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Here's When All Your Favorite TV Shows Premiere In 2015

The worst part of winter, when all of your favorite television shows go into hibernation and the networks are re-runs, is almost over. Soon, we'll find new episodes of "Downton Abbey," an entire new season of "House of Cards" to binge and brand spankin' new shows like "Better Call Saul." Here are all the winter and spring premiere dates for 2015's TV shows.

HuffPost Entertainment will attempt to keep this list as up-to-date and accurate as possible.

Sunday, Jan. 4
"Galavant" series premiere (ABC)
"Downton Abbey" Season 5 premiere (PBS)
"Bob's Burgers" returns (Fox)
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" returns (Fox)
"Family Guy" returns (Fox)
"Celebrity Apprentice" Season 7 premiere (NBC)

Monday, Jan. 5
"The Bachelor" Season 19 premiere (ABC)
"Gotham" returns (Fox)
"Sleepy Hollow" returns (Fox)
"State of Affairs" returns (NBC)

Tuesday, Jan. 6
"Pretty Little Liars" Season 5B premiere (ABC Family)
"Agent Carter" series premiere (ABC)
"Masterchef Junior" Season 3 premiere (Fox)
"Switched at Birth" (ABC Family)
"CougarTown" (TBS)
"The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2" premiere (MTV)
"The Mindy Project" returns (Fox)
"New Girl" returns (Fox)
"About A Boy" returns (NBC)

Wednesday, Jan. 7
"American Horror Story" returns (FX)
"American Idol" Season 14 premiere (Fox)
"Empire" series premiere (Fox)

Thursday, Jan. 8
"Portlandia" Season 5 premiere (IFC)
"Archer" Season 6 premiere (FX)
"Parenthood" returns (NBC)

Friday, Jan. 9
"Glee" Season 6 premiere (Fox)
"Hart of Dixie" returns (The CW)
"Banshee" Season 3 premiere (Cinemax)
"Comedy Bang! Bang!" Season 4 premiere (IFC)

Sunday, Jan. 11
"Shameless" Season 5 premiere (Showtime)
"Girls" Season 4 premiere (HBO)
"Togetherness" series premiere (HBO)
"House of Lies" Season 4 premiere (Showtime)
"Looking" Season 2 premiere (HBO)
"Episodes" Season 4 premiere (Showtime)
"Mulaney" returns (Fox)

Monday, Jan. 12
"Eye Candy" series premiere (MTV)

Tuesday, Jan. 13
"Parks And Recreation" Season 7 premiere (NBC)
"Kroll Show" Season 3 premiere (Comedy Central)

Wednesday, Jan. 14
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Season 10 premiere (FXX)
"Workaholics" Season 5 premiere (Comedy Central)
"Broad City" Season 2 premiere (Comedy Central)

Monday, Jan. 19
"The Fosters" returns (ABC Family)
"Chasing Life" returns (ABC Family)
Larry Wilmore's "The Nightly Show" Series premiere (Comedy Central)
"Jane The Virgin" returns (The CW)

Tuesday, Jan. 20
"Justified" Season 6 premiere (FX)

Thursday, Jan. 22
"Backstrom" series premiere (Fox)

Tuesday, Jan. 27
"Sirens" Season 2 premiere (USA)

Wednesday, Jan. 28
"The Americans" Season 3 premiere (FX)
"Suits" returns (USA)

Thursday, Jan. 29
"Grey's Anatomy" returns (ABC)
"Scandal" returns (ABC)
"How To Get Away With Murder" returns (ABC)

Sunday, Feb. 1
"The Blacklist" returns (NBC)

Wednesday, Feb. 4
"Fresh Off The Boat" series premiere (ABC)

Thursday, Feb. 5
"Allegiance" series premiere (NBC)

Sunday, Feb. 8
"The Walking Dead" returns (AMC)
"Better Call Saul" series premiere (AMC)

Thursday, Feb. 19
"The Odd Couple" series premiere (CBS)

Wednesday, Feb. 25
"Survivor" Season 30 premiere (CBS)
"The Amazing Race" returns (CBS)

Friday, Feb. 27
"House Of Cards" Season 3 release (Netflix)

Sunday, March 1
"Once Upon A Time" returns (ABC)
"Secrets And Lies" series premiere (ABC)
"Last Man On Earth" series premiere (Fox)
"Battle Creek" series premiere (CBS)

Monday, March 2
"The Following" Season 3 premiere (Fox)

Tuesday, March 3
"Hell's Kitchen" Season 14 premiere (Fox)
"Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" returns (ABC)

Thursday, March 5
"American Crime" series premiere (ABC)

Monday, March 9
"The Late Late Show With James Corden" series premiere (CBS)

Tuesday, March 17
"One Big Happy" series premiere (NBC)

Saturday, April 4
"Outlander" Season 1 returns (Starz)

Sunday, April 5
"Mad Men" final episodes premiere (AMC)
"Wolf Hall" series premiere (PBS)
"A.D" series premiere (NBC)

Thursday, April 9
"The Comedians" series premiere (FX)
"Louie" Season 5 premiere (FX)

Friday, April 10
"Daredevil" series premiere (Netflix)

Sunday, April 12
"Game of Thrones" Season 5 premiere (HBO)

Saturday, April 18
"Orphan Black" Season 3 premiere (BBC America)

Sunday, April 26
"Happyish" series premiere (Showtime)

Thursday, May 14
"Wayward Pines" series premiere (Fox)

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that the second season of Outlander would return in April.

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BEFORE YOU GO

  • 10 'LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER'
    DH Lawrence's book, banned until 1963, gets a big-budget reworking from the BBC as part of its 20th-century literature season
    DH Lawrence's book, banned until 1963, gets a big-budget reworking from the BBC as part of its 20th-century literature season. L'homme du jour James Norton is a war-wounded Sir Clifford Chatterley, unable to satisfy his luscious Lady, played by Holliday Grainger. Where does she turn instead? Step forward Mellors, played here by 'Game of Thrones' star Richard Madden. Script by 'Line of Duty' scribe Jed Mercurio.
  • 9 'WOLF HALL'
    Based on the prizewinning novels by Hilary Mantel, this six-parter has had a reported £6million spent on it, no doubt most of the budget on costume and cast - including Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis, Claire Foy, Mark Gatiss, etc etc. The books' devoted fans will be watching every frame of Thomas Cromwell's rise and fall at the court of Henry VIII. The BBC will not want to disappoint. Starts 21 January 9pm on BBC Two.
  • 8 'DEATH IN PARADISE'
    Back to the lapping shores and palm-fringed breezes of Saint-Marie for the fourth series of this 'Midsomer-On-Sea' ratings winner. Now Humphrey Goodman has realised his feelings for a colleague are more than professional, chaos will surely ensure. Meanwhile, there's a murder - during a seance - to be solved.
  • 7 'HOUSE OF CARDS/MADAM SECRETARY'
    Those with an unsatiable urge for some political drama will find their cup running over in the New Year. As well as the third series of 'House of Cards' dropping onto Netflix in February, there's 'Madam Secretary, starring Tea Leoni as a former CIA analyst promoted to the US Secretary of State, with Keith Carradine her boss in the Oval Office. Exec produced by Morgan Freeman, this series is going down well in the US, will appear on Sky Living from early in the New Year.
  • 6 'CRISIS'
    Haven't had enough of Gillian Anderson after the creepy finale of The Fall? Fear not, she's back in action in 'Crisis' on Watch Channel, where she plays a Washington CEO, whose daughter is kidnapped along with the President's. 'Crisis' has been cancelled in the US, which means, on the bright side, we'll get the cracking finale we were denied in 'Homeland Series 1'. Starts on Friday at 9pm.
  • 5 'BETTER CALL SAUL'
    This is the highly-anticipated spin off from the phenomenon that was 'Breaking Bad'. Bob Odenkirk plays Saul Goodman in this prequel to his antics with Walter White, although those later events will also get plenty of reference. Coming to Netflix shortly after its February premiere on AMC in the US.
  • 4 'THE GOOD WIFE'
    One of those rare shows that gets better as time goes on, 'The Good Wife' enters its sixth season with its lead actress Julianna Margulies polishing her latest Emmy, and her character Alicia debating whether to run for State Attorney. To be aired sometime this January on More4.
  • 3 'GRACEPOINT'
    Seeing as it worked so well with 'The Killing' and 'The Office', US studio execs did the same with 'Broadchurch', turning it into 'Gracepoint' and promising a different ending. Which we'll be able to see for ourselves when it boomerangs back across the pond to ITV sometime in January. It didn't have anything like the same cachet as the homegrown version, but worth watching if just for David Tennant's American accent.
  • 2 'CUCUMBER'
    A drama about gay men being, well, gay... suddenly becomes interesting with news that it's from Russell T Davies, the provocative, witty, creative force who brought us 'Queer as Folk' and the whole universe of 'Doctor Who' and 'Torchwood'. He wanted to write something real, and he has.
  • 1 'BROADCHURCH'
    Two (real-life) years after the mystery of Danny Latimer's murder was solved, we're back in the community still devastated by his death - including detectives Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman), who must rally because there's another crime to solve. Writer Chris Chibnall has installed the same rules of non-disclosure as for the first time around, but can the return to the coastside town possibly have the same impact on a nation of gripped viewers?
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