New TV shows: 'Making It,' 'Sharp Objects,' more premiere dates

Sunny, warm, beach weather is coming.

And with that comes a ton of new television shows. There’s something for everyone this summer as the new premieres start to roll out, with new superheroes, spies, a princess and more. You’ll also get to reconnect with some old friends, with new series featuring Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Rachel Bilson and John Krasinski, to name a few.

Here are all the shows you need to know about.

‘The Innocents’ (Aug. 24)

This British series features Percelle Ascott and Sorcha Groundsell as a pair of teens on the run after they discover some secrets that their respective parents neglected to tell them. Also starring Guy Pearce, and created by Hania Elkington ("The North London Book of the Dead") and Simon Duric ("The Crown," "Black Mirror"). (Netflix)

‘Making It’ (July 31, 10 p.m.)

This unscripted crafting competition series marks the reunion of "Parks and Recreation" superstars Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. (NBC)

‘Bobcat Goldthwaith’s Misfits & Monsters’ (July 11, 10 p.m.)

The actor/director, famous for his screechy voiced persona, gets his own anthology series, with genres ranging from sci-fi to thrillers to rom-coms, and more. Guest stars include Michael Ian Black, Dave Foley, Danny Pudi, Melissa Joan Hart, Bridget Everett and more. (TruTV)


‘TKO: Total Knock Out’ (July 11, 8 p.m.)

Kevin Hart hosts this Mark Burnett-produced competition series where contestants are trying to get through different obstacles while other contestants are firing projectiles at them. It all sounds a lot like "American Gladiators." (CBS)

‘Sharp Objects’ (July 8, 9 p.m.)

Amy Adams takes the lead in this adaptation of "Gone Girl" writer Gillian Flynn's debut novel, "Sharp Objects." Adams plays reporter Camille Preaker -- now out of a psychiatric hospital, which she was in for self-harm -- who heads back to her childhood home to investigate the killing of two girls. (HBO)

‘Double Dare’ (June 25, 8 p.m.)

It's slime time again as the beloved 1990s game show (pictured) returns, with Liza Koshy hosting and original host Marc Summers providing commentary. Always take the physical challenge, kids! (Nickelodeon)

‘Take Two’ (June 21, 10 p.m.)

Welcome back to "O.C." star Rachel Bilson, as she plays an actress who's starring as a cop in a long-running series, but also teams up with a PI (Eddie Cibrian) to solve crimes. Because that's how it happens. From Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller, who worked on "Castle." (ABC)

‘Yellowstone’ (June 20, 9 p.m.)

Kevin Costner saddles up to play Montana rancher John Dutton in this series from Taylor Sheridan ("Hell or High Water"), where he has to protect his land from numerous outside forces, be it crime, a growing town nearby, poor drinking water or other issues inherent in that rural location. (Paramount)

‘Love Is ______’ (June 19, 10 p.m.)

Starring Michele Weaver and Will Catlett, this drama follows the couple as they reflect back at their time in 1990s Los Angeles, when their relationship began. (OWN)

‘Strange Angel’ (June 14)

From Mark Heyman ("Black Swan," "The Wrestler") comes this adaptation of the George Pendle biography of Jack Parsons, who was a pioneer in the field of rocketry, and also an occultist, who allegedly meddled in the world of black magic. Starring Jack Reynor. (CBS All Access)

‘American Woman’ (June 7, 10 p.m.)

"Clueless" star Alicia Silverstone leads this half-hour comic drama about a single mother in the 1970s raising her two children with the help of her friends, played by Mena Suvari and Jennifer Bartels. (Paramount)

‘Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger’ (June 7, 8 p.m.)

Another Marvel superhero series! Based on the superheroes created by Bill Mantlo and Ed Hannigan in 1982, this series follows a pair of teens, Tyrone Johnson, aka Cloak, and Tandy Bowen, aka Dagger, who have complementary darkness- and light-based powers. Brought to the small screen by Joe Pokaski, who worked extensively on NBC's "Heroes." (Freeform)

‘Dietland’ (June 4, 9 p.m.)

Based on the 2015 Sarai Walker novel comes this New York City-set drama about a downtrodden ghostwriter at a fashion magazine, who gets intertwined with a group fighting back against the men at the center of sexual abuse allegations. Starring Joy Nash and Julianna Margulies. (AMC)

‘Succession’ (June 3, 10 p.m.)

Jesse Armstrong ("In the Loop") created this series, which follows New York media family the Roys, led by Logan Roy (Brian Cox), as his family vies for control of the empire. Also starring Hiam Abbass, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook and Alan Ruck. (HBO)

‘Pose’ (June 3, 9 p.m.)

This musical drama from Ryan Murphy ("Glee," "American Horror Story") explores the posh New York City ball world of the 1980s. It stars Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek and what the FX website calls "the largest recurring cast of LGBTQ actors ever for a scripted series." (FX)