TV Critic’s Corner

Returning series to look for in the new year

Ben Sinclair and Amy Ryan in “High Maintenance.”
David Russell
Ben Sinclair and Amy Ryan in “High Maintenance.”

In the coming weeks, I’ll be writing about some of the new winter series. So here’s a list of some of the returning series heading back our way during the next two months.

“The Bachelor”: Season 24, and I ain’t lyin’. ABC on Jan. 6

“Schitt’s Creek”: Moira’s sixth and final fashion extravaganza. Pop TV on Jan. 7


“Grace and Frankie”: Season 6 will be the penultimate. Netflix on Jan. 15

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“Sex Education”: Season 2 and, I hope, counting. Netflix on Jan. 17

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”: Season 10, and there will be yelling. HBO on Jan. 19

“Shrill”: Aidy Bryant brings on season 2. Hulu on Jan. 24

“Miracle Workers: Dark Ages”: A second round with Radcliffe and Buscemi. TBS on Jan. 28


“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”: Season 7, so I guess NBC did SOMETHING right. NBC on Feb. 6

“High Maintenance”: Season 4, because there is a demand for delivery. HBO on Feb. 7

“Homeland”: Eighth and final season, and not a minute too soon. Showtime on Feb. 9

“Survivor”: It’s season 40 of the show that will outlive us all. CBS on Feb. 12

“Better Call Saul”: You better, because it’s the fifth season. AMC on Feb. 23