It's going to be a long, hot summer — thanks largely to the hunks taking over our television screens! Wonderwall.com is rounding up the cutest guys to watch out for on this year's crop of summer shows — and letting you know when to catch them, starting with a very important date: Aug. 7, 2019! That's the day the gang gets back together on FOX for "BH90210." That means fans of the classic teen soap "Beverly Hills, 90210" will get to see heartthrob Brandon Walsh again as Jason Priestley reprises his role on the reboot. (Fans of Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green will also get their Steve Sanders and David Silver fix.) Keep reading to see more of the hunks you'll see on the small screen this season…
Idris Elba is ready to heat up our summer on Season 5 of "Luther." The BBC cop drama sees Idris's John Luther hitting the streets of London once more to solve crime and thwart corruption.
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ABC's "Grand Hotel," which is set in Miami, is based on a Spanish telenovela, so you know things will get spicy. Expect to fall in love with Australian hunk Lincoln Younes. The young star plays Danny, the new hire at a fancy hotel who falls for the former owner's daughter. It heats up our TV screens starting June 18.
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Max Minghella is back on our small screens starting June 5 when "The Handmaid's Tale" returns to Hulu for its third season. Max plays Nick, the love interest of June, aka Offred, who was revealed as being an Eye — or a spy for Gilead. We can only imagine what will happen this season on the dystopian drama.
"The Fosters" spin-off "Good Trouble" is back for a second season on June 18, which means we'll get more Tommy Martinez as Gael, a tech startup employee working in Los Angeles who also happens to be easy on the eyes.
"Younger" is back! And with it, the age-old question — Team Josh or Team Charles? We're with Liza (played by Sutton Foster) on this one: Peter Hermann, who plays Liza's hunky boss, is our pick for the hottest man on this show, which returns on June 12 . But for those who prefer Josh…
Nico Tortorella will also be returning to TV Land for Season 6 of "Younger." Catch the star playing his adorable character, Josh, when it premieres on June 12.
There are plenty of reasons to be excited for Season 2 of "Big Little Lies" when it comes back June 10 — one of which is newcomer Mo McRae, who plays second grade teacher Michael Perkins on the hit HBO show. We can't wait to see what kind of trouble everyone gets into!
"The Hills" are alive again on June 24! The reboot "The Hills: New Beginnings" follows returning hunk Brody Jenner's escapades in Los Angeles. You can also expect to see Spencer Pratt and Frankie Delgado on the updated MTV classic.
Children of the '90s, listen up! For all you ladies who grew up with a crush on Josh Server, we have great news. The heartthrob returns to Nickelodeon on June 15 when his old show "All That" gets a reboot. And joining him for the debut episode? The season's first musical guest — the Jonas Brothers! That's a whole lot of eye candy for one episode.
Showtime brings us a dose of Kevin Bacon as he stars as a corrupt yet respected FBI veteran in "City on a Hill" beginning on June 16. The Boston-set series is a crime drama from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
The third seasons of "Harlots" debuts on Hulu on July 10. And now that "Game of Thrones" is over, it's the only place to see Alfie Allen! He joins the cast as Isaac Pincher, a rival pimp on the period drama set in 18th century London.
On July 26, Hulu is bringing back a beloved series: "Veronica Mars." The reboot will include one of our very favorite Veronica beaus — Jason Dohring — so there will certainly be someone to crush on when we head back to Neptune.
Got a thing for Jonathan Byers? Charlie Heaton will be back on your screens starting July 4 when "Stranger Things" returns to Netflix for Season 3. But maybe you're more of a Steve Harrington fan…
For those partial to Joe Keery, he'll also be back on your streaming service screens when "Stranger Things" returns to Netflix with a new season starting on the Fourth of July. Get your snacks ready for a major binge session!
The Lifetime dramedy "American Princess" debuts June 2 and promises plenty of entertainment as well as some eye candy in the form of Lucas Neff. The former "Raising Hope" star becomes the titular character's love interest after Amanda, the Upper East Side socialite played by Georgia Flood, runs away from her own wedding to join a Renaissance Faire.