Returning TV Shows To Watch Summer 2020


There are so many final seasons happening this summer.


Netflix

After over a year between seasons, The Umbrella Academy finally returns this summer and picks up right where we left off. Following Season 1’s cliffhanger, the Hargreeves children have come together to try and fix everything that went wrong. Now, the question is when and where are they and how can they make things right.

When it returns: July 31 on Netflix.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Netflix.

2.

Ramy


Hulu

Mahershala Ali joins Season 2 as Ramy seeks some much-needed guidance and looks to change his ways. As with the previous season, Ramy hilariously tries to balance having a foot in two worlds as a first-generation Egyptian-American.

When it returns: May 29 on Hulu.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Hulu.

Watch the Season 2 trailer here.


Giovanni Rufino / Netflix

The Politician returns as Payton fights to unseat Dede Standish in the New York State Senate race. Alongside Hadassah Gold, Dede fights like hell to win the re-election, while Payton sees it as a stepping stone to the presidency. Now, Payton must decide what kind of politician he truly wants to be. Meanwhile, Georgina makes a decision that threatens to upstage Payton and everything he’s accomplished.

When it returns: June 19 on Netflix.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Netflix.

4.

The 100


The CW

After six jaw-dropping seasons, The 100 officially comes to an end this summer. The new season picks up with with Clarke and her friends attempting to rebuild Sanctum as a new threat emerges. Like most seasons, everyone’s happiness will not come easily as they fight one final battle.

When it returns: May 20 on The CW.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–6 on Netflix.

Watch the final season trailer here.

5.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D


Mitch Haaseth / ABC

Our favorite S.H.I.E.L.D. team embarks on a final mission where they have to change the past in order to save their futures. Honestly, this show has given us some incredibly monumental plot twists and characters, and if you’re a Marvel fan who isn’t watching it, what are you waiting for?

When it returns: May 27 on ABC.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–6 on Netflix.

Watch the final season trailer here.

6.

Fuller House


Michael Yarish / Netflix

It’s time to say goodbye to this iconic family once again when the final episodes of Fuller House start streaming. The new episodes pick up where Season 5, Part 1 ended, with D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy all heading towards a happy ending with the people they love. Along the way, there’s sure to be a few iconic Tanner family heart-to-hearts as we prepare to say a final farewell.

When it returns: June 2 on Netflix.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–5 on Netflix.

Watch the final season trailer here.

7.

Cable Girls / Las Chicas del Cable


Manuel Fernandez-Valdes / Netflix

The final season of Cable Girls/Las Chicas del Cable will continue to explore Spain during the Spanish Civil War. With Lydia separated from the rest of the group and everyone fighting desperately for what they believe in, these last few episodes are sure to be emotional from start to finish.

When it returns: July 2020 on Netflix.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–5 on Netflix.


David Moir / Netflix

The controversial Netflix series comes to an end and it’s not going to be an easy road ahead for Clay. During the final season, the senior class prepares for graduation, but before they can say goodbye dangerous secrets they thought they buried threaten to come out as they are forced to make heartbreaking choices.

When it returns: June 5 on Netflix.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–3 on Netflix.

Watch the final season trailer here.

9.

Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story


Isabella Vosmikova / USA Network

This anthology series returns this summer with Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story. Starring Amanda Peet and Christian Slater, this season follows the breakdown of the 16-year marriage between Betty and Dan Broderick and the twisted story of their divorce that spanned from the 1960s to the ’80s.

When it returns: June 2 on USA.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Netflix.

Watch the Season 2 trailer here.

10.

The Bold Type


Jonathan Wenk / Freeform

Jane, Sutton, and Kat return for the rest of Season 4 and TBH, I already know these new episodes will be a highlight of my summer. Picking up where Season 4, Part 1 left off, Sutton is dealing with newly married life, Jane is coming to terms with her recent double mastectomy, and Kat is figuring out her life after having to leave Scarlet.

When it returns: June 11 on Freeform.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–4 on Hulu.

Watch the Season 4, Part 2 trailer here.

11.

The Twilight Zone


CBS All Access

Similar to Season 1 of Jordan Peele’s reboot of the beloved anthology series, The Twilight Zone boasts an incredible roaster of guest stars and stories for this season. Some of the celebs scheduled to appear are Joel McHale, Billy Porter, Morena Baccarin, Gillian Jacobs, Chris Meloni, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and many more.

When it returns: June 25 on CBS All Access.

How to catch up: Season 1 on CBS All Access.

Watch the Season 2 trailer here.

12.

Homecoming


Jessica Brooks / Amazon Prime Video

Homecoming returns, however this time it stars Janelle Monáe. The season kicks off with Janelle’s character waking up in a rowboat on a lake with no memory of how she got there or even who she is. What comes next is her pursuit for her identity, which leads her right to the Geist Group and the Homecoming Initiative. Also, Walter returns as he tries to build a new life while dealing with his own traumas.

When it returns: May 22 on Amazon Prime Video.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Amazon Prime Video.

Watch the Season 2 trailer here.

13.

Search Party


HBO Max

After moving from TBS to HBO Max, Search Party returns with Season 3 and picks up with Dory and Drew’s trial after they’ve been on the run. This show was super underrated during the first two seasons and now is the perfect time to catch up before the long-awaited Season 3.

When it returns: June 25 on HBO Max.

How to catch up: Seasons 1–2 on HBO Max.

Watch the trailer here.

14.

The Chi


Showtime

Season 3 of The Chi follows Emmett as he continues to change the way his mother, Jada, sees him as he moves from an unmotivated teenager to a full-fledged businessman. Also, Ronnie is looking for his life’s purpose and hoping he still has time to make some significant changes. Meanwhile, Kevin, Keisha, and the rest of their family are dealing with some big changes of their own.

When it returns: June 21 on Showtime.

How to catch up: Season 1–2 on Showtime.

Watch the Season 3 trailer here.

15.

Black Monday


Showtime

This amazing and underrated series returns with the remaining four episodes of Season 2 as Mo and Dawn continue to be at odds over a potential opportunity. Meanwhile, Blair gets involved in a risky proposition and Keith ends up making a massive discovery.

When it returns: June 28 on Showtime.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Showtime.

Watch the Season 2 trailer here.

16.

Hanna


Amazon Prime Video

Hanna returns with Season 2 this summer and continues to follow Hanna’s journey, especially after her discovery at the end of last season. With Hanna now looking for answers about herself and people like her, the Utrax program is about to reach a lethal “second phase.”

When it returns: July 3 on Amazon Prime Video.

How to catch up: Season 1 on Amazon Prime Video.

Watch the Season 2 teaser trailer here.

17.

And finally, Doom Patrol


Warner Bros.

Doom Patrol Season 2 continues to follow a group of DC’s strangest superheroes — Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman, Crazy Jane, and Cyborg — as they try to save the world. In the new season, the entire group will continue to grapple with growing up and dealing with the betrayal from Season 1.

When it returns: June 25 on HBO Max and DC Universe.

How to catch up: Season 1 on HBO Max or DC Universe.

Which returning TV shows are you excited for this summer? Tell us in the comments below!

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