25 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2016

From true-crime recreations to the return of 'Game of Thrones,' here's what we can't wait to watch this year

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'Love' (February 19th)

You've seen one boy meets girl, boy loses girl TV show before, you've seen them all, right? Wrong: Executive producer Judd Apatow's look at the peaks and valleys of modern love via a dorky young man (Paul Rust) and an alcoholic wreck (Community's Gillian Jacobs) with a penchant for picking Mr. Wrong promises a more cringe-comic, brutally raw take on romance than most folks are comfortable with. Our own David Ehrlich described the show as "one of the most honest TV romances of recent memory, even if the characters can be so self-destructive that the show sometimes feels like the rom-com equivalent of Making a Murderer." Sold! DF

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