Kimmy and Titus Return for the Final Episodes of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

I didn’t write a review for Season 4 of Kimmy Schmidt because I wanted to wait for the final episodes to drop. They chose to split the season in half, with the first six coming out last spring and now finally, the last bunch are here on January 25th. Not sure exactly why they chose to do it this way, but for what it’s worth the first six episodes were pretty great, and I hope the final ones live up to that so the show can go out on a high note. To me it’s always been one of the funniest, probably most underrated comedies around.

The Alvarez Family is Back in 'One Day at a Time' Season 3

Yay! Netflix’s One Day at a Time is back for its third season on February 8th. Justina Machado and Rita Moreno lead the ensemble on this show, which is a delightfully cheery, feel-good, unapologetically progressive sitcom about a working class Latino family in California. I wish it got more attention, because it really is deserving of the acclaim, especially when these kinds of sitcoms are mostly lame, outdated CBS stuff. This one is kind of a perfect, responsive antidote to the era we’re living in.

Frank Castle Battles Jigsaw in New 'Punisher' Trailer

The full trailer for the second (and likely final) season of The Punisher dropped today and it actually looks pretty good. Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle is back and doing his best punishing, looks like in order to protect a young girl played by Georgia Whigham. Ben Barnes is back as Jigsaw, the villain created in the bloody finale last season, and Amber Rose Revah as Agent Madani. Surprisingly, I guess that was it for Micro, who I figured was still going to be his sidekick, but he’s nowhere in sight in this trailer and apparently isn’t on the cast list for this season either. I do hear that Deborah Ann Woll will be back as Karen Page, so hopefully there’s some kind of closure to that storyline between them. The season is out on January 18th.

Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams in First Teaser for 'Fosse/Verdon'

Oooh, I bet this is gonna be good. A new, eight-part miniseries based on the book Fosse, is set to chronicle the relationship and partnership between Bob Fosse and his longtime partner and ex-wife, Broadway star Gwen Verdon, one of the great theater collaborations of all time. This might be something that only appeals to theater junkies who actually know these names (though for those who are unaware- Bob Fosse is the legendary choreographer and director responsible for many, many musicals, and whose movies include Cabaret and All That Jazz, so look him up), but the story is good enough to grab anyone and with these actors there’s already a lot of hype. It premieres in April on FX.

'The Punisher' Gets a Teaser and Premiere Date

Netflix has been dumping their Marvel shows in rapid succession, but Season 2 of The Punisher was already in the can, so my guess is they’ll let it come out and then, not long afterward, cancel it like the others. Same for Jessica Jones. They’re already whiffing on promotion for this new season, which is apparently dropping on January 18th and is only now getting a minimal teaser, which shows glimpses of the new villain Jigsaw, who had his origin story last season. If you’re a fan of this one, enjoy it while you can.