Spring Premiere Dates As Networks Adjust Schedules Amid Coronavirus Crisis: Broadcast, Cable & Streaming

Spring TV premiere dates list

Check back for updatesThe 2019-20 TV season has been shaken up by the coronavirus pandemic, which shut down all production, cut short current seasons and delayed new ones. Mandated to remain indoors, a larger-than-usual viewing public is turning to the small screen for entertainment and escapism amid the health crisis.

For those waiting for something new on those screens, here’s our annual list of spring premiere dates for new and returning series. It covers more than 150 broadcast, cable and streaming programs debuting between April 1 and May 31 in all dayparts. It does not include movies or specials.

Shows whose premieres have been delayed amid the COVID-19 crisis are compiled at the bottom of the post along with their original premiere dates, if they had been announced.

Please send any additions or adjustments to erik@deadline.com. We’ll update the list regularly as more dates are revealed.

April 1:
Legends of the Wild (Discovery, new docuseries)
How to Fix a Drug Scandal (Netflix, new documentary series)
The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show (Netflix, new sketch comedy series)
Sunderland ‘Til I Die (Netflix, Season 2)
Nailed It! (Netflix, Season 4)
The Challenge: Total Madness  (MTV, Season 35)
In the Cut (Bounce, Season 6)
World of Outlaws iRacing (FS1, season premiere)
Care Bears: Unlock the Magic (Noggin, new kids animated series)
The Mallorca Files (BritBox, U.S. premiere of British drama series)
Making Good (BYUtv, Season 2)
Tower of God (Crunchyroll, new anime series)
Harvest Time (YouTube, new drama series)
System Update with Glenn Greenwald (YouTube, new current-affairs series)

April 2:
How to Get Away with Murder (ABC, Season 6B)
Man with a Plan (CBS, Season 4)
Broke (CBS, new comedy series)
Siren (Freeform, Season 3)
The Real Housewives of New York (Bravo, Season 12)
Total Bellas (E!, Season 5; moved from April 9)
Black Files Declassified (Science Channel, new documentary series)
Cursed Films (Shudder, new documentary series)

April 3:
Harley Quinn (DC Universe, Season 2)
Tales from the Loop (Amazon Prime, new drama series)
Future Man (Hulu, Season 3; final season)
Helpsters (Apple TV+, Season 1B)
Home Before Dark (Apple TV+, new drama series)
Money Heist (Netflix, Season 4)
Dishing with Julia Child (PBS, new cooking series)

April 4:
DuckTales (Disney XD, Season 3)

April 5:
Atlanta’s Murdered and Missing (HBO, new documentary series)
Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project (Oxygen, new docuseries)
World on Fire (PBS, new drama series)
The Windermere Children (PBS, new drama series)
Skindigineous (PBS, Season 2)
Forbidden History (Science Channel, Season 6)

April 6:
Reel South (PBS, Season 5)
Death in Paradise (PBS, Season 9)
Father Brown (PBS, Season 8)
The Big Show Show (Netflix, new comedy series)
Ollie’s Pack (Nickelodeon, new animated kids series)
Master Minds (Game Show Network, new game series)
All the Feels (Quibi, new daily shortform animal-focused series)
&Music (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Around the World (Quibi, new daily shortform current-events series)
Close Up (Quibi, new daily shortform culture series)
Chrissy’s Court (Quibi, new shortform courtroom series)
The Daily Chill (Quibi, new daily shortform series)
Dishmantled (Quibi, new shortform competition series)
Evening Report (Quibi, new daily shortform current-events series)
Fashion’s a Drag (Quibi, new daily shortform fashion series)
Fierce Queens (Quibi, new shortform nature documentary series)
Flipped (Quibi, new movie in chapters)
For the Cultura (Quibi, new daily shortform Latinx culture series)
Fresh Daily (Quibi, new daily shortform movies-focused series)
Gayme Show! (Quibi, new shortform game series)
Gone Mental with Lior (Quibi, new shortform game series)
Hot Off the Mic (Quibi, new daily shortform comedy-focused series)
I Promise (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Late Night’s Late Night (Quibi, new daily shortform recap series)
Memory Hole (Quibi, new shortform pop culture series)
Morning Report (Quibi, new daily shortform current-events series)
Most Dangerous Game (Quibi, new movie in chapters)
Murder House Flip (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
NewsDay (Quibi, new daily shortform Canadian news series)
NewsNight (Quibi, new daily shortform Canadian news series)
NightGowns (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Nikki Fre$h (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
The Nod with Brittany & Eric (Quibi, new daily shortform talk series)
No Filter (Quibi, new twice-daily shortform sports series)
Pop5 (Quibi, new daily shortform music-focused series)
Prodigy (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Pulso News (Quibi, new daily shortform Spanish-language news series)
Punk’d (Quibi, new shortform prank series reboot)
The Rachel Hollis Show (Quibi, new daily shortform motivation series)
The Replay (Quibi, new daily shortform sports series)
Run This City (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Saturday Report (Quibi, new shortform current-events series)
The Sauce
(Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Sexology with Shan Boodram (Quibi, new daily shortform talk series)
Shape of Pasta (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Singled Out (Quibi, new shortform game series revival)
60 in 6 (Quibi, new daily shortform newsmagazine series)
Skrrt witrh Offset (Quibi, new shortform talk series)
Speedrun (Quibi, new daily shortform gaming-focused series)
Sunday Report (Quibi, new shortform current-events series)
Survive (Quibi, new movie in chapters)
Thanks a Million (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Trailers (Quibi, new daily shortform trailers series)
Untitled TSN Sports Show (Quibi, new daily shortform sports series)
Weather Today (Quibi, new daily shortform weather series)
When the Streetlights Go On (Quibi, new movie in chapters)
You Ain’t Got These (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Deadwater Fell (Acorn, new miniseries)
No Filter with Naomi (YouTube, new daily limited-run series)
Studio C (BYUtv, Season 11; moved from March 16)
Wayne Brady’s Comedy IQ (BYUtv, new comedy competition series)

April 7:
The Last O.G. (TBS, Season 3)
Tooning Out the News (CBS All Access, new animated comedy series; moved from March 16)
#HockeyAtHome (NBCSN, new NHL interview limited series)
Pointless (BritBox, Season 23)

April 8:
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC, new game show revival)
Ghost Hunters (A&E, Season 2)
Celebrity Ghost Stories (A&E, new docuseries)
The Gene: An Intimate History (PBS, new documentary miniseries)
Liar (SundanceTV, Season 2)
The Wizard of Paws (BYUtv, new docuseries)
New Addition: Jasmine Roth (YouTube/IGTV, new limited docuseries)

April 9:
The Good Fight (CBS All Access, Season 4)
The Circle France (Netflix, new French competition series)
Families of the Mafia (MTV, new docuseries)
Shelter in Place with Shane Smith (Vice, new interview series)
Yelawolf: A Slumerican Life (Crackle, new documentary series)

April 10:
Brews Brothers (Netflix, new comedy series)
Selling the Big Easy (HGTV, new docuseries)
You Know Me … Now Meet My Pet (Facebook Watch, new fantasy-fiction talk series)

April 11:
Alaska Animal Rescue (National Geographic, new docuseries)
NHL Hat Trick Trivia (YouTube/IGTV, new hockey trivia show)

April 12:
Killing Eve (BBC America, Season 3; moved from April 26)
Insecure (HBO, Season 4)
Run (HBO, new comedy series)
Belgravia (Epix, new drama series)
Baptiste (PBS, new drama series)
The Good Road (PBS, new docuseries)
ID Breaking Now (Investigation Discovery, new docuseries)

April 13:
The Baker and the Beauty (ABC, new drama series; moved from April 6)
The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart (ABC, new competition series)
Songland (NBC, Season 2)
American Dad! (TBS, Season 16B)
Paradise Lost (Spectrum Originals, new drama series)
Celebrity IOU (HGTV, new docuseries)
Good Eats: Reloaded (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
Botched (E!, Season 6B)
T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle (VH1, Season 3)
Agua Donkeys (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
The Stranger (Quibi, new shortform drama series)
#FreeRayshawn (Quibi, new shortform drama series)
50 States of Fright (Quibi, new shortform anthology horror series)
Elba vs. Black (Quibi, new shortform competition series)
Fight Like a Girl (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Let’s Roll with Tony Greenhand (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)

April 14:
Deadliest Catch (Discovery, Season 16)
Before the Catch (Discovery, new companion series)
Deadliest Catch: Bloodline (Discovery, new docuseries)
One Day at a Time (Pop TV, Season 4; time slot premiere)

April 15:
Outer Banks (Netflix, new drama series)
The Innocence Files (Netflix, new true-crime docuseries)
Mrs. America
(FX on Hulu, new drama limited series)
Phyllis: The Schlaftershow (FX on Hulu, new aftershow series)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo, Season 10)
What We Do in the Shadows (FX, Season 2)
The Big Interview with Dan Rather (AXS TV, Season 8)
Deadly Recall (Investigation Discovery, Season 2)

April 16:
In the Dark (The CW, Season 2, moved from May 28)
Fauda (Netflix, Season 3)
Barrett-Jackson Live (History/FYI, new season of auto auction series)
Fox Sports: The Home Game (FS1, new game show)
Revolt Black News (Revolt TV, new live current-affairs series)
The Second City Presents: The Last Show Left on Earth (Topic, new sketch/variety series)

April 17:
Bosch (Amazon Prime, Season 6)
Home (Apple TV+, new documentary series)
#BlackAF (Netflix, new comedy series)
Too Hot to Handle (Netflix, new dating competition series)
The Last Kids on Earth (Netflix, Season 2)
Cyberchase (PBS Kids, Season 12B)

April 18:
Paranormal 911 (Travel Channel, Season 2)
Jungle Animal Rescue (Nat Geo Wild, new docuseries)
Niki & Gabi: Bahamas (AwesomenessTV, Season 5)

April 19:
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Maximum Venom (Disney XD, Season 3)
The Last Dance (ESPN, new documentary limited series)
Pacific Heartbeat (PBS, Season 9)
Dragnificent! (TLC, new docuseries)
Dragnificent: Behind the Queens (TLC Go, new companion talk series)
The Top Ten Revealed (AXS TV, Season 3)
Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar (AXS TV, Season 5)

April 20:
90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined (TLC, new docuseries)
Dragnificent! (TLC, new docuseries; time slot premiere)
The Midnight Gospel (Netflix, new animated comedy series)
Cooked with Cannabis (Netflix, new competition series)
Iron Sharpens Iron (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Answered (Quibi, new shortform explainer series)

April 21:
Middleditch & Schwartz (Netflix, new improv comedy series)
Accused: Guilty or Innocent? (A&E, new true-crime docuseries)

April 22:
Mental Samurai (Fox, Season 2)
The Masked Singer: After the Mask (Fox, new aftershow series)
Win the Wilderness (Netflix, new British competition series)
H20: The Molecule That Made Us (PBS, new documentary miniseries)
Ghost Nation (Travel Channel, Season 2)
Seat at the Table with Anand Giridharadas (Vice TV, new news /talk series)
The Quarantine Bunch (YouTube, new Zoom-shot comedy series)
The Cut (Red Bull TV, new songwriting competition series)

April 23:
We’re Here (HBO, new docuseries)
The House of Flowers (Netflix, Season 3)
Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 (Netflix, new anime series)
Growing Up Hip Hop (WEtv, Season 15)
Sanctuary (Sundance Now; U.S. premiere of Swedish drama series)
Old Guy (YouTube, new comedy series)
The Bridge (YouTube, new panel discussion series)

April 24:
Defending Jacob (Apple TV+, new drama limited series)
After Life (Netflix, Season 2)
RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race (VH1, new competition series)
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: Takeout (Food Network, new docuseries)
The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs (Shudder, Season 2)
Everyday Edisons (Crackle, new invention competition series revival)
Mondo Trasho 3042 (YouTube, new animated comedy series)

April 25:
My Paranormal Nightmare (Travel Channel, new docuseries)

April 26:
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (Showtime, new drama series)
Vida (Starz, Season 3; final season)
Coronavirus: Explained (Netflix, Season 3; mini-season
Unearthed (Science Channel, Season 7)
Magic Caught on Camera (Travel Channel, new docuseries)
Uncensored (TV One, Season 3)

April 27:
Axios (HBO, Season 3B)
Normal People (Hulu, new drama series)
Mummy Mysteries (Travel Channel, new docuseries)
Cup of Joe (Quibi, new shortform travelogue series)
Floored (Quibi, new shortform competition series)

April 29:
Normal People (Hulu. new drama series)
Extracurricular (Netflix, new drama series)
Nadiya’s Time to Eat (Netflix, new cooking series)
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO, Season 25)
Spy in the Wild (PBS, Season 2)
Destination Fear (Travel Channel, Season 2)

April 30:
Blindspot (NBC, Season 5; final season)
Council of Dads (NBC, new drama series; time slot premiere)
Wolf Creek (Shudder, Season 2)
Soul City (Topic, new drama series)
The Newlywed Challenge (YouTube, new game show series)

May 1:
Betty (HBO, new comedy series)
Hollywood (Netflix, new drama series)
Upload (Amazon Prime, new drama series)
Trying (Apple TV+, new comedy series)
Ghostwriter (Apple TV+, Season 1B)
Prop Culture (Disney+, new docuseries)
Remy & Boo (Universal Kids, new animated kids series)
35 Days (BritBox, Season 4)
The Dress Up Gang (TBS.com, new comedy series)
You Know Me … Now Meet My Pet (Facebook Watch, Season 2)

May 3:
Billions (Showtime, Season 5A)
Married to Medicine Los Angeles (Bravo, Season 2)

May 4:
Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian (Disney+, new documentary series)
Creepshow (AMC, Season 1; cable premiere)
Camp Getaway (Bravo, new docuseries)
Duff Takes the Cake (Food Network, Season 2)
Reno 911! (Quibi, new shortform comedy series revival)
Useless Celebrity History (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Gold Digger (Acorn, Season 1; U.S. premiere)
Seachange (Acorn, Season 3; U.S. premiere)
The Biebers on Watch (Facebook Live, new docuseries)

May 5:
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo, Season 12)
George W. Bush (PBS, new documentary miniseries)
Tirdy Works (TruTV, new docuseries)
America ReFramed (World Channel. Season 8)
The Great Fantasy Debate (Facebook Watch, new game show series)

May 6:
Building Giants (Science Channel, Season 3)

May 7:
Celebrity Watch Party (Fox, new unscripted series)
No Mercy, No Malice with Professor Scott Galloway (Vice, new business show)
Bruh (BET+, new drama series)
Bad Mothers (Sundance Now, Australian drama series; U.S. premiere)
Celebrity Substitute (YouTube, new educational series)

May 8:
Solar Opposites (Hulu, new animated comedy series)
The Eddy (Netflix, new drama series)
Dead to Me (Netflix, Season 2)
The Hollow (Netflix, Season 2)
Restaurants on the Edge (Netflix, Season 2)
Regular Heroes (Amazon Prime, new docuseries)
Bering Sea Gold (Discovery, Season 12; moved from April 1)
Russo Bros. Pizza Film School (Instagram, new movie-focused series)

May 10:
I Know This Much Is True (HBO, new drama limited series; moved from April 27)
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition (Food Network, Season 6)
Valerie’s Home Cooking (Food Network, Season 11)
Amy Schumer Learns to Cook (Food Network, new docuseries)
Find Love Live!
(TLC, new live late-night dating competition series)
The Shivering Truth (Adult Swim, Season 2)
JJ Villard’s Fairy Tales (Adult Swim, new shortform animated comedy series)
Seeker Baby (Facebook Watch, new parenting-advice series)

May 11:
Trial by Media (Netflix, new docuseries)
Asian Americans (PBS, new documentary miniseries)
Bakeaway Camp with Martha Stewart (Food Network, new cooking competition series; moved from May 4)
F*ck, That’s Delicious (Vice TV, Season 4)
Most Expensivest (Viceland, Season 3)
Barkitecture (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)

May 12:
Kingdom of the Mummies (National Geographic, new docuseries)
A Confession (BritBox, U.S. premiere of British drama series)
Best Cake Wins (BYUtv, Season 3)
Step Up to the Plate (BYUtv, new cooking competition series)
Jeff’s Homemade Game Show (BYUtv, new game show series)

May 14:
The Misery Index (TBS, Season 2)
Restaurant: Impossible (Food Network, Season 17)
Yum and Yummer (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
4th and Forever: Muck City (Curiosity Stream, new docuseries)

May 15:
Masters of Illusion (The CW, Season 7)
The Great (Hulu, new comedy series)
It’s a Dog’s Life with Bill Farmer(Dosney+, new docuseries)
BattleBots (Discovery, Season 3)

May 16:
Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro (Food Network, Season 18)
Fear Not with Iyanla Vanzant (OWN, new talk show series)
Girlfriends Check In (OWN, new talk show series)

May 17:
Hightown (Starz, new drama series)
An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)

May 18:
The Bachelorette (ABC, Season 16)
Snowpiercer (TNT, new drama series; moved from May 31)
Private Lives of the Monarchs (Smithsonian Channel, Season 2)
DC’s Stargirl (DC Universe, new drama series)
The Now (Quibi, new shortform comedy series)
Centerpiece (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)
Dead Still (Acorn, new drama series)
Gold Digger (Acorn, Season 5; U.S. premiere)
Create Together (YouTube, new educational series)

May 19:
The Genetic Detective (ABC, new true-crime documentary series)
DC’s Stargirl (The CW, new drama series; network premiere moved from May 12)
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Out of the Closet (YouTube, Season 3)

May 20:
The 100 (The CW, Season 7; final season)
Ultimate Tag (Fox, new competition series)
Jay Leno’s Garage (CNBC, Season 5B)
Man Fire Food (Cooking Channel, Season 9)
At Home with Amy Sedaris (TruTV, Season 3)
Sleeping with Friends (YouTube, new competition series)

May 21:
Holey Moley II: The Sequel (ABC, Season 2)
To Tell the Truth (ABC, Season 5)
Labor of Love (Fox, new dating competition series)
Burden of Proof (The CW, Season 2)
Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party (TruTV, new comedy series)
Penance (Sundance Now, new British drama miniseries)
Artificial: Remote Intelligence (Twitch, Season 3)

May 22:
Homecoming (Amazon Prime, Season 2)
All on the Line (Discovery, new docuseries)
Red Bull Check Your DMs (YouTube, new docuseries)

May 23:
Group Chat: The Show (Nickelodeon, new talk show series)

May 24:
Naked and Afraid XL (Discovery, Season 6)
Lance (ESPN, new documentary miniseries)
Smothered (TLC, Season 2)
Kirby Jenner (Quibi, new shortform comedy series)

May 25:
The Titan Games (NBC, Season 2)
Grant (History, new miniseries)
To Catch a Beautician (VH1, new docoseries)
Barkskins (National Geographic, new drama limited series)
Diesel Brothers: Diesel Nation (Discovery, new talk show series)
Life-Size Toys (Quibi, new shortform docuseries)

May 26:
America’s Got Talent (NBC, Season 15)
World of Dance (NBC, Season 4)
Prideland (YouTube, new shortform docuseries)
How’s Your Head, Hun? (WOW Presents Plus, new docuseries)

May 27:
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC, Season 7; final season)
Game On! (CBS, new game show series; moved from May 20)
Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich (Netflix, new documentary miniseries)
Search Party (HBO Max, Season 3; moved from TBS)
Love Life (HBO Max, new comedy series)
Trigonometry (HBO Max, new drama series)
Legendary (HBO Max, new dance competition series)
The Sleepers (HBO Max, European drama series; U.S. premiere)
Craftopia (HBO Max, new competition series)
Looney Tunes Cartoons (HBO Max, new animated shorts series)
The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo (HBO Max, new talk show series)
Mysteries of the Deep (Science Channel, new documentary series; moved from April 2)
Married at First Sight: Australia (Lifetime, Australian docuseries; U.S. premiere)

May 28:
In the Dark (The CW, Season 2)

May 29:
Ramy (Hulu, Season 2)
Central Park (Apple TV+, new animated comedy series)
A Toy Store Near You (Amazon Prime, new docuseries)
Meet The Press: College Roundtable (Peacock/YouTube, new panel-discussion series)

May 30:
60 Minutes Sports: Timeless Stories (CBS, new sports-history series)

May 31:
Celebrity Family Feud (ABC, Season 6)
Press Your Luck (ABC, Season 2)
Match Game (ABC, Season 5)
Quiz (AMC, new drama miniseries; moved from May 25)
Laurel Canyon (Epix, new documentary miniseries)

May TBA:
My Dream Quinceañera at Home (AwesomenessTV, new docuseries
The Sweet Life of Honey (AwesomenessTV, new docuseries


The Amazing Race (CBS, Season 32)
Love Island (CBS, Season 2; moved form May 21)
Fargo (FX, Season 4; moved from April 19)
The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC, new drama series; moved from April 12)
The Last Narc (Amazon Prime, new documentary miniseries; moved from May 15)
The Third Day (HBO, new drama limited series)
Love Fraud (Showtime, new documentary limited series)
Archer (FXX, Season 11; moved from May 6)
Genius: Aretha (National Geographic, Season 3; moved from May 25 to fall TBA)

Shows eyed for midseason that remain undated:

Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector (NBC)
The Orville (Hulu, Season 3; moved from Fox)
Love, Beth (Hulu, new comedy series)

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