With the end of winter and beginning of spring finally upon us, midseason television has arrived. Here at InStyle, we live and breathe TV, so when new shows hit the small screen, whether premiering for the first time or returning for a new season, we clear our schedules for the foreseeable future. RELATED: What to Watch on Netflix When Another Nor'easter Snow Storm Traps You Inside VIDEO: 3 Top Reality Shows by the Numbers If you're not sure what to watch in the coming weeks, we've got you covered with the below list. The lineup, which includes two series' returns after an extended hiatus, is comprised of book adaptations, comedies, and family dramas, as well as a live musical, psychological thriller, and a docu-series you'll want to eat right up (pun intended). Read on to find out everything you'll want to tune into this season.
Think your favorite stars only get from point A to point B in massive SUVs with tinted windows and an army of bodyguards? Think again. Sure, Hollywood’s best-known may drive themselves around Southern California if that’s what they call home, but those living in New York City—or any other major metropolitan area with solid public transportation—know that when it’s time to rush, there’s only one way to get somewhere quickly: the subway. That’s why for years, celebrities, like all of us, have been refilling their paper subway passes and swiping to hop on the train with the millions of people who do so regularly. Meryl Streep has done it in a floral dress. Emma Roberts does so wielding a backpack. Hillary Swank takes time to check her phone. And even the late, great King of Pop Michael Jackson has gone underground. Don’t believe us? We’ve got proof. RELATED VIDEO: Four Apps That Make You Money While Traveling Scroll to see big-time celebrities riding the subway.