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10 New Shows to Stream in 2022

December 8, 2021

It's the perfect time to binge watch your way through these new favorites


The holiday season and new year are ushering in an exciting round of TV content.


There's something for everyone, whether you're a Star Wars or DC Comics super fan (The Book of Boba Fett on Disney+, Peacemaker on HBO Max), love ripped-from-headlines stories (Shonda Rimes' Inventing Anna on Netflixcan't wait for more drama from your favorite, celebrity housewives (a new installment of The Real Housewives of Miami on Peacock) or are looking for family fare (The Fairly OddParents on Paramount+).


Remember to use the Contour Voice Remote to quickly navigate to all the great content below by simply saying the name of the show into the remote.


Here's a preview of 10 new shows and where you can screen them:


And Just Like That

Where to Watch: HBO Max

When: Dec. 9, 2021


Cosmos, Manolos and men. Nearly two decades have passed since the original Sex and the City series ended but the story isn't over. And Just Like That is the highly-anticipated return of Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her squad (sans Samantha) as they navigate life and friendships in their 50s. Carrie's besties Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) will be joined by familiar characters like Mr. Big, Steve and yes, Aidan. You an also expect to see several new cast members played by Sara Ramírez, Nicole Ari Parker and Sarita Choudhury.


The Real Housewives of Miami

Where to Watch: Peacock

When: Dec. 16, 2021


The Real Housewives of Miami was a cult favorite reality series — focusing on the fun and fabulous lives of multicultural Miami socialites — that stopped airing in 2013. By popular demand, the show is getting a reboot on Peacock. Original cast mates Larsa Pippen, Alexia Echevarria, Marysol Patton and Adriana de Moura are reportedly set to return with new faces Kiki Barth, Nicole Martin, Guerdy Abraira and Julia Lemigova.


Being the Ricardos

Where to Watch: Amazon Prime

When: Dec. 21, 2021

Lucille Ball is one of the most iconic comedians of all time. In the biopic, Being the Ricardos, famed director/writer Aaron Sorkin reveals one intense week in the tumultuous relationship between Lucy (played by Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem), her real life (and screen) husband on the iconic sitcom, I Love Lucy.


The Book of Boba Fett

Where to Watch: Disney+

When: Dec. 29, 2021


Fans of The Mandalorian no doubt can't wait to watch The Book of Boba Fett, co-starring Temuera Morrison in the title role and Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand. The adventure follows bounty hunter Flett and mercenary Shand as they travel to the sands of Tatooine to claim their piece of the underworld formerly controlled by Jabba the Hutt and his cronies.



Where to Watch: Paramount+

When: Early 2022


From the world of gaming to the small screen: The blockbuster Xbox video game Halo, which has sold over 81 million copies worldwide, is being made into a TV series on Paramount+. The action show stars Pablo Schreiber engaging in an epic futuristic conflict between humanity and an alien enemy called the Covenant.


Tokyo Vice

Where to Watch: HBO Max

When: Early 2022


The new crime drama is based on the book Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan. The series follows the real-life story of American journalist Jake Adelstein (Ansel Elgort) as he delves into Tokyo's criminal underworld where everything is not what it seems.



Where to Watch: HBO Max

When: Jan. 13, 2022


The eight-episode spinoff series from the 2021 film Suicide Squad will explore the origins of John Cena's "Peacemaker" character from the movie. According to director James Gunn, the series "is an opportunity to delve into current world issues through the lens of this superhero/supervillain."



Where to Watch: Lifetime

When: January 2022


It's been 40 years since Janet Jackson released her self-titled debut album. The new docuseries Janet celebrates this milestone anniversary with a four-hour, two-night event featuring never-before-seen footage and interviews with friends, family music peers and the press-shy Jackson. "This is my story told by me. Not through someone else's eyes. This is the truth. Take it or leave it, love it or hate it, this is me," Jackson said in an Instagram post.


Inventing Anna

Where to Watch: Netflix

When: Feb. 11, 2022


Often, real life is stranger than fiction. When the article "How Anna Delvey Tricked New York's Party People" was published, many readers were both shocked and entertained by the story of a Russian scammer who swindled her way into elite New York City social circles. Shonda Rimes, creator of Grey's AnatomyScandal and How to Get Away with Murder, has adapted the story into a new series starring Julia Garner as the title character.


The Fairly OddParents

Where to Watch: Paramount Plus

When: March 2022


The Fairly OddParents was a kid favorite on Nickelodeon. Now, the Emmy-winning animated series —which aired for 10 seasons — is getting a live-action/animated reboot. The new version will focus on Timmy Turner's cousin, Vivian “Viv” Turner, and her new stepbrother, Roy Ragland, who get an assist on life in Dimmsdale from Wanda and Cosmo — their fairy godparents.


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