There’s never been more excitement to kiss a year away.
With 2020 heading out the door, 2021 is welcoming brand new content from streamers and broadcast networks that’ll keep you entertained throughout the cold, winter months!
Here’s what we can all look forward to in January:
Cobra Kai – Netflix (January 1)
Netflix is the gift that keeps on giving. The streamer moved up the series release date from January 8 to January 1.
The 10-episode third season “finds everyone reeling in the aftermath of the violent high school brawl between their dojos, which has left Miguel in a precarious condition. While Daniel searches for answers in his past and Johnny seeks redemption, Kreese further manipulates his vulnerable students with his own vision of dominance. The soul of the Valley is at stake, and the fate of every student and sensei hangs in the balance,” per the synopsis.
Dream Home Makeover: Season 2 – Netflix (January 1)
Syd and Shea McGee are back with their impeccable interior design skills. I dare you to watch season 2 and not get inspired to re-do a part of your home/apartment!
The Bachelor – ABC (January 4)
Matt James takes the lead as the first ever Black Bachelor in a season that fans are hoping will be better than what was served up on The Bachelorette.
This Is Us – NBC (January 5)
Reuniting with the Pearson family in the new year means new drama. Will Randall and Kevin patch things up? Will we find out more about Kate’s teenage pregnancy? And when will Kevin become a dad?
One Chicago – NBC (January 6)
Chicago’s heroes from Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago PD are ready to jump back into action as they tackle important storylines around BLM and COVID-19.
The Expanse – Amazon Prime (January 6)
The sci-fi series returns with additional season 5 episodes after humans leave the solar system in search of new homes.
Dickinson – AppleTV (January 8)
Dickinson is a half-hour comedy series starring singer and Oscar-winning actress Hailee Steinfeld. It explores the life of young poet Emily Dickinson and includes a slew of big names like Jane Krakowski and Wiz Khalifa.
Lupin – Netflix (January 8)
The French heist series tells the story of Arsène Lupin, the world-famous gentleman thief and master of disguise, who steals a necklace from the Louvre Museum in Paris.
The Resident – Fox (January 12)
Conic wedding… enough said!
Search Party – HBO (January 14)
We’ve waited six months for this month! The fourth season picks up right where season 3 left off as the gang tries to move on with their lives as Dory remains misssing.
WandaVision – Disney+ (January 15)
The streamer is finally launching the Marvel spinoff series WandaVision, originally delayed by the pandemic shutdowns. Elizabeth Olsen reprises her role Wanda Maximoff from the films in the six-episode retro series.
Batwoman – The CW (January 17)
When Kate Kane goes missing (Ruby Rose exited the series after season 1), Gotham is in need of a new hero. Enter Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) who discovers Kate’s batsuit and embraces the vigilante inside of her.
Nancy Drew – The CW (January 20)
The Drew Crew gears up to solve new mysteries plaguing Horseshoe Bay!
Riverdale – The CW (January 20)
Prom, graduation, and solving the mystery of the eerie VHS tapes are all on Riverdale’s “to-do” list before the season jumps five-years forward as initially planned in the fifth season before it got delayed by the pandemic.
Legacies – The CW (January 21)
Can the students at the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted wake Hope and Landon?
Fate: The Winx Sage – Netflix (January 22)
Netflix’s teen adaptation of the Nickelodeon animated series takes place in a magical boarding school in the Otherworld where fairies must master their magical powers.
Euphoria – HBO Max (January 24)
The second special episode aims to hold fans over until season 2, which isn’t expected until late 2021 or even early 2022.
Big Sky – ABC (January 26)
After the newbie series pulled the trigger on two main characters, we’re intrigued to find out how it’ll continue to mystery of the missing girls.
50M2 – Netflix (January 27)
Stuck Apart/ Azizler – Netflix (January 8)
The Turkish film tells a story about a man named Aziz, who is going through an existential crisis that’s all too relatable.
The Dig – Netflix (January 21)
The historical drama stars Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan and finds an excavator and his team recovering a wooden ship from the Dark Ages.
The Little Things – HBO Max (January 29)
Since HBO Max subscribers will be getting access to the whole slate of Warner Bros. 2021 films the same day they hit theaters, the first film on the roster is a crime drama starring Denzel Washington as a deputy Sheriff tracking down a serial killer in Los Angeles. It also stars Rami Malek and Jared Leto.
Palmer – Apple TV (January 29)
The gritty film marks Justin Timberlake’s return to the small-screen as a former college football star who navigates life after prison and develops an unexpected connection to a local boy.
5 TV Shows to Heat Up Your Summer
It’s not just the weather that’s heating up. If you’ve been looking for a new show to indulge in, look no further than all the exhilarating TV shows hitting your TV screen during the summer months.
When you’re not lounging at the pool and getting your tan on, here are 5 shows you have to watch during the summer of 2022!
Stranger Things – May 27 (Netflix)
It was a long wait, but alas, the fourth season of Stranger Things is on the horizon. And based on the trailers, we can expect a dark and action-packed adventure that will take us to Soviet Russia, California, Hawkins, and, of course, the Upside Down. To make up for the lengthy hiatus, each episode will exceed the hour mark.
Roswell, New Mexico – June 6 (The CW)
It’s time to get extraterrestrial in Roswell! The series will return for its fourth and final season in early June and test Rosa and Max’s relationship yet again. The residents of the supernatural small town will also face a number of new threats, including a bank-robbing duo named Bonnie and Clyde.
Ms. Marvel – June 8 (Disney+)
Iman Vellani is Kamala, a superhero fan with a creative imagination, who conjures up superpowers just like the heroes that she’s always looked up to. Early reviews as calling the series playful and relatable, while commending Maya Rudolph for her performance alongside Vellani.
Only Murderers in the Building – June 28 (Hulu)
Mabel (Selena Gomez), Charles (Steve Martin), and Oliver (Martin Short) are back! As the prime suspects in the murder of an Arconia resident, the podcasters-turned-framed murderers are more motivated than ever to solve the mystery and unmask the true killer. Expect plenty of exciting twists, new faces, and comedic moments.
Virgin River – July 20 (Netflix)
The picturesque views will draw you in, but we’re really here for answers to all those cliffhangers about Mel’s baby, Hope’s accident, Brie’s love for Mike, and much more.
Everything You Need to Know About Super Bowl LVI
Who is ready for the Big Game?
It’s almost time for Super Bowl LVI, and while we don’t know for certain which teams will be facing off against each other, we do know a lot about Super Bowl Sunday that will help you with your planning efforts.
Scroll down to find out when the Super Bowl is happening, where it’s taking place, and who will be performing at the Halftime Show!
When is 2022 Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LVI is scheduled for Sunday, February 13.
What time is the 2022 Super Bowl?
The kickoff is around 6:30 p.m. ET
Where will the 2022 Super Bowl be held?
It is happening at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles!
Who is playing in the 2022 Super Bowl?
TBD but it’s been narrowed down to four teams from the playoffs: Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Who is performing at the Halftime Show?
The halftime performance is already creating a lot of buzz as it’s a star-studded lineup with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.
Where can I watch the 2022 Super Bowl?
The game will be televised on NBC. You can stream it on the NBC Sports app, the Peacock app, through a Hulu Live TV subscription, or FuboTV!
Who won the 2021 Super Bowl?
Last year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took the win after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9.
What to Watch This Week: ‘Promised Land’ Premieres, A Trip to ‘The Gilded Age’ and More
New week, new TV shows to add to your rotation of must-watch programming.
Hey, you don’t want to be the only one left out of the Slack “water cooler” talk, do you?
Monday, January 24
Promised Land – ABC
The Gilded Age – HBO
“The Gilded Age begins in 1882 with young Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson) moving from rural Pennsylvania to New York City after the death of her father to live with her thoroughly old-money aunts Agnes van Rhijn (Christine Baranski) and Ada Brook (Cynthia Nixon). Exposed to a world on the brink of the modern age, will Marian follow the established rules of society, or forge her own path?”
Tuesday, January 25
Neymar: The Perfect Chaos – NEtflix
“Beloved worldwide but also a lightening rod for criticism, Brazilian footballer Neymar da Silva Santos shares the highs and lows of his chaotic personal life and successful football career.”
Thursday, January 27
grown-ish – Season 4B premiere – Freeform
The sitcom of Black-ish following Zoey as she goes to college and begins her adventure into adulthood premieres for the second half of its fourth season.
Friday, January 28
The Woman In the House Across the Street From the Girl In the Window – Netflix
“Watching the world go by from her living room window, heartbroken Anna sets her sights on a handsome new neighbor until she witnesses a gruesome murder.”
Nancy Drew – The CW
With one of her loved ones lives hanging in the balance, Nancy Drew and team must prove they can stop Temperance Hudson from destroying Horseshoe Bay in the season 3 finale.
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