Exciting TV Show Premieres For 2024

By Sue P December 26, 2023

Fun premieres are on the horizon as 2024 unfolds, ushering in a wave of gripping narratives and beloved characters. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the most anticipated TV shows hitting the screens.

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Young Sheldon

Young Sheldon is back for its seventh season on CBS starting February 15, continuing the hilarious escapades of a young Sheldon Cooper. That said, it’s sad news for fans because, as you probably know, this will be the show’s final season. We take this as an excuse to rewatch The Big Bang Theory for the umpteenth time!

Good Trouble

Kicking off the year, Good Trouble is set to captivate audiences once again on January 2. The show, centered around the vibrant residents of The Coterie in Los Angeles, promises a rollercoaster ride through evolving relationships and burgeoning career opportunities. Cierra Ramirez, the series star and executive producer, takes a bold step into the director’s chair this season, adding an extra layer of excitement.

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

Prepare for the return of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta on January 9, with the addition of rap sensation Saucy Santana to an already star-studded cast. Both familiar and fresh faces will be featured, including Amy Luciani, Bambi, Erica Banks, and more. As the drama unfolds, viewers can expect a blend of music, relationships, and the signature allure that defines the world of hip-hop.

True Detective: Night Country

HBO’s True Detective: Night Country kicks off on January 14, thrusting Detectives Liz Danvers (Jodie Foster) and Evangeline Navarro (Kali Reis) into a chilling mystery in the remote town of Ennis, Alaska. As the eight men at the Tsalal Arctic Research Station disappear, the detectives must confront their own shadows and unravel the eerie truths lurking beneath the ice.

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

On February 2, Mr. & Mrs. Smith lands on Prime Video, offering a fresh take on the classic spy narrative. Donald Glover and Maya Erskine play two strangers thrust into a world of espionage and matrimony, navigating high-risk missions and the complexities of a newfound relationship. The question lingers: which is riskier—being a spy or being married?

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Netflix’s Bridgerton returns on May 16, promising a season filled with romantic entanglements and societal intrigues. The season will premier in two parts, with the second part dropping on June 13th. Penelope Featherington takes center stage as she navigates the challenges of finding a husband while maintaining her secret identity as Lady Whistledown. Meanwhile, Colin Bridgerton seeks to rekindle a friendship that may be turning into more.

Get ready for a year of unparalleled entertainment as these shows promise to deliver thrills, laughter, and heart-stopping moments.