Every Upcoming TV Show Premiere and Return Date of Spring 2018

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Every Upcoming TV Show Premiere and Return Date of Spring 2018

It was recently reported that Netflix plans to release around 700 original series in 2018, in addition to the 80 original films it already had planned for this year. Great, Netflix. Dream big. But was the plan to release all of this stuff in March and April? Because it certainly seems like that was the goal.

The early spring premiere season is heavy on shows and movies from the streaming giant, including a four-part spinoff of indulgent cooking series Chef’s Table that concentrates just on pastries, and the new Adam Sandler movie, The Week Of.

This, however, in no way means that the other channels are slacking off. New series like The CW’s Life Sentence and NBC’s Rise—which respectively welcome Pretty Little Liars’ Lucy Hale and How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor back to TV—are also set to premiere. Meanwhile, documentaries like Nat Geo’s One Strange Rock and Hulu’s March of the Penguins 2 will make us think about the world around us from the comfort of our couches. Add them to the list for expected dinner party conversations that also includes the upcoming new seasons of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and HBO’s Westworld—and the (sniff) final seasons of Fox’s New Girl and FX’s The Americans.

Here are the March and April premiere dates for these and many other new and returning shows.

March 2

B The Beginning (Netflix) The new Netflix animated series follows the hunt for a serial killer through a mysterious criminal underground.

Bridezillas (WE) There’s a new batch of brides from hell in the revival of this long-running reality series.

Bring It! (Lifetime) It’s the fifth season of this reality series that follows a Jackson, Mississippi dance instructor and her hip-hop majorette troupes.

Flint Town (Netflix) The documentary series checks in on this Michigan city’s long-running water crisis, this time from the perspective of its law enforcement.

Girls Incarcerated (Netflix) A new documentary series that looks at the perils of teen incarceration in America.

Laurieann Gibson: Beyond the Spotlight (Lifetime) A look at the choreographer and creative director known for working with the likes of Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj.

Ravenous (Les Affamés) The U.S. debut for the acclaimed Canadian horror film about a zombie epidemic in rural Quebec.

Malena Pichot: Estupidez compleja (Netflix) In her stand-up special, the Argentine comedienne covers topics like feminism, abortion, and other light-hearted matters.

MasterChef Junior (Fox) The sixth season of the kid-focused cooking competition series welcomes back judge Joe Bastianich, who left the series in 2015 when his schedule got to crammed. Other returning chefs are Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi.

Natalia Valdebenito: El Especial (Netflix) Activism and female empowerment take central focus in this Chilean comedienne’s stand-up special.

Voltron: Legendary Defender (Netflix) It’s the six-episode fifth season of this popular sci-fi animated series.

March 3

2018 Independent Spirit Awards (IFC) John Mulaney and Nick Kroll hosted this year’s ceremony, which saw Jordan Peele’s Get Out take home the top prize of Best Feature.

Bad Tutor (Lifetime) A movie very much on brand for the network, this story follows a male tutor who becomes obsessed with his pupil because she reminds him of the girl he left behind—at the bottom of a cliff.

Buyers Bootcamp with Scott McGillivray (DIY) For the amateur house-flippers among us, this series follows McGillivary as he takes newbie investors under his wing and teaches them how to turn a profit out of their property.

Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards (OWN) The annual event celebrated Black women in entertainment such as Lena Waithe, Angela Bassett, and Lupita Nyong’o.

Hear Me, Love Me, See Me (TLC) Christine Lakin hosts the new dating series, which lets one single lady decide on three potential matches by only using POV cameras and streaming technology.

Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN) The new season of the inspirational speaker and author’s motivational series will cover everything from crack addiction to fame addiction.

Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue (Nat Geo Wild) The new reality series follows the staff at the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region as they risk their lives to save animals big and small.

March 4

90th Annual Academy Awards (ABC) No envelopegate this year as The Shape of Water took home the Best Picture Oscar.

Billy Graham: An Extraordinary Journey (Fox) A special tribute to the late evangelist offered an inside-look at his life.

The Good Fight (CBS All Access) Lawyers be dying in the second season opener of this spinoff to The Good Wife.

Sundays with Alec Baldwin (ABC) Jerry Seinfeld and Kate McKinnon were the featured guests on the temperamental actor’s new weekly talk show.

March 5

Cleopatra (Smithsonian) Notable historians and scene recreations give life an a new perspective to one of one of history’s more infamous and ruthless legends.

Delicious (Acorn TV) Iain Glen’s lead, Leo Vincent, may have died last season, resulting in his wife and ex-wife partnering together to turn his flailing hotel around. But that doesn’t stop him from ruminating from beyond the grave.

Divided States (A&E) This docu-series examines how hate crimes and racial tensions are impacting communities in both the United States and Europe.

The Golden State Killer: It’s Not Over (ID) Experts come together to discuss the person responsible for 170 incidents of burglary, rape, and murder from 1974 to 1986 in California.

Shifting Gears with Aaron Kaufman (Discovery) This new reality show about the custom cars business stars Fast N’ Loud’s Aaron Kaufman.

The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes (Netflix) The streaming channel plays home to the British reality series where architect Piers Taylor and actress (and property enthusiast) Caroline Quentin explore unconventional homes in extreme places around the world.

March 6

Borderliner (Netflix) A police detective covers up a murder case to protect his family. But things don’t end there in crime drama from Norway.

The Curse of Civil War Gold (History) Treasure hunter Kevin Dykstra and his team are determined to find $140 million worth of gold apparently lying at the bottom of Lake Michigan in this new reality show.

Gad Elmaleh: American Dream (Netflix) It’s the first English-language special for the popular Moroccan-French standup.

March 7

Back (Sundance Now) It’s the second season of comedy team David Mitchell and Robert Webb’s awkwardly funny British comedy about a man (Mitchell) who returns to his hometown after his dad passes away.

Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway (Ovation) It’s an unauthorized documentary, but Ovation is not gonna give away its shot.

Hap and Leonard: The Two-Bear Mambo (Sundance TV) The third chapter in the series based on the Joe Lansdale books adds actors like Louis Gossett Jr., Corbin Bersen, and Andrew Dice Clay to a cast led by James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams.

Hard Sun (Hulu) The Neil Cross-created new British crime drama stars Agyness Deyn and Jim Sturgess.

Life Sentence (The CW) Lucy Hale stars as Stella, a woman who finds that her terminal cancer has been cured and now has to figure out how to adult.

The Men Who Built America: Frontiersmen (History) The new docu-series charts the first 75 years of the United States and looks at figures like Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clark, and Andrew Jackson.

My 600-lb Life: Skin Tight (TLC) The 13-episode season follows plastic surgeons and their formerly obese patients.

Secret Lives of the Super Rich (CNBC) It’s the seventh season of this series that unlocks the mansions and lets us commoners see how the one-percenters live.

March 8

Bad Guys: Vile City (Netflix) The South Korean crime drama follows an elite squad planning to take down a powerful megalomaniac.

Champions (NBC) Executive produced by Mindy Kaling and Charlie Grandy, this comedy follows a pair of gym-owning brothers who get more than they bargained for when one of them finds out he has a teenage son.

Ladies First (Netflix) A documentary short about Deepika Kumari, an Indian woman born into poverty who rose to become the best archer in the world.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones (Netflix) Star Krysten Ritter’s back in her motorcycle boots and kicking ass.

The Oath (Crackle) The new series about a secret gang of cops counts 50 Cent as one of its producers and stars Sean Bean and Ryan Kwanten.

Truck Night in America (History) This new reality competition series follows those determined to drive the toughest truck obstacle course.

March 9

A.I.C.O. Incarnation (Netflix) The new Japanese anime ONA series is set in a futuristic world after a biological research project goes awry.

Collateral (Netflix) David Hare’s new crime drama stars Carey Mulligan as a London detective who uncovers a drug-related conspiracy while investigating a murder.

Love (Netflix) It’s the third and final season of stars Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs’ disastrously dark “romantic comedy.”

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition (WE) The stars who keep the gossip rags in business are fighting it out and rebuilding their lives with the help of experienced therapists.

Nailed It (Netflix) This cooking show attempts to be the American version of The Great British Bake Off as it lets everyday homemakers strive to make extravagant desserts.

The Outsider (Netflix) The film, which stars Jared Leto as freed POW in post-war Japan who ends up being a member of the yakuza, has already been under fire for whitewashing.

The Remix (Amazon) Musicians compete to remix popular Bollywood music in this new reality show.

Sneaky Pete (Amazon) It’s the second season of this crime drama created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore that stars Giovanni Ribisi as a conman masquerading as his old cell mate.

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (Netflix) The party’s still popping for Queen Poppy, Branch, and everyone else in Troll Village.

March 10

Stalked by a Reality Star (Lifetime) This new TV movie follows a teenage girl who flirts with a reality TV star—but later learns he’s not as charming as he seems on screen.

The Zoo (Animal Planet) An inside look at the goings on at the Bronx zoo.

March 11

American Idol (ABC) New network. Same singing competition.

American Dynasties: The Kennedys (CNN) Martin Sheen narrates this documentary about one of America’s most famous families.

American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. the World (NBC) This three-hour special will feature teams from North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

The Arrangement (E!) “No one wants to watch people have a great life,” costar Michael Vartan recently teased in regards to the second season of his drama about a marriage of convenience in Hollywood.

Bar Rescue (Paramount) Nightlife expert Jon Taffer strives to save watering holes whose owners are down on their luck.

Deception (ABC) With executive producers that include Blindspot creator Martin Gero, this series follows a mater illusionist who begins to work for the FBI after his career his besieged by scandal.

iHeartRadio Music Awards (TBS, TNT and truTV) DJ Khaled and Hailey Baldwin host this edition of the annual music celebration.

Naked and Afraid (Discovery) It’s the ninth season of this series that leaves two (naked) strangers alone in the wilderness

O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession (Fox) The disgraced football star continues to make a mockery of the still officially unsolved murders of his ex-wife wife Nicole and her friend, Ron Goldman.

Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History (CNN) Liam Neeson narrates this special about the Vatican leaders and their powerful holds on people and places.

The Royals (E!) It’s the fourth season of the sudsy drama, which also saw a scandal off screen when creator Mark Schwahn was fired from it amid sexual harassment allegations.

The Supervet (Nat Geo Wild) The new reality series focuses on the charismatic Noel Fitzpatrick and his team as they offer a bedside manner lacking from most doctors with human patients.

Timeless (NBC) The second season of the time-traveling adventure series starts with a big one. The season opener is titled “The War to End All Wars.”

March 12

Evil Talks: Chilling Confession (ID) Go inside the interrogation room to see what it really takes to get suspects to talk in this new series.

Mary Kills People (Lifetime) Caroline Dhavernas returns as the ER doc who puts people out of their misery.

Spring Baking Championship (Food) It’s the fourth season of this cooking competition show, which focuses on seasonal-specific treats and festivities.

Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant (MTV) This new 14-episode docu-series expands on the popular Teen Mom franchise.

Traffic Stop (HBO) This documentary film follows what happens when things go awry with a routine traffic stop for Breaion King, a 26 year-old African-American school teacher from Austin, Texas.

March 13

Back in the Game (CNBC) Executive produced by Michael Strahan and hosted by Alex Rodriguez, this series helps former athletes who are now in dire straits get back on their feet.

The Big Interview With Dan Rather (AXS) Robert Plant is the special guest in this season’s premiere episode.

The Book of John Gray (OWN) This dramedy/documentary series hybrid follows John Gray, an associate pastor at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church in Houston.

Children of the Whales (Netflix) This animated series is set in a lost world where survivors cling to a floating city of clay and magic called the Mud Whale.

For the People (ABC) This new series, whose executive producers include Shonda Rhimes, is set in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and stars Anna Deavere Smith.

Forged in Fire (History) It’s the fifth season of this reality competition series where ace blacksmiths recreate vintage weaponry.

Ricky Gervais: Humanity (Netflix) It’s the opinionated comic’s first special in seven years and he’s not holding back. The logline promises he’ll cover “celebrity, mortality, and a society that takes everything personally.”

Rise (NBC) Josh Radnor stars in this musical dramedy about a fledgling high school drama program from Parenthood’s Jason Katims and Broadway producer Jeffrey Seller (Hamilton; Rent).

Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout (Netflix) This animated series based on the Gen Xers’ (and now their kids’) favorite toy has a choose-your-own-adventure element to it.

Terrace House: Opening New Doors (Netflix) This Japanese reality series is set in Karuizawa and follows a bunch of strangers picked to live in a house and have their lives taped …

The Zimmern List (Travel) Longtime Travel Channel personality Andrew Zimmern’s new show goes beyond just bizarre foods as he takes audiences on tours of his favorite things about his favorite cities.

March 14

The Mountain Lion and Me (Smithsonian) Montana-based wildlife filmmaker Casey Anderson documents his relationship with his BFF: a mountain lion whom he calls Mama Mo.

March 15

Flip or Flop Vegas (HGTV) It’s the second season of married house flippers Bristol and Aubrey Marunde’s Sin City-set reality show.

Tabula Rasa (Netflix) This new series centers on an amnesia-stricken young woman who becomes the central figure in a disappearance investigation.

Tough Mudder: Tougher Together (The CW) This one-hour special celebrates the personal struggles and triumphs of three teams competing in the Tough Mudder endurance racing challenge.

March 16

Benji (Netflix) Because nothing is sacred and everything gets a remake, this modern-day adaptation of the classic film focuses on one orphaned puppy and two capricious New Orleans school kids who strike up a friendship him.

Beyond the Opposite Sex (Showtime) A check in with the subjects of the premium cable channel’s 2004 documentary about people going through gender affirmation surgeries.

Edha (Netflix) The streaming channel’s first Argentine original series comes from filmmaker Daniel Burman and follows a single mother who is pushed to her limits when she meets a handsome and mysterious man.

The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (Netflix) Josh Brolin and Danny McBride star as a great hunter and his cameraman who set out to connect with the former’s young son in this film directed by Eastbound & Down and Vice Principals creator Jody Hill.

On My Block (Netflix) Four street-wise kids rely on friendship to survive as they come of age in inner city Los Angeles.

Spirit Riding Free (Netflix) It’s the fourth season of this computer animated family-friendly series based on the 2002 Oscar contender, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.

Striking Out (Acorn TV) It’s the second season of this Irish legal drama about the goings on at a fledgling Dublin firm.

Take Your Pills (Netflix) A documentary on what drugs like Adderall are doing to hyper-competitive students.

Wild Wild Country (Netflix) This six-part documentary executive produced by Jay and Mark Duplass reexamines a 1981 incident in Oregon where an Indian cult leader and his followers most certainly did not get along with the area’s other residents.

The Secret Life of Kids (USA Network) A new unscripted series where hidden cameras captures kids’ thoughts on topics like love, hate, relationships, and lying.

March 17

Aaron Hernandez Uncovered (Oxygen) This two-party documentary revisits the tragic events of the NFL player’s murder trial and suicide.

Christiane Amanpour: Sex & Love Around the World (CNN) The respected journalist is taking a break from war correspondence for this six-part series that explores relationships around the world.

Mommy’s Little Angel (Lifetime) Twelve-year-old Katie loves living with her cousin’s family after her mom’s apparent suicide—maybe a little too much.

March 18

Death Row Stories (HLN) It’s the third season of this Susan Sarandon-narrated true crime series that seeks to understand if capital punishment is truly effective and necessary.

Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER (Nat Geo Wild) Dr. Susan Kelleher and her staff at South Florida’s Broward Avian and Exotics Animal Hospital return for a sixth season.

Genius Junior (NBC) Neil Patrick Harris—who knows a thing or two about kid geniuses—hosts this new game show for child brainiacs.

Guy’s Grocery Games: DDD All-Star Tournament (Food) Guy Fieri brings back the best chefs from Diners Drive-Ins and Dive and Guy’s Grocery Games for another chance to put their cooking and grocery shopping skills to the test.

Instinct (CBS) Alan Cumming plays a former CIA op who helps the NYPD catch a serial killer. We wish it had singing and dancing too.

Little Big Shots (NBC) Steve Harvey returns to this adorable kid-focused talent show.

The Midwife’s Deception (Lifetime) Katie Savoy and Penelope Mitchell star in Lifetime’s latest campy offering—this one about a midwife who is more than she seems.

Unmasking a Killer (HLN) The new true-crime series, which comes with an accompanying podcast, focuses on the Golden State Killer.

March 19

Arthur Miller: Writer (HBO) Documentarian Rebecca Miller explores the complicated life of her late father.

Epic Warrior Women (Smithsonian) The new series premieres with an episode dedicated to Greek Amazon mythology.

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (VH1) This is the seventh season of the reality series—and the first not to include Joseline Hernandez after her departure last season.

Silicon Valley: The Untold Story (Science) This new three-part documentary will investigate just how this Northern California community became a breeding ground for tech.

March 20

Adam Ruins Everything (truTV) Adam Conover returns to debunk some of our most-held pop culture myths—but there’s a twist. This time he gets animated.

The Chris Gethard Show (truTV) This season of Gethard’s awkwardly brilliant late-night talk show will feature guests like Method Man, Ellie Kemper, P. Diddy, John Oliver, and Paul Giamatti.

Love at First Flight (Lifetime) This dating reality show puts just-met couples on a cross-country flight—and gives them the option to wed when they disembark.

Mysteries of the Abandoned (Science) Some of the forgotten architectural achievements resurrected for the new season are Henry Ford’s Utopian city in Brazil and Fidel Castro’s prison complex in Cuba.

The Planets and Beyond (Science) Astronaut Mike Massimino returns as host for this series which, according to its logline, promises to take an “in-depth look at everything from Neptune and Uranus to alien planets and the sun.”

Shadowhunters (Freeform) Hamilton actor Javier Muñoz and Arrow actress Anna Hopkins join the cast of this supernatural drama’s third season.

The Standups (Netflix) Rachel Feinstein, Kyle Kinane, Joe List, Brent Morin, Aparna Nancherla, and Gina Yashere take the stage for the second season of this showcase that highlights comics who are maybe not (yet) household names.

You Me Her (AT&T, DirecTV) The third season of this polyromantic comedy returns and picks up after last season’s cliff-hanging breakup.

March 21

Bear Grylls: Face the Wild (Facebook) The famed survival expert heads back to the wild—except this time he’s bringing along a bunch of friends/super fans.

Cheap Eats (Cooking) The new season starts in Philadelphia as food blogger Ali Khan continues his quest for good food at a good price.

Krypton (Syfy) The long-awaited series from David S. Goyer and Damian Kindler is set 200 years before Superman’s birth and focuses on Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), the man who will one day be the Grandfather of Steel.

Little Women: LA (Lifetime) Fittingly, the title for this long-running reality show’s seventh episode premiere is “Lucky 7.”

March 22

Hustle & Soul (WE) It’s the second season of this reality show about soul food chef Lawrence Page and the goings on in his Brooklyn restaurant.

Rupaul’s Drag Race (VH1) Werk! Christina Aguilera is among the guests sashaying into the tenth season of this reality show.

RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked (VH1) The realty show’s after show gives an uncensored look at how the show gets made.

Station 19 (ABC) It’s the long-awaited fire fighter spinoff to Grey’s Anatomy. We’re sure it’s fine if you keep calling it Seattle Fire.

March 23

Alexa & Katie (Netflix) This new comedy from Hannah Montana alum Heather Wordham follows teen girls struggling with the perils of high school (and, for one, a cancer diagnosis).

Dinotrux Supercharged (Netflix) It’s the second season if this kid-friendly animated show.

Game Over, Man! (Netflix) This comedy from the Workaholics guys is about three friends who are just about to get their video game financed—until terrorists take their benefactor hostage.

Layla M. (Netflix) This film from The Netherlands focuses on a Muslim teenager dealing with racism in Amsterdam.

March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step (Hulu) The just-as-cute-to-watch follow-up to the 2005 documentary film is again voiced by Morgan Freeman.

O Mecanismo (Netflix) This new Brazilian political drama comes from Narcos’ José Padilha and Elena Soarez.

Requiem (Netflix) The new British supernatural thriller stars Lydia Wilson as a cellist whose mother’s suicide brings up unanswered questions from her past.

Roxanne Roxanne (Netflix) A biopic about teen battle rap champ, Roxanne Shante.

Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix) Joel McHale, Maggie Lawson, Gerald McRaney, and Zachary Knighton are among the guest stars in the second season of this zom-com.

Sword Gai: The Animation (Netflix) The new anime series stars Yūto Uemura as Gai Ogata, a young man who uses his sword as a prosthetic arm.

March 25

Barry (HBO) Bill Hader plays a hit man who finds that his true calling may be the stage in this new comedy.

Billions (Showtime) John Malkovich will guest star as a Russian billionaire in the third season of this financial drama (which is created by David Levien and Brian Koppelman, who previously cast him as a Russian mobster in Rounders … we’re sensing a theme).

Call the Midwife (PBS) The seventh season of this popular British period drama promises lots of emotion and a shocking death. (Obviously, don’t click that link if you’re going to watch).

Silicon Valley (HBO) More dick jokes. And more jokes about Thomas Middleditch’s Richard being a dick.

Trust (FX) Donald Sutherland plays penny-pinching megalomaniac millionaire J. Paul Getty Sr.—while Brendan Fraser steals scenes as his mysterious henchman—in Danny Boyle’s miniseries about the infamous 1973 kidnapping of John Paul Getty III.

March 26

One Strange Rock (Nat Geo) Will Smith—and a bunch of really awesome astronauts—narrate this documentary about the orb currently hurling us through space.

The Terror (AMC) Jared Harris, Tobias Menzies, and Ciarán Hinds star in this historical drama based on the Dan Simmons book.

Teyana & Iman (VH1) This reality show follows NBA star Iman Shumpert and his partner, musician-actress, Teyana Taylor.

The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (HBO) Director Judd Apatow’s four-and-a-half-hour tribute to his late mentor includes interviews with comics like Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Silverman as well as footage from Shandling’s life.

Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death (PBS) Sharon Stone narrates this documentary by Helen Whitney that follows nine people dealing with death in different ways.

March 27

Gangsters: America’s Most Evil (Reelz) The sixth season of this documentary series will explore the outlaws and thugs who inspired some of Hollywood’s most famous crime dramas.

The Jim Jeffries Show (Comedy Central) Hear him out. Seriously. This is a pretty great late-night show.

Roseanne (ABC) Brace yourself. The domestic goddess returns.

Splitting Up Together (ABC) Jenna Fischer and Oliver Hudson play a divorced couple who find that absence may make the heart grow fonder in Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek’s new rom-com.

James Acaster: Repertoire (Netflix) The set of four stand-up specials from the offbeat British comic are named Recognise, Represent, Reset, and Recap.

March 28

Alex, Inc. (ABC) Zach Braff plays a journalist-turned-podcast entrepreneur in this series based on the life of Gimlet Media’s Alex Blumberg.

The Americans (FX) Time to pack up the wigs. It’s the final season of this Reagan-era espionage drama that stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as the Russian spies who live among us.

Ice (AT&T, DirecTV) Cam Gigandet, Jeremy Sisto, Ray Winstone, Audrey Marie Anderson, Jocelyn Hudon, and Judith Shekoni return for the second season of this drama about the diamond trade.

Legendary Locations (Travel) Expedition Unknown host Josh Gates’ new show dives into the mysteries and untold stories of some of his favorite awe-inspiring locales.

Suits (USA Network) Despite some casting adjustments (cough. Thanks a lot, Prince Harry), the eighth season of this drama is ready to wear.

March 29

Grace vs. Abrams (A&E) This new weekly talk show sees legal analysts Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams debating infamous crimes and cases.

Invisible Killers (Science) The new series about deadly viruses debuts with an episode about, fittingly given this’ winter’s outbreaks, influenza.

Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48 (A&E) The infamous prosecutor’s new show walks us through the first hours of still-unsolved crimes.

Siren (Freeform) This new drama stars Eline Powell as a mermaid living among us.

March 30

2018 Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards (TV One) Contemporary gospel group Anthony Brown & group therapy lead this year’s award show with 10 nominations.

The Dangerous Book for Boys (Amazon) This new comedy, which is based on the best-selling book, comes from creators Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola.

First Match (Netflix) Written and directed by Olivia Newman, this film follows a teenage foster child who decides that wrestling boys is the only way to reconnect with her estranged father.

Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail (Discovery) Gold miner Parker Schnabel and his crew return for a second season as they head into the mountains of Guyana, South America.

Happy Anniversary (Netflix) Noel Wells and Ben Schwartz star in this romantic comedy about a couple whose third anniversary makes them decide if they should throw in the towel.

Rapture (Netflix) The new hip-hop documentary, which looks at the art form’s impact on the global scale, features the likes of Nas, Logic, T.I., 2 Chainz, and more.

ReBoot: The Guardian Code (Netflix) This new live-action/CGI-animated television series follows four teenagers who are recruited to protect cyberspace.

A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix) The second season of this series, which stars Patrick Warburton and Neil Patrick Harris, is said to follow books five through nine of the Lemony Snicket series.

Sofía Niño de Rivera: Selección natural (Netflix) This special stars the infamously self-deprecating Mexican stand-up and actress.

Trailer Park Boys (Netflix) The twelfth season of this Canadian mockumentary is the last one for security guard Jim Lahey. Actor John Dunsworth passed away last year and the part will not be recast.

Trump: An American Dream (Netflix) Ironically, this film was produced in the U.K.

New Wave: Dare to be Different (Showtime) Ellen Goldfarb’s documentary about WLIR 92.7, the Long Island radio station that was essential listening for area kids in the ’80s. In addition to archival footage, there’s interviews with Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, and Billy Idol.

March 31

Operation Odessa (Showtime) A true-crime documentary that has a little something for everyone, this is the story of three friends who set out to hustle the Russian mob, the Cali cartel, and the DEA.

April 1

The Child of Time (PBS) Benedict Cumberbatch stars in this adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel about a children’s book author coping with the loss of his own child.

In Ice Cold Blood (Oxygen) Ice-T hosts this true-crime series that uses in-depth interviews, reenactments and archival footage to explore stories of sex, money, murder or (sometimes) all of the above.

Jesus Christ Superstar Live! (Fox) John Legend takes center stage in the latest live made-for-TV musical production.

Your Husband is Cheating on Us (Bravo) Among those set to appear in this show about the goings on behind the scenes of a touring musical are Ginuwine, D’atra Hicks, Tondy Gallant and Lia Grant.

April 2

The Crossing (ABC) Steve Zahn and Sandrine Holt star in this futuristic sci-fi drama about refugees from a war-torn country who begin to seek asylum in a small U.S. town.

Flipping Virgins (HGTV) Host Egypt Sherrod returns to help newcomers to the Atlanta, Ga. housing market survive.

April 3

Good Bones (HGTV) Mother-daughter duo Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak are back to revitalize Indianapolis one house at a time.

The Last O.G. (TBS) Tracy Morgan plays an ex-con who finds that the Brooklyn he knew is gone and that the woman he left behind (Tiffany Haddish) has moved on and taken their kids with her.

Legion (FX) Navid Negahban joins the cast of creator Noah Hawley’s spellbinding superhero series as the mysterious Shadow King.

April 4

Famous in Love (Freeform) Star Bella Thorne’s dramedy gets a supped-up two-hour premiere to launch its second season.

Iron Chef Gauntlet (Food) This year’s crop of fierce Iron Chefs are Stephanie Izard, Alex Guarnaschelli and, returning for the show’s sophomore season, Michael Symon.

National Treasure: Kiri (Hulu) The second part of this British anthology series focuses on the abduction of a young girl and explores topics like race and privilege.

The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo) Ten years of drama and no sense of stopping.

I Am MLK Jr. (Paramount) Filmmaker Derik Murray, who has already made documentaries exploring the lives of the likes of Heath Ledger and Johnny Cash, will turn his attention to the Civil Rights hero.

April 5

Imposters (Bravo) It’s the second season of this dark comedy about a con artist (Inbar Lavi) who, along with her teammates, is expertly skilled at getting people to fall in love with her.

Jersey Shore Family Vacation (MTV) We know. We’ve missed them too.

Southern Charm (Bravo) It’s a new helping of Southern-fried drama for the fifth season of this reality show.

April 6

The Boss Baby: Back in Business (Netflix) A spinoff of the DreamWorks movie. This one doesn’t include Alec Baldwin.

Ram Dass, Going Home (Netflix) In this documentary, we check in with the spiritual leader and free love icon 20 years after he suffered a life-altering stroke.

April 7

The Adventures of Buckeye Bottoms (Nat Geo Wild) The Maui-based vet and his dog travel around the island in their mobile vet clinic.

Nate & Jeremiah by Design (TLC) It’s the second season of designer Nate Berkus and his family’s reality show.

Paterno (HBO) Al Pacino stars in this biopic about the Penn State sexual assault investigation.

Trading Spaces (TLC) The beloved renovation show gets a reboot and brings back old favorites like host Paige Davis.

April 8

Ballmastrz: 9009 (Adult Swim) Natasha Lyonne stars in this new futuristic animated series about a party girl turned potential savior.

Deadly Intelligence (Science) The premiere episode of this series, which investigates bizarre deaths, will focus on scientist Frank Olson. He was also recently the subject of Errol Morris’ Netflix project, Wormwood.

Howards End (Starz) Writer Kenneth Lonergan adapted the E.M. Foster novel for this miniseries, which stars Hayley Atwell, Philippa Coulthard, Alex Lawther, and Tracey Ullman and is directed by Hettie MacDonald.

Killing Eve (BBC America) Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer star in this sarcastic and scary crime drama from Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Real Money (AXS) Every musician needs a reality show! This time it’s Eddie Money and his family of seven.

Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar (AXS) It’s the third season of this reality show that finds the legendary musician chatting it up with the likes of Dave Grohl, Roger Daltrey, Sarah McLachlan, Bob Weir, Pat Benatar, and Neil Giraldo.

Unforgotten (PBS) Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar play police officers investigating a forgotten murder of a boy whose diary implicates four otherwise unconnected couples.

Jeremy Wade’s Mighty Rivers (Animal Planet) The biologist and extreme angler investigates the disappearance of freshwater creatures from our waters.

April 10

Fixer Upper: Behind the Design (HGTV) Designer couple Chip and Joanna Gaines’ new show goes behind the scenes for an in-depth look at decorating and staging strategies.

New Girl (Fox) The eight-episode final season of the adorkable comedy stars with a four-year time jump.

April 11

America Inside Out With Katie Couric (Nat Geo) The venerable journalist plans to dive into the untold stories of all Americans, regardless of their politics, race or class.

The Expanse (Syfy) Elizabeth Mitchell and David Strathairn also join the cast for the third season of this sci-fi drama.

Sell It Like Serhant (Bravo) Real estate guru Ryan Serhant travels around the country to help salespeople their numbers around and save their jobs.

Staten Island Hustle (CNBC) This new series follows a group of friends and businessmen who are actively looking for an investment project.

GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II (PBS) This documentary about American Jews who served in the military during World War II.

April 12

SuperMansion (Crackle) It’s the third season of this stop-motion animated series, which includes the voices of Bryan Cranston, Keegan-Michael Key, and Saturday Night Live’s Heidi Gardner.

April 13

Bosch (Amazon) The fourth season of the police procedural drama inspired by the Michael Connelly books focuses on the author’s 1999 novel, Angels Flight.

Chef’s Table: Pastry (Netflix) The franchise saves room for dessert with this new spinoff.

Come Sunday (Netflix) Chiwetel Ejiofor, Martin Sheen, and Danny Glover star in this story about pastor Carlton Pearson, who risked everything when he dared to question church doctrine.

Lost in Space (Netflix) Danger, Will Robinson. It’s another reboot of a classic TV series. This one stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker and Parker Posey.

Rellik (Cinemax) It’s a crime story told in reverse (in case you didn’t already get that from the title, which is the word “killer” spelled backward).

Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas (HBO) Another late-night intellectual news show to put on your agenda, The Daily Show’s Cenac’s new 10-episode series includes documentary style field reports and in-studio commentary about the state of our country. To add to its cache, fellow TDS alum Hallie Haglund serves as head writer and O.J.: Made in America’s Ezra Edelman is one of the executive producers.

April 14

Elvis Presley: The Searcher (HBO) This three-hour documentary explores The King’s childhood through final sessions.

April 15

53rd Academy of Country Music Awards (CBS) Legend Reba McEntire hosts this year’s country music extravaganza.

The Circus (Showtime) CBS News correspondent Alex Wagner replaces the disgraced Mark Halperin in the new season of this political news magazine.

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC) Lennie James’ TWD character Morgan and heads west for this spinoff series, which also adds Lost alum Maggie Grace as a new cast member.

April 17

Civilizations (PBS) This miniseries looks at art’s impact around the globe from the dawn of human history to the present day.

April 20

The Originals (The CW) After five seasons, The CW is putting a stake in this Vampire Diaries spinoff.

April 22

Into the Badlands (AMC) Season three of this martial arts drama finds Sunny (Daniel Wu) joining forces with Bajie (Nick Frost) after his infant son mysteriously falls ill.

Westworld (HBO) Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy’s sci-fi Western is turning Japanese for this season with a new Imperial-themed park.

April 24

The 100 (The CW) Last season’s finale revealed that the stranded Clarke (Eliza Taylor) made contact with a ship … except it wasn’t the one she was looking for. More specifically, creator Jason Rothenberg told the Comic-Con audience that it is a prison ship from Earth carrying captives from before the apocalypse 100 years ago.

Genius (Nat Geo) The sophomore season of this anthology biopic focuses on Pablo Picasso. Antonio Banderas stars.

April 25

Archer (FXX) Subtitled Danger Island, the ninth season of this animated espionage comedy is set in 1939. Our hero, Sterling Archer, (H. Jon Benjamin) has become a moderately-functioning alcoholic seaplane pilot.

Brockmire (IFC) The season two premiere of this comedy sees Hank Azaria’s disgraced sports announcer heading to New Orleans.

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) It’s the second season of this Emmy-winning, more-topical-than-ever dystopian drama.

My Partner Knows Best (Lifetime) Actors Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen host this new relationship comedy game show.

Nova Wonders (PBS) A new spin-off of the long-running Nova programs, this show will strive for answers to scientific mysteries such as if animals have a secret language and if AI technologies could surpass human abilities.

April 26

Quantico (ABC) Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra) must give up her care-free existence in Italy when Ryan (Jake McLaughlin) convinces her to come back into the fold.

April 27

All or Nothing: The Dallas Cowboys (Amazon) The third season of this Emmy-winning docu-series will focus on the Texas football team’s 2017 season.

The Week Of (Netflix) Adam Sandler’s latest movie also stars Chris Rock and Steve Buscemi and follows the parents of a soon-to-be-married couple.

April 28

The Beach House (Hallmark) Andie MacDowell, Minka Kelly and Chad Michael Murray star in this TV movie based on the Mary Alice Monroe book.

April 29

Good Witch (Hallmark) The fourth season of this heartwarming series sees Catherine Bell’s Cassie happily engaged and continuing to work her special brand of magic on those who matter to her most. But does this mean she can fix Grace (Bailee Madison) and Nick’s (Rhys Matthew Bond) friendship?

April 30

AMC Visionaries: James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction (AMC) The next chapter in this docu-series—last season focused on The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman and comic books—will see the Terminator and Aliens filmmaker go deep into the roots of sci-fi in conversations with the likes of George Lucas and Ridley Scott.

Dancing with the Stars (ABC) It’s the all-athletes edition of this long-running celebrity (or “celebrity”) dancing competition series. Is it safe to assume some recent Olympians will be in that mix? Probably.

Elementary (CBS) The sixth season of this crime procedural, which stars Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu as a modern-day Holmes and Watson.

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