Premiere season slows down in April - it doesn't grind to a halt, though. Fans of each kind of show can have something to look forward to next month. There's a reboot, a reunion, and a reintroduction of one of TV comedy's biggest stars.

Here are the most anticipated TV premieres of April 2018.

5. 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation'

Our favorite reality TV stars are back for another wild ride. This is not the first time the cast is reuniting for television, but it's the first time it will be for a full series order. Sammi will not be part of the festivities this time around.

Additionally, filming took place in Miami, rather than the famous New Jersey original location. Nevertheless, there should be plenty of drama when the MTV show premieres on Thursday, April 5.

4. 'The Crossing'

The pilot for this science fiction thriller is already available online. The show is about refugees - time refugees. More time travel TV, yay! There aren't any big names attached to the project, so ABC is hoping the premise itself will be enough to move the needle. The show receives its official premiere on Monday, April 2.

3. 'Killing Eve'

This drama - ordered a year and a half ago - comes from the folks at BBC America. Based on Luke Jennings novels, the series stars Sandra Oh, best known for her work on "Grey's Anatomy." In fact, this is arguably her biggest role since leaving that show four years ago.

She plays the titular character, however, so expect her to meet an end at some point. The TV show premieres on Sunday, April 8.

2. 'Lost in Space'

The latest reboot centers on the Robinson family. The 1965 series was a classic in the development of television, at large. This time around, the family crash lands on a mysterious planet and must fight for a way to escape.

Parker Posey plays a character, but otherwise, most of the actors are not household names. Netflix officially reboots the TV series on Friday, April 13.

1. 'The Last O.G.'

First off, Jordan Peele ("Get Out") is attached to this project. It's the first time he's produced a TV show since the great sketch comedy program, "Key & Peele." The cast is just as impressive as the producer, led first and foremost by Tracy Morgan's major return to television following "30 Rock" (and the fatal accident that nearly ended his life). Tiffany Haddish and Cedric the Entertainer will also take us to a gentrified Brooklyn. TBS debuts the new comedy next week on Tuesday, April 3.