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Don’t Miss Out on These Biggest TV Shows of 2022


From Bridgerton Season 2 to Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, here are the biggest TV shows of 2022. 

2022 is not only a big year for theater but also for streaming platforms with a bunch of hottest content are set to release. As for helping viewers to keep updated with the latest news, we dedicated you the list of all the biggest TV shows of 2022 with their release dates. 

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List of hottest 2022 TV Shows

Euphoria Season 2

Release date: January 9, 2022

After an almost three-year wait, we’ve reunited with TV’s most popular—and perhaps wildest—high schoolers. Starring Zendaya, Hunter Schafer, and more, this provocative series takes another hard look at teenage addiction, sexuality, identity, and relationships. With maybe a little less glitter this time around. —Erica Gonzales, senior culture editor. 


Release date: January 13, 2022

John Cena suits back up as Peacemaker in this James Gunn-produced series. Like he did in The Suicide Squad, Cena is joining a black ops squad called “Project Butterfly” to defeat strange extraterrestrial creatures. But rest assured, there are still action-packed scenes, graphic violence, and dry humor, despite the show’s eccentric plotline. —Melanie Curry, editorial assistant

Inventing Anna

Release date: February 11, 2022

If you, like most of the world, were riveted by journalist Jessica Pressler’s New York Magazine story from the spring of 2018, welcome to the unabridged version, in television form. Shonda Rhimes’ newest Netflix drama has Julia Garner in the role of fake German heiress Anna Delvey, but it’s the characters around her—including Anna Chlumsky in the Jessica Pressler role, renamed Vivian Kent—who sharpen the edges of this juicy sure-to-be hit. —LPP

The Dropout

Release date: March 3, 2022

2022 seems to be the year of con artists on television, and Hulu’s The Dropout is no exception. Following Amanda Seyfried as disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, the series takes a psychological dive into what—and, perhaps, who—transformed Holmes from a promising Stanford student into a fraudster. —LPP

Pieces of Her

Release date: March 4, 2022

Based on the book by Karin Slaughter, Pieces of Her stars the inimitable Toni Collette in a twisty thriller about Laura, a mother with a dangerous, violent (and as yet undiscovered) past. When a mass shooting at a mall forces Laura into action, her daughter realizes she has no idea who her mother really is. —LPP

Atlanta Season 3

Release date: March 14, 2022

Donald Glover has finally answered our calls—Atlanta is returning for a third season this spring. Most of season 3’s storyline is under wraps, but there’s one thing we know for certain: Paper Boi’s team isn’t kicking it in ATL anymore, but living it up in Europe on tour. We know someone is going to fuck it up–whether it’s Earl, Alfred, or Darius remains to be seen. —MC

Bridgerton Season 2

Release date: March 25, 2022

As we say goodbye to the Duke of Hastings, Daphne’s brother Lord Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) takes center stage with his own romantic pursuits. His eyes are set on newcomer Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran), but her older sister Kate (Simone Ashley) questions his intentions and tries to break up their union. As Kate intervenes, though, she and Anthony end up getting closer than expected. —EG

The Girl From Plainville

Release date: March 29, 2022

Elle Fanning strikes an uncanny resemblance to Michelle Carter in this adaptation of the 2017 Esquire article “The Girl From Plainville,” which chronicled the infamous “texting suicide” case of that same year. We don’t know much about how the series will expand on the case, nor what tone it intends to strike, but if the make-up department alone looks that good, we can expect this to be a prestige hit. —LPP

Moon Knight

Release date: March 30, 2022

Desperate for some superhero content now that Hawkeye has ended? Enter Moon Knight. This original Marvel series follows an elite mercenary named Marc (Oscar Issac) who becomes possessed by the Egyptian God of the Moon. Only Marc, who has dissociative identity disorder, doesn’t realize he’s been possessed. Unlike the other Disney+ shows, Moon Knight is darker and grittier with serious Conjuring vibes. —MC

Stranger Things Season 4

Release date: May 27, 2022

Eleven and Will are in California. Their friends in Hawkins are sneaking around a haunted house. Hopper is somewhere in Russia. According to the teasers Netflix has given us so far, Stranger Things’ fourth season has a lot to tackle (supernatural and not), with bigger, darker mysteries set to be uncovered. What will come of the gang’s next encounter with the Upside Down? —EG

Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Release date: September 2, 2022

Amazon is capitalizing on some of the most precious IP of the century in this Lord of the Rings prequel, set to follow the forging of the 19 so-called Lesser Rings, as well as Sauron’s infamous One Ring—which perhaps you’ve heard of before.—LPP

Ms. Marvel

Release date: TBD

Kamala Khan has practically begged for her own TV show since she first exploded onto the pages of Marvel Comics in 2013. Now, she’ll be the superhero behemoth’s first Muslim character to headline her own series. Newcomer Iman Vellani is set to play the charismatic fangirl with the super-sized fists. —LPP

Interview with the Vampire

Release date: TBD

Fans of True Blood and Vampire Diaries, this one’s for you. Based on Anne Rice’s novel of the same name, Interview with the Vampire follows Louis de Pointe du Lac as he tells a reporter his journey from human to vampire—and the drama in between. The book was adapted into a film in 1994 starring Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, and Kirsten Dunst, but AMC’s new mystery and horror series will feature Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm on Game of Thrones), Sam Reid (Belle), and more as leads. —MC

The Crown Season 5

Release date: November 2022

After season 4 of The Crown ended with the collapsing “grotesque misalliance” that is Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage, season 5 is expected to cover their divorce, this time with Elizabeth Debicki and Dominic West playing the estranged royal couple. Joining them in the cast are Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Jonny Lee Miller as Prime Minister John Major, and West’s own son, Senan, as a teenage Prince William. While the show will surely tackle a new set of historical and political crises, it’s still unclear if the season will touch Diana’s death. (Debicki is set to appear in season 6, too.) —EG

House of the Dragon

Release date: TBD

Even if the Game of Thrones finale left you disillusioned, perhaps there’s hope you’ll find your way back to Westeros with House of the Dragon, a spinoff series focusing on House Targaryen 300 years before the events in GoT. George R. R. Martin is still involved (the show is based on his book, Fire & Blood) and the cast includes Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, and Emma D’Arcy starring as the silver-haired dragon keepers. —EG

The Last of Us

Release date: In late 2022

Transforming one of the best video games of all time into a successful television series will be no easy feat. But with Pedro Pascal set to play the rugged Texan Joel and Game of Thrones’ Bella Ramsey as the fierce youngster Ellie, this zombie apocalypse show on HBO could be the real deal. —LPP

Daisy Jones and the Six

Release date: TBD

Adapted from Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling 2019 novel, Daisy Jones & The Six traces the rise and fall of a fictional ’70s rock band (that’s overflowing with Fleetwood Mac influences). Riley Keough, fittingly cast with her rock ‘n’ roll lineage, will star as singer Daisy Jones while Sam Claflin plays The Six’s frontman Billy Dunne. Production just began in September 2021, so the show is expected to arrive this year, though a premiere date has not yet been announced. —EG



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