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2011-02-09 13:00
So your PVR is going to be doing some over-time if you're a die-hard series junkie. Many of our favourite characters are returning to the small screen this month. Here are the premieres we're just dying to see.

The Vampire Diaries Season 2
Starts on Vuzu (DStv channel 123) on Monday February 14 at 20:30.
Elena comes home to discover John and Jeremy's fates. At the hospital, Sheriff Forbes waits to hear if Caroline will survive the car crash.

Watch the trailer for Season 2 here.

See the photos from Season 1 here.

Dexter Season 5
Starts on M-Net (DStv channel 101) on Tuesday February 15 at 21h30.
Dexter is now a widowed single dad who's dealing with guilt, grief, and of course, a need to kill. How will he juggle it all?

Watch the trailer for Season 5 here.

Two and A Half Men Season 5
Starts on SABC 3 (DStv channel 133) on Tuesday February 15 at 19:30.
Jake is gearing up for his first day of Junior High School. His well-meaning guardians, father Alan and Uncle Charlie, try to help him prepare for the special day, but their good intentions are marred when they end up potentially traumatising him.

Reacquaint yourself with the family in our gallery.

Californication Season 4
Starts on M-Net (DStv channel 101) on Tuesday February 22 at 22:00.
Charlie bails Hank out after a weekend spent in jail. While his arrest has created a lot of buzz around his books, he's not allowed to see Becca or Karen. What's Moody going to do now?

Watch the trailer for Season 4 here.

Survivor South Africa: Maldives
Starts on M-Net (DStv channel 101) on Thursday February 24 at 19:30.
Nico Panagio is in the Maldives for the Celebs vs. Plebs version of Survivor SA.

Meet the 19 contestants here.

Tell us which shows you're most looking forward to.

Murderers, vampires and castaways... Here's our pick of series premieres to look out for this month.
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