‘DC’s Stargirl’ Top New, ‘The 100’ Top Returning Show on TV Time Anticipated Series Chart for May

“DC’s Stargirl” was the most anticipated new show, while “The 100” was the top anticipated returning show on the TV Time chart for May.

“DC’s Stargirl,” based on the DC comics character, debuts on DC Universe May 18 and will air the following day on The CW. It follows a high school sophomore who discovers a cosmic staff.

The seventh and final season of dystopian drama and top returning show “The 100” premieres May 20 on The CW.

Taking the silver on the new show chart was TNT’s “Snowpiercer,” premiering May 17. The futuristic drama follows up on the graphic novel and the 2013 film from Bong Joon-ho (Best Picture Oscar winner Parasite). Seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland, the series follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer train while exploring class warfare and the politics of survival.

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Upcoming Netflix series took the third and fourth spots on the new show chart. “Hollywood” (No. 3) is a Ryan Murphy drama that follows a group of aspiring actors in post-World War II Los Angeles who try to make it big despite the entertainment industry’s unfair power dynamics. “Space Force” (No. 4), created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell, is a workplace comedy centering on people tasked with establishing the sixth branch of the U.S. military — The United States Space Force.

Rounding out the new show chart at No. 5 was Amazon Prime’s sci-fi series “Upload,” which follows a young app developer who meets an early death in a future world where humans are able to “upload” themselves into their preferred choice of afterlife.

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Coming in at No. 2 on the returning show chart was Netflix’s black dramedy “Dead to Me,” season two of which premieres May 8. At No. 3 was ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” The series mounts its seventh and final season May 27. The fourth season of “Skam Italia” (No. 4) focuses on Sana, a second-generation Muslim Italian girl, as she faces new challenges, love interests, and the balance between Muslim values ​​and those of Italian society. All 10 episodes will be released May 15 via Netflix Italy and Timvision. Rounding out the top five returning shows was Netflix’s animated series “The Hollow,” season two of which hits screens May 8.

 

Most Anticipated New Shows for May:

  1. “DC’s Stargirl” (DC Universe) — May 18
  2. “Snowpiercer” (TNT) — May 17
  3. “Hollywood” (Netflix) — May 1
  4. “Space Force” (Netflix) — May 29
  5. “Upload” (Amazon Prime) — May 1

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for May:

  1. “The 100” (CW) — May 20
  2. “Dead to Me” (Netflix) — May 8
  3. “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (ABC) — May 27
  4. “Skam Italia” (Netflix Italy/Timvision) — May 15
  5. “The Hollow” (Netflix) — May 8

Hulu’s ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Top New, HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Top Returning Shows on March TV Time Anticipation Charts

Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere” was the top anticipated new show and HBO’s “Westworld” was the top anticipated returning show on the TV Time charts for March.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” is based on data from those users.

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Hulu’s new “Little Fires Everywhere” miniseries, starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, hits screens March 18. Based on the Celeste Ng novel, the eight-episode show follows the fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. Coming in at No. 2 on the new show chart was Hulu’s sci-fi thriller “Devs,” debuting March 5. In the series, when a software engineer’s boyfriend disappears, she suspects foul play and investigates the secretive division of her tech company. Behind HBO’s “The Plot Against America” at No. 3 was “Amazon Stories” (No. 4) from new streaming service Apple TV+. The series is a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s 1985 anthology series.

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Among returning shows, coming in No. 2 behind the HBO sci-fi series “Westworld,” returning for its third season March 15, was Netflix’s Spanish teen drama “Elite,” with its season three hitting screens March 13. Netflix also cleaned up on the rest of the returning shows chart with its series taking the No. 3 through No. 5 spots.

 

Most Anticipated New Shows for March:

  1. “Little Fires Everywhere” (Hulu) — March 18
  2. “Devs” (Hulu) — March 5
  3. “The Plot Against America” (HBO) — March 16
  4. “Amazon Stories” (Apple TV+) — March 6
  5. “Dispatches From Elsewhere” (AMC) — March 1

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for March:

  1. “Westworld” (HBO) — March 15
  2. “Elite” (Netflix) — March 13
  3. “Paradise PD” (Netflix) — March 6
  4. “Ozark” (Netflix) — March 27
  5. “Castlevania” (Netflix) — March 5

 

‘Katy Keene’ Top New, ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Top Returning Shows on February TV Time Anticipation Charts

The CW’s “Katy Keene” was the top anticipated new show and NBC’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was the top anticipated returning show on the TV Time Charts for February.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” is based on data from those users.

Top anticipated new show “Katy Keene,” debuting Feb. 6, is a spinoff of “Riverdale” based on the Archie Comics character.

Netflix’s “Locke & Key,” debuting Feb. 7, took the silver among anticipated new shows, while Amazon Prime’s “Hunters,” hitting screens Feb. 21, got the bronze. “Locke & Key” is a mystery series based on the comic books. “Hunters,” from executive producer Jordan Peele, stars Al Pacino in a story of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York.

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Among returning shows, coming in No. 2 behind the NBC comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” returning for its seventh season Feb. 6, was Showtime’s long-running thriller “Homeland,” the eighth and final season of which debuts Feb. 9. Netflix’s drug cartel drama “Narcos: Mexico,” returning for its second season Feb. 13, came in at No. 3.

 

Most Anticipated New Shows for February:

  1. “Katy Keene” (The CW) — Feb. 6
  2. “Locke & Key” (Netflix) — Feb. 7
  3. “Hunters” (Amazon Prime) — Feb. 21
  4. “For Life” (ABC) — Feb. 11
  5. “Briarpatch” (USA) — Feb. 6

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for February:

  1. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — Feb. 6
  2. “Homeland” (Showtime) — Feb. 9
  3. “Narcos: Mexico” (Netflix) — Feb. 13
  4. “The Sinner” (USA) — Feb. 6
  5. “Good Girls” (NBC) — Feb. 16

Netflix Series ‘The Witcher’ and ‘You’ Top TV Time Most Anticipated Shows Charts

Netflix dominated the list of top anticipated returning and new shows on TV Time’s December charts.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” is based on data from those users.

Netflix’s “The Witcher,” debuting Dec. 20, took the top spot on the anticipated new shows chart. Based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s book series of the same name, the adventure follows the story of Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) who struggles to find his place in the world where people often prove to be more wicked than beasts. Coming in at No. 2 was Netflix’s “V Wars,” about a doctor pitted against his best friend when a fast-spreading disease starts to make people crave blood. It debuts Dec. 5. Showtime took the third spot with “The L Word: Generation Q,” a sequel series that relocates to the east side of Los Angeles and follows a new, diverse generation of LGBTQ+ friends as they experience love, sex and heartbreak. Rounding out the top five anticipated new shows were Hulu’s “Reprisal” (No. 4), about a femme fatale who leads a campaign against her brother and his gang of gearheads, and new streaming entrant Apple TV+’s “Truth Be Told” (No. 5), following a true-crime podcaster (Octavia Spencer) during an investigation of a convicted serial killer.

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Among returning shows, Netflix took two of the top five spots. The service’s “You” topped the chart. In season two of the drama, debuting Dec. 26, the stalker moves to Los Angeles and begins to obsess over a new love interest. Netflix’s “Lost in Space,” season two of which debuts Dec. 24, took the silver. “Vikings,” the History Channel’s first original scripted series, appeared at No. 3 among returning shows, while Amazon Prime’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” with season three debuting Dec. 6, was No. 4, and Hulu’s “Marvel’s Runaways,” with season three (its last) hitting screens Dec. 13, rounded out the chart at No. 5.

 

Most Anticipated New Shows for December:

  1. “The Witcher” (Netflix) — Dec. 20
  2. “V Wars” (Netflix) — Dec. 5
  3. “The L Word: Generation Q” (Showtime) — Dec. 8
  4. “Reprisal” (Hulu) — Dec. 6
  5. “Truth Be Told” (Apple TV+) — Dec. 6

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for December:

  1. “You” (Netflix) — Dec. 26
  2. “Lost in Space” (Netflix) — Dec. 24
  3. “Vikings” (History Channel) — Dec. 4
  4. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Amazon Prime) — Dec. 6
  5. “Marvel’s Runaways” (Hulu) — Dec. 13

TV Time: Netflix’s ‘The Politician’ Most Anticipated New Show, ‘Elite’ Most Anticipated Returning Show in September

Netflix’s “The Politician” is the most anticipated new show and the service’s “Elite” is the most anticipated returning show coming in September, according to TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” chart.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” is based on data from those users.

“The Politician,” hitting screens Sept. 27, is the first series under producer Ryan Murphy’s new deal with Netflix. The comedy stars Ben Platt as Payton Hobart, a wealthy and driven high school student determined to become president of the United States. The series also features Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange, Zoey Deutch, Dylan McDermott and Bette Midler.

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Among returning shows, the second installment of “Elite” (No. 1), Netflix’s Spanish teen drama series, debuts Sept. 6. TV Time users also anticipate the second season of DC Universe’s superhero series “Titans” (No. 2), which hits screens Sept. 6.

Most Anticipated New Shows for September:

  1. “The Politician” (Netflix) — Sept. 27
  2. “Stumptown” (ABC) — Sept. 25
  3. “Prodigal Son” (Fox) — Sept. 23
  4. “Unbelievable” (Netflix) — Sept. 13
  5. “Emergence” (ABC) — Sept. 24

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for September:

  1. “Elite” (Netflix) — Sept. 6
  2. “Titans” (DC Universe) — Sept. 6
  3. “American Horror Story” (FX) — Sept. 18
  4. “The Good Place” (NBC) — Sept. 26
  5. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — Sept. 26

TV Time: Amazon’s ‘Carnival Row’ Most Anticipated New Show, Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ Most Anticipated Returning Show in August

Amazon Prime’s “Carnival Row” is the most anticipated new show and Netflix’s “Mindhunter” is the most anticipated returning show coming in August, according to TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” chart.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s “Anticipation Report” is based on data from those users.

“Carnival Row,” a fantasy series about mythical creatures starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, debuts Aug. 30. “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance,” a series prequel to the Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal, also debuting Aug. 30, is the No. 2 anticipated new series.

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Among returning shows, the second installment of “Mindhunter,” Netflix’s crime thriller series, debuts Aug. 16. TV Time users also anticipate three other Netflix returning series at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4, respectively: “Cable Girls,” hitting Aug. 9; “Dear White People,” debuting Aug. 2; and “GLOW,” coming Aug. 9. Starz’s drug kingpin drama “Power,” the sixth and final season of which hits Aug. 25, took the No. 5 spot among returning series.

Most Anticipated New Shows for August:

  1. “Carnival Row” (Amazon Prime) — Aug. 30
  2. “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” (Netflix) — Aug. 30
  3. “Infinity Train” (Cartoon Network) — Aug. 5
  4. “Why Women Kill” (CBS) — Aug. 15
  5. “BH90210” (Fox) — Aug. 7

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for August:

  1. “Mindhunter” (Netflix) — Aug. 16
  2. “Cable Girls” (Netflix) — Aug. 9
  3. “Dear White People” (Netflix) — Aug. 2
  4. “GLOW” (Netflix) — Aug. 9
  5. “Power” (Starz) — Aug. 25

TV Time: ‘The Boys’ Most Anticipated New Show, ‘Stranger Things’ Most Anticipated Returning Show in July

Amazon Prime’s “The Boys” is the most anticipated new show and Netflix’s “Stranger Things” is the most anticipated returning show coming in July, according to TV Time’s Anticipation Report chart.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the company. TV Time’s Anticipation Report is based on data from those users.

“The Boys,” co-created by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and hitting screens July 26, follows a group of vigilantes who embark on a quest to take down selfish superheroes The Seven, a group who abuses their powers rather than using them for good.

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The third installment of “Stranger Things,” Netflix’s science-fiction horror series set in the 1980s, debuts July 4. TV Time users also anticipate two other Netflix returning series at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively: “Money Heist,” hitting July 19, and “Orange Is the New Black,” debuting July 26.

Most Anticipated New Shows for July:

  1. “The Boys” (Amazon Prime) — July 26
  2. “Dr. Stone” (TV Tokyo) — July 5
  3. “Pearson” (USA) — July 17
  4. “Fire Force” (MBS) — July 6
  5. “Pennyworth” (Epix) — July 28

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for July:

  1. “Stranger Things” (Netflix) — July 4
  2. “Money Heist” (Netflix) — July 19
  3. “Orange Is the New Black” (Netflix) — July 26
  4. “Veronica Mars” (Hulu) — July 26
  5. “Suits” (USA) — July 17