2022 American TV Shows -- Expiring and Fresh -- to enjoy on your outdoor screen by the pool
For those of you who enjoy an occasional TV show night by the pool (or a proper movie party feat. a Big Screen in your backyard), 2022 will not disappoint.
The American television industry in 2022 will bring a wave of debuts, finales and cancellations, with a renewed fervor for the fresh and unusual.
The 64th Annual Grammy Awards and 79th Golden Globe Awards in January will launch a year that will see a myriad of TV show, film and special debuts.
Although the debut date of The Thanksgiving Text, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, The Watcher and The Witcher: Blood Origin on Netflix is still TBA, Ray Donovan: The Movie is set to debut on Showtime in January.
A host of American TV debuts are scheduled for the Summer 2022. Among them -- Meet the Mayhems and Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur on Disney Channel; Baymax! and Andor on Disney+.
In 2022, Harley Quinn is set to move from DC Universe to HBO Max, with Power Rangers switching from Nickelodeon to Netflix. Genius will find a new home on Disney+ next year, switching from National Geographic.
Frasier, a TV sitcom that was broadcast on NBC for 11 seasons and last aired in 2004 will return on Paramount+ next year.
But -- sadly for its fans -- Hulu's Wu-Tang: An American Saga is scheduled to fold in 2022. Same goes for Amazon Prime Video's The Expanse.
Whether it's MTV or Apple TV+ check here our tips on how to ensure your audience gets to watch the right content once you send it to the big screen, under the stars.