Every New 2017-2018 Show Worth Knowing About: \'The Bachelor Winter Games\' & More

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Every New 2017-2018 Show Worth Knowing About: ‘The Bachelor Winter Games’ & More

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Every New 2017-2018 Show Worth Knowing About: \'The Bachelor Winter Games\' & More

There are already so many exciting new shows to look forward to.

Scroll down to find out which new broadcast, cable, and streaming series you’ll be obsessed with — you’ll find everything from Ryan Murphy’s latest glitzy anthology to a controversial new Netflix adaptation!

Every New 2017-2018 Show Worth Knowing About: \'The Bachelor Winter Games\' & More
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‘Riverdale’ (Thursday, January 26 on the CW)

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‘Riverdale’ (Thursday, January 26 on the CW)

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This isn’t your dad’s Archie Comics. Riverdale will take the comic characters you know and add abs, plus some creepy mysteries to boot.

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‘Big Little Lies’ (Sunday, February 19 on HBO)

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‘Big Little Lies’ (Sunday, February 19 on HBO)

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This dark dramedy should be awesome if it was able to snag Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, and more.

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‘Feud’ (Sunday, March 5 on FX)

‘Feud’ (Sunday, March 5 on FX)

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The Ryan Murphy-verse continues to expand with this glam drama.

American Horror Story alum Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon will play feuding screen sirens Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, respectively.

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‘Making History’ (Sunday, March 5 on FOX)

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‘Making History’ (Sunday, March 5 on FOX)

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This FOX comedy marks Leighton Meester's return to TV following the end of Gossip Girl in 2012. So, XOXO, you know you’ll love it.

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‘Iron Fist’ (Friday, March 17 on Netflix)

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‘Iron Fist’ (Friday, March 17 on Netflix)

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Welcome to the Netflix party, Loras Tyrell!

Game of Thrones alum Finn Jones will play Iron Fist, the fourth and final member of the streaming site’s Defenders super hero quartet.

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‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ (Friday, March 17 on Amazon)

‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ (Friday, March 17 on Amazon)

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If you’re jonesing for more Gilmore Girls, this is the best you’re going to get until Rory and Lorelai return on Netflix.

Gilmore creator Amy Sherman-Palladino heads to the other big streaming service with her upcoming drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

The Amazon show is about a 1950s woman whose life changes when she realizes she has an amazing knack for standup comedy.

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‘Girlboss’ (Friday, April 21 on Netflix)

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‘Girlboss’ (Friday, April 21 on Netflix)

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We’re already living for this comedy based on “flawed” Nasty Gal company founder Sophia Amoruso and her memoir Girlboss.

Someone buy us a pair of hot pink bell-bottoms ASAP.

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‘Dear White People’ (Friday, April 28 on Netflix)

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‘Dear White People’ (Friday, April 28 on Netflix)

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Netflix will be an embarrassment of riches come April.

This TV adaptation of 2014 movie Dear White People couldn’t look better — or more necessary — for the times.

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‘American Gods’ (Sunday, April 30 on Showtime)

‘American Gods’ (Sunday, April 30 on Showtime)

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Expect people to go crazy over this upcoming Showtime series — inspired by a Neil Gaiman novel of the same name — the way they did with Westworld.

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‘Twin Peaks’ (Sunday, May 21 on Showtime)

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‘Twin Peaks’ (Sunday, May 21 on Showtime)

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Showtime continues the reboot trend with its return to Twin Peaks. The premium network's revival will run for 18 damn fine hours total.

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'Celebrity Ninja Warrior' (Thursday, May 25 on NBC)

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'Celebrity Ninja Warrior' (Thursday, May 25 on NBC)

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As a part of NBC's annual Red Nose Day programming, American Ninja Warrior will have its first celebrity edition, featuring nine famous famous.

The nine braving the obstacles for charity? Arrow's Stephen Amell, Dancing With the Stars alum Derek Hough, Parenthood star Erika Christensen, TODAY co-host Natalie Morales, Olympic medalist Ashton Eaton, former Yankees player Nick Swisher, comedians Nikki Glaser and Jeff Dye, and actress Mena Suvari.

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‘I’m Dying Up Here’ (Sunday, June 4 on Showtime)

‘I’m Dying Up Here’ (Sunday, June 4 on Showtime)

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Jim Carrey executive produces this dark comedy about the 1970s L.A. comedy scene.

Although we won’t see characters named David Letterman, Robin Williams, or Jay Leno, know they all inspired whatever ends up on-screen.

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‘Mindhunter’ (October 2017 on Netflix)

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‘Mindhunter’ (October 2017 on Netflix)

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Remember when Oscar-nominated director David Fincher helmed the first two episodes of House of Cards?

Well, the iconic filmmaker is back on Netflix with the psychological thriller Mindhunter.

David will direct three installments of the Jonathan Groff-starring series about two FBI agents who interview serial killers to solve cases.

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'Rise' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

'Rise' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

This new NBC show, created by Parenthood creator Jason Katims and Hamilton producer Jeffery Seller, is about a high school musical theater department. 

How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor stars as the man in charge of the department.


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'Rise' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

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This new NBC show, created by Parenthood creator Jason Katims and Hamilton producer Jeffery Seller, is about a high school musical theater department. 

How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor stars as the man in charge of the department.


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'For God & Country' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

'For God & Country' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

This drama stars Anne Heche as D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell, who has the most advanced surveillance technology in the world. 

With the help of a Special Ops squad, the team saves the lives of innocent people and executes dangerous missions all over the world. 

'For God & Country' (Fall 2017 on NBC)

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This drama stars Anne Heche as D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell, who has the most advanced surveillance technology in the world. 

With the help of a Special Ops squad, the team saves the lives of innocent people and executes dangerous missions all over the world. 

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'Snowfall' (July 2017 on FX)

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'Snowfall' (July 2017 on FX)

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Set in the summer of 1983, Snowfall follows multiple characters and storylines that converge in this examination of the first crack cocaine epidemic in South Central L.A. and its impact on affected communities since. 

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'The Bachelor Winter Games' (Winter 2018)

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'The Bachelor Winter Games' (Winter 2018)

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This Bachelor spin-off will premiere during the Winter Olympic Games in 2018 and will reunite former Bachelor Nation contestants at a luxurious winter resort. 

The contestants will then go head-to-head in a series of winter-themed challenges and navigate their love lives at the same time. 

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'Dancing With the Stars Junior' (Spring 2018)

'Dancing With the Stars Junior' (Spring 2018)

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This dancing spin-off will follow the original Dancing With the Stars format, but instead of adults, the show will pair celebrity kids with professional junior ballroom dancers. 

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There are already so many exciting new shows to look forward to.

Scroll down to find out which new broadcast, cable, and streaming series you’ll be obsessed with — you’ll find everything from Ryan Murphy’s latest glitzy anthology to a controversial new Netflix adaptation!