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The Best New TV Shows to Watch This Spring

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The kids are in bed, today’s to-do list has been checked off, and the house is finally quiet—pure bliss, really. So it’s time to kick back, relax, and turn on the TV to unwind for the night… but what should you watch? It seems like there are a million “must-see” shows with all the different streaming services available nowadays, so finding a new go-to series can be a bit overwhelming. It may feel easier to settle for yet another Real Housewives or Bachelorette re-watch, but there really are some new TV shows you won’t want to miss out on coming this spring.

From series premieres to long-awaited new seasons, we’ve narrowed down the best new TV shows coming soon so you don’t have to doomscroll through the nearly 2,000 shows on Netflix alone (yes, there seriously are that many). Grab a glass of wine, get comfy, and hit play to tune into the most binge-worthy shows of the season:




Sex/Life, Season 2

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 2

Who doesn’t love the drama that comes with a good love triangle, right? The tricky relationship between Billie, Brad, and Cooper carries on in the second season of the romantic drama, as the bad-boy ex from Billie’s wild past continues to collide with her husband and new married life.


Love Is Blind, Season 4

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 24

This cult-favorite dating show is making its return for season four—and if you’ve never watched it before, buckle up. As always, the series will follow 15 men and 15 women hoping to find love by dating one another in purpose-built “pods” where they can talk through a speaker but aren’t able to see each other until they decide to get engaged. Truly incredible television. 


Unstable, Season 1

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 30 

In this brand new comedy series starring Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe (yes, his real-life son), a biotech genius tries to bounce back from the depths of grief with the help of his son, who works to escape his dad’s shadow and save the family business.


Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, Season 1

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: May 4

This prequel is centered on Queen Charlotte’s rise to prominence and power, telling the story of how the young queen’s marriage to King George sparked not only a great love story but also a societal shift, which created the world of the “ton” that we see through the characters in Bridgerton.


Prime Video


Daisy Jones & the Six, Season 1

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: March 3

Based on the beloved book by Taylor Jenkins Reid, this show tells the story of the whirlwind rise and fall of a fictional band in the 1970s, which brought together Daisy Jones, a party girl with an alluring voice, and The Six, a rock band led by heartthrob Billy Dunne.


Yellowjackets, Season 2

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: March 26

The second season of the hit series premieres this spring, diving deeper into the story of a New Jersey high school girls’ soccer team whose plane crashes en route to a tournament across the country, leaving the surviving players stranded deep in the wilderness for 19 months.




UnPrisoned, Season 1

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: March 10

Starring Kerry Washington and Delroy Lindo as a heartwarming father-daughter duo, this new series follows a therapist and single mom whose life is turned right-side up when her dad gets out of prison and moves into her house to live with her and her teenage son.


Up Here, Season 1

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: March 24

Who doesn’t love a romantic comedy set in 1990s New York City? This new musical series follows one couple through the fears and fantasies of falling in love as they attempt to navigate life to find happiness together. 


Apple TV+


Ted Lasso, Season 3

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: March 17

Expected to be the final season of the series, it’s definitely time to hop on the Ted Lasso train if you haven’t already. The show follows Ted Lasso, an American college football coach who’s hired to coach an English soccer team with the secret intention that his inexperience will lead them to failure, but whose quirky, positive leadership proves to be just what the team needed.


Extrapolations, Season 1

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: March 17

This new drama series introduces a near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have become embedded into our everyday lives. Eight interconnected stories told over the course of three decades explore how our planet’s changing climate will affect our love, faith, work, and family on a personal and global scale.




Perry Mason, Season 2

Where to Watch: HBO Max

Release date: March 6

The thrilling crime series returns for season two, continuing the story of famed defense lawyer Perry Mason in 1930s Los Angeles. After solving the massive Dodson kidnapping in the first season, he finds himself at the center of yet another case that will uncover far-reaching conspiracies and force him to reckon with what it truly means to be guilty. 


Succession, Season 4

Where to Watch: HBO Max

Release date: March 26

The long-awaited fourth season and final of Succession continues to follow the lives of the Roy family, the owners of global media and entertainment conglomerate Waystar RoyCo, as they fight for control of the company amid uncertainty about the health of the family’s patriarch, Logan Roy.

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