What shows are coming on for summer 2021?
- Tuesday, June 1. America’s Got Talent (NBC)
- Wednesday, June 2. Court Cam Presents Under Oath (A&E, series premiere)
- Thursday, June 3. Alone (History Channel)
- Friday, June 4. Dom (Amazon Prime Video, series premiere)
- Saturday, June 5. Crikey!
- Sunday, June 6. Celebrity Family Feud (ABC)
- Monday, June 7.
- Wednesday, June 9.
What TV shows are returning this summer?
Lisey’s Story. (Apple TV+, June 4) All eight of the episodes of Lisey’s Story, based on Stephen King’s 2006 novel, were written by King himself.
What shows come back in July 2021?
July 2021 Premiere Dates: New and Returning Shows
- Martha Gets Down and Dirty: Season 1 (Discovery+)
- The Surge at Mount Sinai (Discovery+)
- Lost Speedways: Season 2 (Peacock)
- 9:00 p.m. Top Chef Amateurs: Season 1 (Bravo)
What shows premiere in July?
TV Premiere Dates: 2022 Calendar
|Wednesday, June 15||Love, Victor||Hulu|
|Friday, July 1||Stranger Things||Netflix|
|Wednesday, July 6||The Green Planet (8:00 p.m.)||PBS|
|Monday, July 11||Better Call Saul||AMC|
Has the view been Cancelled for 2021?
Has The View been canceled in 2021? No, thank goodness! The View will continue into their Season 25, airing new episodes as the show rings in the new year.
What is the most popular TV show 2022?
The 10 Best TV Shows of 2022 (So Far)
- 1 The Dropout. Hulu. 2.02M subscribers.
- 2 Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty. HBO Max. 1.31M subscribers.
- 3 Abbott Elementary. ABC. 2.73M subscribers.
- 4 Severance. Apple TV. 1.05M subscribers.
- 5 Somebody Somewhere. HBO.
- 6 Euphoria. Movie Coverage.
- 7 As We See It. Prime Video.
What is coming to Peacock in August 2021?
New Peacock TV shows and moves in August
- Candyman (1992), August 1.
- Drive, August 1.
- Fifty Shades Trilogy, August 1.
- Moneyball, August 1.
- Silver Linings Playbook, August 1.
- A Nightmare on Elm Street 1-5, August 1.
- Peacock Original Hart to Heart, Season 1, August 5.
- Peacock Original Departure, Season 2, August 5.
How many TV shows are there in summer 2021?
According to the full summer 2021 TV roundup first compiled by Deadline, there are more than 250 broadcast, cable and streaming series tapping in bowing from June 16 through mid-September. A number of these shows have already made their summer returns or debuts, while others will premiere later this summer.
What TV shows are coming back this summer?
In addition to the new stuff coming out, like Peacock’s Girls5Eva and Disney+’s Loki, many of our favorite shows are returning this summer as well, including Hell’s Kitchen, America’s Got Talent and Ted Lasso. Keep on scrolling for a full list of all the summer TV shows to keep on your radar over the next few months.
When do the new TV shows come out?
Throughout the months of June, July, August and September, hundreds of shows are returning and dozens are making their grand premieres.
What new documentaries are coming out in July?
July 16: McCartney 3, 2, 1 (Hulu, new documentary limited series) Schmigadoon (Apple TV+, new comedy series) Making the Cut (Amazon, Season 2) Icon: Music Through The Lens (PBS, new documentary series) MTV’s Families of the Mafia (MTV, Season 2)