New TV shows: 'The Last O.G.,' 'Station 19,' more premiere dates

Despite the snow sitting on the ground, spring is coming.

And with that comes a ton of new television shows. This season features a big Shondaland spinoff, a lot of returning favorites — Tracy Morgan, Josh Radnor and Zach Braff — and a continuation of a classic series with “Roseanne.”

Here are all the shows you need to know about.

‘Lost in Space’ (April 13)

Danger, Will Robinson? The classic sci-fi series from the mid-1960s, which was turned into a not-so-good movie with a pretty good cast (William Hurt, Gary Oldman), gets another chance with this streaming series. It follows a family stranded on an alien planet. Starring Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Ignacio Serricchio and Parker Posey as Dr. Smith. (Netflix)

‘The Last O.G.’ (April 3, 10:30 p.m.)

Tracy Morgan takes the lead in this comedy co-created by Jordan Peele about an ex-con getting back into life outside prison. Also starring Cedric the Entertainer and Tiffany Haddish. (TBS)

‘Splitting Up Together’ (March 27, 9:30 p.m.)

The great Jenna Fischer is back, starring opposite Oliver Hudson in this comedy about a divorced couple still living together (sort of). Adapted from a Danish series by Emily Kapnek, who did the underrated "Suburgatory." (ABC)


'Roseanne' (March 27, 8 p.m.)

Revisit the family led by the woman who's always right, Roseanne, when the sitcom returns more than a decade after going off the air. Spoiler: Dan is not dead and everyone's back for round two. (ABC)

‘Barry’ (March 25, 10:30 p.m.)

Bill Hader plays a hitman living in the Midwest who goes to California for a job to take out an actor, but gets caught up the theater community there. Also starring Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, Anthony Carrigan and national treasure Henry Winkler. (HBO)

‘O Mecanismo’ (March 23)

From director José Padilha, creator of "Narcos," comes this drama based on a true story of a group of investigators trying to uncover corruption in Brazil. (Netflix)

‘Station 19’ (March 22, 9 p.m.)

The second new Shondaland show this month, this "Grey's Anatomy" spinoff follows the crew at a Seattle fire station. Starring Jaina Lee Ortiz, Jason George and Miguel Sandoval. (ABC)

‘Instinct’ (March 18, 8 p.m.)

Alan Cumming plays Dr. Dylan Reinhart, a former CIA agent who is brought in by the NYPD to help catch a serial killer. Based on a book by James Patterson. (CBS)

‘Wild Wild Country’ (March 16)

This documentary series looks at a group in Oregon who constructs a utopian city in a show that involves a bioterror attack, wiretapping and a giant collection of Rolls-Royce cars. (Netflix)

‘Rise’ (March 13, 10 p.m.)

"How I Met Your Mother" star Josh Radnor takes the lead in this new series from Jason Katims ("Parenthood") and Jeffrey Seller ("Hamilton") about a teacher who revitalizes his school's theater program. Also starring Rosie Perez and Auli'i Cravalho, who was the voice of Moana in the Disney animated film. (NBC)

‘For the People’ (March 13, 10 p.m.)

Welcome to New York, Shonda Rhimes! The latest Shondaland drama follows a pack of lawyers working in the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York. Starring Britt Robertson and Jasmin Savoy Brown. (ABC)

‘Deception’ (March 11, 10 p.m.)

Prolific producer Greg Berlanti ("Arrow," "The Flash," "Blindspot," "Supergirl," "Legends of Tomorrow," "Riverdale," "Black Lightning") brings his eighth show to television, this procedural about a disgraced magician and illusionist who takes his skills to the FBI. Starring Jack Cutmore-Scott, Ilfenesh Hadera and Vinnie Jones. (ABC)

'American Idol' (March 11, 8 p.m.)

You're going to Hollywood ... again! The reality singing competition wasn't gone long, but when it returns on its new network this March, Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan will do the judging.

'Champions' (March 8, 9:30 p.m.)

Vince (Anders Holm) is living the life of the ultimate bachelor in Brooklyn with his brother Matthew (Andy Favreau), until his former fling (Mindy Kaling) shows up with the teenage son he didn't know he had. (NBC)

'Unsolved' (Feb. 27, 10 p.m.)

Everyone has their own version of the "who did it" mysteries surrounding Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. "The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G." is a true-crime look at what really went down leading up to the deaths of these two hip-hop greats.

'Good Girls' (Feb. 26, 10 p.m.)

Can your average mom pull off a grocery store heist? When they're Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta, they can. (NBC)

‘The Alienist’ (Jan. 22, 9 p.m.)

A serial killer is on the loose in 19th century NYC and it's up to a reporter (Luke Evans) and a psychologist (Daniel Brühl) to catch him. Also starring Dakota Fanning. Based on the best-selling book by Caleb Carr. (TNT)

‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ (Jan. 17, 10 p.m.)

The second installment of the "American Crime Story" anthology focuses on the death of the famed fashion designer (played by Edgar Ramírez). Darren Criss portrays serial killer Andrew Cunanan and Penélope Cruz is Donatella Versace. (FX)

‘Black Lightning’ (Jan. 16, 9 p.m.)

The latest DC Comics character to hit the small screen is Black Lightning,was created by Tony Isabella with Trevor Von Eeden in 1977. Cress Williams plays Jefferson Pierce, a high school principal and former masked hero known as Black Lightning, who can control electricity. When gang activities begin to increase in his town, he's drawn back into the crime-fighting world. (The CW)

‘Alone Together’ (Jan. 10, 8:30 p.m.)

Created by Lonely Island (Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone), this comedy stars Esther Povitsky and Benji Aflalo as platonic pals trying to make it in L.A. It might sound generic, but these are all funny people. (Freeform)

‘Child Support’ (Jan. 5, 8 p.m.)

"The Wonder Years" star Fred Savage hosts this game show where contestants answer questions with help from a panel of children interacting with Ricky Gervais, co-creator of the show with Banijay Studios. (ABC)

‘Grown-ish’ (Jan. 3, 8 p.m.)

"Black-ish" breakout star Yara Shahidi gets a spinoff, taking her character Zoey Johnson to college. It's a different world from where she's coming from. (Freeform)

‘9-1-1’ (Jan. 3, 9 p.m.)

Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, co-creators of "American Horror Story," turn out this procedural about first responders in Los Angeles. Starring Connie Britton, Angela Bassett and Peter Krause. (Fox)