11 New TV Shows We Can’t Wait to Watch in 2024

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The small screen is buzzing with excitement, from Elisabeth Moss making a twisty comeback in The Veil to Kate Winslet’s HBO homecoming in The Regime. And that’s just the beginning! 2024 will be all about captivating book adaptations like Apples Never Fall with Annette Bening and Palm Royale featuring Kristen Wiig.

But wait, there’s more! The anticipation is real for FX’s Shōgun and Prime Video‘s Fallout. These could very well be the shows that everyone will be talking about, marking a potential breakout moment for TV enthusiasts.

Oh, and don’t even get us started on the returning favorites – Season 2 of House of the Dragon and another dose of superheroes The Boys are on the horizon. But hey, let’s focus on the new kids on the block for now. For a deeper dive, check out Max and Netflix for a sneak peek into what’s brewing in their 2024 lineup. It’s safe to say; your TV-watching calendar is about to get a whole lot busier!

True Detective: Night Country

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The upcoming fourth installment of True Detective takes a fresh turn with Jodie Foster and Kali Reis in the lead, marking the first season not penned by series creator Nic Pizzolatto (although he’s still on board as an executive producer). Crafted by Issa Lopez, this season promises to be a “modern western in the ice,” adding an intriguing twist to the acclaimed series. While the plot details are shrouded in mystery, the six-episode journey is bound to fuel a wave of online theories and discussions. Get ready for the suspense – True Detective: Night Country hits HBO on January 17.

Sexy Beast

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If you’ve missed out on Jonathan Glazer’s riveting 2000 crime thriller Sexy Beast, here’s your golden opportunity to catch up. Brace yourself for the excitement, as an upcoming eight-episode prequel series dives into the backstory, unraveling the dynamic between best friends and thieves Gal Dove (played by James McArdle) and Don Logan (Emun Elliott). Set against the backdrop of the 1990s criminal underworld, this promising series is brought to life by writer and showrunner Michael Caleo, known for his work on The Sopranos. Get ready for the ride – Sexy Beast hits Paramount+ on January 25.

Mary and George

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Mark your calendars for one of the most anticipated projects of 2024 – Starz‘s Mary and George. Adapted from the nonfiction book The King’s Assassin, this British miniseries boasts the talents of Julianne Moore (May December) and Nicholas Galitzine (Red, White and Royal Blue). The duo, playing a mother-son pair, will navigate the treacherous world of court, employing seductive and powerful tactics to climb the social ladder. With a blend of sex, backstabbing, and political intrigue, Starz is hitting its sweet spot, and having Julianne Moore on the small screen is definitely a treat.

Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the beloved Nickelodeon series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, brings to life the tale created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. Follow Aang (played by Gordon Cormier), the last surviving Airbender, as he embarks on a quest to master all four elements.

Teaming up with waterbender Katara (Kiawentiio) and her brother Sokka (Ian Ousley), Aang faces off against the formidable Fire Nation leaders, Commander Zhao (Ken Leung) and Prince Zuko (Dallas Liu). Their ultimate goal? To prepare for the epic battle against Firelord Ozai (Daniel Dae Kim) and save the world from impending doom. Avatar: The Last Airbender makes its debut on Netflix on February 22.


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Step into the world of political intrigue and cultural clash with Shōgun, adapted from James Clavell’s bestselling novel. The story unfolds in the year 1600, amidst the dawn of civil war in Japan, triggered by the death of the country’s leader and the ensuing power struggle among his heirs. The Council of Regents is tasked with maintaining peace until the late Shōgun’s eldest son is ready to assume power. However, a conspiracy brews among four rulers against the only honorable member, Yoshii Toranaga (played by Hiroyuki Sanada).

Amidst this political turmoil, a mysterious English ship washes onto Eastern shores, changing the course of events. Toranaga’s fate becomes intertwined with the ship’s marooned navigator, John Blackthorne (Cosmo Jarvis), and his translator, Toda Mariko (Anna Sawai), a disgraced Japanese noblewoman on a quest for purpose, grappling with her Christian faith. Shōgun premiers on February 27 on FX.

The Regime

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Kate Winslet’s is returning to HBO with The Regime. In this highly anticipated six-episode miniseries, written by Will Tracy of Succession fame and directed by Stephen Frears and Jessica Hobbs, the stage is set to unravel the gripping story of one tumultuous year within a modern European regime. Winslet, along with an ensemble cast featuring Matthias Schoenaerts, Guillaume Gallienne, Andrea Riseborough, Martha Plimpton, and Hugh Grant, promises to deliver a powerhouse performance. The Regime premieres on Max on March 3. It’s bound to be a must-watch event!

Palm Royale

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In the upcoming comedy Palm Royale, Kristen Wiig takes center stage as a newcomer to Palm Beach. Determined to embrace the high life, Wiig’s character navigates the complexities of Palm Beach society, trying to win over local doyennes played by Allison Janney, Julia Duffy, and Leslie Bibb. Little does she know, she’s stepping into a minefield of old scandals and new enemies.

With a star-studded cast including Carol Burnett, Josh Charles, Ricky Martin, and Mindy Cohn, this drama series by Abe Sylvia promises to be as frothy and delightful. Mark your calendars for the premiere on March 20, exclusively on Apple TV+.

Apples Never Fall

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Coming to screens in 2024 is another adaptation of a Liane Moriarty novel, this time brought to life by Melanie Marnich. The star-studded cast of Apples Never Fall includes Annette Bening, Sam Neill, Alison Brie, Jake Lacy, and more, promising a compelling tale of family secrets.

In this story, the seemingly idyllic Delaney family, headed by former tennis coaches Stan and Joy, has sold their successful tennis academy and is ready to embrace the golden years. However, their world takes a turn when a wounded young woman arrives, injecting unexpected excitement. But the situation takes a darker twist when Joy disappears, prompting the Delaney children to reevaluate their parents’ supposedly perfect marriage as long-buried family secrets come to light. Apples Never Fall is set to unravel its mysteries on Peacock in March 2024.


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We’re getting another video game adaptation. This time, Fallout takes center stage, brought to life by Jonathan Nolan and featuring a cast including Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, and Walton Goggins.

In this post-apocalyptic tale, set 200 years after the world-changing event, the story revolves around the contrasting lives of the haves and have-nots. The once-privileged denizens of luxury fallout shelters must venture back into the irradiated wasteland left behind by their ancestors. What they find is an intricate, bizarre, and highly violent universe that challenges their very existence.

Mark your calendars for April 12, as Fallout premieres on Prime Video.


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We’re set to have a classic detective story with Colin Farrell leading the charge in Sugar. Farrell takes on the role of a private investigator delving into the disappearance of a Hollywood producer’s granddaughter. But this isn’t your typical Columbo tale – Sugar promises a genre-bending take on the detective genre, setting the stage for a weekly dose of Farrell’s addictive performance.

The supporting cast is equally stellar, featuring Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Amy Ryan, Anna Gunn, James Cromwell, and Nate Corddry. Created by Mark Protosevich and directed by Fernando Meirelles. Sugar premieres on Apple TV+ in 2024.

The Veil

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Elisabeth Moss returns with another riveting drama! After her stint in Apple TV+’s Shining Girls, Moss takes the lead in a new thriller, The Veil, where two women engage in a globe-trotting game of truth and lies. With one harboring a secret and the other on a mission to unveil it before the stakes escalate to thousands of lives, this promises to be a rollercoaster of suspense.

Penned by Steven Knight, the show also features Josh Charles and Dali Benssalah. The Veil by FX hits Hulu in 2024.



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