Note: While advertising the "midseason finale" is popular now, we're only are doing spotlights for shows that took a longer break over many weeks or months, not shows that had the normal month or so break over the holidays. However, you'll find the return dates for many of those shows at the bottom of the page.
Community has had such a strange path at this point, but still, the show has managed to make it to Season 5, which would be a major accomplishment all on its own. But fans are really excited by the return of Dan Harmon, as the fired creator of the series makes a rather miraculous return after a year away. Adjustments will have to be made with Chevy Chase gone and Donald Glover only appearing in five episodes, but there's a lot more confidence from Community's loyal fandom this season, now that Harmon and Chris McKenna have returned to run the series.
This ABC miniseries -- produced by a subdivision of ABC News -- tells the true story of CIA counter-intelligence officer Sandy Grimes (Jodie Whittaker). In 1985, Grimes vows to find the mole that would turn out to be the most notorious traitor in US History.
In his first series since Lost, Josh Holloway stars as a government agent upgraded with a super computer in his head, giving him knowledge and abilities far beyond a normal man. Yes, the concept it similar to Chuck, though Intelligence is less comic, while still going for a fun, action-adventure feel. Holloway's co-stars include Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time) and Marg Helgenberger (CSI).
Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer stars as a Texas Ranger, in this new series executive produced by Sofia Vergara. Helfer is joined by her fellow BSG alum Michael Trucco, as her character, Molly Parker, puts the beat down on the bad guys.
Season 5 has a new showrunner taking over behind-the-scenes this year, Blake McCormick, who has written for the series since 2010. Courteney Cox will be joined by an old Friend this year, as Matthew Perry becomes the latest alum of Cox's former NBC sitcom to guest star on Cougar Town.
The ever-badass Raylan Givens returns for Season 5 of this underrated series. This year, we're going to meet the family of Dewey Crowe (Damon Herriman), led by Michael Rapaport's Dale Crowe, Jr. And while Dewey hasn't been so threatening, the rest of the Crowes may be another matter... Meanwhile, Jere Burns receives a long-deserved promotion to series regular status as Wynn Duffy.
It's the final season of Psych... Unless it's not! The longest-running series currently airing new episodes on USA, Psych returns for Season 8 and what is presumed to be its final 10 episodes. Only the network still has yet to actually confirm that's the case, so for now, we'll have to wait and see if this is the end for Shawn and Gus. In the meantime, look for the return of Cary Elwes and a new recurring for Mira Sorvino, plus homages to Guy Ritchie movies and an episode, A Nightmare on State Street, voted for by fans and featuring the Bella Twins from WWE.
This cop-centric spinoff of Chicago Fire centers around Jason Beghe's Sergeant Hank Voight, along with several other characters, many of whom were introduced on Chicago Fire as well in the past few months. Among the cast are Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill) and Elias Koteas (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), while Kelli Giddish and Ice-T will guest star as their Law & Order: SVU characters, firmly establishing the Chicago Fire-related shows exist within the larger Dick Wolf-created web of series.
The Spoils of Babylon
IFC presents a six-episode comedic miniseries in the vein of old school epics like The Thorn Birds and Winds Of War. Produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Funny Or Die, the miniseries follows the story of the Morehouse family, oil tycoons whose lives are full of sex, intrigue, and good old-fashioned drama. Ferrell himself appears and he has assembled quite the all-star cast, including Tobey Maguire, Kristen Wiig, Tim Robbins, Jessica Alba, Val Kilmer, Haley Joel Osment, and Michael Sheen.
Scrubs writing alum and Cougar Town co-creator Kevin Biegel is behind this military-themed comedy. Geoff Stults (The Finder), Chris Lowell (Veronica Mars) and Parker Young (Suburgatory) star as three brothers, stationed together at the same Florida military base, where they are assigned to a less than esteemed troop. Keith David and Angelique Cabral also star.
Banshee: Season 2 returns with the resolution of the big Season 1 cliffhanger, as the son of the real Lucas Hood discovers the fake Lucas Hood (Anthony Starr) and Rabbit returns after his daughter took a shot at him. With more than one threat to contend with, Lucas, never one to do anything in half measures, takes both Proctor and Rabbit head on.
Battlestar Galactica's Ron Moore returns to Syfy for this new series, about a team of scientists who travel to the Arctic to investigate a possible disease outbreak. However, there is much more going on than initially meets the eye, as the virus begins to evolve. Billy Campbell (The Rocketeer, The 4400) stars as a scientist whose brother was among those first infected.
Season 4 begins with Frank now sober (and with a new haircut!) and Fiona holding down a good job. Are things finally looking up for the Gallaghers? Well, we wouldn't hold our breath that it'll last too long...
HBO brings the impressive duo of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson to cable with this new crime series following a Louisiana murder investigation which spans the course of nearly 20 years. If you're wondering how HBO got such busy film actors to commit to a series, keep in mind that if True Detective continues, it will take a page from American Horror Story and tell a completely different story when it returns.
Writer/actress/creator Lena Dunham's early-adulthood angst series Girls is headed into its third season with Hannah set to discover that she does indeed hate nature and embrace the liberating power of saying 'no' to the s*** you hate. With plenty of therapizing (both in and out of actual therapy sessions), dating, and outwardly expressed character introspection on tap, fans of the series are in for a whole lot more of what they love.
House of Lies
Kristen Bell’s Jeanie and Don Cheadle’s Marty are set to continue their on again, off again workplace dalliance when this dramedy centered on the cutthroat world of management consulting returns. With guest stars such as Eliza Coupe, Mekhi Phifer and T.I. joining the fun, things are bound to be as full of nasty, underhanded dealings seasoned with sex and love as ever.
The Hollywood satire returns for nine new episodes this year, as the story of a charming English TV's show's remake being corrupted in the hands of American studio meddling continues. Revolution's Tracy Spiridakos will guest star as a family member of Morning Randolph (Mircea Monroe). Showtime must be happy with the series, given they've already renewed it for Season 4.
The Canadian supernatural crime drama heads into its fourth season premiere with a few outstanding questions to address and a very special guest star. George Takei is set to make an appearance on the show, as the mystery surrounding seductress/succubus Bo’s whereabouts unfolds and we find out if Tamsen and Dyson survived.
Season 4 picks up with everyone trying to cope with Josh permanently a wolf, though the full moon has a very different effect on him now. Aiden meanwhile meets a woman who looks an awful lot like his long lost wife, while Sally finds herself trapped alone with the witch, Donna. Mark Pellegrino will return to guest star as Bishop.
The FX animated comedy is set to move to a new night for its fifth season, as the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS) makes its home on Mondays. Lana's pregnant, but with the father yet to be revealed and “big changes” teased for the coming season, fans can no doubt expect the unexpected – and the hilariously inappropriate – from creator Adam Reed.
Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, V) continues to build her genre credentials, starring in this new Canadian-produced series making its way to Syfy. Based on a popular series of books, Bitten focuses on Elena Michaels, the lone female werewolf in existence. Elena has tried to abandon her pack, until a series of deaths leads her back to them.
The new FX animated comedy from producers of both Eastbound & Down (including Danny McBride) and Archer follows its title character, Chozen, a gay, white rapper fresh out of prison. Armed with a new message and a new world view shaped by his time in prison, Chozen is on a quest for redemption and to claim his rightful position as the world’s top rap artist. The voice cast features Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress, Michael Pena, Nick Swardson, Kathryn Hahn, and Method Man.
Fans were happy to learn that ABC's sweet but ratings-challenged series had been renewed for Season 3, but it came with a price. With the budget cut, Rex Lee and Alan Tudyk have been cut from the cast as series regulars, though we'll see Tudyk at least a few times. Geoff Pierson (Dexter) will also guest star as George's father.
HitRECord on TV!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is bringing HitRECord, his artists collective website -- which he describes as "an open-collaborative production company" -- to television with HitRECord on TV. Gordon-Levitt will host and produce what is being called a "re-imagining of the variety show” that will feature music, short films and conversational interviews with each episode focused on a different theme. The series is set to launch on Participant Media’s new “millennial” network Pivot.
Rejoice sleuthing fans! Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are set to return in the long-awaited third season of Sherlock. After faking his own death, Sherlock must find his way back to Baker Street and to John Watson, the latter of whom has made a good show of moving on with his life. The first episode of the new series, entitled “The Empty Hearse,” is said to take place "two years after the devastating effects of The Reichenbach Fall, during which time Dr. John Watson has got on with his life. New horizons, romance and a comforting domestic future beckon." Thankfully, Season 3 will debut just 18 days after the UK (where it premieres January 1st) this year, rather than the months-long gap fans endured in previous seasons.
After a prologue dealing with some life or death scenarios from the Season 1 cliffhanger, Season 2 of The Following picks up a year later with Ryan Hardy seemingly in a much better place than we've ever seen him. But a new case opens up old wounds and the big lingering question... Is Joe Carroll truly dead? One thing we know for sure is James Purefoy is still on the series, but the cast and producers are staying quiet on the exact "how" of it all.
HBO's latest series about a city-dwelling group of pals (see Sex and the City, Entourage, Girls) and their lives and loves, Looking focuses on a group of gay friends in San Francisco. Jonathan Groff (Glee) plays the central character,video game developer Patrick.
Workaholics goes into Season 4 as a show that's managed to build its fandom as it has continued. Comedy Central certainly has noticed that, as the show was renewed last year through Season 5 as well.
Based on the Australian drama series of the same name, Rake follows the life of criminal defense lawyer Keegan Deane (Greg Kinnear). Described as “brilliant, frustratingly charming and with zero filter,” Keegan’s staggering lack of discretion and inability to self-censor land him the cases that nobody else will touch. He always tries to do the right thing, but at the same time struggles to save himself from the many self-destructive elements that plague his own life, such as his overindulgence of various excesses, including women and gambling.
The new pirate adventure series from executive producer Michael Bay centers on the tales of Captain Flint and his men, twenty years prior to Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Treasure Island. Described as “the most brilliant and most feared pirate captain of his day,” Flint takes on a fast-talking young addition to his crew who goes by the name John Silver. Together they fight for survival on New Providence Island, the most notorious criminal haven of its day – a debauched paradise teeming with pirates, prostitutes, thieves and fortune seekers, a place defined by both its enlightened ideals and its stunning brutality.
Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond
Dominic Cooper (Captain America) plays the title character in this four-part miniseries focused on the story of Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond. The bulk of the miniseries focuses on Fleming's time during World War II serving Britain's Naval Intelligence Division, which would greatly influence his oh-so famous character. Lara Pulver (Da Vinci's Demons, Sherlock) also stars as Fleming's eventual wife, Ann Charteris.
This new serialized thriller begins when a school bus of children are kidnapped - including the president's child and several other kids whose parents are highly influential and powerful people. Gillian Anderson takes on her first regular role on a network series since The X-Files, alongside Dermot Mulroney and Rachael Taylor.
The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead returns in February with the first of eight additional episodes to complete Season 4. With the group now separated and on the run from the demolished prison, those who wanted to see things “back on the road” should have a lot to look forward to. Comic fans will definitely be keeping an eye out for the appearance of Josh McDermitt (Retired at 35) as Dr. Eugene Porter, Christian Serratos (Twilight) as Rosita, and Michael Cudlitz (Southland) as Army Sgt. Abraham Ford. Begin your guesses now about where things are headed…
House of Cards
The second season of Netflix’s Emmy-nominated series will be available to stream beginning on February 14, Valentine’s Day. Nothing says snuggles and love like Francis and Claire Underwood (Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright) hatching Machiavellian plans in the barracuda infested cesspool that is Washington politics. Swoon. This season finds Frances as the newly appointed Vice President of the United States, on a mission to secure his power base and eliminate all threats.
The CW's recent turn towards more genre material continues here, albeit mixed with the high school, soapy trappings we also associated with the network in the past. There's a bit of District 9 meets Romeo and Juliet at work in this story of an alien race arriving on Earth, where they are promptly put in interment camps. Several years later, an experiment in integration begins with a group of teenaged aliens entering a high school, where one of the aliens (Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Matt Lanter) begins a forbidden relationship with a human girl (Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden).
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon becomes the sixth host of the talk show institution, which first began in 1954. It's a big step for the former SNL star turned Late Night host, who will be joined behind-the-scenes by SNL's producer, Lorne Michaels.
Late Night With Seth Meyers
Meyers becomes the third SNL alum to take over the post-Tonight Show slot, following Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Fallon, and specifically the second, after Fallon, to previously serve as SNL's Weekend Update host. Don't look for any huge deviations in the tried but true format, as Meyers as said he's going with the style people expect from these series.
Centered around Union, a high-end bar in Manhattan’s trendy meat-packing district, the new ABC comedy follows Tom (Blake Lee) who’s been recently dumped by his finance and hasn’t been out on the town in a decade. His best friends, handsome, confident Cal (Craig Frank) and fast-talking Bruce (Andrew Santino), are determined to get Tom back into the dating pool. Their efforts bring the three into contact with all manner of nefarious New York City characters. Hijinks likely ensue, in this high concept comedy, which takes the 24-like approach of its entire season taking place over one night in the bar.
The very cool FX series about KGB agents posing as a suburban couple in 1980s America returns for a second season. With Paige having come to suspect something is being hidden from her and her brother by her parents, look for more of a focus on the Jennings' children this year. And while Margo Martindale is now on CBS's The Millers, she will still return for at least one episode.
Vikings: Season 2 will see Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) adjusting to his new title as Earl and his alliance with King Horrik (Donal Logue). Ragnar's new power and ever-growing wanderlust come with consequences as loyalties are tested, plots are hatched and his home life is threatened. Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games) and Linus Roache (Batman Begins, Law & Order) join the cast as Ragnar's warrior son Bjorn and King Ecbert of Wessex, respectively.
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein return for Season 4 of their Portland-centric sketch comedy series. Guest stars this season include Vanessa Bayer (Saturday Night Live), Kirsten Dunst (Spider-Man), Joshua Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), singer-songwriter K.D. Lang, Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver), Silas Weir Mitchell (Grimm), Maya Rudolph (SNL) and Olivia Wilde (Her, House).
One of 2013's best new series, Hannibal's ratings didn't match its quality, but thankfully, it received a well-deserved renewal. Season 2 will pick up where Season 1 left off, with Will Graham having taken the fall for the crimes committed by Hannibal Lecter. Gillian Anderson will return for a couple of episodes, while we'll also see more of Raúl Esparza as Dr. Chilton, given the new patient in his care.
Premiere: February (Exact Date TBA)
Comedian Jim Jefferies returns for the second season of his series, where he plays a fictionalized version of himself, as the show makes the move to FXX. Look for Carrie Fisher to guest star as a powerful Hollywood executive who takes an interest in Jim's career after seeing him perform.
Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time's winter finale had some pretty huge changes occur, with the seeming destruction of Storybrooke and all of the fairy tale characters returning home. When the show returns in March, Emma and Henry have no memory of their time with their fairy tale friends, even as a new crisis reunites them. Look for the debut of Rebecca Mader (Lost) as the Wicked Witch of Oz.
This new ABC series begins with the discovery of an 8-year old boy, who is escorted home by an immigration official (Omar Epps) to his small town in Missouri, only for it to turn out this child had died decades before. How he is alive and why he hasn't aged are the key questions... along with whether he's the only one among the town's deceased who might be back.
Having created a critically acclaimed series that ran for two episodes (Lone Star), followed by a critically acclaimed series that lasted for 13 (Awake), Kyle Killen returns with a more procedural story here. Mind Games focuses on two brothers (Christian Slater and Steve Zahn) running a company that employs solutions based on psychological manipulation to help their clients out of various jams, while navigating Zahn's character's own mental issues.
Denis Leary and Wedding Crashers/We're the Millers writer Bob Fisher are producing this US version of the short-lived UK series of the same name (itself based on a book). Michael Mosley (Scrubs), Kevin Daniels (Modern Family) and Kevin Bigley (Coco & Ruby) star in the half hour comedy, focused on three Chicago-based EMTs.
Yet another new genre series from The CW, The 100 is set 97 years after a nuclear war left Earth unlivable. Only a few thousand humans are left, living onboard a space station, but in a society where any crime is punishable by death for those above 18, it is decided that 100 juvenile delinquents will be sent to Earth to discover if the planet is now inhabitable again. Suffice to say, the 100 of the title soon discover some huge and unforeseen dangers, while back on the space station, a struggle for power plays out.
Premiere: March (Exact Date TBA)
Bates Motel is taking reservations for their grand reopening in March. Norma and Norman welcome you back into their cozy homestead where, from what we’ve seen in the teasers, there will be plenty more blood, taxidermy, and questionable mother/son bonding on tap. Last season ended with a cliffhanger that will likely play out over the first several episodes. Meanwhile, both the Bates’ are set to get new love-interests this year… In addition to each other, that is.
The buzz for Orphan Black rightfully grew and grew in 2013, understandably centered on the truly phenomenal performance from Tatiana Maslany. Suffice to say, there's a lot more hype going into Season 2, as we learn more about the latest clone we met in Season 1, Rachel, and Sarah continues her quest to discover the full truth behind she and the other clones' origins. Meanwhile, can someone please make sure Cosima is okay?!
Premiere: April (Exact date TBA)
Californication will come to an end this year, with Showtime announcing the upcoming Season 7 is the final one. Look for new roles for The Sopranos' Michael Imperioli as a TV producer, 24's Mary Lynn Rajskub as a neurotic writer and Boogie Nights' Heather Graham as a mystery woman from Hank Moody's past.
Premiere: April (Exact Date TBA)
Season 7 of Seth Green and Matt Senreich's long-running Adult Swim hit will include new parody targets like Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Game of Thrones (including voice guests George R.R. Martin, Sean Bean and Maisie Williams) and, going old school, Dino-Riders... with the theme song sung by Sebastian Bach! Also in the works is a new DC Comics Special.
Game of Thrones
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Based roughly on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, the fourth season of HBO’s epic fantasy series will also likely include elements from some of the other books, as well as some series-created events/characterizations. We’ve seen very little of the upcoming season, just a few glimpses of Tyrion bound in chains, a taste of what looks to be Joffrey’s wedding, and Jamie in far better shape than when last we saw him, all mixed into HBO’s year-end trailer. But rest assured, winter is well on its way (this spring).
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
The Skyfall team of John Logan and Sam Mendes re-team to executive produce this new series, written by Logan, which includes classic horror characters like Dracula, Van Helsing, Dorian Gray and Dr. Frankenstein. Set in Victorian London, Penny Dreadful stars Josh Harnett as an American -- described as a "fake cowboy" -- who comes across Green's character, “a seductive and formidable beauty full of secrets and danger.”
Da Vinci's Demons
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
David Goyer (Man of Steel) has added two noted comic book creators to the writing staff for Season 2, Jonathan Hickman and Matt Fraction. This year, Da Vinci continues his search for the legendary Book of Leaves while trying to learn the truth about his mother. Carolina Guerra will play a new character - a high priestess from the Inca Empire.
Growing Up Fisher
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Jason Bateman executive produces and narrates his new comedy about an 11-year old boy, Henry (Eli Baker), dealing with the split of his parents (J. K. Simmons and Jenna Elfman) and his father Mel's blindness - which becomes an amplified issue when Mel gets a new guide dog, leaving Henry, who's always helped Mel get around, feeling replaced.
About a Boy
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
A new version of the book turned hit Hugh Grant movie may initially inspire skepticism, but the big reason to be optimistic is that this series comes from Jason Katims. The executive producer of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood moves the story to America, following a single guy (David Walton) who forms a bond with the son (Benjamin Stockham) of the single mother (Minnie Driver) who lives next door to him.
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Coming off of his hugely successful Gravity, acclaimed filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón debuts his first TV series with this tale of a young girl (Johnny Sequoyah) born with special powers and the different groups seeking to either exploit or protect her. Cuarón co-wrote and directed the pilot to the series, which is also executive produced by a guy you may have heard of named J.J. Abrams. Jake McLaughlin, Delroy Lindo, Jamie Chung and Sienna Guillory also star.
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Craig Silverstein follows up his terrific work on Nikita with a very different spy tale. Based on a true story, the series follows the origins of the Culper Ring, America's first spy ring, who were formed during the Revolutionary War. Jamie Bell (King Kong, Tintin) and Heather Lind (Boardwalk Empire) star.
From Dusk Till Dawn
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Robert Rodriguez is launching a new cable channel this year, El Rey, which will include cult movies along with original programming. The first series produced for El Rey will be From Dusk Till Dawn, with Rodriguez adapting his own film, serving as executive producer and director on the first two episodes. The cast includes Wilmer Valderrama, D.J. Cotrona, Zane Holtz, Robert Patrick and Adrianne Palicki.
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
Mike Judge (Beavis and Butt-head, King of the Hill, Office Space) produces his first HBO series with this comedic look at life in the modern computer industry. The cast includes Thomas Middleditch, TJ Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani and Martin Starr.
Power Rangers Super Megaforce
Premiere: Spring (TBA)
No, we don't usually write much about the newer Power Rangers series, but the new season -- Super Megaforce -- is one old school fans will want to take note of. As part of an upcoming storyline celebrating the 20th anniversary of Power Rangers, several former cast members will appear, including Selwyn Ward (Power Rangers Turbo, Power Rangers in Space), Melody Perkins (Power Rangers Lost Galaxy), Sean Cw Johnson (Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue) and Jason Faunt (Power Rangers Time Force). But the most notable alum is none other than Jason David Frank, as we'll once again see Tommy Oliver, everyone's favorite Green/White/Red/Black Ranger.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Yes, Star Wars: The Clone Wars has been cancelled and is over as a weekly series. But there is still those "bonus content" episodes left over, from the unfinished Season 6. The show's supervising producer, Dave Filoni, has revealed they'll be premiering in early 2014. Rumors abound about the outlet for these episodes - everything from exclusively debuting via Apple TV to airing on Disney XD. Hopefully fans will find out the answer soon, along with the exact number of unseen episodes we'll be getting.
2014 Midseason TV Premiere Dates
Thursday, 1/2/14 Sean Saves the World season continues (NBC)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Michael J. Fox Show season continues (NBC)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Assets series premiere (ABC)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Big Bang Theory season continues (CBS)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Millers season continues (CBS)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Crazy Ones season continues (CBS)
Thursday, 1/2/14 Two and a Half Men season continues (CBS)
Thursday, 1/2/14 Elementary season continues (CBS)
Thursday, 1/2/14 The Taste season premiere (ABC)
Friday, 1/3/14 The Carrie Diaries season continues (CW)
Saturday, 1/4/15 Space Dandy series premiere (Adult Swim)
Sunday, 1/5/14 Downton Abbey season premiere (PBS)
Sunday, 1/5/14 The Good Wife season continues (CBS)
Sunday, 1/5/14 Revenge season continues (ABC)
Monday, 1/6/14 The Bachelor season premiere (ABC)
Monday, 1/6/14 Teen Wolf season premiere (MTV)
Monday, 1/6/14 Castle season continues (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Intelligence series premiere (CBS)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Dads season continues (FOX)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Brooklyn Nine-Nine season continues (FOX)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 New Girl season continues (FOX)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 The Mindy Project season continues (FOX)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season continues (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 The Goldbergs season continues (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Trophy Wife season continues (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 NCIS season continues (CBS)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Person of Interest season continues (CBS)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Killer Women series premiere (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Justified season premiere (ABC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Chicago Fire season continues (NBC)
Tuesday, 1/7/14 Cougar Town season premiere (TBS)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 The Middle season continues (ABC)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 Modern Family season continues (ABC)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 Super Fun Night season continues (ABC)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 American Horror Story: Coven season continues (FX)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 Psych season premiere (USA)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 Revolution season continues (NBC)
Wednesday, 1/8/14 Chicago PD series premiere (NBC)
Thursday, 1/9/14 Parks and Recreation season continues (NBC)
Thursday, 1/9/14 White Collar season continues (USA)
Thursday, 1/9/14 The Spoils of Babylon series premiere (IFC)
Friday, 1/10/14 Enlisted series premiere (FOX)
Friday, 1/10/14 Banshee season premiere (Cinemax)
Friday, 1/10/14 Helix series premiere (Syfy)
Saturday, 1/11/14 ADHD - Lucas Bros. Moving Co., Golan the Insatiable series premieres (FOX)
Sunday, 1/12/14 Shameless season premiere (Showtime)
Sunday, 1/12/14 True Detective series premiere (HBO)
Sunday, 1/12/14 Girls season premiere (HBO)
Sunday, 1/12/14 House of Lies season premiere (Showtime)
Sunday, 1/12/14 Episodes season premiere (Showtime)
Monday, 1/13/14 How I Met Your Mother season continues (CBS)
Monday, 1/13/14 Mom season continues (CBS)
Monday, 1/13/14 2 Broke Girls season continues (CBS)
Monday, 1/13/14 Mike and Molly season continues (CBS)
Monday, 1/13/14 Hart of Dixie season continues (CW)
Monday, 1/13/14 Beauty and the Beast season continues (CW)
Monday, 1/13/14 Sleepy Hollow season continues (FOX)
Monday, 1/13/14 Almost Human season continues (FOX)
Monday, 1/13/14 Lost Girl season premiere (Syfy)
Monday, 1/13/14 Being Human season premiere (Syfy)
Monday, 1/13/14 Archer season premiere (FX)
Monday, 1/13/14 Bitten series premiere (Syfy)
Monday, 1/13/14 Chozen series premiere (FX)
Monday, 1/13/14 The Blacklist season continues (NBC)
Tuesday, 1/14/14 NCIS: LA season continues (CBS)
Tuesday, 1/14/14 Supernatural season continues (CW)
Tuesday, 1/14/14 The Originals season continues (CW)
Tuesday, 1/14/14 Face Off season premiere (Syfy)
Tuesday, 1/14/14 Kroll Show season premiere (Comedy Central)
Wednesday, 1/15/14 CSI season continues (CBS)
Wednesday, 1/15/14 American Idol season premiere (FOX)
Wednesday, 1/15/14 Suburgatory season premiere (ABC)
Wednesday, 1/15/14 Arrow season continues (CW)
Wednesday, 1/15/14 The Tomorrow People season continues (CW)
Saturday, 1/18/14 HItRecord on TV! series premiere (Pivot)
Sunday, 1/19/14 Sherlock season premiere (PBS)
Sunday, 1/19/14 The Following season premiere (FOX)
Sunday, 1/19/14 Looking series premiere (HBO)
Tuesday, 1/21/14 Opposite Worlds series premiere (Syfy)
Wednesday, 1/22/14 Ghost Hunters season premiere (Syfy)
Wednesday, 1/22/14 Workaholics season premiere (Comedy Central)
Wednesday, 1/22/14 Broad City series premiere (Comedy Central)
Thursday, 1/23/14 The Vampire Diaries season continues (CW)
Thursday, 1/23/14 Reign season continues (CW)
Thursday, 1/23/14 Rake series premiere (FOX)
Saturday, 1/25/14 Black Sails series premiere (Starz)
Tuesday, 1/28/14 The Capones series premiere (ReelzChannel)
Wednesday, 1/29/14 Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond series premiere (BBC America)
Monday, 2/3/14 Inside Comedy season premiere (Showtime)
Monday, 2/3/14 Crisis season premiere (NBC)
Sunday, 2/9/14 The Walking Dead midseason premiere (AMC)
Friday, 2/14/14 House of Cards season debuts (Netflix)
Monday, 2/17/14 Star-Crossed series premiere (CW)
Monday, 2/17/14 The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon series premiere (NBC)
Tuesday, 2/18/14 Tosh.0 season premiere (Comedy Central)
Monday, 2/24/14 The Voice season premiere (NBC)
Monday, 2/24/14 Dallas season premiere (TNT)
Monday, 2/24/14 Late Night with Seth Meyers series premiere (NBC)
Tuesday, 2/25/14 Glee midseason premiere (FOX)
Wednesday, 2/26/14 Mixology season premiere (ABC)
Wednesday, 2/26/14 Nashville midseason premiere (ABC)
Wednesday, 2/26/14 The Americans season premiere (FX)
Thursday, 2/27/14 Grey’s Anatomy midseason premiere (ABC)
Thursday, 2/27/14 Scandal midseason premiere (ABC)
Thursday, 2/27/14 Review series premiere (Comedy Central)
Thursday, 2/27/14 Portlandia season premiere (IFC)
Thursday, 2/27/14 Vikings season premiere (History)
Feb (TBA) Legit season premiere (FXX)
Feb (TBA) The Red Road series premiere (Sundance Channel)
Feb (TBA) Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule season premiere (Adult Swim)
Thursday, 3/6/14 Suits season premiere (USA)
Thursday, 3/6/14 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland midseason premiere (ABC)
Thursday, 3/6/14 Sirens series premiere (USA)
Sunday, 3/9/14 Once Upon a Time midseason premiere (ABC)
Sunday, 3/9/14 Resurrection series premiere (ABC)
Tuesday, 3/11/14 Mind Games series premiere (ABC)
Wednesday, 3/19/14 The 100 series premiere (CW)
Friday, 3/21/14 Whose Line is it Anyway? season premiere (CW)
Tuesday, 4/1/14 Inside Amy Schumer season premiere (Comedy Central)
Saturday, 4/19/15 Orphan Black season premiere (BBC America)
April (Date TBA) Robot Chicken season premiere (Comedy Central)
Spring (Date TBA) Game of Thrones season premiere (HBO)
Spring (Date TBA) Penny Dreadful (Showtime)
Spring (Date TBA) Da Vinci's Demons season premiere (Starz)
Spring (Date TBA) Believe series premiere (NBC)
Spring (Date TBA) About a Boy series premiere (NBC)
Spring (Date TBA) Growing Up Fisher series premiere (NBC)
Spring (Date TBA) Turn series premiere (AMC)
Spring (Date TBA) From Dusk Till Dawn series premiere (El Rey)
Spring (Date TBA) Silicon Valley series premiere (HBO)
Spring (Date TBA) Power Rangers Super Megaforce season premiere (Nickelodeon)