Big Love - HBO, Sunday, January 16, 9:00pm ET
After last year's disastrous fourth season, let's hope Big Love can end its run on better terms.
Being Human - SYFY, Monday, January 17, 9:00pm ET
Yet another remake of a British show, this time Being Human, which is about a ghost, werewolf, and vampire living together.
Harry's Law - NBC, Monday, January 17, 10:00pm ET
David E. Kelly has another law drama! We'll see if he can spin the magic again.
White Collar - USA, Tuesday, January 18, 10:00pm ET
White Collar is so forgettable that I barely remember what happened in the last episode, but it's back to finish off the season.
Blue Bloods - CBS, Wednesday, January 19, 10:00pm ET
CBS moved Blue Bloods from Friday nights to Wednesday (in my opinion, they should have done that in the first place).
Royal Pains- USA, Thursday, January 20, 9:00pm ET
I had absolutely no idea what happened last time on Royal Pains (speaks volumes to how interesting it is), so I rewatched the last episode, finding a great twist--Eddie R. is a informant spying on Boris.
Parks and Recreation - NBC, Thursday, January 20, 9:30pm ET
Parks and Recreation returns this Thursday and the Pawnee government is still shut down. How will Leslie cope?
Fairly Legal - USA, Thursday, January 20, 10:00pm ET
USA has a U.S. Marshalls show, a fake psychic show, spy show, medical show, criminal turned FBI consultant show, and another spy show, all with very similar tones. Now, USA has Fairly Legal, a law show along the same lines.
Fringe - FOX, Friday, January 21, 9:00pm ET
Fringe's first episode on Friday will be a huge indicator of renewal or cancellation. If a large majority of the audience continues to watch, Fringe should have a good chance of renewal since Fox has huge Friday problems.
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena - STARZ, Friday, January 21, 10:00pm ET
Ready for more bloody killing?