Premieres: Thursday, Jan. 21 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Clarke and Bellamy murdered all the Mountain Men, including Maya, by contaminating Mount Weather with outside air. Unable to face what she did, Clarke refused to return to Camp Jaha. On his quest to discover the City of Light, Jaha met an A.I. avatar with a nuclear warhead who says she's been waiting for him.
What's Next: The avatar shows Murphy and Jaha the City of Light, but it isn't exactly what Murphy expected. Clark finds herself reunited with Lexa, who is embroiled in a power struggle with the Ice Nation and their queen Nia (Brenda Strong). Kane and Abby want to team up with the other clans against the Ice Nation, but first they must deal with civil unrest led by a new Ark survivor Pike (Michael Beach). This season will also introduce Roan (Zach McGowan) a rogue Grounder who plays a crucial role in the clans' power struggles.
Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Season 1 ended with several characters dead in the aftermath of Matt Skokie's murder, leaving open some hard questions about justice what just really means. Closure, even, remained elusive, but viewers will have to deal with it, as Season 2 takes on an entirely new story.
What's Next: Season 2 takes place in Indianapolis, where Taylor Blaine (Connor Jessup), a public high school student, claims boys on a private school's basketball team sexually assaulted him and posted pictures online. Tensions around sexual orientation and class intensify, andTaylor finds support from a stranger who becomes an ally. Several actors from Season 1 return, including Regina King (who won an Emmy in Season 1) as mother to one of the accused teenagers, Felicity Huffman as the private school's headmaster and Andre Benjamin, half of Outkast, as the father of one of the accused teens.
Premieres: Monday, Feb. 15 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After being betrayed by his brother Chuck, Jimmy McGill went back to Cicero and started running cons again with his old buddy Marco. When Jimmy realized he's a changed man (and after Marco's untimely death), he headed back for an interview Kim had set up for him at a Santa Fe law firm. However, Jimmy chose not go through with it, vowing that his days of playing the game straight were over.
What's Next: Jimmy's epiphany doesn't lead to instant results. "It's not an instantaneous light switch that turns him into Saul Goodman," executive producer Peter Gould says. Instead, Jimmy will use his skills as a "natual-born problem solver" to get some new faces out of sticky situations, but he'll also get in some "me" time. "There's a certain amount of liquor and crab dip involved," Gould says. Jimmy's choice will cause some friction with Kim on top of the strained relationship between Jimmy and Chuck. "Jimmy and Chuck's relationship moves into a very different area this season," Gould says. "There's enormous pain and hurt from Jimmy, but there's also a connection between these two guys." Gould promises that Mike will go to "some very dark places" as his relationship with Jimmy blossoms, but ultimately all of the characters will have to take stock. "This season is about characters trying to have it both ways, trying to have their cake and eat it too," Gould says. "The truth is, sometimes you have to make a decision, and sometimes there's sacrifices that are very difficult to make."
Premieres: Saturday, Jan. 23 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Although Capt. Flint tried to organize a deal between England and the pirates of Nassau with Gov. Ashe, his plan went awry when Miranda Barlow realized Ashe killed her husband. During a confrontation, Miranda is killed and Flint is taken into custody and set to be hanged. However, Charles Vane storms Charles Town, retrieving Flint as the city is destroyed. John Silver lost his leg, Eleanor is arrested for organizing the pirate trade in Nassau, and Rackham and Bonny claimed the Urca gold for themselves and Max, who takes over all of Eleanor's businesses.
What's Next: Capt. Flint will truly live up to his namesake as he wages war against all authority in the name of avenging Miranda's death. Needless to say, that involves some reckless decision-making, which puts some of his men on edge. Speaking of uneasy alliances, there is a new three-pronged power structure in Nassau, but it may only survive if the fort can be rebuilt to protect all that stolen Spanish gold. Elsewhere, Eleanor will rely on a strange ally as she awaits he trial, and Ray Stevenson joins the cast as Edward Teach, aka Blackbeard, who, despite a long history with Vane & Co., isn't necessarily looking to make friends.
Premieres: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Last time we saw Abbi and Ilana, it was Ilana's 23rd birthday and they were sitting on the sidewalk of infamous NYC tourist trap St. Mark's Place eating pizza. That probably gives a pretty good indication of where they'll pick up this season.
What's Next: Abbi and Ilana will continue to deal with typical New York City problems (rats, the DMV, da club) in their own inimitable ways. We'll meet Abbi's dad for the first time (no word on casting yet, but may we suggest Jeff Garlin?). Oh, and Hillary Clinton's stopping by.
Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 3 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: In the jam-packed Christmas special, Mary turned down yet another suitor; Tom and little Sybbie moved to Boston; Anna and Bates were finally exonerated; Carson and Mrs. Hughes got engaged; and Lord Grantham had an ulcer.
What's Next: As time marches on -- the season begins in 1925 -- upstairs and downstairs alike ponder a post-Downton world. The size of the house staff continues to dwindle. (After all, who needs an under-butler these days?) Violet and Isobel quarrel over the future of Downton's hospital. Edith decides to make the most of her inheritance. With Tom gone, Mary distracts herself from mourning Matthew by taking a larger role in estate management. Plus: There will be two weddings and a pregnancy this season.
Premieres: Monday, Jan. 18 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Callie officially became a Foster, which makes her being in love with Brandon really, really awkward. Jude made the tough decision of letting Connor go to Los Angeles to live with his mom and feel safer.
What's Next: Can Callie and Brandon finally put their feelings aside and be siblings? That's the big question for the upcoming season. We'll also see how Jude manages his long-term relationship or if it's time to move on. But most importantly, Noah Centineo takes over the role of Jesus from Jake T. Austin, which means the Foster family bad boy is back and there's plenty of trouble to get into.
Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 3 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: A surprising number of points were left unresolved in Season 1: Gal and King Richard joined alliances and sailed away; Madalena offed Kingsley and seized the throne with Gareth; and Izzy got locked away inside a dollhouse. It's as if the goofy song-and-dance romp was boldly daring not to be renewed, and the ploy must have worked.
What's Next: Season 2 finds Galavant and Richard still united and using some fancy, medieval technology to connect with Isabella as she plots her escape. Through their connection, Richard vows to return to her as soon as he drops Richard off at his castle. Only wrinkle? The castle appears to have vanished.
Premieres: Thursday, Feb. 11 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: We learned that the feud between Owen and new doc Nathan has something to do with Owen's sister, with whom Nathan was (presumably) romantically and professionally involved. Alex proposed to Jo, and Amelia fell off the wagon after getting the cold shoulder from Owen.
What's Next: We'll get more answers about Owen's mysterious sister, and quickly --- after all, this is Grey Sloan Memorial, and personal secrets tend to spread like wildfire. Jo needs to decide whether her jealousy issues over Alex's relationship with Meredith are enough to cause her to reject his proposal, and Jackson and April will hopefully come to an agreement about whether their, um, collaboration in the winter finale was breakup sex or make-up sex. But most importantly, only time will tell whether Amelia's drink at the bar with Nathan will be a one-time slip-up or cause her to spiral back down into full-blown alcoholism.
Premieres: Sunday, Feb. 21, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Hannah made a good decision for once in her life by saying no to Adam when he told her he wanted to get back together. In a six-month flash-forward, we see that she's dating her coworker Fran. Shoshannah moved to Tokyo for a job. Jessa may have found a purpose in life as some sort of caretaker. Desi stood up to his fiancee Marnie at an important gig, but Marnie pulled it off alone with her ex Ray's encouragement. Hannah's parents continued to deal with the fallout of Tad coming out as gay.
What's Next: In addition to new haircuts, the girls have new relationships: Hannah with Fran, and Marnie with the mystery man she's marrying. Shosh and Jessa are coming into their own. Ray remains cranky
Premieres: Monday, Feb. 29 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Gordon teamed with Penguin to locate Theo Galavan and stop him from "sacrificing" Bruce Wayne to avenge his family's treatment in Gotham. After apprehending Galavan, however, Gordon decided not to take his chance with the legal system again and shot Galavan dead in cold blood. On the bright side, Gordon asked Lee to marry him after learning she was pregnant.
What's Next: Jim won't be able to simply sweep his murder of Galavan under the rug. "He's certainly compromised," executive producer Bruno Heller says. "He's stepped over that moral line. Jim Gordon has made a terrible mistake, which he's going to pay for." While Capt. Barnes will certainly be on his case, that's not all Jim should be concerned about. "The biggest price he will pay is in his relationship with Lee Tompkins," Heller teases. "Jim's essentially an honest man, so the need to have honest relationships does betray him in the end." Look for Penguin's re-ascension to the throne of Gotham to be challenged by familiar faces (Gilzean!) and new faces alike. "Dr. Hugo Strange [guest star B.D. Wong] has a profound effect on Penguin," Heller says. "He makes a new man of him in many ways. Plus: Bruce Wayne will finally find out who killed his parents!
Premieres: Thursday, Feb. 11 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Asher ran over Sinclair, believing that she was the one who leaked details about his dad's David Allen case that drove him to suicide. In the cover-up to frame Catherine for Sinclair's murder, Annalise pleaded with the Keating 4 to non-fatally shoot her and got Wes to pull the trigger by telling him that Rebecca is actually dead. Before he could shoot Annalise dead, she whispered his real name, Christophe, and a flashback revealed Eve and Annalise watching kiddie Christophe being interrogated by a detective.
What's Next: The remaining six episodes of the season will explore Annalise and Wes' history, so you can expect to see a lot more of Famke Janssen as Eve. "[Wes] has a lot of questions for her. I think he's probably full of guilt for what he did," executive producer Pete Nowalk tells us. "All the rules have changed. I don't think she's gonna be able to deal with him in the same way anymore or wants to." You will also see the rest of the flash-forward of when Asher arrives at a police station to make a statement. "We're going to see that when we come back and we'll understand what he's doing there," Nowalk says. "Is he confessing? Is this part of the plan? Does it not have anything to do with anything?"
Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Dee tried to hijack the extreme fitness cult Mac and Charlie joined, Ass Kickers United, in an effort to get them out of her place, where they've been squatting since their pad burned down in the previous season. In Sunny's typical dark fashion though, this season ended with their place going up in flames again.
What's Next: Now into a full decade, Sunny takes the crazy up a notch this season, with the gang's demonstration of Chardee MacDennis going horrifyingly wrong, Dee accidentally becoming a smut actress, and things getting downright terrifying when Mac and Dennis move to the suburbs. High-profile guests include You're the Worst star Andy Buckley in the premiere, and '80s heartthrob Richard Grieco later in the season. Also: Dennis gets butt naked!
Premieres: Monday, Feb. 15at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The squad tracked a murderer who was incorporating his victims into a film he was making. Elsewhere, Slider was sentenced to death, while it was a good news, bad news kind of day for Rusty: Although his relationship with Gus seemed to be heading somewhere, Rusty's biological mother returned to town.
What's Next: The procedural will use its last five episodes to tell one serialized mystery that connects to a cold-case murder of an off-duty cop and a Deputy D.A. "It's all one giant, sprawling investigation," executive producer James Duff says. "The mystery is knotty and difficult to unravel. Murder is pretty black and white, but there's a lot of gray around it." The gray area heavily involves disgraced former LAPD Detective Mark Hickman (guest star Jason Gedrick), who was Tao's partner at the time of the original murders and is now covertly working with someone in Major Crimes. "He perjured himself on the stand and Tao refused to back him up," Duff teases. "Hickman believes all the murders that happened after are attributable to Mike Tao wanting to protect his pension." On the personal side, Sharon will be faced with a tough choice regarding a possible career change.
Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: Josh finally got closure with Maggie, who decided to get married.
What's Next: Josh will continue tackling the surreal world of dating, including the challenges of maintaining friendships when you get a new girlfriend, satisfying your partner in bed, going bald, man-on-car sex and a cloning disaster. The season will also introduce a multi-episode love triangle arc featuring guest star Fred Armisen as Jesus.
Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Johann Fennhoff and Dottie planned to release psychopath-inducing gas on the public during the V-E Day Parade in Times Square. Fenhoff hypnotized Howard Stark into flying the plane himself, but Peggy snapped him out of it in time. Jack Thompson took all the credit for saving the day, but Peggy said it doesn't matter because she knows her own value. Peggy got hold of Captain America's blood and poured it into a river. In prison, Fennhoff met his new cellmate, Arnim Zola, who was already planning the birth of Hydra.
What's Next:Assigned to work a case under Sousa, the chief of the new West Coast bureau, Peggy moves to L.A., where Jarvis is also living while Howard Stark attempts to get into the movie business. Peggy soon finds herself drawn into an elaborate, dangerous conspiracy involving villainous actress Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett), aka Madame Masque, and her husband Calvin Chadwick (Currie Graham), a businessman running for Senate. Peggy will find a new love interest in Dr. Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin), a quirky scientist tied up in the conspiracy. Back in New York, Jack Thompson, the new head of SSR New York, will face tough decisions once the FBI's Vernon Masters (Kurtwood Smith) warns that the SSR is quickly becoming irrelevant in the post-war world. Season 2 will also introduce Jarvis' bubbly wife Ana (Lotte Verbeek) and see the return of Bridget Regan as Dottie.
Premieres: Tuesday, March 8 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Coulson secretly followed Ward and Fitz to the alien planet where Hydra went to find the ancient Inhuman that lives there. Fitz teamed up with Simmons' former lover Will to escape, only to discover Will had already died and the Inhuman was using his corpse as a vessel. Coulson killed Ward as revenge for Rosalind's death. Fitz shot Will, but the Inhuman oozed out of the body and into Ward's corpse. Everyone returned to Earth through the portal and the Inhuman linked up with Gideon Malick.
What's Next: Malick will now be faced with whether he just opened Pandora's Box by bringing the ancient Inhuman to Earth. Coulson will be struggling with the aftermath of killing Ward and questioning his own morality. Simmons will also blame herself for putting trust in Andrew, only for him to slaughter all the Inhumans in the compound.
Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 6, 8:30/7:30c
Where We Left Off:Things got awkward when Mike had to disinvite Carl from his and Molly's anniversary cruise in the wake of Carl and Victoria's bitter breakup, and then Carl asked for a new partner.
What's Next: This isMike & Molly's last season, and it'll be going out unceremoniously with a shortened episode order and a little bit of a chip on their broad Chicagoan shoulders. Mike and Carl will both be dealing with difficult new partners, and Molly will continue to deal with her difficult co-author Peggy.
Premieres: Wednesday, March 16 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Rayna accepted Deacon's marriage proposal, but may have lost her label thanks to Markus' departure. Avery continued to be wary about Juliette's intentions for him and Cadence, but agreed to supervised visits. Luke found himself in a personal crisis after discovering that he's $40 million in the hole thanks to embezzlement from his former manager, firing Gabriella and attempting (unsuccessfully) to reconcile with Colt. Scarlett dumped Caleb after realizing that they're not on the same page in their relationship.
What's Next: Wedding bells! Rayna and Deacon will finally tie the knot in a March episode, but will their nuptials go off without a hitch? Doubtful, since this isNashvilleafter all. Plus, Rayna's business is still up in the air. With Caleb out of the picture, the pieces are also in place for a Scarlett/Gunnar reunion. Can the same be said for Avery and Juliette?
Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 5, 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Schmidt and Cece got engaged! Coach moved to New York (well, Jersey City). Nick and Schmidt became co-owners of the bar. Jess and Nick admitted they still have feelings for each other, but vowed to just stay friends...or will they?
What's Next: This season will lead up to Schmeschme's wedding, and creator Liz Meriwether tells us all the characters will be doing more grownup stuff this year. Megan Fox will have a six-episode arc playing a pharmaceutical rep and old friend of Cece's (they met at the MTV Beach House in 2003) who sublets Jess' room while she's away.
Premieres: Thursday, Jan. 21, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Featuring such guest stars as Paul Reubens, Olivia Wilde and Vanessa Bayer, Season 5 provided, among other things, Candice and Toni's origin story and an exploration of the weird and wonderful world of taxidermy.
What's Next: This little sketch show that could is entering its sixth season, with renewed attention after Carrie Brownstein's well-received memoir. In addition to returning haracters like the Goths, the feminist bookstore owners, and Kyle MacLachlan's harebrained mayor, there will be lots of guest stars: Louis C.K., Zoe Kravitz, even notoriously humorless hard rock musician Glenn Danzig. Plus: Fred and Carrie may make their relationship more than platonic, and at some point, Carrie's gonna use a drone to shear off an unsuspecting man-bun.
Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: A was finally revealed to be Alison DiLaurentis' deranged cousin Charlotte and the Liars were finally free from their stalker chains. After the longest senior year in TV history, the girls went off to college and the show time-jumped five years to catch up with the actresses' real ages.
What's Next: The show is trading in A for "He" -- a new, dangerous big bad that seems to have it out for Ali (why is that girl so good at making enemies?). Now the quintet must ban together to figure out who once again wants to torture them for their secrets and new lies.
Premieres: Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: After the team realized that Leanne Sampson, the dead drug addict who was killed, was hired by someone to set Jane's apartment on fire, everyone went all out to protect Jane, especially after they cracked a code on a watch that was the penal code for kidnapping. But the person wasn't after Jane: Maura got kidnapped in the end.
What's Next: Obviously Maura will make it out alive. "We'll come back and see how we save [her]," executive producer Jan Nash says. But the rest of the investigation and finally catching the culprit targeting Jane, and why exactly he/she is seeking revenge on her, will last a bit longer. "There's a mysterious element to it. It takes a while to figure out what's going on. When they do figure out what's going on, it'll take a while to catch the perpetrator," Nash says. "We want to give her a meaningful nemesis in addition to these [standalone episodes]." Adam Sinclair's Kent Drake will still be around the rest of the season and Angie Harmon's daughter Avery will make her acting debut in an episode.
Premieres: Thursday, Feb. 11 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Mellie went on a filibuster to protect Planned Parenthood's funding as Olivia secretly had an abortion. Dissatisfied with her First Lady-like duties, Olivia had a huge blow-up with Fitz, and they broke up. Huck performed some psychological torture on kidnapped Rowan before dropping him off at his house, where Jake, who had just killed Lazarus One mastermind Russell, was waiting.
What's Next: Olitz will spend more time uncoupled than together, as Olivia refocuses on OPA and tries to keep her abortion on the down low. "It definitely seems like something she won't share unless she has to," Guillermo Diaz tells us. "But if she were to, I think it'd be Abby." Huck will try to distance himself even more from B613 and Rowan, but that's easier said than done, especially if Lazarus One isn't completely over yet. "I don't think it's truly going to be dead and done. And now Jake and Rowan are back together," he says. "They'll look more into it, I'm sure. ... This is something that's probably going to rear its head again.
Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 10 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Debbie is pregnant while Fiona was on the brink of divorce. Lip is in love with his profession and Ian broke up with Mickey so he can figure out how to deal with his bipolar disorder on his own. That was helped out by Mickey getting arrested for trying to kill Sammi.
What's Next: Fiona will find out that Debbie is pregnant and come hell or high water do anything to stop her baby sister from becoming a teenage mom (or herself from raising another kid). Carl returns from juvie with an "entrepreneurial" outlook on life. Mickey is still hoping a prison long-distance relationship will work with Ian, but it doesn't look good for Gallovich fans. Ian can commiserate with Lip, who has a hard road ahead to seduce his professor away from her husband.
Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Mike got arrested for conspiracy to commit fraud just minutes after he decided to give up the fake lawyering life for Rachel. To save Jessica's job as managing partner, Harvey stepped down himself, forcing Forstman to withdraw his backing for Hardman and Soloff's takeover.
What's Next: You will find out who outed Mike in the remaining six episodes of the season - and it's a person that executive producer Aaron Korsh did not always have in mind. "The writers came up with a different answer than I did," he tells us. "I don't know if everybody will be [surprised by the person's identity]. But there's a long list of people who knew and there are certainly plenty of other people who could've found out and handed him in even though we've never seen them know." Mike's arrest will also affect Harvey's plans, which might find him coming back to the firm. As for Mike and Rachel's wedding, "they're certainly not gonna have it in the same form," Korsh says.
Premieres:Tuesday, Jan. 5 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The McCall pack was farther apart than they've ever been. Scott was left for dead after Liam's rage attack and Stiles feared for his father's life. They still have no idea how to stop the Dread Doctors and Malia will soon have to come face to face with her murderous mother.
What's Next: Lydia will get in touch with her banshee powers as she's held in Eichen House. Scott will have to put his injuries aside to bring the pack back together as Beacon Hills is faced with a new threat -- a hell hound. Will the McCall pack will be able to patch things up in time to overcome the new threat or will Theo and his band of Chimeras become the top pack in town?
Premieres: Sunday, Feb. 21, 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: Just as Brett was starting to come out of the depression that made him unbearable to be around, Michelle hooked up with David, her coworker on the charter school project. Alex got cast in a movie with Tina's help, and he professed his love and begged her to come to New Orleans for the month with him. She said no, saying she belongs in Santa Monica with Larry.
What's Next: It might be too late for Brett and Michelle, who are spending some time apart. And big surprise, things aren't going perfectly: "I'm just really excited that you're more f--ed up than I am," Tina tells Michelle in a teaser for Season 2.
Premieres: Sunday, Feb. 14at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: When one of Alexandria's walls was compromised, the zombie herd stormed the community. After being bit, Deanna officially turned over control of Alexandria to Rick before she died, and Rick led a group of Alexandrians through the herd covered in zombie guts. Morgan and Carol argued about killing Morgan's prisoner, but while they argued, he was able to take advantage and escape.After not dyingin a massive zombie attack, Glenn returned to Alexandria just as it was being overrun.
What's Next: Rick will try to defend Alexandria, but may quickly realize the immense challenge of that task. Meanwhile, Morgan and Carol's ideological debate will continue, with others joining Morgan's side. "The question of whether you can get through this life without blood on your hands remains open," executive producer Scott Gimple says. "There isn't a definitive answer even after everything that happens." Although Gimple promises the arrival of Negan (guest star Jeffrey Dean Morgan) will "see him brought to life straight out of the books," he is hardly the only threat. "Some of the scariest people in the back half of the season are our people," Gimple teases. "These characters are at their strongest right now, but the problem is, the threats of the world are also at their strongest. We'll see these immovable objects meet." And, you guessed it, that mean's a higher body count. "The back half of the season will involve some crying and screaming at the TV set," Gimple says.
Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 24 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After the shuttering of the X-Files, Mulder was living in isolation as a fugitive and Scully was a doctor at a hospital. They reunited to work a case for the FBI involving a missing agent and a psychic former priest. The Cigarette Smoking Man was allegedly killed by a rocket shot ordered by Knowle Rohrer.
What's Next: Mulder and Scully, who are no longer a couple, are brought together at the request of conservative pundit and conspiracy theorist Tad O'Malley (Joel McHale). He introduces them to Sveta (Annet Mahendru), who claims to have been abducted many times and had multiple unborn babies taken from her in the process. As Mulder and Scully investigate, they stumble upon an even bigger conspiracies than aliens. The premiere and finale of the six-episode season will deal with this mythology arc, with the middle episodes consisting of monster-of-the-week stories. Silicon Valley star and The X-Files Files podcast host Kumail Nanjiani will guest-star in an episode, and Mitch Pileggi and William B. Davis will both reprise their roles as Walter Skinner and the CSM, respectively.
Premieres: Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Josh sent Gabi off into the sunset with a brand new food truck and his brother Jake to pursue her dream. It was a selfless move on his part, knowing that he still has feelings for her, but willing to put those on the backburner to see Gabi happy.
What's Next: The size and selflessness of Josh's gesture has Gabi rethinking things. Gabi will try to figure out her own feelings and potentially what she and Josh would be like as an actual couple.
Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Liza finally came clean to Josh about her actual age and naturally her 20-something tattoo artist boyfriend wan't ready to deal. He came around by the end of the finale, only to learn that Liza's college-age daughter is back in town and living with mom. Liza managed to avoid having to tell her coworkers and new best friends about her age scam despite almost being blackmailed into divulging the truth (and reminded us all to always save your emails!).
What's Next: Liza and Josh will have to figure out if their newly defined relationship can handle the adult world (is Josh ready to be stepfather material?) and Liza will need to really prove herself at work. That's why she started lying in the first place, but at some point she's going to have to come clean to her friends and that may bring the whole charade crumbling down.
QUANTICO - "Inside" - The terrorist responsible for the bombing of Grand Central Station is finally revealed, but instead of answers, more questions remain. While back at Quantico, the recruits receive a well-deserved few days off for the holidays, but not everyone is oh so merry when secrets are revealed and lines and blurred, on "Quantico" SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13 (10:00--11:00 p.m., EST) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Phillipe Bosse) PRIYANKA CHOPRA