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2019 Shows We Can't Wait To Watch

"Roswell, New Mexico" makes its debut on January 15th! The CW

New year, new ... TV shows! Who needs annoying new year's resolutions when your DVR is about to fill up with amazing new series. From hilarious comedies to edge-of-your-couch thrillers, 2019 is serving us up some incredible new TV. 

Here are the new shows that TV Time users are most excited to watch this year. Did your most anticipated 2019 series make the list? Scroll down to find out!

Shows with premiere dates

16. Shrill (Hulu) - March 15 

Based on blogger Lindy West's memoir Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman and from SNL boss Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks, Shrill stars Aidy Bryant as Annie, described as a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to make it as a journalist while juggling bad boyfriends, sick parents and a perfectionist boss and as the world around her deems her not good enough because of her weight. She starts to realize that she’s as good as anyone else, and acts on it.

15. Desus & Mero (Showtime) - February 21 

The first ever weekly late-night talk show on Showtime will feature popular TV and podcast personalities Desus and Mero speaking off the cuff and chatting with guests at the intersection of pop culture, sports, music, politics and more.

14. The Other Two (Comedy Central) - January 24 

The lives of siblings Cary and Brooke are upended when their 13-year-old brother, Chase, becomes famous overnight. Like, Justin Bieber famous.

13. Russian Doll (Netflix) - February 1

Natasha Lyonne stars in this new Netflix dark comedy about a woman who just can't stop dying.

12. Carmen Sandiego (Netflix) - January 18

Everybody asks, "Where is Carmen Sandiego?", but nobody asks, "Who is Carmen Sandiego?" The iconic woman in red returns for new international capers and a peek into her past in this animated series.

11. Black Monday (Showtime) - January 20

A group of outsiders crashes the old-boys' club of Wall Street and accidentally crashes the world's largest financial system on October 19, 1987.

10. Kingdom (Netflix) - January 25

Netflix's second Korean series is about the zombie apocalypse in medieval Korea.

9. Miracle Workers (TBS) - February 12 

This Heaven-set workplace comedy is based on Simon Rich’s book What in God’s Name and stars Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Karan Soni. 

8. Fam (CBS) - January 10 

A young woman's vision of a perfect life with her adoring new fiancé and his wonderful, upstanding parents is radically altered when her 16-year-old half sister, who is out of control, unexpectedly comes to live with her to escape their train wreck of a father. As the family Clem chose begins to blend with the family she worked so hard to leave behind, Clem reluctantly starts to realize that this newly formed hybrid clan may just be better than the perfection she has always been seeking.

7. Sex Education (Netflix) - January 11 

Inexperienced Otis channels his sex therapist mother when he teams up with rebellious Maeve to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.

6. I am the Night (TNT) - January 28 

Fauna Hodel, who was given away by her teenage birth mother, begins to investigate the secrets to her past, following a sinister trail that swirls ever closer to an infamous Hollywood gynecologist connected to the legendary Black Dahlia murder.

5. The Passage (Fox) - January 14 

Based on the best-selling book trilogy, The Passage is about Project Noah, a secret medical facility where scientists are experimenting with a dangerous virus that could lead to the cure for all disease, but also carries the potential to wipe out the human race.

4. The Umbrella Academy (Netflix) - February 15 

A dysfunctional family of superheroes comes together to solve the mystery of their father's death, the threat of the apocalypse and more.

3. Deadly Class (Syfy) - January 16 

Based on the graphic novel of the same name comes an unlikely coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of unsanitized 1980s counterculture. A homeless, disillusioned teen named Marcus is recruited into Kings Dominion, a secret academy for the Deadly Arts, where he struggles to find his place among a community of the deadliest characters in the world -- literally fighting every day for survival. It is in this struggle he tries to find purpose and family in an unlikely group of outcast misfits who plan to use their skills to really change the world for the better ... by breaking every rule there is.

2. Good Trouble (Freeform)- January 8 

This spinoff of The Fosters follows Callie and Mariana as they venture to Los Angeles to start their adult lives and embark on their separate but intertwined journeys to change the world.

1. Roswell, New Mexico (The CW) - January 15 

This reboot of the original Roswell reimagines the classic characters in a new, modern way. 

Shows without a premiere date

14. Snowpiercer (TNT) 

Snowpiercer is an upcoming American dystopian thriller television drama series based on the 2013 South Korean-Czech film of the same name and the 1982 French graphic novel Le Transperceneige about post-apocalyptic class warfare. 

13. Fosse/Verdon (FX) 

He was a visionary. She made him a star. Sam Rockwell is Bob Fosse and Michelle Williams is Gwen Verdon in this FX series.

12. What We Do In the Shadows (FX)

Three vampires who have been roommates for centuries struggle with the challenges of modern life, including paying the rent, going to nightclubs and doing household chores.

11. His Dark Materials (HBO)

Starring Dafne Keen, James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson and Lin-Manuel Miranda, His Dark Materials is one of the most expensive British dramas to date. Based on Philip Pullman’s acclaimed trilogy of books, Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass, follows Lyra, a seemingly ordinary but brave young woman from another world as her search for a kidnapped friend uncovers a sinister plot involving stolen children, and becomes a quest to understand a mysterious phenomenon called Dust. 

10. Harley Quinn (DC Universe)

DC's iconic villain is coming to life once again, this time in animation and voiced by Kaley Cuoco. This is definitely not a cartoon for kids, though.

9. Now Apocalypse (Starz)

A group of four friends living in L.A. embarks on various exploits, pursuing love, sex and fame .. and a monstrous conspiracy.

8. Euphoria (HBO)

Based on the Israeli series, Euphoria follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, sex, identity, trauma, social media, love and friendship.

7. Catch-22 (Hulu)

George Clooney's high-profile series tells the story of the incomparable, artful dodger, Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. But his real problem is not the enemy, but rather his own army which keeps increasing the number of missions the men must fly to complete their service. Yet if Yossarian makes any attempt to avoid his military assignments, he’ll be in violation of Catch-22, a hilariously sinister bureaucratic rule which specifies that a concern for one’s own safety in the face of dangers which are real and immediate is the process of a rational mind; a man is considered insane if he willingly continues to fly dangerous combat missions, but a request to be removed from duty is evidence of sanity and therefore makes him ineligible to be relieved from duty.

6. Swamp Thing (DC Universe)

Passionate biologist Alec Holland becomes caught in the crosshairs of a small town nightmare when he discovers a bizarre local illness may be connected to his work in the swamp. Holland's discovery leads him into conflict with dark forces, from which he emerges as the elemental hero known as Swamp Thing.

5. The Boys (Prime Video)

The upcoming superhero drama television series from Eric Kripke, Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen is based on the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. 

4. Watchmen (HBO)

Damon Lindelof is bringing Watchmen to life once more, this time as a modern-day reimagining of Alan Moore's groundbreaking graphic novel about masked vigilantes.

3. Good Omens (Prime Video)

An angel and a demon must join forces to find a way to save the world as the end of time grows near with the approaching Armageddon.

2. Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)

Ready to dive back into the world of Pretty Little Liars with this spinoff?

1. The Witcher (Netflix) 

The witcher Geralt, a mutated monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.

What series are you excited for? Let us know in the comments! 

4 comments
5 days ago

Where in the hell is Game of Thrones??????

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2 weeks ago

Good Omens. The book is one of my all time favourites and I have really high hopes for the series.

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