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    27 New TV Shows That Are 100% Worth Checking Out This Winter

    From Hunters to Little Fires Everywhere and everything in between.

    1. Hunters

    Amazon Prime

    Hunters follows a diverse group of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York City. The "Hunters" have discovered hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials living among them who are conspiring to create a Fourth Reich. The series is executive-produced by Jordan Peele.

    Starring: Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, Jerrika Hinton, Josh Radnor, Kate Mulvany, and Carol Kane.

    When it premieres: Feb. 21 on Amazon Prime.

    2. High Fidelity


    Based on Nick Hornby's 1995 novel and the 2000 film, High Fidelity follows Rob, a record-store owner in Brooklyn who ends up revisiting past relationships through music while trying to get over her one true love. The new series puts a spin on the iconic story by gender-swapping the role of Rob.

    Starring: Zoë Kravitz, David H. Holmes, Jake Lacy, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, and Kingsley Ben-Adir.

    When it premieres: Feb. 14 on Hulu.

    3. Party of Five

    Vu Ong / Freeform

    This reimagining of the beloved '90s series follows the five Acosta children as they navigate their daily lives following their parents' sudden deportation to Mexico. The reboot is being led by the series' original creators, Amy Lippman and Christopher Keyser.

    Starring: Brandon Larracuente, Emily Tosta, Niko Guardado, Elle Paris Legaspi, Bruno Bichir, and Fernanda Urrejola.

    When it premieres: Jan. 8 on Freeform.

    4. Diary of a Future President

    Christopher Willard / Disney+

    Diary of a Future President follows Elena, a 12-year-old Cuban American girl who dreams of becoming president of the United States. The series explores Elena's ups and downs in middle school and the moments that ultimately set her on the path to running her presidential campaign.

    Starring: Tess Romero, Charlie Bushnell, Selenis Leyva, Michael Weaver, and Gina Rodriguez.

    When it premieres: Jan. 17 on Disney+.

    5. Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens

    Zach Dilgard / Comedy Central

    Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens follows Nora, a twentysomething woman who was raised by her dad and grandma. Alongside her cousin, Nora leans on her family and navigates life. The show was inspired by Awkwafina's real-life experiences growing up in Flushing, Queens.

    Starring: Awkwafina, BD Wong, Lori Tan Chinn, and Bowen Yang.

    When it premieres: Jan. 22 on Comedy Central.

    6. Spinning Out

    Christos Kalohoridis / Netflix

    Spinning Out follows Kat Baker, an up-and-coming figure skater who suffered a career-ending head injury on the ice. However, when Justin Davis needs a new partner, Kat decides to get back on the ice, this time as part of a duo.

    Starring: Kaya Scodelario, January Jones, Willow Shields, Evan Roderick, David James Elliott, Amanda Zhou, and Will Kemp.

    When it premiered: Jan. 1 on Netflix.

    7. Avenue 5


    Set nearly 40 years in the future, Avenue 5 follows the captain and crew of a luxurious space cruise ship as they deal with a massive systems malfunction that knocks them off course. Now it will take years to return to Earth, and there are only enough supplies for a monthlong cruise. The series was created by Veep creator Armando Iannucci.

    Starring: Hugh Laurie, Suzy Nakamura, Rebecca Front, Zach Woods, Josh Gad, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Lenora Crichlow, Ethan Phillips, and Himesh Patel.

    When it premieres: Jan. 19 on HBO.

    8. 9-1-1: Lone Star


    The 9-1-1 spinoff follows Owen Strand, a New York firefighter who has relocated to Austin along with his son. In their new city, they both struggle to balance the everyday hardships of their jobs and their personal lives.

    Starring: Rob Lowe, Liv Tyler, Jim Parrack, Ronen Rubinstein, and Sierra McClain.

    When it premieres: Jan. 19 on Fox.

    9. The Plot Against America


    Based on the novel of the same name, The Plot Against America focuses on an alternative American history told through the eyes of a Jewish family from New Jersey. The family watches the political rise of Charles Lindbergh, an aviator-hero and xenophobic populist, who becomes president and turns the nation upside down.

    Starring: Winona Ryder, Zoe Kazan, Morgan Spector, John Turturro, and Anthony Boyle.

    When it premieres: March 16 on HBO.

    10. Briarpatch


    Briarpatch follows Allegra Dill, an investigator who returns to her home in Texas after her sister is murdered. What begins as a search for her sister's killer turns into a fight to bring her corrupt hometown to justice. The series is executive-produced by Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail.

    Starring: Rosario Dawson, Jay R. Ferguson, Kim Dickens, Alan Cumming, and Ed Asner.

    When it premieres: Feb. 6 on USA.

    11. Little America

    Apple TV+

    Inspired by the true stories featured in Epic Magazine, Little America tells the heartfelt, inspiring, funny, and romantic tales of immigrants in America. The series is executive-produced by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon.

    Starring: Zachary Quinto, Angela Lin, Haaz Sleiman, Adam Ali, Kemiyondo Coutinho, Shaun Toub, Eshan Inamdar, and Priyanka Bose.

    When it premieres: Jan. 17 on Apple TV+.

    12. Little Fires Everywhere


    Based on Celeste Ng's bestselling novel, Little Fires Everywhere follows the picture-perfect Richardson family, who suddenly become intertwined with the Warrens. The series explores secrets, identity, and motherhood.

    Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington, Joshua Jackson, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jade Pettyjohn, Geoff Stults, Jesse Williams, and Britt Robertson.

    When it premieres: March 18 on Hulu.

    13. The Outsider


    Based on Stephen King's novel of the same name, The Outsider follows a cop and private investigator who try to solve the mysterious murder of a young boy. Their investigation leads them to Terry Maitland, a local English teacher and baseball coach who appears to be the biggest suspect.

    Starring: Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, Jason Bateman, Bill Camp, and Mare Winningham.

    When it premieres: Jan. 12 on HBO.

    14. Katy Keene

    The CW

    The Riverdale spinoff focuses on Katy Keene, an up-and-coming fashion designer struggling to turn her dreams into a reality. The series kicks off when Riverdale's Josie McCoy joins Katy in New York City in order to pursue her own dreams as a singer-songwriter.

    Starring: Lucy Hale, Ashleigh Murray, Jonny Beauchamp, and Julia Chan.

    When it premieres: Feb. 6 on the CW.

    15. Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

    Sergei Bachlakov / NBC

    The new series follows Zoey, a computer coder who suddenly starts to hear people's innermost thoughts and desires through popular songs. Although she questions her own sanity at first, Zoey soon realizes this could actually be a blessing in disguise.

    Starring: Jane Levy, Skylar Astin, Lauren Graham, Alex Newell, Peter Gallagher, and Mary Steenburgen.

    When it premieres: Jan. 7 on NBC.

    16. Dare Me


    Based on Megan Abbott's novel, Dare Me dives into the cutthroat world of competitive high school cheerleading. The series follows the tense relationship between two BFFs after a new coach arrives in town. It's basically a perfect combo of Big Little Lies, Pretty Little Liars, and Friday Night Lights.

    Starring: Willa Fitzgerald, Herizen F. Guardiola, Marlo Kelly, Rob Heaps, Zach Roerig, and Paul Fitzgerald.

    When it premiered: Dec. 29 on USA.

    17. Dispatches From Elsewhere

    Zach Dilgard / AMC

    Created by and starring Jason Segel, Dispatches From Elsewhere focuses on a group of ordinary people who stumble onto something hiding just behind "the veil of everyday life." Ultimately, the mystery extends farther and wider than they ever imagined.

    Starring: Jason Segel, Richard E. Grant, Sally Field, Eve Lindley, Andre Benjamin, and Tara Lynne Barr.

    When it premieres: March 1 on AMC.

    18. Locke & Key


    Based on the comic book series of the same name, Locke & Key centers on three siblings who move to their ancestor's home in Massachusetts following the gruesome murder of their father. They soon discover that the house has magical keys that give them abilities.

    Starring: Jackson Robert Scott, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Sherri Saum, Griffin Gluck, and Darby Stanchfield.

    When it premieres: Feb. 7 on Netflix.

    19. Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector

    Zach Dilgard / NBC

    Based on The Bone Collector novel, the series follows Lincoln Rhyme, an NYPD criminologist who becomes paralyzed after being injured by the notorious serial killer, "the Bone Collector." Now the Bone Collector appears to be back, and with the help of detective Amelia Sachs, who acts as his eyes and ears in the field, Lincoln tries to put away this serial killer once and for all.

    Starring: Russell Hornsby, Arielle Kebbel, Brían F. O'Byrne, Tate Ellington, Courtney Grosbeck, Ramses Jimenez, Brooke Lyons, Roslyn Ruff and Michael Imperioli.

    When it premieres: Jan. 10 on NBC.

    20. Star Trek: Picard

    CBS All Access

    This new Star Trek series follows Jean-Luc Picard as he embarks on a new chapter in his life. Patrick Stewart reprises the iconic role that he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    Starring: Patrick Stewart, Santiago Cabrera, Isa Briones, Michelle Hurd, Alison Pill, Evan Evagora, and Harry Treadaway.

    When it premieres: Jan. 23 on CBS All Access.

    21. For Life

    Giovanni Rufino / ABC

    The new series focuses on Aaron, an inmate who is serving life in prison for a crime he didn't commit. While serving his sentence, Aaron becomes a lawyer and acts as a defense attorney for others. For Life is executive-produced by 50 Cent.

    Starring: Nicholas Pinnock, Indira Varma, Joy Bryant, and Dorian Missick.

    When it premieres: Feb. 11 on ABC.

    22. Dracula


    A new take on the classic tale, Dracula is set in 1897 Transylvania and follows the infamous vampire as he begins to construct a plan against Victorian London. The series was developed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the team behind Sherlock and Doctor Who.

    Starring: Claes Bang, Dolly Wells, and Morfydd Clark.

    When it premiered: Jan. 4 on Netflix.

    23. Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet

    Apple TV+

    Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet follows a group of video game developers as they navigate the challenges of maintaining a popular video game. The new series was created by It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney and Megan Ganz.

    Starring: Rob McElhenney, F. Murray Abraham, Imani Hakim, David Hornsby, Danny Pudi, Ashly Burch, and Charlotte Nicdao.

    When it premieres: Feb. 7 on Apple TV+.

    24. Tommy


    The new series follows Abigail "Tommy" Thomas as she becomes the first woman chief of police for the LAPD. The show was created by House executive producer Paul Attanasio.

    Starring: Edie Falco, Michael Chernus, Russell G. Jones, Olivia Lucy Phillip, Adelaide Clemens, and Thomas Sadoski.

    When it premieres: Feb. 6 on CBS.

    25. The Good Lord Bird


    Based on the book of the same name, The Good Lord Bird follows a group of Kansas freedom fighters and a young slave who travel across the US in the 1850s in an effort to end slavery.

    Starring: Ethan Hawke, Daveed Diggs, Wyatt Russell, Joshua Caleb Johnson, McKinley Belcher III, and Rafael Casal.

    When it premieres: Feb. 16 on Showtime.

    26. Duncanville


    Created by Amy Poehler, Mike Scully, and Julie Scully, Duncanville centers on the life of Duncan Harris, an average boy who always seems to be one second away from making a bad decision. Duncan lives with his mom, a parking enforcement officer who dreams of being a detective; his dad, who is always trying to be a better father figure than his father was; and his sister.

    Starring: Amy Poehler, Ty Burrell, Riki Lindhome, Rashida Jones, and Wiz Khalifa.

    When it premieres: Feb. 16 on Fox.

    27. Everything's Gonna Be Okay

    Tony Rivetti / Freeform

    After their father's sudden death, Nicholas and his two half sisters are left to cope with the devastating loss. Soon, Nicholas realizes that he'll have to be the one to hold their lives together.

    Starring: Josh Thomas, Kayla Cromer, Maeve Press, Adam Faison, and Lillian Carrier.

    When it premieres: Jan. 16 on Freeform.

    Which new winter TV shows are you excited for? Tell us in the comments below!