The Voice, Feb. 26 (NBC): Kelly Clarkson makes her debut as a judge on NBC's singing competition.
Good Girls, Feb. 26 (NBC): The new series follows three suburban women, Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks and Retta, who rob a supermarket to get some desperately needed cash.
iZombie, Feb. 26 (CW): Liv Moore, a zombie who fights crimes by eating the brains of murder victims, returns for her fourth season.
Final Space, Feb. 26 (TBS): The animated comedy follows an astronaut as he explores the edge of the universe.
Living Biblically, Feb. 26 (CBS): The debut comedy follows a man going through major life changes who decides to try and live his life according to Biblical law.
McMafia, Feb. 26 (AMC): A man gets pulled into the world of his organized crime family in this new drama.
UnREAL, Feb. 26 (Lifetime): This series at the drama behind a fictitious reality show returns for its third season.
Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and Biggie, Feb. 27 (USA): The limited series will take a look back at the muders of the two iconic rappers.
Survivor: Ghost Island, Feb. 28 (CBS): For its 36th season, the show will have its new contestants learning from the mistakes of Survivors in the past.
The Looming Tower, Feb. 28 (Hulu): The limited series, based on the book by Lawrence Wright, looks at the events that led to the Sept. 11 attacks.
DESIGNATED SURVIVOR - "Grief" - It's been ten weeks since his wife, Alex, was killed in a car accident; and President Kirkman's senior staff insist he seek professional help in dealing with his loss, forcing him to reluctantly see therapist Dr. Adam Louden (Timothy Busfield). Meanwhile, FBI Agent Hannah Wells and Aaron Shore travel to Cuba as part of a trade delegation, but the trip does not go according to plan. With lives in the balance, Kirkman is challenged with a decision that will test his role as commander in chief during this time of personal tragedy, on the midseason return of ABC's "Designated Survivor," WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Sven Frenzel)
Atlanta, March 1 (FX): Emmy winner Donald Glover returns for a second season as he tries to navigate the Atlanta rap scene.
A.P. Bio, March 1 (NBC): After two previews, including an episode after the Olympics Closing Ceremony, the new high school comedy settles into its Thursday night.
Once Upon a Time, March 2 (ABC): The swashbuckling fairy-tale show begins its last batch of episodes before its series finale in May.
The Oscars, March 4 (ABC): Jimmy Kimmel returns as host with Guillermo del Toro’s 'The Shape of Waters' leading the nominees.
The Good Fight, March 4 (CBS All Access): 'The Good Wife' spin-off, starring Christine Baranski, returns to CBS's streaming service for a second season.
Heathers, March 7 (Paramount): The new series is a modern-day take on the 1988 movie of the same name.
Life Sentence, March 7 (CW): Stella has to face the consequences of her decisions now that her life-threatening cancer is cured.
Hard Sun, March 7 (Hulu): The British drama, which follows two police officers investigating a potentially cosmic event, makes its U.S. streaming debut.
Marvel's Jessica Jones, March 8 (Netflix): The dark Marvel series, starring Krysten Ritter, returns for its second season on Netflix.
Champions, March 8 (NBC): A gym owner finds out he has a teenager son in this comedy, which was co-created by Mindy Kaling.