Get ready to watch a ton of TV this season.

A nail salon riddled with organized crime ("Claws") and a drug-fueled Los Angeles drama ("Snowfall") are among the latest offerings this TV season. Plus, Netflix is adding female-powered 1980s wrestling series to the mix.

Here are all the shows you need to know about.

‘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)

‘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)

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‘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)

‘Blood Drive’ (June 14)

This dystopian series is set in a world
This dystopian series is set in a world inspired by grindhouse movies, where there's a cross-country race and the cars are fueled by blood. Starring Alan Ritchson and Christina Ochoa. (10 p.m., June 14, Syfy) (Credit: Syfy)

‘Claws’ (June 11)

It's not just manis and pedis at the
It's not just manis and pedis at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon in this Florida-set dramedy about a group of women moonlighting in the world of organized crime. Starring Niecy Nash, Carrie Preston and Harold Perrineau. (9 p.m., June 11, TNT) (Credit: TNT / Wilson Webb)

'I’m Dying Up Here' (June 4)

A drama about comedians. Jim Carrey executive produces
A drama about comedians. Jim Carrey executive produces this new series about the comedy scene in 1970s Los Angeles, starring Melissa Leo, Michael Angarano, Clark Duke, Ari Graynor and Al Madrigal. (10 p.m., June 4, Showtime) (Credit: Showtime)

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Dancers from around the globe will compete in
Dancers from around the globe will compete in front of a panel of judges in this competition show from executive producer Jennifer Lopez, who will also be judging alongside Derek Hough and Ne-Yo. Jenna Dewan Tatum hosts. (10 p.m., May 30, NBC) (Credit: NBCUniversal Media)

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'Still Star-Crossed' (May 29)

Welcoming the newest guest to Shondaland. This period
Welcoming the newest guest to Shondaland. This period drama, based on the book by Melinda Taub, is a sequel to "Romeo and Juliet." Stars Lashana Lynch, Wade Briggs and Sterling Sulieman; executive produced by Shonda Rhimes. (10 p.m., May 29, ABC) (Credit: ABC / Jose Haro)

'Love Connection' (May 25)

More classic game shows are coming back to
More classic game shows are coming back to television, including this dating show, now hosted by Bravo maven Andy Cohen. (8 p.m., May 25, Fox) (Credit: Fox / Michael Becker)

'Beat Shazam' (May 25)

The app becomes a game show hosted by
The app becomes a game show hosted by Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, where contestants try and quickly figure out the name of the song that is playing. For all of you who are old school, this sounds just like "Name That Tune." (9 p.m., May 25, Fox) (Credit: Fox / James Dimmock)

‘Twin Peaks’ (May 21)

The seminal mystery from David Lynch and Mark
The seminal mystery from David Lynch and Mark Frost is returning after more than 25 years. There's just about no information out about the show, except for casting, which will include a lot of familiar faces like Kyle MacLachlan and Mädchen Amick). (May 21, Showtime, 9 p.m.) (Credit: Showtime / Patrick Wymore)

‘I Love Dick’ (May 12)

From Jill Soloway, creator of Amazon's hit
From Jill Soloway, creator of Amazon's hit "Transparent," comes this comedy about a husband and wife who both fall in love with a professor named Dick. Starring Kathryn Hahn, Griffin Dunne and Kevin Bacon. (May 12, Amazon) (Credit: Amazon Prime Video / Leann Mueller)

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‘Anne’ (May 12)

The classic story
The classic story "Anne of Green Gables" gets a new adaptation featuring Amybeth McNulty, Geraldine James and R.H. Thomson. (May 12, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix / Caitlin Cronenberg)

‘American Gods’ (April 30)

Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel comes to the small
Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel comes to the small screen from Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. The story uses Norse mythology on the American landscape for a story about an ex-con tasked with finding old gods for a battle of deities. Starring Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane and Emily Browning. (April 30, Starz, 9 p.m.) (Credit: Starz Entertainment)

‘Dear White People’ (April 28)

The 2014 satirical film about race relations at
The 2014 satirical film about race relations at a college is turned into a 10-episode series. (April 28, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix / Adam Rose)

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ (April 26)

Margaret Atwood's famed dystopian novel about a world
Margaret Atwood's famed dystopian novel about a world where America is run by a dictator is brought to life with stars Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski, Joseph Fiennes and Samira Wiley. (April 26, Hulu) (Credit: Hulu)

'Great News' (April 25)

Much as
Much as "30 Rock" did for variety shows, "Great News" aims to do for cable news. Briga Heelan stars as Katie, an up-and-coming producer at a Secaucus cable news show who is horrified to learn that her mother (Andrea Martin) comes to the show as an intern. From executive producers Robert Carlock and Tina Fey. (April 25, NBC, 9 p.m.) (Credit: NBC / Eric Liebowitz)

‘Genius’ (April 25)

This anthology series debuts with this 10-episode run
This anthology series debuts with this 10-episode run about Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush), from his time as a patent clerk to his genius scientific work. From executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, who also directed. Based on the biography by Walter Isaacson. (April 25, Nat Geo) (Credit: National Geographic / Dusan Martincek)

'Mary Kills People' (April 23)

This six-episode Canadian import stars Caroline Dhavernas as
This six-episode Canadian import stars Caroline Dhavernas as a doctor who spends her off time secretly helping sick patients who want to end their life. (April 23, Lifetime, 10 p.m.) (Credit: Christos Kalohoridis)

‘Girlboss’ (April 21)

Based on the autobiography by Sophia Amoruso, this
Based on the autobiography by Sophia Amoruso, this comedy from Kay Cannon ("Pitch Perfect," "30 Rock") stars Britt Robertson a woman who builds an online fashion company. (April 21, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix / Karen Ballard)

‘Bill Nye Saves the World’ (April 21)

The Science Guy sets up shop at Netflix
The Science Guy sets up shop at Netflix for this new science-themed talk show, who will be joined by correspondents Karlie Kloss, Derek Muller, Nazeem Hussain, Joanna Hausmann and Emily Calandrelli. (April 21, Netflix) (Credit: Netflix / Eddy Chen)

‘Famous in Love’ (April 18)

Bella Thorne takes the lead in this drama
Bella Thorne takes the lead in this drama -- so long in production that it was originally picked up by ABC Family -- about a college student who lands a huge movie role, and how that changes her life. There is also a subplot about a missing pop star. Expect some Drama with a capital D. (April 18, Freeform, 9 p.m.) (Credit: Freeform / Eric McCandless)

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ (April 14)

The cult television series -- about a guy
The cult television series -- about a guy trapped with his robot friends, riffing on terrible movies -- returns with comedian Jonah Ray in the lead role and Felicia Day and Patton Oswalt as a pair of mad scientists. (April 14, Netflix) (Credit: “Mystery Science Theater 3000")

‘The Son’ (April 8)

Based on the novel from Philipp Meyer, this
Based on the novel from Philipp Meyer, this 10-episode series tells the story of Eli McCullough, from his youth in 1849 where he was kidnapped by the Comanches through to his adulthood when he runs a Texas cattle empire. Starring Pierce Brosnan. (April 8, AMC, 9 p.m.) (Credit: AMC / Van Redin)

‘First Dates’ (April 7)

Drew Barrymore hosts this reality series from executive
Drew Barrymore hosts this reality series from executive producer Ellen DeGeneres, where viewers watch a series of first dates going on at a restaurant. (April 7, NBC, 8 p.m.) (Credit: NBCUniversal)

‘Brockmire’ (April 5)

Hank Azaria returns to television in this comedy
Hank Azaria returns to television in this comedy about sportscaster Jim Brockmire, who once was a famed baseball announcer who had a meltdown. A decade later, he's trying to make a comeback, starting in the minor leagues. Also starring Amanda Peet and Tyrel Jackson Williams. (April 5, IFC, 10 p.m.) (Credit: IFC / Erika Doss)