POSTAPOCALYPTIC Y: THELAST MAN
What’s a rudderless young guy to do when he and his pet monkey are suddenly the only mammals with Y chromosomes left on Earth? That’s the problem for Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer) in Y: The Last Man, based on Brian K. Vaughan’s celebrated comics.
TIME TRAVEL: THE TOMORROW WAR
In Prime Video’s flashy new alien-invasion movie, Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord) is saving the world— again.
FANTASY ADVENTURE: SWEET TOOTH
Amid a global pandemic that is decimating humankind, a new form of life emerges when women mysteriously begin giving birth to babies with animalistic features.
New Amsterdam: SEASON FINALE 10/9c, NBC
Instead of opting for a typically “flashy” finale, executive producer-director Peter Horton says, the medical drama looked within, creating an episode “all about our characters, making [our fans] fall in love with them again.”
In Disney+’s wildest arvel series, Thor’s brother, trickster god Loki, plays hero (maybe)
Blindspotting: SERIES PREMIERE 9/8c, Starz
Ashley, played by the effortlessly appealing Jasmine Cephas Jones, is having one unhappy new year: Her partner of 12 years, Miles (Rafael Casal), gets arrested for drug possession, wrecking their almost middle-class life in Oakland.
The Cube: SERIES PREMIERE 9/8c, TBS
NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade (above) pivots from boxing out players to boxing them in with this new game show.
Holey Moley 3D in 2D: SEASON PREMIERE 9/8c, ABC
Breaking news from the world of extreme mini golf: Uranus, voted fan-favorite hole on this competition series’ outrageous course, will not return this summer.
The Republic of Sarah: SERIES PREMIERE 9/8c, The CW
The sleepy New England town of Greylock, awash in autumn rain and color, wants to become its own country to stop a soul-sucking mining corporation from bulldozing it.
WHAT'S WORTH WATCHING
Your day-by-day guide to the week’s best television
SEASON FINALE Wednesday, May 19, 9/8c, ABC
Pride & Joy
With backyard vows, a bride in red and one last dance with danger, Scott Bakula’s NCIS: New Orleans lawman gets his happy ending
SEASON FINALE 8/7c, CBS
The Underground Railroad
FRIDAY, MAY 14
The Woman in the Window
FRIDAY, MAY 14
Line of Duty
TUESDAY, MAY 18
WHAT'S WORTH WATCHING - Death & Nightingales
SERIES PREMIERE Sunday, May 16, 10/9c, Starz
Superman & Lois
After a COVID-related scheduling shift, the impressive freshman drama about the first family of DC Comics finally returns! As a superpowered threat runs amok in Smallville, Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin, above) is still trying to balance being the Man of Steel and a better father to his twin sons, Jonathan (Jordan Elsass) and Jordan (Alexander Garfin)—the latter of whom has inherited dad’s more alien abilities.
Mom's the Word
Allison Janney and the cast of Mom share the outrageous moments (the Valentine’s dinner! the Tylenol spitting!) that made it a hit
SERIES PREMIERE 9/8c and 9:30/8:30c, HBO