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2009 Winter TV Series Making Their Debut

New 2009 Winter TV Series Have Been AnnouncedAlice Clair Gunkee, Yahoo Contributor Network

Jewelry TvWinter is just around the corner for 2009 bringing with it a new Winter TV season and numerous new Winter TV series. Here is a look at the ninety-five new Winter TV shows along with a quick recap of each new series including the date and time of when the new series will air. CLICK HERE for the complete 2009-10 Winter TV schedule.

19 Kids & Counting
(TLC, Sundays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 31, 2010)
"Special Duggar Delivery" - Complications arise when Josie, the 19th child of Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar, arrives prematurely.

24 Hour Restaurant Battle
(Food, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 18, 2009)
Two teams square off to prove they have what it takes to open their own restaurant.

24/7 Jimmie Johnson: Race to Daytona
(HBO-E, Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 26, 2010)
See exclusive behind-the-scenes access, along with in-depth interviews with Johnson, crew chief Chad Knaus, team owner Rick Hendrick and the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports team as they prepare for the 2010 Daytona 500.

101 Chowdown Countdown
(Travel, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 3, 2010)
The best lobster shck in Maine; the official BBQ capital of Texas; and the favorite destination of sausage lovers are visited in episode one.

Accidental Fortune
(TLC, Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 23, 2009)
People find unimaginable treasures in unlikely places.

American Pickers
(History, Mondays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
In the first episode, Mike Wolfe & Frank Fritz try to acquire a vintage carnival ride, a Philip Morris bellhop sign & a samurai sword.

Archer
(FX, Thursdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 14, 2010)
"Archer" is FX's first animated series in 10 years. The employees at ISIS (International Secret Intelligence Service), an international spy agency, are constantly out to undermine each other.

Bank of Hollywood
(E!, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 14, 2009)
These "bankers" are ready to dole out some big money to help make dreams come true. Applicants just have to win them over first.

BBQ Pitmasters
(TLC, Thursdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 3, 2009)
TLC launches a new food show about American barbecuing, nationwide BBQ competitions and the world of competing grillers.

Be Good Johnny Weir
(Sundance, Mondays, 10:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
Follow U.S figure skating Olympian Johnny Weir and the people around him as he trains to make the Winter Olympics in 2010.

Big Time Rush
(Nick, Mondays, 8:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
The boys in the band learn that they still have to attend school while recoeding their new album.

Bigfoot
(National Geographic, Sundays, 8:00pm. Winter TV Series Debut: January 24, 2010)
Join a team of experts as they use advanced scientific analysis to investigate the phenomenon to reveal what's science, and what's science fiction

Blood for the Gods
(Discovery, Sundays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 3, 2010)
The truth behind ancient rituals of fertility sarifices is explored in episode ones', "Sex and Death."

Blood, Sweat & T-Shirts
(Planet Green, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 1, 2010)
"The Factory Floor" - Shopaholics learn the true cost of their fashion habits from the workers who produce the outfits they wear.

Blood, Sweat & Takeaways
(Planet Green, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 4, 2010)
In episode one, 6 teenagers investigate Indonesia's tuna industry.

Blue Mountain State
(Spike, Tuesdays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 11, 2010)
In the vein of "Animal House, " "Blue Mountain State" follows three incoming freshman in a big-time, Midwestern college football program. Will they be able to juggle football, girls, class and nonstop hazing?

The Book Group
(Ovation, Mondays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 4, 2010)
New to Glasgow, American Clare starts a book group to meet new people.

Border Wars
(NTGEO, Sundays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 10, 2010)
In episode one, officers & agents in Nogales discover a secret stach of money.

Bristol Bay Brawl
(Discovery, Wednesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 23, 2009)
"Race for Roe" - Some of Alaska's toughest fishermen have 10 days to battle for the multi-million dollar bounty of herring roe. Livelihoods are at stake, as fishermen risk life and limb during the Togiak, Alaska herring sea harvest.

Britain's Missing Top Model
(BBC America, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 1, 2009)
Eight beautiful disabled models, seven tough assignments, and one incredible prize; is the modeling world ready for them?

The Buried Life
(MTV, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
The crew arrives in LA& the guys attempt to sneak into the Playboy Mansion as uninvited guests in the first episode.

Caprica
(Syfy, Fridays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 22, 2010)
"Caprica" is the prequel to "Battlestar Galactica." Journey 50 years back before "Battlestar Galactica" and follow the lives of two rival families - the Graystones and the Adamas on the world of the 12 Colonies.

Carnie Wilson: Unstapled
(Game, Thursdays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 14, 2010)
The multi-faceted life of the singer & game show host.

Clash of the Dinosaurs
(Discovery, Sundays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 6, 2009)
"Clash of the Dinosaurs" takes a new look at the greatest beasts to ever walk the Earth. Cinematic photo-real 3D graphics are joined with cutting-edge paleontology to reveal the unique inner workings of these prehistoric survival machines.

Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura
(TruTV, Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 2, 2009)
Jesse is on the road with investigative producers June Sarpong & Michael Piper & executive producer Michael Brayerman to examine possible conspiracies surrounding events such as Big Brother, 9/11, HAARP, Global Warming, Secret Societies, Apocalypse 2012 and the Manchurian Candidate.

Cupcake Wars
(Food, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 27, 2009)
Four cupcake makers vie to have their treats presented at the Alma Awards.

The Deep End
(ABC, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 21, 2010)
The only way first-year lawyers can survive is to support each other and, at the same time, compete against each other.

Demons
(BBC America, Saturdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 2, 2010)
A teen's world is turned upside down when he discovers he's a descendant of the famed vampire hunter Van Helsing and must continue in his footsteps.

Emergency Level One
(TLC, Sundays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 27, 2009)
In the first episode, two pregnant women are involved in a car crash and a stabbing in a bar fight takes an ugly twist.

Family Style
(Food, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 22, 2009)
Family Style is the new docu-series that follows siblings Joey and Melissa Maggiore as they each open a restaurant in the San Diego area. Joey is opening the flagship restaurant in his chain of barbecue restaurants; Melissa is auditioning executive chefs for her full service eatery.

Fantasia for Real
(VH1, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 11, 2010)
The series follows American Idol winner Fantasia as she juggles her career and single-motherhood while devoting her energy into recording her highly anticipated third album.

Fight Science
(National Geographic, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 1, 2010)
"Ultimate Soldiers" - The members of a highly-trained Special Operations Force are pushed to their physiological & psychological breaking points.

Flipped: A Mobster Tells All
(Discovery, Thursdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 28, 2010)
Michael (Mikey Flattop) DeRosa's rise within New York's most ruthless mafia familycomes crashing down after a sting operation.

Four Weddings
(TLC, Saturdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 30, 2010; Preview December 11, 2009)
Four brides attend and rate each other's wedding day. The bride with the most votes wins a dream honeymoon.

Frank the Entertainer...in a Basement Affair
(VH1, Sundays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut, January 3, 2010)
Frank welcomes 15 women to his parents' house inthe hopes of finding love.

Ghost Intervention
(TLC, Saturdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 12, 2009)
"Ghost Intervention" a four-part docu-series that chronicles a case manager and a team of women with psychic abilities as they try to help different families who are struggling with paranormal activity in their homes.

Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live
(Fox, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 15, 2009)
Chef Gordon Ramsay provides step-by-step instructions for cooking a three-course meal in an hour.

Hardcore Pawn
(TruTV, Mondays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 21, 2009)
In a time when creditors have closed their purse strings and stopped lending, the residents of Detroit know they can always rely on American Jewelry and Loan, "the working man's bank." The gold family and their employees never know what to expect when people's personal items are on the line and conflicts escalate. These pilots take us into the zany world of a large, lucrative pawn shop and the amazing people who bring in everything from alligators to prothestic limbs. Every pawn ticket has a story and there are over 40, 000 stories in the warehouse to tell.

Howe & Howe Tech
(Discovery, Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 5, 2010)
"Badger Goes Boom!" is the title of episode one where the Howe brothers build an ultra-tough all-terrain vehicle.

Human Target
(Fox, Wednesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 20, 2010; Preview January 17, 2010)
Mark Valley plays Christopher Chance, a mysterious security freelancer who protects clients in danger by assuming their identities.

I'm in the Band
(Disney XD, Mondays, 7:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
In the first episode, Tripp writes a song after being dumped.

I'm Pregnant and...
(Discovery Health, Tuesdays, 9:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 1, 2009)
...."Addicted, " "Homeless, " & "Have an Eating Disorder" are just 3 of the problems these new mothers have.

The Imploders
(TLC, Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 30, 2009)
These people like to blow up big objects. In episode one, the 10 story Quest Tower in Phoenix, Arizona will be brought down with 235 pounds of explosives.

The Inbetweeners
(BBC America, Wednesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 27, 2010; Preview: January 25, 2010)
Adolescence - the greatest rite of passage of them all.

The Jackson Family: A Family Dynasty
(A&E, Sundays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 13, 2009)
The Jackson brothers, Jackie, Jermaine, Tito & Marlon will allow access into their personal world as they rehearse for a concert & record new material in celebration of the 40th anniversary of The Jackson Five. The series will also document the brothers coming to terms with the tragic loss of their brother Michael and determining how to properly honor his legacy.

Jersey Shore
(MTV, Thursdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 3, 2009)
Eight people come together for the summer to live & work in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.

Kell on Earth
(Bravo, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 1, 2010)
Bravo's newest docu-series is about to give you an inside look at the cutthroat world of fashion, starring none other than the woman at the center of it all, Kelly Cutrone.

La La Land
(SHO-E, Mondays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 25, 2010)
Award-winning British comedy sensation Marc Wootton stars in LA LA LAND, the new six-episode, half-hour series about three wannabes struggling to find fame and fortune in Los Angeles. Starring Marc Wootton.

Las Vegas Jailhouse
(TruTV, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut:January 31, 2010)
This series takes you behind the scenes and behind Las Vegas Jails. It's an in-depth look at law enforcement officers doing their job in a city that never sleeps.

Launch My Line
(Bravo, Wednesdays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 2, 2009)
Professionals & fashion experts team up to produce a cohesive fashion line.

Let's Talk About Pep
(VH1, Mondays, 10:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 11, 2010)
After a break from dating, Pep starts seeing an NFL player.

Life Unexpected
(CW, Mondays, 9:00pm Winter TV Series Debut: January 18, 2010)
A young girl finds her biological parents and that discovery changes all their lives.

Little Chocolatiers
(TLC, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 31, 2010)
"For Whom the Chocolate Flows" - The Hatches try to produce a game of Russian roulette using chocolate-covered chili peppers. (I'm out - not playing that game even with chocolate involved!)

Mad House
(History, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 10, 2010)
Auto racing archrivals Burt Myers & Junior Miller carry on a feud between their families.

Main Street Mysteries
(ID, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 5, 2010)
"Vanished" - A 20-year-old woman vanishes after a fight with her boyfriend.

Make Room for Multiples
(TLC, Wednesdays, 2:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 23, 2009)
More than three dozen doctors are on hand for the arrival of quadruplets in Philadelphia. How will this Philadelphia family fare when the reality finally sinks in? Is this mom and dad prepared for the difficult road ahead?

Manhattan Marriage Project
(TLC, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 8, 2010; Preview December 18, 2009)
Wedding planner Gino Filippone helps make couples' wedding dreams a reality atop the Empire State Building.

Men of a Certain Age
(TNT, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 7, 2009)
Three middle-aged friends try to support each other through the challenges of mid-life.

Meteorite Men
(Discovery Science, Wednesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 20, 2010)
In search of extraterrestrial treasures, the Meteorite Men are on the hunt for space rocks buried for thousands of years and older than the planet Earth!

Mexican Made Easy
(Food, Saturdays, 9:30am, Winter TV Series Debut: January 23, 2010)
Professional chef and cookbook author Marcela Valladolid prepares a fresh take on Mexican food and shares simple and authentic recipes.

The Michael Vick Project
(BET, Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 2, 2010)
The football player works to repair his damaged reputation & achieve success on the field.

Monsters Resurrected
(Discovery, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 6, 2009)
Spinosaurus holds the world record for being the largest known carnivorous dinosaur, given its impressive length and 9.9-ton build. Read more on Spinosaurus HERE.

Motor City Motors
(Discovery, Mondays, 8:00pm, Winter TV series Debut: December 28, 2009)
In episode one titled "The Gasser Sports, " a team of builders must turn a slow-rolling 1928 Ford Model-T into a hot rod in order to claim the prize.

NFL Full Contact
(TruTV, Mondays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 8, 2010)
There are six events that ultimately define the 2009 NFL season. These pivotal events are the backdrop for NFL Full Contact and will follow key characters that contribute to the infrastructure that make or break the event.

One Big Happy Family
(TLC, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 29, 2009)
In episode one, "Troubling News, " we seea family in which the mother, father, daughter and son each weigh more than 300 pounds.

Operation Wild
(Planet Green, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 8, 2010)
Whether it's rescuing distressed boaters, wrangling defiant alligators or hunting down nighttime poachers, it's never a typical day for the officers of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC).

Our Little Genius
(Fox, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 19, 2010)
Forget worrying if you are smarter than a 5th grader. Fox is amping up the game show circuit with a new game show that will allow parents of young geniuses - age 6 to 12 - to put their kids' knowledge to use winning "life-changing money."

Outer Space Astronauts
(Syfy, Tuesdays, 9:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 8, 2009)
Outer Space Astronauts is a futuristic comedy series about eight vaguely courageous, highly distractible military personnel who journey to the far reaches of the galaxy seeking knowledge, adventure ... and whatever else they can come up with.

Outlaw Amazon
(Discovery, Thursdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 7, 2010)
Bruce Parry investigates outlaws thriving in the Amazon.

Paranormal Cops
(A&E, Tuesdays, 10:30pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 19, 2010)
In "Casa Madrid, " disturbing events in the basement of Roger's store causes him to ask for help.

Party Heat: Little Sturgis
(TruTV, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 22, 2009)
Cameras follow the officers and security guards of the Little Sturgis Rally in Peduca, the hottest spot for fun and entertainment in Kentucky.

Past Life
(Fox, Thursdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: TBA)
A team of private detectives use regression therapy and reincarnation theory to solve mysteries from their clients' pasts.

Pet Psychic Encounters
(Animal Planet, Saturdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 2, 2010)
Pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick speaks to animals and their owners.

Pit Boss
(Animal Planet, Saturdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 16, 2010)
Shorty rescues an abandoned pit bull & tries to find its owner in episode one.

Private Chefs of Beverly Hills
(Food, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 29, 2009)
Get a glimpse into the world ofBig City Chefs, a private chef placement agency in Beverly Hills.

Sci-fi Science: Physics of the Impossible
(Discovery Science, Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 1, 2009)
Could science really lead to the creation of devices like light sabers and time machines that we can only see in sci-fi movies?

Secrets of Aspen
(VH1, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 3, 2010)
In the first episode the townspeople mingle at a summer kick-off party.

The Sing-Off
(NBC, Mondays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut December 14, 2009)
This four night event (December 14, 15, 16 and 21) is a battle of voices competing for America's vote & an Epic Records/Sony Music recording contract.

Solving History with Olly Steeds
(Discovery, Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut January 13, 2010)
In episode one, "Ark of the Covenant, " Olly tracks clues that the actual Ark of the Covenant escaped Jerusalem & exists today in Ethiopia.

Spartacus: Blood & Sand
(Starz, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 22, 2010)
The world of gladiators comes to life as the Roman Republic's most brutal fighters clash in the ultimate arena. "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" is an entirely new vision of the ancient legend and will utilize virtual environments giving it a unique graphic novel look and style, along with a fresh narrative approach.

Step-Off
(MTV2, Sundays, 3:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 31, 2010)
Sororities & fraternities compete for scholarships.

Steven Seagal: Lawman
(A&E, Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 2, 2009)
We all know Steven Seagal from movies & TV. But did you know he is also a real life police officer with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office in New Orleans? Ride shoot-gun with Steven as he goes out on calls. In episode one, "The Way of the Gun, " an armored carjacker is captured after a high speed chase. Read a quick recap of Steven's new show HERE.

Surviving Survivor
(CBS Special Premiere, Thursday, 8:00pm, February 4, 2010)
The greatest moments in Survivor history are featured with new interviews with favorite castaways.

Team Umizoomi
(Nickelodeon Jr, Mondays, 11:30am, Winter TV Series Debut: January 25, 2010)
Learn mighty math powers and a whole lot more with Team Umizoomi! Team Umizoomi was designed to help kids develop their skills with and to build their confidence in problem solving and important early-math concepts.

Teen Mom
(MTV, Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 8, 2009)
In "16 and Pregnant, " they were moms-to-be. Now, follow Farrah, Maci, Amber, and Catelynn as they face the challenges of their first year of motherhood.

TNA Epics
(Spike, Thursdays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 14, 2010)
Kurt Angle's struggles in the TNA ring.

Toxic Files
(Planet Green, Mondays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 4, 2010)
"Toxic Files" takes viewers inside a world of intrigue and shocking revelations as each medical mystery is unraveled symptom by symptom.

Truth in Motion
(NBC Special, Saturday, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 30, 2010)
An elite group if US skiers prepare for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Ultimate Power Builders
(Planet Green, Fridays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 11, 2009)
No, this show is not about body building. Future generations will see environmentally-friendly projects in that will provide unlimited sources of energy. Watch as these projects evolve into green mega-structures.

What I Hate About Me
(Style, Saturdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 2, 2010)
A woman faces 10 things she doesn't like about herself in an effort to feel beautiful.

Wild Recon
(Animal Planet, Tuesdays, 9:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 5, 2010)
While other children were out playing soccer, nine year-old Donald Schultz was busy catching and handling the deadliest snakes on the planet. Born and raised in South Africa, Donald was the youngest person ever to give venomous snake demonstrations at the world-famous Fitzsimons Snake Park. But catching, caring for and studying snakes were not enough. Now, Donald travels the globe tracking down dangerous creatures, all in the name of science. He uses his animal insight and taste for adrenaline for a greater cause, risking his own life for research that may one day save the lives of animals and humans.

Will Race Anything!
(TruTV, Tuesdays, 11:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: December 15, 2009)
On any given weekend in America, there are hundreds of ways for the average Joe to battle to be the fastest guy in town, whether it's on racetracks, through mud bogs, or over frozen lakes. In each episode, Dave Freiburger and Chad Reynolds take on a new ludicrous motor sport in a different corner of the country, daring to beat the locals at their own game. From swamp buggies to electric-powered barstools, they'll build it, drive it, wreck it, and repeat!

The Woman Who Stops Traffic
(Planet Green, Wednesdays, 8:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: February 3, 2010)
"Marlow" - Marlow England has the highest car ownership in the country.

Worst Cooks in America
(Food, Sundays, 10:00pm, Winter TV Series Debut: January 3, 2010)
This six-week series will put the "recruits" through a culinary boot camp. Twelve of the most hopeless cooks in the country will compete in a high-stakes elimination series in Worst Cooks in America. At stake for the last two standing is the chance to cook for a panel of esteemed culinary critics and win the grand prize of $25, 000.

Sources:

NBC
Fox
The CW
A&E
Animal Planet
BBC America
Bravo
Discovery
E!
Food Network
FX
HBO
MTV

National Geographic
Nickelodeon Junior
Planet Green
Science
Showtime
Spike TV
Starz
Sundance
Syfy
TLC
TNT
TruTV
VH1

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