The Best New Shows That Premiered in 2017
This list contains information about the best new shows of 2017, ranked from best to worst by user votes. 2017 was an amazing year for new television series. Suspenseful crime shows, hilarious comedies, and dramatic miniseries all kept fans entertained from January 1 – December 31, 2017. Whether you prefer Hulu, HBO, Netflix, Amazon, or network television, the new 2017 TV shows were top tier.
What shows will you find on this best new shows of 2017 list? Twin Peaks: The Return has to be near the top. David Lynch and Mark Frost recruited the original cast of Twin Peaks to join them over 25 years after its conclusion for a 2017 limited run on Showtime. Disturbing and dramatic, Twin Peaks: The Return kept viewers engaged from beginning to end. The Orville was another good 2017 premiere.
The Handmaid's Tale, starring Elisabeth Moss, won eight Emmy Awards for its debut season in 2017. Other great new tv shows of 2017 include Riverdale, Ozark, and The Deuce.
What are the best new 2017 series? Vote your favorites up to the top of this list and please add any good shows we may have missed.
The Good DoctorFreddie Highmore, Hill Harper, Richard Schiff
- Genres: Drama
Rotten Tomatoes score: 58%A young autistic surgeon who has savant syndrome joins a prestigious hospital's surgical unit.
- Genres: Action,Drama,Science Fiction
Rotten Tomatoes score: 61%A former Marine becomes embroiled in a military conspiracy while trying to punish criminals.
- Genres: Drama,Science Fiction
Rotten Tomatoes score: 95%A woman forced into sexual servitude struggles to survive in a terrifying, totalitarian society.
- Genres: Drama,Thriller
Rotten Tomatoes score: 36%A therapist develops intimate and possibly dangerous relationships with people in patients' lives.
- Genres: Drama
Rotten Tomatoes score: 92%The seemingly perfect lives of three mothers of first-graders begin to unravel, leading to murder.
- Genres: Crime,Drama,Thriller
Rotten Tomatoes score: 96%FBI agents develop new techniques that allow them to pursue criminals.