Last week, the Water Cooler focused on the U.S. TV networks’ midseason series. This week we’re headed over to cable, pay-TV and online digital channels like Amazon and Netflix (even PlayStation!) to see what’s debuting in the first part of 2015. Several of the new series debuting are reality/docuseries — including Lifetime’s Big Women, Big Love and Child Genius and A&E’s Wild Transport and Nightwatch and Donnie Loves Jenny, Bravo’s Best New Restaurant and Travel Channel’s Expedition Unknown — but below is a roundup of scripted series, which are much more likely to travel internationally in the months to come.

Hindsight (VH1)
Premiered January 7
An hour-long drama series that follows a woman who, while wrestling with doubts on the eve of her second wedding, finds herself sent back to 1995 — to the day of her first wedding.

Babylon (SundanceTV)
Premiered January 8
Limited drama series that satirizes London’s largest police force, and sees a new media-savvy American pulled in to help fix the force’s public relations problems.

Togetherness (HBO)
Premiered January 11
This comedy series —already renewed for a second season — follows two couples living under the same roof.

12 Monkeys (SyFy)
Premiered January 16
Imprisoned in the 2030s, James Cole is recruited for a mission that will send him back to the 1990s.

Grantchester (PBS)
Premiered January 18
Follows two unlikely allies as they solve a series of murder cases in 1950s England.

K.C. Undercover (Disney Channel)
Premiered January 18
K.C. is 16, and just discovered that her parents are spies. And they want her to be spies too.

Star vs. The Forces of Evil (Disney Channel)
Premiered January 18
Animated comedy about an intergalactic warrior who arrives on Earth to live with the Diaz family.

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore (Comedy Central)
Premiered January 19
Late night political chat show hosted by a Daily Show alum.

Sons of Liberty (History)
Premiered January 25
Event series about the men who changed the course of American history.

Fortitude (Pivot)
Premiered January 29
A small town in the Artic Circle is rocked by a crime.

Better Call Saul (AMC)
Premieres February 8
Prequel to Breaking Bad that focuses on Walter White’s sleazy lawyer.

Schitt’s Creek (Pop)
Premieres February 11
A ruined video store magnate’s family must rebuild their lives in a small community they own.

Bosch (Amazon Prime Instant Video)
Premieres February 13
An LAPD homicide detective works to solve the murder of a 13-year-old while standing trial for the murder of a serial killer.

Good Witch (Hallmark)
Premieres February 28
Based on the network’s movie franchise about an enchantress named Cassie Nightingale.

Premieres March 5
FBI detective Peter Connelly tracks down a religious artifact that could change the course of history.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)
Premieres March 6
A woman escapes a doomsday cult and relocates in NYC.

The Returned (A&E)
Premieres March 9
A supernatural series about a small town where people who have been dead for many years begin reappearing.

Powers (PlayStation Network)
Premieres March 10
A comic book adaptation about homicide detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim who investigate cases involving superheroes and supervillains, which are common in their world.

The Royals (E!)
Premieres March 15
Drama about a fictional British Royal family set in modern day London.

Bloodline (Netflix)
Premieres March 10
A dramatic thriller that explores the demons lurking inside a contemporary American family.

Big Time in Hollywood, FL (Comedy Central)
Premieres March 25
After their parents kick them out, delusional brothers and self-proclaimed filmmakers Ben and Jack Dolfe stage an elaborate ruse to maintain their financial dependence.

Younger (TV Land)
Premieres March 31
40-year-old Liza, a suddenly single mother tries to get back into the working world.

Wolf Hall (PBS)
Premieres April 5
Historical series that follows the life of Thomas Cromwell, adviser to Henry VIII.

The Comedians (FX)
Premieres April 9
A veteran comedian is paired with a much younger comic on a late-night sketch comedy show.

Daredevil (Netflix)
Premieres April 10
A superhero series about lawyer/vigilante Matt Murdock and his nemesis, The Kingpin.

Cucumber (Logo)
Premieres April 13
Hour-long series that focuses on Henry Best and his boyfriend of nine years, Lance Sullivan; Lance wants to get married; Henry not so much.

Banana (Logo)
Premieres April 13
Half-hour series follows the lives of younger characters orbiting around Henry’s (from Cucumber) in urban Manchester, England.

Happyish (Showtime)
Premieres April 26
About an adman out of his element in a world of young social-media obsessed colleagues.

The Casual Vacancy (HBO)
Premieres April 29
Three-part miniseries based on the J.K. Rowling book of the same name.

Grace and Frankie (Netflix)
Premieres May 8
Long-time rivals Grace and Frankie are brought together after their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married.

Texas Rising (History)
Premieres May 25
Limited series based on the Texas Revolution against Mexico.

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