With the New Year comes new programming. Sure, some of it will be familiar, but a lot of it won't.
Here's a quick refresher on what will be flowing over the next two months.
What shows pique your interest? If we have any inside information, we'll toss in our two cents along the way.
Welcome to 2016 everyone!
New Girl returns Tuesday, January 5. Feels like forever, right? What we know is you can expect a larger CeCe arc as Jesse is sequestered for jury duty (in real life Zooey Daschenal is having a baby!) when Megan Fox's character, Reagan, rents out Jesse's room. Reagan has a romantic past with CeCe, so expect things to get weird very fast!
The Shannara Chronicles
The Shannara Chronicles premieres Tuesday, January 5th at 10/9c on MTV. The series is based on a best-selling series of books based thousands of years into the future when technology has died out, magic reentered the world and died out again. Elves rule and humans are subspecies. When demons threaten to rise up and destroy the world, three hot teenagers of varying elfin/human ethnicities are the only ones who can save it. So, yeah. Big budget, big expectations.
When American Crime returns to ABC on Wed., January 6 at 10/9c, the theme will be class, gender issues, sexual orientation and sexual identity taking place via a midwestern high school basketball team and its players, coaches and parents.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
The gang is back for more antics on Wednesday, January 6, at 10/9c on FXX. In it's 11th season, are there any worries It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will fail to bring the funny?
Man Seeking Woman
Man Seeking Woman also returns to FX on January 6, just after It's Always Sunny. You'd think Josh would give up on dating, but nope! The second season promises to be even weirder than the first, so give it a look!
When Shameless returns to Showtime on Sunday, January 10, you can expect Frank to be dealing with Debbie's pregnancy decisions, a new character to be dealing with terminal cancer and an introduction to Frank's ex.