19 Shows To Look Forward To In 2017

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2017 will be a huge year for fans who like to watch a lot of TV.
With a string of new shows that are poised to be the next big hits, could this be the year that most of the new shows make it to second seasons?
Quite possibly.
Scroll down for the new and returning shows to watch out for in 2017.

1.
24: Legacy

24: Legacy

24: Legacy will see The Walking Dead’s Corey Hawkins take on the lead role. We’ve already laid eyes on the first episode and if you were a fan of the original series, you’re in for a treat. It debuts after the Super Bowl on February 5, before settling into its regular slot on Monday.

2.
Big Little Little Lies

Big Little Little Lies

Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley star in this miniseries about three mothers whose seemingly perfect lives start to spiral out of control. HBO is airing the series from February 19.

3.
Emerald City

Emerald City

This show has been waiting in the wings for quite some time and having viewed the whole season, it’s pretty great. If you’re looking for another fantasy epic to bridge the gap to the return of Game of Thrones, look no further than Emerald City. It debuts on January 6.

4.
Famous In Love

Famous In Love

Bella Thorne returns to TV in a new TV show from the creator of Pretty Little Liars. It will follow a young woman as she navigates West Hollywood as an actress. It debuts out of Pretty Little Liars on April 18.

5.
Homeland

Homeland

Can you believe that we’ve went a whole year without a fresh episode of Homeland? The political drama series returns to its roots in Season 6, with a compelling character return. It returns January 15.

6.
Scandal

Scandal

We’ve waited a long time to find out who the heck won the race for POTUS, but will Olivia and Fitz finally manage to carve out a relationship? We can’t wait to have this one back on January 19.

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