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Winter TV 2019: Premiere Dates For All The New & Returning Series

2019 Winter TV Premiere Dates

It has become something of an annual tradition that television viewers both celebrate and lament the mountain of content awaiting them as one year ends and another begins. That’s certainly the case with 2019, as broadcast networks, cable channels, and streaming services all have more content than any one person can possibly watch competing for eyeballs in the year to come. While it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when it comes to what to watch, knowing when old favorites will return and when those shiny new shows will begin might make things a little easier. 

This winter looks to be a busy one, as not only will favorites like The CW’s Arrowverse return, but the network will also debut its reboot of the teen alien drama, Roswell, New Mexico. Meanwhile, FOX kicks off the beginning of the end for Gotham, while preparing for humanity’s downfall in the series premiere of The Passage. Not to be outdone by the networks, HBO sees the return of True Detective, and Showtime makes room for Don Cheadle’s return in Black Monday. Streaming-wise, things look typically busy, as Netflix readies the final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events as well as the return of Friends From College and The Punisher, before another comic book adaptation, The Umbrella Academy hits in February. 

More: Black Monday Review: Don Cheadle's New Comedy Goes All-In On Excess

Hulu has some early 2019 series worth checking out, too, like PEN15, Future Man, and Shrill, while Amazon will bring Inspector Poirot to TV in The ABC Murders. And that’s just a small sampling of what’s to come in the new year. Check out the premiere dates for January-March, 2019 below: 

Neil Patrick Harris in A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 3 Netflix

January

Tuesday, January 1

A Series of Unfortunate Events — Netflix

Wednesday, January 2

grown-ish — Freeform

Thursday, January 3

Gotham — FOX, 8pm

The Blacklist — NBC. 10pm

Friday, January 4

Young Justice: Outsiders — DC Universe

Fresh Off the Boat — ABC, 8pm

Speechless — ABC, 8:30pm

Sunday, January 6

The 76th Annual Golden Globes — NBC

Tuesday, January 8

Good Trouble — Freeform 

The Conners — ABC, 8pm

The Kids Are Alright — ABC, 8:30pm

black-ish — ABC, 9pm

Splitting Up Together — ABC, 9:30pm

The Rookie — ABC, 10pm

Project Blue Book — History, 10pm

Aidan Gillen Project Blue Book History

Wednesday, January 9

The Goldbergs — ABC, 8pm

Schooled — ABC, 8:30pm

Modern Family — ABC, 9pm 

Single Parents — ABC, 9:30pm

Match Game — ABC 10pm

You’re The Worst — FXX, 10pm 

I’m Sorry — truTV 10pm 

Thursday, January 10

Brooklyn Nine-Nine — NBC 9pm

The Good Place — NBC, 9:30pm

Fam — CBS, 9:30pm

Friday, January 11

Informer — Amazon 

Friends From College — Netflix

Future Man — Hulu

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend — The CW, 9pm

Stephen Dorff and Mahershala Ali in True Detective Season 3

Sunday, January 13

Valley of the Boom — National Geographic, 9pm

True Detective — HBO, 9pm

Victoria — PBS, 9pm

Monday, January 14

The Passage — FOX, 9pm

Those Who Can’t — truTV, 10pm

The Good Doctor — ABC, 10pm

Tuesday, January 15

The Flash — The CW, 8pm

Roswell, New Mexico — The CW, 9pm

Drunk History — Comedy Central, 10pm

Teachers — TV Land, 10pm

Corporate — Comedy Central, 10:30pm

Wednesday, January 16

Riverdale — The CW, 8pm

Deadly Class — SYFY, 10pm

Schitt’s Creek — Pop, 10pm

Thursday, January 17

A Discovery of Witches — Sundance

Star Trek: Discovery — CBS All Access

Grey’s Anatomy — ABC, 8pm

Supernatural — 8pm

A Million Little Things — ABC, 9pm

How to Get Away With Murder — 10pm

Jon Bernthal in Marvel's The Punisher Netflix

Friday, January 18

Grace and Frankie — Netflix

Carmen Sandiego — Netflix

The Punisher — Netflix

Saturday, January 19

Dynasties — BBC America, 9pm

Sunday, January 20

Supergirl — The CW, 8pm

Shameless — Showtime, 9pm

Charmed — The CW, 9pm

Crashing — HBO, 10pm

Black Monday — Showtime, 10pm

High Maintenance — HBO 10:30pm

SMILF — Showtime, 10:30pm

Monday, January 21

Arrow — The CW, 8pm

Black Lightning — The CW, 9pm

Wednesday, January 23

The Magicians — SYFY, 9pm

Pure — WGN, 10pm

Suits — USA, 10pm

Hale Appleman in The Magicians SYFY

Thursday, January 24

Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes — Netflix

Siren — Freeform 

Broad City — Comedy Central, 10pm

The Other Two — Comedy Central, 10:30pm

Friday, January 25

Black Earth Rising — Netflix

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — Netflix

Kingdom — Netflix

Strike Back — Cinemax, 10pm

Monday, January 28

I Am The Night — TNT, 9pm

Thursday, January 31

Will & Grace — 9:30pm

Page 2 of 3: February Premiere Dates

John Malkovich in The ABC Murders

Friday, February 1

Russian Doll — Netflix

The ABC Murders — Amazon Prime Video

Monday, February 4

Man With a Plan — CBS, 8:30pm

Tuesday, February 5

American Housewife — ABC, 8pm

Friday, February 8

One Day At a Time — Netflix 

PEN15 — Hulu

Saturday, February 10

The Walking Dead — AMC, 9pm 

Tuesday, February 12

Miracle Workers — TBS, 10:30pm

Friday, February 15

Doom Patrol — DC Universe

The Umbrella Academy — Netflix

Proven Innocent — FOX, 9pm

Wednesday, February 20

Documentary Now! — IFC, 10pm

Daniel Radcliffe in Miracle Workers TBS

Thursday, February 21

The Oath — Crackle

Desus & Mero — Showtime, 10pm

Sunday, February 24

The 91st Annual Academy Awards — ABC

Monday, February 25

Shadowhunters — Freeform

The Enemy Within — NBC, 10pm 

Tuesday, February 27

Whiskey Cavalier — ABC, 10pm

Page 3 of 3: March Premiere Dates

March

American Gods Season 2 Poster

Sunday, March 3

Good Girls — NBC, 10pm

Thursday, March 7

Superstore — NBC, 8pm

AP Bio — NBC, 8:30pm

Station 19 — ABC, 9pm

For the People — ABC, 10pm

Sunday, March 10 

American Gods — Starz, 8pm

Now Apocalypse — Starz, 9pm

Tuesday, March 12

The Village — NBC, 10pm

Wednesday, March 13

SEAL Team — CBS, 9pm

Friday, March 15

Shrill — Hulu

Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti in Billions Season 4

Sunday, March 17

Billions — Showtime, 9pm

Monday, March 18

The Fix — ABC, 10pm

Wednesday, March 20

The Act — Hulu

Sunday, March 31

Call the Midwife — PBS, 8pm

Next: The Best New TV Shows Of 2018

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