Exciting television is on the way starting with The CW’s Superman & Lois (No. 1) on February 23rd. After years of facing supervillains, monsters, and aliens, the world's most famous superhero and comic books’ famed journalist try to deal with the stress and complexities that come with raising two boys as working parents in today’s society.
Next, new CBS crime-dramas are on the way! Psychological horror Clarice (No. 2) travels back to 1993, one year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs. The sequel series takes a deep dive into the untold personal story of Clarice Starling as she returns to the FBI, while navigating the political world of Washington D.C. Meanwhile, reboot series The Equalizer (No. 3) brings Queen Latifah on board as a mysterious woman and single mother who uses her skills to defend those who cannot defend themselves.
Netflix wins February's final slots with upcoming series, Firefly Lane and Tribes of Europa. Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke star in Firefly Lane (No. 4), a drama that follows the story of two unlikely friends over generations, based on the Kristian Hannah novel of the same name. Sci-fi series Tribes of Europa (No. 5) shakes things up in 2074 as three siblings attempt to change the fate of Europe after a global catastrophe causes it to break into dystopian micro-states fighting for dominance. Season 1 of Tribes of Europa drops on the 19th.
February brings shows we know and love back to our screens, such as CBC comedy Workin’ Moms (No. 1). Although little has been revealed about its fifth season, fans will find out if Annie moved to Calgary, what Jenny's dating life is looking like, and of course, more wine drinking. Season 5 premieres on the 16th.
The CW’s Black Lightning earns the No. 2 position with its fourth and final season. The final episodes will continue to follow Jefferson, now a high school counselor in his second stint as the superhero Black Lightning, as he fights against local corruption in his community of Freeland. Meanwhile on the 7th, Australian drama Harrow (No. 5) returns for a third season. In addition to picking up where 2019’s second season left off, Harrow will also be forced to unravel the mystery around his son's death, finding himself tangled up with a world-threatening criminal.
Lastly, For All Mankind and The Family Man return for their respective sophomore seasons. Season 2 of alt-history series For All Mankind (No. 3) fast forwards to 1983 in the midst of the Cold War, where tensions between the U.S. and the USSR are at their peak. Whereas Season 2 of Amazon’s The Family Man (No. 4) finds Srikant pitted against a new antagonist, while struggling to strike a balance between his personal and professional life.
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