2022 TV premiere dates, from 'House of the Dragon' to The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power'

Erin Jensen
USA TODAY

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In the coming months there are plenty of shows to get excited about, including the debut of spinoff series like "Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin" and "House of the Dragon" and "Selling The OC" (in August). September sees the long-awaited premiere of "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power."

The summer TV schedule also features a limited series chronicling the bouts of boxer Mike Tyson in and outside of the ring. Steve Carell pays therapist to a serial killer who's holding him captive in "The Patient," from the creators of FX's "The Americans."

So prepare to find your way to that comfy (and hopefully cool!) spot on your couch. Our calendar of major highlights ensures you won't miss the return of your favorite series or the start of a new show you'll fall in love with. (All times EDT/PDT.) 

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July 22

"Trying" (Apple TV+, Fridays)

July 27

"Dream Home Makeover" (Netflix) 

"High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” (Disney+)

"Light & Magic" (Disney+): Viewers go inside Lucasfilm's visual effects, animation and virtual production departments.

July 28

"Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin" (HBO Max): A new group of teens are being threatened by an anonymous villain in this "Pretty Little Liars" spinoff.

July 29

"Paper Girls" (Amazon Prime): A group of 12-year-old girls delivering newspapers  are unexpectedly thrust into the future, where they meet their adult selves.

July 31

"City on a Hill" (Showtime, Sundays at 10)

Aug. 3

"Reservation Dogs" (Hulu, Wednesdays)

Tom Sturridge as Dream in Netflix's "The Sandman."

Aug. 5

"The Sandman" (Netflix): Tom Sturridge stars as the Sandman,  who's been in captivity for more than 100 years. To correct the madness during his imprisonment he must travel across time and different worlds. 

"The Outlaws" (Amazon Prime Video)

Aug. 12

"Never Have I Ever" (Netflix)

“Five Days at Memorial” (Apple TV+, Fridays): The limited series captures the days at a hospital in New Orleans following 2005's life-altering Hurricane Katrina.

Aug. 14

“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” (Starz, Sundays at 9)

Aug. 15

"Legacy: The True Story of the L.A. Lakers" (Hulu): Players, coaches and executives were interviewed for the 10-episode docuseries that follows the team with 17 championship titles. 

Aug. 19

"Bad Sisters" (Apple TV+, Fridays): The Ireland-set series follows fiercely loyal sisters who've suffered the loss of their parents.

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Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen in HBO's upcoming "Game of Thrones" prequel, "House of the Dragon."

Aug. 21

"House of the Dragon" (HBO, Sundays): The prequel to HBO's hit "Game of Thrones” centers on the House Targaryen.

Aug. 22

"Kevin Can F**K Himself" (AMC, Mondays at 9): Second and final season.

Aug. 24

"Selling The OC" (Netflix): The Oppenheim Group (at the center of the streaming service's "Selling Sunset") has opened an office in Orange County with a new group of realtors.

"Archer" (FXX, Wednesdays at 10)

Trevante Rhodes as legendary boxer Mike Tyson in Hulu's limited series "Mike."

Aug. 25

"The End is Nye" (Peacock): Bill Nye walks viewers through global catastrophes and explains how it's possible to weather the events and thwart them.

"Mike" (Hulu): A limited series about the life of boxing legend Mike Tyson, portrayed by Trevante Rhodes. 

Aug. 26

"See" (Apple TV+, Fridays): The final season of this epic starring Jason Momoa.

Aug. 30

"The Patient" (Hulu, Tuesdays): Serial killer Sam Fortner (Domhnall Gleeson) holds his therapist (Steve Carell) hostage in hopes his counselor can keep him from killing again.

Aug. 31

"DC's Stargirl" (CW, Wednesdays at 8)

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Sept. 2

"The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power" (Amazon Prime): Predating "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings" by millennia, this new drama centers on "an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth." 

Sept. 8

"The Good Fight" (Paramount+): The final season

Sept. 9

"Gutsy" (Apple TV+): Mother-daughter duo Hillary Rodham and Chelsea Clinton speak with the courageous women they find inspiring, like Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, Kim Kardashian and Megan Thee Stallion.

Sept. 11

"Monarch" (Fox, Sunday at 8 EDT/5 PDT, then Tuesdays at 9): Susan Sarandon and Trace Adkins star as country music royalty whose daughter, Nicky Roman (Anna Friel), is dead set on preserving her parents' reputation. 

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Sept. 12

“The Jennifer Hudson Show” (syndicated; check local listings): The "American Idol" alum and EGOT holder will host an hour-long daytime talk program.

Sept. 14

"The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu) 

Sept. 18

"The U.S. and the Holocaust" PBS, nightly Sept. 18-20 at 8): The three-part documentary directed by Ken Burns explores the context in which Hitler came to power.

Sept. 19

"9-1-1" (Fox, Mondays at 8)

"The Neighborhood" (CBS, Mondays at 8)

"The Voice" (NBC, Mondays and Tuesdays at 8)

"Bob ♥ Abishola" (CBS, Mondays at 8:30)

"The Cleaning Lady" (Fox, Mondays at 9)

"NCIS" (CBS, Mondays at 9)

"NCIS: Hawai'i" (CBS, Mondays at 10)

"Quantum Leap" (NBC, Mondays at 10): In this reboot of the 1989-1993 series, a physicist travels back in time via the Quantum Leap accelerator.

Sept. 20

"The Resident" (Fox, Tuesdays at 8)

"FBI" (CBS, Tuesdays at 8)

"FBI: International" (CBS, Tuesdays at 9)

"FBI: Most Wanted" (CBS, Tuesdays at 10)

"New Amsterdam" (NBC, Tuesdays at 10)

Quinta Brunson as second grade teacher Janine Teagues in "Abbott Elementary."

Sept. 21

"Chicago Med" (NBC, Wednesdays at 8)

"The Conners” (ABC, Wednesdays at 8)

"The Masked Singer" (Fox, Wednesdays at 8)

"Survivor" (CBS, Wednesdays at 8)

"The Goldbergs” (ABC, Wednesdays at 8:30)

"Abbott Elementary" (ABC, Wednesdays at 9) 

"Chicago Fire" (NBC, Wednesdays at 9)

"Home Economics" (ABC, Wednesdays at 9:30)

"The Amazing Race" (CBS, Wednesdays at 10) 

"Big Sky" (ABC, Wednesdays at 10)

"Chicago P.D." (NBC, Wednesdays at 10)

Sept. 22

"The Kardashians" (Hulu)

"Law & Order" (NBC, Thursdays at 8)

"Law & Order: SVU" (NBC, Thursdays at 9)

"Law & Order: Organized Crime" (NBC, Thursdays at 10)

Sept. 23

"Shark Tank" (ABC, Fridays at 8)

Sept. 25

“Celebrity Jeopardy!” (ABC, Sundays at 8): Famous contestants compete in the brainy battle for their chosen charity.

"The Simpsons" (Fox, Sundays at 8)

"The Great North" (Fox, Sundays at 8:30)

“Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (ABC, Sundays at 9) 

"Bob's Burgers" (Fox, Sundays at 9)

“The Rookie” (ABC, Sundays at 10)

Nathan Fillion and Eric Winter in a scene from ABC's "The Rookie."

Sept. 27

"Bachelor in Paradise" (ABC, Tuesdays at 8, and Mondays at 8 beginning Oct. 3)

"La Brea" (NBC, Tuesdays at 9)

"The Rookie: Feds" (ABC, Tuesdays at 10): Niecy Nash-Betts stars in “The Rookie” spinoff as Simone Clark, the FBI Academy's oldest newbie.

Sept. 29

"Hell's Kitchen" (Fox, Thursdays at 8)

"Young Sheldon" (CBS, Thursdays at 8)

"Ghosts" (CBS, Thursdays at 8:30)

"So Help Me Todd" (CBS, Thursdays at 9):  An unlikely duo – straight-laced lawyer Margaret Wright (Marcia Gay Harden) and her play-it-loose, struggling private eye son Todd Wright (Skylar Astin) – team up at her law firm.

"Welcome to Flatch" (Fox, Thursdays at 9)

"Call Me Kat" (Fox, Thursdays at 9:30)

"CSI: Vegas" (CBS, Thursdays at 10)

Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin in a scene from CBS' "So Help Me Todd."

Oct. 2

"The Equalizer" (CBS, Sundays at 9)

"East New York" (CBS, Sundays at 9): Amanda Warren stars as recently promoted deputy inspector Regina Haywood, who  has to convince her force to give her their respect. Jimmy Smits also stars. 

Oct. 3

"The Good Doctor" (ABC, Mondays at 10)

Oct. 5

"The Real Love Boat" (CBS, Wednesdays at 9): The dating show, inspired by the former Aaron Spelling comedy, takes place on Princess Cruises, with real crew members, and pairs singles for dates and challenges. One couple will be awarded a cash prize. 

Oct. 6

“Station 19” (ABC, Thursdays at 8)

“Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC, Thursdays at 9)

"Walker Independence" (CW, Thursdays at 9): The prequel tells the story of Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara), a well-to-do Bostonian who relocates to Independence, Texas, after witnessed the killing of her husband. 

“Alaska Daily” (ABC, Thursdays at 10): Oscar winner Hilary Swank portrays embattled journalist Eileen Fitzgerald, who flees New York to start over at a newspaper in Anchorage.

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Oct. 7

"S.W.A.T." (CBS, Fridays at 8)

"Fire Country" (CBS, Fridays at 9): The new drama focuses on the recently released convict Bode Donovan (Max Thieriot), who shortened his sentence by agreeing to join firefighters as they battle raging Northern California wildfires. 

"Blue Bloods" (CBS, Fridays at 10)

Oct. 9

"NCIS: Los Angeles" (CBS, Sundays at 10)

Oct. 10

"All American" (CW, Mondays at 8)

"All American: Homecoming" (CW, Mondays at 9)

Oct. 11

"The Winchesters" (CW, Tuesdays at 8): The "Supernatural" prequel focuses on the parents of Sam and Dean Winchester, played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, respectively, in the series, which ended a 15-year run in 2020. Ackles serves as narrator for the new show, depicting the love story of John Winchester (Drake Rodger) and Mary Campbell (Meg Donnelly).

"Professionals" (CW, Tuesdays at 9): "Smallville" star Tom Welling returns to CW in this series as Vincent Corbo, a security operative employed by rocket designer Peter Swann (Brendan Fraser).

Nov. 4

"Lopez vs. Lopez" (NBC, Fridays at 8) Comedian George Lopez stars in a family-focused series "about dysfunction, reconnection and all the pain and joy in between." 

"Young Rock" (NBC, Fridays at 8:30)

Sylvester Stallone stars in "Tulsa King."

Nov. 13

"Tulsa King" (Paramount +): Sylvester Stallone stars as a recently released mobster, Dwight “The General” Manfredi, setting up a business in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Seeking to distance himself from the mob, he recruits a group to build a new operation.

Earlier 2022 premieres:

April 1

"Get Organized with the Home Edit" (Netflix)

"The Outlaws" (Amazon Prime): A group of lawbreakers are tasked with overhauling a community center as part of their community service sentence in the series that is part comedy, part thriller.

"Slow Horses" (Apple TV+): In the six-part drama, Gary Oldman portrays the leader of a group of British intelligence officers who've been banned to a dumping ground for agents due to missteps.

Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden in a scene from Apple TV+'s “Slow Horses.”

April 4

"Benjamin Franklin (PBS, Monday at Tuesday at 8): Directed by famed documentarian Ken Burns, the two-part series chronicles the founding father's life and contributions.

April 8

"A Black Lady Sketch Show" (HBO, Fridays at 11)

"Woke" (Hulu)

April 10

"61st Street" (AMC, Sundays at 10): The Chicago-set drama stars Courtney B. Vance and Oscar nominee Aunjanue Ellis and follows the cascading consequences of a drug bust gone wrong that leaves a police officer dead and a star Black high school athlete the target of the deeply broken criminal justice system.

Courtney B. Vance as Franklin Roberts and Aunjanue Ellis as Martha Roberts in "61st Street."

April 13

"The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On" (Netflix): The new series centers on six couples, in which one partner is ready to wed, while the other is hesitant. By the end of the season, shoot, they must decide to walk down the aisle or part ways

April 14

"The Kardashians" (Hulu, Thursdays): Momager Kris Jenner and her brood of businesswomen – Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner – return from a short break from reality television with a new series that promises "an all access pass into their lives." 

April 15

"Roar" (Apple TV+): Each episode in the eight-part series tells the story of "what it means to be a woman today." Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Issa Rae, Merritt Wever and Alison Brie star.  

April 17

"The First Lady" (Showtime, Sundays at 9): Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson take on historic American women in this time-jumping drama that offers a portrait of three strong-willed first ladies: Michelle Obama, Betty Ford and Eleanor Roosevelt, respectively.  

April 18

"Better Call Saul" (AMC, Mondays at 9): The final season.

April 19 

Mayans M.C. (FX, Tuesdays at 10)

April 20

"Russian Doll" (Netflix)

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April 21

"The Flight Attendant" (HBO Max, Thursdays): Season 2 of Kaley Cuoco's comedic thriller. 

April 22

"They Call Me Magic" (Apple TV+): The docuseries traces the life of NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

"Selling Sunset" (Netflix)

April 24

"Barry" (HBO, Sundays at 10): The long-delayed third season.

"Gaslit" (Starz, Sundays at 9): Sean Penn stars as Attorney General John Mitchell, and Julia Roberts as his wife, Martha, who blew open the Watergate scandal that engulfed President Nixon in this new drama. 

"The Man Who Fell to Earth" (Showtime, Sundays at 10): Alien (Chiwetel Ejiofor) is desperate to find scientist Justin Falls (Naomie Harris) so his species can continue.

April 25

"We Own This City" (HBO, Mondays at 9): The miniseries from David Simon ("The Wire") is based on reporter Justin Fenton's book that centers on the Baltimore Police Department's Gun Trace Task Force and the fallout from its emphasis on drug enforcement.

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Dan Fogler as "Godfather" director Francis Ford Coppola in "The Offer."

April 28

"The Offer" (Paramount+): The 10-part scripted series explores the making of 1972 classic "The Godfather."

"Under the Banner of Heaven" (Hulu, Thursdays): Andrew Garfield stars in the limited series based on the nonfiction book by Jon Krakauer that investigates the 1984 killings of a woman and her baby in Utah.

"Made for Love" (HBO Max, Thursdays)

April 29

"Ozark" (Netflix): The final episodes

"Shining Girls" (Apple TV+): Elisabeth Moss stars as an assault survivor whose dream of becoming a journalist were stalled following her harrowing ordeal. When she notices similarities between a murder and her own trauma, she teams up with a reporter to track down the killer. 

"Grace and Frankie" (Netflix): The series starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as besties wraps with its final episodes.

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May 1

"Ziwe" (Showtime, Sundays at 11)

May 3

"Holey Moley” (ABC, Tuesdays at 8)

"The Chase” (ABC, Tuesdays at 9) 

“Who Do You Believe?” (ABC, Tuesdays at 10): Viewers are treated to two versions of true-crime cases, told by the survivors and criminals, in order to decipher who is telling the truth. 

May 4

"The Circle" (Netflix, Wednesdays)

Mike Myers as journalist Ken Scarborough in his new Netflix series, "The Pentaverate."

May 5

"Girls5Eva" (Peacock, Thursdays)

"The Pentaverate" (Netflix): As in the "Austin Powers" franchise, Mike Myers portrays multiple characters in this comedy built around a journalist's investigation into a centuries-old secret society. 

"Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" (Paramount+): This spinoff of "Star Trek: Discovery" focuses on the adventures of the USS Enterprise before Captain Kirk climbed aboard – this Enterprise is manned by Captain Pike (Anson Mount).

May 6

"Tehran" (Apple TV+)

May 9

"Candy" (Hulu, nightly through May 13): Jessica Biel stars as Candy Montgomery, a stay-at-home mom in the '80s who's striving to be the perfect housewife. One day it becomes all too much to take. 

May 12

"The Brothers García" (HBO Max)

"Hacks" (HBO Max, Thursdays): Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder are back as the comedian and writer go on tour.

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Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston in a scene from the Apple TV+ series “The Essex Serpent.”

May 13

“The Essex Serpent" (Apple TV+, Fridays): Claire Danes stars as an English widow who leaves London for Essex to inquire about a serpent. There she meets a vicar (Tom Hiddleston) and becomes the target of residents' resentment after a tragedy. 

May 15

"Conversations with Friends" (Hulu): A college student in her early 20s (Alison Oliver) begins an intensely passionate affair with a married man (Joe Alwyn) in this adaptation of a novel by Sally Rooney ("Normal People").

May 18

"So You Think You Can Dance" (Fox, Wednesdays at 9)

May 20

“Now & Then" (Apple TV+): The 8-part thriller centers on friends from college, forever linked due to the unexpected death of a member of their circle. Twenty years later, the friends ban together to ward off a threat that would expose the truth. 

May 25

"MasterChef" (Fox, Wednesdays at 8)

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Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven and Noah Schnapp as Will Byers in the fourth season of "Stranger Things."

May 27

"Stranger Things" (Netflix): The fourth season of the sci-fi series, last seen in July 2019, will be released in two parts. The second installment arrives July 1. (Netflix says a planned fifth season will be the last.)

"Obi-Wan Kenobi" (Disney+): Ewan McGregor reprises his role as "young" Obi-Wan from the "Star Wars" prequel movies in this new series, which also brings back Hayden Christensen's version of Darth Vader.

May 31

"America's Got Talent" (NBC, Tuesdays at 8)

"Dancing with Myself" (NBC, Tuesdays at 10): Non-professional dancers compete to learn dances choreographed by Shakira, Nick Jonas, Liza Koshy and show host Camille Kostek. 

"Fantasy Island" (Fox, Tuesdays at 9)

Jensen Ackles dons a star-spangled supersuit and shield to play Soldier Boy in "The Boys."

June 3

"The Boys" (Amazon Prime)

"Physical" (Apple TV+, Fridays)

"Floor is Lava" (Netflix)

June 6

"American Ninja Warrior" (NBC, Mondays at 8)

"Roswell, New Mexico" (The CW, Mondays at 8)

"In the Dark" (The CW, Mondays at 9)

"Irma Vep" (HBO, Mondays at 9): Alicia Vikander stars as an American actress leading the remake of a French silent movie, who loses the ability to distinguish between the role and reality.

June 7

"All Rise" (OWN, Tuesdays at 8): A new season of the courtroom drama, canceled by CBS.

"That’s My Time with David Letterman" (Netflix): The talk show host invites comedians to do a five-minute routine, followed by an interview. The debut season's guests include Rosebud Baker, Phil Wang, Sam Morril, Brian Simpson, Robin Tran and Naomi Ekperigin.

Inspired by the Avengers and their world-saving exploits, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) debuts as Marvel's first Muslim superhero in the Disney+ series "Ms. Marvel."

June 8

"Ms. Marvel": (Disney+): The series follows Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a Muslim teen and superhero zealot living in New Jersey, who gets powers of her own. 

June 9

"Queer as Folk" (Peacock): A reboot of the 1999-2005 Showtime series about gay friends, set in New Orleans. 

June 10

"For All Mankind" (Apple TV+)

June 12

"Evil" (Paramount+, Sundays)

June 15

"God's Favorite Idiot" (Netflix): Real-life couple Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone collaborate once more in this new series focused on Clark (Falcone), who falls for his colleague Amily (McCarthy) just as he's become an "unwitting messenger of God."

"Love, Victor" (Hulu, Wednesdays): The final season.

"Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend" (Netflix, Wednesdays): Alton Brown returns for this "Iron Chef" revival as co-host with "Top Chef"' winner Kristen Kish. "The Chairman" Mark Dacascos is also back. 

"The Old Man" star Jeff Bridges as Dan Chase.

June 16

"The Old Man" (FX, Thursdays at 10): Jeff Bridges stars as a former CIA agent, Dan Chase, who escaped the agency and has been maintaining a low profile for decades. A hitman seeking him out forces him to revisit his past. 

"Rutherford Falls" (Peacock)

June 17

"The Summer I Turned Pretty" (Amazon Prime): The new dramatic series from "To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before" author Jenny Han tells the story of one girl's first experience with love and heartbreak.  

"Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines" (Discovery+, Fridays)

"Physical" (Apple TV+)

June 19

"Animal Kingdom" (TNT, Sundays at 9): The final season.

June 22

"The Umbrella Academy" (Netflix)

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Actors Jeremy Allen White, Lionel Boyce and Ebon Moss-Bachrach in a scene from "The Bear."

June 23

"The Bear" (Hulu): Former "Shameless" star Jeremy Allen White leads the comedy series about a chef forced to take over his family's Chicago sandwich shop after his brother's death.

"Southern Charm" (Bravo, Thursdays at 9)

June 24

"Loot" (Apple TV+): Maya Rudolph stars in the comedy as a billionaire Molly Novak who begins to spiral toward rock bottom after her husband breaks her trust.

June 26

"Westworld" (HBO, Sundays at 9)

June 28

"Only Murders in the Building" (Hulu)

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June 29

"The Upshaws" (Netflix)

July 1

"The Terminal List" (Amazon Prime): Chris Pratt plays a Navy SEAL, part of a platoon that is attacked while trying to execute a mission, in this new drama based on the novel by Jack Carr. 

"Stranger Things" (Netflix): Two remaining episodes from Season 4.

July 4

"America the Beautiful" (Disney+): Michael B. Jordan narrates the docuseries from the producers of “Planet Earth” focused on the wildlife. 

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July 6

"Big Brother" (CBS, 8)

"The Challenge: USA" (CBS at 9:30, then Wednesdays at 9): Reality stars battle on the competition, which has aired on MTV.

"Maggie" (Hulu): Rebecca Rittenhouse stars as a psychic whose romantic life is plagued by visions of the future.  

July 7

“Generation Gap” (ABC, Thursdays at 9): The new game show hosted by Kelly Ripa pairs grandparents and grandchildren, posing questions from both generations.

Taron Egerton in a scene from “Black Bird.”

July 8

"Black Bird” (Apple TV+): Taron Egerton stars in the limited series inspired by true events as Jimmy Keene, a convicted drug dealer who was a star of his high school football team. Keene will be given preferential treatment if he is able to gain the trust of a suspected serial killer (Paul Walter Hauser), drawing out a confession and whereabouts of the victims. 

"How to Build a Sex Room" (Netflix): Interior designer Melanie Rose helps clients revitalize their romances by designing rooms for pleasure. 

July 10

“Who Do You Think You Are?” (NBC, Sundays at 7) 

July 11

"The Bachelorette" (ABC, Mondays at 8)

"Claim to Fame" (ABC, Mondays at 10): Jo Bros Kevin and Frankie Jonas host the reality competition that puts 12 family members of celebrities in a house to compete for $100,000. The fame-adjacent contestants will need to keep their identities under wraps. 

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Connor Gosatti, as Simon, and Tamara Smart, as Young Jade, in a scene from Netflix's "Resident Evil" series.

July 14

"Resident Evil" (Netflix): The sci-fi series is set in 2036, following an apocalyptic viral outbreak that wreaked havoc 14 years earlier. Now the Earth is populated with beings out for blood.

July 19

"Love Island" (Peacock): The reality series promises a "steamier" season than previous editions on CBS.

Contributing: Kelly Lawler