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Ten TV shows premiering in January to keep you busy

Ten TV shows premiering in January to keep you busy

Over the past couple of years, networks and streamers alike saw an unexpected spike in viewing habits as the Covid-19 pandemic forced the closing of movie theaters, nationwide. It isn’t surprising that more time at home means more hours sitting in front of the TV. And with so little to do, who can blame you.

But with so many great shows released each month, it can sometimes be hard to keep up track of it all. That’s why we thought it would be a good idea to remind you of ten series premièring in January that you might not want to miss.


This Is Us (9:00 p.m.) NBC | January 4

It’s time to face the ugly truth: The beloved drama This Is Us is ending. NBC announced back in May 2021 that the sixth season which premieres this month will be the last. How will it end? We are guessing it will leave us in tears.


Source: NBC

Black-ish (9:30 p.m.) ABC | January 4

This Is Us isn’t the only hit show ending this year. The upcoming Season 8 of ABC sitcom Black-ish will, unfortunately, be the final outing for the series. Creator Kenya Barris announced the news via Instagram, writing, "In this day and age it is rare to get to decide when your show should come to an end, and we are grateful along with ABC to be able to make this final season exactly what we'd hoped for — and to do it with the entire and AMAZINGLY STELLAR cast coming back to close this chapter out with us the right way!"


Source: HBO Max

Search Party - HBO Max | January 7

HBO Max announced that Search Party will also be ending this year, with its fifth and final season set to premiere with all ten episodes on Jan. 7, 2022. The thriller comedy follows a group of 20-somethings who end up on a dark path while searching for a missing college acquaintance. If you haven’t seen this series yet, now would be a good time to catch up.

A Discovery of Witches - AMC+ | January 8

The final season of A Discovery of Witches is almost here, with an action-packed new season with various cast members hyping it up – including Teresa Palmer, who told Radio Times that “everything feels very elevated”. The official synopsis reads: “In the third and final installment of this spellbinding adaptation of Deborah Harkness’ All Souls trilogy, vampire Matthew (Matthew Goode) and witch Diana (Teresa Palmer) return from 1590 to find tragedy at Sept-Tours.”


Source: HBO 

Euphoria (9:00 p.m.) HBO | January 9

The gritty teen HBO drama that sparked a resurgence of glitter eye shadow is back! Fresh on the heels of Zendaya's history-making win at the 72nd Annual Emmys— the drama finally makes a return this month after the second season was postponed, no thanks to COVID-19. The official plot for Euphoria season 2 is pretty mum, but the official trailer at least gives fans a broad sense of what to expect.

Superman & Lois (8:00 p.m.) The CW | January 11

Superman & Lois returns to The CW this month! The CW has released the official synopsis for "What Lies Beneath," the season 2 premiere, which is set to air on the network on January 11. The episode picks up with the characters still reeling from the events of the season one finale, and everyone facing a new status quo.  It seems relationship issues are the word of the day, with Lois and Clark struggling for unexplained reasons (likely to do with Lois's other-dimensional daughter showing up at the end of last season), Adam jealous of Lana's relationship with a political candidate, and Jordan and Sarah's relationship threatened by the ever-present weight of the Kent family secrets.

Peacemaker - HBO Max | January 13

If you watched The Suicide Squad, you know what to expect from the upcoming series created by James Gunn for HBO Max. Based on the DC Comics character of the same name, Peacemaker stars John Cena as the title character, reprising his role from the popular 2020 film. Peacemaker is but one of DC’s offerings this year that is part of the DC Extended Universe. The eight-episode series explores the origins of the character and his subsequent missions.


Source: Hulu

How I Met Your Father – Hulu | January 18

The long-awaited spin-off series How I Met Your Father will see Hilary Duff taking on the lead role of Sophie, as the female-fronted show will follow the same premise of the original series, with a few remixes, along with a more modern take. How I Met Your Father will premiere mid-month on Hulu.

La Fortuna - AMC+ | January 20 

Stanley Tucci stars in the upcoming AMC series La Fortuna, Álex Ventura, a young and inexperienced diplomat, who unintentionally becomes the leader of a mission that will put all his convictions to the test: to recover the sunken treasure stolen by Frank Wild, an adventurer who travels the world plundering items of common heritage from the depths of the sea. There’s a lot of buzz around the show and many are saying it could be the sleeper hit of 2022. La Fortuna debuts on AMC+ on January 20.


Source: Netflix

Ozark – Netflix | January 21

After three incredible seasons and a jaw-dropping third season finale, the Emmy award-winning series will end its money laundering, cartel boss drama with one last extended season. Ozark Season 4 promises to answer questions that have plagued viewers since the beginning of the series as fans will finally learn how the Byrdes’ story ends. While the previous three seasons contained ten episodes each, the fourth will have 14 episodes. The first part of season four will come out on Netflix globally on Friday, January 21, and contain seven episodes. The second part has yet to get a release date.

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