This show picks up one year after the final episode of The Good Wife,but don’t be fooled by its connection to another hit. This show is making a name for itself all on its own. With richly developed characters and a whole new host of female leads for us to obsess over, The Good Fight is not to be missed.
Though the show may be in Season 3, there’s never been a better time to catch up. Plus, it’s set up as an anthology series, so every season takes on a different storyline. In Season 3, the show focuses on modern servitude in America.
Oh, Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin, how I love thee. This show is in Season 6, which means that if you haven’t started watching yet, your Sundays will be occupied for quite some time while you catch up. You can thank me later.
Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon lead the cast of Ryan Murphy’s newest series chronicling the legendary feud between actresses Joan Crawford and Bette Davis while they filmed the 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
This new series has some potential because it’s based on the successful 1979 book and movie of the same name about adventurer H.G. Wells and his time machine. Though it’s slow to start, I’m still counting this show as one to keep an eye on.
With another A-list female in the lead of a show, Jennifer Lopez takes on the soapy drama of Shades of Blue in stride. The story follows detective and single mother Harlee Santos as she walks the line between good cop and bad cop for the sake of her family.
First Ross goes Kardashian, and now Chandler goes Kennedy. It’s kind of amazing. This is another case of high-powered talent coming to television. Katie Holmes and Matthew Perry star in this drama focused around Jacqueline Kennedy’s life after the assassination of John F. Kennedy.