There’s a lot of good TV to look forward to in the first month of the new year. John Cena reprises the role of Peacemaker in the HBO Max series of the same name. How I Met Your Father, the long-awaited follow-up series to How I Met Your Mother, premieres on Hulu. And after a two-and-a-half year hiatus, season two of HBO’s Euphoria premieres.
Scroll down for the full list of everything coming to your TV this January.
The Cleaning Lady (Fox): Crime drama starring Daredevil’s Élodie Yung
The Bachelor season 26 premiere (ABC)
Black-ish eighth and final season premiere (ABC)
This Is Us sixth and final season premiere (NBC)
Rebelde (Netflix): Reboot of the Mexican telenovela
Good Sam (CBS): Medical drama starring Sophia Bush and Jason Issacs
Women Of The Movement (ABC): Historical drama based on Devery S. Anderson’s book Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked The World And Propelled The Civil Rights Movement. Produced by Jay-Z and Will Smith.
Search Party fifth and final season premiere (HBO Max)
RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14 premiere (VH1)
A Discovery Of Witches season-three premiere (SundanceNow)
Pivoting (Fox): Comedy starring Eliza Coupe, Maggie Q, and Ginnifer Goodwin as three friends who reevaluate their lives after the death of their best friend.
The Righteous Gemstones season-two premiere (HBO)
Euphoria season-two premiere (HBO)
Superman & Lois season two (The CW)
Naomi (The CW): Ava DuVernay teams up with Greg Berlanti for Black female superhero show
Peacemaker (HBO Max): John Cena brings his Suicide Squad character to TV
Archive 81 (Netflix): new horror series based on podcast
The House (Netflix): stop-motion series with a great British cast, including Miranda Richardson, Helena Bonham-Carter, Matthew Goode, and Jarvis Cocker
Somebody Somewhere (HBO): A new HBO comedy created by Hannah Bos & Paul Thureen, starring multihyphenate Bridget Everett
How I Met Your Father (Hulu): The long-awaited follow-up series to How I Met Your Mother, starring Hillary Duff
La Fortuna (AMC+): Spanish adventure series following a young diplomat leading the effort to recover an underwater shipwreck, starring Stanley Tucci
As We See It (Prime Video): New coming-of-age drama from Friday Night Light’s Jason Katims
Fraggle Rock: Back To The Rock (Apple TV+)
Servant season-three premiere (Apple TV+)
Ozark season four, part one premiere (Netflix)
The Gilded Age (HBO): Period drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes following a girl who moves to the New York City of 1882 to live with her wealthy aunts after the death of her father
Snowpiercer season-three premiere (TNT)
Resident Alien season-two premiere (Syfy)
The Afterparty (Apple TV+)
The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window (Netflix)