The 35 most notable TV shows this winter — and whether you should watch or skip them

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Usually, the end of the year is a wasteland for TV filled with reruns, pointless holiday specials, and movies that don’t satisfy our need for new content.

But this year, things are different. Thanks to peak TV and streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, the final months of 2018 and early 2019 are filled with some exciting new shows, returning shows, and original movies.  There’s even a holiday special coming in December from one of the best shows on TV right now, „Schitt’s Creek.“

We put together a list of all the notable new and returning shows (and original movies) coming this winter, and let you know whether you should watch them — or skip them. We also let you know when they premiere, and included times for broadcast shows and movies that have a confirmed slot. 

The lineup for winter isn’t super daunting, but there are a few shows and movies we’re excited about, including season two of Amazon’s „The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,“ the second season of Hulu’s „Marvel’s Runaways,“ and Netflix’s original holiday movie, „A Christmas Prince 2: Royal Wedding.“

Here are all of the notable TV shows and TV movies coming this winter, and whether or not you should watch them:


Some of the notable new series include HBO’s limited series „My Brilliant Friend,“ AMC’s spy thriller „The Little Drummer Girl,“ and Netflix’s original film, „Roma.“

“The Holiday Calendar” — Netflix film

Premiere date: Friday, November 2

Should you watch it? It’s a little soon for a holiday movie, but this one looks so dumb that it might be the best thing ever. We think you should watch it.

“Outlaw King” — Netflix film

Series premiere date: Friday, November 9

Should you watch it? It’s not a great movie, but Chris Pine does go full-frontal in it.

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Source: Business insider

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