Now that we’re halfway through February, it’s time to look ahead to what’s premiering in March.

In the past, tradition held that midseason shows bowed in January (and sometimes February). But with the plethora of TV available nowadays (broadcast, cable, streaming), the equation has changed a bit — hence new shows premiering as the winter months slowly morph into spring.

Here’s a look at the prime-time network shows coming down the pike next month. (Hint: time travel is big.)

As its title implies, “Chicago Justice” revolves around the prosecutors and investigators at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. Stars Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Monica Barbara, Jon Seda and Joelle Carter — and is Dick Wolf’s fourth Windy City entry. How long until that logistical nightmare — a “Chicago Justice” crossover episode with “Chicago PD,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago Fire” ­— hits the air? “Chicago Justice” moves to its regular Sunday night timeslot March 5.

This time travel drama revolves around a young H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma) as he tools around in the time machine he created and chases his friend, Dr. John Stevenson (John Bowman) — who’s suspected of being Jack the Ripper. The series incorporates storylines from some of Wells’ novels (he did write “The Time Machine,” after all).

Sitcom that follows three friends from two different centuries as they balance time travel (there it is again) and their everyday lives. Stars Adam Pally (“Happy Endings”), Leighton Meester (“Gossip Girl”) and Yassir Lester (“Key and Peele”).

Eight-episode series about the legendary feud between Hollywood legends Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) and Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange). Judy Davis co-stars as gossip columnist (and onetime actress) Hedda Hopper.

Sitcom about a New York lawyer (Nicholas D’Agosto) who’s transplanted to a small Southern town to defend an eccentric poetry professor (John Lithgow) accused of killing his wife. (He put 911 on hold because the cable guy was calling.) Sherri Shepherd, Jayma Mays, Steven Boyer and Krysta Rodriguez co-star.

New reality competition series teams 10 expert survivalists with “pampered partners” in the Fiji jungle as they face tough challenges together — and compete for a $500,000 cash prize.

This 10-episode “event series” delves into the aftermath of two racially charged shootings in a small Southern town. A-list cast includes Mack Wilds (“The Wire”), Sanaa Lathan, Stephan James, Helen Hunt (her first TV role in forever), Richard Dreyfuss and Stephen Moyer.

Here’s a look at some notable shows returning in March:

Little Big Shots” and “Shades of Blue” (NBC)
The Last Man on Earth” (Fox)

The Americans” (FX)

Underground” (WGN America)
Designated Survivor” (ABC)
Survivor” (CBS)

The Catch” (ABC)

American Crime” (ABC)

The Originals” (The CW)
Animals” (HBO)

Into the Badlands” (AMC)

Empire” (Fox)

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