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    Mar 31, 2020

    15 TV Shows Returning This Spring That We're Super Excited About

    How To Get Away With Murder returns with its final six episodes.

    1. Money Heist/La Casa de Papel

    Tamara Arranz / Netflix

    Money Heist/La Casa de Papel is easily one of the best Netflix series right now and Part 4 will surely continue the trend. Picking up after Part 3's massive cliffhanger, our favorite gang struggles through some of their toughest moments during this new heist as their enemy continues to grow stronger.

    When it returns: Apr. 3 on Netflix.

    How to catch up: Parts 1–3 on Netflix.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    2. Killing Eve

    BBC America

    Killing Eve returns this spring and picks up after Villanelle and Eve's explosive fight last season. Villanelle is seemingly moving on from Eve, while Eve deals with her own demons as they continue their game of cat and mouse.

    When it returns: Apr. 12 on BBC America and AMC.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on Hulu.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    3. The Good Fight

    CBS All Access

    Season 4 of The Good Fight picks up after the events in Season 3 with Diane and her partners adjusting to life alongside STR Laurie, the corporation that helped save them. This season also features Hugh Dancy and the return of Michael J. Fox's Louis Canning from The Good Wife.

    When it returns: Apr. 9 on CBS All Access.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–3 on CBS All Access.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    4. Insecure

    HBO

    At long last, Insecure returns with its brand-new season and Issa is dealing with not having a job or a new man. While she pursues a passion project she truly cares about, Molly dives into a real relationship and Lawrence is figuring out what "leveling-up" means for him. Like every season of Insecure, Season 4 continues to showcase Issa Rae's unique style of comedy.

    When it returns: Apr. 12 on HBO.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–3 on HBO Go.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    5. How to Get Away With Murder

    ABC

    After six seasons, How to Get Away With Murder is officially ending this spring. The final six episodes will not only deal with the future timeline that sees Annalise seemingly dead and the surprise return of a former student, but also the Keating Four, Annalise, Frank, and Bonnie will have to answer for their past indiscretions in present day. All of their secrets are threatening to be exposed as people try to take Annalise down for good.

    When it returns: Apr. 2 on ABC.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–5 on Netflix and Season 6, Part 1 on Hulu.

    Watch the final episodes trailer here.

    6. One Day At a Time

    Pop

    After being canceled by Netflix and then saved by Pop, One Day At a Time returns with a new season that's just as funny, smart, and sincere as the previous ones. The Alvarez family continues to talk about not only their own family dynamics, but the world around them in a refreshing and funny way.

    When it returned: Mar. 24 on Pop.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–3 on Netflix.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    7. Homecoming

    Amazon Prime Video, Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

    This anthology series returns this spring, however this time it stars Janelle Monáe. The season kicks off with Janelle's character waking up in a rowboat on a lake with no memory of how she got there or even who she is. What comes next is her pursuit for her identity, which leads her right to the Geist Group and the Homecoming Initiative from Season 1. Also, Walter returns as he tries to build a new life while dealing with his own traumas.

    When it returns: Spring 2020 on Amazon Prime Video.

    How to catch up: Season 1 on Amazon Prime Video.

    8. Westworld

    HBO

    After more than a year between seasons, Westworld is finally back and ready to confuse us even more. Season 3 picks up right after Season 2, with Dolores escaping Westworld with the cores of a few hosts, including Bernard's. Now living in Los Angeles in 2058, Dolores begins to discover how artificial beings and the lower class are treated in the real world.

    When it returned: Mar. 15 on HBO.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on HBO Go.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    9. What We Do In the Shadows

    FX

    Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's hilarious and underrated series returns for another season and things are just getting started. After Guillermo learned something truly shocking about his family, Season 2 of What We Do In the Shadows will deal with how he handles the news alongside his undead roommates. Also, Mark Hamill will guest-star this season.

    When it returns: Apr. 15 on FX.

    How to catch up: Season 1 on Hulu.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    10. On My Block

    Netflix

    On My Block Season 3 picks up literally minutes after the Season 2 finale with Monsé, Ruby, Oscar, and Jamal being kidnapped and asked to find Lil Ricky. The new season not only deals with the gang's new quest, but also each of them growing up and changing. It's a heartfelt season complete with a ton of laughs.

    When it returned: Mar. 11 on Netflix.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on Netflix.

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here.

    11. Elite

    Netflix

    Elite returns with an explosive Season 3 that doesn't slow down for a single second. Picking up after Polo's revelation and his return to school, the students of Las Encinas deal with past and present problems as they prepare for graduation. An underrated but incredible series, the cast of Elite continues to be one of the best ensembles on TV right now.

    When it returned: Mar. 13 on Netflix.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on Netflix.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    12. Vida

    Starz

    Vida returns with its final season this spring, with Emma and Lyn not only dealing with the success of their bar, but also the possible return of their father. Now, they must search for the truth about their family's past. Like previous seasons, Vida continues to brilliantly tackle issues of gender, gentrification, economics, representation, and family, all while remaining hilarious and full of heart.

    When it returns: Apr. 26 on Starz.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on Starz.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    13. Ozark

    Steve Dietl / Netflix

    The critically acclaimed series returns with Season 3, which picks up six months after the events of last season. While the casino is up and running, Marty and Wendy continue to fight for control of the family's destiny and legacy. Everything comes to a head when Ben, Wendy's brother, arrives in town and throws everyone's lives into chaos.

    When it returned: Mar. 27 on Netflix.

    How to catch up: Season 1–2 on Netflix.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    14. Billions

    Showtime

    Season 5 of Billions reignites Bobby and Chuck's vicious rivalry more than ever before as they align themselves with new enemies. With Mike Prince, a social impact engineer, joining the fold he poses a new threat to Bobby's dominance. With even more secrets and lies, Billions Season 5 will continue to keep you on the edge of your seat all season.

    When it returns: May 3 on Showtime.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–4 on Showtime.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    15. And finally, Future Man

    Hulu

    Future Man returns for its final season and focuses on Josh, Tiger, and Wolf as they try to survive throughout time after they are convicted and sentenced to death. Now, they are desperate to clear their names and fix everything they mess up along the way. This extremely funny and odd sci-fi series always deserved more recognition, so this is the perfect time to catch up and watch their last adventure.

    When it returns: Apr. 3 on Hulu.

    How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on Hulu.

    Watch the new season trailer here.

    Which returning TV shows are you excited for this spring? Tell us in the comments below!

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