Midseason is in full swing, with the U.S. broadcast and cable networks premiering their new series nearly every day. Traditionally, midseason shows replace those that have been canceled during the fall of the previous year, and they’re often a bit more daring than this shows tried out in the fall.

Below, you’ll find a full list of what’s premiering in the next couple of months, but first let’s take a quick look at the status of those shows that have already launched.

Though it’s early to tell which shows will be renewed or canceled, some are already making waves in the month or so since they’ve debuted.

NBC’s J.Lo-starring drama Shades of Blue  —  a drama about corrupt cops starring the actress and singer which got a lot of media attention — had a strong premiere, but has faltered a bit since.

Lucifer, a Fox comedy-drama that follows the lord of hell, is off to a strong start.

CW’s Legends of Tomorrow  — its third superhero series currently on the air —started strong and has only lost some of its momentum since debuting.

An off-broadcast, Showtime’s financially focused drama Billions has managed to break records for an original series debut for the premium network.


Friday, February 5:
Animals (HBO)
An adult animated comedy that imagines the lives of New York City’s downtrodden critters.

Monday, February 8:
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TBS)
The Daily Show alum gets her very own comedy news show.

Tuesday, February 9:
Not Safe with Nikki Glasser (Comedy Central)
A talk show-comedy hybrid with the comedian.

Thursday, Feb 11:
Those Who Can’t (truTV)
A comedy about a bunch of less-than-ideal, less-than-mature teachers.

Sunday, February 14:
Vinyl (HBO)
A period drama about a 1970s record executive.

Monday, February 15:
11/22/63 (Hulu)
About a time traveler who tries to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Thursday, February 18:
Join or Die with Craig Ferguson (History)
The comedian will debate timely and controversial topics.

Friday, February, 19:
Love (Netflix)
A “down to Earth” look at dating from comedy darling Judd Apatow.

Friday, February, 26:
Fuller House (Netflix)
A follow-up to the classic 80s/90s sitcom, Full House.

Wednesday, March 2:
The Real O’Neals (ABC)
A comedy about a seemingly perfect family that deals with a major bombshell.

Thursday, March 3:
The Family (ABC)
A political drama series that follows the return of the mayor’s young son, who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier.

Monday, March 7:
Based on the horror series The Omen.

Tuesday, March 8:
Of Kings & Prophets (ABC)
Based on the biblical books of Samuel.

Wednesday, March 9:
Underground (WGN America)
Follows a group of daring slaves who plan their escape.

Friday, March 11:
Flaked (Netflix)
A self-appointed guru falls for the object of his best friend’s fascination.

Wednesday, March 16:
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS)
A spin-off of the procedural drama that follows the international division of the FBI tasked with solving crimes and coming to the rescue of Americans who find themselves in danger while abroad.

Thursday, March 24:
The Catch (ABC)
After being conned by her fiancé, a tough private investigator goes on a search for him.

Wednesday, March 30:
The Path (Hulu)
Explores the unknown and mysterious world of the cult-like Meyerist Movement in upstate New York.

Friday, April 1:
The Ranch (Netflix)
A failed semipro football player returns home to Colorado to help run the family ranching business.


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