TV PREMIERE CALENDAR


This is the permanent home of our TV premiere calendar. Bookmark this page; we’ll update it daily throughout the year. Updated July 1 (Note: Next update will be July 6)

Premiere dates for new and returning shows and specials

New () and returning shows, TV movies, miniseries, and specials (including streaming exclusives) with announced premiere dates are listed below. All times are both ET/PT unless otherwise indicated. Items available to buy or rent through digital outlets (VOD, Prime Video, iTunes, etc.) are marked with a ($).

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FRI / July 1
Accepted MOVIE TrailerDocumentary($) Rent
Attack on Finland MOVIEForeign/Action/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 The Black Hamptons NEWDramaBET+
Code Name Banshee MOVIE TrailerAction/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 Funny Girls NEWComedyCrackle
Hot Seat MOVIE TrailerAction/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 How to Screw It All Up (Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda) NEWForeign/DramaHBO Max
 Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness SPECIALDocumentaryDisney+
 Most Guys Are Losers MOVIERom-com($) Rent
The Princess MOVIE TrailerAction/Drama/ThrillerHulu
Rubikon MOVIE TrailerSci-fi($) Rent
Sniper: The White Raven MOVIE TrailerDrama($) Rent
Stranger Things TrailerDrama/HorrorNetflix
The final two episodes of season 4 stream today. But set aside some time: Episode 8 runs for 85 minutes, and the finale nears two and a half hours.
The Terminal List NEW TrailerDramaPrime Video
An eight-episode adaptation of Jack Carr’s best-selling novel, The Terminal Liststars Chris Pratt as Navy SEAL James Reece, who survives an ambush during a covert mission only to return home and discover that the danger isn’t over, as he may be caught in a conspiracy. Directed by Antoine Fuqua, the series also stars Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Riley Keough, and Jai Courtney. All eight episodes stream today.
SAT / July 2
 Jailbreak Lovers MOVIEDramaLifetime, 8p
SUN / July 3
 The Art of Incarceration MOVIE TrailerDocumentaryNetflix
 Evil Lives HereRealityID, 10p
No, it’s not about an Arby’s. (Don’t you miss living in a time when everything could just be an Arby’s joke?)
 Ukraine: Answering the Call SPECIALSpecialNBC 7p
We Hunt Together TrailerDramaShowtime 7:30p
Rescheduled from June 26. Two episodes of the BBC-produced crime drama air back-to-back tonight. All six episodes of S2 will also be available to stream at once beginning Friday 7/1.
MON / July 4
 America the Beautiful NEW TrailerDocumentary/NatureDIsney+
 CMT Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th SPECIALMusic/Live eventCMT, 10p
 Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular SPECIALSpecialNBC 8p
Pro shopping tip: Macy’s always marks down their Fireworks Spectacular on July 5th.
TUE / July 5
 11th Hour Cleaning MOVIE TrailerHorror($) Rent/Buy
18 1/2 MOVIE TrailerComedy/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 America Outdoors With Baratunde Thurston NEWRealityPBS 9p
 The Great Muslim American Road Trip NEW TrailerRealityPBS 10p
H.P. Lovecraft’s Witch House MOVIEHorror($) Rent/Buy
 Stay Prayed Up MOVIE TrailerDocumentary($) Rent/Buy
WED / July 6
 American DetectiveRealityID, 10p
 Big BrotherReality competitionCBS 8p
 Carpathian Predators MINISERIESDocumentary/NatureSmithsonian, 8p
The Challenge: USA NEW TrailerReality competitionCBS 9:30p
It’s just like MTV’s The Challenge, but with contestants from past CBS reality shows (including The Amazing Race, Survivor, and Love Island). Subsequent episodes will air Wednesdays at 9p.
 Control ZForeign/DramaNetflix
 Crank YankersComedyComedy Central 8p
 Expedition With Steve BackshallRealityPBS 10p
Girl in the Picture MOVIEDocumentaryNetflix
 The Green Planet NEW TrailerDocumentary/NaturePBS 8p
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between MOVIE TrailerRom-com/DramaNetflix
 King of Stonks NEWForeign/Drama/ComedyNetflix
Maggie NEW TrailerComedyHulu
Rebecca Rittenhouse stars as a psychic who gets a surprising glimpse of her own future relationship in a rom-com sitcom originally ordered by ABC last year but now shifted to Hulu, where all 13 episodes will be available to stream today.
 Married at First SightRealityLifetime, 8p
 Married at First Sight: AfterpartyTalkLifetime, 11p
 The Murder TapesRealityID, 9p
 Mysteries DecodedRealityCW 8p
 Road Wars NEWRealityA&E, 10:30p
 Uncle From Another World NEW TrailerAnimeNetflix
THU / July 7
 Fatal Flaw NEWRealityABC 10p
Generation Gap NEWGame showABC 9p
Kelly Ripa hosts a new quiz show featuring teams pairing grandparents with grandchildren.
 Good TroubleDramaFreeform, 10p
 Karma’s World TrailerAnimation/FamilyNetflix
Moonhaven NEW TrailerDrama/Sci-fiAMC+
Rescheduled from June 30. This six-episode streaming series (which will also air on cable’s AMC at some point) is set 100 years from now in a utopian lunar colony that may hold the key to the survival of life on Earth. Moonhaven comes from Lodge 49 writer/producer Peter Ocko and stars Dominic Monaghan, Joe Manganiello, and Emma McDonald, while the opening episodes are directed by the team of Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy (Blow the Man Down).
 On the 3rd Day MOVIE TrailerHorrorShudder
 Press Your LuckGame showABC 8p
 Visitors NEWForeign/Sci-fiHBO Max
FRI / July 8
 Beach Cottage Chronicles NEWRealitydiscovery+ (Magnolia)
Black Bird MINISERIES TrailerDramaApple TV+
Adapted by novelist/screenwriter Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) from the prison memoir In With the Devil by James Keene and Hillel Levin, this six-episode psychological thriller stars Taron Edgerton as a convicted drug dealer who is given an unusual option to avoid a 10-year prison sentence: He can enter a maximum security prison for the criminally insane, befriend an alleged serial killer (Paul Walter Hauser), and solicit a confession. Greg Kinnear, Sepideh Moafi, and the late Ray Liotta (in what will now be final TV role) also star. Two episodes stream today followed by weekly single-episode installments.
 Boo, Bitch MINISERIES TrailerComedyNetflix
 CapitaniForeign/DramaNetflix
 Conjuring Kesha NEW TrailerRealitydiscovery+
Dangerous Liaisons MOVIE TrailerForeign/DramaNetflix
Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel MOVIE TrailerDocumentary($) Rent
 Duck & Goose NEW TrailerAnimation/FamilyApple TV+
 Fair Play MOVIEDocumentary($) Rent
 How to Build a Sex Room NEW TrailerRealityNetflix
Well, now you know.
 Incantation MOVIEForeign/Horror/Comedy Netflix
 Jewel MOVIEDramaNetflix
 The Longest Night NEW TrailerForeign/DramaNetflix
 Modern Love: Hyderabad NEW TrailerForeign/Drama/AnthologyPrime Video
Moon, 66 Questions MOVIEForeign/Drama($) Rent/Buy
 My Lottery Dream HomeRealityHGTV, 9p
 Ranveer vs Wild with Bear Grylls SPECIAL TrailerInteractive/RealityNetflix
 The Road to Galena MOVIE TrailerDrama($) Rent
The Sea Beast MOVIE TrailerAnimation/FamilyNetflix
Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, and Dan Stevens are among the stars providing voices for this nautical animated family adventure from Big Hero 6 director Chris Williams.
Trigger Point NEW TrailerDramaPeacock
Vicky McClure and Adrian Lester star in a six-episode British drama series about bomb disposal experts dealing with a terrorist threat in London.
 Warriors on the Field NEWReality/SportsPrime Video
 The Wonderful Summer of Mickey Mouse SPECIAL TrailerAnimation/FamilyDisney+
 The Wrong Nemesis MOVIEDramaLMN, 8p
SAT / July 9
Flowers in the Attic: The Origin MINISERIES TrailerDramaLifetime, 8p
This four-part limited series (airing weekly) serves as a prequel to the V.C. Andrews book series. Jemima Rooper, Max Irons, Harry Hamlin, Kelsey Grammer, Paul Wesley, and Kate Mulgrew star.
 History of the World MINISERIESDocumentarySmithsonian, 8p
 Living With a Serial KillerRealityOxygen, 9p
 My Grown-Up Christmas List MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
 Say Yes to the DressRealityTLC, 8p
 Steal This House NEWRealityHGTV, 9p
SUN / July 10
 The $100,000 PyramidGame showABC 10p
 The Anarchists MINISERIESDocumentaryHBO 10p
This six-part docuseries spends six years following a group of anarchy-promoting activists who gather each year for a (presumably rule-free) conference in Acapulco.
 Backyard Bull Sharks SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 11p
How do two different cable networks produce multiple weeks of new shark-related programming every year? Science has yet to find an answer.
 Biography: WWE LegendsRealityA&E, 8p
 Bon Jovi: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 10p ET
 Bridge and Tunnel TrailerComedy/DramaEpix, tbd
 Camo Sharks SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
 Celebrity Family FeudGame showABC 8p
 COBRADramaPBS 10p
 Def Leppard: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 8p ET
 DOA at the PTA MOVIEDramaLifetime, 8p
The Final Straw NEW TrailerGame showABC 9p
Imagine a human-sized Jenga tower composed of everyday objects rather than wood blocks. Now imagine that someone made a game show about it.
 Grantchester TrailerDramaPBS 9p
 How Did They Build That?RealitySmithsonian, 8p
 JohnsonComedyBounce, 8p
 Love on Fire MOVIEDramaUP, 7p
 Married to MedicineRealityBravo, 9p
 Mighty Cruise ShipsRealitySmithsonian, 9p
 Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World MINISERIESRealityCNN, 9p
SkyMed NEWDramaParamount+
All nine episodes of the Canadian medical drama about an air ambulance service in remote northern Canada stream today. (Don’t expect an American remake, because all the episodes would have to be about patients declaring bankruptcy after being unable to pay for the air ambulance service.)
 Supreme Team MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryShowtime 10p
Tuca & Bertie TrailerAnimation/ComedyAdult Swim, midnight
Episodes will also stream the following day on HBO Max. Season 3 guests include Maria Bamford, Nicole Byer, Paget Brewster, Paul F. Tompkins, Randall Park, Cole Escola, Margaret Cho, Justina Machado, and Matthew Rhys.
 United Shades of America With W. Kamau Bell TrailerRealityCNN, 10p
 Who Do You Think You Are?RealityNBC 7p
The series returns to NBC for new episodes after its recent seasons aired on TLC.
 Women Who Rock MINISERIES TrailerDocumentary/MusicEpix, 9p
 WWE Rivals NEWTalkA&E, 10p
 WWE Smack Talk NEWTalk (smack-related)A&E, 11p
MON / July 11
 The BacheloretteReality competitionABC 8p
 BBQ USA NEWReality competitionFood, 9p
 Below Deck MediterraneanRealityBravo, 8p
Better Call Saul TrailerDramaAMC 9p
The second half of the drama’s final season begins tonight. Expect guest appearances (at some point during the final six episodes) from Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Carol Burnett.
Chad TrailerComedyTBS, 10p
Claim to Fame NEWReality competitionABC 10p
Two Jonas Brothers (Nick and Frankie) host a new Big Brother-style competition series where the contestants are all siblings of celebrities.
 Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem TrailerDramaPeacock
 For Jojo MOVIEForeign/DramaNetflix
 Game of Sharks SPECIALRealityESPN, 9p ET
 Great White vs. Tiger Shark SPECIALRealityESPN, 10p ET
 Maui Shark Mystery SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
 Modern MarvelsRealityHistory, 8p
 POVAnthology/DocumentaryPBS 10p
The PBS documentary film spotlight returns for its 35th season with titles including Wuhan Wuhan (airing tonight), Faya Dayi, and President.
 Sharks vs. The World SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 7p
 Sky Sharks SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 9p
 Team Zenko GoAnimation/FamilyNetflix
 Valley of the Dead (Malnazidos) MOVIEForeign/Drama/ActionNetflix
 When Sharks Attack MINISERIESRealityNat Geo, 8p
TUE / July 12
 Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks SPECIALComedy specialNetflix
 The Bloody Man MOVIE TrailerHorror($) Rent/Buy
 Counting Jaws SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 9p
 Edge of the Earth MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryHBO 9p
 Glasshouse MOVIE TrailerDrama/Sci-fi/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 Good BonesRealityHGTV, 9p
How to Change Your MInd MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryNetflix
Author Michael Pollan hosts a four-part adaptation of his nonfiction book of the same name examining the history and future potential of four mind-altering substances: LSD, MDMA, mescaline, and psilocybin. Alison Ellwood (The Go-Go’s) and Lucy Walker (Bring Your Own Brigade) share directing duties, while producers include Alex Gibney.
 Icons Unearthed NEWRealityVice, 10p
 Kitchen CrashReality competitionFood, 10p
 My Daughter’s Killer MOVIEDocumentaryNetflix
 Neon Lights MOVIE TrailerThriller($) Rent/Buy
 The Only MOVIE TrailerDocumentary/SportsParamount+
 Parking Lot Payday NEW TrailerGame showAXS, 8p ET
 Shark Superpower SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
 The Silent Party MOVIE TrailerForeign/Horror/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 Take the Night MOVIE TrailerThriller($) Rent/Buy
What We Do in the Shadows TrailerComedyFX 10p
Season 4 of the fan- (and critic-) favorite vampire comedy kicks off with back-to-back new episodes tonight on FX (and tomorrow on Hulu). Picking up after last season’s finale—yes, Colin Robinson is still a baby, and Laszlo takes it upon himself to raise him—the new episodes will find the vampires forced to do a bit of home renovation as their Staten Island mansion falls into disrepair, while other storylines include Nadja pursuing her dream of opening a vampire nightclub. The series was recently renewed for two additional seasons.
WED / July 13
 Baby Sharks SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
Might there be a particular song stuck in your head now?
 Big TimberRealityNetflix
 D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryNetflix
 Dr. Pimple PopperRealityTLC, 9p
Everything’s Trash NEW TrailerComedyFreeform, 10p
Comedian/author/podcaster Phoebe Robinson heads the cast of a new comedy series (which she also created, loosely adapted from her similarly titled book) that finds her playing a broke, Brooklyn-based podcaster who is forced to clean up her life when her more successful older brother seeks elected office. Two new episodes air back-to-back tonight, and subesequent episodes will air Wednesdays at 10:30p.
 Five Guys a Week NEWRealityLifetime, 10p
Before you ask: It’s not about hamburgers.
 Hurts Like Hell NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
 Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres MOVIEDocumentaryNetflix
 Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue NEWRealityHGTV, 8p
 Shark Queens SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 9p
 Sintonia TrailerForeign/DramaNetflix
Solar Opposites TrailerAnimation/ComedyHulu
 South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 MOVIE TrailerAnimation/ComedyParamount+
 Under the Amalfi Sun MOVIEForeign/Rom-comNetflix
THU / July 14
 101 Places to Party Before You Die NEW TravelRealitytruTV, 10:30p
Comedians Adam Pally and Jon Gabrus take weekend vacations to American party destinations—a nice gig if you can get it—in this comedic travel series.
 All the Queen’s MenDramaBET+
 Croc That Ate Jaws Enhanced SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 7p
 FBoy Island TrailerRealityHBO Max
 Good Madam MOVIE TrailerHorrorShudder
 Hart to HeartTalkPeacock
 Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight NEW TrailerAnimation/FamilyNetflix
Jack Black returns to voice Po in this series spinoff from the DreamWorks Animation film franchise.
Resident Evil NEW TrailerDrama/Sci-fi/HorrorNetflix
The oft-adapted videogame series—already the source for seven live-action (and mostly terrible) movies as well as an animated Netflix series—is now a live-action TV series set in the year 2036, or 14 years after a deadly virus triggered an apocalypse. Lance Reddick heads the cast. All eight episodes stream today.
 Shark Side of the Moon SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 9p
 Sharks That Eat Everything SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
 That Girl Lay LayComedyNickelodeon, 7p
 Top Gear TrailerRealityBBC America, 10p
 Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons MINISERIESDocumentaryHulu
 Vote for JuanForeign/ComedyHBO Max
FRI / July 15
 Alba NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
American Carnage MOVIE TrailerComedy/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 CMT Campfire SessionsMusicCMT, 10p
 Country Queen NEW TrailerForeign/DramaNetflix
Don’t Make Me Go MOVIE TrailerDramaPrime Video
John Cho plays a father with a terminal illness who decides to use the time he has left to bond with his teenage daughter (Mia Isaac) on a cross-country driving trip in this drama from director Hannah Marks (Mark, Mary & Some Other People).
Farzar NEW TrailerAnimation/ComedyNetflix
Looking a bit like an (even more) R-rated version of Rick and Morty, Netflix’s animated sci-fi comedy comes from the team behind Paradise PD and Brickleberry and features the voices of Lance Reddick, Dana Snyder, Jerry Minor, Kari Wahlgren, and David Kaye.
 Forever Summer: Hamptons NEW TrailerRealityPrime Video
 Gateway MOVIE TrailerHorror/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 James May: Our Man in Italy NEW TrailerRealityPrime Video
 Karmalink MOVIE TrailerForeign/Sci-fi($) Rent/Buy
Love Accidentally MOVIE TrailerRom-comFreevee
 Love Goals (Jaadugar) MOVIEForeign/Drama/ComedyNetflix
 Mom, Don’t Do That! NEW TrailerForeign/Drama/ComedyNetflix
Persuasion MOVIE TrailerDramaNetflix
Dakota Johnson heads the cast of Carrie Cracknell’s film version of Jane Austen’s novel.
 The Rehearsal NEWComedyHBO 11p
Little noticed when it first debuted but quickly the recipient of massive critical acclaim, Nathan Fielder’s Comedy Central series Nathan for You is one of the most remarkable comedy shows of the past decade (if not all time). After it ended its four-season run (with an all-time great finale) in 2017, Fielder went on to produce another acclaimed, sui generis TV experiment: HBO’s How to With John Wilson. Now he returns with his own new six-episode HBO series—one that should appeal to fans of both of those prior shows. Once again, Fielder works with ordinary people to improve their lives. But while the subjects in his prior show were entrepreneurs, the new series goes beyond business; instead, Fielder utilizes a team of actors and crewpeople to help people rehearse an upcoming major life moment by building a simulation of reality.
 Remarriage & Desires NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
 The Royals MOVIEDrama/Sports($) Rent/Buy
She Will MOVIE TrailerHorror/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 The Wrong Murder MOVIEDramaLMN, 8p
 Wrong Place MOVIE TrailerAction/Thriller($) Rent/Buy
 Zombies 3 MOVIE TrailerMusicalDIsney+
SAT / July 16
 Campfire Christmas MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
 Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth SPECIAL TrailerComedy specialHBO 10p
 Planet Shark MINISERIESRealityNat Geo, 8p
SUN / July 17
 Blood & TreasureDramaParamount+
The series, which first aired in 2019, moves from CBS to Paramount+ for its long-delayed second season. Two episodes stream today.
 Colosseum MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryHistory, 9p
If the Roman Empire was such a great civilization, why did they never sell naming rights to their most prestigious venue? This eight-part series, fortunately, does not explore that issue, but it does trace the rise and fall of the Roman Empire through the lens of its fabled Colosseum.
 History’s Crazy Rich Ancients NEW TrailerRealityHistory, 10p
 Jaws vs. Boats SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 8p
 Lies My Sister Told Me MOVIEDramaLifetime, 8p
 Love, Fasion, Repeat MOVIEDramaUP, 7p
 Motley Crüe: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 8p ET
 Poison: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 10p ET
MON / July 18
 The Captain MINISERIES TrailerDocumentary/SportsESPN, tbd
Derek Jeter is the subject of an ESPN docuseries.
 Caught in the Act: Unfaithful NEW TrailerRealityVH1, 9p
Rescheduled (and retitled) from May.
 Live Is Life MOVIEForeign/Comedy/DramaNetflix
 My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-AlongFamilyNetflix
The Other OneComedyAcorn TV
 Phrogging: Hider in My House NEWRealityLifetime, 10p
 Shark Attack Files MINISERIESRealityNat Geo, 8p
 StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, SingFamilyNetflix
 The Submarine Killers: Confessions of a Murderer SPECIALRealitydiscovery+
 The TikTok Man: Catching a Predator SPECIALRealitydiscovery+
 Too Old for Fairy Tales MOVIEForeign/Family/DramaNetflix
 World’s Biggest Hammerhead? SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
TUE / July 19
 Aftershock MOVIE TrailerDocumentaryHulu
 David A. Arnold: It Ain’t for the Weak SPECIALComedy specialNetflix
 The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean’s “American Pie” MOVIE TrailerDocumentary/MusicParamount+
The 94-minute documentary from director Mark Moormann is only half as long as the song it is about.
 Jaws Invasion SPECIALRealityNat Geo, 10p
 Love Island TrailerRealityPeacock
The American version of the reality series moves from CBS to Peacock for its fourth season. Expect a steamier version of the show—and one more like the UK version—as well as a new host, Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland.
THU / July 20
 The 2022 ESPYs SPECIALLive event/SportsABC 8p
 Bad Exorcist NEWForeign/Animation/ComedyNetflix
 grown-ishComedyFreeform
 Indian Predator: The Butcher Of Delhi MINISERIES TrailerForeign/RealityNetflix
 Siempre Fui Yo (It Was Always Me) NEWForeign/DramaDisney+
 Tudo Igual… Só Que Não NEWForeign/Drama/ComedyDisney+
 Virgin RiverDramaNetflix
THU / July 21
 Almost Fly NEWForeign/Comedy/DramaHBO Max
American Horror Stories TrailerHorror/AnthologyHulu
 Ghost in the House of Truth MOVIEDramaBET+
 Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous TrailerAnimation/FamilyNetflix
The Last Movie Stars MINISERIES TrailerDocumentaryHBO Max
Ethan Hawke directs a six-part look at legendary Hollywood couple Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. The full series streams today.
Moloch MOVIE TrailerHorrorShudder
 Pacto Brutal – O Assassinato de Daniella Perez MINISERIESForeign/DocumentaryHBO Max
Rap Sh!t NEW TrailerComedyHBO Max
The latest comedy series from Insecure‘s Issa Rae follows two one-time high school friends (played by Aida Osman and KaMillion) from Miami who reunite to form a hip hop group. RJ Cyler, Jonica Booth, Devon Terrell, and Jaboukie Young-White also star. The real-life hip-hop duo of Yung Miami and JT (aka City Girls) also serve as producers on the eight-episode series, which streams two episodes today followed by one per week.
Showtrial NEWDramaSundance Now
This Is GWAR MOVIE TrailerDocumentary/MusicShudder
FRI / July 22
Alone Together MOVIE TrailerDrama($) Rent/Buy
Anything’s Possible MOVIE TrailerDramaPrime Video
Billy Porter makes their feature directorial debut with this trans coming-of age romance that will be exclusive to Prime Video.
 Best Foot Forward NEWFamilyApple TV+
 Blown Away TrailerReality competitionNetflix
 Bundles MOVIEThirller($) Rent/Buy
 The Enormity of Life MOVIEDrama/Comedy($) Rent/Buy
The Gray Man MOVIE TrailerAction/ThrillerNetflix
Arriving on Netflix a week after it opens in theaters—as the streamer’s most expensive movie to date thanks to its $200-million-plus budget—this spy thriller co-written and directed by the Russo brothers is adapted from Mark Greaney’s book series. Ryan Gosling stars as Court Gentry, the CIA’s top agent, who becomes the target of a global manhunt led by a former colleague (Chris Evans) after Gentry uncovers signs of a conspiracy within the agency. Ana de Armas, Wagner Moura, Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, and Regé-Jean Page also star.
 On Patrol: LiveRealityReelz, 9p
 Secret Celebrity RenovationRealityCBS 8p
 Trying TrailerComedyApple TV+
 The Wrong Marriage MOVIEDramaLMN, 8p
SAT / July 23
 Black LoveRealityOWN, 10p
 Christmas in Toyland MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
SUN / July 24
 90 Day Fiance: UK NEWRealitydiscovery+
 Hider in My House MOVIEDramaLifetime, 8p
 KISS: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 8p ET
 Judas Priest: Story of Their Songs SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 10p ET
 Love on Trend MOVIEDramaUP, 7p
 Ugliest House in America: Ugly in ParadiseRealityHGTV, 8p
MON / July 25
 Gabby’s DollhouseAnimation/FamilyNetflix
 Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The ChallengeRealityNat Geo, 9p
TUE / July 26
 Blackwood MOVIE TrailerWestern($) Rent/Buy
 Di4ries NEW TrailerForeign/FamilyNetflix
 Man of God MOVIEDrama($) Rent/Buy
 MH370: Mystery of the Lost Flight SPECIALRealityHistory, 8p
 Never Seen AgainRealityParamount+
 One Moment MOVIEDrama/Comedy($) Rent/Buy
 Santa Evita MINISERIESForeign/DramaHulu
 Street Food: USA NEWRealityNetflix
WED / July 27
 Car Masters: Rust to RichesRealityNetflix
 Dream Home MakeoverRealityNetflix
 High School Musical: The Musical: The Series The trailerComedy/DramaDisney+
 Light & Magic MINISERIESDocumentaryDisney+
This six-part docuseries from filmmaker Lawrence Kasdan examines the legendary special effects studio Industrial Light & Magic.
 The Most Hated Man on the Internet MINISERIESRealityNetflix
 Pipa MOVIEForeign/DramaNetflix
 RebeldeForeign/Drama/MusicNetflix
 Recurrence MOVIEForeign/ThrillerNetflix
 We Met in Virtual Reality MOVIEDocumentaryHBO 9p
THU / July 28
 Another Self NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
 A Cut Above MOVIEForeignNetflix
 The Family BusinessDramaBET+
Harley Quinn TrailerAnimation/ComedyHBO Max
House Party MOVIEComedyHBO Max
Music video director Charles Kidd II (aka Calmatic) directs a LeBron James-produced remake of the 1990 Kid ‘n Play comedy.
 Keep Breathing MINISERIES TrailerDramaNetflix
 Love MonsterAnimation/FamilyHBO Max
 Made From ScratchRealityFuse, 10p
 Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next GenerationAnimation/FamilyNetflix
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin NEW TrailerDramaHBO Max
This streaming-only reboot of the Freeform hit series Pretty Little Liars is set in the present day, in a different town, with a different set of characters, and comes from a different creator (Riverdale‘s Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, along with Lindsay Calhoon Bring). In other words, it doesn’t share much with the original series other than a title, though it is ostensibly set within the same universe. Three episodes stream today, followed by two next Thursday and the concluding three on August 18.
 The Resort NEW TrailerComedy/DramaPeacock
Is this Peacock’s answer to The White Lotus? Created by Palm Springs and Lodge 49 writer Andy Siara, darkly comedic thriller The Resort follows a not entirely happy married couple on an anniversary trip to the Yucatan, where they find themselves caught up in a bizarre unsolved mystery that occurred 15 years earlier. William Jackson Harper, Cristin Milioti, Nick Offerman, and Skyler Gisondo star, while High Maintenance star and co-creator Ben Sinclair not only guest stars but directs four episodes and produces (alongside other producers including Mr. Robot‘s Sam Esmail). The first three (of eight) half-hour episodes stream today.
FRI / July 29
 Alone Together MOVIEDrama($) Rent
 Amber Brown NEWFamilyApple TV+
 A Balance MOVIE TrailerForeign/DramaFilm Movement+
 The Beauty Queen of JerusalemForeign/DramaNetflix
 Belle Collective TrailerRealityOWN, 9p
 Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time NEWAnimeNetflix
 The Entitled MOVIEForeign/Rom-comNetflix
 Fanático NEW TrailerForeign/DramaNetflix
 Honor Society MOVIE TrailerFamily/ComedyParamount+
 Life After LockupRealityWE, 9p
Not Okay MOVIE TrailerDrama/ComedyHulu
 NYC Point Gods MOVIEDocumentary/SportsShowtime 9p
Paper Girls NEW TrailerDrama/Sci-fiPrime Video
Is this the next Stranger Things? Probably not, but you never know. Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet, Sofia Rosinsky, and Fina Strazza star in an adaptation of the comics by Brian K. Vaughan. Set in 1988 (at least to start), the coming-of-age sci-fi adventure follows four newspaper delivery girls who head out on their routes one fall morning but accidentally find themselves caught in a battle between warring time travelers—one that throws them into the future, where (when?) they must save the world and find a way back home. Halt and Catch Fire co-creator Christopher C. Rogers is the showrunner, and additional cast members include Ali Wong and Nate Corddry. All eight episodes stream today.
Purple Hearts MOVIEDramaNetflix
 Ready to LoveRealityOWN, 8p
 Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series NEWDrama/FamilyNetflix
 The Reef: Stalked MOVIE TrailerHorrorShudder (also VOD)
 Super Sized Salon NEWRealityWE, 10:30p
Surface NEW TrailerDramaApple TV+
Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars in an eight-episode psychological thriller created by Veronica West (Dexter, High Fidelity). She plays Sophie, a woman recovering from major memory loss and a traumatic head injury which she is told was caused by a suicide attempt, though she has no memory of the event or the circumstances leading up to it. But as she begins to put her life back together, she begins to wonder if everything she is being told about her past life is true. Stephan James, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ari Graynor, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and Millie Brady also star, while Sam Miller (I May Destroy You) directs half the series. Three episodes stream today followed by weekly single-episode installments.
Uncoupled NEW TrailerComedyNetflix
Neil Patrick Harris stars as a 40-something New Yorker whose seemingly perfect life comes to an end when his husband of 17 years abruptly leaves him in a new comedy series from Darren Star (Emily in Paris, Sex and the City) and Jeffrey Richman (Frasier, Modern Family).
 The Wrong Inside Man MOVIEDramaLMN, 8p
SAT / July 30
 Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Ghost Island TrailerDramaNickelodeon, 7p
SUN / July 31
 Alex vs. AmericaReality competitionFood, 9p
 City on a Hill TrailerDramaShowtime 10p
Rescheduled from July 10.
 Lies Between Friends MOVIEDramaLifetime, 8p
 Sweet as Pie MOVIEDramaUP, 7p
 Vice TrailerNewsmagazineShowtime 8p
 Wynonna Judd: Love Is Alive SPECIALReality/MusicReelz, 9p ET

August premieres

MON / August 1
 Flip to a Million NEWRealityHGTV, 9p
Industry TrailerDramaHBO 9p
The drama following a group of young investment bankers at a prestigious London firm returns for its second season nearly two years after the series first debuted. New cast members include Jay Duplass and Adam Levy.
 Inside OutRealityHGTV, 8p
 Snake in the Grass NEW TrailerReality competitionUSA, 11p
WED / August 3
 CMA Fest SPECIALMusicABC 8p
Reservation DogsComedyHulu
No longer an under-the-radar surprise, the FX-produced comedy with an all-Indigenous cast (and writing/directing staff) returns for its second season as one of TV’s best shows, thanks to widespread acclaim for last year’s debut run. Two episodes stream today followed by weekly installments.
THU / August 4
 All or Nothing: Arsenal TrailerReality/SportsPrime Video
 Kakegurui Twin NEW TrailerAnimeNetflix
 Super Giant Robot Brothers NEW TrailerAnimation/FamilyNetflix
FRI / August 5
 Killer CampDramaCW 8p
 LEGO Star Wars: Summer Vacation SPECIAL TrailerAnimation/FamilyDisney+
Luck MOVIE TrailerAnimation/FamilyApple TV+
The delayed debut feature from Skydance Animation, whose animatation head is controversial former Pixar leader John Lasseter, arrives on Apple’s streaming platform today after originally targeting a February release. Eva Noblezada, Simon Pegg, Jane Fonda, Whoopi Goldberg, Flula Borg, and Lil Rel Howery head the voice cast.
The OutlawsComedyPrime Video
 Prey MOVIE TrailerHorror/Sci-fi/ThrillerHulu
Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane) directs this streaming-only prequel to the Predator film franchise that is set in the Comanche Nation in the early 18th century. Amber Midthunder heads the cast.
Resurrection MOVIE TrailerHorror/Thriller($) Rent
Writer-director Andrew Semans’ first feature since 2012’s Nancy, Please is a psychological thriller starring Rebecca Hall as a single mother to a college-bound daughter (Grace Kaufman) whose orderly life is upended when a man (Tim Roth) from her past returns. Critics admired the performances a bit more than the film itself (though that, too, earned positive reviews) when Resurrection debuted at Sundance early this year.
 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie MOVIEAnimation/FamilyNetflix
 The Sandman NEW TrailerDrama/Fantasy/HorrorNetflix
A film adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s best-known work was in development for decades but never came to fruition. But fans of the DC Comics series will finally get to see The Sandman on screen in the form of this Netflix series developed by Gaiman alongside David S. Goyer and Allan Heinberg. Tom Sturridge stars as Morpheus, who attempts to restore his rule (in the present day, rather than the original story’s 1980s setting) following a century of captivity, while Gwendoline Christie plays Lucifer and Vivienne Acheampong plays the librarian Lucienne, a gender-swapped take on the comics’ Lucien. Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Patton Oswalt, Mark Hamill, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, David Thewlis, Joely Richardson, Stephen Fry, and Jenna Coleman are just some of the other names in the sprawling cast. Ten episodes—which vary wildly in tone and genre from episode to episode, by design—stream today.
 The Snoopy ShowAnimation/FamilyApple TV+
They/Them MOVIE TrailerHorrorPeacock
The directorial debut for veteran screenwriter John Logan (Skyfall, Hugo) is a Blumhouse-produced slasher film set at an LGBTQIA conversion camp, where the campers must work together to save themselves from both the camp director’s unsettling methods and a killer. Kevin Bacon, Anna Chlumsky, and Carrie Preston star.
Thirteen Lives MOVIE TrailerDrama/ThrillerPrime Video
Ron Howard directs a fictionalized depiction of the dramatic rescue of members of a boys soccer team (and their coach) from a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018—an event also chronicled in the recent documentary The Rescue. The new film stars Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, and Joel Edgerton, and it has experienced a few hiccups on its way to reaching audiences, though not for the usual reasons. The MGM/UA-produced film actually scored so highly in test screenings that the distributor opted to cancel its planned April release and hold it for awards season. But Thirteen Lives became an Amazon property after the one-time bookstore acquired MGM, and Amazon wanted the film out sooner. (Or maybe its algorithm did.) So here it is on Prime Video following a one-week-only, awards-qualifying theatrical run.
SAT / August 6
 Love in the Limelight MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
SUN / August 7
 Big Sky River MOVIEDramaHMM, 9p
 Menendez Brothers: Misjudged? SPECIALRealityID, 9p
My Life as a Rolling Stone MINISERIESDocumentary/MusicEpix, tbd
TUE / August 9
 Big Bad Budget Battle NEWReality competitionFood, 10p
 Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Detroit LionsSports/RealityHBO 10p
 My Big Fat Fabulous LifeRealityTLC, 10p
 Password NEW TrailerGame showNBC 10p
The password is: Reboot. Keke Palmer hosts a revival of the classic game show.
WED / August 10
 I Am Groot NEWAnimation/AnthologyDisney+
The Vin Diesel-voiced Baby Groot takes center stage in this collection of five animated shorts revolving around the fan-favorite Guardians of the Galaxy character. All five shorts stream today.
 Instant Dream Home NEWRealityNetflix
Locke & Key TrailerDrama/Horror/FantasyNetflix
THU / August 11
 Bump NEWComedy/DramaCW 8p
Two episodes of the Australian dramedy about a 17-year-old student who discovers that she’s pregnant air back-to-back tonight.
 DOTA: Dragon’s BloodAnimation/FantasyNetflix
 It’s CompliPlated NEWRealityFood, 10p
It’s also hard to say!
 The Ms. Pat ShowComedyBET+
 Trolls: TrollsTopiaAnimation/FamilyHulu
 Why Not Us: Southern DanceRealityESPN+
FRI / August 12
13: The Musical MOVIEFamily/MusicalNetflix
 Children of the Underground MINISERIESDocumentaryFX 8p
FX’s five-part docuseries profiles controversial vigilante Faye Yager, who aimed to shield women and children from abusive husbands/fathers until she became the subject of an FBI investigation and trial. All five episodes air back-to-back tonight (and stream tomorrow on Hulu).
 CMT Summer Camp: Little Big Town SPECIALMusicCMT, 9p
Day Shift MOVIE TrailerAction/ComedyNetflix
Jamie Foxx stars as a blue-collar dad who uses a job as a pool cleaner as a cover for his real profession—vampire hunter—in a Netflix comedy that also features Dave Franco and Meagan Good.
 Five Days at Memorial MINISERIES TrailerDramaApple TV+
Writer/producers/directors John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Carlton Cuse (Lost) team for an eight-episode adaptation of the nonfiction book by Sheri Fink that is set in a New Orleans hospital in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. It’s a time when the facility is without power amid suffocating heat and staff members are forced to ration care, ultimately leaving dozens of patients dead—and several doctors and nurses facing criminal charges. Vera Farmiga, Cornelius Smith Jr., Cherry Jones, Adepero Oduye, Robert Pine, W. Earl Brown, and Julie Ann Emery star. Episodes will stream weekly, but you’ll get to see the first three today.
 Free Puppies! MOVIE TrailerDocumentary($) Virtual cinema
I Love My Dad MOVIE TrailerComedy($) Rent
Arriving on VOD one week after it opens in theaters, this year’s SXSW winner is a cringe comedy starring Patton Oswalt as a father who catfishes his own son.
A League of Their Own NEW TrailerComedy/DramaPrime Video
Few people remember that Penny Marshall’s classic 1992 sports comedy, about a WWII-era professional women’s baseball league, was adapted into a television series once before: In 1993, for CBS, where it lasted all of three episodes before getting pulled from the schedule. But Amazon’s new reboot is guaranteed to do better: Eight episodes will stream today. Only the underlying 1943 women’s pro league setting remains in the new series, which comes from Abbi Jacobson (co-creator and star of Broad City) and Will Graham (Mozart in the Jungle); otherwise, the cast, characters and story will be almost entirely new, and the women will be playing for a different team (not the Peaches). Jacobson stars alongside D’Arcy Carden, Kelly McCormack, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Chanté Adams, and Kate Berlant, while Nick Offerman plays the team’s manager. Also expected to appear is Rosie O’Donnell, the one returning cast member from the original film.
 Lucy’s School SPECIALAnimation/FamilyApple TV+
Never Have I EverComedyNetflix
 This Fool NEWComedyHulu
Comedian Chris Estrada creates and stars in an autobiographical comedy series set in South Central Los Angeles in which he plays a 30-year-old man still living at home with his parents (and still dating his high school girlfriend) who works at a gang rehabilitation nonprofit called Hugs Not Thugs. Producers include the Corporate team of Jake Weisman and Matt Ingebretson, plus Fred Armisen and Jonathan Groff. All 10 episodes stream today.
SAT / August 13
 Love by Design MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
SUN / August 14
 Chesapeake ShoresDramaHallmark, tbd
 The Journey Ahead MOVIEDramaHMM, 9p
 Power Book III: Raising Kanan TrailerDramaStarz, 9p
 Tales of the Walking Dead NEWDrama/Horror/AnthologyAMC 9p
The latest Walking Dead spinoff series is an episodic anthology featuring six stand-alone, hour-long episodes set in the same universe but varying in tone. Each episode features a different cast and characters (though there will be some returning faces from the prior series), and actors slated to appear this season include Anthony Edwards, Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Samantha Morton, Poppy Liu, Jessie T. Usher, Parker Posey, Embeth Davidtz, and Jillian Bell. AMC+ subscribers can stream two episodes tonight (and will get the remaining episodes one week early).
TUE / August 16
 7 Little JohnstonsRealityTLC, 9p
 DevilsDramaCW 9p
 Hex MOVIE TrailerAction/Horror($) Rent/Buy
 Leonardo NEWDramaCW 8p
Aidan Turner stars as Leonard da Vinci in this eight-episode historical drama. Freddie Highmore also stars.
Sharp Stick MOVIEComedy($) Rent/Buy
After directing Tiny Furniture 12 years ago, Lena Dunham detoured into television, where, among other things, she created and starred in HBO’s Girls. But early this year she finally brought her second feature film to Sundance, though it was met with a less than enthusiastic response from critics. The comedy traces the fumbling sexual awakening of a naive 26-year-old played by Kristine Froseth, while Jon Bernthal, Luka Sabbat, Scott Speedman, Taylour Paige, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Dunham herself also star.
WED / August 17
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law NEW TrailerComedy/DramaDisney+
Its new title almost makes it sound like a parody, but the latest Disney+ entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is very real, even if it isn’t always very serious. Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany heads the cast of the 10-episode legal dramedy as the title character, lawyer Jennifer Walters, who gains a milder version of some of The Hulk’s superpowers (including turning big and green when angry) after receiving an emergency blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner (played, as in the films, by Mark Ruffalo). Tim Roth, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Jameela Jamil also star. The series comes from Jessica Gao (whose previous writing credits include comedies Silicon Valley, Robot Chicken, and the fan-favorite “Pickle Rick” episode of Rick and Morty) while Kat Coiro directs today’s opener (and several other episodes).
THU / August 18
 Dragons: The Nine RealmsAnimation/FamilyHulu
 The Undeclared War MINISERIESDramaPeacock
A group of British intelligence analysts work to thwart a series of cyber attacks just prior to an election in this six-episode thriller (streaming in its entirety today) set in the year 2024. Mark Rylance, Simon Pegg, Alex Jennings, and Adrian Lester head the cast for director (and series creator) Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall).
FRI / August 19
 Bad Sisters NEWComedy/DramaApple TV+
The latest dark comedy from Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe) is an English-language adaptation of the Belgian series Clan that has been transported to the Irish coast. The series centers on the Garvey sisters (played by Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene, and Eve Hewson), who were orpaned at an early age and have pledged to look out for one another. Brian Gleeson and Claes Bang also star. The 10 episodes will arrive one per week following today’s double-episode premiere.
 The Girl in the Mirror NEW TrailerForeign/Drama/HorrorNetflix
 The Immaculate Room MOVIEDrama/Thriller($) Rent
 Making the CutReality competitionPrime Video
 Surfside Girls NEWFamilyApple TV+
SAT / August 20
 Dating the Delaneys MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
SUN / August 21
 Groundswell MOVIEDramaHMM, 9p
House of the Dragon NEW TrailerDrama/FantasyHBO 9p
Arriving just two weeks before Amazon’s rival big-budget fantasy series—and that can’t be a coincidence, can it?—comes HBO”s first Game of Thrones spinoff. It’s a prequel set in Westeros two centuries before the events of Thrones that will trace the downfall of the House Targaryen (eventually including the Targaryen civil war, which earns the name “the Dance of the Dragons”). Co-created by author George R.R. Martin (and adapted from his 2018 novel Fire & Blood) and Ryan Condal (Colony), and produced and directed (in part) by veteran GoT helmer Miguel Sapochnik, the 10-episode first season stars Paddy Considine, Emma D’Arcy, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Rhys Ifans, Eve Best, and Fabien Frankel. Will there be another Ramin Djawadi theme song? Count on it. And at least one additional GoT spinoff is currently in development.
MON / August 22
 Bobby and Sophie on the Coast NEWRealityFood, 9p
TUE / August 23
Ali & Ava MOVIEDrama($) Rent/Buy
WED / August 24
 Lost Ollie MINISERIESFamily/AnimationNetflix
 Mo NEWComedyNetflix
Comedian Mo Amer, who has appeared in Hulu’s Ramy, stars as a Palestinian refugee now living in Houston with his mother and two siblings in a comedy series that he co-created with Ramy‘s Ramy Youssef.
 Queer Eye: Brazil NEW TrailerForeign/RealityNetflix
 Selling the OC NEWRealityNetflix
Welcome to Wrexham NEWRealityFX 10p
A rare unscripted series for FX, Welcome to Wrexham follows actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney in real life as they join forces to purchase a struggling, low-level soccer team in the working-class Welsh town of Wrexham. Do the two stars have any experience in running a football club—or even in working with each other? Not at all. Does it matter? Find out as the series traces their crash course in both—and the reaction of Wrexham locals to the arrival of the two out-of-towners. Two half-hour episodes air back-to-back tonight (and stream tomorrow on Hulu).
THU / August 25
 The End Is Nye NEWRealityPeacock
Science guy Bill Nye hosts a look at potential planet-wide natural disasters—and how we can survive them. The series comes from Nye along with Star Trek: Enterprise co-creator Brannon Braga and Star Trek fan Seth MacFarlane. All six episodes stream today—unless a meteor strikes Peacock headquarters before the series drops.
 Everything I Know About Love NEWDrama/ComedyPeacock
Emma Appleton and Bel Powley head the cast for this seven-episode British adaptation of Dolly Alderton’s book.
 Little Demon NEWAnimation/Comedy/HorrorFXX 10p
A single mother (Aubrey Plaza) attempts to live an ordinary life with her teenage daughter in Delaware—but is repeatedly thwarted by the child’s father, Satan. (Yes, the one you’re thinking of.) Is Satan voiced by Danny DeVito? Why, yes, he is—and real-life daughter Lucy DeVito plays his on-screen offspring. Additional cast members include Eugene Cordero, Michael Shannon, and Lennon Parham, while the pretty stacked guest cast includes Mel Brooks, Will Jackson Harper, Pamela Adlon, Rhea Perlman, Dave Bautista, June Diane Raphael, Sam Richardson, Lamorne Morris, and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Producers on the series include Rick & Morty‘s Dan Harmon. Two episodes air back-to-back tonight (and stream tomorrow on Hulu).
 Mike MINISERIES TrailerDramaHulu
Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight) stars as heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson in a controversial eight-episode biographical miniseries from the I, Tonya team of writer Steven Rogers and director Craig Gillespie. Why is it controversial? Mainly because Tyson himself (who did not participate in the production in any way) has spoken out against it, calling the series “tone-deaf.” The cast also includes Russell Hornsby (as promoter Don King), Harvey Keitel (as Tyson’s coach Cus D’Amato), Laura Harrier (as actress Robin Givens, who was once married to Tyson), and Li Eubanks.
FRI / August 26
 Loving Adults MOVIE TrailerForeign/ThrillerNetflix
Me Time MOVIEComedyNetflix
 See TrailerDramaApple TV+
Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby MOVIEDocumentaryPrime Video
SAT / August 27
 First Home Fix NEWRealityHGTV, 9p
 Game, Set, Love MOVIEDramaHallmark, 8p
 Little Women NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
SUN / August 28
 2022 MTV Video Music Awards SPECIALLive eventMTV, tbd
 GuiltDramaPBS 9p
 Unthinkably Good Things MOVIEDramaHMM, 9p
TUE / August 30
 The Patient MINISERIESDramaHulu
The latest TV project from The Americans creators Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg is an FX-produced psychological thriller starring Steve Carell as a psychotherapist who finds himself held captive by one of his patients. The latter, a serial killer played by Domhnall Gleeson, demands to be cured of his homicidal urges. David Alan Grier, Linda Emond, Andrew Leeds, and Laura Niemi also star. The first three half-hour episodes stream today, followed by seven additional weekly installments.
WED / August 31
 Andor NEW TrailerDrama/Sci-fiDisney+
Diego Luna returns as the Rebel Alliance pilot/intelligence agent Cassian Andor (whom he first portrayed in 2016’s Rogue One) in Disney’s fourth live-action Star Wars television series. A prequel to that film set mostly five years earlier (though flashbacks will go even further back in time), the gritty spy thriller Andor traces its title character’s evolution into a rebel leader and also returns Alan Tudyk as the voice of droid K-2SO, Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma, and Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera and also stars Adria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgard, Denise Gough, and Kyle Soller. Veteran screenwriter Tony Gilroy serves as creator and showrunner, while his fellow writers include Beau Willimon (House of Cards) and Stephen Schiff (The Americans) and directors include Toby Haynes (Black Mirror). Season 1 runs 12 episodes (streaming weekly, though you’ll get two episodes today) and a second 12-episode season begins filming this fall.
 Guy’s Ultimate Game Night NEWReality competitionFood, 9p

Fall premieres

THU / September 1
Love in the Villa MOVIERom-comNetflix
FRI / September 2
Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. MOVIEComedyPeacock
Also coming to theaters today, the feature debut from writer-director Adamma Ebo and her twin sister, producer Adanne Ebo, is a mockumentary-style comedy about Trinitie Childs (Regina Hall), the first lady of Wander To Greater Paths church, and her pastor-husband, Lee-Curtis Childs (Sterling K. Brown), as they struggle to rebuild their congregation after a very public scandal. Reviews were decent to good when the film debuted at Sundance early this year.
 Life by Ella NEWFamilyApple TV+
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power NEW TrailerDrama/FantasyPrime Video
What will likely be the most expensive TV series of all time—with a budget reportedly twice that for the entire LOTR film trilogy, though it does come with free two-day shipping—finally makes its debut after years of production. Filmed in New Zealand like Peter Jackson’s movies, prequel series The Rings of Power is not directly adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s books but instead depicts a brand new story set in the same world but taking place in the “Second Age,” several millennia prior to the events of The Hobbit during a time in which the rings of power were forged by Sauron. Settings include the island kingom of Númenor and the Elvish capital, Lindon. J.A. Bayona directs the first two episodes, while the remaining S1 episodes come from Wayne Che Yip and Charlotte Brandstrom. Those episodes will stream weekly rather than all at once, and a second season (to be filmed in the UK) has already been ordered and will be dropped off behind the planter on your front porch sometime next year.
SUN / September 4
 McEnroe MOVIE TrailerDocumentary/SportsShowtime 8p
The documentary will also be available to stream on VOD and Showtime apps beginning September 2.
THU / September 8
The Good FightDramaParamount+
 Last Light MINISERIESDramaPeacock
Matthew Fox ends an eight-year break from acting with his first TV series since Lost. His new Peacock limited series is a five-episode global action-thriller and adaptation of the best-seller by Alex Scarrow that finds him battling to reunite his family in a world suddenly thrown into chaos by a major global oil shortage. Dennie Gordon (Jack Ryan) directs the entire series, which also stars Downton Abbey‘s Joanne Froggatt.
Pinocchio MOVIE TrailerAdventure/Family/FantasyDisney+
Disney’s latest live-action remake is exclusive to the Disney+ streaming service. Robert Zemeckis directs a big-name cast that includes Tom Hanks as Geppetto, Cynthia Erivo as the Blue Fairy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Jiminy Cricket, Keegan-Michael Key as “Honest” John, Luke Evans as The Coachman, and Lorraine Bracco as a new character.
FRI / September 9
Cobra Kai TrailerComedy/DramaNetflix
 College BowlGame showNBC 8p
SAT / September 10
 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards SPECIALSpecialFXX tbd
SUN / September 11
Monarch NEW TrailerDramaFox 8p ET*
Rescheduled from January. Fox’s country music drama follows the Roman family, a multi-generational country music dynasty whose image of honesty is threatened by the revelation of secrets from their past. Michael Rauch (Royal Pains) produces the drama, which comes from Melissa London Hilfers (Instinct) and stars Susan Sarandon, Anna Friel, Trace Adkins, Beth Ditto, Joshua Sasse, and Inigo Pascual. Subsequent episodes air Tuesdays at 9p (starting 9/20).
* airs immediately following NFL coverage in all time zones
MON / September 12
 74th Annual Emmy Awards SPECIALLive eventNBC 8p ET
WED / September 14
The Handmaid’s TaleDramaHulu
Two episodes stream today, followed by weekly single-episode installments.
THU / September 15
 Vampire Academy NEWDramaPeacock
Despite the similar title, the latest series from Julie Plec is unrelated to The Vampire Diaries; instead, it’s an adaptation of the YA vampire romance book series by Richelle Mead (which was previously turned into a not-so-good 2014 feature film).
FRI / September 16
 Dateline NBCNewsmagazineNBC 9p
Drifting Home MOVIE TrailerAnimeNetflix
SAT / September 17
 48 HoursNewsmagazineCBS 10p
SUN / September 18
 60 MinutesNewsmagazineCBS 7:30p
 The U.S. and the Holocaust MINISERIESDocumentaryPBS 8p
Airing across three consecutive nights, this six-hour limited series from Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, and Sarah Botstein examines America’s response to the Holocaust before, during, and after WWII. Peter Coyote narrates the series, which also utilizes the voices of Liam Neeson, Paul Giamatti, Meryl Streep, Werner Herzog, Hope Davis, Bradley Whitford, Matthew Rhys, and Helena Zengel.
MON / September 19
 9-1-1DramaFox 8p
 Bob Hearts AbisholaComedyCBS 8:30p
 The Cleaning LadyDramaFox 9p
 NCISDramaCBS 9p
 NCIS: Hawai’iDramaCBS 10p
 The NeighborhoodComedyCBS 8p
 Quantum Leap NEWDramaNBC10p
One of just two new NBC shows this fall, Quantum Leap is a reboot of the beloved 1989-93 NBC series that originally starred Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, who used an experimental time travel device to temporarily inhabit the bodies of various people throughout recent history, using each “leap” to correct a mistake. The new series actually continues the story and basic format and finds a new scientific team (including the new traveler, played by Raymond Lee, plus Caitlin Bassett, and Ernie Hudson, among others) restarting the project three decades later.
 The VoiceReality competitionNBC 8p
TUE / September 20
 FBIDramaCBS 8p
 FBI: InternationalDramaCBS 9p
 FBI: Most WantedDramaCBS 10p
 New AmsterdamDramaNBC10p
 The ResidentDramaFox 8p
WED / September 21
Abbott ElementaryComedyABC 9p
 The Amazing RaceReality competitionCBS 10p
 Big SkyDramaABC 10p
 Chicago FireDramaNBC9p
 Chicago MedDramaNBC8p
 Chicago P.D.DramaNBC10p
 The ConnersComedyABC 8p
 Designing Miami NEWRealityNetflix
 The GoldbergsComedyABC 8:30p
 Home EconomicsComedyABC 9:30p
 LEGO MastersReality competitionFox 9p
Rescheduled from May.
 The Masked SingerReality competitionFox 8p
 SurvivorReality competitionCBS 8p
FRI / September 23
 20/20NewsmagazineABC 9p
Blonde MOVIE TrailerDramaNetflix
Andrew Dominik (Killing Them Softly) directs an adaptation of the acclaimed 2000 novel by Joyce Carol Oates fictionalizing the tragic and complicated life of Marilyn Monroe. Ana de Armas (Knives Out) plays Monroe in a film designed to be provocative: It is Netflix’s first film to receive an NC-17 rating. Bobby Cannavale, Julianne Nicholson, and Adrien Brody also star in the drama, which was originally targeting a 2020 theatrical release but (thanks to the pandemic) is now a streaming exclusive.
 Law & OrderDramaNBC8p
 Law & Order: Organized CrimeDramaNBC10p
 Law & Order: SVUDramaNBC9p
 Shark TankReality competitionABC 8p
SUN / September 25
 Bob’s BurgersAnimation/ComedyFox 9p
 Celebrity Jeopardy! NEWGame showABC 8p
 Celebrity Wheel of FortuneGame showABC 9p
 Family GuyAnimation/ComedyFox 9:30p
 The Great NorthAnimation/ComedyFox 8:30p
 The RookieDramaABC 10p
 The SimpsonsAnimation/ComedyFox 8p
 Van der ValkDramaPBS 9p
TUE / September 27
 Bachelor in ParadiseRealityABC 8p
 La Brea TrailerDramaNBC9p
 The Rookie: Feds NEWDramaABC 10p
Niecy Nash-Betts stars as a first-year FBI trainee in this spinoff from The Rookie. Frankie Faison, Britt Robertson, and Felix Solis also star.
WED / September 28
 Star Wars: The Bad BatchAnimation/Sci-fiDisney+
THU / September 29
 Call Me KatComedyFox 9:30p
 CSI: VegasDramaCBS 10p
 Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the SkyAnimation/FamilyPeacock
GhostsComedyCBS 8:30p
 Hell’s KitchenReality competitionFox 8p
 Welcome to FlatchComedyFox 9p
 So Help Me Todd NEWComedyCBS 9p
Skylar Astin plays a struggling private investigator who reluctantly takes a job working for his mother’s (Marcia Gay Harden) law firm.
 Young SheldonComedyCBS 8p
FRI / September 30
 Entergalactic NEW TrailerAnimation/Comedy/MusicNetflix
Rapper Kid Cudi co-created and stars in this original animated series (for adults) as an artist who moves into his dream New York apartment—and next door to a successful photographer, voiced by Jessica Williams. The voice cast also includes Timothée Chalamet, Vanessa Hudgens, Ty Dolla $ign, Jaden Smith, Arturo Castro, Keith David, Macaulay Culkin, Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, and Christopher Abbott, while producers include Kenya Barris and series co-creator Ian Edelman (How to Make It in America).
Hocus Pocus 2 MOVIE TrailerComedy/Family/Fantasy/HorrorDisney+
Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker return for a streaming sequel to the 1993 box office flop turned cult hit Hocus Pocus that is set in the present day. New cast members include Sam Richardson and Tony Hale, while Anne Fletcher (Step Up) takes over as director.
Vesper MOVIE TrailerSci-fi/Thriller($) Rent
SUN / October 2
 America’s Funniest Home VideosRealityABC 7p
 East New York NEWDramaCBS 9:30p
CBS’s latest police procedural is set in a precinct at the eastern edge of Brooklyn. Amanda Warren, Jimmy Smits, Kevin Rankin, Richard Kind, and Ruben Santiago-Hudson star.
 The EqualizerDramaCBS 8:30p
MON / October 3
 The Good DoctorDramaABC 10p
WED / October 5
 The Real Love Boat NEWRealityCBS 9p
Only loosely based on the soapy 1970s anthology series, The Real Love Boat is actually a dating competition set aboard a cruise ship during a Mediterranean voyage. (The Love Boat tie-in comes from the fact that the captain and cruise director will help guide the budding relationships.) Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell host.
THU / October 6
 Alaska Daily NEWDramaABC 10p
Created by Oscar winning writer-director Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), Alaska Daily follows a disgraced New York City reporter (Hilary Swank) who relocates to Anchorage in an attempt to rebuild her professional and personal lives. Peter Elkoff (The Resident) serves as showrunner on the series, which also stars Jeff Perry, Matt Malloy, and Meredith Holzman.
 A Friend of the Family MINISERIESDramaPeacock
This true-crime-inspired limited series from Nick Antosca (Channel Zero) centers on a family whose daughter is kidnapped repeatedly over the course of multiple years by an obsessed neighbor using increasingly sophisticated tactics. Anna Paquin, Jake Lacy, Colin Hanks, Mckenna Grace, and Lio Tipton star, while Eliza Hittman (Never Rarely Sometimes Always) directs today’s opener.
 Grey’s AnatomyDramaABC 9p
 Monster High: The Movie MOVIE TrailerMusical/FamilyNickelodeon, 7p
 Station 19DramaABC 8p
FRI / October 7
 Blue BloodsDramaCBS 10p
Catherine Called Birdy MOVIE ClipComedyPrime Video
Lena Dunham writes and directs a 13th century comedy based on Karen Cushman’s award-winning children’s novel of the same name. Bella Ramsey, Billie Piper, and Andrew Scott also star. Amazon will also bring the film to a small number of theaters for a short run beginning on September 23rd.
 Fire Country NEWDramaCBS 9p
Max Thieriot heads the cast of a drama following a group of inmates who work on a firefighting crew in Northern California. Note that Thieriot will also remain in the cast of SEAL Team, at least for the upcoming season.
 The Midnight Club NEW TrailerDrama/HorrorNetflix
Well, it wouldn’t be fall without a new Netflix horror series from Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House). Unrelated to his last series, the similarly titled Midnight Mass, his latest is an adaptation of the 1994 Christopher Pike YA novel of the same name that centers on seven dying teenagers in a hospice who try to spook each other with scary stories (and succeed a little too well). All 10 episodes stream today.
 S.W.A.T.DramaCBS 8p
SUN / October 9
 NCIS: Los AngelesDramaCBS 10p
SUN / October 16
 Annika NEWDramaPBS 10p
 Magpie Murders NEWDramaPBS 9p
Miss Scarlet & The DukeDramaPBS 8p
THU / October 20
 One of Us Is LyingDramaPeacock
THU / November 3
 The CaptureDramaPeacock
FRI / November 4
 Lopez vs. Lopez NEWComedyNBC8p
George Lopez stars opposite his real-life daughter Mayan Lopez in NBC’s new family comedy.
My Policeman MOVIE TrailerDramaPrime Video
Harry Styles, Emma Corrin, and David Dawson star in a Greg Berlanti-produced romance set in Britain in both the 1950s and ’90s. The adaptation of the book by Bethan Roberts will also play in theaters beginning October 21.
 Young RockComedyNBC8:30p
WED / November 9
 Zootopia+ NEWAnimation/Family/AnthologyDisney+
Six animated shorts—each adopting a different TV genre—are set in the world of Disney’s 2016 hit film Zootopia.
THU / November 10
 The Missing NEWDramaPeacock
David E. Kelley’s newest crime series is an adaptation of the novel The Missing Fileby Dror A. Mishani. The eight-episode series centers on an NYPD detective named Avraham Avraham (played by Unorthodox‘s Jeff Wilbusch) who believes his spirituality gives him an edge in cracking cases. His beliefs, however, are put to the test when what begins as a routine investigation turns out to be anything but. Juliana Canfield (Succession), Karen Robinson, and Michael Mosley also star, while Barry Levinson directs today’s opener and additional episodes.
SUN / November 13
 Tulsa King NEW TrailerDramaParamount+
The latest Paramount+ series from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan—we assume they’ll eventually name the streaming service after him—features the first scripted TV starring role for Sylvester Stallone (Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot). He plays a New York Mafia captain who is released from a multi-decade prison stay and is sent by his boss to run a new operation in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Domenick Lombardozzi (The Wire), Andrea Savage (I’m Sorry), Max Casella (Doogie Howser), Martin Starr (Silicon Valley), Dana Delany (Desperate Housewives), and Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) also star, while Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter serves as showrunner. Two episodes stream tonight on Paramount+ (followed by weekly single-episode installments), while the first episode will also air tonight on cable’s Paramount Network following the Yellowstone premiere.
YellowstoneDramaParamount, 8p
The supersized fifth season will be divided in two seven-episode parts.
WED / November 23
Good Night Oppy MOVIEDocumentaryPrime Video
Director Ryan White (Ask Dr. Ruth) traces what was expected to be a 90-day—but turned out to be a 15-year—mission of the Mars Exploration Rover named Opportunity. The film will also receive a limited theatrical run beginning November 4.
 Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin NEWComedyPeacock
Created by non-Emmy-winner Megan Amram (The Good Place), this spinoff from the Pitch Perfect film franchise centers on Adam DeVine’s Bumper Allen, who moves to Germany in an attempt to revive his career after one of his songs becomes an unexpected hit in that country. Also returning from the films is fan favorite Flula Borg (as Pieter Krämer, now Bumper’s manager), while newcomers include Jameela Jamil, Sarah Hyland, and Lera Abova.
THU / November 24
Disenchanted MOVIEFamily/Musical/FantasyDisney+
The long-awaited sequel to the 2007 Disney princess movie Enchanted comes from director Adam Shankman (Hairspray) and finds returning cast members Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel, and James Marsden joined by newcomers Maya Rudolph, Oscar Nunez, and Yvette Nicole Brown.
 First Love NEWForeign/DramaNetflix
WED / November 30
 Irreverent NEWDramaPeacock
This 10-episode Australian drama (actually a co-production with Netflix, though it’s a Peacock exclusive in America) centers on a Chicago criminal played by Colin Donnell (Chicago Med). After botching a heist at home, he goes on the run and winds up in a small town in northern Australia, where he poses as the local church’s reverend.
 Willow NEW TrailerDrama/FantasyDisney+
A Lucasfilm-produced TV series sequel to Ron Howard’s 1988 fantasy film of the same name, Willow finds Warwick Davis reprising his role as the title character, a dwarf sorcerer, in a story that takes place 20 years later. The cast is otherwise entirely new and includes Ruby Cruz (effectively the lead, as she plays the princess Kit who leads a resuce party to save her kidnapped twin brother), Ellie Bamber, Erin Kellyman, and Tony Revolori. The TV adapation comes from Jonathan Kasdan, who also serves as showrunner alongside Wendy Maricle.
FRI / December 16
 Paradise PDAnimation/ComedyNetflix
THU / December 22
 The Best Man: The Final ChaptersMINISERIESComedy/DramaPeacock
This second sequel to Malcolm D. Lee’s 1999 film The Best Man (following a 2013 holiday film sequel) is a 10-episode Peacock miniseries that returns pretty much everyone from the terrific original cast, including Terrence Howard, Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Regina Hall, Morris Chestnut, Sanaa Lathan, and Harold Perrineau. Newcomers include Nicole Ari Parker and Brandon Victor Dixon.

2023 premieres

SUN / February 12, 2023
 Next Level ChefReality competitionFox tbd *
* airs immediately following Super Bowl coverage.
 Super Bowl LVII SPECIALSports/Live eventFox tbd
SUN / March 12
 95th Academy Awards SPECIALLive eventABC tbd

 

 

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