Between Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu and a whole list of cable TV stations in the mix, it can be hard to keep track of when your favorite shows return.
Just go ahead and clear your evenings or set your DVRs now to make way for new seasons of "Orange is the New Black," "Broad City" and more.
Below, the dates you need to know.
“Casual” (Season 3): The Zander Lehmann-created comedy series will be back for round three on May 23, with a 13-episode run on Hulu.
"Nashville" (Season 5): The second half of the fifth season of CMT's drama brings some new faces -- like Rachel Bilson, who plays marketing expert Alyssa Greene, and Kaitlin Doubleday, who stars as singer Jessie Caine. The series returns on June 1.
“Orange is the New Black” (Season 5): It’ll be a bittersweet return to Litchfield when “Orange Is the New Black” returns to Netflix. The show’s fifth season will be available for binging on Netflix on June 9.
"Orphan Black" (Season 5): It'll be the begining of the end for BBC America's Sci-Fi series on June 10 when Tatiana Maslany returns to bring the series to a close.
"Younger" (Season 4): The show's creator, Darren Star, promises this season will be the "best season yet." Starring Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff, season 4 kicks off on TVLand at 10 p.m. on June 28.
“Game of Thrones” (Season 7): If you’re not all caught up on the Lannisters and such, you have some time to try to piece it all together. The highly anticipated seventh season of “Game of Thrones” will hit HBO on July 16.
"Insecure" (Season 2): HBO's comedy, which stars creator Issa Rae navigating her way through her work and love life in Los Angeles, premieres on July 23.
"Shark Week" (Season 30): Yes, there have been 30 seasons of Discovery's week-long shark-themed special and we're not expecting to get sick of it anytime soon. Get your shark shirts, hats and shoes ready for July 23.
“Difficult People” (Season 3): Billy’s (Billy Eichner) relationship with New York City is on the rocks when the 10-episode third season premieres on Aug. 8.
"Bachelor in Paradise" (Season 4): Whoever wins viewers' hearts, but doesn't win "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay's, will probably be spending the summer in paradise. The series hits ABC on Aug. 8.
"South Park" (Season 21): Fans can probably expect the Comedy Central show to align with current-day political issues when it returns on Aug. 23 at 10 p.m.
“Broad City” (Season 4): It’s been hard tackling the highs and lows of everyday life in NYC since the latest season of Comedy Central’s “Broad City” ended in April. Thankfully, we won’t have to do it alone too much longer. The show’s new season is slated to premiere on Aug. 23 at 10:30 p.m. We'll see Abbi and Ilana get new jobs and take an impromptu vacation.
"Stranger Things" (Season 2): Will things get even darker and, um, stranger in the Netflix original's second season? Yes. It is slated to hit the streaming service in full on Oct. 31. Coincidence? We think not.