The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022

The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022

The TV Shows options for the coming year will please dragon lovers and Hobbit fiends, alike.

The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022
The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022

There are lots of things to look forward to in 2022 — including a whole bunch of TV shows to indulge in. In 2021, shows like Outer Banks and Only Murders in the Building took the reigns of our screens, but which ones will spark our next binge-watch? Ahead, find some of the best shows that are set to drop in 2022.


Where to stream: HBO Max

After its initial release in 2019, Euphoria instantly became a cult classic. The long-awaited second season finally made its way to HBO in January 2022, and viewers will continue following the story of fan favorites like Rue, Kat, Maddy, and Jules. The show’s lead, Zendaya, admitted that the second season will be darker than the first, so get ready to feel all the feelings.

2.Stranger Things

Where to stream: Netflix

After Stranger Things 3 dropped in summer 2019, fans were instantly craving more from the Hawkins crew. It’s been three years since then, which means we have a lot of catching up to do. Eleven is staying in California with Will, Jonathan, and Joyce while Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Nancy, Steve, and Robin are still in Hawkins. There’s even a new creepy setting aside from the Upside Down — the Creel House. ST4 can’t come soon enough.

3. Ms. Marvel

Where to stream: Disney+

Marvel Cinematic Universe superfans, this one’s for you. Ms. Marvel is officially entering the MCU in 2022, and the new series follows 16-year-old Pakistani-American Kamala Khan, who’s growing up in Jersey City. Kamala does well in school, loves gaming, and even writes fan fiction based on her favorite superheroes like Caprain Marvel. She struggles to fit in at her school, but that all changes when she gets super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to. Disney+ hasn’t released an official release date just yet, but you already know it’s on our radar.

4. Bridgerton

Where to stream: Netflix

Shonda Rhimes’ period drama, Bridgerton, is another show that’s coming back in 2022After it essentially took over the world during its initial release in 2020 — no, seriously, it’s even been adapted into a Grammy-nominated TikTok musical — fans want more from the ‘Ton. New cast members like Sex Education‘s Simone Ashley are joining this season, which makes things more exciting in terms of the already eventful storyline.

5. The Sex Lives of College Girls

Where to stream: HBO Max

The comedic genius of Mindy Kaling strikes again with The Sex Lives of College Girls. After the success of her Netflix comedy, Never Have I Ever, Mindy brings on a whole new story following four suitemates trying to navigate their first year at college while attending a prestigious university. Not only is the cast diverse, but the plot touches on both the positive and negative parts of sex and relationships. While the show’s first season just dropped in November 2021, it hasn’t had its shining moment quite yet. Next year may bring on more of a fan base for this realistic and relatable account of Gen Z college life.

6. Rebelde

Where to stream: Netflix

The modern reboot of the beloved Y2K Mexican telenovela, Rebelde, hit Netflix on January 5, 2022. The original series followed six prep school students with different backgrounds and interests who all shared a passion for music and formed a band. In the new show, a new generation of students have dreams of joining the prestigious music program at the Elite Way School so they can win the Battle of the Bands and become musical stars like their predecessors.

7. The Kardashians

Where to stream: Hulu

In case you missed Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the A-listers will be back on your screen soon enough. Following the high-profile lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, this Hulu reality show will continue to take us into the glamorous world of the family. There aren’t many details on what the show will entail (aside from Kourtney’s engagement to Travis Barker, which we know from seeing professional equipment in her family’s social media snaps). All we know is that the countdown begins now!

8. One of Us is Lying

Where to stream: Peacock

Although One of Us is Lying hit Peacock in 2021, the show has the potential to become your next TV obsession. If you love shows like Gossip Girl meets Cruel SummerOne of Us is Lying is like a combination of the two. Based on Karen M. McManus’s #1 New York Times best-selling novel, the series follows five high school students who walk into detention — and only four make it out alive. That student happens to be running an anonymous gossip site that airs out the secrets of students at Bayridge High, which makes the stakes especially high since everyone is a suspect with something to hide.

9. Hype House

Where to stream: Netflix

TikTok’s famous Hype House is finally making its way to TV. Members include LILHUDDY (a.k.a Chase Hudson), Larray, and Nikita Dragun among others. The reality show, which drops on January 7, 2022, will center these the most popular personalities on social media as they come into their own. There’s no trailer just yet, but you already know we’ll give more details as they come.

10. How I Met Your Father

Where to stream: Hulu

You’ve heard of How I Met Your Mother (and probably binge-watched it multiple times by now)and the beloved sitcom is premiering a spin-off starring Hilary Duff on January 18, 2022. How I Met Your Father is set in the future where Hilary’s character Sophie tells her son the story of how she met his dad. Just like its predecessor, the series shows how Sophie and her friends navigate their 20s and 30s but this time, it takes place in a post-dating app world.

11. As We See It

Where to stream: Amazon Prime Video

This coming-of-age series is coming to Amazon Prime Video on January 21, 2022 and follows 3 twenty-something roommates on the autism spectrum as they get jobs, make friends, fall in love, and navigate a world that typically avoids them. With the help of their families and each other, they navigate life with tough situations and triumphs.

12. Cheer

Where to stream: Netflix

The Emmy-winning reality series is back on January 12, 2022 and the stakes have never been higher. The buzz around Navarro’s newfound stardom may change the team’s dynamic, but nothing compares to the COVID-19 related challenges they face when the 2020 cheer season ends. The new season also dives into the serious criminal accusation aimed toward one of Navarro’s teammates and gives viewers a glimpse into their rival team, Trinity Valley Community College.

13. Bel-Air

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Where to stream: Peacock

This one-hour drama series is a modern reimagining of the classic ’90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-AirBel-Air will be a dramatic take on Will’s complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of his new neighborhood. Characters like Will, Carlton, and Hillary will make their way back to our screens like we’ve never seen them on February 13, 2022.

14. The Summer I Turned Pretty

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Where to stream: Amazon Prime Video

Based on the book trilogy of the same name by To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before author Jenny Han, The Summer I Turned Pretty follows Belly, whose love life takes a turn once she turns 16. This coming-of-age story finds Belly stuck in a love triangle between two brothers, where she endures her first love and first heartbreak all in the same summer. Per Deadline, newcomer Lola Tung stars in the series alongside Christopher Briney and Gavin Casalegno. An official release date has yet to be announced.

The Summer I Turned Pretty is many years in the making, and I’m so excited to tell Belly’s story in 2021,” Jenny Han said in an Amazon press release. “For the longtime book fans, I think it will have been worth the wait. For those newly discovering the Summer series, I hope you fall in love with these characters and this place that is so dear to my heart.”


wednesday jenna ortega

Where to stream: Netflix

A Tim Burton-directed live-action series inspired by the iconic character from The Addams Family is hitting Netflix soon. Starring YOU‘s Jenna Ortega, Wednesday taps into the life of Gomez and Morticia Addams’ only daughter as she discovers her psychic abilities and prevents a killing spree that has terrorized the town. She’s also on a mission to unpack a supernatural mystery involving her parents 25 years ago. Netflix has yet to officially announce a release date, but we can’t wait for this chilling comedy series.


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