The Holidays are over and the NFL regular season has come to an end. Now it is time to focus on both mid-season replacements and shows returning from their winter breaks.


January 2nd-January 8th

Monday January 2nd

Beyond 9pm Freeform-A 12 year awakens from a coma with special powers.
The New Celebrity Apprentice 8pm NBC-Arnold Schwarzenegger takes over the role of the new boss.
Shadowhunters 8p, Freeform-The second season premieres with the New York Institute falling into chaos.

Tuesday January 3rd

Bones 9pm Fox-The final season of the long running show starts here, as fans hope any loose end are tied up
The New Girl 8pm Fox-The show moves to a new time slot for its return from winter break
The Wall 8pm NBC-A new game show produced by Lebron James combines trivia and Plinko?
The Mick 8:30pm Fox-Kaitlin Olsen stars as a hustler who is stuck caring for her nieces and nephews after her sister flees the country to avoid arrest
Chicago P.D. 10pm NBC-The show returns from winter break

Wednesday January 4th

 Lethal Weapon  8pm Fox-The freshman comedy makes it return
 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia  10pm FXX-The critically acclaimed show starts its second season on its new home of FXX

 Thursday January 5th

 Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee  Crackle-Season 9 of Jerry Seinfelds interview show premieres today
 Nashville  9pm CMT-a 5th season moves over to CMT with much of the original cast.
 Portlandia  10pm IFC-Season 7 of the show promises guests such as The B-52s, Laurie Metcalf, and Andy Richter

 Friday January 6th

 Emerald City  9pm NBC-A land of Oz that consists of competing kingdoms, and a battle for power.
 Grimm  8pm NBC-The show gets one final season to wrap up the series
 One Day at a Time  Netflix-A new version of the original 1970s sitcom is available for streaming starting today
 Sleepy Hollow  9pm Fox- The show returns for another season which could be its last

 Saturday January 7th

 Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds  8pm HBO-The documentary covering the life and relationship between the famous mother and daughter premieres.

 Sunday January 8th

 74th Golden Globe Awards 8pm NBC- Jimmy Fallon hosts the annual awards show

Home Release January 3rd

Blair Witch R-A group of kids go out to discover the truth behind the Blair Witch stories
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life PG-A student who gets fed up with his schools strict rules creates a plan to try and break all of them
Denial PG-13-A historian is forced to prove in the court of law that the Holocaust did actually occur.

Theatrical Release January 6th

A Monster Calls PG- A young boy named Conner deals with bullying and issues at home by escaping into a world of monsters and fairy tales.
Hidden Figures PG-The untold story of the three African-American women working for NASA,  who help to launch John Glenn into orbit.
Underworld: Blood Wars R- The latest version of the long running series focuses on a younger generation of vampires and werewolves.


Gregory Brothers
Ohio born and raised. Avid comicbook fan who is always trying to find time to get through my ever growing read pile. When not working on that I Teach, coach youth sports, and cheer on my hometown Cincinnati teams, and Buckeyes. Can also be heard talking comics and pop-culture on The Comics Agenda Podcast.

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