At first, the once-wealthy Roses couldn’t wait to escape their small-town purgatory. But as the sitcom closes with Season 6, Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O’Hara) and the kids may find leaving unimaginable. Plus, will fashion-victim son David (Daniel Levy) make it down the aisle with grounded Patrick (Noah Reid)?
Schitt’s Creek, Season 6 Premiere, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 9/8c, Pop TV
In Season 8, newly ascended President Warner (Beau Bridges) asks National Security Advisor Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) to negotiate a peace treaty with the Taliban. But Saul can’t succeed without CIA protégée Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) — unstable after months in a Russian gulag without her bipolar meds.
Homeland, Season 8 Premiere, Sunday, Feb. 9, 9/8c, Showtime
One last mission for Section 20! Mac (Warren Brown), Sam (Daniel MacPherson) and their British covert special-ops team are snared in a conspiracy involving a rising terrorist group and the Albanian Mafia. Season 7 also sees old enemies resurface.
Strike Back, Season 7 Premiere, Friday, Feb. 14, 10/9c, Cinemax
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In Season 7 of the sci-fi series, the young survivors of Earth’s destruction embark on “a quest across the universe that will answer many of the show’s unanswered questions,” says executive producer Jason Rothenberg. No. 1: What’s it all been about?
The 100, Season 7, Spring, The CW
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The drama’s fifth season quickly reveals which FBI agents survived that drone attack on their safe house. But the Bureau has been compromised, so Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) becomes a country-hopping fugitive.
Blindspot, Season 5, Summer, NBC
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Thrust back in time, their ship hovering over 1930s Manhattan as Season 7 begins, the team preps for battle with the synthetic Chronicoms. At least a Life Model Decoy of deceased agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) can help!
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Season 7, Summer, ABC
In the campy crime drama’s fourth round, money-laundering nail-salon owner Desna (Niecy Nash) is reeling after her dreams of running a casino went up in smoke, along with the building. And her guy, murder suspect Roller (Jack Kesy), is on the run.
Claws, Season 4, TBA, TNT
The comedy’s Season 3 finale delivered a gut punch when aspiring actress Ruth (Alison Brie) turned down new network exec Debbie’s (Betty Gilpin) offer to direct the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling TV revival. Can this friendship be mended?
GLOW, Season 4, TBA, Netflix
Lawyer Billy McBride (Billy Bob Thornton) gets one last shot at redemption. Season 4’s case, says exec producer Lawrence Trilling, “tackles a timely global crisis that impacts an entire generation.”
Goliath, Season 4, TBA, Prime Video
The holiday season is over, but TV has some new gifts you'll never want to return. Settle in for 12 months of fan-favorite stars (Fran Drescher, Edie Falco), inspiring physical feats (the Olympics), new streaming services, and another must-see season of Outlander.
The new year brings plenty to look forward to in television, but in some cases, it's bittersweet. After all, we're going to have to say goodbye to some of our favorite shows before the end of 2020.
Get a full rundown of all of the series returning for new seasons this year.
Whether you're into comedy, drama, or sci-fi, you might have to bid adieu to beloved characters, so click through the gallery above for a look at the shows ending this year. Plus, get inside scoop on what to expect from these final seasons.