There's nothing better than finding a fresh TV series to obsess over (other than watching a new season of a show you already love, of course). With the help of technology, streaming services, and competition in Hollywood, 2019 looks like it's going to be one of the best years yet on the small screen. From returning reality shows like The Voice to new period dramas like Mrs. Wilson to spooky sci-fi reboots like The Twilight Zone, there's so much entertainment to look forward to enjoying on the couch. Here's a list of series, both old and new, that we can't wait to watch this year.
Premiere date: January 24, Netflix
Infamous serial killer Ted Bundy, who is responsible for the deaths of dozens of women in the 1970s and '80s, is the focus of this chilling new docu-series.
Premiere date: February 1, Netflix
This much talked-about Netflix original tells the story of a self-destructive but relatable woman who gets hit by a car on her 36th birthday. She then enters a Groundhog Day-like situation as the night continues to repeat itself every time she dies.
Premiere date: February 15, FOX
This new legal drama follows an underestimated defense firm's fight to prove the innocence of wrongfully convicted people. The emotional twist: the team is led by a woman who was wrongfully convicted herself in a high-profile murder case that the media won't let anyone forget.
Premiere date: March 3, ABC
After an eight-month hiatus, Idol fans can finally look forward to their favorite show coming back to the weekly lineup of singing competitions on TV.
Premiere date: March 18, ABC
ABC's newest legal drama has everything we could ask for: A-list celebrity characters, an unsolved double-murder, and plenty of he said, she said.
Premiere date: March 31, PBS
Who doesn't love a British period drama? This upcoming spy series based on Alison Wilson's memoirs follows the author's journey in figuring out who her husband really was after his death. The coolest part? The role of Alison is played by her granddaughter, actress Ruth Wilson.
Premiere date: April 1, CBS All Access
Get ready, sci-fi lovers—the classic anthology series is getting a spooky reboot, and horror expert Jordan Peele is taking the wheel of the project as its host.
WATCH THE ORIGINAL
Premiere date: April 5, Netflix
The creator of Planet Earth has created Our Planet, a new docu-series that Netflix promises will take viewers "on an unprecedented journey through some of the world's most precious natural habitats."
GET A FIRST LOOK
Premiere date: April 14, HBO
Bend the knee—the highly anticipated final season of GoT is coming soon.
Premiere date: Fall 2019, Netflix
The Full House spinoff will return for its fifth and final season, coming to a bittersweet close with the cast of the original series.
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Premiere date: TBA in 2019, HBO
The second season of Big Little Lies added Meryl Streep to the cast and will continue to explore the behind-the-scenes life of the modern suburban housewife.
Premiere date: TBA in 2019, Netflix
A welcome addition to Netflix's growing true-crime lineup, Unsolved Mysteries is returning with a modern spin in this 12-episode revival.
Premiere date: TBA in 2019
Let it be clear: This is not a Buffy reboot. The creator wants fans to understand that the new series is more of a 20-years-later sequel (and we can't wait!).
Premiere date: TBA in 2019, Apple
All we know about this one is from its short description on IMDB: "An inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning, exploring the unique challenges faced by the men and women who carry out this daily televised ritual." All that you need to know is it will star Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. Enough said.