiglia as Jack Pearson, Justin Hartley as Kevin Pearson, Sterling K. Brown as Randall Pearson, Susan Kelechi Watson as Beth Pearson -- (Photo by: NBC)

(Photo by NBC)

Sterling K. Brown? Milo Ventimiglia? The two This Is Us stars are awards favorites and their exclusion from the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category is startling. Surely the series was worth a Best Television Series – Drama nomination? No? Shocking!


SURPRISE: Connie Britton in Dirty John 80%

Dirty John stars Eric Bana and Connie Britton (Bravo)

(Photo by Bravo)

The Bravo series, based on the real-life story of conman John Meehan (played by Eric Bana) and his mark (Britton as Debra Newell), has generated moderate buzz, but here at Rotten Tomatoes, a series that scores only 64% on the Tomatometer doesn’t immediately suggest award nods. Britton’s nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for the series comes as a surprise.


SNUB: Ted Danson in The Good Place 97%

THE GOOD PLACE -- "The Worst Possible Use of Free Will" Episode 308 -- Pictured: Ted Danson as Michael -- (Photo by: Colleen Hayes/NBC)

(Photo by Colleen Hayes/NBC)

Another in the 100% club, with two seasons Certified Fresh at 100%, the NBC series has dominated RT’s seasonal scorecards every season it has aired. And with Danson’s costar Kristen Bell nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, his exclusion from the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy category comes as a surprise.


SURPRISE: The Alienist 77%

The Alienist season 1 - Dakota Fanning, Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans (TNT)

(Photo by TNT)

Again, a 65% Tomatometer score doesn’t suggest awards are forthcoming for a series, but the TNT crime drama based on Caleb Carr’s novels has surprised us all with Best Limited Series nomination and, for star Daniel Brühl, a Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television nomination. It was a series that built buzz as more episodes aired.


SNUB: Atlanta 97% and GLOW 92%

Donald Glover in Atlanta (Matthias Clamer/FX)

(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)

Out with the old? Jim Carrey’s Showtime comedy Kidding and Netflix series The Kominsky Method got the nominations for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy instead.


Snubbish: Maniac 84%

The Limited Series nominations left out hipster-fabulous Netflix series Maniac and its stars Jonah Hill and Emma Stone. After … All. That. Hype.


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She’s back! Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is returning to Amazon for its second season on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Season 2 will see Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) dealing with the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon, making her climb up the comedy ladder even more challenging — especially since she’s still keeping her new career as a standup comedian a secret from her family.

Recently added (updated 12/3): History Remembers George H.W. Bush (Dec. 5), Mysterious Islands (Dec. 26), Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration (Dec. 28)


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December


Sunday, Dec. 2
Life-Size 2: A Christmas Eve (2018) 40% 9 p.m., Freeform
Berlin Station: Season 3 (2018)  9 p.m., Epix
Inside Syria’s Deadly Dynasty, 9 p.m., Nat Geo
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special, 10 p.m., ABC
Nightflyers: Season 1 (2018) 10 p.m., Syfy

Monday, Dec. 3
Finding Joy, Acorn TV
Vanderpump Rules: Season 7, 9 p.m., Bravo
Unanchored, 10 p.m., Bravo

Wednesday, Dec. 5
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 2 (2018) 92% Amazon
Deal or No Deal, CNBC
History Remembers George H.W. Bush, 10 p.m., History Channel

Thursday, Dec. 6
Top Chef: Season 16, 9 p.m., Bravo

Friday, Dec. 7
RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular, 8 p.m., VH1
Love After Lockup: Season 2, 9 p.m., WE tv
Icebox, HBO

Sunday, Dec. 9
Counterpart: Season 2 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., Starz
Deadly Legacy, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 10
9th Annual CMA Country Christmas, 8 p.m., ABC
Pentatonix: A Not-So-Silent Night, 10 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Dec. 11
Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, 7:30 p.m., Showtime

Wednesday, Dec. 12
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel HQ YouTube Channel
Champaign Ill, YouTube Premium
Agnostic Front: Godfathers of Hardcore, 7 p.m., Showtime
Paris to Pittsburgh, 9 p.m., National Geographic
Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Thursday, Dec. 13
Dr. Pimple Popper: The 12 Pops of Christmas, 9 p.m., TLC
The Carbonaro Effect: Season 4 (2018) 10 p.m., tru TV (midseason premiere)
GG Allin: All In the Family, 10 p.m., Showtime

Friday, Dec. 14
Roma (2018) 96% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 4 (2018) Netflix
Tidelands: Season 1 (2018) 77% Netflix
Travelers: Season 3 (2018) Netflix
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (2018) 86% Netflix
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 1 (2018) 91% A Midwinter’s Tale, Netflix
Cuckoo, Netflix
The Innocent Man, Netflix
The Protector, Netflix
Sunderland Til I Die, Netflix
LOL: Last One Laughing, Amazon
RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 4 (2018) 86% 8 p.m., VH1
High & Mighty, 8 p.m., HBO Latino
k.d. lang: Landmarks Live in Concert – A Great Performances Special, 9 p.m., PBS
Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch: Loud Krazy Love, 10 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 15
Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean, HBO
Dannemora Prison Break, 7 p.m., Oxygen

Sunday, Dec. 16
Springsteen on Broadway, Netflix
The Simpsons 30th Anniversary Marathon, 9 a.m., FXX
2018 Miss Universe, 7 p.m., Fox

Monday, Dec. 17
Blood, Acorn TV
America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions, 10 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Dec. 19
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Schitt's Creek 93%: Holiday Episode, 10 p.m., Pop
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents “Christmas on I.C.E.” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Thursday, Dec. 20
Timeless 91%: Series Finale, 8 p.m., NBC

Friday, Dec. 21
Marvel's Runaways: Season 2 (2018) 87% Hulu
Vanity Fair: Miniseries (2018) 89% Amazon
Bird Box (2018) 64% Netflix
Perfume: Season 1, Netflix
38Below: Tales of Arcadia, Netflix
Derry Girls, Netflix
Tales By Light, Netflix
Bad Seeds, Netflix
Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, Netflix
Last Hope, Netflix
Sirius the Jaeger, Netflix
Back With the Ex, Netflix
Wolf, Netflix
7 Days Out, Netflix
The Casketeers, Netflix
American Dream/American Knightmare, 8:30 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 22
Demon’s Path, Netflix

Sunday, Dec. 23
Watership Down: Miniseries (2018) 74% Netflix
The Simpsons 85%: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, 8 p.m., Fox
Marilyn Monroe For Sale, 9 p.m., Smithsonian Channel

Monday, Dec. 24
Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam, Acorn TV
Hi Score Girl, Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 26
41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 8 p.m., CBS
Mysterious Islands: Georgia’s Island of the Geechee People, 11 p.m., Travel Channel
Mysterious Islands: Islands of Eternal Life, 11:30 p.m., Travel Channel

Friday, Dec. 28
Into the Dark: New Year, New You, Hulu
Instant Hotel, Netflix
Murder Mountain, Netflix
Selection Day, Netflix
A Twelve-Year Night, Netflix
When the Angels Sleep, Netflix
Yummy Mummies, Netflix
Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration, 9 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Dec. 30
The Orville: Season 2 (2019) 100% 8 p.m., Fox
The Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?, 9 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 31
Taylor Swift reuputation Stadium Tour, Netflix
Fox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square, 8 p.m., Fox
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, 8 p.m., ABC
NBC’s New Year’s Eve, 10 p.m., NBC

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Great news: it’s the time of year where it’s completely socially acceptable to spend any and all free time curled up in front of the TV with a cup of hot cocoa and keep warm with some of the best that TV has to offer. Luckily, December has that in spades with 10 returning programs that we can’t wait to catch up on in time for new episodes later this month. Among our recommendations: Amazon’s award-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, J.K. Simmons’ sci-fi spy drama Counterpart, the return of the animated superheroes of Young Justice, and more.


The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 88% (Amazon)

What it is: In 1950s New York City, Midge Maisel’s (Rachel Brosnahan) husband, Joel (Michael Zegen), admits to having an affair and leaves her. Rather than getting back, she gets even, and decides to pursue his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian — which makes sense, because she was the funny one all along.

Why you should watch it: Certainly the runaway comedy hit of the past year, Maisel won top honors at both the Emmys and Golden Globes and is well-positioned to do it again this award season. Brosnahan’s star-making performance (and her scene-stealing costars like Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein) anchor a series that is smart, funny, and full of heart — not to mention super timely. Quite simply, it’s a home run. Season 2 streams in full on Amazon Prime Dec. 5.

Where to watch: Amazon

Commitment: Approx. 7.5 hours (for the first season)


Counterpart 100% (Starz)

What it is: From creator Justin Marks, Counterpart is a sci-fi drama centered on Howard Silks, a low-level employee at a nondescript agency in Berlin who comes to learn his employer is actually guarding and operating an underground tunnel that connects to a parallel world that mirrors his own. The catch is that everyone has an identical-but-different counterpart in this parallel dimension, and his is a top-level spy intimately involved in the brewing war between both sides of the tunnel.

Why you should watch it: Counterpart is probably one of the great new shows that you’re not watching — and this is the perfect time to change that. Among the best-reviewed dramas of the past year, this espionage thriller is tense, gripping, and altogether unexpected in the best of ways. Plus, J.K. Simmons is in top form, pulling double duty as the central Howard and Howard Prime and offering a revealing study of cause, effect, and how our choices have repercussions out of our immediate control. Season 2 premieres on Starz Dec. 9.

Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOWGoogle PlayMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)


Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 81% (Netflix)

What it is: Based on the beloved Archie comic and from creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, this iteration of Sabrina the teenage witch has a dark and spooky twist, charting the titular witch’s (Kiernan Shipka) coming of age as she’s forced to choose between human normalcy and her magic’s haunting lore.

Why you should watch it: Sure, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina may have just made its big Netflix debut this Halloween, but will premiere an hourlong Christmas special, “A Midwinter’s Tale,” this month. That makes it a perfect time to binge the first 10 episodes of season 1, which was an immediate sensation with lovers of Riverdale and the original Melissa Joan Hart–starring series alike. “A Midwinter’s Tale” premieres Dec. 14.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)


Timeless 91% (NBC)

What it is: From creators Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan, Timeless stars Abigail Spencer, Malcolm Barrett, and Matt Lanter as a trio (a professor, a soldier, and an engineer) tasked with traveling through to save the world — and history — as we know it.

Why you should watch it: Christmas is coming early for the devoted fans of NBC’s sci-fi action drama that was resuscitated not once but twice. Though the network canceled the series after its first season, it quickly reversed the decision days later. The cancellation after season 2 stuck, but after more fan outcry NBC decided to bring the series back for a two-hour installment to wrap up loose storylines. Thrilling, entertaining, and featuring dazzling set and costume design pieces across its many time periods, Timeless is the kind of series that lives up to its name. Catch its anticipated final installment on Dec. 20.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNOWGoogle Play, HuluMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 18 hours (for the first two seasons)


Marvel's Runaways 85% (Hulu)

What it is: Creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage leave their mark on the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this hit Hulu series based on the comic of the same name, which follows a motley group of super-powered teens who unite to stop their supervillian parents.

Why you should watch it: By this point, you know what you’re getting with an MCU project — but Runaways still manages to have a few surprises up its sleeve. Led by a cast of a excellent young actors and featuring a unique spin on the hero-villain narrative (and exploring relationships between friends and family in the process), the streaming series is a welcome addition to the already well-trod Marvel empire. We can’t wait to see what season 2 has in store when it premieres Dec. 21. 

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNOWGoogle PlayHuluVudu

Commitment: Approx. 8.5 hours (for the first season)


A Series of Unfortunate Events 96% (Netflix)

What it is: Those poor, poor Baudelaire orphans — always getting caught up in events that are, well, unfortunate. Netflix’s whimsically dark series follows Violet, Klaus, and Sunny who, after their parents’ death, are put in the care of an evil distant cousin, Count Olaf, who’s set on getting his hands on their sizable inheritance.

Why you should watch it: Neil Patrick Harris is doing more than just stealing the show (as he did for nine seasons on How I Met Your Mother) — he is the show, making each of Olaf’s master-of-disguise getups more beguiling than the one before. It’s just an added bonus that the sets, music, and just about everything else about this series are technically dazzling. Season 3 premieres in full Jan. 1.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 13 hours 9for the first two seasons)


grown-ish 97% (Freeform)

What it is: A spinoff of Kenya Barris’ beloved and award-winning black-ish, grown-ish charts eldest daughter Zoey Johnson’s next big journey: college.

Why you should watch it: We already expect the Johnson family of black-ish to fearlessly deep dive into hot topics with heart and humor, and grown-ish carries the torch on to the college campus. Plus, if Yara Shahidi’s take on Zoey in the former series didn’t make it clear enough, she gives an absolutely star-making turn as the leading lady on this spinoff. Season 2 premieres Jan. 2.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNow, Google PlayHuluMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 4.5 hours (for the first season)


Gotham 77% (Fox)

What it is: The city of Gotham was a mess well before Batman had anything to do with it, and this Fox hit depicts exactly how and why in this origin story of Commissioner Gordon’s rise to prominence and Bruce Wayne’s transformation into Batman — and the varied ne’er do wells they dealt with along the way.

Why you should watch it: Now that Gotham is rounding the bend into its fifth and final season, this is the perfect time to binge and catch up on all the DC Comics fun of this gritty and endlessly entertaining series. An assortment of characters both known and new, it’s especially grounded by Benjamin McKenzie’s take on a young Det. James Gordon. Season 5 premieres Jan. 3.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNowGoogle PlayHuluMicrosoft, NetflixVudu

Commitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the first four seasons)


Young Justice 95% (DC Universe)

What it is: Before Runaways was charting the lives of teen superheroes coming into their own, there was the beloved (and until recently, much-missed) Young Justice, a Cartoon Network animated series from Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman that follows teen superheroes and sidekicks as they try to prove their worthiness of the Justice League.

Why you should watch it: It is with a great sigh of relief that the fan-favorite Young Justice returns from its elongated hiatus for an adventure-filled third season, titled Young Justice: Outsiders. This outing has the likes of Nightwing, Superboy, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, and others taking on meta-human teen trafficking, and even appears to have the team venturing off into space. Season 3 premieres on streaming service DC Universe on Jan. 4.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNowGoogle PlayMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 19 hours (for the first two seasons)


The Blacklist 91% (NBC)

What it is: To reveal very much about the twists and turns of this complex cat-and-mouse drama would spoil the fun, but the impetus of the series is rooted in its pilot, in which FBI agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) is called to a peculiar case where the highly pursued fugitive Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) turns himself in and demands to speak to her — and only her. Promising that he has intel on some of the world’s most dangerous underground terrorists, they build an unlikely partnership.

Why you should watch it: The guarantee for first-time viewers of the long-running and much-loved Blacklist is that you’re in for one heck of a rollercoaster ride. Led by a stellar performance from Spader as the central criminal mastermind, the series has time and again reinvented itself and upped the ante with each outing. It’s a safe bet that season 6, which premieres Jan. 4, will do the same.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNowGoogle PlayMicrosoft, NetflixVudu

Commitment: Approx. 80 hours (for the first five seasons)

House of Cards season 6 Netflix

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Wondering when your favorite show is wrapping its season? Check out the calendar below to find out TV’s fall finale dates.

Upcoming finales: House of Cards series, You: Season 1, Kidding: Season 1, Mayans M.C.: Season 1, The Purge: Season 1


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November


Thursday, Nov. 1
One Dollar: Season 1 (2018) 80% 3 a.m., CBS All Access

Friday, Nov. 2
House of Cards: Season 6 (2018) 66% Netflix
Big Cat Tales: Season 1, 8 p.m., Animal Planet
Snake City: Season 5, 8 p.m., Nat Geo WILD
Pod Save America: Season 1 (2018) 11 p.m., HBO

Saturday, Nov. 3
Tracey Ullman's Show: Season 3 (2018)  midnight, HBO

Sunday, Nov. 4
The Deuce: Season 2 (2018) 99% 9 p.m., HBO
() % 9 p.m., History

Monday, Nov. 5
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood: Season 5, 8 p.m., VH1
Drain the Oceans: Season 1, 9 p.m., National Geographic on FOX

Tuesday, Nov. 6
The Haves and the Have Nots: Season 5, 9 p.m., OWN
Mayans M.C.: Season 1 (2018) 72% 10 p.m., FX
The Purge: Season 1 (2018) 42% 10 p.m., USA

Wednesday, Nov. 7
Lucha Underground: Season 4 (2018) 8 p.m., El Rey
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 13 (2018) 94% 10 p.m., FXX
Are You the One?: Season 7 (2018) 10 p.m., MTV
Cheap Eats: Season 5, 10 p.m., Cooking Channel

Thursday, Nov. 8
Bureau of Magical Things: Season 1, 7 p.m., Teen Nick
Shahs of Sunset: Season 7, 9 p.m., Bravo
How Far is Tattoo Far?: Season 1, 9:30 p.m, MTV
The Return of Shelby the Swamp Man: Season 1, 10 p.m, History

Friday, Nov. 9
Marriage Boot Camp: Season 13, 9 p.m., WE
The Contender: Season 1 (2005) , 10 p.m., Epix
Little Big Awesome: Season 1, Amazon

Saturday, Nov. 10
Knight Squad: Season 1, 8:30 p.m., Nick
Fatal Vows: Season 6, 10 p.m., ID

Sunday, Nov. 11
The Circus: Inside the Wildest Political Show on Earth: Season 3 (2018)  8 p.m., Showtime
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Season 12 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., CNN
The Last Ship: Season 5 (2018) 9 p.m., TNT
Paranormal Survivor: Season 4, 9 p.m., Travel
Kidding: Season 1 (2018) 77% 10 p.m., Showtime
You: Season 1 (2018) 93% 10 p.m., Lifetime

Tuesday, Nov. 13
Basketball: A Love Story: Season 1, 8 p.m., ESPN
Driver vs. Driver: Season 2, 9 p.m., Golf
Native America: Miniseries (2018) 10 p.m., PBS
Garage Brothers: Season 1 (2018) 10 p.m., Discovery

Wednesday, Nov. 14
American Horror Story: Apocalypse (2018) 79% 10 p.m., FX
Dopesick Nation: Season 1, 10 p.m., Viceland

Thursday, Nov. 15
() % Hulu
Grey's Anatomy: Season 15 (2018) 100% 8 p.m., ABC
Station 19: Season 2 (2018) 9 p.m., ABC
How to Get Away With Murder: Season 5 (2018) 83% 10 p.m., ABC

Friday, Nov. 16
Fish My City with Mike Ianconelli: Season 1, 10 p.m., Nat Geo WILD
Haunted Live: Season 1, 10 p.m., Travel
Real Time With Bill Maher: Season 16 (2018) 10 p.m., HBO

Saturday, Nov. 17
Deutschland 86: Deutschland 86 (2018) 100% Sundance
() % 9 p.m., Showtime

Sunday, Nov. 18
The Durrells: Season 3 (2018) 100% 8 p.m., PBS
Hetty Feather: Season 4, 8:30 p.m., BYUtv
Season 4: Season 4 (2018) 81% 9 p.m., PBS
() % 9 p.m., Sundance
Relative Race: Season 4, 9 p.m., BYUtv
Salvage Dawgs: Season 9, 9 p.m., DIY
Ultimate Thanksgiving Challenge: Season 1, 9 p.m., Food Network
The Woman in White: Miniseries (2018) 80% 10 p.m., PBS
This Is Life With Lisa Ling: Season 5 (2018) 10 p.m., CNN
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver: Season 5 (2018) 100% 11 p.m., HBO

Monday, Nov. 19
AMC Visionaries: Season 1, 12 a.m., AMC
Dancing With the Stars: Season 27 (2018) 8 p.m., ABC
The Real Housewives of Orange County: Season 13 (2018) 9 p.m., Bravo
Deadly Rich: Season 1, 10 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Nov. 20
Keep It Spotless: Season 1, 8 p.m., Nick
The Impeachment of Bill Clinton: Season 1, 9 p.m., A&E
Flipping Out: Season 11, 10 p.m., Bravo
Tosh.0: Season 13, 10 p.m., Comedy Central
The Jim Jefferies Show: Season 2 (2018) 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Wednesday, Nov. 21
The Wild Andes: Miniseries (2018) 8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel
The Little Drummer Girl: Miniseries (2018) 95% 9 p.m., AMC
Man’s Greatest Food: Season 2, 9 p.m., Cooking Channel
Greenleaf: Season 3 (2018) 10 p.m., OWN
Stan Against Evil: Season 3 (2018)  10 p.m., IFC
Forged in Fire: Season 2, 10 p.m., History
The Real Housewives of Dallas: Season 3 (2018) 10 p.m., Bravo
Sinking Cities: Season 1 (2018) 10 p.m., PBS

Friday, Nov. 23
The Romanoffs: Season 1 (2018) 48% Amazon
Deadly Women: Season 12, 9 p.m., ID

Sunday, Nov. 25
Axios: Season 1 (2018) 6:30 p.m., HBO
The Walking Dead: Season 9 (2018) 89% 9 p.m., AMC
Talking Dead: Season 9 (2018) 10 p.m., AMC

Monday, Nov. 26
The Resident: Season 2 (2018) 8 p.m., FOX
9-1-1: Season 2 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., FOX

Tuesday, Nov. 27
This Is Us: Season 3 (2018) 94% 9 p.m., NBC
New Amsterdam: Season 1 (2018) 34% 10 p.m., NBC
The 212: Season 1 (2018) 11:30 p.m., Fuse

Thursday, Nov. 29
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 20 (2018) 100% 10 p.m., NBC

Friday, Nov. 30
The Paynes: Season 1 (2018) 9 p.m., OWN


December


Sunday, Dec. 2
Camping: Season 1 (2018) 27% 10 p.m., HBO

Monday, Dec. 3
The Good Doctor: Season 2 (2018) 10 p.m., ABC

Tuesday, Dec. 4
The Gifted: Season 2 (2018) 83% 8 p.m., FOX
Lethal Weapon: Season 3 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., FOX

Wednesday, Dec. 5
Chicago Med: Season 4 (2018) 8 p.m., NBC
Chicago Fire: Season 7 (2019) 9 p.m., NBC
Lee Daniel's Star: Season 3 (2018) 9 p.m., FOX
Clique: Season 1 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., Pop

Thursday, Dec. 6
The Good Place: Season 3 (2018) 98% 8:30 p.m., NBC
Impractical Jokers: Season 7 (2018) 9:30 p.m., NBC

Saturday, Dec. 8
Versailles: Season 3 (2018) 44% 10 p.m., Ovation

Sunday, Dec. 9
Dancing With the Stars: Juniors: Season 1 (2018) 8 p.m., ABC
Enemies: The President, Justice & the FBI: Miniseries (2018) 100% 8 p.m., Showtime

Monday, Dec. 10
My Brilliant Friend: Season 1 (2018) 93% 9 p.m., HBO

Tuesday, Dec. 11
Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island: Season 1, 9 p.m., Lifetime

Wednesday, Dec. 12
The Goldbergs: Season 6 (2018) 8 p.m., ABC
American Housewife: Season 3 (2018) 8:30 p.m., ABC
Forged in Fire: Season 5, 10 p.m., History

Thursday, Dec. 13
Baroness von Sketch Show: Season 3 (2018) 9:30 p.m., IFC
Nightflyers: Season 1 (2018) 10 p.m., Syfy

Friday, Dec. 14
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (2018) 86% Netflix
Speechless: Season 3 (2018) 8:30 p.m., ABC
Child Support: Season 2 (2018) 9 p.m., ABC

Saturday, Dec. 15
Room 104: Season 2 (2018) 90% midnight, HBO

Sunday, Dec. 16
Holiday Gingerbread Showdown: Season 1, 9 p.m., Food Network

Monday, Dec. 17
Fake the Great Masterpiece: Season 1, 1 p.m., Ovation
The Great Christmas Light Fight: Season 7 (2019) 8 p.m., ABC
Christmas Cookie Challenge: Season 2, 10 p.m., Food Network
Who Do You Think You Are?: Season 9, 10 p.m., TLC

Tuesday, Dec. 18
The Voice: Season 15 (2018) 9 p.m., NBC
Loudermilk: Season 2 (2018) 10 p.m., Audience
Holiday in Brooklyn: Season 1, 10 p.m., BET
Married at First Sight: Season 1, 10 p.m., Lifetime

Thursday, Dec. 20
() % 8 p.m., NBC

Friday, Dec. 21
Titans: Season 1 (2018) 78% DC Universe
Tales From the Tour Bus: Season 2 (2018) Cinemax

Sunday, Dec. 23
America in Color: Season 2 (2018) 8 p.m., Smithsonian
Sally4Ever: Season 1 (2018) 97% 10:30 p.m., HBO

Thursday, Dec. 27
The Wine Show: Season 2 (2018) 10 p.m., Ovation


2019


Tuesday, Jan.1
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 3 (2019) 100% 3 a.m., Netflix

Thursday, Jan. 3
Tell Me a Story: Season 1 (2018) 60% CBS All Access

Sunday, Jan. 6
() % 9 p.m., Facebook
Escape at Dannemora: Season 1 (2018) 90% 10 p.m., Showtime

Sunday, Jan. 13
Ray Donovan: Season 6 (2018) 60% 9 p.m., Showtime
Rel: Season 1 (2018) 44% 9:30 p.m., FOX
Dirty John: The John Meehan Story (2018) 71% 10 p.m., Bravo

Thursday, Jan. 24
The Good Place: Season 3 (2018) 98% 9:30 p.m., NBC

Friday, Jan. 25
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 4 (2018) 94% 3 a.m., Netflix

Friday, Feb. 8
Hell's Kitchen: Season 18 (2018) 8 p.m., FOX

Monday, Feb. 18
America’s Got Talent: The Champions, 8 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Feb. 27
() % 8 p.m., NBC


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The long of it: In 2017 alone, 487 scripted original series aired on television or streaming services.That’s a 69% increase from 2012 to 2017, according to tracking done by FX Networks Research. At the rate new TV is being made, 2018 should out-pace every other year with more than 500 original series airing.

The short of it: There’s a lot of TV. And though some of it is clutter, there is also more outstanding television being made than ever before.

As the Television Academy gears up to name the nominees for the 2018 Emmy Awards, recognizing excellence in an ever-more-populated field, there’s a heck of a lot more excellence out there than there ever was.

That’s why it seems like your Netflix queue is ever-growing, and it’s also why, come July 12, you should not be surprised if your favorite TV show doesn’t get a nod. There’s simply too much good TV out there to recognize it all. There are plenty of TV staples that will get recognized when the nominations are revealed (ahem, Game of Thrones), but Rotten Tomatoes’ TV team humbly suggests voters (and non-voters alike) also take a look at these exceptional, new, and heretofore overlooked-by-the-Emmys titles. And while some of the actors in these series may get a nod for their work, the series themselves probably won’t get nominated, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less deserving.


American Vandal 98% | Netflix

Who Stars In It: Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck, Jimmy Tatro

What’s It’s About: A mockumentary in the style of docuseries like Making a Murderer, the show sees Peter Maldonado (Alvarez) trying to solve a case of vandalism in the teacher’s parking lot. The school expelled Dylan Maxwell (Tatro) for drawing penises on the cars, but Peter thinks Dylan’s been framed.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: First of all, just making a mockumentary with the gravitas of Making a Murderer over such an immature act is hilarious. But just like Dylan’s alleged crime, there’s more under the surface of American Vandal. Creators Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda have crafted a genuine mystery that keeps you guessing in each of its eight episodes. By the end, you’re truly invested in who drew the dirty pictures and feel emotionally attached to the characters involved. Now that’s some Emmy-worthy dramedy. – Fred Topel


BoJack Horseman 93% | Netflix

Who Stars In It: Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Alison Brie, Amy Sedaris, Paul F. Tompkins

What It’s About: Bojack Horseman (Arnett) was a washed-up sitcom star in Hollywoo, a world of humans and anthropomorphized animals mixed together. He’s managed to get taken seriously as an actor by playing Secretariat in a movie. His agent, the cat Princess Caroline (Sedaris), is trying to start a family while she manages Bojack’s crises. His rival, the dog Mr. Peanutbutter (Tompkins), is in a relationship with his biographer, the human Diane (Brie), and Bojack’s former roommate Todd (Paul) is is exploring his asexuality.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: If it were only a brilliant animated spoof of Hollywood, Bojack Horseman would already be up there with The Simpsons and South Park; however, there’s real drama in the animated series — and using animation, Bojack can tackle stories that live-action never could. The best example is its season 3 episode, “Fish out of Water,” which takes place entirely underwater with no dialogue. Season 4 had a strong contender in “Time’s Arrow,” which delves into the dementia-addled memory of Bojack’s mother (Wendie Malick), who is searching for her beloved Henrietta (whose face is scratched out of all the animation). It’s profound, heartbreaking stuff.

Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg believes making the characters animals made some of the more somber material palatable. “I think if we were a live-action show, people might feel like this is a little too much, this is a little saccharine or a little too oppressive,” Bob-Waksberg told Rotten Tomatoes. “Because it’s this goofy horse face saying these words, it claws a new way in.” – Fred Topel


Cobra Kai 93% | YouTube Premium

Who Stars In It: Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Mary Mouser, Xolo Mariduena, Nichole Brown

What It’s About: This show revisits the main characters of The Karate Kid 30 years later, but from the perspective of high school bully Johnny Lawrence (Zabka). Losing the All Valley Karate tournament sent his life on a downward spiral, so he believes re-opening the old Cobra Kai dojo will give him purpose again. Daniel LaRusso (Macchio) is his nemesis, since karate’s been so good to him, Danielsan still trades off of his karate victory as a local hero and auto-sales tycoon.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: The idea of a Karate Kid reunion seemed at best like nostalgia and at worst like a joke. The fact that Cobra Kai is a genuinely good drama despite those expectations is a victory worthy of Daniel’s crane kick. Zabka and Macchio both get to play heavy drama about falling back into childish patterns. The younger characters tell a powerful Karate Kid story for teens of the social media generation. The bullied can so easily become bullies themselves, and women still have a lot of fight ahead of them in the worlds of sports, school, and love. Daniel’s daughter Samantha (Mouser) and Johnny’s students Miguel (Mariduena) and Aisha (Brown) could easily carry this series once the original Karate Kids retire. – Fred Topel


Counterpart 100% | Starz

Who Stars In It: J.K. Simmons, Nazanin Boniadi, Harry Lloyd, Olivia Williams

What It’s About: The best of espionage and science fiction converge in this complicated and well thought-out freshman drama in which Howard Silk, a lowly cog in a quasi-governmental bureaucratic spy machine, discovers his organization guards the gateway to a parallel world.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: The premise of creator Justin Marks’ Starz drama is so complex it’s actually quite simple: J.K. Simmons is Patty Duking it as the mild-mannered government desk warmer Howard Silk and his considerably more Alpha “counterpart” who has recently crossed over from the unknown-to-Howard other dimension to warn that there’s a mole in the operation. A heavy rotation of scenery-chewing supporting cast members (some of whom are also, naturally, playing dual parts) add to this paranoid universe of cover-ups, germ warfare, spy chases, and double agents, which would be all the makings for a must-watch prestige drama if Counterpart were on a broadcast or basic cable channel. – Whitney Friedlander


The Good Fight 95% | CBS All Access

Who Stars In It: Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, Rose Leslie, Delroy Lindo, Sarah Steele, Audra McDonald, Justin Bartha

What It’s About: A continuation of The Good Wife featuring Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart, the series follows an on-the-verge-of-retirement Diane as she loses her life savings and goes back to work at a new, all-black law firm.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: The Good Fight feels a lot like The Good Wife in all the best ways. It’s an eclectic ensemble with Baranski at the center and a rotating lineup of delightful guest stars. Season 2 has tackled liberal frustration with the Trump Administration (episodes are named after how many days the Celebrity Apprentice star has been in office) in a funny yet all-too-real way, along with everything from the serious (racially motivated police violence) to the silly (microdosing on mushrooms) with some smartly deployed F-bombs, too. This is streaming, after all. — Jean Bentley


Jane The Virgin 100% | The CW

Who Stars In It: Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Yael Grobglas, Justin Baldoni, Jaime Camil, Ivonne Coll

What It’s About: A rom-com about an accidentally artificially inseminated millennial that’s both feminist and funny.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: For all the hoopla surrounding NBC’s This is Us – it’s multi-generational and sometimes super sad! – the thing people seem to be missing most about that show is that it’s frankly not that good once they get past their own empathetic crying. Instead, please consider CW’s Jane the Virgin. Creator Jennie Snyder Urman’s telenovela has all of the above, but it also doesn’t take itself that seriously when handling substantial topics like parental abandonment, moving on after loss, and career reinvention. Just here for the stunt casting and Twitter-friendly cliffhangers? Brooke Shields cameoed this season as a Hollywood A-lister named River Fields and guest star Rosario Dawson’s JR accidentally shot someone in the finale — prompting those of us at home to ponder #JRShotWho?, until next season.  – Whitney Friedlander


One Day at a Time 99% | Netflix

Who Stars In It: Justina Machado, Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz, Todd Grinnell, Stephen Tobolowsky

What It’s About: Three generations of a Cuban-American family are living together in Los Angeles under one roof: recently divorced military vet single mom Penelope (Machado), Penelope’s old-school mother, Lydia (Moreno), and her tween son and teen daughter, Alex (Ruiz) and Elena (Gomez).

Why It Deserves an Emmy: Roseanne might have gotten the ax, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any more multi-camera sitcoms deftly tackling the plight of working-class Americans. The re-imagining of Norman Lear’s classic addresses plenty of hot-button political issues (with stellar performances by Moreno, Gomez, and Machado, in particular), but, more importantly, it’s a show about a family that truly loves each other. Isn’t heart what 2018 needs most of all? — Jean Bentley


Star Trek: Discovery 86% | CBS All Access

Who Stars In It: Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif, Michelle Yeoh

What It’s About: The Star Trek universe returns to TV in a prequel to the Original Series. Martin-Green plays disgraced Starfleet officer Michael Burnham, the adopted sister to franchise favorite character Spock.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: With outstanding performances by a talented ensemble cast, singling out any one of them with an Emmy nod may seem as daunting as facing down a Klingon Bird-of-Prey in an away shuttle. The series, however, takes its drama seriously, enveloping viewers in a believably treacherous world that pays homage to earlier Star Trek TV efforts, while surpassing them with film franchise–quality effects and standout performance by Isaacs as the troubled Captain Gabriel Lorca. — Debbie Day


The Terror 87% | AMC

Who Stars In It: Jared Harris, Ciarán Hinds, Tobias Menzies, Paul Ready, Adam Nagaitis, Ian Hart, Nive Nielsen

What It’s About: A fictionalized account of a Royal Navy voyage to the Arctic in the 1840s offers a supernatural explanation for the disappearance of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to find the Northwest Passage.

Why It Deserves an Emmy: Performances by Harris, Hinds, Menzies, and supporting players Ready, Hart, Nagaitis, and more provide a solid dramatic base for a harrowing adventure tale that transforms into a haunting horror story. The lavish event series, from showrunners David Kajganich (screenwriter of buzzy fall horror film remake Suspiria) and Soo Hugh, delivers award-worthy chills. — Debbie Day

Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) finds out just what Ian Shaw (Nicholas Pinnock) thinks of him in this moment from “No Man’s Land, Part Two,” the season 1 finale of Counterpart.

Critics Consensus: Tense and gripping, Counterpart is an absorbing thrill-fest led by Simmons’ multi-faceted dual lead performance.

Tomatometer: 100% (Certified Fresh)

Counterpart season 1 is available on demand and through the Starz app.

American Crime Story, Counterpart, Mosaic, Black Lightning, The Walking Dead, Star Trek: Discovery, Altered Carbon posters

We ranked new and returning series and films on TV and streaming from January 1 through mid-March by Tomatometer (seasons and films must have had at least 10 reviews to be included).

The final ranking reflects an adjusted score calculated based on the number of reviews a series has; for instance, if one title has 10 reviews and a 100% score, while another has 45 reviews and a 99% score, the second title ranks higher because of the larger pool of critics’ opinions used to form the score.

See the final results of the winter TV season:

9JKL: Season 1 (2017)
19%

#94
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Irritatingly uninspired, 9jkl leaves its talented cast out in the cold.

#93

Mute (2017)
21%

#93
Adjusted Score: 25380%
Critics Consensus: Visually polished but narratively derivative and overall muddled, Mute is a would-be sci-fi epic whose title serves as an unfortunate guide to how it might be best enjoyed.
Synopsis: In a Berlin of the future, a mute bartender's search for his missing lady-love takes him deeper and deeper into... [More]
Directed By: Duncan Jones

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Living Biblically commits the cardinal TV sin of wasting the outline of an refreshingly unusual premise on broad, hammy acting and stock sitcom laughs.

#91

The Outsider (2018)
17%

#91
Adjusted Score: 16542%
Critics Consensus: Starring a disengaged Jared Leto and stuffed with gangster cliches, The Outsider never distinguishes itself enough to gain admittance into the inner circle of good yakuza pictures.
Synopsis: After World War II, an American POW stays in Japan and works his way through the rituals and hardships of... [More]
Directed By: Martin Zandvliet

Valor: Season 1 (2017)
21%

#90
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Valor's attempt to highlight an often overlooked segment of the armed services is undercut by a badly judged blend of military action and melodrama.

#89
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Bland and uneven, Disjointed does more smoke-blowing than joke-telling -- though it's further proof that Betsy Sodaro is a comedian to watch.

#88
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: With only a mildly interesting premise, Mind Games leaves viewers with few reasons to continue playing.

#87
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Here and Now clearly has a point it wants to make, but a nebulous plot and unfocused character development stand in the way of its potential.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Wisdom of the Crowd wastes a talented cast on a formulaic procedural crime drama that wavers between modest returns and unintentional laughs.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Sugar-coated satire, Our Cartoon President wavers between scathing social criticism and softball slings in a way that's as unsatisfying as it is uncomfortable.
Directed By: Tim Luecke

#84
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Life Sentence avoids asking tough questions about serious issues, settling instead for a cloying sweetness.

The Brave: Season 1 (2017)
42%

#83
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Formulaic to a fault, The Brave fails to bring anything new to the genre -- though high production values and a capable cast may be diverting enough for some.

#82
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Esther Povistky and Benji Alflalo's awkward charms and convincingly platonic chemistry work, though Alone Together's lack of urgency keeps its nihilistic tenderness from truly jelling.

Absentia: Season 1 (2017)
50%

#81
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Absentia sticks too closely to the procedural handbook, leaving its capable lead and mildly intriguing mystery treading water.
Directed By: Oded Ruskin

S.W.A.T.: Season 1 (2017)
48%

#80
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Despite a commanding, charming performance from Shemar Moore, S.W.A.T. remains a simple procedural overrun with clichés.

Hard Sun: Season 1 (2018)
48%

#79
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Hard Sun's heady mix of narrative and visual flourishes buckle under a surfeit of clichés that ultimately weigh it down and leave the show a muddled mess.

#78
Adjusted Score: 87257%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: ... [More]
Starring: David Bowie
Directed By: Francis Whately

Dynasty: Season 1 (2017)
49%

#77
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dynasty's revival retains enough of its predecessor's over-the-top allure to offer a glamorous guilty pleasure in its first season, even if it never quite recaptures the magic of the original.

#76
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Refreshingly lewd humor and funny, relatable characters are crammed into LA to Vegas alongside pacing problems and a dearth of punchlines, leaving this sitcom's high-flying potential stuck in an amiable holding pattern.

Instinct: Season 1 (2018)
54%

#75
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Instinct is ultimately an underwhelming police procedural, despite having Alan Cumming in its arsenal.

#74
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Final Space doesn't always hit its mark, but for those looking for a bite-sized intergalactic comedy it may prove an amusing diversion.

#73

The Polka King (2017)
66%

#73
Adjusted Score: 66249%
Critics Consensus: Despite moments of hilarity and a talented ensemble, discordant direction and a sloppy script keep The Polka King from truly singing.
Synopsis: The rise and fall of Pennsylvania polka sensation Jan Lewan, who ultimately fleeced millions from investors through his polka-related activities.... [More]

#72
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: With sporadic amusement and a handful of decent performances, The Resident​ drifts between medical melodrama and hospital horror with often unintentionally funny results.

Rise: Season 1 (2018)
59%

#71
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Rise's admirable aim to inspire audiences with a grounded depiction of high school theater is undercut by stock characters and an off-putting presumption that it is more moving than it ever manages to be.

#70
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Good Doctor's heavy-handed bedside manner undermines a solid lead performance, but under all the emotionally manipulative gimmickry, there's still plenty of room to improve.

Doctor Who, Stranger Things 2, Walking Dead, Will and Grace, Star Trek: Discovery (BBC America/AMC/NBC/CBS)

It’s that time of year: leaves are falling, football is in season, and your favorite TV shows are headed back to the air after loooong summer hiatuses. Here’s a list of premiere dates for your returning favorites — and new obsessions! Time to get your DVR priorities in order.


September | October | November | December | 2018 Premiere Dates


September


Friday, Sept. 1
Narcos: Season 3 (2017) 97% Netflix

Tuesday, Sept. 5
American Horror Story: Cult (2017) 73% 10 p.m., FX

Wednesday, Sept. 6
You're the Worst: Season 4 (2017) 100%  10 p.m., FXX

Friday, Sept. 8
BoJack Horseman: Season 4 (2017) 97% 10 p.m., Netflix
One Mississippi: Season 2 (2017) 100% Amazon

Saturday, Sept. 9
Con Man: Season 1 (2015) 10 p.m., Syfy

Sunday, Sept. 10
Outlander: Season 3 (2017) 90% 8 p.m., Starz
The Orville: Season 1 (2017) 30% 8 p.m., Fox (moves to Thursdays at 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 21)
The Deuce: Season 1 (2017) 93% 9 p.m., HBO
Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3 (2017) 84% 9 p.m., AMC
Top of the Lake: China Girl (2017) 72% 9 p.m., SundanceTV

Monday, Sept. 11
George Lopez: The Wall, Live From Washington, D.C. (2017), HBO

Tuesday, Sept. 12
The Mindy Project: Season 6 (2017) 91% Hulu
Chrisley Knows Best: Season 5 (2017) 10 p.m., USA
According to Chrisley (2017), 10:30 p.m., USA

Wednesday, Sept. 13
South Park: Season 21 (2017) 54% 10 p.m., Comedy Central
Broad City: Season 4 (2017) 100% 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Thursday, Sept. 14
Better Things: Season 2 (2017) 96% 10 p.m., FX
Riviera (2017), Sundance Now

Friday, Sept. 15
American Vandal: Season 1 (2017) 98% Netflix
() 9 p.m., NatGeo

Sunday, Sept. 17
Adventure Time: Season 9 (2017) 7 p.m., Cartoon Network
69th Primetime Emmy Awards, 8 p.m., ABC
The Vietnam War: Miniseries (2017) 96% 8 p.m., PBS
El Chapo: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., Univision
Vice Principals: Season 2 (2017) 100% 10:30 p.m., HBO

Monday, Sept. 18
Dancing With the Stars: Season 25 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC

Tuesday, Sept. 19
Jerry Before Seinfeld (2017) 95% Netflix
Ellen’s Show Me More Show (2017), YouTube

Wednesday, Sept. 20
The Good Place: Season 2 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., NBC (moves to Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 28)
The No-End House: The No-End House (2017) 100% 10 p.m., Syfy

Thursday, Sept. 21
Doc Martin, Acorn TV
Gotham: Season 4 (2017) 77% 8 p.m., Fox
American Beauty Star: Season 1 (2017) , 10:30 p.m., Lifetime

Friday, Sept. 22
Gaga: Five Foot Two (2017) 73% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 3 (2017)  Netflix
Neo Yokio: Season 1 (2017) 52% Netflix
Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father: Season 1 (2017) Netflix
The Deep, Netflix
Transparent: Season 4 (2017) 91% Amazon
Tales From the Tour Bus: Season 1 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., Cinemax

Sunday, Sept. 24
()  8 p.m., Fox
Star Trek: Discovery: Season 1 (2017) 82% 8:30 p.m., CBS

Monday, Sept. 25
The Big Bang Theory: Season 11 (2017) 75% 8 p.m., CBS
The Voice: Season 13 (2017) 8 p.m., NBC
Young Sheldon: Season 1 (2017) 76% 8:30 p.m., CBS (preview)
Kevin Can Wait: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS
Me, Myself & I: Season 1 (2017) 63% 9:30 p.m., CBS
The Good Doctor: Season 1 (2017) 63% 10 p.m., ABC
Scorpion: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS
The Brave: Season 1 (2017) 42% 10 p.m., NBC
The Opposition With Jordan Klepper (2017), 11:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Def Comedy Jam 25 (2017)  Netflix
NCIS: Season 15 (2017) 8 p.m., CBS
Lethal Weapon: Season 2 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., Fox
Bull: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS
This Is Us: Season 2 (2017) 92% 9 p.m., NBC
The Mick: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (2017) 100% 9:30 p.m., Fox
NCIS: New Orleans: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS
Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murderers: The Menendez Murders () 64% 10 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Sept. 27
The Goldbergs: Season 5 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC
Survivor 8 p.m., CBS
Empire: Season 4 (2017) 83% 8 p.m., Fox
The Blacklist: Season 5 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., NBC
Speechless: Season 2 (2017) 8:30 p.m., ABC
Modern Family: Season 9 (2017) 9 p.m., ABC
SEAL Team: Season 1 (2017) 71% 9 p.m., CBS
Lee Daniel's Star: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Fox
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 19 (2017) 80% 9 p.m., NBC
American Housewife: Season 2 (2017) 9:30 p.m., ABC
Designated Survivor: Season 2 (2017) 60% 10 p.m., ABC
Criminal Minds: Season 13 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS
Chicago P.D.: Season 5 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC
Liar: Season 1 (2017) 54% 10 p.m., SundanceTV

Thursday, Sept. 28
StartUp: Season 2 (2017)  Crackle
Missions (2017), Shudder
Grey's Anatomy: Season 14 (2017) 93% 8 p.m., ABC
Superstore: Season 3 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., NBC
() % 9 p.m., NBC
Great News: Season 2 (2017) 92% 9:30 p.m., NBC
How to Get Away With Murder: Season 4 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., ABC
Chicago Fire: Season 6 (2017) 10 p.m., NBC
Nathan for You: Season 4 (2017) 100% Comedy Central
The President Show: Season 1 (2017) 67%, midnight, Comedy Central

Friday, Sept. 29
Big Mouth: Season 1 (2017) 100% Netflix
Real Rob: Season 2 (2017)  Netflix
The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Season 1 (2017)  Netflix
Real Rob: Season 2 (2017)  Netflix
Gerald's Game (2017) 91% Netflix
Long Shot (2017) Netflix
Our Souls at Night (2017) 89% Netflix
Paul Hollywood’s Big Continental Road Trip (2017), Netflix
Tin Star (2017), Amazon
Stories With Kev (2017), Laugh Out Loud Network
Inhumans: Season 1 (2017) 11% 8 p.m., ABC
MacGyver: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., CBS
Hell's Kitchen: Season 17 (2017) 8 p.m., Fox
Hawaii Five-0: Season 8 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS
Z Nation: Season 4 (2017) 9 p.m., Syfy
The Exorcist: Season 2 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., Fox
Blue Bloods: Season 8 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS

Saturday, Sept. 30
Versailles: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., Ovation
Saturday Night Live: Season 43 (2017) 9% 11:30 p.m., NBC

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October


Sunday, Oct. 1
The Toy Box: Season 2 (2017) 7 p.m., ABC
Bob's Burgers: Season 8 (2017) 7:30 p.m., Fox
Shark Tank: Season 9 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC
The Simpsons: Season 29 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., Fox
Wisdom of the Crowd: Season 1 (2017) 24% 8:30 p.m., CBS
Ghosted: Season 1 (2017) 59% 8:30 p.m., Fox
Family Guy: Season 15 (2016) 9 p.m., Fox
Poldark: Season 3 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., PBS
Keeping Up With the Kardashians (2007), 9 p.m., E!
NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 9 (2017) 9:30 p.m., CBS
The Last Man on Earth: Season 4 (2017) 92% 9:30 p.m., Fox
Ten Days in the Valley: Season 1 (2017) 55% 10 p.m., ABC
Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 9 (2017) 74% 10 p.m., HBO
StarTalk: Season 4 (2017) 11 p.m., Nat Geo

Monday, Oct. 2
Total Request Live (2017), MTV
Lucifer: Season 3 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., Fox
9JKL: Season 1 (2017) 19% 8:30 p.m., CBS
The Gifted: Season 1 (2017) 76% 9 p.m., Fox
The Halcyon: Season 1 (2017) 60% 10 p.m., Ovation

Tuesday, Oct. 3
Rodney Carrington: Here Comes the Truth (2017), Netflix
The Middle: Season 9 (2018) 100% 8 p.m., ABC
Fresh Off the Boat: Season 4 (2017) 86% 8:30 p.m., ABC
black-ish: Season 4 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., ABC
The Mayor: Season 1 (2017) 81% 9:30 p.m., ABC
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World: Season 1 (2017) 63% 10 p.m., ABC
Queen Sugar: Season 2 (2017) 100% (returns) 10 p.m., OWN

Wednesday, Oct. 4
Nature: Season 36 (2017) 8 p.m., PBS
NOVA: Season 44 (2017) 9 p.m., PBS
The Real Housewives of New Jersey, 9 p.m., Bravo
Rehab Addict, 9 p.m., DIY

Thursday, Oct. 5
() % Sundance Now
() % Crackle
Sex.Right.Now. with Cleo Stiller (2017), 8 p.m., FUSION TV
Scandal: Season 7 (2017) 91% 9 p.m., ABC
Van Helsing: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., Syfy
Ghost Wars: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., Syfy
Shade: Queens of NYC: Season 1 (2017) 10:30 p.m., Fusion

Friday, Oct. 6
Suburra: Blood on Rome: Season 1 (2017) 100% Netflix
Skylanders Academy: Season 2 (2017)  Netflix
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (2017) 97% Netflix
Once Upon a Time: Season 7 (2017) 43% 8 p.m., ABC
Superstition: Season 1 (2017) 80% 10 p.m., Syfy

Saturday, Oct. 7
Spielberg (2017) 92% 7 p.m., HBO

Sunday, Oct. 8
America's Funniest Home Videos: Season 28 (2017) 8 p.m., ABC
Madam Secretary: Season 4 (2017) 10 p.m., CBS
() midnight, Adult Swim

Monday, Oct. 9
Supergirl: Season 3 (2017) 78% 8 p.m., The CW
Valor: Season 1 (2017) 21% 9 p.m., The CW
A Haunting, 10 p.m., Destination America

Tuesday, Oct. 10
BET Hip Hop Awards (2017), 8 p.m., BET
The Flash: Season 4 (2018) 80% 8 p.m., The CW
DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 3 (2017) 88% 9 p.m., The CW
Terror In the Woods, 10 p.m., Destination America

Wednesday, Oct. 11
Chance: Season 2 (2017)  Hulu
Lifeline (2017), YouTube Red
Queers: Miniseries (2017) 10 a.m., BBC America
Riverdale: Season 2 (2017) 88% 8 p.m., The CW
Dynasty: Season 1 (2017) 49% 9 p.m., The CW
Mr. Robot: Season 3 (2017) 92% 10 p.m., USA
The Shannara Chronicles: Season 2 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., Spike

Thursday, Oct. 12
I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman: Season 1 (2017) 93% Hulu
Supernatural: Season 13 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., The CW
Arrow: Season 6 (2017) 64% 9 p.m., The CW
Home Alone, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Friday, Oct. 13
The Babysitter (2017) 72% Netflix
Kingdom of Us (2017) 100% Netflix
Mindhunter: Season 1 (2017) 96% Netflix
Super Monsters: Season 1 (2017) Netflix
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 4 (2017) 80% Netflix
Lore: Season 1 (2017) 69% Amazon
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 3 (2017) 96% 8 p.m., The CW
Jane The Virgin: Season 4 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., The CW

Saturday, Oct. 14
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency: Season 2 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., BBC America
The Sandman (2017)   9 p.m., Syfy
Tokyo Project (2017)  10 p.m., HBO

Sunday, Oct. 15
Berlin Station: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., Epix
The Durrells: Season 2 (2017) 100% 8 p.m., PBS
Good Behavior: Season 2 (2017) 9 p.m., TNT

Monday, Oct. 16
Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., VH1
Horror at the Cecil Hotel, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery
Star Wars Rebels: Season 4 (2017) 100% 12:30 a.m., Disney XD

Tuesday, Oct. 17
Patton Oswalt: Annihilation (2017), Netflix
Hit The Road: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., DirecTV/AT&T
Dead Silent, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery
Loudermilk: Season 1 (2017) 92% 10:30 p.m., DirecTV/AT&T

Wednesday, Oct. 18
Car vs America (2017), 8 p.m., FUSION TV
Freakish: Season 2 (2017)  Hulu

Friday, Oct. 20
1922 (2017) 91% Netflix
The Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate del Castillo Story (2017), Netflix
Haters Back Off: Season 2 (2017)  Netflix
One of Us (2017) 93% Hulu
Red Oaks: Season 3 (2017) 100% Amazon
Wheelman (2017) 88% Netflix
Tracey Ullman's Show: Season 2 (2017) 100% HBO

Saturday, Oct. 21
Too Funny To Fail (2017) 100% Hulu
()  8 p.m., Lifetime
George Michael: Freedom (2017), 9 p.m., Showtime

Sunday, Oct. 22
Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson (2017), Fox
The Walking Dead: Season 8 (2017) 65% 9 p.m., AMC
Graves: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., Epix
White Famous: Season 1 (2017) 53% 10 p.m., Showtime
The Jellies: Season 1 (2017) 12:15 a.m., Adult Swim
Comic Book Men: Season 7 (2017) midnight, AMC

Tuesday, Oct. 24
Wanted: Season 1 (2005) Netflix
Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild (2017), 10 p.m., TBS
At Home With Amy Sedaris: Season 1 (2017) 100% 10:30 p.m., truTV

Thursday, Oct. 26
Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (2017) 89% Netflix
Andi Mack: Season 2 (2017) 8 p.m., Disney
Drop the Mic: Season 1 (2017) 10 p.m., TBS

Friday, Oct. 27
Stranger Things: Season 2 (2017) 94% Netflix
Fearless: Season 1 (2017) 73% Amazon
Blindspot: Season 3 (2017) 8 p.m., NBC
Michael Jackson’s Halloween (2017), 8 p.m., CBS

Saturday, Oct. 28
Flint (2017) 57% 8 p.m., Lifetime
Black Sabbath: The End of the End (2017) 9 p.m., Showtime
The Murder Castle, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Sunday, Oct. 29
Helltown, 10 p.m., Destination America
() 10 p.m., Starz

Monday, Oct. 30
Judah Friedlander: America Is the Greatest Country in the United States (2017), Netflix
Superior Donuts: Season 2 (2017) 9:30 p.m., CBS

Tuesday, Oct. 31
Major Crimes: Season 6 (2017) 9 p.m., TNT
Terror in the Woods: Halloween Fright Night, 9 p.m., Destination America

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November


Wednesday, Nov. 1
Stan Against Evil: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., IFC

Thursday, Nov. 2
Back: Season 1 (2017) 100%, Sundance Now
Young Sheldon: Season 1 (2017) 76% 8:30 p.m., CBS
Mom: Season 5 (2017) 9 p.m., CBS
Life in Pieces: Season 3 (2017) 9:30 p.m., CBS
S.W.A.T.: Season 1 (2017) 48% 10 p.m., CBS

Friday, Nov. 3
Alias Grace: Miniseries (2017) 99% Netflix
Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City (2017), 11 p.m., Comedy Central

Sunday, Nov. 5
The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2 (2017) 74% 9 p.m., Starz
The Real Housewives of Atlanta, 9 p.m., Bravo
Shameless: Season 8 (2017) 100% 9 p.m., Showtime
SMILF: Season 1 (2017) 82% 10 p.m., Showtime
Ride With Norman Reedus: Season 2 (2017) 11 p.m., AMC

Monday, Nov. 6
Rebecca Martinsson, Acorn TV
The Healer, 10 p.m., TLC

Tuesday, Nov. 7
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Amazon
Fate/Apocrypha, Netflix
The Long Road Home: Miniseries (2017) 77% 9 p.m., Nat Geo
Teachers: Season 2 (2017) 10 p.m., TV Land (returning)
Damnation: Season 1 (2017) 64% 10 p.m., USA

Wednesday, Nov. 8
The 51st Annual Country Music Awards, ABC
Hot Date: Season 1 (2017) 8 p.m., Pop
()  8 p.m., Epix
Ozzy and Jack's World Detour: Season 1 (2016) 10 p.m., A&E
The A Word: Season 2 (2017) 93% 10 p.m., Sundance TV

Thursday, Nov. 9
The Cromarties: Season 1 (2017) 10:30 p.m., USA

Friday, Nov. 10
Lady Dynamite: Season 2 (2017) 100% Netflix
Landmarks Live in Concert, 10 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Nov. 12
No Activity: Season 1 (2017) 70% CBS All Access
Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics: Season 1 (2017) 11 p.m., AMC

Monday, Nov. 13
Ill Behaviour, 10:30 p.m., Showtime

Tuesday, Nov. 14
Future Man: Season 1 (2017) 82% Hulu

Wednesday, Nov. 15
Do You Want to See a Dead Body?, YouTube Red
MythBusters, 9 p.m., Science

Thursday, Nov. 16
Back: Season 1 (2017) 100% Sundance Now
GameFace, Hulu

Friday, Nov. 17
Marvel's The Punisher: Season 1 (2017) 67% Netflix
Mudbound (2017) 97% Netflix
Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters (2017), Netflix
Saving Capitalism, Netflix
Tim & Faith Soul2Soul, 9 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Nov. 18
Night of Too Many Stars, HBO 30669
() % 9 p.m., Sundance TV

Sunday, Nov. 19
The American Music Awards, 8 p.m., ABC
The Root 100 (2017), 9 p.m., FUSION TV
Search Party: Season 2 (2017) 96% 10 p.m., TBS
The Problem With Apu (2017), 10 p.m., TruTV

Monday, Nov. 20
Love, Lies & Records, Acorn TV
David Letterman: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize (2017), 8 p.m., PBS
() % 8 p.m., Disney XD
Elizabeth Smart: Questions Answered, 10 p.m., A&E

Tuesday, Nov. 21
Marvel's Runaways: Season 1 (2017) 86% Hulu
Chicago Med: Season 3 (2017)  10 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Nov. 22
Godless: Miniseries (2017) 83% Netflix
Barbra: The Music… The Mem’ries… The Magic!, Netflix

Thursday, Nov. 23
She's Gotta Have It: Season 1 (2017) 84% Netflix
A Place to Call Home, Acorn TV

Friday, Nov. 24
Frontier (2016), Netflix

Sunday, Nov. 26
Titanic: 20 Years Later With James Cameron (2017), 9 p.m., Nat Geo

Tuesday, Nov. 28
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (2017), 10 p.m., CBS

Wednesday, Nov. 29
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 1 (2017) 94% Amazon
Bruno Mars: 24k Magic Live at the Apollo, 10 p.m., CBS
Vikings: Season 5 (2017) 91% 9 p.m., History

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December


Friday, Dec. 1
() % Hulu
Dark: Season 1 (2017) 89% Netflix
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 5 (2018) 100% 8 p.m., ABC

Saturday, Dec. 2
Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady (2017), 9 p.m., HBO

Sunday, Dec. 3
The Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special, 8 p.m., CBS

Monday, Dec. 4
The Brokenwood Mysteries Season 4, Acorn TV
The Indian Doctor, Acorn TV
95th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting from President’s Park (2017), 7 p.m., Hallmark
The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee (2017) 94% 8 p.m., HBO

Tuesday, Dec. 5
Craig Ferguson: Tickle Fight (2017), Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 6
Shut Eye: Season 2 (2017) Hulu
Knightfall: Season 1 (2017) 57% 10 p.m., History
Happy!: Season 1 (2017) 81% 10 p.m., Syfy

Thursday, Dec. 7
Psych: The Movie (2017), 8 p.m., USA

Friday, Dec. 8
The Crown: Season 2 (2017) 89% Netflix
The Grand Tour: Season 2 (2017) 57% Amazon

Sunday, Dec. 10
Counterpart: Season 1 (2017) 100% 10 p.m., Starz (sneak peek)

Monday, Dec. 11
East of Everything, Acorn TV

Tuesday, Dec. 12
Judd Apatow: The Return (2017), Netflix

Friday, Dec. 15
Wormwood: Miniseries (2017) 90% Netflix
Jean-Claude Van Johnson: Season 1 (2016) 70% Amazon

Sunday, Dec. 17
A Christmas Story (2017), 7 p.m., Fox

Monday, Dec. 18
() % 10 p.m., HBO
The Accident Season 1, Acorn TV

Tuesday, Dec. 19
15: A Quinceañera Story: Ashley (2017)  HBO
The Naked Truth: Wasteland, 8 p.m., Fusion

Wednesday, Dec. 20
Loosely Exactly Nicole, Facebook
The Librarians: Season 4 ()  8 p.m., TNT

Thursday, Dec. 21
Peaky Blinders: Season 4 (2017) 89% Netflix

Friday, Dec. 22
Bright (2017) 27% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 3 (2017)  Netflix
The Last Post: Season 1 (2017) 64% Netflix

Monday, Dec. 25
Murdoch Mysteries Season 11, Acorn TV
Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time (2017) 88% BBC America
Cable Girls: Season 2 (2017) Netflix
Call the Midwife, 9 p.m., PBS

Tuesday, Dec. 26
The 40th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 9 p.m., CBS

Thursday, Dec. 28
Apple Music’s Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story (2017), 8 p.m., Fox

Friday, Dec. 29
Black Mirror: Season 4 (2017) 86% Netflix

Sunday, Dec. 31
Dave Chappelle: Equanimity (2017), Netflix
Fox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live From Times Square, 8 p.m., Fox

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