The US TV Premiere Dates in January 2024: Full List and Highlights

The US TV Premiere Dates in January 2024: Full List and Highlights

January 2024 and your favorite shows are almost here. There’s no better way to kick off the New Year than with your favorite people and ‘your’ show on American television.

With shows like Echo, Disney+’s much awaited Hawekeye spinoff starring Alaqua Cox, HBO’s Jodie Foster-led True Detective: Night Country, and the return of all the Chicago shows, whether you prefer Med, Fire, or P.D., January is coming in hot — maybe to combat the sure-to-be-freezing weather? (Alternatively, you’re pretty much set if you like all three.)

Vikings: Valhalla, Season 3 (Final) – Netflix US

No exact date/time – Early 2024

(TBC)

A new original series from Vikings creator Michael Hirst that continues the storytelling of his beloved epic saga.

Walker, Season 4 – The CW

No exact date/time – Early 2024

Walker, Texas Ranger returns in the shape of Jared Padalecki.

Extraordinary, Season 2 – Hulu

No exact date/time – Early 2024

From writer/comedian Emma Moran, the story follows Jen, a young, self-aware woman who lives in a world where everyone has a superpower… except her.

January 01, 2024

Michelle Keegan & Richard Armitage star in this Harlan Coben adaptation.

Maya Stern (Michelle Keegan) is trying to come to terms with the brutal murder of her husband, Joe (Richard Armitage), in Harlan Coben’s Fool Me Once. However, when Maya installs a nanny-cam to monitor her young daughter, she is surprised to see a man she recognizes in her home. Her husband, whom she believed was dead… While dealing with his own secrets, Detective Sergeant Sami Kierce (Adeel Akhtar) leads the homicide investigation into Joe’s death. Meanwhile, Maya’s niece and nephew, Abby and Daniel, are looking for answers about their mother’s murder, which occurred several months ago. Are the two cases related? Fool Me Once follows these characters on an exciting quest for the truth, which will reveal shocking secrets and forever change their lives. Judith Burkett, Joe’s protective mother, is played by Joanna Lumley.

January 04, 2024

Michelle Yeoh-led action series.

When the leader of a powerful Taiwanese triad is assassinated, his eldest son, legendary killer Charles “Chairleg” Sun (Justin Chien), travels to Los Angeles to protect his mother, Eileen (Michelle Yeoh), and his naive younger brother, Bruce (Sam Song Li), who has been completely sheltered from the truth about his family until now. But, as Taipei’s deadliest societies and a new rising faction vie for dominance, Charles, Bruce, and their mother must heal the wounds of their separation and discover what brotherhood and family truly mean before one of their countless enemies kills them all.

Brad Falchuk (‘9-1-1,’ ‘American Horror Story’) and Byron Wu co-created ‘The Brothers Sun,’ which is directed by Kevin Tancharoen and Vie Nguyen.

January 05, 2024

James May stars in Amazon’s travel series.

January 07, 2024 at 9:00 pm

‘All Creatures Great and Small’ chronicles the heartwarming and humorous adventures of a young country vet.

The delightful and humorous adventures of a young country veterinarian are chronicled in “All Creatures Great and Small,” which also introduces readers to his unusual mentor and the cast of farmers and townspeople who lived and worked in the Yorkshire Dales in the 1930s.

January 07, 2024

An animated detective comedy starring Jon Hamm.

In the animated comedy, Jon Hamm plays the brilliant detective Marvin Flute, who has eccentric opinions about everything. He can’t resist putting his personal issues, like his family or small quarrels with his coworkers, before the crimes he’s supposed to be solving. Returning to Grimsburg, a town where secrets abound, Flute will do whatever it takes to win back the love of his ex-wife, even if it means spending time with her son, whom he never bothered to get to know. Bento Box Entertainment produces Grimsburg, which is owned by FOX Entertainment. Co-Executive Producers Catlan McClelland and Matthew Schlissel developed the series. Executive producers are Gail Berman, Hend Baghdady, Chadd Gindin, Connie Tavel, and Jon Hamm. Showrunner Chadd Gindin is in charge.

January 07, 2024 at 8:00 pm

Nineteenth-century crime drama about the first-ever female detective in Victorian London.

A gripping crime drama, Miss Scarlet and the Duke tells the story of Victorian London’s first female detective. Eliza Scarlet’s father dies, leaving her without a penny at a time when the only path to financial security is to get married. However, Eliza, who is brash, has a secret weapon: her father owns a detective agency. But she needs a partner in order to function in this man’s world.

Presenting Scotland Yard Detective Inspector William Wellington, also known as “The Duke,” the epitome of a renegade. When Eliza and Duke work together to solve crimes in the shadowy reaches of 1880s London, they develop a mismatched but explosive relationship.

January 09, 2024 at 9:00 pm

A massive sinkhole mysteriously opens in Los Angeles trapping half of a family in a primaeval world.

A family in Los Angeles is split in two when a huge sinkhole opens up out of nowhere, severing the bond between the father and daughter and the son. Along with a strange assortment of strangers, a portion of the family finds itself in an incomprehensible prehistoric world. They have to struggle to survive and solve the mystery of where they are and whether there is a way back home.

January 10, 2024

UK-based crime thriller starring Peter Capaldi & Cush Jumbo as detectives in a tug of war over a historic murder conviction.

A gripping thriller with a strong focus on characters, “Criminal Record” is situated in the center of modern-day London. One of the two intelligent detectives, a young woman in her early career, and the other, a well-connected man determined to preserve his legacy, get into an argument over an old murder case after receiving an anonymous phone call. The show discusses racial concerns, institutional shortcomings, and the search for compromise in a divisive Britain. Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Hegarty is portrayed by Capaldi (“Doctor Who,” “The Thick of It”), while Detective Sergeant June Lenker is portrayed by Jumbo (“The Good Wife,” “The Good Fight,” “The Beast Must Die”).

January 10, 2024

Alaqua Cox returns as the unforgiving Maya Lopez in Echo’s origin story.

January 11, 2024

TV series based on the Seth MacFarlane films.

January 14, 2024

Clive Owen stars as Dashiell Hammett’s classic detective Sam Spade.

January 14, 2024

True Detective returns for a new season of the anthology crime drama.

January 15, 2024 at 5:00 pm

The Primetime Emmy Awards, coming to Sky Max.

January 16, 2024

Mandy Patinkin plays Rufus Coteworth, the world’s greatest detective, who finds himself on a luxury cruise liner when a locked-room murder takes place.

“Death and Other Details,” which is set against the glittering backdrop of the world’s elite, revolves around the intelligent and agitated Imogene Scott (Violett Beane), who, well, she kind of got herself into this situation in the first place. She ends up as the main suspect in a murder case involving a locked room. The scene? a luxuriously renovated Mediterranean cruise ship. Every pampered guest and every worn-out crew member are suspects. The issue? She has to work with the world’s greatest detective, Rufus Cotesworth (Mandy Patinkin), a man she despises, in order to prove her innocence.

January 17, 2024 at 9:00 pm

The firefighters and medics of Engine 51 are back in the UK courtesy of Sky Witness.

January 17, 2024

Thomas Brodie-Sangster, David Thewlis and Maia Mitchell star in an irreverent follow-up to Charles Dickens’ “Oliver Twist” exploring the adult double life of the famous prince of thieves.

January 17, 2024 at 8:00 pm

A spin-off from Chicago Fire – this one set in a hospital… which isn’t on fire… I hope… That wouldn’t be good…

January 17, 2024 at 10:00 pm

Police orientated Chicago Fire spinoff.

January 18, 2024 at 8:00 pm

The original daddy series is returning once more.

January 18, 2024 at 10:00 pm

Special Victims Unit spin-off starring Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler, now the head of an organised crime task force.

January 18, 2024 at 9:00 pm

The very long-running crime drama returns on Sky Witness.

January 19, 2024

A princess of Hell pursues her seemingly impossible goal of rehabilitating demons to peacefully reduce overpopulation in her kingdom.

The adult animated series “Hazbin Hotel” centers on Charlie, the princess of Hell, as she works toward her seemingly insurmountable objective of rehabilitating demons in order to peacefully alleviate overpopulation in her realm. In the hopes that guests will be “checking out” into Heaven, she opens a hotel following an annual annihilation enforced by angels. Her loyal companion Vaggie and their first test subject, adult film star Angel Dust, stand by her side even though the majority of Hell makes fun of her ambition. Charlie’s wild dream has a chance to come true when a strong force dubbed the “Radio Demon” reaches out to help her in her endeavors.

January 25, 2024

A prequel to the critically-acclaimed and award-winning feature film.

In the vibrant and turbulent 1990s, Gal’s developing relationship with DeeDee threatens everything in their world, and the prequel series delves into the beginnings of Don and Gal’s complex relationship as they find themselves descending into the seductive madness of the London criminal underworld.

January 25, 2024

Kevin Smith takes on He-Man in a new series continuation from the classic 80s cartoon.

January 26, 2024

Set on Cape Cod, the series follows one woman’s journey to sobriety, intertwined with an unfolding murder investigation.

January 26, 2024

The highly anticipated limited series from Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman, the people behind ‘Band of Brothers’ and ‘The Pacific’.

January 31, 2024

Another Ryan Murphy anthology series, this one focused on famous rivalries.

America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League (NBC, new competition series)

NHL Winter Classic (TNT, live sports special)

Celebrity IOU (HGTV, Season 7)

90 Day: The Single Life (TLC, Season 4)

90 Day The Single Life: Pillow Talk (TLC, Season 4)

The Curious Case of Natalia Grace: Natalia Speaks (Investigation Discovery, new documentary miniseries)

Extended Family (NBC, new comedy series; time slot premiere)

Night Court (NBC, Season 2; time slot premiere)

The Floor (Fox, new game show series)

Celebrity Name That Tune (Fox, Season 3C)

Good Trouble (Freeform, Season 5B; final season)

Finding Your Roots (PBS, Season 10)

The Island of 30 Coffins (MHz, new docuseries)

I Can See Your Voice (Fox, Season 4)

We Are Family (Fox, new game show series)

Classroom of the Elite (Crunchyroll, Season 3)

The Brothers Sun (Netflix, new drama series)

Daughters of the Cult (Hulu, new docuseries)

Swamp People (History, Season 5)

Swamp Mysteries (History, Season 2)

Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale (Sundance Now, new drama series)

RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV, Season 16)

Ancient Aliens (History, Season 20)

Friday Night Vibes (TBS, new monthly talk show revival)

The Demon Prince of Momochi House (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

Sasaki and Peeps (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

Love & Marriage: Huntsville Reunion (OWN, new unscripted miniseries)

Solo Leveling (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

Mashle: Magic and Muscles (Crunchyroll, Season 2)

A Sign of Affection (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

81st Golden Globe Awards (CBS, live awards special)

Grimsburg (Fox, Season 2; time slot premiere February 18)

The Great North (Fox, Season 4; time slot premiere February 18)

Home Town (HGTV, Season 8)

Miss Scarlet and The Duke (PBS, Season 4)

All Creatures Great and Small (PBS, Season 4)

Funny Woman (PBS, Season 1 of British drama series)

Extreme Airport Africa (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)

Highway Through Hell (Weather Channel, Season 12)

Antiques Roadshow (PBS, Season 28)

90 Day Diaries (TLC, Season 5)

Cash Cab Music (AXS TV, new docuseries)

Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends (Disney Channel, Season 3

A History of the World in Six Glasses (Fox Nation, new docuseries)

Tsukimichi – Moonlit Fantasy (Crunchyroll, Season 2)

La Brea (NBC, Season 3; final season)

TGL Golf (ESPN/ESPN+, inaugural match of team golf league)

Caught in the Act: Unfaithful (MTV, Season 3)

Big Little Brawlers (Discovery Channel, new docuseries)

Echo (Disney+, new drama series; moved from November 29)

Metallic Rouge (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

Children Ruin Everything (The CW, Season 3)

Ted (Peacock, new comedy series)

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (AXS TV, new season)

The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger (INSP, new drama series)

Arctic Circle (Topic, Season 3)

The Witch and the Beast (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

The Traitors (Peacock, Season 2)

Criminal Record (Apple TV+, new drama series)

Skymed (Paramount+, Season 2)

Bluey (Disney Channel, Season 3B)

29th Critics Choice Awards (The CW, live awards special)

True Detective: Night Country (HBO, Season 4; moved from 2023)

Monsieur Spade (AMC/Acorn TV, new drama series)

Belgravia: The Next Chapter (MGM+, Season 2)

Bucchigiri?! (Crunchyroll, new anime series)

75th Primetime Emmy Awards

Death and Other Details (Hulu, new drama series; fka Career Opportunities in Murder and Mayhem)

The Shift (MHz, Season1 of Danish drama series)

Chicago Med (NBC, Season 9)

Chicago Fire (NBC, Season 12)

Chicago P.D. (NBC, Season 11)

Wild Cards (The CW, new drama series)

Family Law (The CW, Season 3)

Law & Order (NBC, Season 23)

Law & Order: SVU (NBC, Season 25)

Law & Order: Organized Crime (NBC, Season 4)

Real Time with Bill Mayer (HBO, Season 22)

Enemy of the People (Topic, Season 1 of Finnish drama series)

Transplant (NBC, Season 4; time slot premiere)

The Woman in the Wall (Showtime, new drama series)

Hazbin Hotel (Prime Video, new animated comedy series)

Saturday Night Live (NBC, Season 49B)

The Way Home (Hallmark Channel, Season 2)|

Love & Translation (TLC, new unscripted series)

The Bachelor (ABC, Season 28)

America’s Most Wanted (Fox, Season 2)

TMZ Investigates (Fox, Season 4)

America’s Most Wanted (Fox, Season 2 of series revival)

Untitled 20/20 True-Crime Series (ABC, new docuseries)

Superhot: The Spicy World of Pepper People (Hulu, new docuseries)

The Impact New York (VH1, new unscripted series)

The Winemaker (MHz, Season 1 of German drama series)

A Real Bug’s Life (Disney+, new docuseries)

Chrissy & Dave Dine Out (Freeform, new docuseries)

Son of a Critch (The CW, Season 3)

Griselda (Netflix, new drama miniseries)

In the Know (Peacock, new animated comedy series)

Sexy Beast (Paramount+, new drama series)

Hightown (Starz, Season 3; final season)

Expats (Prime Video, new drama limited series)

Masters of the Air (Apple TV+, new drama limited series)

Love & Marriage: D.C. (OWN, Season 3)

History’s Greatest Mysteries (History, Season 5)

Vanderpump Rules (Bravo, Season 11)

Capote vs. The Swans (FX, Season 2)

Choir (Disney+, new docuseries)

Hazbin Hotel (Prime Video, new animated series)

Sort Of (Max, Season 3; final season)

Daughters of the Cult (Hulu, new docuseries)

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