You Need These New and Returning TV Shows on Your Summer 2021 Watchlist

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    You Need These New and Returning TV Shows on Your Summer 2021 Watchlist

    While you’ll want to be outside enjoying all there is to safely embrace this summer, doing things is exhausting—especially when you haven’t done much in, like, an entire year. The easiest way to relax and be entertained? Watching a new TV series or long-awaited season of a show you love, and this summer promises a hot lineup of both. Some shows have already started airing or are fully binge-able right now, and others are on their way. So take note of the premiere dates, and get ready for an influx of good television.

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    Cruel Summer

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    Set during three summers in the ‘90s, this new teen drama follows the disappearance of one girl, and another who seems to take over her life in a fictional Texas town. If you were even slightly into Pretty Little Liars, this show is for you. Oh, and the Freeform series has already started!

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    Speaking of the ‘90s, this musical comedy is about a one-hit-wonder girl group from the era whose members reunite to live out their pop star dreams. The whole first season is available on Peacock for free. Binge it now, or save it for this summer!

    The Underground Railroad

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    This highly-anticipated series imagines the Underground Railroad as an actual train that brings formerly enslaved people to freedom. It marks the TV directorial debut for Barry Jenkins—who is best known for the Oscar-winning film Moonlight—and you can watch it on Amazon Prime.

    Premieres: May 14

    Black Monday, Season 3

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    Don Cheadle and company are back for another season of Showtime’s dark period comedy that centers around Wall Street—specifically, a group of outsiders who cause the international stock markets to crash in 1987, aka the worst crash of all time.

    Premieres: May 23

    The Bold Type, Season 5

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    Get ready to say goodbye to your favorite media trio. In the final season of the Freeform series, only six episodes will wrap up Jane, Kat, and Sutton’s lives. Will Sutton and Richard officially end their marriage? Will Kat get back with Adena? How will Jane navigate work-life entanglements? We will (hopefully) get answers!

    Premieres: May 26

    Panic

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    If you crave more thrilling teen dramas based in rural Texas towns, look out for Panic on Amazon Prime. Basically, graduating seniors risk their lives every summer to compete in a dangerous game that involves confronting their deepest fears (casual!) for the chance to win massive amounts of money. The catch? Only one person can win.

    Premieres: May 28

    Lucifer, Season 5 Part 2

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    The long-awaited second half of Lucifer season 5 is finally set to hit Netflix after a major pandemic delay. God has arrived on Earth and thanks to the trailer, we know he plans to retire. Lucifer and his twin brother both want to take over the role. Naturally, a huge battle will ensue.

    Available: May 28

    The Bachelorette, Season 17

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    The past few seasons of The Bachelor/Bachelorette have been, quite frankly, a mess. But the franchise is moving right along with Katie Thurston’s season. The shooting for it ended a week early, so only time will tell whether that means Katie found love or sent all of her prospects packing.

    Premieres: June 7

    Loki

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    It’s no surprise we’re getting another MCU-based TV series on Disney+. This one takes place after Avengers: Endgame. In it, the mischievous god Loki becomes detained by an organization that manages time travel and is run by Owen Wilson!

    Premieres: June 9

    Kevin Can F**k Himself

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    In this gritty new AMC series, Annie Murphy of Schitt’s Creek fame plays a sitcom wife who decides she wants to kill her idiotic husband. After years of emotional neglect, she pretends to play a devoted housewife as she plots his murder.

    Premieres: June 13 on AMC+, June 20 on cable

    The Mysterious Benedict Society

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    This new series headed to Disney+ gives off major Umbrella Academy vibes. Four orphans are summoned to a boarding school because they each have a special skill needed to foil a nefarious plot. If they can’t, there could be really bad global consequences.

    Premieres: June 25

    Too Hot To Handle, Season 2

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    Yes, Netflix’s reality show that puts a bunch of hot, horny people on an island and gives them an incentive (loads of money) to not touch each other is back for another season. Good things come to those who wait, I guess!

    Premieres: June TBA

    Betty, Season 2

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    Your favorite group of young women skateboarders in New York City is back. They continue to navigate the male-dominated pastime in this show on HBO Max. It’s spontaneous! It’s dramatic! It’s simply about living and skating freely, and we stan.

    Premieres: June TBA

    Ted Lasso, Season 2

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    If you don’t have Apple TV+, this show is reason alone to pay for it. ICYMI, it’s about an American football coach, played by Jason Sudeikis, who is hired to manage a British soccer team despite having literally no experience.

    Premieres: July 23


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