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Winter TV Premiere Dates 2021: When Hits Like ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Return & New Shows Debut



Matt James

The year 2021 is already in full swing with the returns of your hit shows and the premieres of brand-new series. Here’s your guide to the 2021 TV premiere dates across networks and streaming services.

It’s a new year, which means a whole new set of premiere dates. January TV is already well underway with new and returning shows premiering. The TV premiere dates for winter 2021 will continue throughout the upcoming months.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the fall TV season was pushed to January 2021. All of The CW’s series will premiere in January and February 2021. Hit shows like 9-1-1 and spinoff like 9-1-1: Lone Star will premiere their new seasons on January 18. ABC’s Thursday night block — Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, and A Million Little Things — premiered in the fall, but won’t return with new episodes until March. See the current schedule for the TV premiere dates of winter 2021 below.

‘The Bachelor’ season 25 kicked things off at the top of the year with Matt James as the lead. (ABC)

January 4
American Detective with Lt. Joe Kendra (Discovery+)
Amityville Horror House (Discovery+)
Auto Biography (Discovery+)
The Bachelor — season 25 (ABC)
BattleBots: The Bounty Hunters (Discovery+)
Beyond Borders (Discovery+)
Bobby and Giada in Italy (Discovery+)
Cakealikes (Discovery+)
Chopped Challenge (Discovery+)
Christina: Stronger By Design (Discovery+)
Elephant Hospital (Discovery+)
Frozen in Time (Discovery+)
Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge’s Mine Rescue (Discovery+)
HGTV’s House Party (Discovery+)
Home Town: Ben’s Workshop (Discovery+)
JonBenet Ramsey: What Really Happened? (Discovery+)
Judi Dench’s Wild Borneo Adventure (Discovery+)
Lovely Bites with Chef Lovely (Discovery+)
Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines (Discovery+)
Monster Garage (Discovery+)
Mysterious Planet (Discovery+)
Onision: In Real Life (Discovery+)
The Other Way Strikes Back (Discovery+)
A Perfect Planet (Discovery +)
P.S. Burn This Letter Please (Discovery+)
Say Yes to the Dress: In Sickness and In Health (Discovery+)
Six Degrees with Mike Rowe (Discovery+)
Tarek’s Flip Side (Discovery+)
Toddlers & Tiaras: Where Are They Now? (Discovery+)
Tregaye’s Way in the Kitchen (Discovery+)
The Wall (NBC)

January 5 
Chopped: Grudge Match (Food Network)
Gabby’s Dollhouse (Netflix)
Gordon Ramsay’s American Road Trip (FOX)
History of Swear Words (Netflix)
Nurses — season 1 (NBC)
PBS American Portrait (PBS)
The Proof Is Out There (History)
The Real Housewives of Dallas — season 5 (Bravo)
This Is Us — season 5 (NBC)
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist — season 2 (NBC)
30 Coins (HBO)

January 6
Chicago Fire (NBC)
Chicago Med (NBC)
Chicago P.D. (NBC)
House in a Hurry (HGTV)
Kitchen Crash (Food Network)
Name That Tune (Fox)
Nature Gone Wild (A&E)
Surviving Death (Netflix)
The Masked Dancer (Fox)
Undercover Billionaire — season 2 (Discovery)
Undercover Billionaire: Comeback City (Discovery)

January 7 
Call Me Kat (Fox)
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune (ABC)
Coyote (CBS All Access)
Go-Big Show (TBS)
Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta — season 6 (WE tv)
Hell’s Kitchen — season 19 (Fox)
Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
Mr. Mayor (NBC)
Restaurant: Impossible — season 18 (Food Network)
The Chase (ABC)
The Hustler (ABC)
The Real Blac Chyna (WE tv)

Hailee Steinfeld
‘Dickinson’ returns for season 2. (Apple TV+)

January 8 
A Discovery of Witches — season 2 (Shudder/Sundance Now)
Dead Little Roosters (Rooster Teeth)
Dickinson — season 2 (AppleTV+)
Glad You Asked — season 2 (YouTube)
Lupin (Netflix)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (The CW)
Pretend It’s a City (Netflix)
Rise of Empires: Ottoman (History)
Self-Made Mansions (HGTV)

January 9
A Discovery of Witches — season 2 (Shudder/Sundance Now)

January 10 
All Creatures Great and Small (PBS)
American Gods — season 3 (Starz)
Mountain Monsters — season 5 (Travel Channel)
The Circus — season 6 (Showtime)
Tiger (HBO)

January 11
American Experience (PBS)
Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy (Netflix)
Straight Up Steve Austin (USA)
Ty Breaker (HGTV)

January 12
Prodigal Son — season 2 (FOX)
The Resident — season 4 (FOX)
Trickster (The CW)
Two Sentence Horror Stories (The CW)
Unpolished — season 2 (TLC)

January 13
Call Your Mother (ABC)
Everyone is Doing Great (Hulu)
Married at First Sight — season 13 (Lifetime)
Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer (Netflix)

January 14
B Positive — season 1B (CBS)
Mom — season 8B (CBS)
Search Party (HBO Max)
Young Sheldon — season 4B (CBS)

Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen return for ‘WandaVision.’ (Disney+)

January 15
Belle Collective (OWN)
Disenchantment — season 3 (Netflix)
Endlings (Hulu)
Servant — season 2 (Apple TV+)
WandaVision (Disney+)

January 17
Batwoman — season 2 (The CW)
Miss Scarlet and the Duke (PBS)

January 18
All American (The CW)
9-1-1 (FOX)
9-1-1: Lone Star (FOX)

January 19
Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr. — season 7 (PBS)

January 20
Riverdale — season 5 (The CW)
Nancy Drew — season 2 (The CW)

January 21
Gomorrah (HBO Max)
Legacies — season 3 (The CW)
Selena + Chef — season 2 (HBO Max)
The Rev (USA)
Walker (The CW)

January 22
Blown Away (Netflix)
Derek Delgaudio’s In & Of Itself (Hulu)
Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix)
Flack (Amazon Prime Video)
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous — season 2 (Netflix)
Little Women: Atlanta — season 6 (Lifetime)
Losing Alice (Apple TV+)
Painting with John (HBO)
The Sister (Hulu)

January 23
A Wild Year on Earth (BBC America)
Salt-N-Pepa (Lifetime)

January 24
Charmed — season 3 (The CW)
Bridge and Tunnel (EPIX)

January 25
Snowpiercer — season 2 (TNT)

January 26
black-ish — season 8 (ABC)
The Misery Index — season 3 (TBS)
mixed-ish — season 2 (ABC)
Teen Mom OG — season 9 (MTV)
To Tell the Truth (ABC)

January 27
Marrying Millions — season 2B (Lifetime)
Resident Alien (Syfy)

January 29
Jann (Hulu)
We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Netflix)

Ciera Payton
Ciera Payton stars as Wendy Williams in the Lifetime movie about the talk show host. (Lifetime)

January 30 
Wendy Williams: The Movie (Lifetime)

January 31
The Long Song (PBS)

February 3
Firefly Lane (Netflix)

February 4
Fast Foodies (truTV)
Impractical Jokers season 9 (truTV)
Impractical Jokers: After Party (truTV)
Summer House season 5 (Bravo)

February 5
The Snoopy Show (Apple TV+)

February 6
Whitney & Bobbi (Lifetime)

February 7
The Equalizer (CBS)

February 8 
Black Lightning (The CW)

February 10
Tough As Nails (CBS)

February 11
Clarice (CBS)

February 12
Are You Afraid of the Dark? season 2 — Nickelodeon
Hip Hop Uncovered (FX)

American Idol
‘American Idol’ is back for an all-new season. (ABC)

February 14
American Idol — season 19 (ABC)
Cherries Wild (FOX)
Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy (CNN)

February 16
The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song (PBS)

February 17
I Survived A Crime (A&E)

February 19
For All Mankind — season 2 (Apple TV+)

February 21 
When Call the Heart — season 8 (Hallmark Channel)

February 23
Superman & Lois (The CW)
The Flash — season 7 (The CW)

February 24
Snowfall (FX)

February 26
Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry (Apple TV+)

February 28
The Walking Dead — season 10 (AMC)

Ellen Pompeo
Meredith Grey continues to battle COVID-19 on ‘Grey’s Anatomy.’ (ABC)

March 4
Station 19 — season 4 (ABC)
Grey’s Anatomy — season 17 (ABC)
A Million Little Things — season 3 (ABC)

March 7
Pennyworth — season 2 (EPIX)

March 19
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+)

April 5 
Hemingway (PBS)

The TV premiere dates of 2021 could change given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Many productions that are filmed in Los Angeles, including Grey’s Anatomy, This Is Us, and 9-1-1, have halted their productions due to the current surge of COVID-19 cases in the area, accoriding to our sister site Deadline. The shows will remain on holiday hiatus until at least January 18.


‘The Masked Singer’ Preview: The Russian Dolls Reveal A New Clue — Watch



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The Russian Dolls read a brand-new clue in this EXCLUSIVE preview of ‘The Masked Singer’ quarterfinals, and guest panelist Rob Riggle is convinced he knows their identities.

The quarterfinals have arrived on The Masked Singer, and the Russian Dolls will take the stage once again during the May 12 episode. After their performance, a new clue is revealed by “mail” sent by the biggest fan in this EXCLUSIVE preview. When host Nick Cannon opens up the mailbox, there’s another mailbox inside, a nod to the Russian Dolls.

One of the Russian Dolls reads the letter inside the second mailbox. “I was a fan of you individually, but when I saw you band together in person — wow! Like I can’t even. Love you to the moon and back again,” the letter says.

The Russian Dolls during the May 12 episode. (FOX)

Guest panelist Rob Riggle doesn’t believe he even needs this clue to guess the identities of the Russian Dolls. “Clues are for suckers. I don’t need them,” he says. He thinks he knows exactly who the Russian Dolls are.

“Bet this all day. Bet it twice on Sunday. That’s Devo,” Rob says. Devo is a rock band that rose to fame in the 1970s and 1980s. The band is best known for their hit song “Whip It.”

Nick isn’t convinced that Rob is right on this one. “Ken, this really is your friend,” Nick jokes. This makes Ken Jeong cackle.

The Russian Dolls
The Russian Dolls during their quarterfinals performance. (FOX)

The Russian Dolls changed the game from their very first performance of “The Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson. One Russian Doll started out singing the song, but a second Russian Doll later revealed himself during the performance. The Russian Dolls debuted a third member in the wildcard round. They’ve been stealing the show from the start.

The final 5 of season 5 are Russian Dolls, Chameleon, Black Swan, Piglet, and Yeti. At the end of the May 12 episode, one of the masked singers will be eliminated. The rest will move on to the season 5 semi-finals. The Masked Singer season 5 airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on FOX.

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‘Siesta Key’: Chloe Reveals Why She Left Season 4 After Filming Took A Toll On Her Mental Health



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Previews for season 4 of ‘Siesta Key’ show Chloe Trautman announcing that she’ll be leaving the show in the middle of filming, and she dished all about it in our EXCLUSIVE interview.

“I’m at a point where I really don’t want to be a part of this anymore,” Chloe Trautman says in the trailer for season 4 of Siesta Key. “Farewell everyone.” While the details surrounding Chloe’s unexpected departure are still vague, she dished more about the decision in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife. In the months leading up to filming, Chloe underwent an extreme mental and physical lifestyle change. She lost 50 pounds and cut “toxic” people out of her life. However, when filming for Siesta Key began again in Nov. 2020, she noticed that the “old Chloe” was starting to come back.

“In that environment, I have always been the ‘old Chloe,’ and it was like oil and water mixing filming and the new me,” she explained. “Well, I don’t like to say ‘new me,’ I like to say ‘true me.’ This season, you really see that battle of me trying to stay the course with the internal work that I’ve done. But I’m not perfect and I definitely have some bumps this season. Overall, I’m really proud of myself for putting myself out there and putting my mental health first. I think, more than ever, that’s such an important message to send — no matter what you’re doing in your life, if you’re placing yourself in an environment that’s not for your highest good, walk away from it. I’m just proud that I’ll represent that this season.”

Chloe did make the difficult decision to walk away. She said that the lack of support from her friends, who were skeptical about her transformation, was what ultimately led to the decision. “They weren’t as supportive as I think they could’ve been,” Chloe admitted. “Understandably, they were skeptical — they were wondering if this was just a phase. But for me, it just really built up. Every week, all the cast parties we’d go to, it would just build up over and over and over again. It just got to a point where I was like, ‘Alright, guys, stop trying to tear me down.’ When I didn’t feel like I had enough support from my friends and cast and production, I took a big step back.”

Luckily, it was the right decision, and Chloe told that it was “extremely necessary” for her. “I feel like I did the most work on myself in that time when I took a step back,” she revealed. “To me, in your true power, you should be able to place yourself in any environment and still stand true to who you are.”

The cast of season 4 of ‘Siesta Key’. (MTV)

Chloe also dished about the “breaking point” that led her to transform her lifestyle and become the person who she is today. “[In March 2020], our friend group went to Aspen and I was 50 pounds heavier than I am right now,” she explained. “I was skiing down a mountain and I was so out of shape, and I ended up falling and really hurting myself. It was in that moment that I cried out to God for help. Then, I went through a breakup with my ex-boyfriend of almost four years and my grandmother, who passed away, came to me and spoke to me on her birthday in June. My life just changed. The right people started to come into my life. I stopped drinking. I stopped partying. I really stepped back from any toxic environment or friendships I was in, too.”

Now, Chloe is “really excited” to show Siesta Key viewers the new version of herself. “I can’t wait to show people how, when you heal yourself, it’s truly the greatest thing you can ever do,” she gushed. “And how important it is to take time for yourself and mental health and meditating and all those beautiful things.” Siesta Key returns on May 12 at 8:00 p.m. on MTV.

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Tom Brady Honors Ex Bridget Moynahan On Mother’s Day With Blended Family Photo



Tom Brady Honors Ex Bridget Moynahan On Mother’s Day With Blended Family Photo

On Mother’s Day, Tom Brady made sure to honor the women he thinks are the ‘greatest of all time’ – his wife, Gisele Bündchen, and his ex – and mother of his oldest son — Bridget Moynahan.

Tom Brady didn’t leave anyone out of his Mother’s Day messages. On Sunday (May 9), the NFL icon took time to honor all the amazing mothers in his life, including his ex, Bridget Moynahan. “Happy Mother’s Day,” Tom, 43, captioned a photo he posted to his Instagram Stories. In the pic, Tom and his wife, Gisele Bündchen, stand next to his 13-year-old son, Jack, and his mother. It was a sweet, blended family photo and a lovely sentiment from Tom to his ex-girlfriend on this special day.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback also paid tribute to Gisele, 40, in his Instagram Story (“My numero uno,” he captioned a photo of the supermodel snuggling her and Tom’s kids, Ben, 11, and Vivian, 8) and with a touching post that featured all his kids. “Happy Mother’s Day, [Gisele],” Tom captioned the black and white shot of all five of them on the beach. “You love us and support us like no other. Have a special day! [heart emoji] [heart emoji].”

Along with Bridget and Gisele, Tom celebrated his mother, 76-year-old Galynn Patricia Brady. Tom posted a photo of Gisele hugging Gaylnn. “Happy Mother’s Day [heart emoji] to the best moms in the world!!”

Though Tom and Bridget called it quits in late 2006, the two have remained on good terms. However, it’s not every day that Tom makes a public gesture of affection towards his ex, so it was quite a moment when he wished her a “Happy Birthday” on April 29. That day, Bridget turned 50, and Tom celebrated by posting a photo of her alongside their son Jack to his Instagram Story. “Happy Birthday,” he captioned the photo. “We hope you have a great day!”

Bridget Moynahan and Tom Brady attend the VANITY FAIR PARTY AT THE 2005 ACADEMY AWARDS (Shutterstock)

Months after Tom and Bridget split, the couple revealed that she was pregnant with his child. She gave birth to Jack in August 2007, right as Tom was starting his relationship with Gisele. “It was very hard for my wife to think she fell in love with this guy, and now this guy’s ex-girlfriend’s pregnant,” he said in a 2020 interview. “And it was very challenging for my son’s mom because she didn’t envision that either. But I think we all made the best of the situation, and fortunately, he’s the most amazing son.”

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