Hulu’s ‘Love, Victor’ Top New, Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ Top Returning Show on June Anticipated Series Chart

Shows about teen angst took the top spots on the TV Time anticipated series chart for June.

Hulu’s “Love, Victor” was the most anticipated new show, while Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” was the top anticipated returning show for the month.

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.

Inspired by the 2018 film Love, Simon, the romantic dramedy “Love, Victor” shares Victor’s challenges and self-discovery as he adjusts to a new high school and struggles with his sexual orientation. Taking the silver on the new show chart was HBO’s “Perry Mason,” about a down-and-out criminal defense lawyer in 1930s Los Angeles. Coming in third was the Italian fantasy thriller “Curon,” followed in fourth by Amazon Prime’s “Alex Rider,” about a reluctant London teenager who is recruited by the British MI6 to infiltrate a remote boarding school for the ultra-rich. Rounding out the anticipated new show chart at No. 5 was HBO’s “I May Destroy You,” a new series from “Chewing Gum” creator Michaela Coel.

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The fourth and final season of “13 Reasons Why” hits Netflix June 5.  In the top anticipated returning show, the senior class at Liberty High School is preparing for graduation, but before they can say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried. Netflix also swept the rest of the returning shows chart. The German drama “Dark,” at No. 2, debuts its third season June 27. The supernatural horror series “The Order,” at No. 3, launches season two June 18. Creator Ryan Murphy’s “The Politician,” at No. 4, bows season two June 19. Finally, season four of the animated series “F Is for Family,” at No. 5, debuts June 12.

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Most Anticipated New Shows for June:

  1. “Love, Victor” (Hulu) — June 19
  2. “Perry Mason” (HBO) — June 21
  3. “Curon” (Netflix) — June 10
  4. “Alex Rider” (Amazon Prime) — June 4
  5. “I May Destroy You” (HBO) — June 7

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for June:

  1. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — June 5
  2. “Dark” (Netflix) — June 27
  3. “The Order” (Neflix) — June 18
  4. “The Politician” (Netflix) — June 19
  5. “F Is for Family” (Netflix) — June 12

CBS All Access’s ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Top New, Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Top Returning Shows on January TV Time Anticipation Charts

CBS All Access’s “Star Trek: Picard” was the top anticipated new show, and Netflix’s “Sex Education” was the top anticipated returning show on the TV Time Charts for January.

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.

“Star Trek: Picard,” debuting on CBS All Access Jan. 23, brings Patrick Stewart back to reprise his role as Jean-Luc Picard where fans will follow the next chapter of Picard’s life.

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Among returning shows, Netflix took two of the top five spots. In addition to “Sex Education,” a teen-comedy-drama about a sex advice business returning to screens for its sophomore season Jan. 17, the service’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” came in at No. 2. The comic book-based series, embarking on its third season Jan. 24, stars Kiernan Shipka as the young witch Sabrina.

 

Most Anticipated New Shows for January:

  1. “Star Trek: Picard” (CBS All Access) — Jan. 23
  2. “The Outsider” (HBO) — Jan. 12
  3. “9-1-1: Lone Star” (Fox) — Jan. 19
  4. “FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS) — Jan. 7
  5. “Spinning Out” (Netflix) — Jan. 1

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for January:

  1. “Sex Education” (Netflix) — Jan. 17
  2. “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (Netflix) — Jan. 24
  3. “Haikyu!!” (TBS) — Jan. 10
  4. “Manifest” (NBC) — Jan. 6
  5. “The New Pope” (HBO) — Jan. 10