Returning Shows

Dana Sung, Staff Writer

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  1. TGIT: Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder [Jan. 18]
    • Thank Goodness it’s Thursday! Shonda Rhimes’ series regular of the three successful ABC show is making a comeback for season 14B, 7B, and 4B respectively.
  2. The Bachelor Winter Games [Feb. 15]
    • Spin off of the successful romantic reality TV show, The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, ABC decided to open their own Winter Games with international contestants from all over the world. Ranging from Switzerland, Australia to Japan, audience get to anticipate the 12 contestants finding the love of their life.
  3. The Walking Dead [Feb. 25]
    • Successful hit series based on a comic book illustrated by Robert Kirkman and produced by Gale Anne Hurd is coming back to AMC for season 8B. Left from the cliffhanger, revealing Carl’s bite mark from a zombie and Maggie as the executioner, Lauren Cohan (portrays Maggie from TWD) states that this season reveals, “what’s been brewing for her underneath all along.”
  4. The Voice [Feb. 26]
    • An audition reality series that picks out the unsigned talents from aspiring singers is coming back to NBC for their 14th season. With previous judges like Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys will be returning after her exit in season 12. Kelly Clarkson, the winner from American Idol, is making her debut as a judge on The Voice, joining for the 14th season.
  5. Survivor [Feb. 28]
    • Reality series hosted by Jeff Probst stars for the 36th season with the theme, “Ghost Island.” Probst said, “Think of it as the graveyard for Survivor mistakes. We found a really creepy island that serves as Ghost Island and we designed it using actual Survivor items from previous seasons.”
  6. Once Upon A Time [March 2]
    • Mystery fantasy show where the conflicts of fairy tales and real life collide, “Once Upon A Time” is coming back on March 2nd to ABC for season 7B. Lana Parrilla, starring as Regina Mills on the show, is starting her director’s debut in this season.
  7. A Series of Unfortunate Events [March 30]
    • Based on the famous children book series, “Series of Unfortunate Events,” written by Daniel Handler Netflix has aired the first season on Jan. 13, 2017. Starring award winning actor, Neil Patrick Harris, the show was renewed for the second season and is making a comeback on March 30.
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