Premieres: Wednesday, March 16 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Unable to deal with the truth about her parents, Paige told Pastor Tim about their KGB identities. Philip killed Gene to frame him for Gaad's bugged pen and de-wigged for Martha. Stan saw his job on the line after outing Zinaida as a double agent in hopes of getting Nina back.
What's Next: Season 4 will deal with the fallout of Paige's confession, not just with how Philip and Elizabeth should handle Pastor Tim, but their ever-changing relationship with their daughter. "It's not easy raising a teenager because what they do is unpredictable and they can do things that can impact the whole family. And in this case, she's holding a bomb that could destroy the family," executive producer Joel Fields tells TVGuide.com. On the work front, Philip and Elizabeth's new assignment involves glanders, an infectious disease in horses once used as a bioweapon. Stan grows suspicious after he learns that Philip and Sandra, who've been attending EST sessions, are out and about together. Nina is still working over Anton. "That's her mission to freedom," Annet Mahendru says. "It's a really fascinating relationship between her and Anton that has been building. Neither of them knows what to make of it."
Premieres: Thursday, March 31 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After a failed mission to remove a blood clot from a brilliant scientist through miniaturization (just go with it), Archer & Co. are blacklisted by the spy community and decided to ditch the CIA in favor of starting their own organization.
What's Next: Enter The Figgis Agency, the new upscale private detective agency the main characters are now running in Hollywood, under Cyril's ownership. Among the group of guest stars who will be brought on board to voice the Tinseltown types that use the agency's service are J.K. Simmons, Patton Oswalt and Keegan-Michael Key, who will recur. Christian Slater will also return as CIA agent Slater.
Premieres: Tuesday, March 15 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Sadie and Sergio got back together. Jake and Tamara almost kissed. Jenna drove Matty to college and they decided to stay together, but Jenna's voiceover teased a less-than-happily-ever-after for the pair.
What's Next: Picking up a year after the finale, Jenna returns home for the summer and begins a fellowship at an Internet startup alongside Luke. Mean Girls' Jonathan Bennett will play Ethan, another of Jenna's coworkers, who totally hits it off with Tamara (but not so much with Jenna). Jake will regret his decision to not go to college and we'll also get to meet Jenna's baby sister for the first time. Oh, and did we mention that something major will have happened between Matty and Jenna -- something so bad, in fact, that Jenna hasn't even told Tamara exactly what went down?
Premieres: Friday, April 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Gordon died in Carrie's arms right after they finished off Stowe. One of Stowe's surviving men took Job prisoner. Proctor and Rebecca teamed up with the Salvadorian gang and wiped out their rivals, leaving them free to focus their attention on Lucas, who announced he's resigning as sheriff of Banshee.
What's Next: This is Banshee's last season, and it will be pulling out all the sex and violence stops as it barrels toward a final showdown between false sheriff Lucas Hood and gangster businessman Kai Proctor. Dollhouse and Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Eliza Dushku joins the cast as sexy, reckless FBI profiler Veronica Dawson, and though she's working with Lucas, she'll surely still be able to see right through him.
Premieres: Thursday, April 14 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Hodgins was left paralyzed after a bomb blast resulted in a spinal injury. "You can't say never, but as far as we're concerned, he's going to be wheelchair-bound," executive producer Michael Peterson told TVGuide.com in December.
What's Next: Hodgins and Angela will have to figure out their new dynamic given his condition, while Angela will also consider an alternative life as a globe-trotting artist. The show also has fun guest stars lined up, including NHL player Jeremy Roenick.
Premieres: Friday, March 11
Where We Left Off: Bosch wrapped up the Raynard Waits case that had plagued him for the first nine episodes of the series. The sentimental note came when Bosch finally opened up to his daughter Madeline after keeping her at bay all season.
What's Next: Season 2 will be largely based on Michael Connelly's Trunk Music novel in the Bosch book series. Bosch will head to Las Vegas after he finds a body in the trunk of a car on Mulholland Drive. "In the first season, we were consumed with an interior guy, but in Season 2 we get him to breathe a little bit," Connelly teased at the Television Critics Association winter previews in January.
Premieres: Sunday, April 3 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Patsy and Delia got separated after Delia was carted off to Wales in the wake of a nasty bicycle accident that caused her to lose her memory. In the Christmas special, Patsy and Delia reunited, and Delia said she's been writing to Patsy but her mother hadn't posted the letters because she doesn't want her to move back to London. Delia told Patsy that after she's recovered a little more, she wants to move back and pick up where she and Patsy left off. Sister Mary Cynthia caught Trixie literally calling for help to get her drinking in check, and helped her enroll in Alcoholics Anonymous.
What's Next: The season premiere tackles the Thalidomide scandal, in which expectant mothers who took the anti-nausea drug gave birth to babies who had malformed limbs and other defects. Elsewhere, the social revolution of the 1960s, including the invention of the birth control pill, will play a huge role in the women's (and Dr. Turner's) lives.
Premieres: Wednesday, March 9 at 10/9c, then moves to its regular time Sundays at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The Carmichael Show had a low-key six-episode run last summer, introducing smart young comic Jerrod Carmichael via a throwback "live in front of a studio audience" family sitcom format that intelligently (and funnily) discussed contemporary issues like Black Lives Matter and gun control.
What's Next: The show got a vote of confidence from NBC with an order for a 13-episode second season, and will repay that with an entire episode dealing with former NBC star Bill Cosby. It handles Cosby's tarnished legacy and how to process it with an abnormal amount of nuance for a multi-camera sitcom. "We want to explore things that people are really talking about in the most honest way possible," Carmichael tells TVGuide.com. "I don't think that's done a lot in this format."
Premieres: Friday, April 8
Where We Left Off: Rob and Sharon get married, but their wedding night turned into an intense war of words about how they were not supposed to end up with each other. It ended with Sharon's water breaking.
What's Next: No, you won't see the birth. That's because there's a huge time jump in Season 2. Rob and Sharon are still together, but now they're in the deep throes of marriage and parenthood. "We wanted to show the horror of a marriage in progress," Rob Delaney said at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews. "That's what we have our first thought of. ... We wanted to cut to the chase and skip all the, you know, lovey-dovey."
Premieres: Wednesday, March 30 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Lucious was once again fighting for control of his company after Mimi aired damning footage that gets him voted out and replaced with her wife Camilla, who's also the ex of his son Hakeem. Messy much? Plus, Andre's wife Rhonda was assaulted by an unknown intruder and left crumpled on the floor of her mansion.
What's Next: Hakeem has taken over Empire, while Lucious and Cookie are getting close again. Homeland's Morocco Omari joins the cast as FBI head Tariq Cousins, who will face off against the Lyons patriarch. Lucious also needs to watch out for guest star Xzibit's character Leslie "Shyne" Johnson, a washed-up manager who has a vendetta against him.
Premieres: Tuesday, March 15 at 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: Amy hit the road for the summer after Karma couldn't admit that their pool kiss was more than drunken shenanigans, leaving the fate of their friendship completely up in the air.
What's Next: Amy returns from her road trip ready to repair her friendship with Karma, but it seems like the latter has already moved on -- to Shane. Now he'll be stuck between the warring former besties while Lauren tries to campaign for friends and Liam wonders if he's capable of having friends at all.
Premieres: Sunday, April 10 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Madison, Travis and their families were sequestered in Victor Strand's estate high up in the hills over the Pacific. Travis had to put down his ex-wife Liza, who had been bitten by an infected.
What's Next: The survivors will try to escape Los Angeles by getting out to Abigail, Strand's yacht moored offshore. Strand might not be trustworthy, but he's a better choice right now than staying in L.A. while it's engulfed in flames and descending into lawlessness and chaos. Dougray Scott, Veronica Diaz, Arturo del Puerto and Daniel Zovatto will appear in the 15-episode second season.
Premieres: Sunday, April 24 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Sam left for Oldtown to become a Maester with Gilly and her child in tow. Tyrion and Varys are attempting to keep Mereen together after Daenerys flew off on Drogon's back. Daario and Jorah set off to find Dany, who ran into a Dothraki Khalasar. The Night's Watch turned against Jon Snow and (presumably) stabbed him to death. Arya was blinded by the House of Black and White as punishment for killing Ser Meryn. Theon helped Sansa escape Ramsay and Winterfell. Ellaria murdered Myrcella, who was returning to King's Landing with Trystane, Jamie and Bronn.
What's Next: Bran and his loyal band of followers are finally returning, with Bran's seer and warg powers even stronger from his training with the Three Eyed Raven. Margaery and Loras are set to stand trial. The Tullys will return, including Brynden, who somehow survived the Red Wedding. We'll also meet Theon and Yara's uncle Euron (Pilou Asbaek) and a new Red Preistess Kinvara (Melanie Liburd). Ian McShane will appear as a warrior-turned-peacnik who plays a crucial role in bringing one character back from the dead. Richard E. Grant will play an actor in a group of theater players Arya encounters. There will be more flashbacks, including a look at a young Ned Stark. The Hound and Shae were spotted on set, though details about their returns remain unknown. And according to other set reports, a very alive Jon Snow will lead a force of Northerners against House Bolton alongside Sansa -- who is the only star confirmed to survive the season.
Premieres: Friday, May 6
Where We Left Off: Grace and Frankie have settled into a real love for each other -- their bond tightened after Grace consoled Frankie following Frankie's secret hookup with her now openly gay ex-husband Sol who's set to marry Robert in a matter of days. Grace, furious, demanded that Sol come clean to Robert.
What's Next: Sol is all set to do the right thing until someone's medical emergency changes everything, uniting both Sol's and Robert's families, and creating a hazy situation in which no one is quite sure what to do next.
Premieres: Sunday, April 10 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Season 4 ended with the unthinkable: a happy ending as Marty Kaan welcomed a baby girl with Jeannie and his company seems to be on a positive course. But Jeannie is set to leave the company and his son Roscoe may be getting prosecuted for his hate crime stunt.
What's Next: No longer satisfied with shaking down big-money clients, Marty makes a super calculated power move that lands him and his associates in Havana. Guest stars will include Wanda Sykes, Keegan-Michael Key, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, John Cho, Donald Faison and Nicky Whelan.
Premieres: Friday, March 18
Where We Left Off: Fisk killed Ben and Karen killed Wesley -- something she kept from her co-workers at Nelson & Murdock. With the help of Marcy's stolen files, Matt, Foggy and Karen managed to take down Fisk's criminal network. When Fisk broke out of police custody, Matt -- decked out in his new super-suit -- took down the Kingpin.
What's Next: A new vigilante, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal), arrives in Hell's Kitchen and systematically begins massacring the local gangs. Frank's vengeance mission forces Matt to question his own agenda, as well as dig into a far-reaching conspiracy of corruption that may be behind Castle's killing spree. When Matt's ex-girlfriend, Elektra (Elodie Yung), comes to town, he also becomes entangled in a mysterious criminal plot with ties to the Yakuza and the Hand, a clandestine organization of evil ninjas. In his attempt to juggle so much -- including a romantic relationship with Karen -- Matt leaves Foggy out to dry when Nelson & Murdock find themselves roped into the trial of the century.
Premieres: Tuesday, April 12
Where We Left Off: After Danny and Mindy continued to fight over whether to have more kids, Mindy went back to her old apartment where she measured her closet and found that there's just enough room for Leo's crib. Seeing this as a sign, Mindy took the "For Sale" notice out of the window.
What's Next: Whether or not Mindy will actually follow through on moving out is being kept tightly under wraps, but Mindy will have tons of new faces to distract her from her romantic woes. The Walking Dead stars Lauren Cohan and Ross Marquand will both appear in upcoming episodes. Cohan will be featured in two episodes as a woman over whom Morgan and Jody fight. Marquand's role is unknown, but based on this Instagram, it seems as though he will appear at a wedding Mindy attends. Fortune Feimster has been promoted to a series regular for the back half of the season and Mindy's brother Rishi will also return.
Premieres: Wednesday, March 16 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Rayna accepted Deacon's marriage proposal, but may have lost her label thanks to Markus' departure. Avery continued to be wary about Juliette's intentions for him and Cadence, but agreed to supervised visits. Luke found himself in a personal crisis after discovering that he's $40 million in the hole thanks to embezzlement from his former manager, firing Gabriella and attempting (unsuccessfully) to reconcile with Colt. Scarlett dumped Caleb after realizing that they're not on the same page in their relationship.
What's Next: Wedding bells! Rayna and Deacon will finally tie the knot in a March episode, but will their nuptials go off without a hitch? Doubtful, since this is Nashville after all. Plus, Rayna's business is still up in the air. With Caleb out of the picture, the pieces are also in place for a Scarlett/Gunnar reunion. Can the same be said for Avery and Juliette?
Premieres: Thursday, April 7 at 8:30/7:30c
Where We Left Off: In the first season finale, Oscar slept with his ex-wife Gaby, but in an uncharacteristically thoughtful decision decided not to rekindle their relationship -- Felix is rubbing off on Oscar. Felix slept with Emily after she finally confessed her true feelings, which was an uncharacteristically spontaneous move for Felix -- Oscar is rubbing off on him.
What's Next: Teri Hatcher will appear in several episodes as Charlotte, a successful single mother who also lives in the building who will be a love interest for Oscar. Apparently no one has advised Oscar and Charlotte and Felix and Emily that it's not a great idea to date your neighbors.
Premieres: Thursday, April 14 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Upon discovering that the Neolutionists have infiltrated Topside, Ferdinand aligned himself with the Ledas and instructed them to hide Kendall. Delphine killed Nealon when he attempted to infect her with a biotech worm, but she was later shot by an unknown figure. Rachel got a new eye and discovered her mother Susan Duncan is alive and running the Neolutionists. Rachel also learned she is now expected to be a mother to Charlotte, the young clone from Season 2. Helena killed Rudy and reunited with Jesse. Mark, the seemingly last Castor clone, aided in the capture of Coady. Alison won the school trustee election, and Kira and Sarah reunited in Iceland.
What's Next: Sarah will return from Iceland to find a potential new ally tied to Beth Childs. When Sarah gets caught up in a dangerous situation with a new enemy, her old habits begin to resurface. This leads to Sarah becoming estranged from those closest to her, testing the limits of the Clone Club's sisterhood. We'll also learn a lot more about the new clone, Krystal, as well as Kira's mysterious abilities and the Neolutionist biotech. Ari Millen will return as a new Castor clone unlike any we''e seen before and Thomas Hynes joins the cast as the self-reliant hacker Dizzy.
Premieres: Saturday, April 9 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Jamie was brutally attacked and raped by Black Jack Randall before Claire was able to rescue him. Though deeply scarred, they were able to make a getaway and begin their journey to France, with Claire expecting their first child. In the last few moments, Claire was sent back to her present time in the '40s, and we have no clue how she got back or what happened to Jamie in the past.
What's Next: It's time for political games in Paris! Season 2 of Outlander is getting a whole new look as Claire and Jamie make their way through their new surroundings. The sophomore season will also introduce Sophie Skelton as Jamie and Claire's 20-something daughter Brianna and Richard Ranking as the formidable Roger Wakefield.
Premieres: Sunday, May 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Sembene and Evelyn died. Ethan came close to running away with Vanessa, but instead decided to turn himself in to Rusk, who told him he will be extradited to the United States. The Craeture, meanwhile, went on a murder spree of the Putneys (but spared Lavinia), and later told Vanessa he's decided to move to the North Pole, away from mankind. She turned down an invitation to join him, despite having lost the immortal part of herself.
What's Next: We're particularly intrigued by the impending rise of an immortal "master race" that Lily warned Victor about in the Season 2 finale, but there's also a reunion between Vanessa and Ethan, whose trip to Africa is marred by the villains, as well as the return of Patti LuPone as Dr. Seward.
Premieres: Monday, April 25 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Mary thought she was one-upping Elizabeth by deciphering the British queen's message to Gideon, but her real feelings ended up putting her right where Elizabeth wanted her. However, Liz was a bit preoccupied losing her baby to realize the power she now holds.
What's Next: The Protestants are rising in France, which is terrible news for a Catholic queen. Mary will try to rally the forces and make a return trip to Scotland if she wants to keep the kingdom in order. Once the riots stop outside the castle walls, then she can focus on getting Lola back from Elizabeth.
Premieres: Wednesday, March 16 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Johnny found a buyer to purchase Schitt's Creek for $975,000, but the deal fell through at the last second. Thinking she was about to leave town, Alexis turned down Ted's proposal and started a fling with Mutt. After Stevie declined to move to New York with him, a heartbroken David took off by himself.
What's Next: David will, obviously, return and will work on his relationship with Stevie. Speaking of relationships, Alexis comes clean to Ted about Mutt and opts to give it a go with the latter. Johnny considers running for mayor, but Moira ends up putting her name in the ring.
Premieres: Wednesday, April 20 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Piper Shaw turned out to be Maggie and Brandon James' love child -- and the Lakewood killer. Her attempt to assassinate her mom and half-sister Emma led to a bloody death at the end of a pier, finally ending her reign of terror.
What's Next: If Piper was the killer, who was the other person in the mask when she and Will were attacked? All fingers point to Audrey, who was last seen burning her correspondence with Piper before the murders began. Season 2 will revolve around finding Piper's sidekick and uncovering Audrey's secret.
Premieres: Sunday, April 24 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Richard went from an incredible high to a crushing low in the Season 2 finale: An arbitrator ruled that Pied Piper is all his due to an illegal non-compete clause in his contract with Hooli. Then while celebrating with his team, he received word that his board of directors has removed him as CEO. Meanwhile, at Hooli, CEO Gavin Belson is in a similar position after the failure of Nucleus (his streaming service meant to compete with Pied Piper), his sham promotion of Bighead and the fact that half of Hooli's employees' contracts are void.
What's Next: Obviously, Richard is going to try to get his job back. He may have to compete with renowned "that guy" actor Stephen Tobolowsky, who will have a recurring role as a tech company CEO. And the show is getting even more realistic, thanks to former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, who in a past life dabbled in stand-up comedy. Costolo is serving as a consultant for the show this season.
Premieres: Tuesday, March 22 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Cameron sacrificed himself to allow Kirsten to stitch into his brain to get a license plate number for the Fisher investigation. Instead, she stumbled into all of his feelings for her. When she came out of the stitch, Cameron couldn't be revived and Kirsten was left sobbing over him -- clearly her own feelings coming into play.
What's Next: Cameron's fate will be revealed very quickly and Emma will have to deal with her outpouring of emotion (and where it came from). Kirsten will dig deeper into what the Stitchers program's actual goal is and whether she's truly on board with their mission.
Premieres: Monday, April 18 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Aaron was seemingly burned to death after an altercation with Cassie and Cole. Jennifer took off with the virus that eventually kills most of humanity. Refusing to believe Ramse isn't the Witness, Cassie shot him and wound up getting shot herself. Cole saved Ramse and sent Cassie to 2043, where Jones had just finished negotiating with Deacon and the 12 to give them the time machine in exchange for the safety of everyone else in the facility
What's Next: Deacon will take Cassie under his wing. Cassie will also join Cole on his missions, with the show exploring new time periods, including the 1940s and the future. The identity of the Witness and the significance of the Red Forest will be revealed, as well as a threat even bigger than the plague. We'll also learn who Cole's mother is, as well as the ways Jennifer is connected to the larger mythology. Season 2 will also feature tons of new characters, including David Marciano as a cop in 1975 who works with Cole and Cassie to chase down a serial killer, David Dastmalchian as a Vietnam vet who may be the key to ending the conspiracy that almost destroyed humanity, Brendan Coyle as a bioengineer who helped create the virus, Jay Karnes as a 1940s FBI agent, Scottie Thompson as an evil time-traveler named Mantis, and Michael Hogan as Dr. Vance Eckland, one of Jones' co-workers.
Premieres: Monday, April 25 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Season 2 concluded with the Battle of Monmouth Courthouse, when British forces retreating from Philadelphia were attacked by the Americans. Gen. Charles Lee was exposed as a traitor, and Peggy Shippen and Benedict Arnold embarked on an affair. Mary convinced Abe to only murder Hewlett's courier, rather than Hewlett himself, but Abe got captured by Robert Rogers. Meanwhile, Akinbode, Abigail and Cicero, now reunited, debated heading for Canada.
What's Next: After Abe decides not to murder Hewlett, it remains to be seen what Hewlett's going to do with the sensitive information he's been given -- and what price Abe has to pay to escape Rogers' clutches. Things between Abe and his father will come to a head, and another key turning point will be Benedict Arnold handing West Point over to the British. Later episodes will also see the introduction of the most popular Founding Father of the moment, Alexander Hamilton.
Premieres: Friday, April 15
Where We Left Off: The Mole Women won the case against Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne with his old audition tape for The Apprentice they had found in the bunker. Jacqueline decided to return home to South Dakota. Kimmy learned that Dong got married to Sonya from their GED class to avoid deportation and Titus was confronted by his wife Vonda, who thought he was dead.
What's Next: Kimmy, still hung up on Dong, gets a new, Christmas-y job, but her daily job is helping Jacqueline get back on her feet after she returns to New York with the pennies from her divorce (aka $12 million). Titus' marital problems will be settled in the first episode and he'll eventually strike up a new romance with a familiar face. As for his career, he puts on a one-man show about his past lives. We'll also meet an old flame of Lillian's who is a, um, ladykiller.
Premieres: Sunday, April 24 at 10:30/9:30
Where We Left Off: Season 4 ended with Selina Meyer anxiously awaiting election results, only to find out that there's a tie: She and Bill O'Brien each received 269 electoral votes.
What's Next: Season 5, the first without creator Armando Iannucci, will pick up the morning after the literally too-close-to-call race. If Congress fails to break the tie, per the 20th Amendment of the Constitution, VP-elect Tom James could become president. And since he half-jokingly offered Selina a position as his second-in-command, she might revert back to our titular Veep.