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Return of Winter Shows

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The Fosters depicts a bi-racial lesbian couple raising a mixture of biological, adopted and foster children. The show returned for its winter premiere on january 13. Image obtained through

Not only does the winter season bring new weather and holiday festivities, but it also brings a new wave of television, as fan favorites return for new seasons and freshman shows make their debut.

NBC’s newest hit, The Blacklist, made its return to the silver screen Monday night, Jan. 13, with rave reviews. Viewers tuned in to see the antics of Raymond “Red” Reddington as he gives Detective Elizabeth Keen new names on the Blacklist.

Also to making a winter premiere, Downton Abbey season 4, returned to PBS on Masterpiece Classic on Jan. 5. The new season picks up six months after the close of season 3, and deals with Mary’s coping of losing her husband Matthew. Downton is faced with challenges as the 1920s causes some new changes in the house.

The Fosters, on abcfamily, premiered on Jan. 13. The Adams-Foster family is feeling the joys of marital bliss, when it comes to their attention that one of their own has run away from home. The Adams-Fosters’ must come together to put make their family whole again.

Freshman shows making their appearance this season include Chicago PD. This show is a spin-off of the highly acclaimed Chicago Fire. The show premiered on Jan. 15, on NBC. Fans of Chicago Fire hope that PD will be just as good as good as the latter.

Almost Human, Fox’s freshman show, premieres on Feb. 8. The show follows a police officer, which is partnered up with human-like androids.

This winter season has already started with a bang, and has great promise to end just as well as it started.

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