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    47 TV Shows That Are Premiering And Returning This Winter That Are Worth Checking Out

    Euphoria Season 2, How I Met Your Father, and the final season of This Is Us are just a few of the shows to watch.

    1. Euphoria, Season 2

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    Zendaya, Hunter Schafer, and more return in Euphoria Season 2, and yes, it is as chaotic as ever. Picking up after the Season 1 finale, which featured Rue leaving Jules at a train station and relapsing, the new season kicks off with Rue trying to get her life together (again) as the complex world of being a teenager still gets in the way. 

    When it returned: Jan. 9 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the new season trailer here

    2. Station Eleven

    Ian Watson / HBO Max

    Set 20 years after a flu pandemic ‚ÄĒ oof remember when that seemed like a wild concept? ‚ÄĒ Station Eleven¬†follows a group of survivors who make their living as traveling performers. The series chronicles the survivors during different stages of this deadly pandemic and what they had to do to survive. Honestly, it sounds a little bleak, but it's truly one of the most uplifting pandemic stories.¬†

    Starring: Mackenzie Davis, Matilda Lawler, Himesh Patel, David Wilmot, Nabhaan Rizwan, Daniel Zovatto, Philippine Velge, Lori Petty, Gael García Bernal, and more

    When it premiered: Dec. 16, 2021 on HBO Max

    Watch the trailer here

    3. Abbott Elementary

    Gilles Mingasson / ABC

    This hilarious and brilliant comedy series tells the story of Janine, a passionate elementary school teacher who is just trying to make her school a better place. Set at a Philadelphia public school, Abbott Elementary brings together a group of teachers, who are determined to help their students succeed. This show is for anyone who needs something to fill the Brooklyn Nine-Nine¬†and Parks and Rec‚Äďshaped hole in your heart.

    Starring: Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, Lisa Ann Walter, Chris Perfetti, Sheryl Lee Ralph, William Stanford, and more

    When it premiered: Dec. 7, 2021 on ABC

    Watch the trailer here

    4. Pam & Tommy


    Pam & Tommy is based on the true story of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee and their sex tape that was released in 1997. The series chronicles how their sex tape was stolen from their home and how it went on to hit the internet and become a widely talked about celebrity scandal. 

    Starring: Lily James, Sebastian Stan, Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 2 on Hulu

    Watch the trailer here

    5. This Is Us, Season 6

    Ron Batzdorff / NBC

    The final season of This Is Us kicks off this winter as we begin to say goodbye to the Pearsons. As Rebecca's memory starts to deteriorate, Kate, Randall, and Kevin begin to grapple with their changing family dynamic. The series has a lot of questions to answer before we say farewell for good, so it's time to strap in and see what this tear-jerker of a series has in store. 

    When it returned: Jan. 4 on NBC

    Watch the new season trailer here

    6. Killing Eve, Season 4

    Anika Molnar / BBC America

    Following the emotional Season 3 finale, Killing Eve¬†finally returns with its final season. Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh are back as Villanelle and Eve as they navigate new terrain ‚ÄĒ proving they are a better person (Villanelle) and revenge (Eve). Meanwhile, Carolyn is determined to chase down The Twelve and put a stop to their chaos. It's going to be hard to say goodbye to this show, but damn, I'm ready for a chaotic ride until the end.

    When it returns: Feb. 27 on BBC America and a week earlier on AMC+

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    7. Peacemaker

    HBO Max

    John Cena reprises his role from James Gunn's The Suicide Squad in Peacemaker. The series will explore the origins of the character and how he became a man who uses his strength to regain peace and control, no matter how many people he has to kill to achieve this. The ensemble for this series is pure casting gold and it's a must-watch comic book series.

    Starring: John Cena, Steve Agee, Danielle Brooks, Robert Patrick, Jennifer Holland, Freddie Stroma, Chukwudi Iwuji, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 13 on HBO Max

    Watch the trailer here

    8. Outlander, Season 6

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    After nearly two years, Outlander finally returns with Season 6 soon. This new season will continue to explore Jamie, Claire, Brianna, and Roger's new lives on Fraser's Ridge in America. However, while they strive to maintain peace and order, the US is hurtling towards a time of political upheaval and a revolution. This season is adapted from Diana Gabaldon's sixth novel A Breath of Snow and Ashes.

    When it returns: March 6 on Starz

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    9. Cobra Kai, Season 4


    Everyone's favorite karate students, teachers, and rivals are back on Cobra Kai Season 4. This season picks up with Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang joining forces to try and take down Cobra Kai and Kreese. This means that Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence need to learn to work together and possibly settle their 30-year long feud. Also, we're back at the All Valley Karate Tournament this season where truly anything can happen.

    When it returned: Dec. 31, 2021 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    10. Inventing Anna

    Aaron Epstein / Netflix

    From executive producer Shonda Rhimes, Inventing Anna tells the true story of Anna Delvey, the Instagram legendary German heiress who stole the hearts of New York's social scene, while she also stole their money. The series follows Anna as well as the journalist who is investigating her in this thrilling Netflix show you'll want to binge-watch as soon as it drops.

    Starring: Julie Garner, Anna Chlumsky, Katie Lowes, Laverne Cox, Alexis Floyd, Arian Moayed, Anders Holm, Anna Deavere Smith, Jeff Perry, Terry Kinney, Jennifer Esposito, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 11 on Netflix

    Watch the teaser trailer here

    11. Ozark, Season 4, Part 1


    Following the jaw-dropping and explosive Season 3 finale, Ozark returns for the first part of its final season. With Marty and Wendy being rid of Helen, they begin to climb to the top of Navarro's empire. They also manage to find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks, however their past sins won't stay buried for long as they threaten everything.

    When it returns: Jan. 21 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    12. How I Met Your Father

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    Based on How I Met Your Mother, this series follows Sophie, who is telling her son the story of how she met his father. In present day, How I Met Your Father shows Sophie and her close-knit group of friends as they try to figure out what they want out of life and who they want to fall in love with in New York City. The show brings back the comedy and ensemble spark HIMYM had and it is just a really fun spin-off.

    Starring: Hilary Duff, Kim Cattrall, Chris Lowell, Francia Raisa, Tom Ainsley, Tien Tran, Suraj Sharma, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 18 on Hulu

    Watch the trailer here

    13. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Season 4

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    After over a two-year hiatus, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is back and bigger than ever. It's 1960 and things are changing, not just in the world but for Midge as well. Looking to hone her act and comedy skills, Midge finds a gig that gives her total creative freedom. However, this new gig could be the last straw for some of her friends and family as it creates a rift in some of Midge's most important relationships.

    When it returns: Feb. 18 on Prime Video

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    14. 1883

    Emerson Miller / CBS / Paramount+

    The first spin-off of Yellowstone, this series follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west through the Great Plains and towards the untamed lands of America that they eventually call home for generations. 1883 beautifully tells the story of Western expansion as the Duttons flee poverty and seek a better future.

    Starring: Sam Elliott, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Isabel May, LaMonica Garrett, Marc Rissmann, Audie Rick, Eric Nelsen, Billy Bob Thornton, James Landry Hébert, and more

    When it premiered: Dec. 19, 2021 on Paramount+

    Watch the trailer here

    15. 9-1-1: Lone Star, Season 3


    9-1-1: Lone Star finally returns with brand-new episodes and things kick off with a multi-part premiere that will keep you on the edge of your seat. When Season 3 starts, an unexpected cold front brings a massive ice storm and various weather emergencies to Austin. Meanwhile, Owen is dealing with the 126 closing as the rest of the group tries to settle in at their new stations.

    When it returned: Jan. 3 on Fox

    Watch the new season trailer here

    16. The Book of Boba Fett

    Francois Duhamel / Lucasfilm / Disney+

    The first The Mandalorian spin-off starts with The Book of Boba Fett. This new Star Wars series follows Boba Fett and Fennec Shand as they take command of Jabba the Hutt's criminal empire on Tatooine. While they struggle to keep their hold on the criminal empire, we also see what happened to Boba Fett after he escaped from the sarlacc pitt.

    Starring: Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen, Jennifer Beals, Matt Berry, David Pasquesi, and more

    When it premiered: Dec. 29, 2021 on Disney+

    Watch the trailer here

    17. Bel-Air


    Set in modern-day, this new series re-imagines the beloved The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as a drama series. Just like the sitcom, Bel-Air follows Will as he journeys from the streets of West Philadelphia to the mansions of Bel-Air. Soon, Will learns about the power of second chances as he navigates these two very different worlds. Will Smith acts as an executive producer alongside Morgan Cooper, whose viral trailer reimagined The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and inspired the new series.

    Starring: Jabari Banks, Adrian Holmes, Cassandra Freeman, Olly Sholotan, Coco Jones, Akira Akbar, Jimmy Akingbola, Jordan L. Jones, Simone Joy Jones, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 13 on Peacock

    Watch the trailer here

    18. black-ish, Season 8

    Richard Cartwright / ABC

    Sadly, we'll also have to say goodbye to the Johnson family in 2022 as black-ish wraps its eight-season, award-winning run. When Season 8 returns, Dre, Bow, Junior, Jack, and Diane are still trying to navigate life to the best of their abilities while still being one of the best families around. The first episode of Season 8 features an appearance by Michelle Obama, and that's just one of the many surprises the final season has in store.

    When it returned: Jan. 4 on ABC

    Watch the new season trailer here

    19. Pivoting


    This heartfelt new comedy series follows Amy, Jodie, and Sarah, three best friends who are trying to come to terms with the sudden death of their friend Colleen. The trio soon realizes that life is too short and they try to pivot their lives into new and exciting directions. Each of them makes impulsive choices as they try to not only find their own happiness but continue to strengthen their friendship.

    Starring: Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin, Maggie Q, Tommy Dewey, JT Neal, Marcello Reyes, and more

    When it premiered: Jan. 9 on Fox

    Watch the trailer here

    20. Search Party, Season 5

    Jon Pack / HBO Max

    This underrated and beloved comedy series sadly comes to an end in 2022. Search Party Season 5 kicks off with Dory searching for meaning while at a psychiatric facility following her near-death experience in the Season 4 finale. Soon, Dory collaborates with a tech billionaire to develop an enlightenment pill, which leads her to becoming...a cult leader. Yes, things are as chaotic as ever in Season 5, but I truly wouldn't want this show to end any other way.

    When it returned: Jan. 7 on HBO Max

    Watch the new season trailer here

    21. The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder

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    The Proud family is back in this continuation of the beloved Disney Channel series. The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder will follow 14-year-old Penny Proud and her family as they try to navigate modern-day life with humor, heart, and a lot of love. A lot of original cast members will be returning for this series that also boasts an impressive guest cast. Lil Nas X, Lizzo, Tiffany Haddish, Gabrielle Union, Chance the Rapper, and Lena Waithe are just a few of the voice talents you'll be able to hear when this show premieres.

    Starring: Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, Paula Jai Parker, JoMarie Payton, Cedric the Entertainer, Carlos Mencia, Maria Canals-Barrera, Alvaro Gutierrez, Karen Malina White, Soleil Moon Frye, Alisa Reyes, Keke Palmer, Billy Porter, Zachary Quinto, EJ Johnson, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 23 on Disney+

    Watch the trailer here

    22. Superman & Lois, Season 2

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    Fresh off its massive and incredible first season, Superman & Lois returns with Season 2 this January. The season kicks off with Superman trying to adjust to working with his new US Army liaison, who is played by Tyler Hoechlin's former Teen Wolf costar Ian Bohen. Clark must navigate his allegiance to the army and his desire to simply protect Smallville, his family, and the world. Meanwhile, Chrissy adjusts to running The Smallville Gazette with Lois as Jonathan and Jordan continue to face typical teenage problems at school. 

    When it returns: Jan. 11 on The CW

    Watch the new season trailer here

    23. Snowpiercer, Season 3

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    Snowpiercer Season 3 picks up after the explosive Season 2 finale, which saw Layton and Ruth plotting to take back Snowpiercer and rallying their supporters with the help of Javier and Alexandra. When we reconnect with Layton, he is commanding a small 10 car "pirate train," while searching for Melanie and a possible location to restart civilization. This show doesn't slow down for a second this season, so be prepared for more cliffhangers and twists than ever before.

    When it returns: Jan. 24 on TNT

    Watch the new season trailer here

    24. The Afterparty

    Aaron Epstein / Apple TV+

    Filled to the brim with comedy legends, The Afterparty centers on a murder mystery that takes place at a high school reunion. Each episode explores a different character's account of the deadly evening as the police (and fans) try to piece together what really happened. This murder-mystery comedy is a must-watch for anyone who is a fan of all of these talented actors. Also, please watch so we can theorize together.

    Starring:¬†Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson,¬†Zo√ę Chao, Ben Schwartz, Ike Barinholtz, Ilana Glazer, Dave Franco, Jamie Demetriou, John Early, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 28 on Apple TV+

    Watch the trailer here

    25. Naomi

    Danny Delgado / The CW

    From Ava DuVernay and Jill Blankenship, Naomi follows the comic book-loving teenager Naomi, who is suddenly thrust into her own superhero story. After a supernatural event shakes her hometown, Naomi sets out to uncover its origins, with a little help from her best friends and family. While trying to uncover this mystery, Naomi also has to deal with surviving high school friendships, running into her ex-boyfriend, and much more.

    Starring: Kaci Walfall, Mary-Charles Jones, Cranston Johnson, Alexander Wraith, Daniel Puig, Aidan Gemme, Will Meyers, Camila Moreno, Mouzam Makkar, Barry Watson, Stephanie March, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 11 on The CW

    Watch the trailer here

    26. The Righteous Gemstones, Season 2

    Ryan Green / HBO

    This brilliant comedy series from Danny McBride is back for a second season this winter and it's bigger and better than ever. The Righteous Gemstones Season 2 finds our beloved Gemstone family threatened by outsiders from both the past and present who want to destroy the empire they've worked so hard to build. This dark comedy series knows exactly how to utilize its hilarious cast in a season that you don't want to miss.

    When it returned: Jan. 9 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the new season trailer here

    27. The Gilded Age

    Alison Cohen Rosa / HBO

    Created by Julian Fellowes, the mind behind Downton Abbey, comes The Gilded Age. The series begins in 1882 with a young Marian Brook who is coming from rural Pennsylvania to New York City after the death of her father. Soon, Marian finds herself thrust into old money society at a time when society is changing drastically. This series examines the ever-changing social classes at the time through the eyes of Marian, who isn't sure where she belongs.

    Starring: Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector, Denée Benton, Louisa Jacobson, Taissa Farmiga, Audra McDonald, Blake Ritson, Simon Jones, Harry Richardson, Thomas Cocquerel, Jack Gilpin, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 24 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the trailer here

    28. Snowfall, Season 5

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    Set in the summer of 1986, the new season of Snowfall will once again center on Franklin and his entire family, who are now dealing with their newfound wealth. Franklin and the crew are about to have everything they've ever dreamed of until, of course, everything begins to unravel and they must fight to protect it all. When the cocaine epidemic becomes front-page news, soon lawmakers, law enforcement, and more are determined to deal with this drug epidemic by any means necessary.

    When it returns: Feb. 23 on FX and Hulu

    Watch the new season trailer here

    29. The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window

    Colleen E. Hayes / Netflix

    A satire of all the mystery movies, shows, and books we've become obsessed with, The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window follows Anna, whose life is pretty boring. She spends every day sitting with a glass of wine, reading a book, and staring out the window. However, when a handsome new neighbor moves across the street with his daughter, things take a turn. Suddenly, Anna witnesses a gruesome murder and now has to prove that it actually happened.

    Starring: Kristen Bell, Tom Riley, Mary Holland, Shelley Hennig, Christina Anthony, Samsara Yett, Cameron Britton, Benjamin Levy Aguilar, Michael Ealy, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 28 on Netflix

    Watch the trailer here

    30. Dollface, Season 2

    Jessica Brooks / Hulu

    This hilarious and underrated gem of a series returns with Season 2, and I couldn't be more excited. The new season of Dollface kicks off with Jules, living her post-pandemic and post heartbreak life, all on the brink of turning 30. Once again, Jules is struggling to figure out what exactly she wants out of life alongside her best friends, who are also navigating brand-new chapters.

    When it returns: Feb. 11 on Hulu

    Watch the new season trailer here

    31. The Dropout

    Beth Dubber / Hulu

    The Dropout chronicles the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her company, Theranos. The series details this unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong, and how the world's youngest self-made female billionaire lost it all so fast. 

    Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Naveen Andrews, William H. Macy, Laurie Metcalf, Elizabeth Marvel, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Kate Burton, and more

    When it premieres: March 3 on Hulu

    32. Archive 81

    Quantrell D. Colbert / Netflix

    This new supernatural thriller series follows Dan Turner, who takes a job restoring a collection of damaged videotapes from 1994. While reconstructing the work of documentary filmmaker Melody Pendras, he is drawn into her investigation of a dangerous cult at the Visser apartment building. When Dan and Melody form a mysterious connection, Dan becomes convinced that he can save her from the terrifying end she met 25 years ago.

    Starring: Mamoudou Athie, Dina Shihabi, Martin Donovan, Matt McGorry, Julia Chan, Evan Jonigkeit, Ariana Neal, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 14 on Netflix

    Watch the trailer here

    33. All American: Homecoming

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    This spin-off of All American follows Simone Kicks, a tennis hopeful from Beverly Hills, and Damon Sims, a baseball player from Chicago, as they navigate life at the prestigious HBCU Bringston University. Soon after arriving, Simone, Damon, and the rest of their friends struggle to balance typical college life with the high-stakes world of college sports.

    Starring: Geffri Maya, Peyton Alex Smith, Cory Hardrict, Kelly Jenrette, Sylvester Powell, Netta Walker, Camille Hyde, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 21 on The CW

    Watch the trailer here

    34. Resident Alien, Season 2

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    Resident Alien Season 2 picks up with Harry being stranded on Earth once again, only this time he must confront the consequences of having failed his people's mission to destroy the human race. Now, on a quest to protect the people of Earth, Harry struggles to hang onto his alien identity as his human emotions grow stronger day by day.

    When it returns: Jan. 26 on SYFY

    Watch the new season trailer here

    35. Better Things, Season 5

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    This critically-acclaimed series returns for a fifth and final season this February. The new season kicks off with Sam, our favorite unfiltered and unconventional mom, realizing she needs to find time for herself while juggling life as a single mom and being a working actor. All three of her daughters are coming of age while Sam is facing her own challenges alongside her aging mother. Better Things is such a hidden gem and it's a perfect time to catch up before it ends.

    When it returns: Feb. 28 on FX and Hulu

    36. Good Sam

    Ramona Diaconescu / CBS

    Sophia Bush returns to TV as Dr. Sam Griffith, a brilliant doctor who is living in the shadow of her dad, an equally gifted surgeon and the chief of surgery at the hospital they both work at. However, when her dad is shockingly shot and ends up in a coma for months, Sam steps up and becomes chief of surgery. Of course, Sam's dad eventually wakes up and now he must learn to work with Sam, who is his new boss.

    Starring: Sophia Bush, Jason Isaacs, Skye P. Marshall, Michael Stahl-David, Omar Maskati, Wendy Crewson, Edwin Hodge, and more

    When it premiered: Jan. 5 on CBS

    Watch the trailer here

    37. Sweet Magnolias, Season 2

    Richard Ducree / Netflix

    This heartwarming Netflix series returns with another season this February, just in time to cozy in for a weekend. Sweet Magnolias Season 2 picks up with Maddie, Helen, and Dana Sue learning who was in the car and it's just one of the many surprises about Prom night they learn about. Like any good soap opera, friendships are tested, new romances begin, old loves end, and so much more.

    When it returns: Feb. 4 on Netflix

    38. Law & Order, Season 21

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    The series that started it all returns this winter with Season 21. After a 12-year hiatus, Law & Order returns with Sam Waterston and a lot of original cast members. The new season will re-introduce us to our favorite detectives and attorneys as we learn what they've been up to and how they fit into the modern-day world of law enforcement in New York City.

    Starring: Sam Waterston, Anthony Anderson, Jeffrey Donovan, Camryn Manheim, Hugh Dancy, Odelya Halevi, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 24 on NBC

    39. Single Drunk Female

    Elizabeth Sisson / Freeform

    Single Drunk Female picks up after twenty-something alcoholic Samantha Fink endures a pretty embarrassing flame-out at her NYC job. In order to avoid jail time, she is given a chance to sober up by moving back home with her overbearing mother, Carol. Back in Boston, Samantha attempts to restart her life, working at the local grocery store, and attempting to avoid the triggers that may have led her to start drinking in the first place.

    Starring: Sofia Black-D’Elia, Ally Sheedy, Lily Mae Harrington, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 20 on Freeform and the next day on Hulu

    Watch the trailer here

    40. The Cleaning Lady

    Michael Desmond / Fox

    The Cleaning Lady follows Thony, a doctor who arrives in the US from the Philippines in search of treatment for her young son, who has been diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening immunodeficiency disorder. When she arrives in the US, she takes a job cleaning while stuck in Las Vegas after her visa expires. However, things take a turn when Thony witnesses a murder and she's now been recruited by a mobster to use her medical skills and erase evidence by cleaning crime scenes.

    Starring:¬†√Člodie Yung, Adan Canto, Oliver Hudson, Martha Millan, and more

    When it premiered: Jan. 3 on Fox

    Watch the trailer here

    41. Promised Land

    Daniel Delgado / ABC

    This new drama series follows the Sandovals, a multi-generational family who is vying for wealth and power in Sonoma Valley. Like every good family drama series, secrets are exposed and threaten to take down the empire this family has worked so hard to hold onto. 

    Starring: John Ortiz, Cecilia Suárez, Augusto Aguilera, Christina Ochoa, Bellamy Young, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 24 on ABC

    Watch the trailer here

    42. Severance

    Atsushi Nishijima / Apple TV+

    From Ben Stiller, Severance follows Mark Scout, who works at Lumon Industries, a place where the employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives. This daring experiment to try and find the perfect work-life balance is called into question as Mark finds himself at the center of a mystery that forces him to confront the true nature of his work.

    Starring: Adam Scott, Britt Lower, John Turturro, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette, and more

    When it premieres: Feb. 18 on Apple TV+

    Watch the trailer here

    43. Raising Dion, Season 2

    Kyle Kaplan / Netflix

    Raising Dion Season 2 picks up two years after Dion defeated the mysterious and evil Crooked Man. The new season follows Dion as he continues to hone his powers with continued support from his mom and Tevin, his Buona trainer. After befriending a new student, who is a fellow powered kid, Dion once again finds himself in danger as he navigates more twists and turns. 

    When it returns: Feb. 1 on Netflix

    44. The Endgame

    Eric Liebowitz / NBC

    This new series follows Elena Federova, a recently captured international arms dealer who is the brilliant criminal mastermind behind numerous bank heists throughout NYC. Elena continues to go head-to-head with Val Turner, a relentless FBI agent who will stop at nothing to foil Elena's ambitious plan, which is apparently just getting started. 

    Starring: Morena Baccarin, Ryan Michelle Bathé, Costa Ronin, Jordan Johnson-Hinds, Kamal Bolden, Noah Bean, Mark Damon Espinoz, and more 

    When it premieres: Feb. 21 on NBC

    Watch the teaser trailer here

    45. Somebody Somewhere


    Comedian Bridget Everett writes and stars in this new comedy series that follows Sam, a true Kansan on the surface who, beneath it all, struggles to fit the hometown mold she has grown up in. As Sam struggles with loss and acceptance, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, which leads her to a community of outsiders who don't fit in either but refuse to give up.

    Starring: Bridget Everett, Joel Hiller, Mary Catherine Garrison, Danny McCarthy, Mike Hagerty, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 16 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the trailer here

    46. Women of the Movement

    James Van Evers / ABC

    Set in 1955, this six-part series follows Mamie Till-Mobley, who is seeking justice after her son Emmett Till is viciously murdered in the Jim Crow South. Mamie's fight for justice for her son's death ultimately helps spawn the civil rights movement in the US. The series not only takes a look at Emmett Till's murder and the events after, but it also shows us how little progress we've actually made. 

    Starring: Adrienne Warren, Tonya Pinkins, Cedric Joe, Glynn Turman, Ray Fisher, Chris Coy, Julia McDermott, Carter Jenkins, Gary Basaraba, and more

    When it premiered: Jan. 6 on ABC

    Watch the trailer here

    47. Astrid and Lilly Save The World

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    A show described as Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Booksmart, this new series follows BFFs Astrid and Lilly, who accidentally crack open a portal to a terrifying (and quirky)  monster dimension. Soon, things get incredibly complicated for the duo as it's now up to them to vanquish creepy creatures and save the world, all while trying to survive the horrors of high school. 

    Starring: Jana Morrsion, Samantha Aucoin, and more

    When it premieres: Jan. 26 on SYFY

    Watch the trailer here

    We can't fit every show in one post, so are there any other new TV shows or brand-new seasons you're excited for this winter? Tell us in the comments below!

    Note: TV shows that already started their seasons in Fall 2021 are also returning this winter, like Grey's Anatomy, Station 19, Riverdale, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., Law & Order: SVU, and more