As we did in 2017, we're keeping track of all the new and old TV shows coming this year. Spoiler: There's a lot! So if you're curious about when Roseanne returns or when that weird Brit hit Rellik finally makes its way stateside, bookmark this ridiculously comprehensive, passionately curated, and always updated guide to fill out your own 2018 premiere-date calendar. (Keep your eyes peeled for link-outs to sneak-peek pilots.)
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Big Brother (CBS)
I know! They are still making this show!! But this isn't just any old Big Brother, this is a wild celebrity edition, starring the likes of Omarosa Manigault, Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath, the basketball player f.k.a. Ron Artest, Real Housewife Brandi Glanville, and Rudy Huxtable.
Channel Zero: Butcher's Block (Syfy)
Season 3 of the creepypasta anthology stars Teen Wolf's Holland Roden and SARWoods' otherworldly staircases.
Queer Eye (Netflix)
The reboot of Bravo's popular makeover series finally arrives.
The war for the Holy Grail continues in Part 2 of this stunning anime, whose world is expansive and convoluted. (See: Fate/stay night and Fate/Zero, also available on Netflix.)
Grand Prix Driver** (Amazon)
An inside look at the "highly secretive" world of Formula 1 racing and the McLaren team, narrated by Michael Douglas.
Here and Now** (HBO)
Created by Alan Ball (Six Feet Under), this is the story of a multiracial family whose bonds are tested when "when one of the children begins seeing things which the rest cannot."
Carrie moves back to D.C. to release 200 members of the intelligence community, arrested by President Keane on no charges. Like a Beltway Tommy Wiseau, she'll probably yell, "You're tearing me apart, POTUS!"
Our Cartoon President** (Showtime)
Need more Trump satire? (Really?) OK, here's animated Trump satire, executive produced by Stephen Colbert. (First episode here.)
Stargate: Origins** (Stargate Command)
A prequel series that can only be watched on Stargate's official website.
Everything Sucks!** (Netflix)
A coming-of-age saga about the clashes of one high school's A/V and Drama clubs.
Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon)
Season 4, if you can believe it. (If you can't, the name is a good reminder to watch The Lost City of Z, one of 2017's better movies!)
The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale** (Netflix)
Really, The Soup: The Sequel.
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO)
Will he finally make Donald Drumpf again? The ruthless host comes back to make sense of everything that's happening (or happened last week).
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Star Wars Rebels (Disney XD)
If you're clamoring for more Star Wars -- we don't blame you -- this canon animated show should suffice.
Death Row Chronicles** (BET)
A docu-series about the titular record label's rise and fall, featuring interviews with such key figures as Suge Knight, Kurupt, and Michel'le.
Seven Seconds** (Netflix)
Mirroring today's controversial relationship with police, race, and media, an anthological thriller that "gives viewers a glimpse into the human stories behind the headlines."
The Tick (Amazon)
Part 2 of the show's first season -- in other words, a good excuse to once again yell SPOON!!
Ugly Delicious** (Netflix)
Momofuku's David Chang travels the world to discuss food as a bridge between cultures. Guests include Jimmy Kimmel, comedienne Ali Wong, and former Walking Dead star Steve Yuen.
Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz)
Easily one of the grossest shows on TV, the titular dolt (Bruce Campbell) enters Season 3 wondering if he'll be able to save humankind and be a good dad.