(PBS) The long-awaited 90-minute special sets Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's modern-day Sherlock and Watson in 1890s London.
Just when we thought we were caught up on all the series we must watch to stay socially relevant, the network gods have unleashed a whole mass of new and returning series to occupy our winter TV schedule.
Among them are new series based on known properties like CBS' actor Luke Roberts plays a crisis negotiator who heads a team of ace investigators who solve kidnap and ransom cases.
(Showtime) This season of the long-running spy drama heads to New York as Claire Danes' Carrie deals with counterterrorism in the wake of an election.
Oh and, inexplicably, Rupert Friend's Quinn is alive even though Carrie took him off life support last season.
Naturally, it's produced by the company that makes (FXX) The 12th season of the ground-breaking dark comedy includes, according to the press release, "a move to the suburbs, shooting a smut film, defending themselves in court, and playing another deranged round of the legendary board game Chardee Mac Dennis." (TLC) The Tyler Perry-created drama is back for a second season, which finds Danielle Savre's Anna still dealing with the repercussions of moving back to her small-time life after a sex scandal ruins her career in Washington, DC.
(IFC) We know that the (most-likely) penultimate season of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's sketch series will take on men's rights activists, but chances are other fringe groups—liberal or conservative—aren't safe either.
(NBC) With Donald Trump heading to the White House, California's former Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is now running the show. His new catchphrase—"You're Terminated"—still keeps with the ethos of the show.
(Fox) The two-hour special will make hosts Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi put their money where their mouths are.
Most likely, it will be something along the lines of of the origins of this spinoff series.
"Paris Hilton agreed to do it and Roseanne Barr also said she was going to and then she backed out.
(PBS) The second season of the Civil War-era drama will continue to follow the doctors, nurses and other staff attempting to hold a hospital (and themselves) together in war-torn Alexandria, Virginia. So she chains him up in her basement and teaches him how to treat a lady.