13 Premieres & Returns to Look Out for in the First 2 Weeks of 2019 (PHOTOS)

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2019 2weeks
HBO, Freeform & NBC
HALLE BAILEY, YARA SHAHIDI, CHLOE BAILEY
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grown-ish (Freeform)

Premieres Wednesday, January 2, 8/7c

Zoey (Yara Shahidi) and her crew return for sophomore year in this college-set comedy spin-off of ABC’s black-ish. After a crazy first year experience, the fashion student will further navigate the challenges of adulthood one step at a time.

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The Masked Singer (Fox)

Premieres Wednesday, January 2, 9/8c

This unusual reality show follows the format of a typical music competition series but with a twist. Watch as disguised celebrities sing from the shelter of elaborate costumes to judges Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger.

The Blacklist - Season 6
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The Blacklist (NBC)

Premieres Thursday, January 3, 10/9c

Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone) are back for Season 6 of the NBC drama. Upon the show’s return, Liz will work to uncover the mystery surrounding the real Raymond Reddington.

2019 2weeks Gotham
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Gotham (Fox)

Premieres Thursday, January 3, 8/7c

Fox is starting the new year right with the return of its fan favorite drama. Sadly, it will be the show’s fifth and final season.

The Golden Globe Awards - Season 76
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The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC)

Sunday, January 6, 8/7c

Hosted by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, this year’s festivities will honor TV and film’s best. With a range of nominations, it’s anyone’s guess when it comes to who the winners will be.

America's Got Talent: The Champions - Season 1
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America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC)

Premieres Monday, January 7, 8/7c

This special season of the NBC reality competition series will revisit winners and favorites from the show’s past as they compete once again. New NBC member Terry Crews will take on hosting duties for the new edition of the show.

CIERRA RAMIREZ, MAIA MITCHELL
Freeform/Beth Dubber

Good Trouble (Freeform)

Premieres Tuesday, January 8, 8/7c

They aren’t at home anymore. Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) and Callie (Maia Mitchell) may have been introduced in The Fosters, but they’re moving onto their next step in life by heading to Los Angeles. Good Trouble will see the beloved characters test the waters of adulthood with some familiar faces popping in every now and again.

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History

Project Blue Book (History Channel)

Premieres Tuesday, January 8, 8/7c

From executive producer Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) comes this scripted drama based on the real-life stories about investigations into UFO-related occurrences between the ’40s and early ’70s.

BRYAN CALLEN, TIM MEADOWS, AJ MICHALKA
ABC/Eric McCandless

Schooled (ABC)

Premieres Wednesday, January 9, 8:30/7:30c

This new Goldbergs spin-off series is set in the ’90s and follows William Penn Academy’s faculty, including new addition Lainey (AJ Michalka), and Coach Mellor (Bryan Callen) and Principal Glascott (Tim Meadows).

Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 6
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC)

Premieres Thursday, January 10, 9/8c

After being picked up by NBC last year, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is poised to make a triumphant return for its sixth season. The cop comedy will pick up where things left off as the beloved cast of characters gathered to celebrate Jake (Andy Samberg) and Amy’s (Melissa Fumero) wedding.

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Future Man (Hulu)

Premieres Friday, January 11

Hulu’s outlandish time-traversing comedy returns for Season 2 with its three core stars Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe and Derek Wilson reprising their roles as Josh, Tiger and Wolf, with new addition Seth Rogen (who also happens to be one of the show’s executive producers). Follow the unusual trio as they attempt to repair the damage inflicted from their Season 1 shenanigans.

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Netflix

Sex Education (Netflix)

Premieres Friday, January 11

Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson star as virgin son and sex therapist mother in this comedy. As Anderson moves on from The X-Files, this venture into comedy is sure to bring the funny to her legions of fans.

2019 2weeks true detective
HBO

True Detective (HBO)

Premieres Sunday, January 13, 9/8c

HBO’s crime drama series returns after nearly three years with the star power of recent Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali. Season 3 will cover a lot of ground as it spans over three different periods in time.

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There is so much great programming to look forward to in 2019 and January is shaping up to be a promising start within the first couple of weeks.

From returning favorites and new spin-offs to unique reality competitions and more, there's something for every viewer's taste. By clicking through the gallery above, learn about some of the titles to look forward to in the coming days.

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