Springtime is quickly approaching, which means several shows are returning. While there are anticipated new ones coming, there are others that deserve some attention. It’s time for some nostalgia, US-Russia history, holidays and technology. Whether you are looking to cuddle and watch something familiar, or say goodbye to a classic, or want a look into a possible dark future, here are five shows that are worth your time.


Roseanne Barr is back on the small screen. Hollywood today is working hard rebooting some of America’s classic tv shows.

ABC is now working hard at making "Roseanne" shine with the new generation of TV viewers. It has been 20 years since "Roseanne" said goodbye in 1997.

Fortunately, ABC was able to round up most of the original cast including Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Sara Gilbert and Laurie Metcalf, which helps keep the chemistry and feeling of the original going. If you’re a fan of the show, this will be your second helping of the Conner family. The show premieres March 27, at 8 PM Eastern.

'The Americans'

America’s beloved Russian spy family are getting ready to say goodbye. After five seasons, multiple identities, dozens of missions, Philip and Elizabeth have to make one final decision. The final season of "The Americans" will jump ahead to 1987, when tensions between the US and Russia were at an all-time high.

As the saying goes like mother, like daughter, Paige joins the family business. The final season begins March 28 at 10 PM Eastern on FX.

'Jersey Shore Family Vacation'

Since their entrance into the pop-culture universe in the U.S., the original party animals of the Jersey Shore are back. This time they’re taking it on the road to Miami, complete with their families and kids.

While some original members will be sitting this one out such as Sammi Giancola, there will still be crazy moments between beer bongs and diaper duty. Before even premiering it’s already been approved for a second season. The series premiere is April 5, at 8 PM Eastern on MTV.


One of the most popular shows, other than "Game of Thrones," is back.

"Westworld" is back as humans continue to live out their darkest wants and desires through robots. While details about the upcoming season are kept secret, the latest trailer has confirmed that the suspicious “Man in Black,” is back, as well as Thandie Newton and Evan Rachel Wood. The second season premieres April 22 at 9 PM Eastern on HBO.

'The Handmaid’s Tale'

"The Handmaid’s Tale" has become one of Hulu’s most popular and successful shows on their platform. The series is back for a second season and this time it focuses on the lead character’s fight to keep her child from having to live in the nightmare world of Gilead. The series welcomes Bradley Whitford as a member of the totalitarian government.