What’s new on TV in February and March? From beloved returning shows to anticipated new scripted shows, the options in 2020 are endless. Here’s what you’ll find:
Here’s what you’ll find on SHOWTIME:
Sunday, Feb. 9:
The final season of Homeland begins at 8 p.m., CST.
Jim Carrey is back as children’s icon Mr. Pickles. Don’t miss the season premiere of Kidding at 9 p.m., CST.
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The Flash (The CW, Season 6B)
This speedy superhero returns for the second half of the show’s sixth season!
LEGO Masters (Fox, Series debut)
A new reality show, hosted by Will Arnett, features some of the world’s best LEGO Builders competing for a cash prize and the title of LEGO Master.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC, Season 7)
Andy Samberg stars in the beloved police comedy returning for its seventh installment on NBC.
Survivor (CBS, Season 40) Season 40? You read that right. The first episode aired May 31, 2000, and there is no sign of it going anywhere.
Outlander (Starz, Season 5)
Based on Diana Gabaldon’s historical time travel book series, Outlander is a gripping drama that takes you on a journey through various pivotal moments in history.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (HGTV, new series reboot)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) is hosting this series reboot with 10 episodes coming to HGTV this spring.
The Voice (NBC, Season 18)
Chances are you know what The Voice is already. This hit show is upping the ante by bringing in Nick Jonas to join the already stellar cast of judges, which includes Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani.
Westworld (HBO, Season 3)
This mind-bending, futuristic show explores the fascinating world of artificial intelligence and consciousness. Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) joins the cast for the third season.
Supernatural (The CW, Season 15, final season)
The spooky series is rounding out a 15-year-run on the CW. Brothers Sam and Dean Winchester still have more monsters to hunt!
Tacoma FD (TruTV, Season 2)
This relatively new series features most of the cast from the cult favorite film Super Troopers. Only this time, they’ve traded one uniform for another. Check out TruTV this March to catch the season two debut.
E! series will follow Bradshaw, family
E! will give Hall of Fame pro football star Terry Bradshaw’s family a closer look when it debuts “The Bradshaw Bunch” docuseries this summer, the network announced. The series will feature a comedic take on the lives of the Fox Sports analyst and his family, who live on an Oklahoma ranch.
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