Get ready to watch a ton of TV this season.

An in-depth look at the life of the Notorious B.I.G. (“Biggie”) and a high school genius “Big Bang” spinoff (“Young Sheldon”) are among the newest offerings coming this fall. Plus, HBO is bringing an NYC-set James Franco series into the mix.

Here are all the shows you need to know about.

'She's Gotta Have It' (Nov. 23)

Spike Lee will make his Netflix directorial debut
Spike Lee will make his Netflix directorial debut this November with a remake of his 1986 feature "She's Gotta Have It" starring DeWanda Wise in the lead. Former "Hamilton" star Mars Blackmon will appear as one of her three lovers, a role previously played by Spike Lee himself. (Nov. 23, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix)

‘Young Sheldon’ (Sept. 25)

Spinning off from
Spinning off from "The Big Bang Theory" this prequel follows Sheldon Cooper at age 9, a boy genius attending high school. Iain Armitage plays the younger Sheldon, while Zoe Perry plays his mother, Mary. Interesting fact: Perry is the daughter of Laurie Metcalf, who plays Mary on "The Big Bang Theory." (Sept. 25, 8:30 p.m., CBS) (Credit: CBS / Robert Voets)

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ (Sept. 24)

Finally, after too many years (12, to be
Finally, after too many years (12, to be specific), we get a new "Star Trek" series. The show has faced some issues, delays and staffing changes, but the early footage has been pretty great. The show, set before the original series, stars Sonequa Martin-Green as Spock's half-sister. (Sept. 24, 8:30 p.m., CBS) (Credit: CBS / Jan Thijs)

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‘The Orville’ (Sept. 10)

Seth MacFarlane created and stars in this live-action
Seth MacFarlane created and stars in this live-action sci-fi comedy series that offers the "Family Guy" guru's take on the likes of "Star Trek." He plays the captain of the ship, who is paired with his ex-wife (played by the always great Adrianne Palicki) as his first officer. (Sept. 10, 8 p.m., Fox) (Credit: FOX / Noah Schutz)

‘The Deuce’ (Sept. 10)

Go back in time to New York City,
Go back in time to New York City, specifically Times Square, in the 1970s, when the area was a haven for porn. The show stars James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal and was written and created by David Simon, who also created "The Wire." (Sept. 10, 9 p.m., HBO) (Credit: HBO / Paul Schiraldi)

‘Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G.’ (Sept. 4)

This documentary, fully authorized by Biggie's estate, explores
This documentary, fully authorized by Biggie's estate, explores the life and career of the rapper icon, who died too young. The miniseries features interviews with his widow, Faith Evans, his mom, Voletta Wallace, as well as a who's who of rap legends, from Nas and Jay-Z to Sean "Diddy" Combs. (Sept. 4, 8 p.m., A&E) (Credit: A&E Network)

‘Marvel’s The Defenders’ (Aug. 18)

All your favorite Netflix Marvel superheroes -- Daredevil
All your favorite Netflix Marvel superheroes -- Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) -- come together for this big team up where they have to keep New York City safe from a huge threat. (Aug. 18, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix / Sarah Shatz)

‘Marlon’ (Aug. 16)

The Wayans brother gets his own show, somewhat
The Wayans brother gets his own show, somewhat based on his life, about a father of two and his ex-wife. (9 p.m., Aug. 16, NBC) (Credit: NBC / Tyler Golden)

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‘Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update’ (Aug. 10)

It's not on Saturday. It's not the weekend.
It's not on Saturday. It's not the weekend. And it's not clear if it will be live. Hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che will be doing their thing on Thursday with guest spots by some other "SNL" favorites. (9 p.m., Aug. 10, NBC) (Credit: NBC / Will Heath)

‘Somewhere Between’ (July 24)

Based on a Korean television series, the show
Based on a Korean television series, the show features Paula Patton as a mother who knows that her young daughter is going to be killed, but can't stop it from happening. So what's a mom to do? Time travel, of course. (10 p.m., July 24, ABC) (Credit: ABC/Eike Schroter)

‘Salvation’ (July 12)

As an asteroid is barrels toward Earth, a
As an asteroid is barrels toward Earth, a billionaire recruits a grad student and would-be sci-fi writer to save the world, while the government makes its own plans to stop it. (9 p.m., July 12, CBS) (Credit: CBS/Ben Mark Holzberg)

‘Snowfall’ (July 5)

From John Singleton comes this drama about the
From John Singleton comes this drama about the proliferation of crack cocaine in Los Angeles in 1983. Starring Damson Idris. (10 p.m., July 5, FX) (Credit: FX / Mark Davis)

‘GLOW’ (June 23)

This 10-episode series offers a fictionalized look at
This 10-episode series offers a fictionalized look at the 1980s pro-wrestling sensation "The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling." Starring Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron. Executive produced by Jenji Kohan ("Orange Is the New Black"). (June 23, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix)

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‘The Mist’ (June 22)

The Stephen King novella, previously adapted into the
The Stephen King novella, previously adapted into the 2007 movie with Thomas Jane, comes to the small screen with this new iteration about a town in Maine that is dealing with a mysterious and dangerous mist. Starring Morgan Spector, Alyssa Sutherland and Frances Conroy. (10 p.m., June 22, Spike) (Credit: Spike / Matthias Clamer)

‘The Gong Show’ (June 22)

Another classic game show reboot, as the Chuck
Another classic game show reboot, as the Chuck Barris hosted variety show returns, executive produced by Will Arnett and now hosted by Thomas Winston Maitland, who many believe to be Mike Myers. (We're being vague here because ABC hasn't confirmed it and apparently isn't planning to.) The show works like the original, with contestants performing in front of a panel of celebrity judges who can bang the gong when they've had enough. (10 p.m., June 22, ABC/7) (Credit: ABC / Greg Gayne)