10 TV shows we can t wait to watch this summer, ranked

House of the Dragon Season 2 (HBO)

Fire and blood reign supreme as the Targaryen civil war heats up in the second season of this epic Game of Thrones prequel.

Only Murders in the Building Season 4 (Hulu)

Our favorite true-crime podcasting trio, Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, return to solve another murder in their swanky Upper West Side apartment.

The Acolyte (Disney+)

Calling all Star Wars fans! This mystery thriller takes us back to the golden age of the Jedi Order, during the High Republic era.

The Bear Season 3 (FX)

The critically acclaimed dramedy returns with the pressure cooker cranked up even higher.

The Boys Season 4 (Prime)

The Supes are in hot water, and The Boys are on the run! Season 4 promises another explosive season of satirical superhero action.

Those About to Die (Peacock)

Step back in time to the brutal gladiatorial games of the Roman Empire. This drama, based on the reign of emperor Commodus, promises.

Eric (Netflix)

This coming-of-age story offers a fresh perspective. Follow Eric, a young Black man navigating the complexities of life in modern America.

Clipped (FX)

Get ready for some dark laughs! This 1960s-set comedy follows a group of women running a Chicago beauty salon.

Sunny (Apple TV+)

Rashida Jones takes center stage in this sci-fi comedy. When a robot escapes a high-tech lab, Jones' character forms an unlikely friendship with it.

Mayor of Kingstown Season 3 (Paramount+)

Jeremy Renner returns as Mike McClusky, the power broker of Kingstown, Michigan, who walks the line between law and crime.