TV Show Excited to Watch in 2021(12)

Dead to Me (Season 3)

Netflix

It's time for Ben's (James Mardsen) dark secrets to take front-and-center in the upcoming season of this addictive series. Stock up on plenty of wine before the Thelma and Louise of streaming—Judy (Linda Cardellini) and Jen (Christina Applegate)—come crashing back onto your screens with their sometimes murderous intent.

Dear White People (Season 4)

Netflix

It's senior year for Justien Simien's Dear White People and the Black students fighting the embedded institutional racism at the mostly white Winchester University. Before graduation day (er, the finale), radio host Sam White (Logan Browning), young politico Troy Fairbanks (Brandon P. Bell), investigative journalist Lionel Higgins (DeRon Horton), and co. clash with the mysterious secret order that maintains the university's prestige at all costs.

Evil (Season 2)

CBS

The clever, kooky, and genuinely scary show from The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King basically begged for a second season with the first's cliffhanger. Katja Herbers's Kristen Bouchard, a forensic psychologist helping priest-in-training David Acosta (Mike Colter) determine whether there's a clinical explanation for strange events or something demonic is afoot, might be—that's right—evil.

Foundation

Apple TV

Isaac Asimov took the world of science fiction by storm when he published his novel (and plenty of followups) about a vision of the future in which every major political event is predicted and planned for in advance by "psychohistorians," who have turned seeing the future into a science. This adaptation stars Lee Pace as the Emperor of the Galaxy and Jared Harris as the brilliant Hari Seldon.

Gossip Girl

HBO Max

The new reboot of the 2007 CW series isn't another chronicle in the scandalous lives of Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf, but it will introduce a new crop of the Manhattan (and possibly even Brooklyn) teen elite and air all of their dirty little secrets in blog (Twitter? TikTok?) form. Original co-producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are running the show.

Insecure (Season 5)

HBO

"If life doesn't look like how you imagined it, does that mean it's a success or a failure?" said producer Prentice Penny about the big theme of Insecure's upcoming season. With Issa and Molly's BFFship in a rocky place, and Issa in an even more confusing situation with boy-of-the-season Lawrence, the next installment is poised to be the most insightful batch of episodes to date.

I Think You Should Leave (Season 2)

Netflix

What delights could the second season of Tim Robinson's, dare-we-say, comedy masterpiece contain? Honestly, we couldn't even begin to predict, but if it's anything like the first set of sketches, it will be absolutely incredible.

Kevin Can F**K Himself

AMC

You've seen it times before: the classic sitcom about an idiotic husband with the perfect, doting wife who exists just to support his punchlines. What you haven't seen before is one of those wives killing off her annoying husband. Comedy fans are getting that in the form of Kevin Can F**K Himself, which features Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy as one of those sitcom housewives who decides to f**k it all and murder him, switching between a sitcom format and a darker series, more typical of AMC.

The Lord of the Rings

Amazon Prime

The first of five very expensive Lord of the Rings seasons is headed to Amazon in 2021 as the company tries to serve up the next Game of Thrones before the next Game of Thrones (House of the Dragon) hits HBO. Set in the Second Age, this series will take place long before Frodo was running around The Shire, so it's a gamble to suss out what will actually take place in this Middle Earthian prequel.

Midnight Mass

Netflix

Director Mike Flanagan can't stop churning out that creepy Netflix content. In August 2020, before The Haunting of Bly Manor hit the streaming service in October, the spooky filmmaker started shooting this new series that takes place on a desolate island and follows disturbing events that start to unfold among the community there after a mysterious young priest arrives.

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