From hit US dramas to BBC classics, we've rounded up all those programmes you just can't wait to start again.
Whether you've been counting down the days or had forgotten how much you loved something - these shows will be on your must watch list.
Sherlock returns to BBC1
Benedict Cumberbatch is finally back in his deerstalker for the third series of Sherlock. It is due to air on 1st January 2014.
Girls returns to Sky Altantic
These girls make you feel less bad at life and men and clothes, while being just like you. It's back in January.
Game of Thrones returns to Sky Atlantic
Fantasy fans rejoice, people will fight over the seven kingdoms again in April.
#RichKids of Beverly Hills starts on E!
Based on the content of #RichKidsOnInstagram, this new E! show, starting in January, is bound to be equal parts infuriating and addictive. Imagine a show full of young Scott Disicks.
New Girl returns to E4
What will happen with Jess and Nick, who will Schmitt choose, how much money will he put in the jar? The exact date is still TBC.
Nashville returns to More 4
A lesser known but much loved US drama returning in February. The first season ended very, very dramatically.
Mr Selfridge returns to ITV
Jeremy Piven returns to British soil for the second instalment of Mr Selfridge on ITV in 2014.
Call the Midwife returns to BBC1
Call the Midwife will be back after their usual Christmas special. Relive the festive magic here:
The Following returns to Sky Atlantic
For the fans of the grittier, scarier US dramas, Kevin Bacon will be back in 2014. It's US release date is 20th January, watch this space.
How I Met Your Mother returns to E4
How I Met Your Mother will return for its final ever series, in which they spread just over two days across the whole season. In this interview at Comic-Con they explain the set up.
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