Stomping around the house in your festive pajama set waiting your favorite TV shows to come back in January (and February and March—ugh)? To keep your television cravings at bay, here's what to eat and drink until your favorite shows start up again.
Returns: January 6
Last year's holiday episode had a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law duke it out for Christmas dinner supremacy. Turns out, one of them had a little help...
Returns: January 10
This animated series is well-known for its breakout feminist icon—but let us not forget its namesake establishment and the rival restaurant across the way, Jimmy Pesto's.
Returns: January 5
Though Boyle may be known for his sophisticated palate, the gang at the nine-nine gets by just fine on coffee and doughnuts.
Returns: March 30 (sorry!)
Cookie + Champagne = Everything
Fresh Off the Boat
Returns: February 2
The Huang family's struggle to balance a Taiwanese-U.S. American identity was best illustrated by mom's home cooking versus mac and cheese (with bacon bits!).
Returns: January 12
If craving brains weren't a bad enough side-effect of zombie-hood, they also seem to experience taste bud-death. Pro tip: Start stocking up on hot sauce before the zombie apocalypse.
Jane the Virgin
Returns: January 25
Jane loves grilled cheese sandwiches, but she loves immaculately conceived little Mateo (Gloriano Rogelio Solano Villanueva) even more.
Returns: January 6
The Pritchett/Delgado/Tucker/Dunphy clan keeps growing, and every season seems to bring one more mouth to feed—including little Frenchie Stella. I mean, STELLA!
Returns: February 11
SO MUCH DRAMA. It just makes you want to pack up, move to Vermont, and make jam. Wine jam.
Returns: January 20
Dean and Sam have pretty much been living off diner food their whole lives... or at least for the last 11 seasons. Our thoughts are with their cholesterol levels.
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