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'Star Trek: Discovery'

'The Defenders'

'The Punisher'


‘The Tick’


'The Orville'

'The Gifted'

'Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams'


'She's Gotta Have It'

'Young Sheldon'

'Lego Masters'

'Future Man'

'The Crossing'


'Jean Claude Van Johnson'

'SEAL Team'




'American Vandal'


'Wisdom of the Crowd'



'Kevin (Probably) Saves the World'

'Hard Sun'

'Alex Inc'

'Kiss Me First'

They say we're in a golden age of television -- which means we're looking forward to more big shows on the small screen. Here's a selection of the sci-fi, fantasy and other geek-friendly new shows beaming into your TV before the end of 2017.

To kick off, Star Trek makes its long-awaited return to television. Sonequa Martin-Green (centre) and Michelle Yeoh (right) boldly go in "Star Trek: Discovery", on CBS All Access and Netflix from 24 September.

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Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Daredevil and Luke Cage join forces for gritty Marvel team-up "The Defenders", on Netflix now.

Caption by / Photo by Sarah Shatz/Netflix

Marvel and Netflix team up again for "The Punisher", expected in November.

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The next big Marvel TV show won't debut on TV: the first two episodes of "Inhumans" will be shown in Imax theatres on 1 September before it debuts on ABC on 29 September.

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With superhero movies dominating the box office, there's never been a better time for the return of big blue bumbler the Tick on Amazon on 25 August, starring Peter Serafinowicz

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Craig Robinson and Adam Scott are normal folks with paranormal problems in Fox sitcom "Ghosted", creeping on air from 1 October.

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Seth MacFarlane spoofs Star Trek in this Fox comedy beginning on 10 September. 

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The X-Men movie universe spills over into TV in "The Gifted" on 2 October, following a family on the run when they discover the kids have mutant powers.

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An anthology of surreal short stories based on the work of legendary author Philip K Dick and featuring an all-star cast, "Electric Dreams" will be shown on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom and Amazon Video elsewhere. 

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Teen drama with a superpowered twist as "Marvel's Runaways", six unusual kids, unite against a common foe: their parents. The series premieres on Hulu on 21 November.

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Spike Lee updates his 1986 debut film "She's Gotta Have It" into a 10-part modern-day Netflix series in November.

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Meet Sheldon Cooper, resident genius/pain in the ass from "The Big Bang Theory", at the age of 9. Find out what life was like for "Young Sheldon" in this CBS spin-off from 25 September. 

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Teams of all ages compete to show off their master builder skills in this Channel 4 contest. Guest judges include Richard Osman, Bill Bailey and Dara O'Briain.

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A humble janitor swaps his mop for a games console as a world-beating gamer -- only now he has to take on other worlds when mysterious visitors from the future put him in charge of stopping an invasion. Hulu's "Future Man" streams from 14 November.

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In ABC's "The Crossing", Steve Zahn is the small-town sherif shocked to discover newly-arrived refugees are seeking asylum from a deadly war... in America's own future. 

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Netflix goes "Dark" with this German supernatural drama exploring the double lives and fractured relationships among four families.

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Amazon's series sees Jean-Claude Van Damme playing himself -- except it turns out the muscles from Brussels is actually a secret agent.

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Former "Buffy" and "Angel" star David Boreanaz seals the deal as part of an elite fighting force in CBS drama "SEAL Team".

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Inspired by the 1970s TV series and 2003 feature film, the "S.W.A.T." team are back in action on CBS on 2 November.

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"Person of Interest" star Sarah Shahi heads into virtual reality in NBC thriller.

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On 13 October, Netflix goes inside the minds of terrifying killers in "Mindhunter", based on the true-life story that inspired books and films like "Silence of the Lambs".

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A disturbing crime leads to a grave miscarriage of justice ... sort of. If you were gripped by true crime sensations "Making a Murderer" and "Serial", then prepare to chew your fingernails once again on 15 September over the burning question posed in Netflix satirical comedy "American Vandal": who drew all those dicks on all those cars?

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"Suburra: The Series" is a Netflix crime thriller set in Rome, blurring the lines between Church, state and organized crime. It's a prequel to the novel and film of the same name and spans 20 turbulent days in Italian history, streaming on 6 October.

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Jeremy Piven plays a visionary Silicon Valley tech innovator who creates a cutting-edge crowdsourcing app to solve his daughter's murder in "Wisdom of the Crowd". It's on CBS from 1 October.

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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling secretly wrote the Cormoran Strike detective stories under the name Robert Galbraith. A new BBC adaptation looks to recreate the magic.

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Netflix gets high on its own supply from 25 August in "Disjointed", starring Kathy Bates as the owner of a cannabis dispensary.

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Jason Ritter is a regular guy who must change his ways if the world is to survive in ABC drama "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World" on 3 October.

Caption by / Photo by Ryan Green/ABC

Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn are hard-boiled cops in a pre-apocalyptic drama -- that is, "Hard Sun" is set in a world that hasn't quite ended yet. "Luther" creator Neil Cross is behind this intriguing BBC drama.

Caption by / Photo by BBC/Euston Films/Nicky Johnston

Based on the podcast StartUp, this ABC comedy sees "Scrubs" star Zach Braff playing a radio journalist who takes a chance and founds his own company, with the help of "Sopranos" star Michael Imperioli.

Caption by / Photo by Elizabeth Fischer/ABC

Tallulah Haddon, enigmatic breakout star of "Taboo" and indie movie "Spaceship", takes the lead in this E4 and Netflix co-production based on the novel by Lottie Moggach. "Kiss Me First" weaves the tale of Leila, a lonely 17-year-old addicted to a fictional online gaming site called Agora. 

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