Spring is usually the slow season in TV land as networks finish out the season runs of their shows and focus on pilot season. But one slight pandemic silver-lining is that many shows that had to delay production have now completed their work, bringing tons of brand-new content for TV fans.

That said, warmer weather, longer days and vaccines are finally bringing people out of their homes and more TV might not be the first thing on their minds. That said, for those who are inclined, there’s plenty to check out in April. Let’s dive in:

April 1: Bravo’s Top Chef Portland (season 18)

April 1: HBO Max’s Made for Love

April 1: CBS’ United States of Al (series premiere)

April 7: ABC’s Home Economics (series premiere)

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April 7: The CW’s Kung Fu (series premiere)

April 8: ABC’s Rebel (series premiere)

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April 11: HBO’s The Nevers

April 11: AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead (season 6B premiere)

April 18: HBO’s Mare of Easttown, stars Kate Winslet (limited series)

April 20: Freeform’s Cruel Summer (two-hour series premiere)

April 23: Netflix’s Shadow and Bone (series premiere)

April 25: ABC’s 93rd Annual Academy Awards

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April 30: Apple TV+’s The Mosquito Coast (series premiere)

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