The Spring Premieres Perfect For Binge-Watching

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We love TV. There is nothing like the feeling of curling up on your couch after a long day of work with your favorite snack and drink before flipping on your TV and losing yourself in another world.  Like you, we can’t wait to see if Olivia will finally let go of Fitz, or if Jane will choose Rafael or Michael. We want to know who’s stalking the women of Pretty Little Liars, who the Bachelor will give his next rose to, and if those law students will actually get away with murder. We also get excited at the prospect of new shows, which only means new characters to fall in love with. Here, we have compiled a list of spring premieres you’ll be sure to love right along with us. 

The Family on ABC, March 3, 9PM

The Family

The Family tells the story of a young son who returns to his family after disappearing over a decade ago. His family welcomes him back, but they begin to question if the man they welcomed into their home is the son they lost all of those years ago. The trailer is reminiscent of ABC’s cancelled Resurrection, whose premise followed that of the dead or missing from one small town returning home. The mystery’s trailer will leave you with more questions than what you came with, but we believe that is half the fun.

The Catch on ABC, March 24, 10PM

The Catch ABC

Do you ever imagine yourself falling in love with the perfect guy? He’s witty, smart, and handsome. He loves you and everyone loves him. But one day, something changes, and your world is turned upside down.  Well, it won’t exactly happen to you, but you can watch it happen to someone else once a week. The new ABC drama will follow the journey of an investigator who discovers that her fiancée is actually a con man. Mireille Enos of The Killing and Peter Krause of Parenthood are set to star in this drama, which is executive produced by none other than ABC programming powerhouse Shonda Rhimes.

The Ranch on Netflix, April 1

The Ranch

The new Netflix show will follow Ashton Kutcher’s character, a semi-pro failed football player, who returns home to help run his family’s farm. The series will reunite Kutcher with his That 70’s Show costar Danny Masterson, who is set to play his “second-fiddle” brother, according to Netflix’s press release. The show will also star Debra Winger as their strong-willed mother, who will be living alone in a trailer while she figures out her marriage.

The Night Manager on AMC, April 19, 10PM

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Tom Hiddleston is set to star as a nighttime manager of a European hotel who is tapped by intelligence agents to infiltrate an international arms dealer’s network.  There isn’t much more information out on the miniseries yet, but we know that with the star power of Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie, Olivia Colman, and Tom Hollander, we are more than excited to see what unfolds with these characters.

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The Spring Premieres Perfect For Binge-Watching: photos courtesy of ABC, AMC, and Netflix

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