“Shrill”

In the limited six-episode adaptation of Lindy West’s 2016 memoir, Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant plays a journalist dealing with work, love, and the limitations she faces as a plus-sized woman who “wants to changer her life, not her body.”

Where: Hulu

When: Out now!

 

“The Act”

This true-crime anthology series follows the infamous and toxic relationship between Gypsy Rose Blanchard, played by Joey King, and her mother, Dee Dee, played by Patricia Arquette, based off the BuzzFeed story, “Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter to Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom to Be Murdered.”

Where: Hulu

When: Out now!

 

“Jane the Virgin” – LGBTQ

The shocking cliffhanger of the fourth season of this addictive American telenovela will finally be resolved and the identity of the mysterious narrator will be revealed in the fifth and final season.

Where: The CW

When: Out now!

 

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” – LGBTQ

The second season of the equally campy and dark reboot of the classic ’90s series, produced by gay Executive Producer Greg Berlanti, brings about new characters and a new look for the Satanic Sabrina.

Where: Netflix

When: Out now!

 

“Killing Eve” – LGBTQ

This award-winning dark comedy slash spy thriller comes back to BBC for a second season, following Eve Polastri, played by Sandra Oh, and Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, the bisexual assassin who becomes obsessed with her.

Where: BBC

When: Out now!

 

“Game of Thrones”

The long-awaited eighth season of the beloved series has finally arrived and while theories have spread far and wide after the release of the trailer in March, fans are sure to be in for a wild ride.

Where: HBO

When: April 14

 

“Pose” – LGBTQ

The critically acclaimed, gay-directed show following the ballroom culture of the late ’80s comes back for a sophomore season, still touting its racially and sexually diverse cast. Fans can expect a time-jump to the day Madonna’s Vogue was released in 1990 and iconic Broadway star Patti LuPone in a guest starring role.

Where: FX

When: Unknown

 

“Hair Live!” – LGBTQ

After the hit that was last year’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, the iconic counter-culture Broadway show Hair will be adapted for live TV. While the original show, created by queer writers James Rado and Gerome Ragni, highlighted pansexual characters, it’s unknown whether NBC will emphasize the sexual orientation of the characters.

Where: NBC

When: May 19

 

“The Handmaid’s Tale”

The third season of the frightening adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel follows June’s resistance to the regime of Gilead, guided by the defiant prayer: “Blessed be the fight.”

Where: Hulu

When: June 5

 

“Tuca & Bertie”

If you like BoJack Horseman, you’re going to love this animated comedy about two 30-something roommates – who are both birds. With comedy powerhouses Tiffany Haddish voicing Tuca and Ali Wong voicing Bertie, it’s sure to have audiences laughing out loud.

Where: Netflix

When: May 3

 

“Fosse/Verdon”

Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda and his colleague Thomas Kail both executive produced the new series that takes an inside look into the romantic relationship and creative collaboration between Broadway dancer Gwen Verdon and choreographer/director Bob Fosse.

Where: FX

When: Out now!

 

“Stranger Things”

The gang returns for the third season of the sci-fi ’80s-inspired fan favorite. This summer in Hawkins is sure to bring plenty of action and even some new bad guys – fans have speculated that “demo-rats,” or rat-like demogorgons, will be introduced in the upcoming season.

Where: Netflix

When: July 4

 

“Veep”

The Emmy-winning political comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as two-faced politician Selina Meyer comes back for its seventh and final season, this time picking up Iowa many months before the caucuses as Meyer once again runs for president.

Where: HBO

When: Out now!

 

“Big Little Lies”

The deliciously dramatic adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s novel by the same name returns to the small screen this summer for its sophomore season. Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman return as executive producers and stars of the show, along with Zoë Kravitz, Laura Dern, and Shailene Woodley.

Where: HBO

When: June

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