While 2013 bid goodbye to "Nikita" and Matt Smith's "Doctor Who," there is an exciting line-up for 2014 TV shows. With Sherlock Season 3, The Walking Dead Season 4 and Game of Thrones Season 4 returning, there are many other shows that will debut this year. Here are top 10 TV shows to watch in 2014.
2014 Top 10 TV Shows To WatchOut For
1. Sherlock Season 3 - Returning in 2014 is one of the most popular and anticipated shows "Sherlock" with its Season 3. After its return on Christmas Day with a minisode, "Many Happy Returns," fans are now excited for its full-fledged return with its latest season. The show picks up after two years of the Reichenbach fall incident. What many will look forward to in the show is Watson's marriage and new villain Charles Augustus Magnussen.
2. The Voice Season 6 - After this year's thrilling season of The Voice, the show will be returning in 2014 with Season 6. One of the biggest reality singing competitions, The Voice Season 6 (2014) returns to NBC on Feb. 24, 2014. This year's "The Voice" will be judged and coached by Usher and Shakira, along with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
3. The Real Housewives of Melbourne - Yet another reality show will be returning to channel Arena is "The Real Housewives of Melbourne." Andrea Moss, Jackie Gillies, Janet Roach, Lydia Schiavello and Chyka Keebaugh will start their battle in February 2014. These high profile socialites will struggle to survive the drama and bitchiness in the all new season.
4. Game of Thrones Season 4 - Another popular and most anticipated TV show of 2014 is the fantasy series "Game of Thrones." Returning with Season 4, the show will premiere on HBO in early 2014. Following the stories inspired by George R.R. Martin works, this season will be based on author's novel titled, "A Storm of Swords," the third book of the series, "A Song of Ice and Fire."
5. The Biggest Loser Challenge Australia - Making a return to Channel 10, "The Biggest Loser" will bring in the new challenge in Australia. Veteran fitness trainers Michelle Bridges, Steve "Commando" Willis and Shannan Ponton are heading to the city of Ararat in Victoria.
6. Intelligence - The most anticipated new series, CBS's "Intelligence," is an action-adventure TV show about the lead character Gabriel, played by Josh Holloway. Gabriel has a microchip installed in his brain to help him in his adventures as an espionage heading to the perilous missions. The show will premiere on Jan. 7, 2014.
7. True Detective - One of the top 10 TV shows to watch out for in 2014 is the new thriller titled, "True Detective," which will premiere on HBO Jan. 12, 2014. The show has a star-studded cast such as Hollywood hero Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson and Kevin Dunn. It revolves around the murder mystery, reopened after years in Louisiana.
8. Helix - 2014 is truly a year of sensational thriller shows. Upcoming is another thriller show about scientists from the Centers for Disease Control. These scientists are working in the arctic region on a mission to curb an outbreak of a mysterious disease. But they will discover something even more deadly that may threaten the civilization. The show premiers Jan. 10 on Syfy.
9. Grey's Anatomy Season 10 - ABC's long running medical drama show Grey's Anatomy took to winter break after a cliffhanger ending. Fans are excited about the show's return as it will reveal the consequences of unprecedented confession of Jackson in the midst April and Matthew's wedding ceremony. The show will return Feb. 27, 2014 with Grey's Anatomy Season 10 Episode 13.
10. The Walking Dead Season 4 - This is part of the top 10 TV shows to watch out for in 2014. AMC's horror show is one of the most anticipated shows which will return Feb.9, 2014 with Season 4 Episode 9. Fans are waiting to see what will become the prison and the prisoners with the Governor finally gone.
Besides Sherlock Season 3, "Game of Thrones Season 4," "The Walking Dead Season 4," The Voice" and other top 10 TV shows of 2014, there are some more to watch out for. Some of them are "Justified" on FX, "Community" on NBC, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "The Spoils of Babylon" and "Killer Women."