This is a list of TV shows airing in the UK that have gone off air for a mid-season break in the UK and are due to return. This is NOT a full list of our shows.
TV Shows Returning From Mid-Season Breaks UK 2018
Tom Ellis stars in this DC adaptation as the Prince of Hell who moves to Los Angeles. Should return the day after the US on Amazon Prime.
Fantasy sitcom about Eleanor (Kristen Bell), who is killed and ends up in the afterlife. Her facilitator Micheal (Ted Danson) tells her she is in ‘the good place’ due to her good deeds… Except, she hasn’t done those good deeds… It’s an admin error… Can she hide her past and manage to stay, or will she get sent to ‘the bad place’?
The theme of stalking is turned into a comedy, a musical comedy at that, with a girl setting her sights on a former school boyfriend.
Historical drama from US channel History, first UK run courtesy of Amazon Prime, then airing on the History Channel UK.
New X-Men based tv series starring Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker as parents who have to take their family on the run after they discover their children have mutant abilities.
Spinoff from The Closer, and performing well. Usually airs a couple of months after the US.
A Miami woman is artificially and accidentally inseminated. Dropped by E4, but rescued by Netflix.
Strike Back, strikes back! The show returns with a new cast (and more things exploding).
The very long running crime drama returns to Universal.
A spin-off from Chicago Fire – this one set in a hospital… which isn’t on fire… I hope… That wouldn’t be good…
The long running medical show is still going.
Sullivan Stapleton stars in this crime drama centring on a woman with tattoos of crimes needing to be solved.
The worst of American criminals continue to be dramatically showcased.
The costly comedy usually returns shortly after the U.S. Return date for season 11b is our estimate, based on the fact they are rerunning 2 episodes of S11 every Thursday at the moment.
The US cable ratings monster (about undead monsters) returns.
From the guys behind Arrow, Grant Gustin dons the speedster outfit to take on the role of Barry Allen aka The Flash.
Originally paired with Modern Family on Sky1, The Middle has been on Comedy Central since season 5.
Arthur Darvill and Brandon Routh star in DC’s stab at creating a TV series not in support of their cinematic universe. A time traveller has to bring together forces of good and bad to fight some kind of a threat. In an interesting Prison Break reunification, Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller also star.
Stephen Amell returns as Green Arrow to try and not ‘fail this city’.
American political thriller. First two seasons aired on More4, then moved to Sky Living from season 3.
Kiefer Sutherland returns to our screens as a US cabinet member that finds himself becoming president after all the people above him in the presidential line are killed.
Medical Drama From House’s David Shore starring Bates Motel’s Freddie Highmore about a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome.
The Griffins move to their new home on ITV2.
Once Upon A Time is back in the UK on Netflix. New episodes being added every Saturday.
Greg Berlanti’s rather darker take on Archie Comics returns!
The classic 80’s soap about the feuding Carrington and Colby families is rebooted.
The firefighters and medics of Engine 51 are back in the UK courtesy of Sky Living.
From the team behind Flash/Arrow comes Melissa Benoist as Supergirl, Kara Zor-El, cousin of Superman, who was sent away from Krypton and taken in by by the Danvers family where she hides her identity as Kara Danvers. NOTE: Although it’s starting later this year, it’s later on The CW too, so after the first 4 episodes air in the UK, we’ll only be 1 week behind the US as normal.
The clever lawyers are back on our television for a new season. Now premiering on Netflix weekly.
America’s biggest comedy returns.
Tea Leoni is the Secretary of State with a CIA background.