UPDATED: 2015 Midseason TV Premieres – Dates For New And Returning Shows


Happy Holidays everyone. It’s the time of year when families have holiday decorations out and the temperature drops a little too much for my liking. It’s also the time of year when there is nothing on TV and all your favorite shows take a winter hiatus (Perfect time to catch up on stuff you haven’t seen). On the bright side, many shows are returning from hiatus or premiering as early as the first day of the new year. With that being said, I have put together a nice little guide to all the return and premiere dates of your favorite shows and soon to be favorites. The guide is will be updated when new dates are announced so be sure to come back and check on your show if it’s not there. 

2015 Midseason TV Premieres Dates For New And Returning Shows

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Oscar Nominations: ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ & ‘Birdman’ Lead Way With 9 Noms; ‘Imitation Game’ Scores 8


Some big snubs here. Ehh same ol same ol.

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UPDATED with more details: Fox Searchlight’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Birdman led the way this morning with nine mentions apiece as nominations were announced for the 87th Oscars, with the Weinstein Company’s The Imitation Game following with eight. All three were included in the Best Picture race in a category that featured only eight of a possible 10 nominees, joining Warner Bros’ American Sniper, early awards-season frontrunner Boyhood from IFC Films, Focus Feature’ The Theory Of Everything, Sony Pictures Classics’ Whiplash and Paramount’s Selma.

AMERICAN SNIPERSelma, which had been left off of several awards lists before today, finally scored with a Best Pic nom, but director Ava DuVernay and lead actor David Oyelowo were left off in their respective categories. Among the late bloomers to score this morning was American Sniper, which landed six noms overall including Best Pic, Best Actor for Bradley Cooper and Best Adapted…

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