With the Thanksgiving weekend, the holiday season has begun. But TV fans still love to curl around the couch, enjoy dramas and reality shows this December.
Since most of the popular shows, including Once Upon A Time and Scorpion, are on a short hiatus, it is time to try out some new shows that will hit the small screen in the last month of the calendar year. In order to ease the struggle of tracking the premiere dates of all the returning and debuting dramas and reality shows, here is the list for your convenience:
Cheap Eats: The reality show that follows Bang For Your Burger Buck author Ali Khan in his quest for some of the best meals with best deals will be premiering its second season on Thursday, December 1.
The Great American Baking Show: The reality competition show on ABC, wherein the bakers think out-of-the-box to showcase their best culinary skills, will return with season 2 on Thursday, December 1.
Nightwatch: A reality documentary series on A&E, which revolves around the firefighters, police officers and EMTs in New Orleans, will be back with its third season on December 1.
Top Chef: The reality competition series on Bravo, produced by Magical Elves Productions, features the chefs competing with each other in various culinary challenges. It will return with its fourteenth season on December 1.
Lost Generation: A new compelling musical drama series, which revolves around the heart-tugging mystery of a lost friend, will be premiered on go90 on December 1.
Pacific Heat: An Australian animated sit-com, which is co-created by Tom Gleisner, Santo Cilauro and Rob Sitch, will be premiered on Netflix on December 2.
Homicide For The Holidays: An event-series delves into the terrifying twists, turns and tell-alls about how tumultuous the holiday season can be. It will be premiered on Oxygen at 8pm EST on December 3.
Lost & Found Music Studios: A Canadian drama series, which was created by Frank van Keeken, will be premiered on Netflix on December 3.
Mariah's World: An eight-episode long documentary series, which revolves around the life of singer Mariah Carey, will be premiered on E! network on December 4.
The Royals: The television drama series, created by Mark Schwahn and starring Elizabeth Hurley in lead role, will be back with season 3 on December 4 on E! network.
The Great Christmas Light Fight: The popular reality competition show on ABC will be back with season 4 on December 5.
Timber Creek Lodge: A new reality show, which is co-produced by Jameel Bharmal, Bruce Toms, Jeff Hevert and Andrea Gorfolova, will be premiered on Bravo on December 5.
The Battle Of The Ex-Besties: The new reality competition show, which will be hosted by E! News Correspondent Sibley Scoles, will feature fourteen former BFFs and force them to forget past differences in order to win US$ 100,000 as grand prize. It will be telecast in Oxygen on December 6.
Gangsters America's Most Evil: The documentary television series that features notorious criminals, who are involved in drug trafficking, human trafficking, murder and racketeering, will be back with its fourth season on Reelz on December 6.
Knocked Up: A new reality show on Life will be premiered on December 6
Shut Eye: It is an upcoming 10-episode long drama series created by Les Bohem. It will be telecast on Hulu on December 7.
Alone: The reality series by Zachary Behr and Russ McCarroll will be back with season 3 on History on December 8.
The Selection Special Operation Experiment: A new reality television show on History will be premiered on December 8.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills: One of the most popular reality shows on Bravo will be back with its seventh season on December 9.
Club de Cuervos: the Mexican comedy-drama will be back with season 2 on Netflix on December 9.
Fuller House: The second season of popular sit-com will be premiered on Netflix on December 9.
Mozart In The Jungle: The television web series created by Picrow will be back with season 3 on Amazon on December 9.
White Rabbit Project: The show, starring Tory Belleci, Grant Imahara and Tory Belleci, will be premiered on Netflix on December 9.
America's Next Top Model: The twenty-third season of popular VH1 reality show will be premiered on December 12.
Star: An upcoming musical drama on Fox, starring Ryan Destiny, Jude Demorest and Brittany O'Grady, will be premiered on December 14.
Man In The High Castle: The second season of dystopian history web series will be aired on Amazon on December 16.
Terry Crews Saves Christmas: An holiday-themed show on The CW will be telecast on December 20.
Trollhunters: An upcoming Mexican computer-animated web series by Guillermo del Toro will be premiered on Netflix on December 23.
When Calls The Heart: The fourth season of Canadian-American drama series will be premiered on December 25.
Chasing Cameron: The new television series will be premiered on Netflix on December 27.