9 New Midseason Series to Check Out This Spring (PHOTOS)
What We Do in the Shadows (FX)
"Vampire sex is like pizza, in that even when it's bad, it's still good. It's designed to be enjoyed by eight or more people, there's a choice of toppings, and in the morning, you wake up like, 'Ah, why do I have puncture wounds on my penis?'"
— Nandor (Kayvan Novak) goes on a ridiculous tangent about vampire sex.
Videos After Dark (ABC)
Special First Look, Tuesday, March 12, 10/9c
Get ready to be nostalgic with Bob Saget's return to ABC in a role not too dissimilar to his old gig as America's Funniest Home Videos
host. The show comes from the same creators but this 2019 venture is aimed for an adult audience.
Thursday, March 28, 9:30/8:30c
This new comedy series from Parks and Recreation
's Mike Schur and Superstore
's Josh Malmuth stars Natalie Morales in the titular role as she runs a makeshift bar out of her backyard. Abby's
follows Abby and the eclectic group of people who find solace at her counter.
The Village (NBC)
Tuesday, March 19, 10/9c
This intriguing new drama follows the varying stories of tenants in a Brooklyn apartment building called the Village. Viewers will see how their individual lives intersect to make up one big multi-faceted family.
The Fix (ABC)
Tuesday, March 18, 8/7c
The crime series produced by famed attorney Marcia Clark follows L.A. district attorney Maya Travis, who is defeated after prosecuting an A-list star for a double murder. Years later, after she moves to Washington, the same A-lister comes under suspicion for another murder which forces Maya to reevaluate her decisions.
The Code (CBS)
Tuesday, April 9, 9/8c
CBS's new military drama series starring Dana Delaney among others follows the legal challenges that face the U.S. Marine Corps. Viewers will see these Marines put aside their personal views for the purpose of justice.
Tuesday, April 9, 10/9c
FX's latest foray into Hollywood follows the love story between famed choreographer Bob Fosse and Broadway dancer Gwen Verdon. Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Oscar-nominated Michelle Williams inhabit the titular roles in this project from executive producer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)
Wednesday, March 20, 8/7c
This spinoff of Freeform's wildly popular Pretty Little Liars
sees stars Janel Parrish and Sasha Pieterse return in this show which follows three college students. When murder comes to their town, each of the overachieving girls will also be hiding secrets.
Bless This Mess (ABC)
Tuesday, April 16, 9:30/8:30c
Dax Shepard and Lake Bell headline this new comedy series which follows their characters — a newlywed city couple — who decide to move to Nebraska. Needless to say, things don't go as planned with their move to the countryside.
When it comes to choosing a TV show to watch, there is no shortage of options between streaming and returning favorites. But what about the newbies that could be favorites?
Well, we've gathered a few titles that could be worth checking out this spring during midseason premieres, from comedy and drama to everything in between. Whether spinoffs are your thing or miniseries are more your speed, we've got you covered.
Next year is shaping up to be a great one for fans of genre television.
In the gallery above, click through the images to see some of the shows that are worth keeping an eye out for as we enter TV's midseason.