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Seems to be like we cannot be getting Susan Sarandon's nation music debut this month in spite of everything. 

On Wednesday, Jan. 12, Fox introduced that Monarch, the drama collection starring Sarandon, Trace Adkins and Anna Friel, which was set to premiere Jan. 30, will now premiere within the fall due to COVID-19.

"With an unbelievable pedigree of expertise and musical performances, the powerfully compelling drama, Monarch, is a high precedence for Fox Leisure in 2022," the Fox Leisure spokesperson stated. "Sadly, because of the unavoidable realities of the pandemic and the profound influence Covid-19 continues to have on our business and world wide, it's essential to reschedule Monarch's Jan. 30 debut to the Fall."

The spokesperson continued, "Fox's new 2022-23 slate, shifting a present of this magnitude permits us to have its complete first season produced, create further, high-profile content material and promotional home windows to assist launch, and provides our viewers one of the best alternative to benefit from the collection as meant with a non-compromised run of episodes. We thank our forged, producers, writers and the complete crew for his or her tireless work and continued dedication to the nation music-filled world that's Monarch."

Fox additionally shared that they may announce the alternative programming within the coming days.

Monarch, created by Melissa London Hilfers, follows the Roman household who has "created a rustic music dynasty however when their reign as nation royalty is put in jeopardy, Nicolette (Friel) will cease at nothing to guard her household's legacy," in accordance with the outline of the collection. 


Although we have been, as Adkins would say, "tough and prepared" for the premiere, we expect that Monarch will probably be well worth the wait. 

For different 2022 TV premiere dates, scroll via the gallery beneath.


Name Me Kat (FOX) - Jan. 9

Mayim Bialik is again in Name Me Kat, with season two premiering on Thursday, Jan. 9. 

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Pivoting (FOX) - Jan. 9

Three ladies (Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin and Maggie Q) actually YOLO following the loss of life of their childhood pal. Pivoting premieres on Jan. 9. 


The Righteous Gem stones (HBO Max) - Jan. 9

Reward be, The Righteous Gem stones is again! Danny McBride, John Goodman, Edi Patterson and Adam Devine return because the eccentric spiritual household for season two, airing Sunday, Jan. 9.

The CW

Superman & Lois (The CW) - Jan. 11

It is a chook, it is a plan, it is a season two premiere! Superman & Lois returns to The CW on Jan. 11. 


Wipeout (TBS) - Jan. 11

Watch opponents take a look at their energy on impediment programs throughout season two of Wipeout, hosted by Nicole Byer and John Cena.

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NAOMI (The CW) - Jan. 11

New collection NAOMI premieres on The CW Jan. 11. 

The CW

Batwoman (The CW) - Jan. 12

Batwoman swoops in to choose up its mid-season on Jan. 12. 

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Peacemaker (HBO Max) - Jan. 13

John Cena is Peacemaker on this Suicide Squad spin-off, touchdown on HBO Max on Jan. 13. 

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Archive 81 (Netflix) - Jan. 14

Mamoudou Athie stars as a video archivist who's drawn into a real crime chilly case whereas reconstructing a 1994 documentary. The brand new Netflix collection, premiering Jan. 14, is loosely based mostly on the podcast of the identical identify. 


Britannia (EPIX) - Jan. 16

Britannia followers can rejoice as season three premieres Sunday, Jan. 16 on EPIX. 

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How I Met Your Father (Hulu) - Jan. 18

The highly-anticipated collection premiere of How I Met Your Father kicks off on Jan. 18. The Hulu present follows Sophie (Hilary Duff) as she tells her son the story of how she met his father. 

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Single Drunk Feminine (Freeform) - Jan. 20

Jenni Konner and Simone Finch are behind Freeform's new comedy Single Drunk Feminine starring Sofia Black-D'Elia who's an alcoholic advert exec that strikes again in along with her mom (Ally Sheedy) to each sober up and develop up. The collection debuts with back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Jan. 20. 


Ozark (Netflix) - Jan. 21

Viewers will say farewell to the twisted household on the coronary heart of Ozark because the Netflix series debuts its fourth and final season on 

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As We See It (Prime Video) - Jan. 21

A gaggle of roommates on the autism spectrum navigate their 20s within the newest collection from Friday Evening Lights creator Jason Katims, premiering on Amazon Prime Video on Jan. 21.

Apple TV +

Servant (AppleTV+) - Jan. 21

M. Evening Shyamalan's Servant is again for a spooky season three on Jan. 21. 

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Billions (Showtime) - Jan. 23

Following Damian Lewis' departure from the collection, Billions is again for season six on Sunday, Jan. 23. 

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Promised Land (ABC) - Jan. 24

This epic household drama starring John Ortiz and Bellamy Younger follows two Latinx households who battle throughout generations for management of California's Sonoma Valley. 

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The Gilded Age (HBO Max) - Jan. 24

Louisa Jacobson performs a penniless Pennsylvania transplant who strikes in along with her rich aunts, performed by Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski, within the newest interval drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, set in 1880s New York. The Gilded Age premieres on HBO Max on Jan. 24. 


Snowpiercer (TNT) - Jan. 24

The wheel simply retains on turning for TNT's Snowpiercer, which returns for season three on Monday, Jan. 24.


Grown-ish (Freeform) - Jan. 27

The second half of season 4 returns to Freeform on January 27.

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Quick Foodies (truTV) - Jan. 27

Celeb visitors Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nikki Glaser and Reggie Watts cease by season two of truTV's Quick Foodies as Top Chef winners Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland compete to recreate favourite fast-food dishes.

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Walker (The CW) - Jan. 27

Walker is again on Jan. 27. 

Apple TV+

The Afterparty (AppleTV+) - Jan. 28

Tiffany Haddish stars within the new AppleTV+ ensemble thriller collection The Afterparty a few mysterious loss of life that occurs at a highschool reunion. The collection premieres on Jan. 28. 

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In From the Chilly (Netflix) - Jan. 28

Margarita Levieva stars as an American single mom whose life is turned the other way up after the CIA discovers she is a former Russian spy on this Netflix thriller, premiering Jan. 28. 


Elevating Dion (Netflix) - Feb. 1

Elevating Dion returns to Netflix for season two on Feb. 1. 


Candy Magnolias (Netflix) - Feb. 4

Candy Magnolias will return for a second season on Feb. 4.

Amazon Prime Video

The Legend of Vox Machina (Amazon Prime Video) - Feb. 4

Animated collection The Legend of Vox Machina launches on Amazon Prime Video on Feb. 4. 

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Dollface (Hulu) - Feb. 11

Kat Dennings, Brenda Track and extra stars are again in season two of the Hulu collection, premiering on Hulu Feb. 11.

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BEL-AIR (Peacock) - Feb. 13

The brand new recent prince of BEL-AIR will probably be topped on Feb. 13.

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Prime Video) - Feb. 18

Mavel tov, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is again for season four on Feb. 18! 

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