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The complete guide to summer TV: everything you need to know about what to watch this season

This summer’s hottest look is armor. Two of the biggest fantasy shows on TV: HBO’s House of the Dragon and Prime Videos The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – will return to our screens this season, competing in gear that doesn’t look too breathable. At least the heroes and villains on Prime Videos The boys perhaps more comfortably dressed. Also this summer FX’s The bear cooks a new season, and Bridgerton returns for more Regency romance. Plus, expect some major drama from Paris. Emily in Paris is back (as are her questionable fashion choices) and picks up right after the biggest TV event of the season: the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

In TV Gids’ Summer Guide 2024 you will find everything you need to know about summer TV in one place. First, you’ll find our top picks for the most anticipated shows and movies of the season. Then we have monthly TV updates, including what you can watch this month and what has been renewed and canceled. Then, check out everything coming to each of the major streamers, as well as the best shows and movies on each streamer, premiere dates and schedules. That’s followed by a look at this summer’s network TV lineups, including your guide to all things Olympics. Finally, we have all our coverage of your favorite shows.

Whether you want to know what to watch on Netflix or want the scoop on this season The bachelorette, here you will find the information you need. We’ll be keeping this page updated with our latest summer TV coverage throughout the season, so bookmark it and check back often throughout the season. Happy watching!

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TV Guide’s top picks this season

Matt Smith, House of the Dragon

Matt Smith, House of the Dragon

Theo Whitman/HBO

Our most anticipated summer shows

Looking for the best of the best? Our list includes some of the most popular recurring shows currently on TV, such as Bridgerton (hot in a sexy way), House of the Dragon (called in a dragon’s breath way), and The bear (hot in a kitchen way), along with exciting new series like Phantasms And Sunny. These are the shows we can’t wait for.

Monthly TV updates

Karl Urban and Antony Starr, The Boys

Karl Urban and Antony Starr, The boys

Amazon Studios

The ultimate guide to what to watch in June

Here’s everything you need to know about what to watch this June on all streaming services, cable channels and broadcast networks. From TV Guide’s Top Picks – Including House of the Dragon Season 2, The boys Season 4, the Jake Gyllenhaal-led limited series Presumably innocentand the Lily Gladstone-led film Fancy dance – to a calendar with the highlights of the month, it’s all there. Additionally, this guide includes a link to all of our individual guides for the major streamers.

All canceled and renewed TV shows in June

Do you want to know if your favorite program is coming back? (Or if you don’t like that show, but everyone else doesn’t?) Stay up to date with the latest renewal and cancellation news here all month long.

What to watch per streamer

We will update this section every month as information is released.

Lily Collins, Emily in Paris

Lily Collins, Emily in Paris

Netflix

Netflix

Prime Video

Hulu

HBO and Max

What to see on broadcast

Jen Tran

Jen Tran

ABC

Summer TV shows

The Olympics

Everything you need to know about your favorite summer shows

We’ll update this section throughout the season with more TV coverage, including previews, reviews and interviews.

Morfydd Clark, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Morfydd Clark, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Matt Grace/Prime video

The acolyte (June 4, Disney+)

Cut (June 4, Hulu)

The boys Season 4 (June 13, Prime Video)

Bridgerton Season 3, Part 2 (June 13, Netflix)

House of the Dragon Season 2 (June 16, HBO)

The bear Season 3 (June 27, Hulu)

The bachelorette Season 21 (July 8, ABC)

Tulsa King Season 1 (July 14, CBS)

The Umbrella Academy Season 4 (August 8, Netflix)

Emily in Paris Season 4, Part 1 (August 15, Netflix)

Only murders in the building Season 4 (August 27, Hulu)

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Season 2 (August 29, Prime Video)