A hectic week can often be made better with a warm blanket and a great show to watch. And let us tell you, this spring show premiere lineup does not disappoint. We have listed upcoming show and season premieres starting as soon as tomorrow. From the last season of Game of Thrones starting in less than two weeks on HBO, to the new Bless This Mess portraying the life of a couple from New York City transplanting in Nebraska, you will want to have your DVR ready.
Friday, April 5
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Netflix
Tuesday, April 9
The Bold Type – Freeform, 7PM
The Code – CBS, 8PM
Sunday, April 14
Game of Thrones – HBO, 8PM
Tuesday, April 16
Bless This Mess – ABC, 8:30PM
Friday, April 19
Life in Pieces – CBS, 7:30PM
Sunday, April 28
The Red Line – CBS, 7PM
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The temperatures may still be in the freezing, but the drama in these new shows is heating up! Great Plains Communications has found some of our favorite premieres coming out in the next month that you won’t want to miss.
Proven Innocent – FOX
A young woman was wrongly accused of murdering her best friend. Once her conviction was overturned she turned to the books and became a lawyer, determined to help others with stories like hers.
The Umbrella Academy – NETFLIX
You will see some familiar faces in this 10-episode adaptation of graphic novels highlighting a family of superheroes. The show is sure to be jam packed with action and an underlying thread of comedy.
Whiskey Cavalier – ABC
The infamous rivalry between the CIA and FBI is not new to our screens, but Whiskey Cavalier looks to provide not only action and drama but romantic tension between the two agents as they both work to obtain the same target.
The Widow – Amazon Prime
This is the American debut of the eight-episode British thriller starring Kate Beckinsale. Her husband is believed to be dead after a plane crash, however Beckinsale’s character isn’t so convinced.
The Act – Hulu
Premieres – 3/20/19
Keeping with the true-crime trend, this short series tells the intense story of a toxic relationship between mother and daughter, based on the Dee Dee and Gypsy Blanchard true crime story.
Fall show premieres are here and you won’t want to miss a moment! Great Plains Communications has listed some of our favorite premieres starting this month with new storylines and familiar faces bringing you horror, drama and comedy.
As you may be familiar with The Purge and its three sequel movies, this follows the same criteria – one night a year where all crime is legal. The 10-episode event is sure to provide suspense and horror.
There is a line between crush and obsession and you won’t want to miss Penn Badgley’s character try to decide which side he is on. So, is it a love story or something darker? You decide as you watch the story unfold.
Forever – Amazon Prime
Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen play a married couple living a comfortable life. But is it fulfilling? This along with other questions are raised after an unexpected event.
The Good Cop – Netflix
Away from the mic and onto the screen, Josh Groban stars alongside Tony Danza in this comedic cop drama from the producers of Monk.
Maniac – Netflix
Buckle up for a ride through the minds of Emma Stone and Jonah Hill’s characters as they are continuously drawn to one another throughout a mysterious pharmaceutical trial.
New year, new goals, and new shows on television you won’t want to miss. Familiar faces in unfamiliar storylines, 2018 has an exciting lineup of premieres. We have highlighted just a few trailers below to give you a taste of what to watch for starting this month.
Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – January 12 on Amazon Prime
A mix of sci-fi short stories, this series not only holds an elite cast (Bryan Cranston, Anna Paquin, Janelle Monae, Steve Buscemi) but it portrays a strange and futuristic world based on Philip K. Dick’s short stories.
A modern-day medicine story focuses on a headstrong senior resident as he mentors an idealistic young doctor. The blunt style of his guidance quickly reveals what it really means to work in the medical field, both good and bad.
Set in 1896 in New York City, we are thrown into a murder mystery amongst extreme wealth and severe poverty. Dakota Fanning stars in this psychiatrist investigative series based on the novel by Caleb Carr.
It is that time again, when we introduce ourselves to new friends, enemies, and even galaxies. Fall show premieres are kicking off and Great Plains Communications has picked some we think you won’t want to miss.
The Orville – September 10 on FOX
As an homage to Star Trek, Seth MacFarlane takes us on a journey through a sci-fi dramedy aboard an exploratory interstellar vessel called Orville.
The Deuce – September 10 on HBO
We step back in time with The Deuce, to the porn industry of New York City in the late 1970s and are welcomed by some familiar chart topping faces.
The Brave – September 25 on NBC
The Brave is a tense war drama, highlighting an elite group of undercover Special Ops troops as they carry out a complicated rescue mission.
Young Sheldon – September 25 on CBS
We have watched as fan favorite The Big Bang Theory climbed to the top of the most watched list and Jim Parson’s character Sheldon has been right there with it. Young Sheldon looks back at where Sheldon Cooper began.
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