Winter TV premiere dates: 2022-23 schedule for new and returning … – USA TODAY

With Jack Frost nipping at your nose (and probably toes) why not stay in and enjoy the glow of your TV or warmth of your (overheating) computer resting on your lap?
In the coming months, there are plenty of shows to get excited about, including spinoffs that enrich the stories of beloved shows and movies. Say hello again to Wisconsin in Netflix’s “That ’90s Show,” a continuance of Fox’s “That ‘70s Show” (1998–2006). Get to know more of the Duttons’ history in Paramount+’s “Yellowstone” prequel, “1923.” Get a clue in the latest installment of the “National Treasure” franchise, “National Treasure: Edge of History” coming to Disney+.
Our calendar of major highlights ensures you won’t miss the return of your favorite series or the start of a new show you’ll fall in love with. (All times EST/PST.)
“Kindred” (Hulu): The series, an adaptation of  Octavia E. Butler’s novel, stars Mallori Johnson as Dana James, a Black woman finally in a place to pursue her dream of writing, who “finds herself being violently pulled back and forth in time.”
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“National Treasure: Edge of History” (Disney+): A young woman, skilled at figuring out mindbenders, goes on a hunt for a lost treasure.
“The Recruit” (Netflix): “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” heartthrob Noah Centineo plays a recently-hired CIA lawyer plagued by a former asset (Laura Haddock) who is threatening the organization. 
“1923” (Paramount+): A second “Yellowstone” spinoff starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren.
“Emily in Paris” (Netflix)
“Jack Ryan” (Amazon Prime Video)
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“The Best Man: The Final Chapters” (Peacock): A limited series checks in on the cast of the feature films, “The Best Man” (1999) and “The Best Man Holiday (2013). Stars Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long and Harold Perrineau return for the series.
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“NCIS” (CBS, Monday at 8, then moves to 9)
“NCIS: Hawai’i” (CBS, Monday at 9, then airs at 10)
“NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS, Monday at 10, then Sundays at 9:30)
“Quantum Leap” (NBC, Mondays at 10)
“FBI” (CBS, Tuesdays at 8)
“The Resident” (Fox, Tuesdays at 8)
“The Rookie” (ABC, Tuesdays at 8)
“FBI International” (CBS, Tuesdays at 9)
“The Rookie: Feds” (ABC, Tuesdays at 9)
“FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS, Tuesdays at 10)
“New Amsterdam” (NBC, Tuesdays at 10)
“Will Trent” (ABC, Tuesdays at 10): As a product of Atlanta’s lacking foster care system, Georgia Bureau of Investigations Special Agent Will Trent (Ramon Rodriguez) is committed to ensuring no person is discarded under his watch.
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“Chicago Med” (NBC, Wednesdays at 8)
“Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” (Fox, Wednesdays at 8): 16 celebrities, like  Mel B, Dwight Howard, Dr. Drew and Jamie Lynn Spears attempt some of the challenging activities done by the Special Forces.  
“Abbott Elementary” (ABC, Wednesdays at 9)
“Chicago Fire” (NBC, Wednesdays at 9)
 “Chicago P.D.” (NBC, Wednesdays at 10)
“Celebrity Jeopardy!” (ABC, Thursdays at 8)
“Young Sheldon” (CBS, Thursdays at 8)
“Ghosts” (CBS, Thursdays at 8:30)
“So Help Me Todd” (CBS, Thursdays at 9)
“Call Me Kat” (Fox, Thursdays at 9:30)
“CSI: Vegas” (CBS, Thursdays at 10)
“Shark Tank” (ABC, Fridays at 8)
“S.W.A.T.” (CBS, Fridays at 8)
“Young Rock” (NBC, Fridays at 8:30)
“Fire Country” (CBS, Fridays at 9)
“Blue Bloods” (CBS, Fridays at 10)
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“Alert” (Fox, Sunday at 8 EST/6 PST; then Mondays at 9): Scott Caan (“Hawaii Five-O”) stars as an officer in the Philadelphia Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit. Along with attempting to solve current cases, he also longs to solve the mystery of his own son with his ex-wife (Dania Ramirez). 
“The Conners” (ABC, Wednesdays at 8)
“The Goldbergs” (ABC, Wednesdays at 8:30)
“Hunters” (Amazon Prime Video)
“Servant” (Apple TV+)
“Mayor of Kingstown” (Paramount+)
“The Last of Us” (HBO, Sundays at 9): The new show, inspired by a video game, begins two decades after the annihilation of civilization as we know it. Joel (Pedro Pascal) is tasked with helping a teenager (Bella Ramsey) flee her quarantine area.
“Your Honor” (Showtime, Sundays at 9)
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“The Neighborhood” (CBS, Mondays at 8)
“Bob Hearts Abishola” (CBS, Mondays at 8:30)
“9-1-1 Lone Star” (Fox, Tuesdays at 8)
“Grown-ish” (Freeform, Wednesdays at 10:30)
“That ’90s Show” (Netflix): In a “That ’70s Show” spinoff, the sweet Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and her hubby, Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith) host their granddaughter Leia (Callie Haverda) during the summer of 1995. Leia is the daughter of Eric Forman (Topher Grace) and his high school sweetheart Donna Forman (Laura Prepon), who were featured on the original comedy.
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“Accused” (Fox, Sunday at 9, then Tuesdays at 9): The anthology series from Howard Gordon (“24”) begins each show with a defendant on trial unaware of their alleged offense. 
“The Bachelor” (ABC, Mondays at 8)
“The Good Doctor” (ABC, Mondays at 10)
“American Auto” (NBC, Tuesdays at 8:30)
“How I Met Your Father” (Hulu)
“Shrinking” (Apple TV+): Jason Segel stars as a therapist who decides to disregard his training and education and be honest with his clients about his opinions. Harrison Ford plays his boss. 
“Not Dead Yet” (ABC, Wednesday at 8:30; then Wednesdays at 9:30): Gina Rodriguez plays a recently single bit of a hot mess, who takes a job penning obits to help make ends meet.
“A Million Little Things” (ABC, Wednesdays at 10). The final season.
“The Flash” (CW, Wednesdays at 8): The ninth and final season of the DC Comics-inspired series.
“You” (Netflix)
“Hello Tomorrow!” (Apple TV+): Billy Crudup stars in the series set in the future as a dedicated salesmen trying to push timeshares on the moon. 
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“American Idol” (ABC, Sundays at 8) 
“The Company You Keep” (ABC, Sundays at 10): Milo Ventimiglia stars as con artist who has a brief tryst with an undercover CIA agent (Catherine Haena Kim).
“Station 19” (ABC, Thursdays at 8)
“Grey’s Anatomy” ((ABC, Thursdays at 9)
“True Lies” (CBS, Thursday at 9, then airs Wednesday at 10): The new series is inspired by the 1994 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis. Steve Howey leads the TV version, portraying international spy Harry, whose high-stakes occupation is discovered by wife Helen (Ginger Gonzaga).
“Alaska Daily” (ABC, Thursdays at 10)
“Survivor” (CBS, Wednesdays at 8)
“Perry Mason” (HBO Max)
“Yellowjackets” (Showtime, Sundays at 9)
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