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This Week in TV Trailers: 'Feud,' 'Kimmy Schmidt,' Jessica Biel in 'The Sinner' and More
In the era of Peak TV, there's more new television airing each week than ever. To help keep it all straight, every Saturday The Hollywood Reporter will compile a roundup of the week's 10 biggest trailers for new (and returning) series, as well as episodes that should not be missed.
In this week's trailers, Jessica Biel makes her TV return in USA's new anthology drama The Sinner, Empire teases its midseason return, more Netflix series get sneak peeks (including Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Love), and the final season of The Leftovers moves Down Under.
Here's a look at this this week's must-see trailers.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess) goes full Lemonade (yellow dress, baseball bat and all) in this first look at season three of the Netflix comedy, which will premiere May 19.
Jessica Biel returns to TV in The Sinner, playing a woman who flies into a rage and murders a stranger—with no clue why. The actress also executive produces the closed-ended series, which will debut on USA this summer.
"Feuds are never about hate. Feuds are about pain," says Catherine Zeta-Jones as Olivia de Havilland in the latest full-length trailer for FX's Feud, starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon as notorious enemies-turned-costars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. Ryan Murphy's newest anthology series debuts March 5.
Titus isn't the only one Lemonade-ing this week, as the trailer for Empire's midseason return features Taraji P. Henson wielding a baseball bat as Cookie takes out her anger on the possessions of her possible true love, Lucious (Terrence Howard). Empire is back March 22 on Fox.
It's the beginning of the end for HBO's The Leftovers, which sees Carrie Coon and Justin Theroux's characters moving Down Under to Australia for the final season, premiering April 16.
Season 2 of Netflix's Judd Apatow romcom returns March 10 as Gus (co-creator Paul Rust) and Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) tackle the next obstacle in their relationship: commitment.
Richard (Thomas Middleditch) has big ideas in season four of the HBO comedy, which debuts April 23 — namely, a new Internet. Really.
The Cody crime family, helmed by Ellen Barkin's scary Smurf, is back for season two of the TNT drama on Tuesday, May 30.
Season eight of the FXX animated comedy is going dark — noir, specifically, when Archer: Dreamland moves to its new network for an April 5 debut.
Hand of God
Ron Perlman is back for the second and final season of the Amazon series, which debuts March 10 and will see Perlman's Judge Pernell Harris face trial for the murder of a cop while his visions and the ghost of his son help him untangle a threatening conspiracy.