Top 25 TV Shows Slated For Release This Spring

Get ready to add some must-watch TV shows to your spring lineup with this list of the top 25 highly anticipated releases.

From thrilling dramas to hilarious comedies, this selection features a diverse range of genres and promises to deliver hours of entertainment.

Dead Ringers

A modern take on David Cronenberg’s 1988 thriller, Dead Ringers follows Elliot and Beverly Mantle (Rachel Weisz), twins who share literally everything: drugs, lovers, and an unapologetic desire to do whatever it takes — including pushing the boundaries of medical ethics — in an effort to challenge antiquated practices and bring women’s healthcare to the forefront.

When it premieres: April 21 on Prime Video

History of the World: Part II

A sequel to Mel Brooks’s 1981 film History of the World: Part I, this new series follows a different period of time for each episode. With a stacked cast of comedy actors, History of the World: Part II utilizes a variety of sketches to detail events throughout human history.

When it premiered: March 6 on Hulu

Great Expectations

Based on the novel by Charles Dickens and developed by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, Great Expectations tells the coming-of-age story of Pip (Fionn Whitehead), an orphan who yearns for a greater life than the one he’s been given. When a twist of fate — and the evil machinations of the mysterious (and eccentric) Miss Havisham (Olivia Colman) — show Pip a dark world of possibilities, his journey really takes a turn. Now, Pip will have to work out the true cost of this new world and whether it will truly make him the person he wishes to be.

When it premieres: March 26 on Hulu

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies

Taking place four years before the original Grease film, the series follows the origins of the beloved Pink Ladies. Set in 1954, four fed-up outcasts decide to take matters into their own hands and have fun on their own terms as they come into their own as the Pink Ladies.

When it premieres: April 6 on Paramount+

The Power

Based on the award-winning novel by Naomi Alderman, The Power tells the story of a world where teenage girls develop the power to electrocute people at will. It’s a power that is hereditary and can’t be taken away, which makes everything more complex. Coming into the thrill of pure power, these girls rapidly learn that they can awaken this power in older women, too. Soon, nearly every woman in the world can do it, and everything changes.

When it premieres: March 31 on Prime Video

Mrs. Davis

Mrs. Davis follows Simone (Betty Gilpin), a nun who sets out on an epic quest to destroy the world’s most powerful Artificial Intelligence known as “Mrs. Davis.”

When it premieres: April 20 on Peacock

Fatal Attraction

A reimagining of the classic ’80s psychological thriller, Fatal Attraction will follow an affair that turns volatile after a woman (Lizzy Caplan) refuses to allow her married lover (Joshua Jackson) to put an end to the affair. However, this time around, the series will update the story and look through the lens of modern attitudes toward strong women, personality disorders, and coercive control.

When it premieres: April 30 on Paramount+

Saint X

Adapted from Alexis Schaitkin’s novel, Saint X is told through multiple timelines and explores and upends the girl-gone-missing genre. The series follows a young woman’s mysterious death during an idyllic Caribbean vacation. Her death creates a ripple effect that eventually pulls her surviving sister into a dangerous pursuit of the truth.

When it premieres: April 26 on Hulu


Inspired by creator Tracy McMillan’s real life, UnPrisoned tells the story of Paige (Kerry Washington), a messy, but perfectionist, single mom, whose life is suddenly turned around when her dad (Delroy Lindo) gets out of prison and moves in with her and her teenage son. Now, this trio must make up for all the time they lost as they come together to form a perfectly imperfect family.

When it premiered: March 10 on Hulu

The Afterparty Season 2

The Afterparty returns with a whole new mystery for Det. Danner (Tiffany Haddish) to investigate. This season, a wedding is ruined when the groom is suddenly murdered and every guest is a suspect.

When it returns: April 28 on Apple TV+

Superman & Lois Season 3

Season 3 picks up weeks after Superman’s (Tyler Hoechlin) defeat of Ally Allston. Now, Clark and Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) are working at the Smallville Gazette together and finally trying to enjoy small-town life. However, their romantic bliss only sheds a light on how isolating Clark’s secret identity can really be. While Clark and Lois balance their personal and professional lives, Jordan (Alex Garfin) learns what it really means to conceal a superhero identity, while Jonathan (Michael Bishop) tries to find a purpose outside of football.

When it returns: March 14 on The CW


This limited series is set in the near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have become embedded into our daily lives. Extrapolations uses eight interwoven stories about love, work, faith, and family across the globe to explore the intimate, life-altering choices that must be made when the planet is changing faster than the population.

When it premieres: March 17 on Apple TV+


Based on The Flight Portfolio by Julie Orringer, Transatlantic is inspired by the true story of the Emergency Rescue Committee, who aided in helping more than 2,000 refugees escape occupied France during WWII, including artists on the Nazis’ most-wanted list.

When it premieres: April 7 on Netflix

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 5

The final season will pick up with Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) finding herself closer than ever to the success she has dreamed of, only to discover that while she’s on the right path, it’s still going to take a lot of sacrifice and hard work to make it an actual reality.

When it returns: April 14 on Prime Video

Succession Season 4

Following the climactic ending of Season 3, where Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook), and Roman (Kieran Culkin) band together to fight for control of Waystar RoyCo, this season picks up with their alliance getting stronger as tension arises between this trio and Tom (Matthew Macfadyen) and Greg (Nicholas Braun), who are standing side-by-side with Logan (Brian Cox). There’s sure to be double-crossing and chaos as we finally find out who will come out on top in the final season.

When it returns: March 26 on HBO and HBO Max


This sprawling and epic spy thriller takes place eight years after the fall of Citadel. The independent global spy agency — tasked to uphold the safety and security of everyone — was destroyed by a powerful syndicate named Manticore, who is manipulating the world from the shadows. With Citadel’s downfall, elite agents Mason Kane (Richard Madden) and Nadia Sinh (Priyanka Chopra Jonas) had their memories wiped and have remained hidden ever since as they try to rebuild their lives. However, when Mason is tracked down by a former colleague (Stanley Tucci), Mason and Nadia are once again thrust into a new mission to hopefully stop Manticore for good.

When it premieres: April 28 on Prime Video

The Big Door Prize

Based on the novel of the same name, The Big Door Prize tells the story of a small town that is forever changed when a mysterious machine suddenly appears in the general store, promising to reveal each resident’s true life potential. Dusty (Chris O’Dowd) watches everyone around him reevaluate their life choices and ambitions, and he’s forced to question whether he’s really as happy as he thinks.

When it premieres: March 29 on Apple TV+

Yellowjackets Season 2

The Yellowjackets barely made it through summer, but now as winter begins to bite, we’ll see if hunger and desperation turn into full-on psychosis. Meanwhile, 25 years later, each survivor must determine if the darkness is coming for them or from them.

When it returns: March 26 on Showtime (and streaming on March 24)

Love and Death

This limited series is based on the true story of Candy Montgomery (Elizabeth Olsen), a churchgoing Texas housewife who is accused of brutally murdering her best friend Betty Gore (Lily Rabe) in 1980.

When it premieres: April 27 on HBO Max

Barry Season 4

Another show coming to an end, Barry begins its final season right after the climactic events of Season 3. Barry will be spending a little while in jail, as he phones Gene (Henry Winkler) to express how much he loves him. Gene vows to do everything he can to help Barry, while Barry must deal with Fuches (Stephen Root), who is also behind bars.

When it returns: April 16 on HBO and HBO Max

Schmigadoon! Season 2

The hilarious and beloved musical comedy series returns and picks up after Josh (Keegan-Michael Key) and Melissa (Cecily Strong) find themselves in Schmicago, the reimagined world of ’60s and ’70s musicals.

When it returns: April 5 on Apple TV+

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

The first Bridgerton prequel centers around young Queen Charlotte’s (India Amarteifio) rise to prominence and power. It follows Charlotte’s marriage to King George (Corey Mylchreest) that sparked both a great love story and a societal shift, creating the world of the Ton as we know it.

When it premieres: May 4 on Netflix

Ted Lasso Season 3

The third and final season picks up with the newly-promoted AFC Richmond facing more ridicule, as they are deemed the worst in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Ted (Jason Sudeikis) continues to balance the pressures at work and his personal life.

When it returns: March 15 on Apple TV+


Set between 2016 and 2018, Swarm follows Dre (Dominique Fishback), an obsessed fan of the world’s biggest pop star. Soon, she sets off on an unexpected cross-country journey, with unexpected and violent consequences, for her favorite R&B singer.

When it premieres: March 17 on Prime Video

Up Here

This musical romantic comedy is set in New York City during the last days of 1999 and follows the extraordinary story of one ordinary couple, Lindsay (Mae Whitman) and Miguel (Carlos Valdez), as they fall in love. However, they soon discover that the biggest obstacle to finding happiness together might just be themselves.

When it premieres: March 24 on Hulu


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