2020 is a big year for television. There are more streaming services than ever before and even more set to launch this year, meaning even more competition for the traditional networks.
Big hitters Westworld, The Walking Dead and Doctor Who continue while Supernatural comes to an end. And there's a bunch of brand new shows jostling for your eyeballs -- click through the gallery to meet the pick of the all-new TV shows coming to HBO, Netflix, Amazon, Apple, Disney Plus, CBS All Access and other screens near you in 2020.
To kick off the year, old favorite Patrick Stewart returns to the captain's chair in Star Trek: Picard. The much-missed Starfleet hero warps onto CBS All Access in January -- with some old friends boldly going along too... (Disclosure: CBS All Access is owned by CNET parent ViacomCBS.)
There's more mechanoid mayhem in Westworld -- and beyond the futuristic theme park's confines -- in season 3 of HBO's mind-bending sci-fi series. The new season adds a World War II environment, plus Aaron Paul joins the cast -- but is he human or host?
Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon and Alan Yang are behind the scenes of Apple TV Plus anthology Little America, showcasing the funny, romantic, heartfelt and surprising stories of immigrants in the US.
A teenage heroine with a mysterious gift wields a magical sword as she teams up with a young mercenary named Arthur to go in search of a powerful wizard -- named Merlin. Netflix's Cursed is a reimagining of Arthurian legend for our troubled times.
Animated comedy Star Trek: Lower Decks warps onto CBS All Access to tell the adventures of the support crew on one of Starfleet's least important ships. (Disclosure: CBS All Access is owned by CNET parent ViacomCBS.)
A decade after the world has become a frozen wasteland, the survivors of humanity circle the globe on Snowpiercer, a perpetually moving train divided by class struggle. This new TV show follows the excellent 2013 movie, which was in turn based on a French comic book.
Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, Jason Bateman and Paddy Considine star in HBO's The Outsider, adapting Stephen King's novel about a man accused to a child's murder -- unless something monstrous committed the deed...
Malorie Blackman's bestselling novel about a dystopian world comes to TV, set in a world where the races are segregated -- and the ruling class is black. Rapper Stormzy is one of the stars of BBC drama Noughts and Crosses.
Social media comes to TV in Netflix reality show The Circle, a US version of the British show in which contestants are locked in an apartment block and can only interact with each other through their online profiles... but are they all who they seem? Think of it as Facebook crossed with Big Brother (the TV show, not the terrifying dystopian oppressor).
Aldous Huxley's scathing sci-fi dystopia will debut at some point on NBC's forthcoming streaming service Peacock, which launches in April 2020. Alden Ehrenreich and Hannah John-Kamen star, with comic iconcolast Grant Morrison among the producers.
CBS All Access drama Interrogation adds a novel twist to your streaming: you can watch the episodes in any order, and the truth is revealed in a final episode released shortly afterward. (Disclosure: CBS All Access in owned by CNET parent ViacomCBS.)
And finally, from shows making their debuts to a much-loved favorite bowing out. Family don't end with blood, but even the most-loved and longest-running TV series have to end sometime. And so, after 15 seasons of saving people and hunting things, the Winchester family business winds up with the final ever episode of Supernatural on May 18, 2020. Goodbye, boys.