With 2014 behind us, there is no doubt that there will be a long line of new tv shows that will be coming to television screens in 2015.
Although last year we saw some of our favorite shows come to an end, this year, the next lineup of hit TV shows are sure to become fan favorites very soon.
With the 5th season of Game of Thrones to name a few of the highly anticipated comebacks this year, here is a lineup of the upcoming and must watch television shows that is waiting to be embraced by a new fandom.
Mark your calendars for these upcoming televisions shows to binge on in 2015.
Leading the list is the premiere of Marvel’s Agent Carter. With Marvel on the run of conquering both the small and the big screen, it is no surprise that we see this part of Marvel’s line up. The series focuses on the none other than Captain America’s girlfriend who becomes as agent of SHIELD during World War 2 after the disappearance of non other than Steve Rogers or Captain America himself.
Based on the 1995 film 12 Monkeys, this series will follow the same journey of a time traveler. The quest is to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague before it eradicates the human race.
Replacing Stephen Colbert is none other than Larry Wilmore. Wilmore is an Emmy-winning TV producer, actor, comedian and former “Daily Show” correspondent.
Breaking Bad’s very own sleazy lawyer gets his own show. Bob Odenkirk returns as the sleazy criminal lawyer from Breaking Bad. The catch in this series is that it focuses on the lawyers years before his meeting with Walter White.
This television series has undergone quite a number of remakes. From a Broadway hit to a classic movie, the series focuses on two unlikely roommates Oscar and Felix.
This unlikely series follows the story of an FBI agent stationed is Jerusalem who uncovers a 2,000 year old conspiracy.
Saying goodbye for one last time, Stephen Colbert becomes David Letterman’s successor on his late night show.
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy creates another anthology that focuses on one of the most infamous murder trials. The series is based on a book written by Jeffrey Toobin which examines the O.J Simpson trial.
Based from the 1973 movie, this hilarious series is about a robot malfunction in an adult themed park in the future.
Based on the comic book series, the story focuses on a girl named Gwen who eats a brain once a month to keep herself from losing her memories and intelligence.