Returning Shows You Need To Start Watching

Let the binge watching begin.

Trust us — these are definitely worth your time.


Sunday, February 8 // 9:00 p.m. – The Walking Dead – AMC

Get ready for the most gruesomely addicting show’s return. If you haven’t had a chance to catch this show yet, it revolves around a zombie apocalypse (that can be spread by a bite) that a group of survivors adventure through, I warn you there’s lots of blood and core, yet interesting plotlines to follow.The season 5 mid-season finale of The Walking Dead left us with Beth’s death. What will Rick and the team face next? Who will be the next victim? Will Rick and Morgan reunite? Tune in and find out, as the group finds that a detour could have what they’re searching for! (Spoiler Alert!: Tyreese’s foreshadowing death?)

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Monday, February 23 // 8:00 p.m. – The Voice (US) – NBC

The Voice, another version of American Idol and such singing shows will return for its eighth season on February 23 with blind auditions! Carson Daly returns as host and Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams return as coaches and judges while Gwen Stefani will not be returning. Guess what this means? Christina Aguilera will be coming back this season! Be sure to check out some of the best singers yet in this season!


Sunday, March 1 // 8:00 p.m. – Once Upon A Time – ABC

Once Upon A Time, a fairy tale drama show that’s come alive in a small town with your favorite Disney princesses and villains made into a show not appropriate for little children! Returning from the mid-season finale, is Rebecca Mader, as Zelena a.k.a Wicked Witch of the West. After the heartbreaking scene where Belle has banished Rumple from town and Emma ends up making out with Hook after trying to kill him, what will be in store for us next?


Tuesday, March 3 // 8:00 p.m. – Hell’s Kitchen – FOX

Attention to all you cooks and food lovers out there! Chef Gordon Ramsay returns with his ball of fire ready to put the pressure on for a new group of chefs vying for the spot to work for the infamous temperamental top chef. Tune in for the 14th season of Hell’s Kitchen for some mouth watering food and Gordon Ramsay’s impeccable insults!


Monday, March 16 // Dancing With the Stars – ABC

Our favorite dance show returns for its 20th season on March 16 with promises from the showrunner that we shall be mesmerized with this all new and supersized season. ‘Latin Night’ and ‘Classical Night’ will be added this season for fresher and even more innovative performances!


Tuesday, March 17 // Community – Yahoo

A laywer who gets his degree revoked and ends up back in school and creates a study group with very different individuals that start off the show… Community has 13 new episodes all ready for us for its sixth season. Moved from sitcom to open to everyone online, get your popcorn and favorite blanket for a good 22 minute laugh. Showrunner Harmon as well as stars Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Ken Jeong and Jim Rash will all return.

The CW

Wednesday, March 18 // 9:00 p.m. – Supernatural – The CW

Follow the Winchester brothers; monster hunters after losing their mother to one, raised by their father to be soldiers, on their journeys facing all kinds of supernaturals and events. Kevin Tran’s death changed our favorite brothers, Sam and Dean, unleashing never before sides to them. The Heavenly battle escalated the severity of Metatron’s grab for power and Dean’s unfortunate lie in the mid season finale. Where will this lead to? What new demons are Sam and Dean to face and what is this about a ‘Young Dean’? Wait to find out!


Sunday, April 12 // 9:00 p.m. – Game Of Thrones – HBO

Finally, how can we forget our favorite show, based on the George R.R. Martin’s best selling book series, sink yourselves into a medieval fantasy. The story of two powerful families, royals, knights, prostitutes, innocent men, etc. It’s a lot to follow but worth it! Watch all these characters reveal their motives, their relations and how they all come together in death or in life. The fifth season of Game of Thrones will be quite a season! I can say that the past few seasons have been great but compared to the previous, this season will have much more action and it’ll be where the plot twists and turns with events following events. Where will Tyrion end up? What will happen to Arya? What about the incestuous relationship between Cersei and Jamie? Where’s Daenery’s next stop? I sure can’t wait to find out! Get pumped for this spring!

– Hyun Jung Choi (’16)

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  1. I owe candy to anyone who compares my history lessons to a Game of Thrones plot during class discussion. Remember, “A Larson always pays his debts.”

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