All the TV show premiere dates you need to know: From 'Succession' to 'Yellowjackets'
With Jack Frost nipping at your nose (and probably toes), why not stay in and enjoy the glow of your TV or warmth of your (overheating) computer resting on your lap?
In the coming months, there are plenty of shows to get excited about, including spinoffs and remakes of beloved shows and movies. This month, "Magnum P.I." (on its new network, NBC) and "Fresh Prince" remake "Bel-Air" debut new seasons. So does "Party Down," after. decade-long break. In March, CBS launches its take on the 1994 spy thriller "True Lies" as a series.
Our calendar of major highlights ensures you won't miss the return of your favorite series or the start of a new show you'll fall in love with. (All times EST/PST.)
"Dear Edward" (Apple TV+): Connie Britton and Taylor Schilling star in the Jason Katims drama focused on the aftermath of a place crash in which only a young boy survives.
"Harlem" (Amazon Prime)
"Not Dead Yet" (ABC, Wednesday at 8:30; then Wednesdays at 9:30): Gina Rodriguez plays a recently single bit of a hot mess, who takes a job penning obits to help make ends meet.
“A Million Little Things” (ABC, Wednesdays at 10). The final season.
"The Flash" (CW, Wednesdays at 8): The ninth and final season of the DC Comics-inspired series.
"Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne" (Hulu): The model/actress explores topics relating to human sexuality in this docuseries.
"Wu-Tang: An American Saga" (Hulu)
"Animal Control" (Thursdays at 9): Joel McHale stars in the comedy centered on employees of a local Animal Control unit who wish people were as simple as animals.
"Star Trek: Picard" (Paramount+): The final season.
“Hello Tomorrow!” (Apple TV+): Billy Crudup stars in the series set in the future as a dedicated salesmen trying to push timeshares on the moon.
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"American Idol” (ABC, Sundays at 8)
"The Company You Keep" (ABC, Sundays at 10): Milo Ventimiglia stars as con artist who has a brief tryst with an undercover CIA agent (Catherine Haena Kim).
"Magnum P.I." (NBC, Sundays at 9): Jay Hernandez (filling the role once played by Tom Selleck) moves to a new network after CBS canceled the series.
"Snowfall" (FX, Wednesdays at 10)
“Station 19” (ABC, Thursdays at 8)
“Grey’s Anatomy” ((ABC, Thursdays at 9)
“Alaska Daily” (ABC, Thursdays at 10)
"Outer Banks" (Netflix)
"Party Down" (Starz, Fridays at 9): The comedy about LA caterwaiters returns for a third season, its first since 2010, with most of its original cast.
“The Reluctant Traveler” (Apple TV+): Eugene Levy visits locations around the globe including the Maldives, Finland, and Tokyo.
"The Consultant" (Amazon Prime): Things go awry after a mysterious consultant (Christoph Waltz) shows up at an app-based gaming company.
"The Blacklist" (NBC, Sundays at 10): The final season.
"Survivor" (CBS, Wednesdays at 8)
"Star Wars: The Mandalorian" (Disney+)
"True Lies" (CBS, Wednesday at 10): The new series is inspired by James Cameron's 1994 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis. Steve Howey leads the TV version, portraying international spy Harry, whose high-stakes occupation is discovered by wife Helen (Ginger Gonzaga).
"Daisy Jones & the Six" (Amazon Prime): Riley Keough stars as the the frontwoman of a rock band in the 1970s, in this depiction of its rise and fall, based on a novel.
"Grand Crew" (NBC, Fridays at 8:30)
"Next in Fashion" (Netflix)
"Perry Mason" (HBO Max): Matthew Rhys stars in this reboot's second season, following a three-year break.
"History of the World, Part II" (Hulu): More than four decades after Mel Brooks' original film, a sketch-comedy sequel delves into more moments from history with various stars.
"The Voice" (NBC, Mondays at 8)
“Extrapolations” (Apple TV+): Meryl Streep leads an all-star ensemble cast for a drama focused on eight stories exploring what needs to be done to combat climate change.
“My Kind of Country” (Apple TV+): A singing competition from executive producers Reese Witherspoon and Kacey Musgraves.
"Up Here" (Hulu): Mae Whitman stars in the musical series as an aspiring writer who leaves her small life to pursue her dreams in New York.
"Succession" (HBO, Sundays at 9)
"Yellowjackets" (Showtime, Sundays at 9)
"Riverdale" (CW, Wednesdays at 9): The final season.
"The Power" (Amazon Prime): Toni Collette, John Leguizamo and Auli’i Cravalho star in the series, in which teenage girls are suddenly able to electrocute people.
"Dave" (FX, Wednesdays at 10)"
“Schmigadoon!” (Apple TV+)
“The Last Thing He Told Me” (Apple TV+): Jennifer Garner portrays a woman who has to work with her stepdaughter to get to the bottom of her husband's disappearance.
"Dear Mama" (FX, Fridays at 10): This docuseries chronicles the relationship between Tupac and his mother, Afeni Shakur.
"The Afterparty" (Apple TV+)
"Nancy Drew" (CW, Wednesdays at 8)
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Winter TV premiere dates: 2022-23 schedule for new and returning shows