TV Addicts, rejoice! To keep you plugged into what is premiering every month, we put together a monthly list of new TV series set to air! We’ve added a description and a trailer for each show, so all you have to do is choose what sounds good and start streaming!
By Mariam Elhamy
*Shows are listed in alphabetical order.
AlRAWABI SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
The bullied outcasts at the prestigious Al Rawabi School for Girls plot a series of risky takedowns to get back at their tormentors.
BROOKLYN NINE-NINE SEASON 8
With Jake and Amy having their first baby boy, we expect that this season will center around their relationship as working parents in the eighth and final season of the comedy.
In each episode of Bake Squad, four individually brilliant bakers will battle it out to see whose dessert will be chosen for someone’s extra special big day. These bakers have been personally selected by Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi, who built an empire on delicious cookie dough.
CAR MASTERS: SEASON 3
The colorful crew at Gotham Garage overhauls an eclectic collection of cars and trucks trading up to a showstopper they can sell for big bucks. As Gotham Garage’s star rises, Mark broadens his business strategy beyond “upgrade and trade” as he courts clients with big ideas and deep pockets.
CONTROL Z: SEASON 2
A hacker’s plot to reveal damaging stories of individuals at a Mexico high school and the one socially isolated girl named Sofia that attempts to uncover their identity before her own secrets get made public. The techno drama thriller shows the darker side of social media and how the difficulty of navigating high school only increases as technology expands.
COOKING WITH PARIS
With the help of her celebrity friends, TV personality Paris Hilton navigates new ingredients, new recipes and exotic kitchen appliances, going from the grocery store to the finished table spread.
CORONER: SEASON 3
The third season opens with Toronto coroner Jenny and homicide detective Donovan McAvoy (Roger Cross) investigating the death of a health care worker during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DC’S STARGIRL: SEASON 2
Season two introduces Thunderbolt (voiced by Jim Gaffigan), Eclipso (Nick Tarabay), and The Shade (Jonathan Cake).
Guests’ fantasies come true at a luxury resort run by Elena Roarke (Roselyn Sanchez) with help from Ruby Okoro (Kiara Barnes), and pilot Javier (John Gabriel Rodriquez) in this new version of the 1970s series of the same name.
Set in Georgia, wrestler Jack Spade (Stephen Amell) acts as the villainous antagonist to the hero played by younger brother Ace (Alexander Ludwig) as they seek to continue their late father’s dream of an independent wrestling league in this drama series created by Michael Waldron.
HIT & RUN
A man searching for the truth behind his wife’s death becomes caught up in a dangerous web of secrets and intrigue stretching from New York to Tel Aviv, Israel.
MODERN LOVE: SEASON 2
Modern Love is an exploration of all different kinds of love and relationships, this season has been filmed all over the world, with episodes set in Albany, New York and Dublin.
Failed-musician-turned-fifth-grade-teacher Josh Corman (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) struggles with how his life is going after a breakup with his girlfriend in this dramedy created and directed by Gordon-Levitt.
The comedy series from Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi follows four Indigenous teenagers in rural Oklahoma as they find ways (including stealing) to save money to move to California.
RIVERDALE: SEASON 5
From an epic senior prom to a bittersweet graduation, there are a lot of emotional moments and goodbyes yet to come—with some couples breaking up, as everyone goes their separate ways to college—or elsewhere. Then, they return as young adults, all returning to Riverdale to escape their troubled pasts. And life—and romance—will only be more complicated now that they’re in their twenties…
Dr. Ji-Yoon Kim (Sandra Oh) becomes the first woman of color named Chair of the English department at Pembroke University in this dramedy series written by Amanda Peet.
THE L WORD: GENERATION Q: SEASON 2
Sarah Finley, Gigi Ghorbani, Micah Lee, Shane McCutcheon, Dani Nùñez, Bette Porter, Alice Pieszecki, Angelica Porter-Kennard, and Sophie Suarez continue to juggle work and relationships in Los Angeles in the second season.
TITANS: SEASON 3
The live-action series based on the Teen Titans characters introduces the Scarecrow (Vincent Kartheiser) and Barbara Gordon (Savannah Welch).
TOP SECRET UFO PROJECTS: DECLASSIFIED
The series will explore the idea that aliens exist among us and that this knowledge has been covered up by the government for years.
VALERIA: SEASON 2
A Writer in creative and marital crises finds support from three friends, who are also discovering themselves. Based on the novels by Elisabet Benavent. Valeria and friends are back with a second round of love and drama.