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With cold weather sweeping across the country, there’s truly nothing better than cozying up to the T.V. with a warm blanket and watching your favorite shows. To make sure you don’t miss any premieres, we’ve rounded up a complete list of dates of when your favorite shows come back, as well as info about new series and spinoffs that you might want to give a go (hellllooo, America’s Got Talent: The Champions). Read on and get ready to set your DVR.

All times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

*Denotes a series debut

January 2019


Tuesday, January 1

  • The Gifted Winter (Fox, 8 p.m.)
  • Lethal Weapon Winter (Fox, 9 p.m.)
  • *Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, 10 p.m.)

Wednesday, January 2

  • Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, 8 p.m.)
  • *The Masked Singer (Fox, 9 p.m.)
  • *Mythbusters Junior (Science, 9 p.m.)

Thursday, January 3

Friday, January 4

  • The Blacklist (NBC, 8 p.m.)
  • Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, 8 p.m.)
  • Speechless (ABC, 8:30 p.m.)
  • 20/20 (ABC, 9 p.m.) (new time, two-hour premiere)

Sunday, January 6

  • America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC, 7 p.m.)
  • Shark Tank (ABC, 9 p.m.) (new time, two hour premiere)

Monday, January 7

  • *America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC, 8 p.m.)
  • The Bachelor (ABC, 8 p.m.)

Tuesday, January 8

Wednesday, January 9

Thursday, January 10

  • A.P. Bio (NBC, 9 p.m.)
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC, 9 p.m.)
  • The Good Place (final 3 episodes time slot change) (NBC, 9:30 p.m.)

Friday, January 11

  • Friends From College (Netflix, 3:01 a.m.)
  • Future Man (Hulu, 12:00 a.m.)
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, 9 p.m.)

Sunday, January 13

Monday, January 14

  • The Resident Winter (Fox, 8 p.m.)
  • *The Passage (Fox, 9 p.m.)

Tuesday, January 15

  • The Flash (The CW, 8 p.m.)
  • This Is Us (season 3, part 2 premiere) (NBC, 9 p.m.)
  • *Roswell, New Mexico (The CW, 9 p.m.)

Wednesday, January 16

  • Riverdale (The CW, 8 p.m.)
  • All American (The CW, 9 p.m.)
  • Schitt’s Creek (POP, 10 p.m.)
  • *Deadly Class (Syfy, 10 p.m.)

Thursday, January 17

Friday, January 18

  • Dynasty (The CW, 8 p.m.)

Friday, January 19

  • Dynasties (BBC America, 9 p.m.)

Sunday, January 20

  • Supergirl (The CW, 8 p.m.)
  • Shameless (Showtime, 9 p.m.)
  • Charmed (The CW, 9 p.m.)
  • *Black Monday (Showtime, 10 p.m.)

Monday, January 21

  • Arrow (The CW, 8 p.m.)
  • Black Lightning (new time premiere) (The CW, 9 p.m.)

Wednesday, January 23

  • The Magicians (Syfy, 9 p.m.)
  • *Pure (WGN America, 10 p.m.)

Thursday, January 24

  • Legacies (The CW, 9 p.m.)

Friday, January 25

  • *Kingdom (Netflix, 3:01 a.m.)
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, 3:01 a.m.)

Sunday, January 27

  • Rent Live (Fox, 7 p.m.)

Thursday, January 31

  • Will & Grace (time slot shift) (NBC, 9:30 p.m.)

February 2019


Sunday, February 3

  • Super Bowl LIII (CBS, 6 p.m.)

Tuesday, February 5

  • American Housewife (ABC, 8 p.m.)

Saturday, February 10

  • Grammy Awards (CBS, 8 p.m.)

Friday, February 15

  • *The Umbrella Academy (Netflix, 3:01 a.m.)
  • *Proven Innocent (Fox, 9 p.m.)

Sunday, February 24

  • The 91st Academy Awards (ABC, TBD)

Wednesday, February 27

  • *Whiskey Cavalier (ABC, 10 p.m.)

Thursday, February 28

  • Wife Swap (CMT, 9 p.m.)

March 2019


Sunday, March 3

Monday, March 4

  • *Cosmos: Possible Worlds (cable premiere) (Nat Geo, 10 p.m.)

Thursday, March 7

  • Station 19 (ABC, 9 p.m.)
  • For the People (ABC, 10 p.m.)

Monday, March 18

  • *The Fix (ABC, 10 p.m.)

This list will be updated as more networks finalize and release their winter TV schedules.

Kayla Keegan News and Entertainment Editor Kayla Keegan covers all things in the entertainment, pop culture, and celebrity space for Good Housekeeping.


The new year is well underway and so is midseason TV.

While fall brought with it the returns of your favorite broadcast shows — and the debuts of several new ones — the colder months mark the time when many of those series go into hibernation and fresh programming wakes up.

Because the Big 4 and The CW are now gearing up to launch several new shows — and bring back a lot of your faves — TheWrap has rounded up the list of 2019’s broadcast premiere dates.

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

We’ve got launch days for NBC’s new series “The Enemy Within” and a new season of “The Voice.” On Fox, there are the series premiere of “Mental Samurai” and the return of Ryan Murphy’s “9-1-1.” The CW will debut “In the Dark” and start up the final seasons of “Jane the Virgin” and “iZombie.”

Meanwhile, CBS is ringing in a new year with new series like “Million Dollar Mile” and “The Red Line.” And ABC will bring you a fresh season of the “American Idol” revival and new drama “Whiskey Cavalier.”

See the full list of broadcast’s midseason premiere dates below, which TheWrap will continue to update as more become available.

Also Read: 9 New Midseason TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From ‘Masked Singer’ to ‘Proven Innocent’ (Photos)

Tuesday, January 1
8 p.m. “The Gifted” (Fox, winter premiere)
9 p.m. “Lethal Weapon” (Fox, winter premiere)

Also Read: Ratings: ‘AGT – The Champions’ Finale Conjures Up 10.5 Million Viewers

Monday, Jan. 7
8 p.m. “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” (NBC, series premiere)
8 p.m. “The Bachelor” (ABC, season premiere)

Also Read: ‘The Masked Singer’: Donnie Wahlberg Doesn’t Say He’s Not the Rabbit – We Think

Also Read: Ratings: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Hits 2-Year High With NBC Debut

Friday, Jan. 11
9 p.m. “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (The CW, winter premiere)

Wednesday, Jan. 16
8 p.m. “Riverdale” (The CW, winter premiere)
9 p.m. “All American” (The CW, winter premiere)

Also Read: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and 19 Other TV Shows That Found New Homes After Cancellation (Photos)

Friday, Jan. 18
8 p.m. “Dynasty” (The CW, winter premiere)

Sunday, Jan. 20
8 p.m. “Supergirl” (The CW, winter premiere)
9 p.m. “Charmed” (The CW, winter premiere)

Also Read: TV Pilot Season 2019: TheWrap’s Complete Guide

Thursday, Jan. 24
9 p.m. “Legacies” (The CW, winter premiere)

Sunday, Jan. 27
7 p.m. “Rent Live” (Fox, live-event broadcast)

Thursday, Jan. 31
9:30 p.m. “Will & Grace” (NBC, new time slot, winter premiere)

Sunday, Feb. 3
10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT “The World’s Best” (CBS, series premiere, airs immediately after Super Bowl)

Also Read: Ratings: NBC Beats Back ABC as ‘The Good Doctor’ Airs a Rerun

Monday, Feb. 4
8 p.m. “The Neighborhood” (CBS, winter premiere)
8:30 p.m. “Man With a Plan” (CBS, season premiere)

Tuesday, Feb. 5
8 p.m. “American Housewife” (ABC, new night, time slot, winter premiere)

Wednesday, Feb. 6
8 p.m. “The World’s Best” (CBS, time slot premiere)

Friday, Feb. 15
9 p.m. “Proven Innocent” (Fox, series premiere)

Also Read: The CW Sets Spring Premiere Dates for Final Seasons of ‘Jane the Virgin,’ ‘iZombie’

Saturday, Feb. 16
8 p.m. “Ransom” (CBS, season premiere)

Wednesday, Feb. 20
8 p.m. “Survivor” (CBS, season premiere)

Sunday, Feb. 24
11:35 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, post-Oscars sneak preview of series premiere)

Monday, Feb. 25
8 p.m. “The Voice” (NBC, season premiere)
10 p.m. “The Enemy Within” (NBC, series premiere)

Tuesday, Feb. 26
9 p.m. “World of Dance” (NBC, season premiere)

Also Read: Ratings: ‘The Masked Singer’ Sheds Almost a Quarter of Its Big Premiere Audience

Wednesday, Feb. 27
10 p.m. “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, official series premiere)

Also Read: ‘The Conners’: ABC Boss Says ‘We Are Close’ on Season 2 Renewal

Tuesday, March 12
8 p.m. “MasterChef Junior” (Fox, season premiere)

Monday, March 18
9 p.m. “9-1-1” (Fox, winter premiere)
10 p.m. “The Fix” (ABC, series premiere)

Tuesday, March 19
9 p.m. “Mental Samurai” (Fox, series premiere)
10 p.m. “The Village” (NBC, series premiere)

Wednesday, March 27
9 p.m. “Million Dollar Mile” (CBS, series premiere)
9 p.m. “Jane the Virgin” (The CW, season premiere)

Also Read: ‘This Is Us’: Sterling K Brown Says You’ll Know Why They Are Going to See ‘Her’ By the End of Season 3

Thursday, March 28
9:30 p.m. “Abby’s” (NBC, series premiere)

Thursday, April 4
9 p.m. “In the Dark” (The CW, series premiere)

Tuesday, April 9
9 p.m. “The Code” (CBS, series premiere)

Tuesday, April 16
9:30 p.m. “Bless This Mess” (ABC, series premiere)

Wednesday, April 17
9 p.m. “The Amazing Race” (CBS, season premiere)

Thursday, April 18
8:30 p.m. “Life in Pieces” (CBS, season premiere)

Thursday, April 26
9:30 p.m. “Life in Pieces” (CBS, new time-slot premiere)

Sunday, April 28
8 p.m. “The Red Line” (CBS, series premiere)

Also Read: Ratings: ‘This Is Us’ Returns After SOTU Hiatus to Top Tuesday

Tuesday, April 30
9 p.m. “The 100” (The CW, season premiere)

20 New Midseason TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From ‘Bless This Mess’ to ‘The Red Line’ (Photos)

  • When it comes to TV, winter is typically no fall — but a few of these series premieres could have made the cut for an earlier start, ratings-wise. TheWrap has ranked all of broadcast’s midseason debuts by their “live” total-viewer tallies. A pair of new singing competitions were impressive, a kinda-sorta reboot on The CW was not. Scroll through our gallery for the Nielsen returns from the 20 debuts we’ve seen. Find our Fall TV version of these rankings here.

    Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)


  • Rank: 20 Show: “In the Dark” Net: The CW Total Viewers: 894,000

    Also Read: Stephen Amell Praises Departing ‘Arrow’ Co-Star Emily Bett Rickards: ‘We Wouldn’t Be Here Without You’

    The CW

  • Rank: 19 Show: “Roswell, New Mexico” Net: The CW Total Viewers: 1.5 million

    Also Read: Ratings: The CW’s ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Premiere Is Pretty Deserted

    The CW

  • Rank: 18 Show: “Mental Samurai” Net: Fox Total Viewers: 2.3 million

    Also Read: Summer TV 2019: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Updating)


  • Rank: 17 Show: “Abby’s” Net: NBC Total Viewers: 2.6 million

    Also Read: Ratings: NBC Sitcom ‘Abby’s’ Experiences a Sobering Premiere


  • Rank: 16 Show: “Proven Innocent” Net: Fox Total Viewers: 3.1 million

    Also Read: TV Pilot Season 2019: TheWrap’s Complete Guide


  • Rank: 15 Show: “Million Dollar Mile” Net: CBS Total Viewers: 4.07 million

    Also Read: Ratings: CBS’ ‘Million Dollar Mile’ Debut Beat by NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’


  • Rank: 14 Show: “Whiskey Cavalier” Net: ABC Total Viewers: 4.10 million * (*Time period premiere. Special post-Oscars sneak peek earned 4.2 million viewers)

    Also Read: ABC’s ‘Whiskey Cavalier’ Sneak Peek Gets 4.2 Million Viewers After the Oscars


  • Rank: 13 Show: “The Fix” Net: ABC Total Viewers: 4.4 million

    Also Read: Ratings: ABC’s ‘The Fix’ Is a Bit Broken in Premiere


  • Rank: 12 Show: “Bless This Mess” Net: ABC Total Viewers: 4.6 million

    Also Read: ‘Bless This Mess’ Star Lake Bell Tells Us What It’s Like Being Licked by a Cow (Video)


  • Rank: 11 Show: “The Red Line” Net: CBS Total Viewers: 4.79 million

    Also Read: CBS’ ‘The Red Line’ Ties as Lowest-Rated Drama Debut of the Season


  • Rank: 10 Show: “The Village” Net: NBC Total Viewers: 4.81 million

    Also Read: NBC Swaps ‘The Voice’ and ‘The Village’ on Tuesdays, Moving Singing Competition Away From ‘NCIS’


  • Rank: 9 Show: “Schooled” Net: ABC Total Viewers: 4.82 million

    Also Read: Time for ‘Schooled’: How 8 Other Broadcast Spinoffs Are Doing in TV Ratings


  • Rank: 8 Show: “The Passage” Net: Fox Total Viewers: 5.2 million

    Also Read: Ratings: Fox’s ‘The Passage’ Premiere Is Quite Passable


  • Rank: 7 Show: “The World’s Best” Net: CBS Total Viewers: 5.6 million* (*Time period premiere. Special post-Super Bowl LIII series debut earned 22.2 million viewers)

    Also Read: Ratings: ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Hits New Lows on Valentine’s Day and Love Is Obviously Dead


  • Rank: 6 Show: “The Enemy Within” Net: NBC Total Viewers: 5.8 million

    Also Read: Ratings: NBC’s Post-‘Voice’ Debut of ‘The Enemy Within’ Beats ABC’s ‘The Good Doctor’


  • Rank: 5 Show: “The Titan Games” Net: NBC Total Viewers: 6.5 million

    Also Read: Ratings: Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Titan Games’ Premieres to Rock-Solid Numbers


  • Rank: 4 Show: “Fam” Net: CBS Total Viewers: 7.3 million

    Also Read: Midseason TV 2019: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Updating)


  • Rank: 3 Show: “The Code” Net: CBS Total Viewers: 8.2 million* (*Episode 2, its time period premiere, had 4.4 million viewers)

    Also Read: Ratings: CBS’ ‘The Code’ Debut Tops 8 Million Viewers Following ‘NCIS’


  • Rank: 2 Show: “The Masked Singer” Net: Fox Total Viewers: 9.4 million

    Also Read: ‘Masked Singer’ Boss Explains How Competition (and Clues) Will Work From Here on Out


  • Rank: 1 Show: “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” Net: NBC Total Viewers: 10 million

    Also Read: Susan Boyle Scores First Golden Buzzer of ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ (Video)


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We’ve ranked all of broadcast’s midseason debuts

When it comes to TV, winter is typically no fall — but a few of these series premieres could have made the cut for an earlier start, ratings-wise. TheWrap has ranked all of broadcast’s midseason debuts by their “live” total-viewer tallies. A pair of new singing competitions were impressive, a kinda-sorta reboot on The CW was not. Scroll through our gallery for the Nielsen returns from the 20 debuts we’ve seen. Find our Fall TV version of these rankings here.

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

Photo: Maya Robinson/Vulture

Fans of Dirty John: Does November 25 feel unbearably far away? Ease your anticipation pains at Vulture Festival Los Angeles, where Connie Britton and Eric Bana will be talking about the show on Saturday, November 17. Tickets are available at

Peak TV means never having to say you’re sorry for your binge-watching preferences, and a winter 2019 slate packed with new and returning shows will make it all the easier to eschew the outdoors and holiday “commitments” in favor of some quality time in front of a screen. (One screen at a time, please!) Whether you’re in the mood for a macabre drama or deliciously silly comedy, know that the next four months have your back. Browse below for Vulture’s highlights and favorites, as well as the entire winter lineup with premiere dates included.

My Brilliant Friend (November 18, HBO)

Adapting the first of Elena Ferrante’s four Neapolitan Novels, this ain’t a frothy Italian romp à la Young Pope by any means. My Brilliant Friend follows the lives of Elena and Lila, girls from the wrong side of 1950s Naples, whose paths weave in and out as they try to navigate the early part of their lives. Decades later, when Lila seems to vanish without a trace, Elena decides to recount the entirety of their dysfunctional friendship in the hopes of discovering what happened to her.

Dirty John (November 25, Bravo)

Just what the doctor ordered: tracking shots of Connie Britton drinking rosé! Based on the wildly popular true-crime podcast, Dirty John doubles as every woman’s worst nightmare — a dashing gent with tons of money (Eric Bana) seduces Britton’s single-mom character, and just when it all starts to get serious, it turns out he might actually be equal parts psychopath and sociopath. Now, let’s hope she and her daughters can get out alive.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (December 5, Amazon)

Our gal is back, and the crowds are getting bigger! A year after beginning her quest to become the funniest woman on the Upper West Side — or rather, the funniest woman in all of New York — Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan, Emmy winner) is continuing to hone her chops with the help of her faithful friend and manager (Alex Borstein, fellow Emmy winner) which still isn’t exactly easy, given that none of her friends or parents know her secret. “Comedy is fueled by disappointment and humiliation,” Midge says in her new act. “Now, who the hell does that describe more than women?”

Counterpart (December 9, Starz)

To fill the The Americans gap in your life, why not indulge in this acid trip of a spy and espionage drama instead? J.K. Simmons plays a low-end United Nations employee based in Berlin who discovers his work actually involves monitoring a parallel dimension, which another J.K. Simmons character lives and inhabits. (The always lovely Olivia Williams is also there as his wife.) To add insult to injury, his parallel self is way cooler, and he’s now roaming around the real world. What could possibly go wrong?

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (January 10, NBC)

You did it, viewers. After being canceled and revived in 31 hours, Brooklyn Nine-Nine — excuse us, NINE-NINE! — is getting a new home with NBC, and you don’t have to worry about any “substantial” changes thanks to the network switch. Just give us the iconic octagon of Jake, Rosa, Amy, Terry, Charles, Raymond, Hitchcock, and Scully doing various shenanigans, and we’ll be thrilled.

True Detective (January 13, HBO)

Just when you thought Netflix’s Ozark got all of TV’s allotted midwestern topography drama, in walks Mahershala Ali to claim the Ozarks as his own. In the latest True Detective outing, Ali portrays an Arkansas detective who, along with his partner (Stephen Dorff), investigates a gruesome crime involving two missing children. The case weaves through three different time periods as it remains unsolved, driving nearly everyone involved to the point of insanity.

Schitt’s Creek (January 16, Pop)

Ew, David! The best comedy to come out of Canada in years, you’d be remiss not to binge Schitt’s Creek — all seasons are available on Netflix — before the fifth season premieres. If you still need some convincing, the basic gist is that an über-rich family loses their fortune and are forced to move to their only remaining asset, an eccentric small town in the Canadian boondocks. They slowly, albeit begrudgingly, become fond of the town with each passing year, as they live out of a motel and start putting down roots.

Broad City (January 24, Comedy Central)

It’s one last hurrah for Abbi and Ilana and all of their New York hangs, although the duo are going to remain with Comedy Central to develop a bunch of other shows. How many more delightful, frivolous escapades can they possibility squeeze in before we bid them farewell?

I Am the Night (Late January, TNT)

With Chris Pine and Patty Jenkins reteaming after Wonder Woman, a bunch of interconnecting threads are at play in this limited drama set in ’50s Reno: A teenager given away at birth might end up being the key to a trial involving an infamous Hollywood gynecologist, a case that happened to mentally break a seasoned journalist (Pine) during his own investigation. There are also a lot of secret pasts, just for good measure.

The entire winter lineup

Saturday, November 17
9 p.m. Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle, Sundance

Sunday, November 18
12 a.m. Queen America, Facebook Watch
9 p.m. My Brilliant Friend, HBO
9 p.m. The Lost Tapes: Tet Offensive, Smithsonian
10 p.m. Escape at Dannemora, Showtime

Monday, November 19
12 a.m. The Last Kingdom, Netflix
9 p.m. The Little Drummer Girl, AMC

Tuesday, November 20
12 a.m. The Final Table, Netflix
12 a.m. Motown Magic, Netflix
10 p.m. Brothers in Arms, History

Wednesday, November 21
9 p.m. The Bureau, Sundance Now

Thursday, November 22
12 a.m. No Activity, CBS All Access
12 a.m. Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return, Netflix
8 p.m. Masterchef Junior: Celebrity Showdown, Fox
9 p.m. Chimp Sanctuary, BBC America
10 p.m. Chimps of the Lost Gorge, BBC America

Friday, November 23
12 a.m. Frontier, Netflix

Sunday, November 25
10 p.m. Dirty John, Bravo

Monday, November 26
9 p.m. The Panama Papers, Epix
9 p.m. The Great Christmas Light Fight, ABC

Wednesday, November 28
9 p.m. Vikings, History
9 p.m. Chrisley Knows Best, USA
10 p.m. Knight Fight, History

Thursday, November 29
9 p.m. Cold Valley, Investigation Discovery

Friday, November 30
12 a.m. F Is for Family, Netflix

Sunday, December 2
9 p.m. Berlin Station, Epix
10 p.m. Nightflyers, Syfy

Monday, December 3
9 p.m. Vanderpump Rules, Bravo

Tuesday, December 4
12 a.m. Fuller House, Netflix
8 p.m. Legends of the Lost With Megan Fox, Travel

Wednesday, December 5
12 a.m. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon
9 p.m. Deal or No Deal, CNBC

Thursday, December 6
9 p.m. Top Chef, Bravo
9 p.m. The Great American Baking Show, ABC

Sunday, December 9
9 p.m. Counterpart, Starz

Friday, December 14
12 a.m. Tidelands, Netflix

Saturday, December 15
12 a.m. Springsteen on Broadway, Netflix

Thursday, December 20
8 p.m. Timeless: The Movie, NBC

Friday, December 21
12 a.m. Marvel’s Runaways, Hulu
12 a.m. Vanity Fair, Amazon

Tuesday, December 25
9 p.m. Call the Midwife, PBS

Sunday, December 30
8 p.m. The Orville, Fox

Sunday, January 6
8 p.m. Golden Globes, NBC

Monday, January 7
8 p.m. America’s Got Talent: The Champions, NBC

Wednesday, January 9
10 p.m. I’m Sorry, truTV
10 p.m. You’re the Worst, FXX
10:30 p.m. Jon Glaser Loves Gear, truTV

Thursday, January 10
9 p.m. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, NBC

Friday, January 11
12 a.m. Friends From College, Netflix

Sunday, January 13
9 p.m. True Detective, HBO
9 p.m. Valley of the Boom, Nat Geo
9 p.m. Victoria, PBS

Monday, January 14
9 p.m. The Passage, Fox

Tuesday, January 15
9 p.m. Roswell, New Mexico, the CW

Wednesday, January 16
10 p.m. Deadly Class, Syfy
10 p.m. Schitt’s Creek, Pop

Thursday, January 17
12 a.m. Star Trek: Discovery, CBS All Access
8 p.m. A Discovery of Witches, Shudder/Sundance Now

Saturday, January 19
9 p.m. Dynasties, BBC America

Sunday, January 20
9 p.m. Shameless, Showtime
10 p.m. Black Monday, Showtime

Wednesday, January 23
9 p.m. The Magicians, Syfy
10 p.m. Pure, WGN America

Thursday, January 24
9 p.m. Siren, Freeform
10 p.m. Broad City, Comedy Central
10:30 p.m. The Other Two, Comedy Central

Friday, January 25
12 a.m. Kingdom, Netflix
12 a.m. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Netflix

Sunday, January 27
7 p.m. Rent: Live, Fox

Late January
I Am the Night, TNT

Sunday, February 3
3 p.m. Super Bowl LIII, CBS
10 p.m. The World’s Best, CBS

Sunday, February 10
8 p.m. Grammy Awards, CBS

Friday, February 15
12 a.m. The Umbrella Academy, Netflix
9 p.m. Proven Innocent, Fox

Wednesday, February 20
10 p.m. Documentary Now!, IFC

Sunday, February 24
8 p.m. Academy Awards, ABC

FOX Announces Fall Premiere Dates for the 2018-2019 Season

FOX has set the fall premiere dates for its new and returning series.

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, EMPIRE (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and STAR (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) return.

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL, with NFL Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Michael Strahan headlining the pregame show, debuts Sept. 27 (7:30 PM-CC ET live/4:30 PM-CC PT live).

FOX fall premieres of new and returning series are listed below in chronological order (all times are ET/PT):


(All Times ET/PT, except where noted)

Sunday, Sept. 9, Immediately Following NFL ON FOX Doubleheader

8:00-8:30 PM ET/live in all time zones REL (Special Preview)

Sunday, Sept. 23, Immediately Following NFL ON FOX Doubleheader

8:00-9:00 PM ET/live in all time zones 9-1-1 (Special Season Two Premiere, Part 1)

Monday, Sept. 24

8:00-9:00 PM THE RESIDENT (Season Two Premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM 9-1-1 (Special Season Two Premiere, Part 2)

Tuesday, Sept. 25

8:00-9:00 PM THE GIFTED (Season Two Premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM LETHAL WEAPON (Season Three Premiere)

Wednesday, Sept. 26

8:00-9:00 PM EMPIRE (Season Five Premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM STAR (Season Three Premiere)

Thursday, Sept. 27

7:30 PM-CC ET live/4:30 PM-CC PT live THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (FOX Sports Premiere)

Friday, Sept. 28

8:00-8:30 PM LAST MAN STANDING (Network Premiere)

8:30-9:00 PM THE COOL KIDS (Series Premiere)

9:00-10:00 PM HELL’S KITCHEN (Season 18 Premiere)

Sunday, Sept. 30

8:00-8:30 PM THE SIMPSONS (Season 30 Premiere)

8:30-9:00 PM BOB’S BURGERS (Season Nine Premiere)

9:00-9:30 PM FAMILY GUY (Season 16 Premiere)

9:30-10:00 PM REL (Time Period Premiere)




Inspired by the life of Lil Rel Howery (“Get Out,” “Insecure,” “The Carmichael Show”), REL is a multi-camera comedy starring Howery as a recently divorced husband and father who makes a fresh start on the West Side of Chicago, with the help of his best friend and unfiltered sounding board, BRITTANY (Jess “Hilarious” Moore, “Wild ’N Out”); his wayward younger brother, NAT (Jordan L. Jones, “NCIS: Los Angeles”); and his old-school DAD (Sinbad, “A Different World,” “Jingle All The Way”). Jerrod Carmichael (“The Carmichael Show,” “Neighbors”), Mike Scully (“The Carmichael Show,” THE SIMPSONS), Howery, Josh Rabinowitz (“The Carmichael Show,” “Broad City”) and Kevin Barnett (“The Carmichael Show”) are executive producers. Gerry Cohen (“The Carmichael Show,” “Married with Children”), directed the pilot.


From executive producer Charlie Day (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”), THE COOL KIDS is a multi-camera comedy about a rag-tag group of friends living in a retirement community who are willing to break every rule in order to have fun – because, at their age, what do they really have to lose? The series stars four comedy veterans: Tony Award nominee David Alan Grier (“The Carmichael Show,” “In Living Color”), Emmy Award nominee Martin Mull (“Veep,” “Roseanne”), Emmy Award winner Vicki Lawrence (“Mama’s Family,” “The Carol Burnett Show”) and Emmy Award winner Leslie Jordan (“Will & Grace,” “American Horror Story”). Along with Day, Patrick Walsh (“Living Biblically,” “2 Broke Girls”) and Nick Frenkel (“The Mick,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) are executive producers. Emmy Award winner Don Scardino (“30 Rock,” “2 Broke Girls”) directed the pilot.


Multi-cam comedy LAST MAN STANDING, starring Tim Allen, comes to FOX. A fan-favorite for six seasons, LAST MAN STANDING stars Allen as MIKE BAXTER, a married father of three girls, who tries to maintain his manliness, despite being surrounded by women. Produced by 20th Century Fox Television, the series also stars Nancy Travis as VANESSA BAXTER, Jonathan Adams as CHUCK LARABEE, Amanda Fuller as KRISTIN BAXTER, Christoph

Sanders as KYLE ANDERSON, Jordan Masterson as RYAN VOGELSON and Hector Elizondo as ED ALZATE. In the 2016-17 season, “Last Man Standing” was ABC’s second most-watched comedy, after “Modern Family.” The series ranked as the No. 1 new program across all syndication when it debuted off-net during the 2016-2017 season. Allen, Kevin Abbott, Matt Berry, Kevin Hench, Ed Yeager, Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements, Shawn Levy, Richard Baker and Rick Messina are executive producers. The series was created by Jack Burditt.

FOX winter 2018 premiere dates: ‘The Resident,’ ‘LA to Vegas’ join schedule in January

FOX will give its new medical drama “The Resident” the biggest push it can get on the network in January.

The show will premiere Sunday, Jan. 21, following the network’s broadcast of the NFC Championship game. It then moves to Mondays the following night, taking over for “The Gifted” — which will wrap its season on Jan. 15.

“The Resident” stars Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp, Manish Dayal, Moran Atias, Merrin Dungey, Shaunette Renee Wilson, Melina Kanakaredes and Bruce Greenwood.

FOX has also set a Jan. 2 premiere date for comedy “LA to Vegas,” which will join “The Mick” on Tuesday nights. “The Mick” will move to 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, with “LA to Vegas,” about the regulars on a weekly flight between the two cities, slotting in at 9.

The cast of “LA to Vegas” includes Dylan McDermott, Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham, Olivia Macklin and Peter Stormare.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which currently airs with “The Mick” on Tuesdays, is headed to hiatus following an hour-long fall finale on Dec. 12. It will return in the spring, presumably paired with the final season of “New Girl.”

Here’s a full rundown of FOX’s winter premiere dates. All times are ET/PT unless noted, and new shows are in italics.

Tuesday, Jan. 2

9 p.m. “LA to Vegas”
9:30 p.m. “The Mick” (new time period)

Wednesday, Jan. 3

8 p.m. “The X-Files”
9 p.m. “9-1-1”

Thursday, Jan. 4

8 p.m. “The Four: Battle for Stardom”

Monday, Jan. 15

8 p.m. “The Gifted” season finale (two hours)

Sunday, Jan. 21

10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT: “The Resident” (approximate; follows NFC Championship)

Monday, Jan. 22

9 p.m. “The Resident” (time period premiere)

Fall TV Grid 2016-2017

Now that all the pieces are in place for the 2017-18 primetime broadcast TV season, it is clear that there are two traits that define the fall schedule for the Big 4 and the CW: stability and the fact that everyone is doubling down – with some butting heads. Besides the proliferation of comic book adaptations across multiple networks, the obvious two-fer is CBS, with Season 11 of blockbuster The Big Bang Theory unapologetically providing the launch pad to prequel Young Sheldon on Thursdays after the net’s NFL package wraps up.

Having flirted with the pairing earlier this year, Fox is going full Lee Daniels on Wednesdays with Empire moving to 8 PM and Season 2 of Star snagging the lead-out slot from the still-ratings-muscular hip-hop drama. The same night, the CW is lathering up the soap with Riverdale cruising over from its old Thursday night perch to join the new Dynasty reboot. Making it all a little more self-reflecting is that Daniels has long said the original 1980s ABC series starring Joan Collins, John Forsythe and Linda Evans was an inspiration for his and Danny Strong’s Empire, so now we’ll see some root of sorts meeting the fruit.

Overall, with a 13 new shows on its roster — including Marvel’s Inhumans premiering a fantasy-themed Friday — ABC is putting the most newbies on the field. Hoping for some blasts from the past, the Disney-owned network’s additions include an American Idol reboot and a Roseanne revival – both expected in midseason. Feeling plucky and “Must See TV” for the first time in a while (though CBS is also claiming the 1990s slogan now),Comcast-owned NBC is next with eight new shows, like the Will & Grace revival, followed by six apiece for Fox and the House of Moonves. The CW has made four additions to its announced schedule.

Check out our interactive 2017-2018 primetime broadcast schedule here, followed by a look at key matchups to watch:

New series in green, returning shows in white, new times in italic.
All times ET/PT. Hover over shows to access reviews, and check back for latest.

  • MON
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • Dancing With The Stars Dancing With The Stars8 – 10pmreturning
  • The Good Doctor The Good Doctor10 – 11pmnew
  • CBS
  • The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • 9JKL (Oct. 2) 9JKL (Oct. 2)8:30 – 9pmnew
  • Kevin Can Wait Kevin Can Wait9 – 9:30pmreturning
  • Me, Myself & I Me, Myself & I9:30 – 10pmnew
  • Scorpion Scorpion10 – 11pmreturning
  • (Oct. 30) (Oct. 30)7:30 – 8pmnew
  • Kevin Can Wait Kevin Can Wait8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • 9JKL 9JKL8:30 – 9pmnew
  • Me, Myself & I Me, Myself & I9 – 9:30pmnew
  • Superior Donuts Superior Donuts9:30 – 10pmreturning
  • Scorpion Scorpion10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Lucifer Lucifer8 – 9pmreturning
  • The Gifted The Gifted9 – 10pmnew
  • NBC
  • The Voice The Voice8 – 10pmreturning
  • The Brave The Brave10 – 11pmnew
  • CW
  • Supergirl Supergirl8 – 9pmreturning
  • Valor Valor9 – 10pmnew
  • TUE
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • The Middle The Middle8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • Fresh Off The Boat Fresh Off The Boat8:30 – 9pmreturning
  • Black-ish Black-ish9 – 9:30pmreturning
  • The Mayor The Mayor9:30 – 10pmnew
  • The Gospel Of Kevin The Gospel Of Kevin10 – 11pmnew
  • CBS
  • NCIS NCIS8 – 9pmreturning
  • Bull Bull9 – 10pmreturning
  • NCIS: New Orleans NCIS: New Orleans10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Lethal Weapon Lethal Weapon8 – 9pmreturning
  • The Mick The Mick9 – 9:30pmreturning
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine9:30 – 10pmreturning
  • NBC
  • The Voice The Voice8 – 9pmreturning
  • This Is Us This Is Us9 – 10pmreturning
  • L&O True Crime: Menendez Murders L&O True Crime: Menendez Murders10 – 11pmnew

  • CW
  • The Flash The Flash8 – 9pmreturning
  • Legends Of Tomorrow Legends Of Tomorrow9 – 10pmreturning
  • WED
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • The Goldbergs The Goldbergs8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • Speechless Speechless8:30 – 9pmreturning
  • Modern Family Modern Family9 – 9:30pmreturning
  • American Housewife American Housewife9:30 – 10pmreturning
  • Designated Survivor Designated Survivor10 – 11pmreturning
  • CBS
  • Survivor Survivor8 – 9pmreturning
  • SEAL Team SEAL Team9 – 10pmnew
  • Criminal Minds Criminal Minds10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Empire Empire8 – 9pmreturning
  • Star Star9 – 10pmreturning
  • NBC
  • The Blacklist The Blacklist8 – 9pmreturning
  • Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU9 – 10pmreturning
  • Chicago P.D. Chicago P.D.10 – 11pmreturning
  • CW
  • Riverdale Riverdale8 – 9pmreturning
  • Dynasty Dynasty9 – 10pmnew
  • THUR
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • Grey’s Anatomy Grey’s Anatomy8 – 9pmreturning
  • Scandal Scandal9 – 10pmreturning
  • How To Get Away With Murder How To Get Away With Murder10 – 11pmreturning
  • CBS
  • NFL Football (Sept 28) NFL Football (Sept 28)8 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Gotham Gotham8 – 9pmreturning
  • The Orville The Orville9 – 10pmnew
  • NBC
  • Superstore Superstore8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • The Good Place The Good Place8:30 – 9pmreturning
  • Will & Grace Will & Grace9 – 9:30pmnew
  • Great News Great News9:30 – 10pmreturning
  • Chicago Fire Chicago Fire10 – 11pmreturning
  • CW
  • Supernatural Supernatural8 – 9pmreturning
  • Arrow Arrow9 – 10pmreturning
  • FRI
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • Once Upon A Time Once Upon A Time8 – 9pmreturning
  • Marvel’s Inhumans Marvel’s Inhumans9 – 10pmnew
  • 20/20 20/2010 – 11pmreturning
  • CBS
  • MacGyver MacGyver8 – 9pmreturning
  • Hawaii Five-0 Hawaii Five-09 – 10pmreturning
  • Blue Bloods Blue Bloods10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Hell’s Kitchen Hell’s Kitchen8 – 9pmreturning
  • The Exorcist The Exorcist9 – 10pmreturning
  • NBC
  • Bindspot Bindspot8 – 9pmreturning
  • Taken Taken9 – 10pmreturning
  • Dateline NBC Dateline NBC10 – 11pmreturning
  • CW
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Crazy Ex-Girlfriend8 – 9pmreturning
  • Jane The Virgin Jane The Virgin9 – 10pmreturning
  • SAT
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • Saturday Night Football Saturday Night Football8 – 11pmreturning
  • CBS
  • Crimetime Saturday Crimetime Saturday8 – 9pmreturning
  • Crimetime Saturday Crimetime Saturday9 – 10pmreturning
  • 48 Hours 48 Hours10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • Fox College Football Fox College Football7 – 10:30pmreturning
  • NBC
  • Dateline Saturday Night Mystery Dateline Saturday Night Mystery8 – 10pmreturning
  • SNL (Encores) SNL (Encores)10 – 11pmreturning
  • CW
  • SUN
  • 7:00
  • 7:30
  • 8:00
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • ABC
  • America’s Funniest Home Videos America’s Funniest Home Videos7 – 8pmreturning
  • To Tell The Truth To Tell The Truth8 – 9pmreturning
  • Shark Tank Shark Tank9 – 10pmreturning
  • Ten Days In The Valley Ten Days In The Valley10 – 11pmnew
  • CBS
  • 60 Minutes 60 Minutes7 – 8pmreturning
  • Wisdom Of The Crowd Wisdom Of The Crowd8 – 9pmnew
  • NCIS: Los Angeles NCIS: Los Angeles9 – 10pmreturning
  • Madam Secretary Madam Secretary10 – 11pmreturning
  • FOX
  • NFL on Fox NFL on Fox7 – 7:30pmreturning
  • The OT/Bob’s Burgers The OT/Bob’s Burgers7:30 – 8pmreturning
  • The Simpsons The Simpsons8 – 8:30pmreturning
  • Ghosted Ghosted8:30 – 9pmnew
  • Family Guy Family Guy9 – 9:30pmreturning
  • The Last Man On Earth The Last Man On Earth9:30 – 10pmreturning
  • NBC
  • Football Night In America (7-8:20 PM ET) Football Night In America (7-8:20 PM ET)7 – 8:30pmreturning
  • Sunday Night Football Sunday Night Football8:30 – 11pmreturning
  • CW

A mere glance at that grid makes it pretty clear that even with lateral movement like last year’s NBC breakout This Is Us moving to Thursdays to take on the final season of ABC’s Scandal, a lot of this year’s lineup will look like last season – at least in the beginning. That’s definitely the case on CBS, where despite the upfronts protests of Les Moonves, the net is sticking to its testosterone-based knitting with an almost all-male lead lineup, and Tuesdays and Fridays remain unchanged. Although stumbling in the ratings last year, there’s also the big play of pro football on the House of Moonves and NBC, which looks to have an additional sports doubleheader with the Winter Olympics from South Korea in February as well as Super Bowl LII.

COMEDY SIGALERT TUESDAY: CBS’ Kelly Kahl coined the phrase a few years back, but this year is where all the laugh lights really started flashing – which means someone will be crying when the 9 PM slot numbers get crunching. Loading up Tuesdays to be all comedy all the time, ABC has moved Kenya Barris’ Black-ish to the early weeknight for its fourth season as a lead-in to newbie rapper-turned-civic-leader The Mayor. With the dramedy Lethal Weapon kicking off the night, Fox slid The Mick into Tuesdays 9 PM for its second season to join Brooklyn Nine-Nine. With This Is Us skipping over to Thursdays, NBC has revamped the 9 PM slot with a shuffled Superstore and The Good Place now resting between The Voice and Chicago Fire. Of the Big 4, Only CBS’ Bull is breaking the sitcom schedule trend in the time period – though, the Michael Weatherly-led series has its fair share of humor, so its not that far afield.

THIS IS US VS. SCANDAL: To quote the title of a certain Daniel Day-Lewis pic, there will be blood on Thursdays. Yes, the NFL on CBS will own the night for its five-game run starting September 28, but that’s not where the really drama is. Having helped NBC clinch the 18-49 top spot for the 2016-17 September-to-May season, the Dan Fogelman-created family drama topped all broadcast and cable shows in viewers for an in-season scripted show — the first time for the net since 2004 — with its March 14 Season 1 finale. Now, while the Shonda Rhimes-created D.C. drama led by Kerry Washington has had lost some demo traction in its sixth season, which ends tonight, don’t count Scandal out going into its last year – even if it is up against Season 2 of This Is Us at 9 PM. Aiming for glory, Rhimes has promised to leave “nothing on the table” for Olivia Pope and her gladiators in Season 7. So, in a sophomore-vs.-swan song battle royal, it looks to be bare-knuckle football counterprogramming on Thursday – place your bets. And take a moment for poor Arrow, which the CW moved to the Thursday slot for its sixth season.

COMIC BOOK ERUPTION: Black Lightning will strike on the CW in midseason, but already the 2017-18 schedule is blowing up with small-screen adaptations weaving in and out of one another’s way. Part of CW boss Mark Pedowtiz and gang’s thinking of trading Arrow to Thursdays, which was the first such shift in the series’ history, was to create a soap night with Archie Comics-based Riverdale now serving up the new Dynasty on Wednesdays. But for DC Comics fans, Thursday looks sharp with Fox’s Batman backstory series Gotham now on at 8 PM, allowing them to pivot to fellow Warner Bros TV property Arrow in the 9 PM slot.

In fact, while Pedowitz has promised to never have more than four DC shows on at a time, comic fans can plan out almost a whole week of TV viewing of their own: Supergirl is back on Mondays on the CW, but now Fox has Marvel mutant show The Gifted debuting at 9 PM that night. Then there’s The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on Tuesdays, with Black Lightning likely to move in on the night midseason. Somewhere iZombie will fit in later, but in September Riverdale feeds the comic need Wednesday, and there’s that Gotham on Fox and Arrow on the CW double-shot Thursdays. Fridays brings another newbie with Marvel’s Inhumans premiering at 9 PM to face Season 2 of The Exorcist on Fox. With Inhumans, ABC is doubling down at the end of the week, with Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. set to take over the slot in early 2018.

SPINOFFS VS. SPORTS: Got to give ABC respect for deciding not to step back from competition just because NBC has the Winter Olympics running from February 10-25 next year. After the tender ratings Sochi 2014 delivered for NBC, ABC saw an inside track and this year is racing forward with The Bachelor Winter Games and Dancing with the Stars Junior. Both unscripted spinoffs will take to the track in early 2018, with Bachelor going right up against the cold weather games in PyeongChang next year. In the end, the Olympics likely will win the ratings race, but the House of Mouse-owned net’s sheer gall could have a gold medal sheen all its own.

Every TV show premiering in January

January brings with it freezing temperatures, snow, and a whole host of things that make venturing outside very unappealing. Thankfully, in the land of TV, January is also the new September, which means there are plenty series premieres, season premieres, and midseason returns to keep you inside during the cold month.

This month’s highlights include: Spike TV relaunches as Paramount Network; Black Lightning zaps onto The CW; the long-awaited second season of American Crime Story finally premieres; RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 3 returns with the only lip sync battles we care about; and many more.

Check out the complete list of premieres in January below. Please note that all times are ET and new series are marked with an asterisk.

Monday, Jan. 1

Tuesday, Jan. 2

Wednesday, Jan. 3

Thursday, Jan. 4

Friday, Jan. 5

Saturday, Jan. 6

8 p.m. — Say Yes to the Dress (TLC)
9 p.m. — The Incredible Dr. Pol (Nat Geo WILD)

Sunday, Jan. 7

Monday, Jan. 8

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Wednesday, Jan. 10

Thursday, Jan. 11

Friday, Jan. 12

Saturday, Jan. 13

6 p.m. — Snapped: Killer Couples (Oxygen)
10 p.m. — House Hunters Renovation (HGTV)
10 p.m. — The Vet Life (Animal Planet)

Sunday, Jan. 14

Monday, Jan. 15

Tuesday, Jan. 16

Wednesday, Jan. 17

Thursday, Jan. 18

Friday, Jan. 19

Saturday, Jan. 20

9 p.m. — Planet Earth: Blue Planet II (BBC America)*
9 p.m. — Say Yes: Wedding SOS (TLC)*

Sunday, Jan. 21

8 p.m. — Counterpart (Starz)*
8 p.m. — The 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TNT/TBS)
10 p.m. — The Resident (Fox)*

Monday, Jan. 22

Tuesday, Jan. 23

Wednesday, Jan. 24

Thursday, Jan. 25

8 p.m. — RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Vh1)

Friday, Jan. 26

Sunday, Jan. 28

8 p.m. — Silicon Valley: The Untold Story (Science) *
9 p.m. — Waco: Madman or Messiah (A&E)*
10 p.m. — Best in Food (Food Network)*

January 2018 TV premiere calendar: Dates and times for 117 new and returning shows

Here are premiere dates for new and returning series in January 2018. All times are ET/PT unless noted, and new shows are in italics.

The list below does not include return dates for shows that aired in the fall. Check TV by the Numbers on Twitter for daily updates on shows resuming their seasons.

Monday, Jan. 1

12:01 a.m. PT
“Lovesick” (Netflix)
“Glacé” (Netflix)

8 p.m.
“The Bachelor” (ABC)
“Evil Lives Here” (ID)

9 p.m.
“Love & Hip Hop: Miami” (VH1)
“Kids Baking Championship” (Food Network)
“Fatal Attraction” (TV One)

10 p.m.
“Ridiculous Cakes!” (Food Network)

Tuesday, Jan. 2

8 p.m.
“My Big Fat Fabulous Life” (TLC)

9 p.m.
“LA to Vegas” (FOX)
“Intervention” (A&E)
“Married at First Sight” (Lifetime)

10 p.m.
“The Challenge: Vendettas” (MTV)
“Restored by the Fords” (HGTV)
“I am Jazz” (TLC)

Wednesday, Jan. 3

8 p.m.
“The Amazing Race” (CBS)
“The X-Files” (FOX)
“Grown-ish” (Freeform)
“My 600-lb. Life” (TLC)

9 p.m.
“9-1-1” (FOX)

10 p.m.
“Match Game” (ABC)
“WAGS Atlanta” (E!)

Thursday, Jan. 4

8 p.m.
“The Four: Battle for Stardom” (FOX)

10 p.m.
“Betrayed” (ID)
“Jay Leno’s Garage” (CNBC)
“The Interrogation Room” (Discovery)
“Mega Machines” (Science)

Friday, Jan. 5

12:01 a.m. PT
“Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” (Netflix)
“Rotten” (Netflix)

8 p.m.
“Child Support” (ABC)

Saturday, Jan. 6

8 p.m.
“Say Yes to the Dress” (TLC)

10 p.m.
“Falling Water” (USA)

Sunday, Jan. 7

8 p.m. ET/5 PT
Golden Globe Awards (NBC)

8 p.m.
“Star Trek: Discovery” (CBS All Access)
“Sister Wives” (TLC)

9 p.m.
“To Rome for Love” (Bravo)

10 p.m.
“The Chi” (Showtime)
“Island Life” (HGTV)

Monday, Jan. 8

8 p.m.
“Antiques Roadshow” (PBS)

9 p.m.
“Home Town” (HGTV)

10 p.m.
“Street Outlaws: Memphis” (Discovery)

Tuesday, Jan. 9

8 p.m.
“The Fosters” (Freeform)
“America’s Next Top Model” (VH1)

9 p.m.
“The Haves and the Have Nots” (OWN)

10 p.m.
“Ink Master” (Spike)
“Undercover High” (A&E)

Wednesday, Jan. 10

8:30 p.m.
“Alone Together” (Freeform)

9 p.m.
“The Magicians” (Syfy)

10 p.m.
“If Loving You Is Wrong” (OWN)
“Rooster & Butch” (A&E)

Thursday, Jan. 11

10 p.m.
“Making a Model with Yolanda Hadid” (Lifetime)

Friday, Jan. 12

12:01 a.m. PT
“Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams” (Amazon)
“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman” (Netflix)
“Disjointed” (Netflix)
“Somebody Feed Phil” (Netflix)

9 p.m.
“Taken” (NBC)
“Mama June: From Not to Hot” (WE)

Sunday, Jan. 14

9 p.m.
“Victoria” (PBS)

10 p.m.
“Divorce” (HBO)
“Seeking Sister Wife” (TLC)

10:30 p.m.
“Crashing” (HBO)

“Hot Streets” (Adult Swim)

Monday, Jan. 15

12:01 a.m. PT
“Detectorists” (Acorn TV)

9 p.m.
“Chain of Command” (Nat Geo)

10 p.m.
“Siesta Key” (MTV)

Tuesday, Jan. 16

9 p.m.
“Black Lightning” (The CW)

10 p.m.
“The Paynes” (OWN)
“This Time Next Year” (Lifetime)

Wednesday, Jan. 17

12:01 a.m. PT
“The Path” (Hulu)

10 p.m.
“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX)
“Corporate” (Comedy Central)

Thursday, Jan. 18

12:01 a.m. PT
“Tiempos de Geurra” (Netflix)

8 p.m.
“Beyond” (Freeform)

9 p.m.
“Lip Sync Battle” (Paramount; Spike rebrands on this day)
“Flip or Flop Nashville” (HGTV)

10 p.m.
“Portlandia” (IFC)
“Black Card Revoked” (BET)

10:30 p.m.
“BET’s Mancave” (BET)

Friday, Jan. 19

12:01 a.m PT
“Grace and Frankie” (Netflix)

9 p.m.
“Real Time with Bill Maher” (HBO)

10 p.m.
“Gold Rush: White Water” (Discovery)

11 p.m.
“High Maintenance” (HBO)

11:30 p.m.
“Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack” (truTV)

Saturday, Jan. 20

9 p.m.
“Blue Planet II” (BBC America)

Sunday, Jan. 21

8 p.m.
Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS and TNT)
“Counterpart” (Starz)

10 p.m. ET/7 PT
“The Resident” (FOX; follows NFC Championship game)

Monday, Jan. 22

12:01 a.m. PT
“Dear Murderer” (Acorn TV)

8 p.m.
“Mosaic” (HBO)

9 p.m.
“The Alienist” (TNT)

10 p.m.
“Pawn Stars” (History)
“Summer House” (Bravo)
“Two Sides” (TV One)
“Murder Is Forever” (ID)

Tuesday, Jan. 23

8 p.m.
“We’ll Meet Again” (PBS)

9 p.m.
“Bizarre Foods” (Travel)

10 p.m.
“Baskets” (FX)
“Drunk History” (Comedy Central)
“The Quad” (BET)
“Bellevue” (WGN America)

10:30 p.m.
“Another Period” (Comedy Central)
“The Detour” (TBS)

Wednesday, Jan. 24

8 p.m.
“Schitt’s Creek” (Pop)

8:30 p.m.
“Let’s Get Physical” (Pop)

10 p.m.
“Waco” (Paramount)

Thursday, Jan. 25

8 p.m.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” (VH1)

Friday, Jan. 26

12:01 a.m. PT
“One Day at a Time” (Netflix)
“Dirty Money” (Netflix)

Sunday, Jan. 28

8 p.m. ET/5 PT
Grammy Awards (CBS)

Monday, Jan. 29

12:01 a.m. PT
“Girlfriends” (Acorn TV)

Tuesday, Jan. 30

12:01 a.m. PT
“Babylon Berlin” (Netflix)

Wednesday, Jan. 31

12:01 a.m. PT
“Step Up: High Water” (YouTube Red)

Renewed TV Shows 2019: Find Out Which Series Will Return for Another Season

As we begin the 2019 TV season, there are many new projects in the works but what about our favorite shows already in season? Find out which series will be renewed, across cable, premium channels, and streaming services.

Read on below and keep checking back as we get more news on renewals:


Russian Doll, Season 2

Lucifer, Season 5 (final season)

On My Block, Season 3

After Life, Season 2

The Umbrella Academy, Season 2

Alexa & Katie, Season 3

Sex Education, Season 2

Fuller House, Season 5 (final season)

She-Ra, Season 2

F Is for Family, Season 4

The Kominsky Method, Season 2

Grace and Frankie, Season 6

The Crown, Season 4

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, Season 2

You, Season 2

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Seasons 3 & 4

The Ranch, Season 4

Narcos: Mexico, Season 2

Ozark, Season 3

Ugly Delicious, Season 2

Big Mouth, Season 3

Altered Carbon, Season 2

Orange Is the New Black, through Season 7

Mindhunter, Season 2

Dead to Me, Season 2

The Society, Season 2

Trinkets, Season 2 (final season)

Mr. Iglesias, Season 2

Family Reunion, Season 2

GLOW, Season 4 (final season)

Dear White People, Season 4 (final season)

Another Life, Season 2

The Witcher, Season 2

TV Pilots 2019: All of the New Series in the Works

And other pilots coming soon.


Hanna, Season 2

Homecoming, Season 2 *without Julia Roberts*

Goliath, Season 3

Bosch, Season 6

Absentia, Season 2

Castle Rock, Season 2

Sneaky Pete, Season 3

The Tick, Season 2

Bosch, Season 5

Lore, Season 2

Jack Ryan, Season 2

The Expanse, Season 5

Carnival Row, Season 2

Modern Love, Season 2

Lord of the Rings, Season 2


Light As a Feather, Season 2

The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 3

Marvel’s The Runaways, Season 3

Future Man, Season 3 (final season)

Shrill, Season 2

Ramy, Season 2

PEN15, Season 2


Good Girls, Season 3

The Blacklist, Season 7

Superstore, Season 5

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 7

Chicago Fire, Season 8

Chicago P.D., Season 7

Chicago Med, Season 5

American Ninja Warrior, Season 8

New Amsterdam, Season 2

Days of Our Lives, Season 55

Making It, Season 2

Ellen’s Game of Games, Season 3

Manifest, Season 2

Blindspot, Season 5 (final season)

World of Dance, Season 4

America’s Got Talent: The Champions, Season 2

The Good Place, Season 4 (final season)

Songland, Season 2


black-ish, Season 6

The Conners, Season 2

Modern Family, Season 11 (finale season)

Shark Tank, Season 11

A Million Little Things, Season 2

The Good Doctor, Season 3

Bachelor in Paradise, Season 7

Wheel of Fortune, through 2022

Jeopardy!, through 2022

Grey’s Anatomy, Seasons 16 & 17

Station 19, Season 2

Dancing with the Stars, Season 28

The Bachelor, Season 24

The Rookie, Season 2

Fresh Off the Boat, Season 6

American Housewife, Season 4

Single Parents, Season 2

Bless This Mess, Season 2

The Goldbergs, Season 7

Schooled, Season 2

The Bachelorette, Season 16

PaleyFest LA 2019: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ & ‘This Is Us’ Lead the Lineup

Plus, a must-see ‘Parks and Recreation’ 10th Anniversary Reunion.


Blue Bloods, Season 10

NCIS, Season 17

NCIS: Los Angeles, Season 11

NCIS: New Orleans, Season 6

Mom, Seasons 7 & 8

God Friended Me, Season 2

Magnum P.I., Season 2

FBI, Season 2

The Neighborhood, Season 3

Dr. Phil, through 2023

The Good Fight, Season 4 (CBS All Access)

The Twilight Zone, Season 2 (CBS All Access)

Tell Me a Story, Season 2 (CBS All Access)

Strange Angel, Season 2 (CBS All Access)

Star Trek: Discovery, Season 3 (CBS All Access)

No Activity, Season 3 (CBS All Access)

Survivor, Seasons 37 and 38

Madam Secretary, Season 6

Bull, Season 4

MacGyver, Season 4

Hawaii Five-O, Season 10

SEAL Team, Season 3

S.W.A.T., Season 3

60 Minutes, Season 52

48 Hours, Season 33

Man with a Plan, Season 4

Blood & Treasure, Season 2

Love Island, Season 2

Why Women Kill, Season 2 (CBS All Access)

Star Trek: Picard, Season 2 (CBS All Access)


9-1-1, Season 3

The Resident, Season 3

Hell’s Kitchen, Seasons 19 and 20

Family Guy, Season 18

Bob’s Burgers, Season 10

The Simpsons, Season 31 & 32

So You Think You Can Dance?, Season 16

Empire, Season 6

The Orville, Season 3

Bless the Harts, Season 2


The Walking Dead, Season 10

Preacher, Season 4

Lodge 49, Season 2

The Terror, Season 2

NOS4A2, Season 2


The Magicians, Season 5

Van Helsing, Season 4

Wynonna Earp, Season 4

Killjoys, through Season 5

Canceled TV Shows 2019: Which of Your Favorite Series Are Coming to an End?

From dramas to comedies to superheroes, we’ve got you covered.


Mayans MC, Season 3

Pose, Season 3

Atlanta, Season 3

Better Things, Season 4

What We Do in the Shadows, Season 2

Archer, Season 11

Atlanta, Season 4

Snowfall, Season 4


Good Trouble, Season 2

grown-ish, Season 3

The Bold Type, Season 4


Miz & Mrs., Season 2

Suits, Season 9 (final season)

The Purge, Season 2

Chrisley Knows Best, Season 7

Temptation Island, Season 2

Queen of the South, Season 5

Paramount Network

Yellowstone, Season 2

Comedy Central

The Other Two, Season 2

Corporate, Season 3 (final season)

South Park, Seasons 24, 25 and 26


90 Day Fiance, Season 7


Hot Date, Season 2


Project Blue Book, Season 2

National Geographic

Genius: Aretha Franklin, Season 3


American Gods, Season 3

Outlander, Seasons 5 & 6

Sweetbitter, Season 2

Vida, Season 3

Which TV Stars Are Expecting in 2019? (PHOTOS)

The next generation of small screen stars is arriving soon.


Ballers, Season 5

Insecure, Season 4

Divorce, Season 3

My Brilliant Friend, Season 2

Succession, Season 2

Westworld, Season 3

Barry, Season 3

High Maintenance, Season 4

Gentleman Jack, Season 2

Euphoria, Season 2

Los Espookys, Season 2

Succession, Season 3

The Righteous Gemstones, Season 2


Black Monday, Season 2

Shameless, Season 10

Our Cartoon President, Season 2

The Chi, Season 3

Billions, Season 5

City on a Hill, Season 2

Desus & Mero, Season 2


Strike Back, Season 7 (final season)

BBC America

Killing Eve, Season 3

McMafia, Season 2

Pop TV

Schitt’s Creek, Season 6

Florida Girls, Season 2


Wild ‘N Out, Seasons 14, 15, 16


Boomerang, Season 2

American Soul, Season 2

The CW

All American, Season 2

In the Dark, Season 2

Charmed, Season 2

Roswell, New Mexico, Season 2

The 100, Season 7

The Outpost, Season 3

Hallmark Channel

Good Witch, Season 6


SpongeBob SquarePants, Season 13

TV Land

Younger, Season 7


Queen Sugar, Season 5


Claws, Season 4 (final season)


Creepshow, Season 2


The Misery Index, Season 2

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