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Winter TV 2019: A Guide to All Your Returning Favorites

Here's what's headed your way this January

Keisha Hatchett

Winter has finally arrived, and with it a slate of exciting returning shows that will undoubtedly keep you on your couch through the snowy months.

Shadowhuntersfans will get closure starting Monday, Feb. 25 after Freeform announced the series would end at the conclusion of its third season. The second half of Season 3 will wrap with a two-hour series finale that hopefully includes a happy ending for Magnus (Harry Shum Jr.) and Alec (Matthew Daddario), who more than deserve it!

In contrast, this year's feel-good story goes to Brooklyn Nine-Nine. After being unceremoniously canceled at Fox, NBC swooped in for the save and greenlit a sixth season, which will see Jake (Andy Samberg) and Amy (Melissa Fumero) finally embark on their honeymoon after tying the knot in the Season 5 finale.

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Meanwhile, A Series of Unfortunate Events will wrap up its misadventures after three seasons on Netflix and Gotham will close the door on the Caped Crusader's origin story after five thrilling seasons on Fox. Plus, Grey's Anatomy will bring the drama to ABC as Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) gets caught in a steamy love triangle with Deluca (Giacomo Gianniotti) and Link (Chris Carmack) in the second half of Season 15.

But that's just a small hint of what's to come this winter. Get the full scoop on all your favorite returning shows, including Chicago Fireand the rest of One Chicago, as well as Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery, in the gallery below.

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