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Guests include Nick Kroll, Kumail Nanjiani, Tig Notaro, and more. (Showtime) Showtime's first true crime docuseries focuses on the Ethan Brown book of the same name, investigating the mysterious murders of eight women in a small town in Louisiana in the 2000s. (HBO) Jay and Mark Duplass' anthology series returns with 12 new episodes about an additional crop of guests who pass through the seemingly normal motel room and their various, odd stories. (Netflix) A dramatic series adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning story "An Unbelievable Story of Rape"about a serial rapist and the teenaged victim charged with lying about what truly happened to her.Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever lead the cast. creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg is sharing his talents with Amazon, with this adult animated series about a woman who, after a car accident, finds she has the ability to time-travel, which she uses to investigate her father’s death. (FX) Ryan Murphy's anthology series returns for its ninth season, which he revealed is set to be in part focused on the slasher horror genre of the '80s.Each episode focuses on a published column and stars talents like Tina Fey, Dev Patel, Anne Hathaway, and many others. , Season 2 (Showtime) Jim Carrey’s wonderful, criminally underrated series in which he plays a children's TV star is back, and this season sees more guests like Ariana Grande as a pickle fairy. (Hulu) Kat Dennings leads this comedy about a woman who lost sight of her friendships after getting wrapped up in a relationship, later attempting to reconnect with the friends she abandoned following a bad breakup. The popular series about the British monarchy is continuing with an all new cast, focusing on the years 1964-1977.Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter also join the ensemble.The series tracks their relationship, as well as the Bloom character's investigation into a malevolent force killing members of their society, making for a new kind of ambitious fantasy. (Netflix) It would be hard to forget Jim Henson's legendary original fantasy about the world of Thra, and now the story of the mystical Gelfings is picking back up in a new series for Netflix to satisfy all of your childhood yearnings.
To keep you sane as you set about diligently programming your VCR or other newfangled recording device, we've compiled this ridiculously comprehensive list of just about every major television premiere date announced so far, many of which we're excited about and will surely make it onto our list of the best TV shows of 2019.
The series comes from Adam Mc Kay ( **The Enemy Within (NBC) This spy thriller finds an FBI agent at his wit’s end on an impossible case, turning to a former CIA operative now imprisoned for going against the American government as his last resort to help track down the criminals he’s searching for. (ABC) This crime series balances a dramatic and comedic tone as it follows the undercover adventures of two CIA operatives, Whiskey Cavalier and Fiery Tribune, who often bump heads and fall in and out of love on their missions together. (Amazon Prime) Kate Beckinsale plays Georgia Wells, a woman in search of her presumably dead husband, in this thriller series.
While three years ago it was said her husband was killed in a plane crash over the Democratic Republic of Congo, she believes she sees him in the background of a news report, sending her on a frenzy to Congo to find out the truth. (HBO) A two-part documentary that premiered to controversy at Sundance is set to air on March 3 and 4 on HBO, chronicling two men's sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson. (Netflix) When a college student named Jack’s mother is murdered, he joins a secret society called The Order with plans to avenge her death and hopefully learn more about whatever hidden history haunts his family.
It's based on a real-life vacation they took, and watching it with a bottle of Pinot seems like an ideal way to spend an evening. (Showtime) From filmmaker Sacha Jenkins comes a four-party docuseries on hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan, chronicling their adolescent friendships in New York in the '70s and '80s to their breakout success and legacy.
The doc is set to feature interviews with all living members of the group, as well as never-before-seen archival footage. should binge the first four seasons of this addictive crime thriller before Season 5 drops this spring, as both shows were created by Jed Mercurio and Keeley Hawes turns up in both. (Hulu) A big-budget adaptation of the Joseph Heller novel exec-produced and co-starring George Clooney -- along with Kyle Chandler, Hugh Laurie, and many more -- is headed to Hulu. (Netflix) This series hinges on a central question: Can one bad decision change your entire life? The first season stars Renee Zellweger and focuses on a woman’s shady easy-money pitch to a pair of a newlyweds in San Francisco. (Nat Geo) A six-part dramatization of the popular Richard Preston book of the same name and historical event as scientists worked to stop the spread of the first Ebola outbreak. is about a young woman who returns to her hometown in Louisiana to look into the cause of what seems to be a deadly virus infecting the swamps…