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10 TV Shows to Watch in 2014

What you need to catch—or catch up on—in the new year.

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Looking for a new show to get into this winter? You're in luck--they'll be plenty of watch-worthy options in 2014. From season premiers to mid-season returns to some brand new series, we've left out the boring stuff so you can get your TV fix with only the hits.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

This hilarious comedy follows the lives of NYPD detectives and stars funnymen Andy Samberg and Terry Crews. After receiving a Golden Globe nomination for best comedy series, the show scored prime real estate for its second season premier, which will air right after Super Bowl XLVIII. Plus, Fred Armisen is back for the first time since the pilot. Count us in.

Community

What better way to kick off the New Year than with the return of NBC’s Community on January 2nd? But now that Jeff Winger (played by Joel McHale) has graduated, what does that mean for Season 5? Well, according to the previews, he’s back–as a teacher. Hilarity ensues.

NBC's New Late-Night Line-Up

Switching things up on the late-night talk show front, Jimmy Fallon will take over as host of The Tonight Show on February 17th, replacing Jay Leno. In Fallon’s place, Seth Myers will host Late Night With Seth Meyers, which premiers on February 24th. It's a sign: SNL alums are slowly taking over the world. 

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