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The Best New TV Shows of 2019 (So Far)

The Best New TV Shows of 2019 (So Far)

3/3/2021 2:02:00 PM

The Best New TV Shows of 2019 (So Far)

We're anxiously anticipating the hot new shows out in 2019 AND the return of some of our favorite shows. Here are the shows we can't wait to watch.

HBO/Comedy Central/GettyWith the holiday season officially behind us, it's time to check out what in the realm of culture we have to look forward to. And the answer is: Atonof stellar television. From theFirst Wives' Clubreboot toBrooklyn Nine-Nine

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's NBC premiere, 2019 is bringing in fresh and new television for the viewers—even if it means that a slew of old favorites have to go away in order to do it. Here are some of the most anticipated new shows of 2019, and the ones we're the saddest to see go.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below'The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance'Air Date:August 30, 2019This creep-tastic looking Netflix original is a prequel to the 1982 Jim Henson classic. In it, three young Gelfling learn about the secret behind the Skeksis' power and set off to save their world.

'Carnival Row'Air Date:August 30, 2019This Victorian fantasy takes place in a world where mythical creatures have started to immigrate to the human world—and, obviously, trouble ensues. Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne star in the series, which is airing on Amazon Prime.

'Unbelievable'Air Date:September 13, 2019This eight-episode limited series is a heavy one—it's based on the true story of a teenage girl who was charged with lying about being raped. The Netflix take on the story follows the two detectives on the case as it takes them in unexpected directions.

'On Becoming a God in Central Florida'Air Date:August 25, 2019Kirsten Dunst comes to Showtime for this series about a woman who cons her way up the ranks of the pyramid scheme that destroyed her family.'Murder in the Bayou'Air Date:September 13, 2019

If you're riding the True Crime wave, then you need to check out Showtime's upcoming docuseries. If you obsessed over Netflix'sMaking a Murderer, this five-part doc, which looks into problems with the investigation behind the deaths of eight women in rural Louisiana, is

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definitely for you.Air Date:September 4, 2019Set in 1990s New York City, this Hulu original follows the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan, under the leadership of Bobby Diggs aka The RZA. Read more: Marie Claire »

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It’s 2021 2019 🤔 Have we gone back? Can we re-do it all with no pandemic? Ummm why do I care about shows from 2yrs ago?