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Dates for summer premiere for new and returning series on broadcast, cable, streaming – deadline

Dates for summer premiere for new and returning series on broadcast, cable, streaming – deadline

Summer is here, and the TV landscape is warming up. For those who have been waiting for something new on their screens, here is Deadlines’ annual list of the season’s premiere dates for new and recurring series. It covers more than 200 broadcast, cable and streaming programs that debut between June 15 and mid-September, ahead of Premiere Week. Please send any additions or adjustments to [email protected] We update the list regularly as more dates are revealed.

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June 16:
The old man (FX, new drama series)
Rutherford Falls (Peacock, Season 2)
Players (Paramount +, the new comedy series)
The Dog House: United Kingdom (HBO Max, Season 3)
Impractical jokers (TruTV, Season 9)
Doug to the rescue (Curiosity Stream, Season 2)

June 17:
The summer I was pretty (Prime Video, new drama series)
Home (Apple TV +, Season 2)
The lake (Prime Video, new comedy series)
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail (Discovery / Discovery +, Season 5)
Chrissy’s Court (Roku Channel, Season 2)
Super Sema (YouTube Originals, Season 2)

June 19:
The animal kingdom (TNT, season 6; last season)
Flatbush offenses (Showtime, Season 2)
Effort (PBS, Season 8)
Mathis Family Matters (E !, new series without script)
Beachside Brawl: East Coast vs. West Coast (Food Network / Discovery +, new competition series)
I love a mom’s boy (TLC, season 3)
Bird girl (swim for adults, season 2)
Murdaugh Murders: Deadly Dynasty (Investigation Discovery, new documentary miniseries)
Duck Family Treasure (Fox Nation, new documentary series)

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June 20:
Mind Over Murder (HBO / HBO Max, new document series)
Hidden (Acorn TV, Season 3; Last Season)

June 21:
2022 NHL Awards (ESPN / ESPN +, special price for live broadcasts)
The future of… (Netflix, new documentaries)
Motherland: Fort Salem (Freeform, season 3; last season)
Celebrity Game Face (E !, season 3)
Make this tonight (Tastemade, season 12B)

June 22:
Wellington Paranormal (The CW, Season 3)
Umbrella Academy (Netflix, Season 3)
Eureka! (Disney Junior, new animated series for children)

June 23:
Gordita Chronicles (HBO Max, new comedy series)
The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club (Peacock, new series without script)
The bear (Hulu, the comedy series)
Menudo Forever Young (HBO Max, new documentary miniseries)
Chrisley knows best (USA Network, Season 9B)
Austin Dillon’s life on the highway (USA Network, new unscripted series)
Jersey Shore Family Vacation (MTV, Season 5B)
Buckhead Shore (MTV, new series without script)
Southern charm (Bravo, season 8)
JoJo goes (Facebook Watch, new document series)
Truth be told (+ Life Media, new document series)

June 24:
49th Daytime Emmy Awards (CBS, live awards special)
Chloe (Prime Video, new drama series)
The one who escaped (Prime Video, new dating series)
Theft (Apple TV +, new comedy series)
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (Netflix, new drama series)
Chi (Showtime, Season 5)
Who is Ghislaine Maxwell? (Starz, new documentary miniseries)
American anthems (PBS, new document series)
The great American recipe (PBS, new competition series)

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June 26:
BET Awards (BET, live awards special; delayed in the west)
Westworld (HBO, Season 4)

June 27:
The split (BB America, Season 3)
College Hill: Celebrity Edition (BET +, new competition series)
MTV’s followers: Bretman Rock (MTV YouTube, Season 2)
American dynasty (Fox Nation, new documentary series)

June 28:
Just murder in the building (Hulu, Season 2)
Teenage mom: Young and pregnant (MTV, season 4)

June 29:
Upshaws (Netflix, Season 2)
Pirate Gold from Adak Island (Netflix, new documentaries)
Beymax! (Disney +, new animated series)
All Star Shore (Paramount +, new competition series)
Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution (A&E, new documentary miniseries)

June 30th:
Moonhaven (AMC / AMC +, new drama series)
Madagascar: A Little Wild (Hulu, season 8)
Shark dog (Netflix, Season 2)
More power (History channel, new document series)
Me or the menu (Food Network / Discovery +, new document series)

July 1st
Stranger Things (Netflix, Season 4B)
The terminal list (Prime Video, new drama series)
We hunt together (Showtime, season 2; moved from June 26)
The Black Hamptons (BET +, new drama series)
Camp TV (PBS, season 3; check local listings)
Rent-a-boyfriend (Crunchyroll, Season 2)
Top Gear America (MotorTrend +, Season 2)

July 5:
Titans (TNT, Season 2)
America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston (PBS, new document series)
Dropkick on my devil !!! (Crunchyroll, Season 3)

July 6:
Big Brother (CBS, Season 24)
The challenge: the United States (CBS, new competition series)
Maggie (Hulu, the comedy series)
The green planet (PBS, new documentary series)

July 7:
Touch Happiness (ABC, Season 4)
Generation gap (ABC, new game series)
Mysteries decoded (The CW, Season 3)
Good problems (Freeform, Season 4B)
Moonhaven (AMC +, new drama series)
Crank Yankers (Comedy Central, season 7)

July 8:
The boys (Prime Video, Season 3)
Blackbird (Apple TV +, new limited drama series)
Duck and goose (Apple TV +, new animated series for children)
Boo, bitch (Netflix, the new comedy series)
Magic Kesha (Discovery +, new document series)
Top layer (Showtime, new documentary miniseries)
Shadows House (Crunchyroll, Season 2)

July 9:
Say yes to the dress (TLC, season 21)
Steal this house (HGTV, new document series)

July 10:
Who do you think You Are? (NBC, Season 11)
The last straw (ABC, new game series)
Celebrity family feuds (ABC, Season 9)
The $ 100,000 pyramid (ABC, Season 6)
SkyMed (Paramount +, a new drama series)
Bridge and tunnel (Epix, season 2)
Women who rock (Epix, new document series)
Grantchester (PBS, Season 7)
Married to medicine (Bravo, season 9)
Biography: WWE Legends (A&E, Season 2)
WWE rivals (A&E, new document series)
WWE Smack Talk (A&E, new aftershow series)
How did they build it? (Smithsonian Channel, Season 2)

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July 11:
The bachelor (ABC, Season 19)
Claim fame (ABC, new game series)
You should call Saul (AMC / AMC +, season 6B; last season)
Days of our lives: Beyond Salem (Peacock, Season 2)
Chad (TBS, Season 2)
Under deck Mediterranean (Bravo, season 7)
BBQ USA (Food Network / Discovery +, new document series)

July 12:
What we do in the shadows (FX, Season 4)
The edge of the earth (HBO, new document series)
Star Wars: Unearthed Icons (Vice TV, new document series)

July 13:
The opposites of the sun (Hulu, Season 3)
Everything is rubbish (Freeform, new comedy series)
Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC, season 6)
5 boys a week (Lifetime, new competition series)
Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue (Food Network / Discovery +, new document series)

July 14:
Resident Evil (Netflix, new drama series)
Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons (Hulu, new document series)
Top gear (BBC America, season 32)
101 places to party before you die (TruTV, new document series)
All the queen’s men (BET +, Season 2)
The devil is a part-time employee! (Crunchyroll, Season 2)

July 17:
Blood and treasures (Paramount +, season 2; moved from CBS)
Colosseum (History, new drama series)
Crazy rich old (History, new document series)

July 19:
Love the island (Peacock, new series without script)

July 20th:
2022 ESPYer (ABC, live awards special)
Virgin River (Netflix, Season 4)
Adult-like (Freeform, Season 5)

July 21:
American horror stories (Hulu, Season 2)
Rap Sh! T (HBO Max, new comedy series)
The last movie stars (HBO Max, new documentary series)
Hip Hop My House (Paramount +, new unscripted series)
Jurassic World: Camp chalk (Netflix, Season 5; Last Season)

July 22nd:
Secret renovation of celebrities (CBS, Season 2)
Samples (Apple TV +, Season 3)
Best foot forward (Apple TV +, new comedy series)
Obey me! (Crunchyroll, Season 2)
Boston George (Fandor, new document series)

July 23:
Black love (OWN, season 3; new season)

July 25:
Bugs Bunny Builders (Cartoon Network, new animated series for children)

July 27:
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney +, Season 3)

July 28:
The resort (Peacock, new comedy series)
Keep breathing (Netflix, new drama-limited series)
The family business (BET +, Season 5)
Hudson and Rex (Up Faith & Family, Season 2)

July 29:
Fleet (Apple TV +, new drama series)
Amber Brown (Apple TV +, new comedy series)
Paper girls (Prime Video, new drama series)
Offline (Netflix, new drama series)
Belle Collective (OWN, Season 2)

July 31:
Bid on a hill (Showtime, season 3; moved from July 10)
Love life (TBS, Season 2)

July TBA:
Forever Summer: Hamptons (Prime Video, new unscripted series)
Salvage Marines (Crackle Plus, new drama series)

1st of August:
Turn to a million (HGTV / Discovery +, new competition series)

August 3:
Reservation Dogs (FX, Season 2)

August 5:
Killer Camp (The CW, Season 3)
The Sandmen (Netflix, new drama series)
The Outlaws (Prime Video, Season 2)
The Snoopy Show (Apple TV +, Season 2)

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August 7:
My life as a Rolling Stone (Epix, new document series)

August 9:
Hard Knocks: Training camp with the Detroit Lions (HBO, Season 17)
My big fat amazing life (TLC, season 10)

August 10:
Lock and key (Netflix, Season 3; Last Season)

August 11:
Dunke (CW, new Australian drama series)
Troll: TrollsTopia (Hulu, Season 7)
Ms. Pat Show (BET +, Season 2)
It’s CompliPlated (Food Network / Discovery +, new competition series)

August 12:
I never have (Netflix, Season 3)
A class of its own (Prime Video, new comedy series)
Children of the underground (FX, new document series)
This fool (Hulu, the comedy series)

14th August:
Power Book III: Raising Kanan (Starz, Season 2)
Tales of the Walking Dead (AMC, new anthology drama series)

August 16:
Leonardo (The CW, new drama series)
Devils (The CW, season 2; moved from June 30)
7 Little Johnstons (TLC, season 12)

August 17:
Hun-Hulk (Disney +, new drama series)

August 18:
Dragons: The Nine Returns (Hulu, Season 3)

19th of August:
Surfside girls (Apple TV +, new comedy series)

August 21st:
The dragon’s house (HBO, new drama series)

August 22:
Bobby and Sophie on the coast (HGTV, new document series)

August 24:
Mo (Netflix, the new comedy series)
Welcome to Wrexham (FX, new document series)

August 25:
Mike (Hulu, new drama series)
The End Is New (Peacock, new document series)
Little demon (FXX, new animated comedy series)

August 27:
First home fix (HGTV, new document series)

August 28:
MTV Video Music Awards (MTV, special award for live broadcasts)
Guilt (PBS, Season 2)

August 30:
Patients (Hulu, new drama limited series)

August 31:
Andor (Disney +, new drama series)
Guy’s Ultimate Game Night (Food Network, new competition series)

August TBA:
Cosmic love (Prime Video, new unscripted series)
Marvel’s Spidey and his wonderful friends (Disney Junior, Season 2)
Mickey Mouse Funhouse (Disney Junior, Season 2)

19th of August:
The life of Ella (Apple TV +, new comedy series)

2nd of September:
Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Prime Video, new drama series)

September 8:
The good fight (Paramount +, Season 6; Last Season)

September 11:
Monarch (Fox, new drama series)

September 12:
74th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (NBC, live awards special)

September 14:
The maid’s story (Hulu, Season 5)

Summer TBA:
Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers (Hulu, new document series)
Are you afraid of the dark? (Nickelodeon, Season 3)

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