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The COVID-19 pandemic production stoppage was short-lived, and studios reached an agreement with IATSE, averting a strike. Thus the constant supply of television programs just continues flowing.

Not only does 2022 look to be a watershed year in television due to Marvel Studios’ further expansion of its mark on the medium with “Ms. Marvel” and “Moon Knight,” but also because of an extension of the “Star Wars” world with “Obi-Wan Kenobi.” Some programs expected (or just hoped) to debut in 2021 did not make it before the end of the year, pushing the date to 2022. This covers anything from the “Lord of the Rings” prequel on Amazon Prime Video to Peacock’s “Bel-Air” and Netflix’s “Inventing Anna.”

While this list just touches the surface of the hundreds of upcoming performances, it serves as a decent starting point. Take out your calendars and start making plans for weekend binges.

Bel-Air (Peacock)

The 1990s comedy “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” is being remade in a more serious style, with Jabari Banks taking over the lead role of Will. The hour-long series, which will air on NBCUniversal’s streaming service for two seasons, is set in the current day but is based on the original series’ premise: Will goes from West Philadelphia to the eponymous Bel-Air. Will Smith, who starred in the original, is an executive producer on the reboot, which wasT.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson created.

The Boondocks (HBO Max)

When Variety first announced that “The Boondocks” had been picked up for a revival series, the goal was for the show to premiere in the autumn of 2020. But that time passed — and with it, a whole fall season — without the program. Aaron McGruder, the original series creator, and showrunner has confirmed that it will be released in 2022.

Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (Netflix)

Episodic anthologies are few and far between, but they are among the most artistically fascinating show’s television has to offer right now because they immerse viewers in entirely new universes with each part. Those stories are certain to be boundary-pushing and genre-redefining, coming from the selection of filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, even if they all focus on or near horror.

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