With the finale of Wandavision airing on Disney+ last week, fans everywhere are searching aimlessly for their next show. Not to worry, because we've got premieres on premieres tonight!


'Genera+ion' on HBO Max

Gen X got Freaks and Geeks, millennials got Dear White People, so it's only right Gen Z gets their own coming of age story. Except this one is about this generation coming of age, while they're coming of age. Pretty cool.

Co-created by Daniel Barnz, who directed the Jennifer Aniston film Cake, and his daughter Zelda, the show is a brutally graphic take on the sort of gender and sexual liberation that Gen-Z has undergone, in addition to being a teen coming of age drama.

'Cold Courage' on AMC

Based on the award winning and best selling novels from Finnish journalist Pekka Hiltunen , Cold Courage is available now on AMC+, the streaming service that combines the content from AMC and its subsidiary companies under one umbrella.

In this series, we see two women tracking down a killer after a string of murders in modern day London. Who doesn't love a good murder mystery?

'Cake' on FXX

Cake, FXX's short form anthology comedy series, will be making its way back to the network for the 4th season. The show features a variety of comedy in the adult animation and live action form.

'Dateline: Secrets Uncovered' on Oxygen

The Oxygen series that brings us a closer look at some of the more famous murders in the country's recent history, Dateline: Secrets Uncovered, will be premiering its 10th season tonight at 8 pm. Hosted by Craig Melvin of The Today Show, it takes an in depth look at the investigation itself, and the road to recovery for those survived by the victims.

'Dinner: Impossible' on The Food Network

Robert Irvine, the other British chef who yells a lot, is back in business at the Food Network with the revival of his show Dinner: Impossible, where seasoned chefs are tasked with performing near impossible tasks without compromising the integrity of their food.

The 9th season will air tonight at 10 pm, so tune in for some cooking drama!

The Science Channel

Two shows, Strange Evidence and What on Earth? will be premiering new seasons tonight on The Science Channel at 9 and 10 pm, respectively.

Strange Evidence is the show that attempts to use phone and video surveillance to explain some of the oddest occurrences in recent human history. The show is kicking off its sixth season tonight at 9 pm.

What on Earth? will be entering its 10th season, the show that gives an in-depth, satellite look at some of the world's strangest geological occurrences. Season 9 closed out with an episode called "Spacecraft of Nazi Death", so not being entertained by this show will probably be difficult.

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