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Get ready for a lineup that includes The Umbrella Academy, You, X-Men ’97, Avatar: The Last Airbender, House of the Dragon, Fallout and The Bear.This year’s TV offerings are bound to keep you entertained. Despite a few setbacks in 2023, viewers can look forward to a new wave of shows that include spinoffs, anime, returning series and video game adaptations. We’ll also see beloved properties hit the small screen in ways we haven’t necessarily seen before.For example, there’s Netflix’s live-action take on Avatar: The Last Airbender. Most of us saw a previous attempt at adapting Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino’s animated series, and as a fan, I’m cautiously optimistic about this upcoming version (but still can’t wait to watch it). New releases like Fallout, The Penguin, X-Men ’97, Shōgun and Agatha: Darkhold Diaries seem like prime candidates for watchlists.Star Wars fans are in for a treat, as the brand has multiple shows hitting Disney Plus this year, while Netflix is saying goodbye to popular franchises like Cobra Kai, You, The Umbrella Academy, Big Mouth and Sweet Tooth. There’s lots of action with returning series such as House of the Dragon, The Boys, Tales of the Jedi and Squid Game. Comedy is also on deck with Abbott Elementary and Curb Your Enthusiasm.We’ll also admit there are some shows we’re hoping will air in 2024, but it’s unknown whether their premiere dates have been pushed back — including Starz hits like Power Book II and P-Valley, and Peacock’s Poker Face and Bel-Air. Here’s a sampling of the best to come in 2024, and we’ll keep this list updated throughout the year with release dates and titles.Griselda (Jan. 25): A fictionalized story about the real-life Colombian crime boss, Griselda Blanco. The series stars Sofia Vergara along with Alberto Guerra, Christian Tappan, Martín Rodríguez and Karol G.Squid Game: Season 2 is set to return this year, according to Netflix, and the story will pick up with Gi-hun, Front Man, detective Hwang Jun-ho and the Recruiter.3 Body Problem (March 21): The new sci-fi mystery series is based on the book by Liu Cixin, and comes from Game of Thrones duo David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.The Gentlemen (March 7): This Guy Ritchie series follows Eddie Horniman (Theo James), an unsuspecting heir to a weed business who gets sucked into the British criminal underground.Ripley (April 4): Fleabag’s Andrew Scott plays Tom Ripley in this thriller based on The Talented Mr. Ripley book.Bridgerton (May 16; June 13): Ready to get swept up in another Bridgerton romance? Season 3 is all about Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton’s love story, which will be broken up into two parts with four episodes each.Sweet Tooth: The final installment is expected to come out this year. Watch Gus, Bear, Jepperd and Wendy when their journey takes them to frigid Alaska.The Umbrella Academy (Aug. 8): Season 4 will debut with more timeline mayhem, Hargreeves sibling drama and a round of new characters.You: It’s the final bow for Netflix’s hit psychological thriller series. Of course, I need to see how things turn out for its extremely unhinged protagonist, Joe.Tomb Raider: The Legend of Lara Croft: Hayley Atwell voices the titular character in the animated series, which is adapted from the video game.Vikings: Valhalla: Will Freydis, Leif and Harald reunite in season 3 — and will these relationships survive their time apart? Stream it to find out and to meet Freydis’ and Leif’s father, Erik the Red.Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid spinoff that finally brought Danny and Johnny together on one accord ends with season 6. However, the show’s creators have hinted there may be new things in store for “the Miyagiverse.”Big Mouth: Middle school finally ends for Nick, Maurice, Andrew, Jessi, Connie and the rest of the gang when season 8 arrives later this year.The Night Agent: FBI agent Peter Sutherland possibly takes on a covert new role in season 2.Devil May Cry: The video game adaptation will make its anime debut, but we’ll let the trailer speak for itself.X-Men ’97 (March 20): A revival of the 1992 animated series, this Marvel show includes a voice cast from days past with favorites like Wolverine, Magneto, Rogue, Beast, Gambit and Storm. Keen on this nostalgia trip.Star Wars: Skeleton Crew: Disney continues to build out its Star Wars universe with this new series that revolves around four kids lost in space trying to get home.Moana: Based on the Disney film, the musical TV show is meant to be a sequel to the 2016 movie.Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi: After a well-received first season, a new installment of the animated anthology series is on the way, exploring more character lore.The Acolyte: Another original series in the Star Wars franchise, The Acolyte is described as a mystery show that unites a Jedi master with one of his former proteges to investigate crimes.

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