Younger's final season premieres April 15 on Paramount+. The season will air later in the year on TV Land.
John Stamos stars as an ousted NCAA coach who takes a basketball coaching job at an all-girls high school in this brand new series, coming to Disney+ on April 16.
Kate Winslet plays a small-town detective solving a murder in the midst of her crumbling personal life, beginning April 18 on HBO.
Freeform's new psychological thriller, from executive producer Jessica Biel, is set in the '90s and explores the disappearance of Kate (Olivia Holt) and its impact on nerdy wannabe Jeanette (Chiara Aurelia). It premieres Tuesday, April 20 on Freeform.
Netflix's next big fantasy TV series comes in the form of Shadow & Bone, which is a combination of two related book series by Leigh Bardugo—Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows. The show follows Alina, a young cartographer who discovers some unknown abilities while on a journey across a dark and scary bit of land called the Fold.
Season two finally debuts April 23 on HBO.
The Handmaid's Tale returns for season four with three new episodes premiering at once on Wednesday, April 28. June (Elisabeth Moss) is now a rebel leader striking back against Gilead, but her quest for justice and revenge threatens to consume her and destroy her most cherished relationships.
MacGyver says goodbye on April 30 after five seasons.
Justin Theroux stars in a TV adaptation of the novel The Mosquito Coast, written by his uncle Paul Theroux. It premieres April 30.
Pose returns for its third and final season on Sunday, May 2 on FX.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow returns for season six on Sunday, May 2 at 8 p.m., at which point Batwoman will move to 9 p.m.
Three and a half years after season two debuted, season three of The Girlfriend Experience will premiere May 2 on Starz.
The new animated series follows a group of elite clone troopers with genetic mutations. It premieres May 4.
Selena returns for part two of her inspiring and tragic life story on May 4 on Netflix.
The most iconic fictional girl group from the late '90s/early 2000s is coming back for a reunion on Peacock, beginning May 6.
Dynasty returns for season four on Friday, May 7.
Shrill returns for its third and final season with Annie (Aidy Bryant) energized by her breakup and her newfound momentum at work. It premieres Friday, May 7 on Hulu.
The new Netflix series follows the world's first superheroes, who got their powers in the 1930s. In present day, their kids struggle to live up to their legacy. It premieres May 7.
Season two of Mythic Quest is arriving May 7 on Apple TV+.
Ziwe Fumudoh is taking her Instagram comedy to Showtime beginning May 9.
Mom will say goodbye after eight seasons on Thursday, May 13.
Season two of the show with the best title on TV premieres May 14 on Disney+.
Barry Jenkins presents an alternate history in which the Underground Railroad was an actual railroad that helped enslaved people escape to freedom in the 1800s. It premieres May 14 on Amazon.