NEW AND RETURNING SHOWS FOR SPRING
More highlights from new and returning shows this spring (all times p.m. ET/PT):
A&E, Mondays, 10
A follow-up to 1976 horror classic The Omen, about the mysterious child from the film who grows up to learn that he’s the Antichrist.
OF KINGS& PROPHETS
ABC, TUESDAYS, 10
The lives of a battle-weary king, resentful prophet and young shepherd intersect in this epic biblical drama.
LITTLE BIG SHOTS NBC, TUESDAY PREVIEW AT 10, THEN SUNDAYS, 8
Ellen DeGeneres produces a new variety series starring kids and hosted by Steve Harvey.
WGNAMERICA, WEDNESDAYS, 10
A dramatic look at the revolutionaries and escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad.
60 DAYS IN
A&E, THURSDAYS, 10
A 12-episode docu-series about seven innocent people who are voluntarily incarcerated for 60 days.
Will Arnett stars as aman who falls for the object of his best friend’s fascination in this quasicomedy executive-produced by Arrested Development’s Mitch Hurwitz.
CBS, WEDNESDAYS, 10
An international spinoff of CBS’ FBI procedural.
FX, WEDNESDAYS, 10
The Soviet spy drama is back for Season 4.
Elektra is front and center in Season 2 of Marvel’s comic-book series.
DANCING WITH THE STARS
ABC, MONDAYS, 8
The celebrity dance competition cha-chas back for Season 22.
HEARTBEAT NBC, TUESDAY PREVIEW AT 9, THEN WEDNESDAYS, 8
Melissa George stars as a heart-transplant surgeon juggling work, parenting and relationships.
TV LAND, WEDNESDAYS, 10
George Lopez struggles with race, class and fame in this new comedy.
GAME OF SILENCE
NBC, THURSDAYS, 10
Four best friends are haunted by a dark secret from their past in this new drama from the executive producers of CSI and Friday Night Lights.
STARZ, SATURDAYS, 9
The second book of Diana Gabaldon’s sexy sci-fi/fantasy series gets a TV adaptation.
THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE
STARZ, SUNDAYS, 8
Executive-produced by Steven Soderbergh and adapted from his 2009 film, which follows a high-end New York call girl.
SHOWTIME, SUNDAYS, 9:30
Andrew Dice Clay stars in a semi-autobiographical comedy about the ups and downs of his life as a Las Vegas comedian.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD
AMC, SUNDAYS, 9
The Walking Dead spinoff gets a second season.
TBS, MONDAYS, 9
The Daily Show’s Jason Jones stars as an unfiltered dad who embarks on a hellish road trip with his family.
PBS, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 9
Filmmaker Ken Burns’ latest project, a two-parter on the baseball great.
SYFY, MONDAYS, 10
An FBI agent becomes obsessed with his wife’s disappearance in this adaptation of the Whitley Strieber bestseller.
BBC AMERICA, THURSDAYS, 10
The clone thriller starring Tatiana Maslany moves to a new night for Season 4.
UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT
A doomsday cult survivor (Ellie Kemper) starts over in New York in Tina Fey’s offbeat comedy, back for Season 2.
CW, TUESDAYS, 9
Based on Belgian series Cordon, the limited series follows those quarantined when amysterious and deadly epidemic hits Atlanta.
GAME OF THRONES
HBO, SUNDAYS, 9
Jon Snow (Kit Harington) lives or dies in Season 6 of the fantasy epic.
HBO, SUNDAYS, 10
A tech start-up struggles to succeed in the raunchy comedy’s third season.
HBO, SUNDAYS, 10:30
Julia Louis-Dreyfus swears in a fifth season of the presidential comedy.
SHOWTIME, SUNDAYS, 10
Eva Green, Josh Hartnett and Timothy Dalton star in this horror series, back for a third season.
GRACE AND FRANKIE
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return for a second season of the divorce dramedy.
HISTORY, MONDAY, 9
A four-night, eight-hour remake of the groundbreaking ’70s series about American slavery, starring Forest Whitaker, Anna Paquin and Laurence Fishburne.
Season 6 of HBO’s Game of Thrones is shrouded in secrecy, including the fates of Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams, inset), who was rendered blind as punishment at the end of Season 5. Season 6 begins April 24.