The three series will all debut Sunday, April 8. “Nurse Jackie” will lead off the night at 9 p.m. ET, followed by “The Big C” at 9:30 and “The Borgias” at 10.
The spring shows will take over for the cable channel’s current Sunday lineup of “Shameless,” “House of Lies” and “Californication.”
Season 4 of “Nurse Jackie” will find Jackie (Edie Falco) struggling to stay sober and butting heads with a new hospital administrator (Bobby Cannavale) who wants to make operations more efficient. Guest stars for the season include Rosie Perez, Joel Grey and Falco’s former “Sopranos” co-star Aida Turturro.
“The Big C” will pick up soon after the Season 2 finale, with Cathy (Laura Linney) and her family dealing with the fallout from those events — and Andrea (Gabourey Sidibe) still really mad about being left at the altar.
On Season 2 of “The Borgias,” Pope Alexander VI (Jeremy Irons) vows revenge against the noble houses who have opposed him, but he’s also facing a threat from within his own family.