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Here are the hot new and returning shows this spring

Spring is here – and with it a wealth of TV offers.

This year brings a slew of brand new shows featuring big names (Samuel L. Jackson stars in one show) and long-awaited returning crowd favorites like Atlanta, Barry and Stranger Things.

Here are some key spring premieres to keep an eye on.

“The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey”

Samuel L. Jackson stars in this AppleTV+ miniseries about a 93-year-old man with dementia who has temporary memories of his past and investigates the death of his nephew.

Premiere date: March 11 on AppleTV+

Seann William Scott wears a priest collar
Seann William Scott as Father Joe in Welcome To Flatch.

“Welcome to Flatch”

This new Fox comedy follows a documentary crew exploring the lives of the residents of a fictional Midwestern town called Flatch, populated by a cast of eccentric personalities. Among them are Minister Joseph “Father Joe” Binghoffer (Seann William Scott), his journalist ex-girlfriend Cheryl Peterson, and best friends and cousins ​​Kelly Mallet (Chelsea Holmes) and artist Lloyd “Shrub” Mallet (Sam Straley). .

Premiere Date: March 17 on Fox (9:30 p.m.)

Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway walk down a street in sunglasses.
Jared Leto as Adam Neumann and Anne Hathaway as his wife Rebeka in WeCrashed.
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“We crashed”

Add this to the Rise and Fall roster after The Dropout and Inventing Anna and Super Pumped Broadcasts about scammers and tech industry moguls. This AppleTV+ drama series chronicles the rise and fall of startup WeWork, starring Jared Leto as CEO Adam Neumann and Anne Hathaway as his wife Rebekah. OT Fagbenle (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) and America Ferrera also co-star.

Premiere date: March 18 on AppleTV+

Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey ballroom dancing.
Kate (Simone Ashley) and Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) take the spotlight this season of Brigerton.
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Bridgeton

Get your horse and carriage. Netflix’s steamy hit is back, this time following another Bridgerton sibling, Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), as he searches for marriage with a sane partner but ends up falling in love with her older sister Kate (Simone Ashley). Season 1 star Rege Jean Page will not returnbut that doesn’t affect the plot much as it’s based on a series of novels by Julia Quinn, each focusing on a different Bridgerton sibling.

Premiere date: March 25 on Netflix

Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred "paper boi" Miles (left), LaKeith Stanfield as Darius, Zazie Beetz as Van, Donald Glover as Earn Marks (right) sit side by side on a couch "Atlanta."
Back at last: Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles (left), LaKeith Stanfield as Darius, Zazie Beetz as Van, Donald Glover as Earn Marks (right) in “Atlanta”.

“Atlanta”

Dondald Glover’s groundbreaking FX show returns after a long hiatus since its second season aired in 2018. The season will follow Earn (Donald Glover), Alfred/Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), Darius (LaKeith Stanfield) and Van (Zazie Beetz) as they tour Europe to adjust to their newfound success.

Premiere Date: March 24 on FX (10 p.m.)

Bill Hader is on the phone looking upset.
Bill Hader in “Barry”.

“bary”

Noho Hank is finally back. HBO’s Emmy-winning dark comedy returns after a long hiatus (season 2 aired in 2019). This season follows Barry (Bill Hader) as he tries to leave the world of hit-and-runs and fully immerse himself in the world of acting.

First airing: April 24 on HBO (10 p.m.)

“The Man Who Fell to the Earth”

Based on a 1963 science fiction novel, this Showtimes series follows the alien Faraday (Chiwetel Ejiofor) as he lands on Earth while his own planet struggles to survive, and warns scientist Justin Falls (Naomie Harris) that the same fate awaits the earth.

Premiere date: April 24 on Showtime

Obi Wan Kenobi

The latest Disney+ show set in the Star Wars universe follows Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) as he watches over young Luke Skywalker on Tatooine ten years after the events of Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith. Hayden Christensen returns as Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader.

Premiere date: May 25 on Disney+

Millie Bobby Brown looks dismayed as she is taken away by two men who grab her arms.
Millie Bobby Brown in Stranger Things.
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“Stranger Things”

In the penultimate season of Netflix’s 1980s sci-fi hit, the central gang scatters to the winds: everyone thinks Hopper (David Harbour) is dead, but Netflix revealed in the trailer that he’s in a remote camp in Russia lives while Eleven (Millie Bobbie Brown) mourns his death and has moved away from Hawkins with Joyce (Winona Ryder) and her family.

Premiere date: May 27 on Netflix

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Dais Johnston

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