Television, What to Watch
Mar 28, 2018

TV’s Spring Trailer Line Up

With Spring on the horizon we are thrilled to bring you a list of all the brand new tv shows debuting late March + April. 

A.P. Bio​ (NBC)

Returns: Thursday, March 1 at 9:30/8:30c

When disgraced Harvard philosophy scholar Jack Griffin (Glenn Howerton) loses his dream job, he is forced to return to Toledo, Ohio, and take on a job as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher.


Hard Sun (Hulu)

Premieres: Wednesday, March 7

This crime drama premiered on BBC One in the UK back in January. Set in modern-day London, the show follows two police officers (played by Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn) who are polar opposites in every way.


Life Sentence (The CW)

Premieres: Wednesday, March 7 at 9/8c

Lucy Hale stars as Stella, a young twenty something who was diagnosed with cancer at 15 but eventually discovers she’s been cured. (That’s not actually how cancer works.)


Deception (ABC)

Premieres: Sunday, March 11 at 10/9c

Television’s latest attempt at a series in which a law enforcement officer is partnered with someone who isn’t a law enforcement officer in order to solve crimes.


Rise (NBC)

Premieres: Special preview Tuesday, March 13 at 10/9c; Moves to 9/8c Tuesday, March 20

The show follows a group of high schoolers in a working-class town in Pennsylvania.


For the People (ABC)

Premieres: Tuesday, March 13 at 10/9c

From Shondaland, For the People Follows an incoming class of U.S. attorneys and defense lawyers in the prestigious United States District Court for the Southern District of New York — the oldest district court in the nation.


On My Block (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, March 16

A coming-of-age comedy that follows four friends in South Central LA as they navigate their way through the triumphs and pain of high school.


Instinct (CBS)

Premieres: Sunday, March 18 at 8/7c

This new drama follows a former CIA operative who’s enlisted by the NYPD to catch a serial killer who appears to be using Reinhart’s book as a guide to his murders.


Krypton (Syfy)

Premieres: Wednesday, March 21 at 10/9c

Krypton follows the story of Kal-El’s grandfather, known as Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), as he fights to redeem his family’s honor and save his home from chaos and destruction.


Station 19 (ABC)

Premieres: Thursday, March 22 at 9/8c

The Grey’s Anatomy spin-off will follow the character of Ben Warren (Jason George) as he transitions from a medical career to full-time firefighting.


Alexa & Katie (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, March 23

A heartwarming series about two best friends.


Trust (FX)

Premieres: Sunday, March 25 at 10/9c

Inspired by actual events, Trust dives into the complicated history of one of America’s richest families: the Gettys.


The Terror (AMC)

Premieres: Monday, March 26 at 9/8c

The Terror is set in 1847 and follows a Royal Navy expedition as its crew attempts to discover the Northwest Passage.


Splitting Up Together (ABC)

Premieres: Tuesday, March 27 at 9:30/8:30c

A couple in the midst of divorcing who decide to still share property and co-parent there because neither one of them can afford to get their own place.


Alex, Inc. (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, March 28 at 8:30/7:30c

This is a comedy about a man who quits his job as a journalist to start a podcast.


Siren (Freeform)

Premieres: Thursday, March 29 at 8/7c

KILLER MERMAIDS, that’s literally what its about.


The Crossing (ABC)

Premieres: Monday, April 2 at 10/9c

Refugees from a war-ravaged country seek asylum in an American town, the twist is that they’re fleeing America 250 years in the future.


The Last O.G. (TBS)

Premieres: Tuesday, April 3 at 10:30/9:30c

About an ex-con who returns to Brooklyn after 15 years in the pen (prison).


Howards End (Starz)

Premieres: April 8 at TBD

Explores the lives of two independent and unconventional sisters and the accompanying men in their lives.


Killing Eve (BBC America)

Premieres: Sunday, April 8 at 8/7c

A bored, brilliant security operative whose desk job doesn’t fulfill her fantasies of being a spy.


Lost in Space (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, April 13

A family of pioneering adventurers is… lost in space.


Rellik (Cinemax)

Premieres: Friday, April 13 at 10/9c

Rellik stars Game of Thrones‘ Richard Dormer as an obsessive police detective and Jodi Balfour (Cinemax’s Quarry) as his partner.


Sweetbitter (Starz)

Premieres: Sunday, May, 6 at TBD

Tells the story of a recent transplant to New York City who takes a job at a restaurant to pay the bills.


Vida (Starz)

Premieres: Sunday, May 6 at TBD

Taking place in East Los Angeles, Vida explores what happens when two sisters (Mishel Prada and Melissa Barrera), who have nothing in common, return home to find their mother has died, left them in charge of her bar and was also keeping a major secret.


Heathers (Paramount)

Premieres: TBD (Paramount has delayed the premiere in the wake of the Parkland, Florida shooting)

Heathers recreates the twisted world of high school hierarchy through the lens of 2018.


Compiled by,

Kevin Milton