The second and final season of Special premieres May 20 on Netflix.
Patton Oswalt stars as a supervillain who's been ousted from his evil society and still has to deal with his crumbling marriage in a new animated comedy, coming to Hulu on May 21.
Season two premieres May 23 on Fox.
NCIS: New Orleans will end after seven seasons on Sunday, May 23.
Season four of The Chi premieres May 23 on Showtime.
Uzo Aduba stars in a reimagined continuation of the therapy drama, 10 years after its last season aired. It premieres on HBO on May 23.
Season three of Black Monday will premiere May 23 on Showtime.
The Bold Type returns for its final season on Wednesday, May 26.
Season five of Lucifer returns for another batch of episodes, May 28 on Netflix.
The third and final season of The Kominsky Method premieres May 28 on Netflix.
Amazon's new YA drama forces teens to compete in a dangerous game where they can win a chance to escape their small town. It premieres May 28.
Fox's new animated series Housebroken stars Lisa Kudrow as a therapy dog who leads the neighborhood animals in group therapy sessions, premiering May 31.
Season 16 will premiere June 1 on NBC with Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara, Howie Mandel and host Terry Crews.
Season three of TV's most wholesome reality show premieres June 3 on NBC.
Apple's upcoming miniseries is based on a book by Stephen King and stars Julianne Moore and Clive Owen. It premieres June 4.
Luke Wilson returns as host and executive producer when the new season of this unscripted drama starts on Friday, June 4.
Three of ABC's game show staples return on Sunday, June 6.
Katie Thurston, the first of the 2021 Bachelorettes, will make her debut on June 7 on ABC.
Season three arrives June 9 on The CW.
Season two of this Apple TV+ drama premieres June 11.
Zooey Deschanel and Michael Bolton host this brand new show that's pretty much exactly what it sounds like, with a wild twist. Celebrity singles pick from a hidden panel of potential suitors based on a variety of questions, but the twist is that the panel don't know who the celebrities are, and will be given clues "via hilarious parody song performances by host Michael Bolton." It becomes our new favorite bonkers show on June 14.
ABC debuts its new unscripted comedy series about "the lighter side of the natural world" debuts June 17, followed by new season premieres of Holey Moley 3D in 2D and The Hustler.
Season four of the Netflix teen thriller arrives June 18.