Television production was disrupted in 2021, but there's still been a ton of great TV -- and there are lots more television shows to get excited about as 2021 rolls into 2022.
Another Marvel episodic adventure sees Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye recruiting new sidekick Hailee Steinfeld.
Netflix returns to the world of big cats and outlandish crime to find out whether Joe Exotic is thriving in captivity.
John Cho leads the cast of hotly tipped anime adaptation Cowboy Bebop.
Lord Anthony Bridgerton will "dominate" season 2 of Netflix's period romp, coming in 2021 or possibly early 2022.
Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 returns for an eleventh season Oct. 24.
The solar system is at war as the underrated sci-fi show's sixth and final season premieres Friday, Dec. 10 on Amazon Prime Video. New episodes each week build to The Expanse's final climax on Jan. 14, 2022.
The fifth and final season of Insecure brings Issa Rae's smart and heartfelt comedy-drama to a close.
In a realm that's simultaneously Earth's past and future, women warriors protect the Dragon Reborn to battle the Dark One. The latest show aiming to be the next Game of Thrones is The Wheel of Time, starring Rosamund Pike and based on Robert Jordan's long-running series of fantasy novels.
No release date has been announced, but production is well under way for Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's iconic comic The Sandman.
Catherine finally takes the Russian throne for her own -- but must battle her court, her co-coup-ees and even her own mother in a bid to bring the enlightenment to a reluctant Russia. The Great season 2 is on Hulu from Nov. 19.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is one of the people behind this true story of two brothers forming their own Black mafia family in the late 1980s.
I Know What You Did Last Summer is rebooted as a TV series on Amazon Oct. 15.
Bounty hunter Boba Fett hunts down his own show after a surprise return in The Mandalorian. The Book of Boba Fett arrives Dec. 29 on Disney Plus.
And Just Like That... is a prequel to HBO's much-loved series Sex and the City, reuniting Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis (but not Kim Cattrall) in December.
On Nov. 7, Michael C. Hall returns as serial killer Dexter Morgan. The original series ended in 2013.
Sports star Colin Kaepernick looks back on his formative years in Colin in Black & White. Jaden Michael stars a young Kaepernick, with Nick Offerman and Mary-Louise Parker as his adoptive parents.
Emily is an influencer en francais in season 2 of Netflix's frothy comedy Emily in Paris, arriving Dec. 22.
Kid-friendly adventure goes to warp speed in Star Trek: Prodigy, coming to Paramount Plus Oct. 28, then airing later on Nickelodeon.
A violent monkey from Marvel comics. Yes, Hit-Monkey is a real thing, and it streams on Hulu on Nov. 17.
What might have been in the MCU in this multiverse-spanning series of different versions of Marvel's stories.
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon added their voices to the #MeToo movement in the acclaimed first season of Apple's topical drama about the TV industry. Season 2 streams this year.
Netflix renewed karate hit Cobra Kai for a fourth and fifth season, kicking off Dec. 31.
An American journalist (Ansel Elgort) and a Tokyo detective (Ken Watanabe) fight crime in Japan in the '90s. It's from Michael Mann, though it's got nothing to do with classic pastel-colored TV series Miami Vice (pictured).
An anime adaptation of a crooked comic from hitmaking writer Mark Millar, coming to Netflix Nov. 25.
Chernobyl star Jared Harris leads this heavyweight adaptation of Isaac Asimov's science fiction masterwork on Apple TV Plus. Laura Birn, pictured, also stars.
Sitcoms are in the firing line in Kevin Can F**k Himself, a weird and bold drama starring Schitt's Creek's Annie Murphy.
For Walking Dead fans, Y The Last Man is another comic-based apocalypse. This time it's the just men who are wiped out -- all except one (and his monkey).
Created and directed by Barry Jenkins, The Underground Railroad is a fantasy set in the era of slavery, based on the 2016 novel by Colson Whitehead.
House of The Dragon is HBO's prequel to Game of Thrones, starring Matt Smith as a scheming Targaryen in 2022.
John Cena reprises his role from The Suicide Squad as the lunkheaded Peacemaker, coming to HBO in January.
Here's some of 2021's shows we loved, starting with January's HBO documentary The Lady and the Dale. It tells the bizarre true story of Liz Carmichael, who promised a revolutionary new car for the 1970s -- until the wheels came off her schemes...
This Silence of the Lambs sequel series reveals life after Hannibal Lecter for the dogged agent, played by Jodie Foster in the 1991 movie. Australian actor Rebecca Breeds, from Pretty Little Liars and Home and Away, dons the FBI windbreaker.
Tom Hiddleston is mischievous god Loki in another Marvel series streaming on Disney Plus.
Long-running superhero comic Invincible, from the creator of the original Walking Dead comic, comes alive in a wildly imaginative superpowered sci-fi Amazon animated series.
The latest series of Ryan Murphy's juicy American Crime Story anthology tackles the Bill Clinton impeachment. Clive Owen stars as President Clinton, with Beanie Feldstein as Monica Lewinsky and Sarah Paulson as Linda Tripp.
Writer Russell T. Davies (Doctor Who and A Very English Scandal) explores the impact of the HIV and AIDS epidemic on 1980s society in this drama starring Olly Alexander from the band Years & Years. It's a Sin aired on Channel 4 in January in the UK.
Civil rights movement activist Mamie Till-Mobley campaigned for change after the lynching of her 14-year-old son Emmett Till in 1955. Broadway star Adrienne Warren plays Till-Mobley in this ABC limited series.
Nicole Kidman in a drama based on a mystery novel? The producers behind Big Little Lies and The Undoing adapt Liane Moriarty's book for Hulu. Regina Hall, Melissa McCarthy, Samara Weaving and Michael Shannon are the other strangers who may prove to be less than perfect.
An ensemble cast gathers at a swanky hotel in HBO's mystery The White Lotus.
Thrills and chills with a severe case of catfishing in Clickbait.