The Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour - also known as the TCA's - is a great way to kick-off a year of TV watching! With series announcements, trailer releases, and new show details (not to mention, season premiere dates for our returning favorites), we now have a plethora of programming to look forward to in 2020!
So, ICYMI, scroll below to see new, upcoming series that will hit our screens this year:
Devs (FX on Hulu) - March 5
A computer engineer investigates a computing company who she believes is responsible for her boyfriend’s disappearance.
Mrs. America (FX on Hulu) - April 15th
The true story of conservative activist, Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett), and her unexpected fight against the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.
Breeders - March 2
Follow Paul (Martin Freeman) and Ally (Daisy Haggard) as they explore the balance of full-time careers and parenting while taking on a third child - Ally’s aging father.
The Most Dangerous Animal of All - March 6
Based on the Gary Stewart book of the same name, the upcoming four-part documentary will follow one man’s search for his biological father and bring new information to the Zodiac Killer case.
Dave (FXX/FX on Hulu) - March 4
Dave believes he’s destined to become one of the best rappers of all time … He just has to convince the rest of the world.
For Life - February 11
Produced by 50 Cent, ABC’s new legal-drama shines a light on the U.S. legal systems when a prisoner becomes a lawyer; litigating cases for other inmates while fighting to overturn his own life sentence.
The Baker and the Beauty - April 6
Inspired by the Israeli romantic comedy, this series goes to Miami, Florida to tell the tale of a blue-collar baker falling for an international superstar.
United We Fall - TBA
A couple with an extended Latinx Catholic family on one side, and a judgmental grandmother (Jane Curtin) on the other; trying to make it day to day with two young children.
Young Frankenstein Live - TBA
The classic Mel Brooks comedy-turned-musical gets the live television treatment in a special later this year.
Outmatched - January 23
A multi-cam comedy of a couple trying to raise four kids … Three of whom happen to be geniuses.
Filthy Rich - TBA
A wealthy Southern family that is famous for running a Christian television network has their lives turned upside down when their patriarch dies in a plane crash, leaving his wife (Kim Cattrall) to run the family business.
neXt - TBA
When a powerful Artificial Intelligence goes rogue with the possibility of dooming mankind, a Silicon Valley engineer must try to take down his own creation and prevent a worldwide crisis.
The Masked Dancer - TBA
Inspired by a segment on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Masked Singer spin-off will feature celebrity contestants dancing in elaborate costumes.
Indebted - February 6
Fran Drescher is back on TV! Young parents, Dave and Rebecca, must take care of Dave’s parents who find themselves in major debt.
Council of Dads - March 10
When Scott learns he has cancer, he and his wife recruit six friends to become father figures to their daughters.
Young Rock - TBA
A new comedy based on various stages of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s childhood.
That’s My Jam - TBA
Jimmy Fallon’s That’s My Jam arrives after the summer Olympics with classic and new music-based games.
The Kenan Show - TBA
SNL star, Kenan Thompson, stars in this family comedy about being a great dad while juggling a career and a “helpful” father-in-law.
Untitled Ted Danson Comedy - TBA
30 Rock’s Tina Fey and Robert Carlock pair up once again with a new sitcom about a wealthy businessman who runs for mayor of Los Angeles for all the wrong reasons.
Star Trek: Picard (CBS All Access) - January 23
The latest Star Trek installment brings beloved star, Patrick Stewart, back to reprise his role as Jean-Luc Picard where fans will follow the next chapter of Picard’s life. (It’s already been renewed for a second season!)
Tommy - February 6
A NYPD officer (Edie Falco) becomes Los Angeles’ first female Chief of Police.
Interrogation (CBS All Access) February 6
This true crime series tells the story of a young man who was charged in murdering his own mother. Viewers will be able to watch the first nine episodes in any order with the season finale released at a later date.
Untitled Richard Linklater Project (CBS All Access) - TBA
A ten-episode docuseries covering the world of animal rescue and the powerful stories of animals and the humans who love them.
Clarice - TBA
Silence of the Lambs gets a television spin-off, taking a deeper dive into FBI agent, Clarice Starling.
The Harper House (CBS All Access) - TBA
In this animated comedy, a woman and her family leave the rich side of town for a small town in Arkansas where they move into an inherited Victorian house.
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels - April 26
The spin-off to Penny Dreadful goes to 1930’s Los Angeles, “a time deeply infused with Mexican-American folklore and social tension.”
The Good Lord Bird - February 16
Based on the award-winning novel of the same name, the Showtime mini-series follows a young slave and a group of Kansas freedom fighters as they travel across the US in an effort to end slavery.
The Biggest Loser - January 28
A revamped version of the NBC weight-loss competition series, which will now focus on making healthy lifestyle changes.
Briarpatch - February 6
Rosario Dawson stars in this mystery-thriller as “Allegra Dill,” an investigator who returns to her hometown in Texas to search for her sister’s killer.
Resident Alien - TBA
Syfy adds a new alien series to its roster in this sci-fi comedy about an alien who takes human form with a mission to kill everyone on Earth -- only to find himself having feelings and caring for his victims.
The League of Pan - TBA
A continuation of Peter Pan! Now a grown-up, Wendy Darling and The Lost Boys must return to Neverland to face a new evil that is threatening their magical former-home.
Chucky - TBA
When a vintage Chucky doll is found at a yard sale, terror ensues! Original Child’s Play creator, Don Mancini, and producer, David Krischner, are on board to help bring the horror to the small screen.
Mother Mary - TBA
This new comedy received a pilot order. Starring Rachel Bloom and Betsy Sodaro, Mother Mary asks: “What would happen in today’s world if the most irresponsible and lazy human on Earth was impregnated by immaculate conception?”
World on Fire - April 5
An epic World War II drama that follows the fates of ordinary people in five different countries and the effects war has on their everyday lives. *World on Fire aired in the UK in the fall of 2019.
Asian Americans - May 11
A five-part docuseries on the transformation of the United States since the mid 19th century, and the role Asian Americans played in shaping the nation’s history.