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 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, plenty of Netflix series (The Defenders, Bloodline, House of Cards), ABC's newest Marvel drama (Inhumans) and more.
And here's a look at the big premieres and finales coming up next week:
Monday, May 8
8 p.m.: Kevin Can Wait (CBS, season finale)
9 p.m.: Superior Donuts (CBS, season finale)
Wednesday, May 10
9 p.m.: Criminal Minds (CBS)
9:30 p.m.: Black-ish (ABC, season finale)
Thursday, May 11
8 p.m.: The Big Bang Theory (CBS, season finale)
8:30 p.m.: The Great Indoors (CBS, season finale)
9 p.m.: Mom (CBS, season finale), Riverdale (CW, season finale)
9:30 p.m.: Life in Pieces (CBS, season finale)
10 p.m.: The Catch (ABC, season finale)
Friday, May 12
I Love Dick (Amazon), Anne (Netflix), Master of None (Netflix)
9 p.m.: Hawaii Five-0 (CBS, season finale), Shark Tank (ABC, season finale)
Now that Netflix's Marvel superheroes have all been introduced in their own shows, it's time for Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) to team up and fight some evil ninjas. The newest Marvel Netflix series debuts Aug. 18.
Frank and Claire Underwood (Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright) want to stay in the White House at any cost, and it's clear in the teaser for season five, debuting May 30, that they'll do anything to keep their power.
So far, no new footage from Showtime's revival of the cult favorite David Lynch series has been released — until now, with quick glimpses at Laura Palmer's mom, Sarah (Grace Zabriskie), Fire Walk With Me's Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton), Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and more.
There's no actual footage in the first teaser for ABC's newest Marvel project, but there is a bit of dialogue and some ominous music. The series, which follows a special race of superheroes, debuts in the fall.
In this trailer for the third and final season of Netflix's intricate family drama, which bows May 26, Sissy Spacek, a.k.a. Rayburn family matriarch Sally, wonders "How did we get here? We had some good times, didn’t we? But you all lied to me." It appears that house of cards will come crashing down.
Ahead of the sprawling sci-fi's second season debut, Netflix released a new trailer teasing the adventures of the psychically connected group of eight strangers.
Showtime's documentary about the iconic actor will follow his life from childhood poverty to worldwide stardom. It debuts at Cannes before premiering on the network June 9.
Famed director Oliver Stone has interviewed the Russian leader more than 12 times over the past two years, including post-Donald Trump inauguration in February, and will debut his documentary special on Showtime over four consecutive nights (beginning June 12).
The Canadian sketch comedy series debuts stateside on IFC this summer.
Syfy's campy grindhouse series debuted its first trailer, which promises a bloody, freaky good time.