A Peak TV guide to the upcoming new and returning series as well as episodes that shouldn't be missed.
In the era of Peak TV, there's more new television airing each week than ever before.
To help keep it all straight, The Hollywood Reporter will compile a roundup of the week's biggest trailers for new and returning shows, as well as episodes that should not be missed.
In this week's roundup, a new look at the Jim Carrey-produced dark dramedy I'm Dying Up Here coming to Showtime, Niecy Nash in TNT's Claws and the first trailer for Kay Cannon's Girlboss, starring Britt Robertson.
Turn up the volume and grab some popcorn to watch the hottest TV promos of the week. And here's a full list of the big premieres coming up this week:
Saturday, April 8
9 p.m.: The Son (AMC), Training Day (CBS, new time period)
Monday, April 10
9:30 p.m.: Angie Tribeca (TBS)
10 p.m.: Better Call Saul (AMC)
Tuesday, April 11
8 p.m.: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox, spring premiere)
Wednesday, April 12
8 p.m.: Hollywood Darlings (Pop)
8:30 p.m.: Return of the Mac (Pop)
Friday, April 14
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Netflix), Chelsea (Netflix), Fortitude (Amazon)
8 p.m.: MacGyver (CBS, season finale)
Executive produced by Carrey, Showtime's hourlong dramedy is inspired by the comedian's personal experience working the stand-up circuit in L.A. in the 1970s. I'm Dying Up Here boasts an impressive roster of stand-up comedians both on-screen and off: Dave Flebotte serves as showrunner with a cast that features Ari Graynor, Al Madrigal, Michael Angarano, Clark Duke, Andrew Santino and more. Oscar winner Melissa Leo co-stars as a club owner.
Following a prolonged offseason as star-creator-writer Aziz Ansari and showrunner Alan Yang came up with fresh ideas for the critical darling, the comedy returns with time jump. Season two, featuring guest stars Bobby Cannavale and John Legend, picks up as Dev returns to New York after traveling abroad to examines challenges in his personal and professional life. And yes, Ansari's parents will return in season two.
Originally developed for HBO, the 10-episode drama stars Scream Queens and Getting On favorite Niecy Nash and revolves around five manicurists in Florida taking on the underworld of organized crime. Breaking Bad's Dean Norris co-stars in the series executive produced by Rashida Jones.
From Pitch Perfect scribe Kay Cannon and executive producer Charlize Theron, the Netflix original is based on the life of fashion mogul/Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso and her best-selling book #Girlboss. Britt Robertson (Life Unexpected, Tomorrowland) stars as Amoruso in the series, which marks Cannon's first as a showrunner.
The critical darling created by and starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney returns for its third season to explore more of the wacky couple's rocky relationship after garnering a writing Emmy last year.
AMC's uber-violent comic book adaptation Preacher returns for its supersized second season as stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga and Joseph Gilgun debate the merits of the Dexys Midnight Runners classic "Come on Eileen."
Starz's follow-up to the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated The White Queen is based on the best-selling novel War of the Roses by Philippa Gregory. The miniseries is set in 1485 and explores rise of the House of Tudor and the tumultuous marriage between King Henry Tudor and Princess Elizabeth.
Netflix's take on Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved Anne of Green Gables follows an orphaned girl in 1890. The series centers on a young orphaned girl in 1890, who, after an abusive childhood spent in orphanages and the homes of strangers, is mistakenly sent to live with an elderly spinster and her aging brother. Over time, 13-year-old Anne transforms their lives and eventually the small town in which they live with her spirit, intellect and imagination. The title character is played by 15-year-old Irish and Canadian actress Amybeth McNulty. Breaking Bad Emmy winner Moira Walley-Beckett serves as showrunner.
The Freeform drama starring Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc wraps its five-season and 101-episode run with its long-awaited series finale Tuesday. During its run, the teen drama has tackled social issues including alcoholism, drepression, racism and sexual consent.
Andy Cohen steps into Chuck Woolery's shoes in Fox's revival of the classic dating series. The series is one of multiple reality game shows to be rebooted as the unscripted arena continues to search for a new hit. The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss exec produces.