Bates Motel re-opens in March after the pre-Psycho story got absolutely bone-chilling by Season 3's end. This time it looks like we're going to see Norman go full Norma on us, and get insight as to what ultimately sealed the mother and son's fate. Hopefully this is the season the underrated A&E show gets some love at the award shows, too—Vera Farmiga is absolutely brilliant as the overbearing-yet-deranged Ms. Bates.
Season 4 of Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce brought the drama (a break-up with Freedia's longtime boyfriend) while the New Orleans icon continued to break boundaries (landing a book deal, performing in new countries). Season 5 of Fuse's biggest show to date should continue the wild narrative as the MC preps a new album and continues to dive further into the mainstream. Click here to watch full episodes of the series.
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Season 6 of the smash hit is an especially tantalizing one, now that George R.R. Martin’s book series has been lapped by the show and readers know as few answers as plain old viewers. Season five wrapped up with a major death…but judging by recent teasers and posters, that characters won’t stay dead for long.
Amy Schumer is bigger than ever and with the news that Comedy Central already picked up the comedian's series for a fifth season ahead of its Season 4 premiere in April, we're thinking the best is yet to come. There were a few superstar cameos in Season 4, but we're expecting even more this time, along with Schumer's bitingly poignant take on society.
After winning our hearts in their premiere season, the beautiful badass women of Transcendent are back for round two. While we got our healthy dose of it last time, this year we're expecting a lot more drama and even more fabulousness from Bambiana, Bionka, L.A., Nya, and Xristina...though rumor has it there might some fresh faces joining the lineup for Season 2. Catch up on Season 1 of the show right here.
Thirteen years have passed since the original X-Files run wrapped, but the truth, as they say, is still out there. A two-night mega-event is coming to Fox beginning Jan. 24, with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their iconic roles and (hopefully) wrapping up some loose ends.
The house will once again be full as Netflix revives one of the '90s most beloved sitcoms when Fuller House premieres in late February. A majority of the original Full House cast is on board (though you won't see Mary-Kate and Ashley reprising their role as Michelle Tanner) and the show's new premise very much recalls the original. Expect feel-good themes, ridiculous humor, and more Kimmy Gibler than ever. Check out some brand new photos here.