The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022 – Best TV Shows 2022 – Seventeen

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So much newness in 2022!
2022 may have brought us some of the most highly anticipated returning seasons of fan-favorite shows like Stranger Things, Euphoria, and Only Murders in the Building, but with only a few months left in the year, there is so much more to come. From action-packed superhero picks (Marvel stans, I’m looking at you) to A-list-driven reality shows (because we totally missed keeping up with the Kardashians), tons of new and exciting TV shows have also hit our screens. Whether you’re already planning your next binge-watch or are in the market for a weekly tune-in, we’ve selected some of the best shows of 2022 (well, so far, anyway) so you don’t have to break a sweat over an extensive Google search. So, grab your BFFs and your fave snacks, because your next favorite TV series is definitely one of the best shows of 2022.
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In case you missed Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the A-listers returned to our screens in April 2022. Following the high-profile lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, this Hulu reality show continues to take us into the glamorous world of the family. Plus, we get to watch another season in September 2022 (!).
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The Game of Thrones prequel series hit our screens this year and is set 174 years before Daenerys Targaryen (a.k.a one of GoT‘s most iconic characters) was born. House of the Dragon shows viewers the history of the Targaryens and their rule over the Seven Kingdoms.
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She-Hulk is only one of the new MCU releases this year. Bruce Branner’s cousin, Jennifer Walters, is Jennifer Walters an attorney specializing in superhuman-oriented legal cases. On top of navigating life as a single woman in her 30s, she also has to learn the ropes of being a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk.
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In season 3 of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, our favorite East High Wildcats head to Camp Shallow Lake, a California sleepaway camp, for an unforgettable summer. They’re in for tons of new experiences thanks to a high-stakes musical production of Frozen as well as a drama-filled docu-series filming the behind-the-scenes process.
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This PLL spin-off follows a new set of liars in Millwood, a town adjacent to Rosewood we saw in the OG series. Twenty years after a series of tragic events changed Millwood forever, a group of teen girls is being tormented by A to pay for their actions and the secret sin committed by their parents two decades ago.
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The Sherman Oaks crew is back for another season of good fun and awkward mishaps. Season 3 follows Devi as she navigates her new relationship with her longtime crush, Paxton, while balancing her studies and trying to find herself. Rumor has it that the fourth and final season may also make its way to Netflix in 2022.
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Based on the book trilogy of the same name by To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before author Jenny Han, The Summer I Turned Pretty follows Belly, whose love life takes a turn once she turns 16. This coming-of-age story finds Belly stuck in a love triangle between two brothers, where she endures her first love and first heartbreak all in the same summer.
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Charlie and Nick couldn’t be more different. The pair meets at secondary school, where their unlikely friendship turns into something more. Charlie, Nick, and their circle of friends are also finding themselves and finding new discoveries through their adolescent journeys.
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After its initial release in 2019, Euphoria instantly became a cult classic. The long-awaited second season finally made its way to HBO in January 2022, and viewers continued to follow the stories of fan favorites like Rue, Kat, Maddy, and Jules. The show’s lead, Zendaya, admitted that the second season is darker than the first, so get ready to feel all the feelings.
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Mabel, Oliver, and Charles are back to investigate — you guessed it — another murder in their swanky Upper West Side apartment building, The Arconia. This time, the target is on their backs as the main suspects, but they crack the case with the help of their friends (and even their foes).
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The Hawkins crew is officially back, albeit in three separate locations (Hawkins, California, and Russia). It’s been three years since the infamous Battle of Starcourt, which means there is a lot of catching up to do with Eleven, Will, Jonathan, Max, Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Nancy, Steve, and Robin. There are even new characters, like the lovable Eddie Munson and creepy villain, Vecna.
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Shonda Rhimes’ period drama, Bridgerton, is officially back. After it essentially took over the world during its initial release in 2020 — no, seriously, it’s even been adapted into a Grammy-winning TikTok musical — fans want more from the ‘Ton. New cast members like Sex Education‘s Simone Ashley have joined this season, which makes things more exciting in terms of the already eventful storyline.
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Marvel’s Moon Knight follows Steven Grant, a gift shop employee who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life. He realizes he actually has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As their enemies come into light, Steven/Marc must navigate their complex identities among the powerful gods of Egypt.
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The comedic genius of Mindy Kaling strikes again with The Sex Lives of College Girls. After the success of her Netflix comedy, Never Have I Ever, Mindy brings on a whole new story following four suitemates trying to navigate their first year at college while attending a prestigious university. Not only is the cast diverse, but the plot touches on both the positive and negative parts of sex and relationships. While the show’s first season just dropped in November 2021, 2022 has brought on more of a fan base for this realistic and relatable account of Gen Z college life.
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This coming-of-age series follows 3 twenty-something roommates on the autism spectrum as they get jobs, make friends, fall in love, and navigate a world that typically avoids them. With the help of their families and each other, they navigate life with tough situations and triumphs.

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Ms. Marvel officially entered the MCU in 2022 and follows 16-year-old Pakistani-American Kamala Khan, who’s growing up in Jersey City. Kamala does well in school, loves gaming, and even writes fan fiction based on her favorite superheroes like Captain Marvel. She struggles to fit in at her school, but that all changes when she gets superpowers like the heroes she’s always looked up to.

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This one-hour drama series is a modern reimagining of the classic ’90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Bel-Air will be a dramatic take on Will’s complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of his new neighborhood. Characters like Will, Carlton, and Hillary made their way back to our screens like we’ve never seen them.
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You’ve heard of How I Met Your Mother (and probably binge-watched it multiple times by now), and the beloved sitcom now has a spin-off starring Hilary Duff. How I Met Your Father is set in the future where Hilary’s character Sophie tells her son the story of how she met his dad. Just like its predecessor, the series shows how Sophie and her friends navigate their 20s and 30s but this time, it takes place in a post-dating app world.
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The modern reboot of the beloved Y2K Mexican telenovela, Rebelde, hit Netflix in January 2022. The original series followed six prep school students with different backgrounds and interests who all shared a passion for music and formed a band. In the new show, a new generation of students have dreams of joining the prestigious music program at the Elite Way School so they can win the Battle of the Bands and become musical stars like their predecessors.
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Although One of Us is Lying hit Peacock in 2021, the show has the potential to become your next TV obsession. If you love shows like Gossip Girl meets Cruel Summer, One of Us is Lying is like a combination of the two. Based on Karen M. McManus’s #1 New York Times best-selling novel, the series follows five high school students who walk into detention — and only four make it out alive. That student happens to be running an anonymous gossip site that airs out the secrets of students at Bayridge High, which makes the stakes especially high since everyone is a suspect with something to hide.
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TikTok’s famous Hype House made its way to TV. Members include HUDDY (a.k.a Chase Hudson), Larray, and Nikita Dragun among others. The reality show centers these the most popular personalities on social media as they come into their own.
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The Emmy-winning reality series is back and the stakes have never been higher. The buzz around Navarro’s newfound stardom may change the team’s dynamic, but nothing compares to the COVID-19 related challenges they face when the 2020 cheer season ends. The new season also dives into the serious criminal accusation aimed toward one of Navarro’s teammates and gives viewers a glimpse into their rival team, Trinity Valley Community College.
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A Tim Burton-directed live-action series inspired by the iconic character from The Addams Family is hitting Netflix soon. Starring YOU‘s Jenna Ortega, Wednesday taps into the life of Gomez and Morticia Addams’ only daughter as she discovers her psychic abilities and prevents a killing spree that has terrorized the town. She’s also on a mission to unpack a supernatural mystery involving her parents 25 years ago. Netflix has yet to officially announce a release date, but we can’t wait for this chilling comedy series.

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