1. Avatar: The Last Airbender
Based on the fan-favorite animated series comes this live-action reimagining of the story of Aang (
Gordon Cormier), the young Avatar, as he learns to master all four elements — Air, Earth, Water, and Fire — to restore balance after the Fire nation attacks. Starring: Gordon Cormier, Kiawentiio Tarbell, Ian Ousley, Dallas Liu, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Elizabeth Yu, Daniel Dae Kim, and more When it premieres: Feb. 22 on Netflix Courtesy of Netflix Watch the trailer here: 2. Season 3 Abbott Elementary Abbott Elementary finally returns for its third season this month aaaand we're kicking it off with an hour-long season premiere. In Season 2, we left off with Janine (Quinta Brunson) and Gregory (Tyler James Williams) confessing their feelings for each other during their Franklin Institute field trip but ultimately deciding to remain friends. But, it's a new year so who even knows what's gonna happen this time around — I just know it'll be good. Plus, Josh Segarra, Kimia Behpoornia, and Benjamin Norris will be joining the cast as representatives from the Philadelphia school district. When it returns: Feb. 7 and next day on Hulu ABC / youtube.com Watch the trailer here: 3. The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live
The newest spin-off to come out of
The Walking Dead universe comes in February. The series picks up some time after Michonne (Danai Gurira) left the original series, as she searches to be reunited with her partner Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), who was originally believed to be dead. Meanwhile, Rick has been captured by the Civic Republic Military (CRM) and will do whatever he can to break free and find Michonne again. Starring: Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, Pollyanna McIntosh, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Terry O'Quinn, Matthew Jeffers, and more When it premieres: Feb. 25 on AMC AMC / youtube.com Watch the trailer here: 4. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
The series follows two strangers (Donald Glover and Maya Erskine) who land a job at a mysterious spy agency that offers them a glorious life of wealth, espionage, and pretty much everything they've ever dreamed of. The one catch is...they must adopt brand new identities in an arranged marriage as Mr. & Mrs. John and Jane Smith. Now hitched, John and Jane navigate a high-risk mission every week while also facing a new relationship milestone. And, of course, their cover story will become even more complicated when they actually catch feelings for each other.
Starring: Donald Glover, Maya Erskine, Parker Posey, Paul Dano, Michaela Coel, Sarah Paulson, Alexander Skarsgård, John Turturro, and more When it premieres: Feb. 2 on Prime Video David Lee / David Lee/Prime Video Watch the trailer here: 5. Ghosts Season 3
Season 2 left us with a MAJOR cliffhanger as Sam (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) — but mostly Sam — watched outside as one of the ghosts got "sucked off." Now after months of agonizing over who it might possibly be, we'll finally learn the truth and I'm praying it's not one of our faves.
When it returns: Feb. 15 on CBS and Paramount+ Bertrand Calmeau / CBS Watch the teaser trailer here: 6. One Day One Day follows the love story of Emma Morley (Ambika Mod) and Dexter Mayhew (Leo Woodall) who speak for the very first time on July 15, 1988, the night of their graduation. They go their separate ways the next morning, but where will they be on this one ordinary day the next year, the year after that, and every year that follows? Each episode finds Dex and Em, one year older, on this one particular date, as they grow, change, and experience all that life has to offer. This series is based on the novel One Day by David Nicholls, which also inspired the 2011 movie of the same name starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess. Starring: Leo Woodall, Ambika Mod, Essie Davis, Tim McInnerny, Amber Grappy, Jonny Weldon, Eleanor Tomlinson, Joely Richardson, Toby Stephens, and more When it premieres: Feb. 8 on Netflix Courtesy of Netflix Watch the trailer here: 7. Young Sheldon Season 7
The series is returning for its seventh and final season this month and it begins with Sheldon (Iain Armitage) and Mary (Zoe Cooper) learning about the tornado back home. Tensions will rise as the two wonder if they should return home to help, or continue on with their Germany trip. As the rest of the Cooper family deals with the chaos and tries to keep their home intact, Missy (Raegan Revord) will take matters into her own hands. This is just the start of such a bittersweet goodbye for
Young Sheldon. When it returns: Feb. 15 on CBS and Paramount+ Sonja Flemming / CBS Watch the teaser trailer here: 8. Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Curb Your Enthusiasm also returns for one last season this month, and oh, what a ride it's been. Season 12 will continue to follow Larry (Larry David) as he continues to find himself in the middle of absolute chaos, just living his everyday life. And while most of this season's stories are under wraps, one thing for certain is that Larry will definitely go out with a bang. When it returns: Feb. 4 on HBO and Max John Johnson/HBO Watch the trailer here: 9. Shōgun
Based on James Clavell’s novel,
Shōgun is set during the beginning of Japan's century-defining civil war in the year 1600. The series follows Lord Yoshii Toranaga (Hiroyuki Sanada) as he fights for his life as his enemies on the Council of Regents unite against him. Suddenly, when a mysterious European ship is found in a nearby fishing village, a new threat comes into play. Starring: Cosmo Jarvis, Hiroyuki Sanada, Anna Sawai, Tadanobu Asano, Fumi Nikaido, Tokuma Nishioka, Takehiro Hira, Ako, Shinnosuke Abe, Yasunari Takeshima, Hiroto Kanai, Toshi Toda, Hiro Kanagawa, and more When it premieres: Feb. 27 on FX on Hulu FX / youtube.com Watch the trailer here: 10. The New Look The New Look dives into the shocking story of how fashion icon Christian Dior (Ben Mendelsohn) and his contemporaries, like Coco Chanel (Juliette Binoche) and Cristóbal Balenciaga (Nuno Lopes), navigated the horrors of World War II while simultaneously launching modern fashion. The series also features an immersive and contemporary soundtrack, produced by Grammy Award winner Jack Antonoff, and features covers of popular early to mid-20th century songs performed by artists like Lana Del Rey, Florence Welch, Bleachers, Matty Healy, Beabadoobee, Perfume Genius, and more. Starring: Ben Mendelsohn, Juliette Binoche, John Malkovich, Maisie Williams, Emily Mortimer, Glenn Close, and more When it premieres: Feb. 14 on Apple TV+ Courtesy Apple TV+ Watch the trailer here: 11. Not Dead Yet Season 2
In Season 2, Nell (Gina Rodriguez) will continue soul searching as she deals with her life post-breakup. And she won't be doing it all alone, of course — she has the ghosts of all the people she writes obituaries about by her side. There's no telling what kind of shenanigans Nell will get into this season, but knowing her, I'm sure it's gonna be a wild ride. Brad Garrett also joins the cast this season.
When it returns: Feb. 7 on ABC and next day on Hulu ABC / youtube.com Watch the trailer here: 12. Halo Season 2
This season, Master Chief John-117 (Pablo Schreiber) will lead his team of elite Spartans against the alien threat known as the Covenant. After a devastating event on a desolate planet, John cannot shake the feeling that everything is about to change, so he risks it all just to prove what no one else will believe – that the Covenant is preparing to attack humanity’s greatest stronghold. With the galaxy on the brink, John embarks on a journey to find the key to humankind’s salvation, or its extinction: the Halo.
When it returns: Feb. 8 on Paramount+ Adrienn Szabo / Adrienn Szabo/Paramount+ Watch the trailer here: 13. Tracker
In his first TV role since
This Is Us, Justin Hartley stars as Colter Shaw, a lone-wolf survivalist who is traveling the country as a "reward seeker." Using his expert tracking skills, he helps private citizens and law enforcement solve all kinds of mysteries all while dealing with his own fractured family. Tracker is also the standout series that landed 2024's coveted post-Super Bowl time slot. Starring: Justin Hartley, Robin Weigert, Abby McEnany, Eric Graise, Fiona Rene, Mary McDonnell, and more When it premieres: Feb. 11 on CBS Michael Courtney / CBS Watch the trailer here: 14. Elsbeth
The latest spin-off from
The Good Wife universe is Elsbeth. This series follows Elsbeth (Carrie Preston), an unconventional attorney who, after her successful career in Chicago, now takes her singular point of view and unique observations to New York City where she teams up with the NYPD. Starring: Carrie Preston, Wendell Pierce, Carra Patterson, and more When it premieres: Feb. 29 on CBS Elizabeth Fisher / CBS Watch the trailer here: 15. Constellation
This new psychological thriller follows Jo (Noomi Rapace), an astronaut who returns to Earth after a disaster in space. However, she quickly discovers that key pieces of her life appear to be missing.
Constellation explores the dark edges of human psychology, as Jo desperately tries to expose the truth about the hidden history of space travel and recover everything that she has lost. Starring: Noomi Rapace, Jonathan Banks, James D'Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett, Barbara Sukowa, Rosie and Davina Coleman, and more When it premieres: Feb. 21 on Apple TV+ Courtesy Apple TV+ Watch the trailer here: