TV Guide tonight: You’re in for a surprise!
TV Guide Tonight host David Zaslav, author of The Television Guide for Every Adult, has compiled a list of shows and movies that he feels are most worth your time and money.
Read on for a quick rundown of the three biggest TV shows and some of the more obscure, yet beloved, shows that are currently on the air or have a pilot or two in the works.
(You’ll also want to check out our TV guide for college kids, which is a much better source of info on the subject than this one.)
The TV Guide has a long history of keeping its readers up-to-date on what’s new and trending in television, and this guide is no exception.
As Zaswald notes in his guide, you don’t need to be a big fan of a show to enjoy it, but the more of a fan you are, the more likely you are to enjoy the show.
Here’s a quick guide to the TV Guide’s Top 3 TV Shows.
American Horror Story (FX) — FX has made a big splash in the fall with its American Horror story-based shows.
The network’s second season has already sold more than 6 million copies of its limited-run DVD and Blu-ray collection.
FX has also added two original TV shows: The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and The People vs. OJ: Making a Murderer.
Now, thanks to the success of the new seasons of the two first-season series, FX has signed on for another season of the anthology series.
These new series are slated to debut this fall on FX.
You can find out when and where to see them on FX’s website, and if you’ve ever seen The People V. O, you’ll recognize the title.
The anthology series, which has also featured shows like American Horror Mythology and the upcoming American Horror Mart, will continue to run on FX until 2019.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS) — CBS has been one of the most consistent streaming providers of new episodes of its flagship shows, including The Big C, since the series began airing in the spring of 2017.
That’s not surprising, since CBS has always been one to embrace streaming and new technology, including its flagship streaming service, The CW.
The new season of The Big Busters is now streaming exclusively through CBS’ streaming service.
The streaming service also has a series called The Big Game, which airs on the CW, which was the first network to make this type of original series a permanent feature.
The next season of this new-series series, titled The Big Brain, premieres exclusively on CBS.
CBS is also bringing back a host of popular shows for the streaming service: The Blacklist returns in the summer and The Good Wife returns for its second season in late 2019.
Orange Is the New Black (Netflix) — Netflix, which launched its streaming service in March, has added two new shows: Orange is the New Bitch and the hit Netflix original series, Orange Is The New Black.
Netflix has also renewed its series Orange is The New Bitching for two seasons on the streaming platform.
Modern Family (ABC) — While this new season will feature the first new comedy on the network in more than two years, the network is also adding a new comedy series: Modern Family, which returns for a second season this fall.
Once Upon a Time (ABC, NBC) — Once Upon A Time’s first season, which ran for four seasons and featured an ensemble cast of characters, was a big success.
The series was nominated for three Emmys in 2016 and 2017.
The Walking Dead (AMC) — AMC is getting a new zombie drama series to fill its schedule in 2019.
The spinoff, which will be called The Walking City, will debut on AMC on April 1.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) — The CW has a new drama series: Brooklyn Nine and Nine, which premiered last year.
The pilot episode is available on Netflix and is set to air on June 8.
The Originals (CBS, Fox) — NBC’s new sci-fi drama series, The Origins, is being revived.
This new spinoff is set for a May 2019 premiere.
The Americans (FX, AMC) — Another spinoff from the acclaimed hit drama The Americans, which aired on ABC from 2016 to 2017, will return for a two-episode first season on FX in 2019, the streaming company announced.
The Flash (CW) — CW has renewed its second-season comedy series, the spinoff of The Flash, for a third season.
The Last Man on Earth (CBS All Access) — This is a two hour-long series about a guy named Michael who