This off-kilter comedy is inspired by the cult-favorite 2014 film of the same name. With the film’s stars and creators on board for the series, this mockumentary following vampires in their day-to-day lives is sure to bring laughs
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Good Omens (Amazon Prime Video)
The miniseries based on the 1990 novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, has Gaiman (American Gods) himself serving as executive producer. Plus, it boasts an impressive cast, including Michael Sheen, David Tennant, Jon Hamm and more. Good Omens will follow the adventures of a demon and angel who hope to prevent an armageddon on Earth.
This comedy from executive producer Mike Schur (Parks and Recreation, The Good Place) stars Natalie Morales as the titular Abby who runs an unlicensed bar in her backyard. Viewers follow Abby and her friends/customers as they experience (hilarious) trials and tribulations.
Carmen Sandiego (Netflix)
Get ready for a serious dose of nostalgia with this update on the classic kids character. Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) voices the globetrotting thief through her new adventures.
Deadly Class (Syfy)
Set in the ’80s, this coming-of-age story follows teenager Marcus (Benjamin Wadsworth) as he’s recruited by Kings Dominion, an elite private school where criminal families send their younger generations. The series is based on the 2014 graphic novel by Rick Remender.
The Goldbergs spinoff follows the faculty of William Penn Academy in the ’90s. Familiar faces Lainey (AJ Michalka), Principal Glascott (Tim Meadows) and Coach Mellor (Bryan Callen) lead this quirky comedy with newbie Charlie Brown “CB” played by Jane the Virgin‘s Brett Dier.
The World’s Best (CBS)
This new talent competition features judges RuPaul Charles, Faith Hill, Drew Barrymore and host James Corden. Different acts from around the world compete for the approval of the judges as well as the “wall of the world,” comprised of 50 experts in every genre of the entertainment field.
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The Passage (Fox)
In this sci-fi drama, a medical facility known as Project Noah hopes to find a cure for all diseases but risks humanity in the process. When a young girl (Saniyya Sidney) is selected to be a test subject, the agent tasked with taking her in (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) goes rogue and decides to protect her at all costs.
Good Trouble (Freeform)
A spinoff of The Fosters, this series will follow Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) to LA as they enter adult life. Along the way, they’ll meet new friends and characters, as well as some familiar faces.
Doom Patrol (DC)
Based on the popular DC Comic, Doom Patrol will follow a ragtag team of outcasts gifted with special abilities as they’re lead by Dr. Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton) to weirdest corners of the DCU.
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Roswell, New Mexico (The CW)
This reboot of the late ’90s/early ’00s sci-fi series will focus on a group of people living in the titular infamous town. One of those people is Liz (Jeanine Mason), who reconnects with an old crush when she returns to Roswell, only to find out that he’s otherworldly.
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)
This spinoff, starring Pretty Little Liars vets Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish, will introduce viewers to a new set of characters. In the town of Beacon Heights, three overachieving college students face even more stress after a murder takes place, leading to secrets, alibis, and lies.
Lost creator Damon Lindelof helms this adaptation of the popular DC Comics series with names like Regina King, Don Johnson, and Jeremy Irons attached.
Along with a new year, come January we'll be celebrating the start of a whole new set of TV shows to watch.
From streaming services to premium cable to network television, the list is endless when it comes to titles debuting in 2019. So we're making it easier on you with our picks for the new shows worth looking out for. Whether the comic-book genre is your thing or reality competitions are more your speed, there's a choice for everyone.
Click through the gallery for 13 new series to stay tuned for in 2019!