It's that time of the year again when most when most of us hit the beach, travel, or gather for family reunions. But if you ever find yourself stuck at home, with nothing to do, worry no more because some of our favorite series are coming back to complete our summer break.

'Orphan Black'

Our favorite clone sisters from "Orphan Black" will soon return for the fifth and final run of the popular BBC series. The Canadian thriller stars Tatiana Maslany who plays the characters of Sarah Manning, Beth Childs, Alison Hendrix, Cosima Niehaus, Helena, Krystal Goderitch and more. Yes, you got that right. The 31-year-old actress from Saskatchewan is playing multiple roles in "Orphan Black."

In fact, her portrayal of these clone characters has earned her the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series during the 18th Primetime Emmy Award last year.

Maslany's "Orphan Black" Season 5 will return on June 10 at 10:00 p.m. on BBC America.

'Orange is the New Black'

The final moments of "Orange is the New Black" have left the viewers heartbroken after the death of a well-loved character. Now, Piper Chapman and the Litchfield inmates are returning to our TV screens to continue the story of these people behind the prison cells.

"Orange Is The New Black" Season 5 is set to be released at 12:01 a.m. of June 9 on Netflix.

'Riviera'

"Riviera" is a mini-series that follows the life of a billionaire's wife. Georgina, played by Julia Styles, loses her husband after he was killed in a yacht explosion. After the tragic incident, the female lead will discover the dark side of her late husband.

Styles will be joined by Iwan Rheon and Adrian Lester for the mini-series.

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"Riviera" will start airing on June 15 on Sky Atlantic.

'The Mist'

This upcoming series is an adaptation of Stephen King's novel of the same title. "The Mist" centers on a family living in Bridgton, Maine. The small-town family will be challenged by a shocking and brutal crime which happens behind an eerie and thick fog.

"The Mist" stars Morgan Spector (Kevin Copeland), Frances Conroy (Natalie Raven), Alyssa Sutherland (Eve Copeland) and more. The horror-thriller will premiere on June 22 on Spike TV.

'Glow'

"Glow" is comedy-drama about a struggling actress who is trying to keep her career alive by joining a wrestling league. This upcoming series, which is set in the 1980s, stars Alison Brie as Ruth Wilder, Betty Gilpin as Debbie Eagan, Marc Maron as Sam Sylvia and more. You can start binge-watching "Glow" on June 22 on Netflix.