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TV in February 2018 - What are you watching?


Pesky Therizinosaurus
Oct 25, 2017
New year, new ERA.

I'm trying something new this time around - rather than do a thread that covers 4 months of TV at a time, I'm going to make a new thread each month!

January TV thread

~ Recent Highlights ~

Happy! - Syfy

Devilman Crybaby - Netflix

The End of the F***ing World - Netflix

Mosaic - HBO

Babylon Berlin - Netflix

Below is a list of new and returning shows for February. I try to cover everything scripted (broadcast, cable, premium, streaming, foreign) as well as some of the more notable unscripted series. If you notice anything missing, just let me know!


Thursday, 1

A.P. Bio - NBC - 9:30/8:30c - Special Preview

Impractical Jokers - Tru TV - 10/9c

Talk Show the Game Show - Tru TV - 10:30/9:30c

Friday, 2

Absentia - Amazon

Altered Carbon - Netflix

Coach Snoop - Netflix

Crawford - CBC

Fly Guys - Facebook Watch

Her Stolen Past - LMN - 8/7c

#Metoo, Now What? - PBS - 8:30/7:30c

The Trade - Showtime - 9/8c

Strike Back - Cinemax - 10/9c

2 Dope Queens - HBO - 11:30/10:30c

This is Not Happening - Comedy Central - 12/11c

Saturday, 3

The Simone Biles Story - Lifetime - 8/7c

My Secret Valentine - Hallmark - 9/8c

The Artful Detective - Ovation - 10/9c

Monday, 5

The Heart Guy - Acorn Tv

Wednesday, 7

Queer Eye - Netflix

Big Brother - CBS - 8/7c

The Amazing Race - CBS - 9/8c - Time Period Debut

Channel Zero: Butcher's Block - Syfy - 10/9c

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee - TBS - 10:30/9:30c

Thursday, 8

The System with Joe Berlinger - Sundance Now

Friday, 9

Grand Prix Driver - Amazon

Saturday, 10

Very, Very, Valentine - Hallmark - 9/8c

Sunday, 11

Behind the Movement - TV One - 7/6c

Our Cartoon President - Showtime - 8/7c

Cooking with Love - Hallmark - 9/8c

Here and Now - HBO - 9/8c

Homeland - Showtime - 9/8c

Private Eyes - ION - 9/8c

Monday, 12

DC's Legends of Tomorrow - The CW - 8/7c

American Dad - TBS - 10/9c

Tuesday, 13

Shetland - BBC One - 9pm

The Bachelor Winter Games - ABC - 8/7c

Wednesday, 14

This Close - Sundance Now

Refuge - Audience

The Pitch - Audience

Thursday, 15

Re:Mind - Netflix

Stargate Origins - Stargate Command

Friday, 16

Everything Sucks! - Netflix

First Team: Juventus FC - Netflix

Mozart in the Jungle - Amazon

Saturday, 17

Wedding March 3: Here Comes the Bride - Hallmark - 9/8c

Sunday, 18

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale - Netflix

When Calls the Heart - Hallmark - 9/8c

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver - HBO - 11/10c

Monday, 19

X Company - Ovation - 10/9c

Tuesday, 20

Death Row Chronicles - BET - 10/9c

Friday, 23

Marseille - Netflix

Seven Seconds - Netflix

The Tick - Amazon

Ugly Delicious - Netflix

Saturday, 24

Royal Hearts - Hallmark - 9/8c

Sunday, 25

Liberty - DR1

Riot - ABC Australia

Ash vs Evil Dead - Starz - 9/8c

The Walking Dead - AMC - 9/8c

Talking Dead - AMC - 10/9c

Comic Book Men - AMC - 12/11c

Mr. Pickles - Adult Swim - 12/11c

Monday, 26

Ackley Bridge - Acorn TV

The Voice - NBC - 8/7c

iZombie - The CW - 9/8c

Living Biblically - CBS - 9:30/8:30c

Good Girls - NBC - 10/9c

McMafia - AMC - 10/9c

Shoot the Messenger - WGN America - 10/9c

UnREAL - Lifetime - 10/9c

Final Space - TBS - 10:30/9:30c

Tuesday, 27

The Voice - NBC - 8/7c

Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. - USA - 10/9c

Wednesday, 28

The Looming Tower - Hulu

Survivor - CBS - 8/7c

Frontiersmen - History - 9/8c

Designated Survivor - ABC - 10/9c


Bite Club - Nine Network

Bliss - Sky Atlantic

Collateral - BBC Two

Mr. Inbetween - Foxel

The Man in the High Castle - Amazon

Trauma - ITV
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Pesky Therizinosaurus
Oct 25, 2017
A.P. Bio - NBC (Feb 1)

When disgraced Harvard philosophy scholar Jack Griffin loses out on his dream job, he is forced to return to Toledo, Ohio, and work as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher. As he comes crashing in to Whitlock High School, Jack makes it absolutely clear he will not be teaching any biology. Realizing he has a room full of honor roll students at his disposal, Jack decides instead to use the kids for his own benefit. Eager to prove that he is still king of the castle, Principal Durbin struggles to control the force of nature that is Jack Griffin.

Absentia - Amazon (Feb 2)

Absentia centers on FBI agent Emily Byrne. While hunting one of Boston's most notorious serial killers, Agent Byrne disappears without a trace and is declared dead. Six years later, Emily is found in a cabin in the woods, barely alive, and with no memory of the years she was missing. Returning home to learn her husband has remarried and her son is being raised by another woman, she soon finds herself implicated in a new series of murders.

Altered Carbon - Netflix (Feb 2)

Based on the classic cyberpunk noir novel by Richard K. Morgan, 'Altered Carbon' is an intriguing story of murder, love, sex, and betrayal, set more than 300 years in the future. Society has been transformed by new technology: consciousness can be digitized; human bodies are interchangeable; death is no longer permanent. Takeshi Kovacs is the lone surviving soldier in a group of elite interstellar warriors who were defeated in an uprising against the new world order. His mind was imprisoned, "on ice", for centuries until Laurens Bancroft, an impossibly wealthy, long-lived man, offers Kovacs the chance to live again. In exchange, Kovacs has to solve a murder ... that of Bancroft himself.

Coach Snoop - Netflix (Feb 2)

'Coach Snoop' follows the legendary rapper outside the studio and on the field, as he coaches a team of teenagers in the Snoop Youth Football League. The eight-episode season offers an intimate look at Snoop and the players as they chase a championship and deal with adversity off the field.

Crawford - CBC (Feb 2)

When raccoons invade the world’s most functioning dysfunctional family’s home, they help breathe life and new meaning into the odd behaviours of the family.

Fly Guys - Facebook Watch (Feb 2)

The non-scripted ten-episode series will follow an all-star crew of Europe's most talented acrobats and professional stunt performers, and will highlight their challenges and successes as they design, build, and execute gravity defying over-the-top physical performances in stunning locations throughout Eastern Europe.

Her Stolen Past - LMN (Feb 2)

John Hopkin's medical student Sonya Daniels is shocked when she returns home and finds the birth certificate of a kidnapped baby hidden in her late mother's closet. What was her parents' connection to the missing little girl and could her mother's murder somehow be connected? Determined to unravel the mystery and find her mother's killer, Sonya hires private detective Brandon Hayes to help her investigate. But Sonya doesn't realize how disturbing the answers she's looking for will be.

A Lifetime Movie Network Production.

#Metoo, Now What? - PBS (Feb 2)

The half-hour series aims to go beyond the headlines about sexual harassment and will ask how we got here and how we as a society moves forward.

The Trade - Showtime (Feb 2)

From Columbus, Ohio to Guerrero, Mexico and countless cities in between, the opioid epidemic has ravaged communities on both sides of the border. But what about the lives behind the headlines and statistics? The timely, provocative new five-episode Showtime docu-series 'The Trade' spotlights the crisis through the eyes of those most affected: the growers, addicts, cartel bosses and law enforcement hopelessly caught in its web.

Directed and executive produced by Matthew Heineman ('Cartel Land').

Strike Back - Cinemax (Feb 2)

Disavowed and disbanded, Section 20 is restored to track down a notorious terrorist after a brutal prison break. Tasked with covert military intelligence and high-risk operations, the resurrected Section 20 embarks on a lethal manhunt that will uncover a vast web of interconnected criminal activity. As the team journeys across the Middle East and Europe, it uncovers a deadly conspiracy that threatens to change the face of modern warfare forever.

2 Dope Queens - HBO (Feb 2)

The hit comedy podcast '2 Dope Queens', featuring Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson, comes to HBO in the form of four themed hour-long specials. Directed by Tig Notaro ('One Mississippi'), guests include Uzo Aduba ('Orange Is the New Black'), Tituss Burgess ('Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'), Sarah Jessica Parker ('Sex and the City') and Jon Stewart ('The Daily Show').

Launched in 2016, '2 Dope Queens' is a weekly standup and storytelling podcast that features Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson, along with their friends and favorite comedians, talking about sex, romance, race, hair journeys, living in New York and Billy Joel.

The Simone Biles Story - Lifetime (Feb 3)

Based on her book, 'Courage to Soar: A Body in Motion, A Life in Balance,' 'The Simone Biles Story' follows Simone Biles through the sacrifices and hard work that led her to win 19 Olympic and World Championship medals and ultimately cemented her stake as one of the greatest gymnasts of all time. After a field trip to a gymnastics training center when Simone was six years old, she caught the eye of a local coach who recognized that Simone had a remarkable gift for the sport. But pursuing her dream of becoming an elite gymnast also meant giving up high school football games, prom or starting college at UCLA. With her parents Ron and Nellie Biles and younger sister Adria supporting her every step of the way, Simone's journey from foster care to the Olympic podium - with all of its triumphs and heartbreaks - can serve as an inspiration for every little girl with a dream.

A Lifetime Channel Original Movie.

Queer Eye - Netflix (Feb 7)

It’s been fifteen years since the Emmy Award-winning series 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' revolutionized reality television. The series returns to Netflix and is going global, introducing audiences around the world to a modern aesthetic, diverse perspective and a brand new Fab Five: Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming) and Tan France (Fashion).

This season 'Queer Eye' trades its original New York setting for communities in and around Atlanta, Georgia. Our new Fab Five will forge relationships with men and women from a wide array of backgrounds and beliefs often contrary to their own, touching on everything from LGBTQ rights and social commentary to how to make the best farm-to-table guacamole and more!

The System with Joe Berlinger - Sundance Now (Feb 8)

Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Joe Berlinger shines a broad light on the American criminal justice system in this eight-part Sundance Now exclusive docuseries where he examines troubling cases that challenge the effectiveness of mandatory sentencing, explore the controversy surrounding the role of parole boards, and efforts of convicted people - claiming innocence - to vindicate themselves of their accused crimes. Raising riveting questions about innocence and guilt, these disputed cases often end in surprising outcomes. Has the vaunted system of US justice triumphed or failed for the incarcerated in question?

Grand Prix Driver - Amazon (Feb 9)

The series goes inside the highly secretive world of Formula 1 by offering never-before-granted access to the inner workings of the McLaren team, one of the most successful teams in motor racing history. After two tough years at the back of the grid, McLaren is hopeful that this is the year they will be back on the podium, and they have promoted rookie driver Stoffel Vandoorne alongside two-time world champion Fernando Alonso to work towards this goal. 'Grand Prix Driver' will take viewers through Vandoorne's first few months with McLaren-Honda, including his grueling training regime, the highly anticipated launch of the new 2017 car and testing at Barcelona.

Very, Very, Valentine - Hallmark (Feb 10)

Helen works in a flower shop, and her best friend Henry works at the botanical gardens. When they both go to a masquerade gala, she mistakes a masked man for Henry but he's nowhere to be found, and the same masked man ends up enchanting Helen all evening. But in true Cinderella-like fashion, he rushes off after the clock chimes, dropping his boutonniere. Love-struck, Helen recognizes the rose he was wearing as one she crossbred and the next day she learns that Charles Bradfield got it at her shop. To Henry's dismay, Helen and Charles begin dating until she finds out he plans to turn the botanical gardens into condos. With his job in jeopardy, and heartbroken as well, Henry decides to leave. He's always been in love with Helen and when she finally admits she feels the same, he's already taken a job in Arizona. Finding solace in her work, Helen is asked to deliver flowers to a man at the botanical gardens and is met with the most romantic surprise of her life.

A Hallmark Channel Original Movie.

Behind the Movement - TV One (Feb 11)

The TV One Original Film features the actual bus where Rosa Parks' refusal to give up her bus seat to a white passenger on December 1, 1955 spiraled into the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott. The made-for-television movie honors the contributions of many unsung heroes in the Civil Rights struggle and recounts the meticulous planning and preparation that took place during three intense days between the fateful evening when Parks was arrested for "breaking the law" to the launch of this significant protest.

Our Cartoon President - Showtime (Feb 11)

Executive produced by Stephen Colbert and his 'Late Show' executive producer, Chris Licht, this new 10-episode parody will follow the tru-ish misadventures of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, and his merry band of advisors and family members.

In this parallel cartoon universe, the Commander-in-Chief opens the White House doors for an "all access" look at a typical day in the life of the President of the United States. 'Our Cartoon President' examines the quintessentially Trumpian details of the presidency and his most important relationships, and no one is safe - from his close family and confidants to key political figures from both parties and members of the media.


Pesky Therizinosaurus
Oct 25, 2017
Here and Now - HBO (Feb 11)

From Alan Ball ('Six Feet Under'), the show is a provocative and darkly comic meditation on the disparate forces polarizing present-day American culture, as experienced by the members of a progressive multi-ethnic family - a philosophy professor and his wife, their adopted children from Vietnam, Liberia and Colombia, and their sole biological child - and a contemporary Muslim family, headed by a psychiatrist who is treating one of their children.

Private Eyes - ION (Feb 11)

'Private Eyes' follows ex-pro hockey player Matt Shade, who irrevocably changes his life when he decides to team up with fierce P.I. Angie Everett to form an unlikely investigative powerhouse. Through their new partnership, Shade is forced to examine who he has become and who he wants to be while investigating high-stakes crimes.

This Close - Sundance Now (Feb 14)

'This Close,' created, written, and starring Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman, both deaf actors, explores the relationship between best friends Kate, who is newly engaged, and Michael, who is attempting to move on from his ex-fiancé.

Re:Mind - Netflix (Feb 15)

Eleven high school classmates awaken, restrained to a large dining room. While fearing for their lives, they question a motive to this bizarre act.

Stargate Origins - Stargate Command (Feb 15)

'Stargate Origins' is a premium digital series that will explore a brand-new chapter in Catherine Langford's early history surrounding the extraordinary portal. The series embarks on a journey that sets young Catherine on the way to helping unlock the secrets of an ancient technology that could change the very course of humanity.

Everything Sucks! - Netflix (Feb 16)

A quirky, funny coming of age story that follows two groups of high school misfits, Everything Sucks! follows an A/V club and a Drama club who collide in 1996 Oregon.

First Team: Juventus FC - Netflix (Feb 16)

Netflix will follow the most compelling stories and characters in the club during the 2017-2018 season, spending time with the players both on and off the field, on the road, at home and wherever it takes to capture in depth the real lives that make Juventus one of the most fascinating teams in the world. Fans and supporters worldwide will have access to the club's "behind the scenes" and will feel closer than ever not only to the club that has won six straight league titles, but also to some of the greatest footballers such as the legend Alessandro Del Piero, players like Federico Bernardeschi, Giorgio Chiellini, Douglas Costa, Gonzalo Higuaín, Claudio Marchisio, Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani, the captain Gianluigi Buffon and the coach Massimiliano Allegri.

'First team: Juventus FC' will give audiences a profound understanding of the players, the coaches and management of the club on a deeply personal level discovering the men under the jersey.

Wedding March 3: Here Comes the Bride - Hallmark (Feb 17)

Former college sweethearts Olivia and Mick's plans for a relaxing Valentine's Day together change when they learn that Mick's sister Bonnie, Mick's daughter Julie, Julie's boyfriend Wyatt, Olivia's mother Nora and Nora's boyfriend Johnny are all coming for a weekend at the Inn.

Their visitors bring surprises as well: Bonnie reveals she is engaged and after just eight months with Sean, and Julie announces she's decided to drop out of college to pursue her passion for cooking. While Olivia plans a last-minute wedding for Bonnie and Sean, Mick expresses his concerns to both Bonnie about her distant fiancé, and to Julie about dropping out of college. Wyatt, too, is troubled by Julie's decision to leave college and the two have a fight that may end their relationship.

As the wedding approaches, Sean reveals a secret that may explain his behavior all weekend, Julie and Wyatt must decide if their relationship can work and Johnny has a surprise of his own in store. With all of the excitement surrounding Mick and Olivia, they always have each other for comfort and support.

A Hallmark Channel Original Movie.

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale - Netflix (Feb 18)

'The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale' is a new, weekly half-hour topical series that takes a sharp, absurdist look at pop culture and news from across the globe. It's a fast and funny distillation of everything people are talking about that week. Featuring celebrity guests, comedy sketches, and insane video clips from the worldwide realms of TV, sports, politics, celebrity culture, and every corner of the internet, The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale is destination viewing for comedy lovers, or people who just really, really like green screens.

Death Row Chronicles - BET (Feb 20)

While Death Row Records boasted the success of Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, and Dr. Dre forged by unmatched creativity, the chart-topping and record-breaking sales came at a bloody, controversial cost. Part true-crime murder mystery and part hip hop drama, this compelling docu-series will comb through mountains of misinformation, uncovering key evidence and witnesses who will reveal the truth about the bitter rivalries surrounding its legends. The limited series will also celebrate the groundbreaking music of Death Row, explain how it reflected society at the time, and how it influenced some of today's biggest hip hop artists. On the eve of the label's 25th anniversary, the series offers an unflinching look at the label and its legacy.

Seven Seconds - Netflix (Feb 23)

In an instant, life is forever changed for Brenton Butler and his family. After a white cop accidentally hits and critically injures a black teenager, a northeastern city explodes with racial tensions, an attempted cover up and its aftermath, and the trial of the century. From creator Veena Sud ('The Killing') comes 'Seven Seconds' - a thrilling new anthological crime drama that explores the human stories behind the headlines.

Ugly Delicious - Netflix (Feb 23)

From James Beard Award-Winning Chef David Chang and Academy Award-Winning Director Morgan Neville comes 'Ugly Delicious', a Netflix original documentary series that challenges both our taste buds and minds. Over eight episodes, David travels the world with writers and chefs, activists and artists, who use food as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers, tackle misconceptions and uncover shared experiences. 'Ugly Delicious' ventures out of polished kitchens into the wider world to explore Viet-Cajun cuisine in Houston, Neapolitan Pizza in Tokyo, home cooking in Copenhagen, and much more.

Royal Hearts - Hallmark (Feb 24)

Since the passing his wife, Hank Pavlik has made the ranch his only life. But when his daughter, Kelly Pavlik is met by a lawyer retained to locate her father, life is about to get interesting. Being that he is the last living relative, Hank has inherited the late King of Merania's throne - a responsibility that doesn't interest him. Reminding Hank that you don't turn your back on family, Kelly encourages him to stay because without a king Merania's independence is threatened by King Nikolas, the ruler of the neighboring country.

Meanwhile, Kelly has taken an interest in Alex, the adorable stable hand for the estate. When King Nikolas of Ambrosia comes to visit Kelly gets swept off her feet and while at the Royal Ball, King Nikolas surprises Kelly with a marriage proposal. After some investigating Alex discovers Ambrosia is broke. King Nikolas' proposal is simply a business transaction to acquire Merania's natural resources. Realizing an opportunity with King Nikolas' predicament, Hank devises a diplomatic solution that could both secure Merania's independence and the future of Ambrosia.

A Hallmark Channel Original Movie.

Liberty - DR1 (Feb 25)

Set in the 1980s in Tanzania, the character-driven drama focuses on two expat families, the Larssons from Sweden and Knudsens from Denmark. Parallel to the adult storyline, we follow the friendship between Christian, the rebellious teenage son in the Knudsen family and his friendship with Marcus, a local Tanzanian working as a helper at the Larssons. Cultural and social clashes, betrayal of principals, infidelity, greed and murder are some of the main themes in the first literary adaption of the last book in the ‘Africa Trilogy’ written by Danish author/journalist Jakob Ejersbo.

Riot - ABC Australia (Feb 25)

In 1978, when the push to decriminalize homosexuality has stalled, a group of activists decide they must make one final attempt to celebrate who they are. Led by former union boss, Lance Gowland, they get a police permit and spread the word. On a freezing winter’s night, they cloak themselves in fancy dress, join hands and parade down Oxford Street. But they have no idea that angry police lie in wait, and the courage they find that night will finally mobilize the nation.

Ackley Bridge - Acorn TV (Feb 26)

'Ackley Bridge' offers a character-driven, gritty, funny, truthful and mischievous look at the daily drama of the teachers, teenagers and families whose lives and cultures collide in a fictional 21st century Northern town. With the modern British family at its heart, the series explores its glorious dysfunctionality and provides an authentic account of the very real issues that emerge from a modern so called “community.” The series is set in Ackley Bridge, a Yorkshire town which has a large white community and a large Asian community—which don’t mix but now merge into one school. Will the new academy sink, swim … or implode?

Living Biblically - CBS (Feb 26)

Chip Curry is a modern-day man at a crossroads in his life who decides to live strictly in accordance with the Bible. As he begins his sincere spiritual journey toward a more moral life with the help of his wife and friends, Chip wonders if he'll be able to take a page - or every page - out of the Good Book, and if the effect will be of Biblical proportions.

Good Girls - NBC (Feb 26)

When three suburban moms get tired of trying to make ends meet, they decide it's time to stick up for themselves by robbing the local supermarket at (toy) gunpoint. But when the manager catches a glimpse of one of them and the loot is far more than they expected, it doesn't take long for the three best friends to realize the perfect getaway will be harder than they think.

McMafia - AMC (Feb 26

Alex Godman is the English-raised son of Russian exiles with a mafia history, who has spent his life trying to escape the shadow of that criminal past, building his own legitimate business and forging a life with his girlfriend Rebecca. But when his family's past murderously returns to threaten them, Alex is drawn into the criminal world and forced to confront his values to protect those he loves.

Shoot the Messenger - WGN America (Feb 26)

Centering on the complex relationships between crime reporters and the police, 'Shoot the Messenger' follows Daisy Channing, a young reporter trying to balance a messy personal life with a burgeoning career. Things begin to go sideways for Daisy when she witnesses a murder she thinks is gang related, only to find herself slowly drawn into an interconnected web of criminal and illicit sexual activity that reaches into the corridors of corporate and political power. It's the kind of news story that will destroy lives, including those of her own family.

Final Space - TBS (Feb 26)

'Final Space' is an epic animated sci-fi comedy about a spaceman named Gary who is working off a prison sentence and makes a mysterious new alien friend Mooncake who he immediately bonds with. But what Gary doesn't know is that his adorable new sidekick is actually wanted by the sinister Lord Commander who will stop at nothing to use Mooncake's untapped powers for evil.

Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. - USA (Feb 27)

A true crime anthology series that chronicles the dual police investigations of Detective Greg Kading and Detective Russell Poole into the controversial murders of two of the rap industry's most legendary players, Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.

The Looming Tower - Hulu (Feb 28)

Based on the Pulitzer-Prize winning book, 'The Looming Tower' traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the late 1990s and how the rivalry between the FBI and CIA during that time may have inadvertently set the path for the tragedy of 9/11. The series follows members of the I-49 Squad in New York and Alec Station in Washington, D.C., the counter-terrorism divisions of the FBI and CIA, respectively, as they travel the world fighting for ownership of information while seemingly working toward the same goal - trying to prevent an imminent attack on U.S. soil.

Frontiersmen - History (Feb 28)

The eight-hour documentary series will follow the stories of iconic pioneers such as Daniel Boone, Lewis & Clark, Tecumseh, Davy Crocket and Andrew Jackson as they set forth across untamed land. 'Frontiersmen' will span a formative period of American history - the first 75 years from the post-revolutionary war colonies through the California Gold Rush. The series will show how the frontier helped shape us from colonists into today's Americans.

Bite Club - Nine Network (TBD)

Dominic Monaghan plays a troubled police officer and dog handler in this unconventional police procedural, in which ex-lovers who survive a terrifying shark attack are thrown together by fate to hunt down murderers. Monaghan's character, Stephen Lamb, grew up in an abusive family, was chained to a dog and bitten as a child, and as a result has developed a serious psychosexual perversion that will play out across the series.

Collateral - BBC Two (TBD)

In South London a young man, Abdullah Asif, is shot dead delivering a pizza.

The detective in charge, DI Kip Glaspie, quickly discovers that the pizza manager Laurie Stone, inexplicably sent Syrian refugee Abdullah instead of regular driver Mikey Gowans.

The killing seems professional, but the only witness - a young woman strung out on drugs on the street corner - gives the police a false name and address.

Kip and her partner Nathan track down Abdullah's home, a set of garages, to find his sisters, Fatima and Mona. The sisters are scared and Kip’s convinced they’re hiding something.

Meanwhile Mikey takes a beating from two men he tries to warn about the police investigation. And manageress Laurie returns home to care for her ageing mum... unaware that two shady figures are watching her every move.

Trauma - ITV (TBD)

A tense, edge-of-your-seat thriller from Mike Bartlett, creator of smash hit 'Doctor Foster', 'Trauma' centres on two fathers, Dan and Jon, whose very different lives collide when Dan’s teenage son tragically dies under the care of trauma consultant Jon in a Central London hospital


The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
Toronto, Canada
Here and Now - I'll give Ball a shot
Everything Sucks! - 90's Freaks and Geeks?

There are a couple of others I might be interested in though. Not to mention any returning shows I'll be watching.


Oct 25, 2017
Excellent thread work!

It's a fairly light month for me until the back half is just an onslaught.

I thought I'd missed a season on UnREAL, passed me by that it went on hiatus for nearly two years. Last season didn't end particularly strong, but I'm curious to see what's next.

For new shows, Altered Carbon, Here and Now, and The Looming Tower have me the most interested! Everything Sucks! hopefully has potential.


Oct 25, 2017
Wow, Talk Show The Game Show got renewed? I thought for sure that show was dead.

As for my watchlist
  • AP Bio
  • Impractical Jokers
  • Talk Show The Game Show
  • Absentia
  • Altered Carbon
  • The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale
  • Living Biblically
  • Good Girls
  • Final Space


Oct 25, 2017
Think I'll give AP Bio, Altered Carbon, and Here and Now a shot. I've heard AP Bio is surprisingly crazy from someone who worked on it.

Collateral could be interesting when/if it comes to the US.


Oct 27, 2017
Survivor and The Walking Dead when it returns, although I can't say I've missed it or that I'm looking forward to its return. I've just been watching it since the beginning, so to speak.

I didn't know about AP Bio until I saw a preview for it, and I like the lead so I'll give it a shot too.


Oct 25, 2017
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
American Dad
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
The Walking Dead

Death Row Chronicles - BET (Feb 20)
This is the first I've heard of it. I always found everything surrounding that time to be really fascinating so I'll be sure to keep it on my radar.


Oct 25, 2017
Thanks for the thread, Ratsky. FWIW I kind of like the monthly format, which seems to make it easier to digest what's coming soon without being too overwhelmed by the number of shows. :p


Oct 25, 2017
I am 100% on board for Altered Carbon, just about finished the first book and will probably binge the series then read books 2 & 3. Really enjoying book 1 so far, its a lot more violent and "sex filled" than I thought it would be, gonna be interesting to see how that translates to the screen. Its supposed to be Netflix's most expensive TV show to date, I think?

Other than that nothing really pops out that much, Stargate Origins looks like it'll be a massive dumpster fire as a huge Stargate fan :(


Oct 25, 2017
Will watch:
Here and Now - I wasn't sure, but the trailers enticed me. I'll give it a go.
Liberty - Mikael Marcimain can do no wrong, so even if I have to put up with the Danish language it will (hopefully) be worth the effort.
Riot - I don't know much about Australian LGBTQ history, so learning about what seems to be their counterpart to Stonewall is an intriguing prospect.
McMafia - Whenever Amazon releases it from its clutches, it reviewed very well in the UK.
Collateral David Hare did some astounding work with the Worricker Trilogy, so he has my attention for the forseeable future. That he managed to assemble an (almost) equally bonkers cast for this is just a bonus. Carey Mulligan is a delight in everything she is in.

Might watch:
Altered Carbon - I'm not convinced by the trailers, and the lead writer has done some astonishing stinkers. But I do like me some cyberpunk.
Crawford - If it reviews well.
Seven Seconds - If it reviews well.
The Looming Tower - I'm just not sure just how much I actually want to watch a prestige drama about 9/11.

Jesus Christ How Could I Not Watch This:
Bite Club - pls, just be as weird, bonkers, and terrible as the synopsis hints at it possibly being.


Oct 25, 2017
Altered Carbon
Channel Zero:Butcher's Block
Legends of Tomorrow

And I might give Re:Mind a shot though I'm not expecting much.


Nov 1, 2017
Northen Beaches
Top marks for thread.

Few new thing of interest (thanks Netflix);
  • Altered Carbon
  • The Joel McHale Show
  • Seven Seconds
  • Will watch that Juve Netflix thing. Will they have the cameras on when the mighty Tottenham Hotspurs send them packing out of the CL?
Picking back up
  • Picking Last Week Tonight back up.
  • Might wait till Legends of Tomorrow comes to US Netflix despite watching half the season already.
Quit my streaming service that has Ash vs Evil Dead and that was going to air The Trade. Feel I can live without those.

Already watching McMafia on iPlayer- it's good but am a couple of eps behind and not sure when will pick it back up.

Mrs Miso is the Homeland fan. Might just not tell her it's back. Last season wasn't terrible but that's the nicest thing I can say about it. Still mad after the S1 cop out. But have come this far. When will it get put out of it's (and my) misery.


The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
TWD - Out of habit mostly, waiting patiently to see Carol kill more people and watch
Coral die.
Homeland - I'm thinking this and Shameless should end after one more season.
Altered Carbon - I'm not crazy over this, but I'll give it a go since it has Holder in it.

Current shows:
Dark - Love this show! It's like The Killing had a baby with Stranger Things.
The X-Files - I'm mostly watching for nostalgia and Mitch Pileggi.


Oct 25, 2017
Excited for the return of one of my favorites iZombie! I think the only other returning show debuting this month that I watch is UnReal and I'm on the fence about whether I will be back for that one. I think I will try Altered Carbon, Here and Now and Seven Seconds as far as new shows go. Otherwise, just continuing to watch the stuff I've been watching.


Oct 25, 2017
Damnit I haven't even caught up from January yet lol like that was ever going to happen. Thanks again, time to comb through all this and find stuff I have no time to watch.


Oct 25, 2017
Once again, thanks for this wonderful thread and the hard work put into it.

One definite watch is surely gonna be Altered Carbon. I'll go through the list later to pick up on anything interesting.

Oh, First team: Juventus FC is a thing by Netflix. I guess I'll watch that. I'm surely no Juventus fan, but it's football so it's interesting. And Higuaín is still there.


Oct 25, 2017
New Shows:

A.P. Bio
Altered Carbon
Grand Prix Driver
First Team: Juventus FC

Returning Shows:
Legends of Tomorrow

Agents of SHIELD
The Grand Tour
The Mick
Black Lightning
The Flash
Assassination of Gianni Versace
The Detour

Also, I didn't know there was a show with my username. There is no connection.


The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
What I'm Currently Watching:
Agents of SHIELD
Good Place (which ends on Thursday)
Bobs Burgers
The Simpsons
Family Guy
Last Man on Earth

Might Watch:
AP Bio (if the first few episodes are good, I'll stick with it)
The Voice (if I'm bored)


Oct 28, 2017
So what's the deal with the returning Strike Back? Is any of the behind the scenes team the same? The action and stunts on the last series were amazing, I would be in for more if they were at all related.

Edit:slightly answering my own question, it appears at least some of the crew is the same... I can't quite tell to what extent. Any further info/articles would be appreciated.
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Dec 7, 2017
Definitely Altered Carbon

Maybe McMafia, Strike Back and the two new animated series.

Probably it few new shows.


Oct 27, 2017
Also finally started the Americans, it’s a bit over the top, but it’s a spy show so it has to be :P


Pesky Therizinosaurus
Oct 25, 2017
So what's the deal with the returning Strike Back? Is any of the behind the scenes team the same? The action and stunts on the last series were amazing, I would be in for more if they were at all related.

Edit:slightly answering my own question, it appears at least some of the crew is the same... I can't quite tell to what extent. Any further info/articles would be appreciated.
I don't know the extent of it, just that some of the same writers are working on it.

As someone that felt kind of burned by season two, how was season three?
Excellent. Easily better than season two, which wasn't very good and had me feeling kind of 'over' the show.


Community Resettler
Oct 25, 2017
Great idea to go monthly RatskyWatsky

Haven't been watching much lately, but I'm looking to getting started on S2 of The Expanse.
Oct 28, 2017
You're not the first community to have the idea of a monthly thread, though.
Plus this thread has a lot more relevant information in it, thanks for the info OP.

Hoping to watch Altered Carbon depending on the backlog, and maybe keep an eye out for Collateral.

Another series I've spotted that I didn't see above is called Requiem, BBC One starting this Friday and it's supposed to go up on netflix at some point as well.
"This supernatural chiller, taking inspiration from psychological horror films of the 1960s and ‘70s such as Rosemary’s Baby and Don’t Look Now, tells the story of a brilliant young cellist Matilda Gray (Lydia Wilson), whose world is turned upside down following her mother’s sudden suicide. Grief-stricken Matilda begins to question her identity when she discovers evidence in her mother’s possessions that link her to a young girl who went missing from a small Welsh village more than 20 years ago."


Oct 27, 2017
Nice list in the first post, I hope that the new Strike Back will be awesome like the old one(s).


Oct 28, 2017
I remember enjoying season 1 of divorce and thinking it was petty good. Season 2 has been absolutely terrible thus far.