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Atlanta (FX)

Returns: Thursday, March 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: A still homeless Earn (Donald Glover) tucks in to his storage unit "apartment," somewhat closer to success from managing Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), but he still feels the pull of the street life following the shooting that opened the season.
The Scoop: Donald Glover & Co. have been so tight-lipped about Season 2 that they've practically been trolling the public, going so far as to maintain that Looney Tunes is an inspiration. In a way, he was being honest; Atlanta's second season is even more out-there than the first, with each episode seemingly unrelated to the next and so much confusion that even hardcore stoners might find it too trippy. After the premiere -- which featured Earn's uncle, played by Katt Williams, nearly causing a hostage crisis while threatening to unleash his pet alligator -- things only get weirder and more wild. Paper Boi's gold record puts him in contact with all types, including white digital tastemakers who haven't got a clue who he is, as well as fellow Atlanta cats out to shake him down for every perceived new penny he's got. Season 2 is called "Robbin' Season" after all, and despite Atlanta's acclaimed dry humor, viewers can plan on darker themes, more violence and quite possibly, a matter of life or death.

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Gotham (Fox)

Returns: Thursday, March 1 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Bruce (David Mazouz) fired Alfred (Sean Pertwee) to explore more of his playboy persona, which is not his best look, and Jim (Ben McKenzie) found himself questioning his moral integrity once more after Harvey (Donal Logue) left the force. The most alarming development of all, though, was that Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) found himself back in Arkham with a still-kicking Jerome (Cameron Monaghan).
The Scoop: The back-half of Gotham's fourth season will see our heroes in precarious situations as the villains step up their game. Jim thought he had his hands full with Sofia (Crystal Reed), but now he knows that Lee (Morena Baccarin) is back in town and stirring up trouble with Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) as the Doc. What's on everyone's mind is, how will the Joker be born now that Jerome is back on the scene? The mythology grows to epic proportions in this season's final episodes. "[Jerome] is equally as cruel and vicious as he's ever been, but I feel like his motivations are more personal and more solidified now," Cameron Monaghan tells us. "Some characters from his past that we haven't seen before [show up], and we kind of explore some of his backstory. Specifically, with one guy who comes into the story in a big way. I can't say who this guy is, because I don't want to spoil everything." Maybe this will be the guy who carries the Joker's torch...

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Once Upon a Time (ABC)

Returns: Friday, March 2 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Victoria (Gabrielle Anwar) is dead and Mother Gothel (Emma Booth) is on the loose, but Lucy (Alison Fernandez) finally woke up from her cursed sleep, so that's something. We've still got to tackle the huge problem of breaking the curse without killing Henry (Andrew J. West) though, which is going to be a difficult feat without the help of Drizella (Adelaide Kane), who cast the curse in the first place.
The Scoop: Mother Gothel's coven of witches may be dangerous, but someone else is lurking in the shadows. "Someone is, we will find, out killing witches," executive producer Eddy Kitsis tells us. "So while Gothel is trying to assemble a coven, someone is trying to knock them off, and that is kind of what we're going to be seeing for the next little bit."

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The Good Fight (CBS All Access)

Returns: Sunday, March 4
Where We Left Off: After telling Maia (Rose Leslie) that he'd take the deal, Henry (Paul Guilfoyle) fled and left his daughter to be arrested in connection with the Ponzi scheme instead. Elsewhere, Diane (Christine Baranski) and Kurt (Gary Cole) got back together for good, and Lucca (Cush Jumbo) was briefly suspected of cyber-terrorism, but don't worry, it was all resolved before the credits rolled.
The Scoop: The good news is, Maia won't be behind bars when the show returns. The bad news is, she has some pretty hideous new ankle jewelry. Yep, that's right, Maia is out on bond, but that's the least of the show's troubles. In Season 2, lawyers will come under attack as disgruntled clients begin killing off their legal counselors, and things hit close to home when the firm starts receiving death threats. "It makes for a very uneasy atmosphere," Cush Jumbo tells TV Guide. "And it can make some of the decisions even harder to make because they are always worrying about who they're going to defend next or where that decision might lead." Meanwhile, if you like great things, look out for Audra McDonald to reprise her Good Wife role.

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Hap and Leonard (SundanceTV)

Returns: Wednesday, March 7 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: At the end of Hap and Leonard's second season, subtitled Mucho Mojo, the boys solved their town's child murders as well as the murder of little BB, which turned out to be unrelated. BB was killed by his half-brother Beau, who also killed Leonard's father all those years ago, and who finally got his bloody comeuppance. Leonard (Michael K. Williams) turned his wayward charge Ivan (Olaniyan Thurmon) back over to his father, while Hap (James Purefoy) had his heart broken by Florida Grange (Tiffany Mack) again.
The Scoop: Season 3 will follow Joe R. Lansdale's third Hap and Leonard novel, The Two-Bear Mambo. That obscure phrase was the title of a hit blues record by L.C. Soothe, who sold his soul to the devil in 1931 a la Robert Johnson, and whose connection to Florida's disappearance from Klan-plagued Grovetown gets Hap and Leonard into a whole heap of trouble. It's also a euphemism for ursine copulation. Early in the premiere, Hap and Leonard find themselves in the clink watching a nature special on bears with Det. Charlie Blank (Douglas M. Griffin) and some other prisoners. "Two bears doing the mambo, right there on TV," Blank says, shocked by what he's seeing. "When I was a kid, they wouldn't even show one dog behind the other in case something like this happened." And that sets up the real significance of the Two-Bear Mambo to Hap and Leonard: "World's changing, man," says one random prisoner. "Ain't nothing sacred out there no more." Hap and Leonard is a show about holding onto a moral code in a decaying society.

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Marvel's Jessica Jones (Netflix)

Returns: Thursday, March 8
Where We Left Off: Jessica (Krysten Ritter) spent all of Season 1 trying and failing to stop Kilgrave (David Tennant), which is why it was so incredibly satisfying to watch her overcome his powers and snap his neck. Meanwhile, Simpson (Wil Traval) teamed back up with his superdrug dealing government goons, before dropping off the map entirely, leaving Trish (Rachael Taylor) with no boyfriend and no leads on how to find him.
The Scoop: While Jessica and Trish are busy digging into Jessica's background to find out why and how she developed powers after her accident, they'll quickly start to realize that Jessica might not be the only person in New York City who developed abilities because of IGH.

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Love (Netflix)

Returns: Friday, March 9
Where We Left Off: Dustin (Rich Sommer) arrived as Gus' (Paul Rust) apartment announcing he intended to fight for Mickey (Gillian Jacobs), who in turn announced she actually wanted to be in an exclusive relationship with Gus. Kissing ensued.
The Scoop: Initially pitched as a show with a two-season arc, Love was picked up for a surprise third season by Netflix. This bonus season will, in fact, be the show's last though, and producer Judd Apatow promises it'll be the sweet, funny ending to Mickey and Gus's turbulent and romantic love story.

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Sneaky Pete (Amazon)

Returns: Friday, March 9
Where We Left Off: Marius (Giovanni Ribisi) got kidnapped in the Season 1 finale by two men who mistook him for Pete. The kidnappers demanded that Pete/Marius bring them to his mother Maggie and give up the $11 million she's hiding. They then threatened to burn down the farm and kill the entire Bernhardt family if he didn't do as they say.
The Scoop: Marius obviously finds himself in a bit of a pickle when Season 2 gets underway, but it doesn't take him long to track down Maggie and reunite with the real Pete. As the season unfolds, he tries to figure out a way to both maintain his secret identity, and get rid of the kidnappers while still holding on to the $11 million.

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The Royals (E!)

Returns: Sunday, March 11 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: When we last saw The Royals, it was revealed, via flashback, that King Simon had wanted to abolish the monarchy because of Robert's (Max Brown) shortcomings. And it seems that daddy dearest might have been on to something: in the Season 3 finale, Liam (William Moseley) discovered that Robert had been hiding out on an island instead of trying to return home as soon as possible after his plane crashed, which certainly called into question his motivations. Meanwhile, it was also revealed that Robert had actually orchestrated Eleanor's (Alexandra Park) breakup with Jasper (Tom Austen) by destroying the love letter she'd written to him. Dick move, bro.
The Scoop: When the soapy drama returns for its fourth season, Liam will form an alliance with the recently dethroned Cyrus (Jake Maskall), whom he hopes will help him uncover Robert's darkest secrets, while Willow's name appearing on Robert's list of potential brides will threaten to deepen the rift between the two brothers. Elsewhere, Eleanor will find herself traveling the world with Sebastian in order to get over Jasper and mend her broken heart - which isn't as easy as it sounds, especially when something happens that makes her question her decision. As for Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley), well, she's trying to figure out where she fits into the palace life now that Robert's been crowned king, and let's just say she's got her own guilty pleasures.

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Timeless (NBC)

Returns: Sunday, March 11 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: At the end of Season 1, Lucy's (Abigail Spencer) mom dropped a bombshell on her: she's part of Rittenhouse too. But that idea goes even further with Lucy; as the daughter of two people so high up in Rittenhouse, she's practically Rittenhouse royalty by blood! Elsewhere, things went south for Flynn (Goran Višnjić) when Christopher (Sakina Jaffrey) had him arrested, leaving the time-traveling renegade feeling betrayed by Lucy and in jail. Jiya (Claudia Doumit) was still feeling the bends from her time-travel trip and saw a flash of the past while sitting with Rufus (Malcolm Barrett). And Wyatt (Matt Lanter) and Lucy were just counting down the seconds before they had a full-fledged hookup! (It's gonna happen, right?)
The Scoop: When Season 2 picks up, Lucy will continue to fight her destiny as Rittenhouse royalty as word of Rittenhouse sleeper agents scattered across time hits the team, but we'll still be learning what the evil consortium's real plan is. "To a certain extent, more and more of [their plan] -- even in Episode 2 -- it evolves a little more and further with more clarity in terms of what they're after," says executive producer Eric Kripke. But fans shouldn't expect Flynn to stay cooped up for too long. In fact, Kripke teases he may be an honorary member of Team Time. "There's some obstacles for him to overcome, but as the season progresses, I think the fans of Flynn will be happy and see him start to evolve and become more and more part of the show and maybe even part of the team." Kripke also tells TV Guide that he loves the historical aspect of the show and telling stories of minority and female heroes, so don't expect any of that to change. In fact, Kripke says we'll be paying visits to luminaries such as Harriet Tubman and Robert Johnson. As for taking Timeless into the future in Season 2? "I don't want to go to the future, the future sucks," he says.

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Billions (Showtime)

Returns: Sunday, March 25 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After Chuck (Paul Giamatti) uses Ira Juice and his father to bring Axe (Damian Lewis) into custody, Chuck Sr. basically disowns his son. Upon being arrested, Axe vows to use whatever information he can to destroy Chuck, and puts Taylor - who's promoted to CIO in Axe's absence - in charge of liquidating the firm's investments in the meantime. He later makes bail, but returns to a darkened house after Lara (Malin Akerman) previously told him that she and the kids were done running with him. Wendy (Maggie Siff) and Chuck reunite and go home together, but it's unclear where her loyalties truly lie, since she embraces Axe and promises to help him "find himself."
The Scoop: Needless to say, Axe's arrest has upped the ante in Season 3. "The stakes are definitely higher now," Damian Lewis tells TV Guide. And for Chuck, the loss of his father's support leaves his political future up in the air. "His political aspirations have become very complicated," according to Paul Giamatti. "The whole political thing goes in a very interesting direction and ends up in an interesting place." Plus, Wendy - caught in the middle of her feelings towards Axe and Chuck - is forced to make a decision that could permanently alter the course of her life, both professionally and personally. "For Wendy, the thing that she can't tolerate is deception," Maggie Siff explains. "The more these guys hide or try to pull the wool over her eyes, the more she's like, 'I'm out.' The more they are transparent, even with the worst of their instincts or behaviors, she's like, 'I'm in.' So, for her... the dishonesty and the dissembling and trying to manipulate her, I think is the thing that would make her walk." Wendy also deepens her bond with Taylor, who's embracing their new role as CIO as the season kicks off. Season 3 will also have a number of guest stars, including David Strathairn, who will return as "Black" Jack Foley.

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Silicon Valley (HBO)

Returns: Sunday, March 25 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: HBO's tech comedy finished like it always does, with everything crashing down around Richard (Thomas Middleditch) before some miracle saves the day and Pied Piper is back -- sort of -- in business. This time, Richard's plan of a decentralized internet moved beyond the theoretical stage after a client's data was successfully stored in a series of smart fridges connected by WiFi. Gavin Belson (Matt Ross) offered to buy Pied Piper, but Richard said no and vowed to destroy the physical server industry, and Belson's Hooli, in the process. The big news is that T.J. Miller's Erlich -- last seen getting blasted on opium in Tibet -- won't be back in Season 5 as he opted to leave the show to work on other projects.
The Scoop: Don't think Silicon Valley will be lost without Erlich, as executive producer Alec Berg compares the comedic talent on the show to the starpower of the Golden State Warriors and explains that Erlich's role with Pied Piper was thinning out. "We actually had to work pretty hard to invent ways that he interacted with the guys in the company," Berg tells TV Guide. "And as it became logical for the guys to move into real office space, Erlich started to lose real estate." That will mean less in-fighting at Pied Piper, which is fine because most of Richard's battles this season will be external. "Our guys are actually trying to take on a lot of the entrenched tech monopolies in a battle for the moral future of the universe. And in general, monopolies don't love to be challenged," Berg sais. And of course, that means Pied Piper will be in direct competition with Hooli. "Gavin represents the status quo, a centralized repository of all the world's data, and all of the nefarious business opportunities that presents: data mining, selling user profiles and preferences, sifting through emails and search and purchase histories, all in the interest of selling ads and making money," Berg tells us. "Pied Piper is trying to provide a viable alternative to all of that."

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Roseanne (ABC)

Returns: Tuesday, March 27 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: The formerly final season of Roseanne featured the Conners striking it rich after winning the jackpot and Roseanne (Roseanne Barr) doing a lot of ridiculous and weird things as a result. Meanwhile, Dan (John Goodman) -- largely absent as Goodman was filming The Big Lebowski at the time -- was revealed to have been having an affair. But a final twist in the series finale revealed everything was actually a dream and the entire series was a story being written by Roseanne. In reality, there was no lottery win, and Dan had actually died of the heart attack he suffered in Season 8.
The Scoop: Naturally, Roseanne's nine-episode reboot will do what Roseanne does best: show the working-class Conner family struggling to make ends meet and not kill each other while dealing with each other's crazy personalities. As widely reported, the series kicks off with Dan's death forgotten, Roseanne representing Trump supporters, and Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) representing the pink pussy hat liberal left. But beneath the plays to 21st century identity politics, Roseanne has a hook that will be explored through the lens of Darlene's own kids (Sara Gilbert) and Becky's desperation to find a good job (Lecy Goranson). That hook is healthcare, specifically Becky's journey as surrogate, which includes trying to hide her family's not-so-perfect history from her client (played by previous Becky Sarah Chalke) and Darlene being forced to take a job she loathes for insurance. Toward the end of the season comes the whopper, though, when a major reveal puts Roseanne square in the middle of a serious situation

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The Americans (FX)

Returns: Wednesday, March 28 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: FX's spectacular spy drama cooled off with a slower pace in its penultimate season, but the stakes were as high as ever and there were moments where you could be forgiven if you thought the series was ending right there. Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth (Keri Russell) came this close to quitting their jobs as spies and returning home, but in the end decided to stick around to see one more operation was completed. Paige (Holly Taylor) continued her spy training with Elizabeth, Henry (Keidrich Sellati) was accepted to boarding school but was forbidden to go by Philip, and Stan (Noah Emmerich) wasn't nearly as suspicious of his new girlfriend Renee (Laurie Holden) as we were.
The Scoop: When the final season kicks off, time will have passed and Philip will have left the spying biz to focus on being a normal American for once. The travel business is booming, baby! But that leaves Elizabeth alone to handle the KGB's wishes, and that will take a toll on her both mentally and physically. "We ended this past season with Phillip saying he didn't want to [spy] anymore, so the relationship is about to take a significant turn," Russell tells TV Guide. "And that's where this season picks up, with that incredible divide of our lives three years later." Adds Rhys, "When we join Philip and Elizabeth in the beginning of Season 6, the chasm [between them] is enormous, and that's because Elizabeth has remained true to her mandate. Whereas as we've seen in the [previous] five seasons Philip has wavered from his initial indoctrination and kind of questioned who he is." That will continue the series' real story, which is following a marriage between two people working a dangerous job but also dealing with, on a magnified scale, the normal problems all couples go through. "I wouldn't describe it as a Philip vs. Elizabeth season, in a way it's more sad," Russell says. "In that way that you can be in this marriage for so many years and it gets to the point where you're so far apart that reaching each other feels so hard."

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Suits (USA)

Returns: Wednesday, March 28 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Things finally settled at the law firm as Harvey (Gabriel Macht) accepted that Jessica (Gina Torres) wouldn't be coming back and it was time for him to take up the mantle as managing partner. However, on a personal front, the proverbial shit just hit the fan. The first half of Season 7 ended with Donna (Sarah Rafferty) admitting she wanted more and kissing Harvey before leaving the office. Now, he'll have to figure out how he really feels about his closest friend and whether or not a relationship with the firm's CFO is really the wisest decision -- especially when he's confident he's found love elsewhere.
The Scoop: The back half of Season 7 will be the final episodes of Suits for original stars Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle as the former heads off for other career opportunities and Markle marries into the British Royal family. That means at least the tail end of the season will revolve around how Mike and Rachel depart the Specter Litt family -- but we hear it involves them tying the knot. "I think we've recently been running a promo about [the]... course of their relationship. Mike basically falls in love with Rachel at first sight and then they've sort of been... they've had their struggles," teases Suits creator Aaron Korsh. "They've been together for a long time, so that's the hint I'll give." Korsh also teases that Donna and Harvey's kiss is going to make things a lot more complicated for both of them in ways Donna "didn't expect," so stay tuned for that!

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Empire (Fox)

Returns: Wednesday, March 28 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: The Lyon-Dubois war came to a head and ended with Debra being arrested for Bella's kidnapping and Angelo's life hanging in the balance. Meanwhile, Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) moved out of the house, and Andre admitted to Lucious (Terrence Howard) he engineered the car-bombing.
The Scoop: When the Fox drama returns, it will follow through on the shocking turn of events surrounding Nurse Claudia's (Demi Moore) return in the winter finale. She has an axe to grind, and we mean that literally. She's wielding an axe like she's Kathy Bates in Misery, which of course sets the stage for a showdown with Cookie. Meanwhile, Cookie and Lucious' sons keep themselves busy settling the score with the Dubois family and seeking to get Hakeem's (Bryshere Y. Gray) daughter back in his daddy's arms.

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Star (Fox)

Returns: Wednesday, March 28 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: When we last caught up with the crew, Star (TK) was ready to tell Noah (TK) how she felt about him until she realized that his feelings for Alex (TK) might be the real deal. Meanwhile, Jahil's (TK) life was left hanging in the balance after he was found unconscious from a cocaine overdose. Cotton's (TK) fate also remained unclear after her ex-boyfriend Omari (TK) showed up unannounced following a heated argument and strangled her in the bathtub. Meanwhile, the drama continued for Carlotta who, after her salon was closed, barely escaped when it mysteriously burned.
The Scoop: While Carlotta may have sustained only minor injuries, not everyone made it out of the blaze alive. When the show returns, one major question needs to be answered: Who died?

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A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)

Returns: Friday, March 30
Where We Left Off: In the Season 1 finale, we had our hearts broken when it was revealed that Mother and Father were not the Baudelaires' parents, but were instead the parents of the Quagmires. And the heartache didn't end there. After arriving at the titular "Miserable Mill," the Baudelaires learn that their family name is despised in Paltryville, because the residents believe that it was their parents who started the fire that destroyed the town. Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris), in disguise, tracks Violet and Klaus down at the mill, where they've been hired to work by Sir, an evil businessman who decides to exploit them for free labor. Eventually, Violet is able to break a spell Dr. Orwell - who happens to be Count Olaf's ex-girlfriend - has placed on Klaus and the rest of the workers at the mill, but Olaf escapes in the confrontation that ensues. Tragically, Mother and Father are killed in a fire at the end, leaving their three children orphaned. The Baudelaires are taken to Prufrock Academy - where both Count Olaf and Lemony Snicket were once students - and befriend the Quagmire orphans there.
The Scoop: With the children now being housed at Count Olaf and Lemony Snicket's alma mater, the show will explore their tumultuous past in Season 2. "Lemony's past comes into play," star Neil Patrick Harris tells TV Guide. "They were schoolmates. Something happened that caused a bit of a schism between the two of them, which created a larger schism in organizations. There's a lot of backstory there." The show's sophomore season will also start to unpack some of the big central mysteries, like what VFD stands for and what secrets the Sugar Bowl contains, Harris teases. And of course, we'll get to see Count Olaf bring a whole new cast of characters to life thanks to his inventive disguises - including Coach Genghis, a turban-wearing motivational speaker; Gunther, a Germanic auctioneer; and Det. Dupin, a cool cat investigator with a penchant for scatting. "They're all markedly different, and it makes me feel like I've lost my mind," Harris quips.

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Legion (FX)

Returns: Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After the Shadow King (Aubrey Plaza) was finally removed from David's (Dan Stevens) brain, it jumped through a number of people, including Syd (Rachel Keller), before settling inside the mind of Oliver (Jemaine Clement), who'd only just begun to remember his wife Melanie (Jean Smart). In a mid-credits sequence, David found himself trapped in a strange sphere, because David really can't have nice things.
The Scoop: As Lenny, the joyfully malevolent personification of the Shadow King, otherwise known as Amahl Farouk, Aubrey Plaza was the clear standout of Legion's first season. Although the comic book series will reveal Farouk's real face in Season 2 -- he's played by Navid Negahban -- Plaza isn't going anywhere. According to showrunner Noah Hawley, the show will actually dig into new territory for the actress and her character to keep things fresh.

"What's more interesting to me is this idea that here was this woman who's... made some bad choices. She has some personality issues. She's not really reliable. She had this horrible thing happen to her, where she was killed and used as a mask for this thing. Now, this guy's willing to show himself, and so, yeah. You got him, what do you need me for?" says Hawley of Plaza. "'Where does she go from there?' was more interesting to me than to just have her continue to vamp as David's enemy. That question of well, what am I doing, was both [Plaza's] question and the character's question. You'll see it pays off in what I hope is a really interesting way."

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Shadowhunters (Freeform)

Returns: Tuesday, March 20 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Clary (Katherine McNamara) managed to resurrect Jace (Dominic Sherwood) and kill Valentine (Alan Van Sprang) after a standoff, and even her big bad brother Jonathan (Will Tudor) kicked the bucket. Unfortunately, all is not well in the Downworld, with the Seelie Queen uniting (and sometimes kidnapping) clan members against the shadowhunters. Not to mention, Lilith (Anna Hopkins) managed to escape her hell dimension and now walks free.
The Scoop: It may seem like there's finally nothing standing in the way of Jace and Clary's relationship, but we all know that's never going to be the case. Jace will be dealing with some mysterious consequences of his resurrection when Shadowhunters returns. At least Malec's relationship will be going stronger than ever?

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Famous in Love (Freeform)

Returns: Wednesday, April 4 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Paige (Bella Thorne) was forced to choose between Rainer (Carter Jenkins) and Jake (Charle DePew) at a press conference for Locked. Entertainment reporter Barrett Hopper had been murdered on the eve of an expose on Jordan's scandalous past.
The Scoop: You'll find out right away which hunk Paige chose when Season 2 returns. And though we can't reveal her decision now, you can rest easy knowing that both men will remain in her life following the polarizing choice - not that either guy is necessarily thrilled about this situation. "I don't think they're buddies," Carter Jenkins teases of Jake and Rainer's tense relationship this season.

But Paige's love life will only be a small portion of her journey this season, which will also find her struggling with some of the more terrifying aspects of fame. As creator I. Marlene King reveals to TV Guide, Paige "is faced with a creepy stalker this year who somehow is wiggling their way into her life and her personal spaces, and it's really frightening for her."

Between the stalker and the reveal of who killed Barrett (which we promise you won't see coming), Famous in Love is definitely upping the ante this year when it comes to jaw-dropping twists. But one new development that fans likely won't be too thrilled by is the introduction of a new girl in Rainer's life.

After meeting in rehab following his relapse at the end of Season 1, Rainer develops a close bond with fellow patient Harper (The Originals' Danielle Campbell). At the very least, Harper will hopefully be able to help Rainer maintain his sobriety because we have a feeling there's some serious tough times heading his way. As more people learn of Jordan and Nina's affair, it's only a matter of time before that news reaches Rainer. The question then becomes: who will be the one to tell him? "[Jordan] wants to tell Rainer the truth about it," King says. "Of course, [Nina] doesn't want him to do that because her relationship is still so fragile to begin with."

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New Girl (Fox)

Returns: Tuesday, April 10 at 9:30/8:30c
Where We Left Off: The Season 6 finale saw Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) get back together for good, ending years of will-they, won't-they tension with a devastatingly romantic reunion after they realized they can't live without each other. Meanwhile, Cece (Hannah Simone) and Schmidt (Max Greenfield) discovered Cece is pregnant, and Winston (Lamorne Morris) and his fiancée Aly (Nasim Pedrad) got a phone number for Winston's father, who left his family when Winston was very small.
The Scoop: The show's seventh and final season will follow a three-year time jump. Nick and Jess are still together, but Nick isn't sure if he wants to get married; Winston and Aly are married and have a baby on the way, and Winston's father is back in his life (and played by Curb Your Enthusiasm's J.B. Smoove); and Schmidt and Cece are raising their daughter Ruth. Max Greenfield says it's "a real Full House situation" with Rhiannon and Danielle Rockoff, the twin girls playing Ruth. "They're the same age as when Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen really popped." The girls are said to be sweet and funny and bring an energy to the show that it has never had before, but Greenfield admits he has no idea whether Rhiannon and Danielle will grow up to be Olsen-esque multi-millionaires, though.

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Fear the Walking Dead (AMC)

Returns: Sunday, April 15 at 10/9c; Sundays at 9/8c after that
Where We Left Off: Fear the Walking Dead was literally and figuratively blown up at the end of Season 3. Showrunner Dave Erickson left and was replaced by Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, while the dam in Mexico where much of Season 3 was set was destroyed. To cap things off, the only person whose status we know is Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), who washed up on a riverbank somewhere between Tijuana and California.
The Scoop: A lot is changing in Season 4. The series is moving to Texas, and with the move comes a whole bunch of new cast members, including Jenna Elfman and Garret Dillahunt. Plus, Lennie James's Morgan will be moving over from The Walking Dead. The tone of the show in general will also feel more like The Walking Dead. Danay Garcia, who will be returning as Luciana after sitting out most of Season 3, says that "everything is intense" this season: the emotion, the stunts and the stakes. Luciana will be linking back up with the Clark family after leaving the Broke Jaw Ranch in Season 3. She has "a lot of unfinished business" with her boyfriend Nick (Frank Dillane) and his family, with whom she'll be "form[ing] a unit" in a way she couldn't before.

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Supergirl (The CW)

Returns: Monday, April 16 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: The hunt for the final WorldKiller is still on after Reign (Odette Annable) kidnapped the one the DEO had in custody. Reign might have other problems though, since she finally showed her hand by taking control of Sam in front of Lena (Katie McGrath). Meanwhile, Mon-El (Chris Wood) confided in J'onn (David Harewood) that his and Imra's (Amy Jackson) marriage was an arranged marriage, and though he did fall for her, he's still deeply in love with Kara (Melissa Benoist). That relationship could be headed for disaster, considering Imra was just about to confess to Mon-El that their mission into the past had a hidden agenda he knew nothing about.
The Scoop: Considering it probably won't take long for Lena to put the pieces together regarding Reign's identity, it's only a matter of time before she tells Kara and, by extension, Supergirl. Kara's reaction to the news that her friend has been constantly trying to kill her at every turn may end up surprising fans. According to Melissa Benoist, knowing how Supergirl tends to deal with situations -- meaning she thinks everyone deserves second chance -- Kara may try to help her. However, Benoist admitted it would be a "difficult" thing for Kara to forgive, so fans should probably expect some tension between the two women once the secret comes out.

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The Originals (The CW)

Returns: Friday, April, 20 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: After defeating the Hollow, the Mikaelsons were separated forever under the threat that if they ever reunited, the divided pieces of the Hollow would do the same and return to its wicked ways. So while Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) went off to the Salvatore Boarding School for magical children in Mystic Falls, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and his siblings all went their separate ways.
The Scoop: The Originals will return for its final season after a huge time jump, picking up almost a decade later with Hope now a teenager. Unfortunately, no matter how hard Hope tries to fit in with the other teens at her school, it's going to be clear very early on that she's not like most of the other kids there. "Her life there has given her some structure of normalcy - whatever normalcy you can get at a supernatural school - but she's also the only one of her kind," Danielle Rose Russell says of Hope's life at the Salvatore Boarding School. "She is the most powerful being in this supernatural world that everyone is living in, and no one really knows that. She doesn't even know that, so I think that it's hard for her to fit in with people her own age. The fact that she's been raised by thousand-year-old vampires and supernatural beings has grown her very quickly as well, so it's hard for her to mesh with people her own age."

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Into the Badlands (AMC)

Returns: Sunday, April 22 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Veil (Madeleine Mantock) sacrificed herself to take out Quinn (Martin Csokas), leaving Sunny (Daniel Wu) alone to take care of their infant son Henry. Meanwhile, M.K. (Aramis Knight) is still being held captive by the Widow (Emily Beecham), and Baije (Nick Frost) managed to reactivate a dormant communications tower with the Azra compass and send out a signal before collapsing from a stab wound.
The Scoop: The gloriously gory martial arts drama will introduce a new antagonist known as Pilgrim (Babou Ceesay) this season. "I don't really want to call him a villain, because I think everybody on this show is kind of morally gray," teases executive producer Alfred Gough of the new addition. Described as a a cultish religious leader, Pilgrim will unravel some of the mysteries of the mythical City of Azra that have been teased throughout the show's first two seasons. Although Pilgrim does some bad things, Gough says fans will understand where he's coming from. He also loves his adopted children Nix (Ella-Rae Smith) and Castor (Dean-Charles Chapman), who have dark powers like M.K.'s (Aramis Knight). But Gough warns that Pilgrim "uses [them] the way the Widow always wanted to use M.K.," that is, as a "nuclear option" against enemies. Chapman is best known as Game of Thrones' King Tommen, and Gough says the former boy king was very excited to get to fight. "He's the one guy on Game of Thrones who never got to kill anybody," Gough says. Now he's slicing people up left and right.

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Westworld (HBO)

Returns: Sunday, April 22 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: We're not totally sure what happened in the finale of HBO's ambitious and complex drama either, but here's what we do know. Ford's (Anthony Hopkins) new narrative wasn't one for guests, it was the start of an android revolution as the hosts, led by Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), rose up to unseat their flesh-and-blood overlords. Ford even died for the cause, taking a bullet in the head from Dolores. The Man in Black (Ed Harris) was revealed to be the older version of William (Jimmi Simpson), Maeve (Thandie Newton) nearly left the park but decided to return to look for her (real?) daughter, and we found out that there are several other parks owned and operated by Delos.
The Scoop: You'll have as much luck getting Season 2 details as you'll have hopping on a train to a real version of Westworld as the show is one of the most secretive projects in production. But creators Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy have teased a few things, the biggest of which is that we'll likely see another "world" operated by Delos at some point. That changes the whole scope of the series and throws all predictions out the window. However, we do know that Young William will be back (likely in flashbacks), several characters who looked to be in deep trouble -- including head of security Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) and Elsie (Shannon Woodward) -- will return and the robots will have the upper hand as they push to not just take over the park, but figure out what else there is in this world and ours. And one more thing: prepare for Season 2 to be very violent.

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The 100 (The CW)

Returns: Tuesday, April 24 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: After a six-year time jump, Clarke and her adopted daughter Madi are shocked to see a prison ship arrive on Earth. Despite the ground having been safe for a year, Bellamy, Raven and their crew remain in space while Octavia and her people remain in the bunker with neither group of survivors having contacted Clarke once since Praimfaya.
The Scoop: Although our heroes will remain separated when the season picks up, everyone will be reunited on the ground soon enough -- but a lot can change in half a decade. Motherhood will have drastically shifted Clarke's priorities, and Bellamy and Echo will be closer than ever after spending six years trapped in space together. But some of these changes won't necessarily be for the better. TV Guide can exclusively reveal that Octavia's rule as the new commander hasn't exactly gone off without a hitch. "Octavia has made a shocking and unexpected enemy in her time in the bunker," a source close to the show tells us. With Indra, Kane, Abby, and Jaha among the 1,200 bunker survivors, we have to wonder who turned against their fearless leader. And does this mean there's a coup in the making?

Hopefully our favorites can work through these differences because they're going to need to ban together to deal with the prisoners from the Eligius ship, which hails from before the first nuclear apocalypse. The people onboard the ship will be far more ruthless than the Hundred were when they first landed on Earth and include a slew of brutal new antagonists, including a former enforcer for a crime syndicate, a former military strategist and a merciless serial killer.

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Genius (Nat Geo)

Returns: Tuesday, April, 24 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: It doesn't matter, because Genius is an anthology show.
The Scoop: The second season of Genius will follow the life of artist Pablo Picasso, as played by Antonio Banderas. Produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, the series will explore how the artist's passion and creative drive were linked to his personal life, marriages, affairs, and shifting politics.

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Brockmire (IFC)

Returns: Wednesday, April 25 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: The IFC comedy's hilarious first season ended with Brockmire (Hank Azaria) leaving Morristown -- and Jules (Amanda Peet) in the process -- to chase an opportunity to call games in New Orleans.
The Scoop: Brockmire's second season picks up one year later, with Brockmire living it up in the Big Easy and engaging with his old favorite pastimes: alcohol and drugs, things that have gotten old for Charles (Tyrel Jackson Williams). Of course, Brockmire is also still chasing his dream of returning to the Majors, but despite the bigger stage afforded him by New Orleans, he is still batting zero. After he finds himself facing stiff competition from a younger, more likable play-by-play announcer who doesn't even like baseball, Brockmire will attempt to up his game, which goes about as well as expected. The good news is, even though his professional broadcasting career still hasn't landed him a spot back in the Major Leagues, Brockmire has found success with his new podcast, "Brock Bottom," which features him getting drunk and regaling live audiences with his outrageous exploits. All of this is to say that Brockmire the man and Brockmire the show haven't really changed all that much.

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The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu)

Returns: Wednesday, April 25
Where We Left Off: Offred (Elisabeth Moss) had only just found out she was pregnant when she decided that enough was enough. When faced with the prospect of stoning her fellow handmaid Janine (Madeline Brewer), Offred led a rebellion by dropping her stone to the ground. Rebellion doesn't go over well in Gilead though, and the final scene of Season 1 featured a group of Eyes grabbing Offred out of the Waterford house and forcing her into a van -- never a good sign.
The Scoop: Elisabeth Moss warns that the first few minutes of the Season 2 premiere are going to be a doozy. "Don't try to guess what happens in that first scene of Episode 1 in Season 2," she says. "You will never get it, and I mean that objectively as a viewer. You just won't guess, and I love that so much." Season 2 will also introduce some new faces, with Bradley Whitford and Marisa Tomei cast in mysterious new roles. Whitford, in particular, is hard to nail down, since it appears he'll walk the line between friend and foe.

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Archer (FXX)

Returns: Wednesday, April 25 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Lana was killed off at the end of the previous Dreamland season, but the show has started to anthologize itself, so the events of previous seasons don't have much of an impact on the next one.
The Scoop: Archer is hitting the reset button once again for Season 9. The conceit of Archer: Danger Island is that Sterling Archer (H. Jon Bennjamin), an alcoholic seaplane pilot in this iteration, finds himself living on the South Pacific Island of Mitimotu at the start of World War II -- 1939, to be exact, as Japan is in the process of invading China and Germany has annexed Austria. Archer's co-pilot Pam (Amber Nash) helps him battle threats like quicksand, cannibals, pirates, and hyper-intelligent monkeys. In this iteration, Judy Greer will voice Charlotte Vandertunt, an heiress who's honeymooning on the island; Chris Parnell will voice a German spy; and Aisha Tyler's Lana will be reimagined as Princess Lanaluakalani, island royalty. It should be a wild ride.

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Quantico (ABC)

Returns: Thursday, April 26 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Alex (Priyanka Chopra) faked her death and ran off with Ryan (Jake McLaughlin) after finally outsmarting Roarke (Dennis Boutsakaris), leading him to commit suicide. Elsewhere, Owen (Blair Underwood) became the director of the CIA; Nimah and Raina (Yasmine Al Massri) were out of jail; Clay (Hunter Parrish) and Maxine (Krysta Rodriguez) eloped; and Miranda (Aunjanue Wallis) found herself in jail "for a long time."
The Scoop: Quantico is going through a soft reboot in the wake of showrunner Josh Safran stepping down and the show shedding three series regulars: Aunjanue Ellis, Yasmine Al Massri and Pearl Thussi are all leaving. The new season will pick up three years after the events of the Season 2 finale and find Alex living a peaceful life sans Ryan in Italy. Of course, that can't last and a new villain soon arrives and sets Alex off on a new adventure. According to new executive producer Michael Seitzman, we'll find out how Alex ended up in Italy and what happened to Ryan as the story unfolds. In the meantime, Alex is working as part of a new covert black-ops section of the FBI headed up by Owen (Blair Underwood), who gave up his spot at the CIA during the time jump. Harry (Russell Tovey) also returns along with FBI vet Jocelyn Turner (Marlee Matlin), who lost her hearing during a bombing incident years before and is out to prove she's still a valuable asset to institution.

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Elementary (CBS)

Returns: Monday, April 30 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: The show's fifth season ended on quite the cliffhanger, revealing Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) was hallucinating conversations with his deceased mother! You see, Sherlock tried to save a strange woman -- whose existence he'd hid from Lucy Liu's Joan -- after she started a fire in the brownstone. He found himself in the emergency room later for smoke inhalation and realized she was a figment of his imagination. After asking why she looked like his mother, Sherlock began to realize he'd been manifesting the part of himself that wanted to get better. Unfortunately, to get to this epiphany, he missed Shinwell's funeral and left Joan to solve a case that ended with her owing a favor to SBK. Joan returned to find the brownstone destroyed as Sherlock sat in the hospital waiting for a brain scan.
The Scoop: Desmond Harrington of Dexter fame is joining Elementary as a series regular in Season 6 and TV Guide has an exclusive first look at his character, who is named Michael Rowan. "I think of Michael as man who's intent on becoming Sherlock Holmes's shadow," says showrunner Rob Doherty. "They meet as fellow addicts in recovery, but it's no accident. Michael has plans for Sherlock, a twisted idea of how they can help each other. By the time Sherlock looks closer, he'll realize there's this warped, dark figure attached to him and it might not be possible to shake him off." Considering how strained Joan and Sherlock's relationship has been lately, it sounds like he might be vulnerable enough that -- perhaps for the first time ever -- he won't even see it coming.

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Code Black (CBS)

Returns: Wednesday, May 2 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: A deadly virus swept through Angels Memorial, leaving 15 patients and several members of the hospital staff, including Leanne (Marcia Gay Harden), in quarantine. With only minutes to spare, the staff realized one of the quarantined patients contained the antibodies necessary to cure everyone of the disease. There was no time to make a vaccine though, so the doctors set up a person-to-person blood transfusion and were able to save everyone infected.
The Scoop: Tyler Perez (MTV's Scream) joins the cast as Diego, "a rich and privileged charmster who has been handed everything in his life -- including his first year residency at Angels Memorial." He'll also be making a documentary about the ongoings of the hospital, which is sure to ruffle some feathers. Moon Bloodgood also joins the cast as a new medical sparring partner for Dr. Willis (Rob Lowe) as Melanie Chandra departs as Malaya.

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I'm Dying Up Here (Showtime)

Returns: Sunday, May 6 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Showtime waited to see what series creator David Flebotte wanted to do in Season 2 before making the call to renew I'm Dying Up Here. This meant that the dramatic Season 1 finale was meant to serve as a potential series finale as well. Luckily, the show is returning, and we'll get a chance to see how Goldie's (Melissa Leo) power moves play out. In case you forgot, after getting fired from her show (Girls Are Funny Too) that she co-produced with Cassie, Goldie burned bridges in the entertainment industry in a candid interview. Pushing her star comedians to Teddy's, she then pulled an eleventh-hour win from nowhere when she finally landed one of her stars on Carson's famed and legend-making couch.
The Scoop: TV Guide has the exclusive first look at new cast addition Nicole Ari Parker as Gloria Whitfield. In her recurring role, Parker plays a well-liked and well-respected producer of Soul Train who takes more than a professional interest in one of the young comics. It's her first relationship since getting divorced, and she finds that he reawakens her both sexually and romantically. Gloria also knows Goldie -- being powerful women in a male-dominated comedy industry will do that -- but we wouldn't exactly call them friends. With two drastically different management styles, expect things to heat up between the two producers as the season progresses.