Summer Premiere Dates For New & Returning TV Series On Broadcast, Cable & Streaming

Summer TV Premiere Dates

Summertime, and the living’s easy — but knowing when your favorite shows return might not be. As the country and the entertainment industry gradually start to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, here is Deadline’s annual list of summer premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows. It covers more than 250 broadcast, cable and streaming series bowing from June 16 through mid-September in various dayparts but does not include specials or movies. Please send any additions or adjustments to We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.

June 16:
Card Sharks (ABC, Season 3; moved from June 9)
Penguin Town (Netflix, new documentary series)
Dave (FXX, Season 2)
The House My Wedding Bought (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Two Steps Home (HGTV, new docuseries)

June 17:
When Nature Calls (ABC, new docuseries)
Holey Moley 3D in 2D (ABC, Season 3)
The Hustler (ABC, Season 2)
Generation (HBO Max, Season 1B)
iCarly (Paramount+, new comedy series revival)
Intelligence (Peacock, Season 2)
The ’96 Effect (Peacock, new documentary miniseries)
Black Summer (Netflix, Season 2)
Katla (Netflix, new Scandinavian drama series)
Record of Ragnarok (Netflix, new anime series)
Summer Camp Island Season 4 (HBO Max, Season 4)
Battle of the Brothers
(Discovery+, new competition series)
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Reunion (E!, new unscripted miniseries; Part 2 on June 20)
Hot Mess House (HGTV, Season 2)

June 18:
Physical (Apple TV+, new dramedy series)
Elite (Netflix, Season 4)
So Not Worth It (Netflix, new Korean comedy series)
The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals (Netflix, new docuseries)
Love After Lockup (WEtv, Season 3)
Strut (Revry, new comedy series)

June 20:
Evil (Paramount+, Season 2)
Kevin Can F**K Himself (AMC, new comedy series; network premiere)
Rick and Morty (Adult Swim, Season 5)
You, Me & My Ex (TLC, new unscripted series)
Us (PBS, new drama miniseries)
America’s Funniest Home Videos: Animal Edition (Nat Geo Wild, new video clip series)

June 21:
Ridiculousness (MTV, Season 2)
Below Deck: Mediterranean (Peacock, Season 6)
Celebrity IOU (HGTV, Season 3)
Grill of Victory (Food Network, new competition series)
Tomb Hunters (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
The Sommerdahl Murders (Acorn TV, Season 2)
Pizza Wars (YouTube, new competition series)

June 22:
Capital One College Bowl (NBC, new competition series)
Motherland: Fort Salem (Freeform, Season 2)
David Makes Man (OWN, Season 2)
Inside No. 9 (BritBox, Season 6; U.S. premiere)

June 23:
In the Dark (The CW, Season 2; moved from June 9)
Too Hot to Handle (Netflix, Season 2A)
Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life (Disney+, new comedy series)

June 24:
Good Girls (NBC, Season 4B; final season)
Making It (NBC, Season 3)
Epstein’s Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell (Peacock, new documentary miniseries)
Godzilla Singular Point (Netflix, new anime series)
The Naked Director (Netflix, Season 2)
The Good Fight (Paramount+, Season 5)
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Paramount+, Season 6; moved from VH1)
Untucked All Stars (VH1, Season 6; moved from VH1)
Transnational (YouTube, new talk show series)
Innocent (Sundance Now/AMC+, Season 2)
Variety StudioActors on Actors (KCET, Season 14)

June 25:
The 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (CBS, live awards special)
Bosch (Amazon, Season 7; final season)
September Mornings (Amazon, new drama series)
Central Park (Apple TV+, Season 2)
Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts (Peacock, new docuseries)
The Mysterious Benedict Society (Disney+, new drama series)
The A List (Netflix, Season 2)
Sex/Life (Netflix, new dramedy series)
The Choe Show (FX, new talk show series)
Put a Ring on It (OWN, Season 2)

June 28:
The Seven Deadly Sins (Netflix, Season 5)
Relentless (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Below Deck: Mediterranean (Bravo, Season 6; network premiere)
Biography: KISStory (A&E, new documentary miniseries)
So Freakin Cheap (TLC, new unscripted series)
The Pioneer Woman: Ranch Wedding (Food Network, new unscripted series)

June 29:
Good Bones (HGTV, Season 6)
America’s Top Dog (A&E, Season 3)
The Shluv Family (Facebook/Instagram, new docuseries)

June 30:
Somos (Netflix, new drama series)
Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (Netflix, new drama series)
Too Hot to Handle (Netflix, Season 2B)
Dogs With Extraordinary Jobs (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
30 Days With: Bretman Rock (Youtube, new docuseries)
Strive (Youtube, new docuseries)
Up Close with Sage Steele (ESPN+, new talk show series revival)

July 1:
Smother (Peacock, new drama series)
The Mighty Ones (Hulu/Peacock, Season 2)
Lost Speedways (Peacock, Season 2)
Young Royals (Netflix, new drama series)
Maratha Gets Down and Dirty (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Top Chef Amateurs (Bravo, new competition series)
Murders (Acorn TV, new docuseries)
TS Madison Experience (AllBlk, new unscripted series)

July 2:
Roswell: The Final Verdict (Discovery+, new miniseries)
Kevin Hart’s Muscle Car Crew (MotorTrend app, new docuseries)

July 5:
The Beast Must Die (AMC+, new drama series)
POV (PBS, Season 34)
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta (MTV, Season 10)

July 6:
An Animal Saved My Life (A&E Network, new docuseries)

July 7:
Big Brother (CBS, Season 23)
Love Island (CBS, Season 3)
Monsters at Work (Disney+, new  animated series; moved from July 2)
Younger (TV Land, Season 7; final season)
Abby’s Places (ESPN+, new docuseries)

July 8:
Gossip Girl (HBO Max, new drama series reboot)
The Dog House: UK (HBO Max, Season 2)
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (Netflix, new anime series)
Grown-ish (Freeform, Season 4)
Impractical Jokers (TruTV, Season 9B)
Backyard Bar Wars (TruTV, new competition series)
Spice of Life (Cooking Channel, new docuseries)
Ice Cold (YouTube, new docuseries)

July 9:
Secret Celebrity Renovation (CBS, new docuseries)
Atypical (Netflix, Season 4)
Virgin River (Netflix, Season 3)
The Snoopy Show (Apple TV+, Season 1B)
This Way Up (Hulu, Season 2)
The Patrick Star Show (Nickelodeon, new animated series)
Middlemost Post (Nickelodeon, new animated series)
Leverage: Redemption (IMDb TV, new drama series)

July 10:
Big3 (CBS/Paramount+, Season 4)

July 11:
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW, Season 6B)
Wellington Paranormal (The CW, U.S. premiere of New Zealand comedy series)
The White Lotus (HBO Max, comedy limited series)
Animal Kingdom (TNT, Season 5)
The Real Housewives of Potomac (Bravo, Season 6)
History of the Sitcom (CNN, new docuseries)
Forensic Files II (HLN, Season 2)
Unforgotten (PBS, Season 4)
Battle on the Beach (HGTV, new competition series)

July 12:
Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes (HBO, new docuseries)
The Beast Must Die (AMC, new drama series; network premiere)
Eden (Spectrum Originals, new drama series)
Shark Attack Files (National Geographic, new docuseries)
Getaway Driver (Discovery+, new competition series)
Reasonable Doubt (Investigation Discovery, Season 4)
Jack Irish (Acorn TV, Season 3)

July 13:
Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS, Season 3)
Unknown Amazon (Vice TV, new docuseries)
Ridley Jones (Netflix, new children’s animated series)
MTV’s True Life Crime (MTV, Season 2)

July 14:
Heist (Netflix, new docuseries)
Good Trouble (Freeform, Season 3B)
Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC, Season 5)
Dr. Pimple Popper: This Is Zit (TLCgo/Discovery+, Season 2)
How to Olympics (YouTube, new docuseries)

July 15:
Coroner (The CW, Season 3)
Never Have I Ever (Netflix, Season 2)
American Horror Stories (Hulu, new drama limited series)
Dr. Death (Peacock, new drama series)
Archibald’s Next Big Thing is Here! (Peacock, Season 3)
The Walking Dead: Origins (AMC+, new docuseries)
The North Water (AMC+, new drama series)
Riding Phat (Crackle, new docuseries)
Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry (Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Artisan’s Kitchen (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Fixer Upper Mind (Discovery+, Season 6)
Jean Stoffer Design (Discovery+, new docuseries; working title)
Making Modern with Brooke and Brice (Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Cabin Chronicles (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Extraordinary Stories Behind Everyday Things (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Homegrown (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
First Time Fixer (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Home Work (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Family Dinner (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Fieldhouse (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Johnny Swim Show (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Re(Motel) (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Restoration Road with Clint Harp (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Super Dad (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Van Go (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Where We Call Home (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Dark Side of the 90s (Vice TV, new docuseries)
MSNBC Perspectives (The Choice from MSNBC, new news-highlights series)

July 16:
McCartney 3, 2, 1 (Hulu, new documentary limited series)
Schmigadoon (Apple TV+, new comedy series)
Making the Cut (Amazon, Season 2)
Icon: Music Through The Lens (PBS, new documentary series)
MTV’s Families of the Mafia (MTV, Season 2)

July 17:
The Globe (Discovery+, new competition series)
Say Yes to the Dress (TLC, Season 20)
Love & Marriage: Huntsville (OWN, Season 3)
Family or Fiancé (OWN, Season 2)

July 18:
Dead Pixels (The CW, Season 2)
Power Book III: Raising Kanan (Starz, new drama series)
The End (Showtime, new comedy series)
Love in Paradise: The Caribbean – A 90 Day Story (Discovery+, new unscripted series)
Modern Marvels (History, Season 21)
The Machines That Built America (History, new docuseries)
Serengeti (Discovery, Season 2)
Jerusalem: City of Faith and Fury (CNN, new docuseries)
Buddy vs. Duff (Food Network, Season 3)
Charmed to Death (Oxygen, new docuseries)
The Cooligans (Fubo Sports Network, Season 4)

July 19:
For Ball and Country (Peacock, new docuseries)
The Oval (BET, Season 2B)
Darcey & Stacey (TLC, Season 2)
Darcey & Stacey: Inside the Episode (TLC, Season 2)
Getaway Driver (Discovery, new competition series; network premiere)
Betraying the Badge (Vice TV, new docuseries)
Dirty Rotten Cleaners (A&E Network, new docuseries)
Outlier (Acorn TV, Season 1 of Swedish drama; U.S. premiere)

July 20:
Man vs. History (History, new docuseries)
In Their Own Words (PBS, Season 2)
A Round with Tiger: Celebrity Playing Lessons (Golf Digest, new docuseries)

July 21:
Turner & Hooch (Disney+, new comedy series; moved from July 16)
Behind the Attraction (Disney+, new docuseries; moved from July 16)
Fasten Your Seatbelts (A&E, new docuseries)
Expedition Unknown (Discovery/Discovery+, Season 9)

July 22:
Ghost Adventures (Discovery+, Season 18)
Through Our Eyes (HBO Max, new documentary miniseries)
Mysteries of Mental Illness (PBS, new documentary miniseries)
Ultra City Smiths (AMC+, new animated comedy series; moves to AMC in fall)
Break the Record (YouTube, new competition series)

July 23:
Ted Lasso (Apple TV+, Season 2)
Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Netflix, new animated series)
Sky Rojo (Netflix, Season 2)
Mind for Design (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Darcey & Stacey: Pillow Talk (TLC, new companion series)

July 24:
Godzilla Singular Point (Netflix, Season 1 of anime series; U.S. premiere)
Eden: Untamed Planet (BBC America/AMC/AMC+, new documentary series)
Destination Fear (Travel Channel/Discovery+, Season 3)

July 26:
Roswell, New Mexico (The CW, Season 3)
Celebrity IOU: Joyride (Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Heart Guy (Acorn TV, Season 5; U.S. premiere)

July 27:
Citizen P.I. (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Money with Marsai Martin (In the Know, new finance series)

July 28:
Love Is Blind: After the Altar (Netflix, new limited docuseries)
Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts (Disney+, talk show series; moved from July 30)
Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life (Disney+, new animated shortform series; moved from July 23)
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (Disney+, Season 1B; moved from July 30)
Glad You Asked (YouTube, Season 2)

July 29:
Behind the Music (Paramount+, new music documentary series revival)
The Prince (HBO Max, new animated comedy series)
Fboy Island (HBO Max, new competition series)
Dr. Death: The Undoctored Story (Peacock, new docuseries)
The Wine Show (Sundance TV/Acorn TV, Season 3; U.S. premiere)
Hindsight (Reel South, new documentary short-film series)

July 30:
Outer Banks (Netflix, Season 2)
Back on the Record with Bob Costas (HBO, new sports talk series)
Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson (Apple TV+, new docuseries)
Turning The Tables With Robin Roberts (Apple TV+, new docuseries)
The Pursuit of Love (Amazon, new dramedy miniseries)
Gold Rush: Winter’s Fortune (Discovery/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Zoë Bakes (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Cesar Millan: Better Human than Dog (National Geographic Channel/NatGeo Wild, new docuseries)
The Demi Lovato Show (Roku Channel, new talk show series)

August 1:
Johnson (Bounce, new dramedy series)

August 2:
Small Town News: KPVM Pahrump (HBO/HBO Max, new docuseries)
My True Crime Story (VH1, new docuseries)

August 3:
Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union (HBO/HBO Max, new documentary miniseries)
Top Secret UFO Projects: Declassified (Netflix, new docuseries)

August 4:
Short Circuit (Disney+, Season 2; moved from July 30)
Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami (Netflix, new docuseries)
Control Z (Netflix, Season 2)
Car Masters: Rush to Riches (Netflix, Season 3)
Cooking with Paris (Netflix, new cooking series)
My Feet Are Killing Me (TLC, Season 3)
My Feet Are Killing Me: Foot Notes (TLCgo/Discovery+, Season 3)
Over Australia (Smithsonian Channel, new documentary series)

August 5:
Hart to Heart (Peacock, new talk show series)
Underground Marvels (Science Channel, new docuseries)
Abandoned: Operation Shipwreck (Science Channel, new docuseries)

August 6:
Mr Corman (Apple TV+, new comedy series)
Hit & Run (Netflix, new drama series)
Navarosa (Netflix, new Indian drama series)
Ancient Aliens (History, Season 16)
For the Love of Kitchens (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Ranch to Table (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary (IMDb TV, new docuseries)

August 8:
Family Game Fight! (NBC, new competition series)
The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime, Season 2)
UFO (Showtime, new docuseries)
Money Hungry (Food Network, new competition series; moved from July 25)

August 9:
The Wall (NBC, Season 4)
Reservation Dogs (Hulu, new comedy series)
Shaman King (Netflix, new anime series)
Brat Loves Judy (AllBlk, new docuseries)

August 10:
Fantasy Island (Fox, new drama series reboot)
DC’s Stargirl (The CW, Season 2)
Hard Knocks: The Dallas Cowboys (HBO, Season 20)
Gabby’s Dollhouse (Netflix, Season 2)
Untold (Netflix, new sports documentary series)
Chopped: Playing with Fire (Food Network, new competition series)

August 11:
Family Game Fight! (NBC, new competition series; time slot premiere)
Riverdale (The CW, Season 5B; moved from July 7)
Bake Squad (Netflix, new competition series)
Cribs (MTV, new unscripted series revival)
The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies (MTV, Season 37)
Money Court
(CNBC, new courtroom series)

August 12:
Titans (HBO Max, Season 3)
AlRawabi School for Girls (Netflix, new Middle Eastern drama series)
Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild (Netflix, new anime series)
The Hype (HBO Max, new competition series)
Star Trek: Lower Decks (Paramount+, Season 2)
Well Done with Sebastian Maniscalco (Discovery+, new unscripted series)
The Ms. Pat Show (BET+, new comedy series)

August 13:
Masters of Illusion (The CW, Season 7)
Modern Love (Amazon, Season 2)
Brand New Cherry Flavor (Netflix, new drama limited series)
Gone for Good (Netflix, new drama limited series)
The Kingdom (Netflix, Season 1 of Korean drama series)
Valeria (Netflix, Season 3)
Fast & Furious Spy Racers (Netflix, Season 5)
Disney’s Magic Bake-Off (Disney+, new competition series)
Point of View: A Designer Profile (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
AEW: Rampage (TNT, new wrestling series)

August 14:
Pawn Stars (History, Season 19)

August 15:
Heels (Starz, new drama series)
Chesapeake Shores (Hallmark Channel, Season 5)
Invisible Monsters: Serial Killers in America (A&E, new mini-docuseries)
I Survived a Serial Killer (A&E, new docuseries)

August 16:
Bachelor in Paradise (ABC, Season 7)
The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E (AllBlk, new documentary miniseries)
Ben & Jerry’s: Clash of the Cones (Food Network, new competition series)

August 17:
My Big Fat Fabulous Life (TLC, Season 9)
Go! Go! Cory Carson (Netflix, Season 5)

August 18:
Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu, new drama limited series)
Diary of a Future President (Disney+, Season 2)
Growing Up Animal (Disney+, new documentary series; moved from August 20)
The Defeated (Netflix, new drama series)
Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens (Comedy Central, Season 2)

August 19:
Burden of Truth (The CW, Season 4; final season)
Sweet Life: Los Angeles (HBO Max, new unscripted series)
Accused: Guilty or Innocent? (A&E, Season 2)

August 20:
The Greatest #AtHome Videos (CBS, Season 2)
The Chair (Netflix, new comedy series)
Everything Will Be Fine (Netflix, new dramedy series)
Cold Case Files (A&E, Season 7)
American Justice (A&E, Season 30)

August 22:
Work in Progress (Showtime, Season 2)
The Walking Dead (AMC, Season 11; final season)
Chapelwaite (Epix, new drama series)
The Machines that Build America: Snack Sized (History, Season 2)

August 23:
The Ultimate Surfer (ABC, new competition series; moved from August 6)
Celebrity IOU: Joyride (Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf (Netflix, new anime series)

August 24:
Supergirl (The CW, Season 6B; final season)
Welcome to Plathville (TLC, Season 3)

August 25:
American Horror Story: Double Feature (FX, Season 10)
Archer (FXX, Season 12)
Clickbait (Netflix, new drama series)
Open Your Eyes (Netflix, new drama series)
Post Mortem: Nobody Dies in Skarnes (Netflix, new dramedy series)
Motel Makeover (Netflix, new docuseries)
Counting Cars (History, Season 10)
The Program: Prison Detox (Discovery+, new docuseries)
Neighborhood Wars (A&E, new docuseries)

August 26:
The Other Two (HBO Max, Season 2)
Rugrats (Paramount+, Season 1B)
Edens Zero (Netflix, new anime series)
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole? (A&E, Season 2)

August 27:
See (Apple TV+, Season 2)
Titletown High (Netflix, new docuseries)
Self Employed (Magnolia Network/Discovery+, new docuseries)
The Proof Is Out There (History, new docuseries)
Life After Lockup (WEtv, Season 3)

August 28:
Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (Netflix, new Korean drama series)
Guy: Hawaiian Style (Discovery+, new docuseries)

August 29:
Return of Evil (Paramount+, Season 2)
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way (Discovery+, Season 3)
9/11: One Day in America (National Geographic Channel, new docuseries)
My Life Is Murder (Acorn TV, Season 2)

August 31:
Only Murders in the Building (Hulu, new comedy series)
Sparking Joy (Netflix, new docuseries)
History’s Greatest Mysteries (History, Season 2)
Cities of the Underworld (History, Season 4)

September 1:
Future of Work (PBS, new documentary miniseries)

September 2:
Q-Force (Netflix, new animated comedy series)
What We Do in the Shadows (FX, Season 3)

September 3:
Money Heist (Netflix, Season 5A)
The D’Amelio Show (Hulu, new unscripted series)

September 5:
Billions (Showtime, Season 5B)
Guilt (PBS, new drama miniseries)

September 7:
Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX, Season 3)

September 8:
Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Showtime, Season 2)

September 9:
Sunday Night Football (NBC, Season 16; Thursday special)
Football Night in America (NBC, Season 16; Thursday special)

September 10:
Lucifer (Netflix, Season 6; final season)

September 12:
Sunday Night Football (NBC, Season 16; Sunday premiere)
NFL on Fox (Fox, Season 28 premiere)
NFL on CBS (CBS, season premiere)
American Rust (Showtime, new drama series)
NFL on Fox Deportes (Fox, Season 9 premiere)
MTV Video Music Awards (MTV, live awards special)

September 13:
Y: The Last Man (Hulu, new drama series)
You Bet Your Life (Fox stations, new daytime game show)

September 15:
Made from Scratch (Fuse, Season 3)

September 16:
The Premise (Hulu, new anthology series)
The Harper House (Paramount+, new animated comedy series)
Tacoma FD (TruTV, Season 3)

September 17:
The Morning Show (Apple TV+, Season 2)
Sex Education (Netflix, Season 3)
Tha God’s Honest Truth with Lenard ‘Charlamagne’ McKelvey (Comedy Central, new late-night talk show series)

September 18:
48 Hours (CBS, Season 35)
2021 Creative Arts Emmys (FXX, awards special)

September TBA:
Scenes from a Marriage (HBO, new drama limited series)
The Problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+, new talk show series)

Summer TBA:
Claws (TNT, Season 4; final seasons)
Fboy Island (HBO Max, new competition series)
The Other Two (HBO Max, Season 2)
When Big Things Go Wrong (History, new docuseries; moved from June 30)
Fena: Pirate Princess (AdultSwim/Cruncyroll, new Japanese anime series; U.S. premiere)

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