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It's summer, which means all the networks are starting to release trailers for their new shows and shows coming back.

There's nothing better than catching a glimpse of your fave show returning and having to get the DVR prepared for all the upcoming recordings. has composed this great list of new TV show trailers you absolutely need to add to your watch list.

The CW

1. Life Sentence (premieres Midseason)

Pretty Little Liars queen Lucy Hale plays a 20-something woman named Stella who gets some surprising news: She's not dying.


Here's the backstory: Eight years before, Stella was diagnosed with cancer and was told she'd die from it.

So she lived her life to the fullest from that point forwardβ€”which, to her, meant dropping out of school, quitting her job, going skydiving, and pretending like the future wasn't a thing.

But now she's cancer-free and has to go back to living a normal, stable life.2

That's the central story, which seems like a non-issue at first but actually creates some good drama.

How does Stella find a job with zero skills?

How do her relationships change?

We're excited to find out.

2. Dynasty (premieres Fall 2017)

Your first look at the highly-anticipated Dynasty reboot is here!

Gossip Girl and The O.C.

masterminds Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are the brains behind this revival, which chronicles the knock-down, drag-out feud between a wealthy socialite and her father's new (and potentially gold-digging) fiancΓ©.

Admittedly, the show plays on mean-girl tropes, but it's done with a tongue-in-cheek wink that makes it funny (as opposed to just reductive).

Dynasty is in on its own campy joke, which is why it works.

3. Valor (premieres Fall 2017)

Valor is your standard military drama.

The show follows a group of highly-trained soldiers (sidebar: What soldiers aren't highly-trained?) as they attempt to rescue two of their own from a hostage situation.

The premise probably isn't enough to hook youβ€”but the central character of the story, a conflicted female soldier named Nora (Christina Ochoa), certainly is.

Black Lightning (premieres Midseason)
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