How to Watch the 'Golden Globes,' 'Girls,' & Other Amazing Sunday TV On Jan. 11

Do you have any plans Sunday night? Instead of going out invite friends over because this Sunday is jam packed with television greatness including the Golden Globes with hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Plus it's too cold to go outside anyway. So, fire up the heat and break out the good alcohol for award show drinking games. If you're not into watching Golden Globes, Sunday night sees the premieres new and returning shows. If you're wondering how to watch the Golden Globes and not miss the premiere of Girls and other great shows Sunday just check out this list to see when and where they're airing.

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The Golden Globes at 8 pm ET (NBC)

What’s great about the Golden Globes is that they’re so much fun to watch mainly because the celebrities seem to be enjoying themselves. Maybe it’s all the alcohol? This year we’ll see the likes of Jared Leto, Meryl Streep, Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong’o presenting at the Golden Globes. You’ll be able to see live streams of the red carpet via E! which stars at 7 pm with Ryan Seacrest hosting. This is the last year Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the Golden Globes . So, let’s make the most of it, everyone.

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'Shameless' at 9 pm ET (Showtime)

Shameless returns to Showtime with its Season 5 premiere. We’ll see Fiona, played with verve by Emmy Rossum, with a new job and crush when the season kicks off.

If you choose The Globes over Shameless, Showtime’s on demand app will be your BFF. (Or you can use those iTunes gift cards you got over the holidays.)

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'Girls' at 9 pm ET (HBO)

Girls is back with its Season 4 premiere. Expect more awkward humor, unattractive sex scenes, and the dames you love (or love to hate) creating more drama in their own lives as Hannah joins the illustrious Iowa Writer’s Workshop.

And while you’ll need to watch the Globes and make sure Lena Dunham earns that award she so deserves, make sure you get yourself an HBOGo password so you can watch the ep immediately after the awards. You don’t want your coworkers spoiling it for you on Monday morning, right?

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'Togetherness' at 9:30 pm ET (HBO)

The new series Togetherness joins Girls for HBO’s Sunday night. Togetherness will fit in pretty well since it offers a barbed comedic take on a group of middle class, dissatisfied friends. Filmmakers Mark and Jay Duplass, indie film darlings, created the series along with Steve Zissis. If you’re a fan of their cinematic output you’ll definitely dig their new HBO show.

It’s not worth missing the Globes, but it worth using that HBOGo subscription (or your parents’ password — I won’t tell).

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'Looking' at 10 pm ET (HBO)

Looking Season 2 premieres Sunday Jan 11 at 10pm on HBO. Expect the characters to continue to wrestle with matters of the heart as they chart the course of their futures. Also, lots of sex. This is HBO after all.

Naturally, HBOGo is your best bet for this one. Unless you like buying episodes on iTunes, in which case, knock yourself out.

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'House of Lies' at 10 pm ET (Showtime)

House of Lies is one of the more under the radar shows of television’s golden age but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth checking out. It kicks off its fourth season on Showtime this Sunday.

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'Episodes' at 10:30 pm ET (Showtime)

Episodes , the meta take on Hollywood life starring Matt LeBlanc of Friends fame returns this Sunday. Check out Showtime’s on demand subscription service to catch the premiere after the Globes have wrapped up. If you don’t have Showtime, maybe you should just pay for it on iTunes or reassess your priorities.

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'Bob's Burgers' at 9:30 pm ET (FOX)

Bob’s Burgers continues its fifth season with the episode “Speakeasy Rider.” There will be beer, go-kart races, and the usual heartwarming weirdness we’ve come to expect from the Belchers. Fox generally posts its shows fairly quickly on your cable provider’s on demand channel, but if you want to watch it online, you’ll have to wait a week.

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'The Good Wife' at 10 pm ET on CBS

The Good Wife continues its game changing sixth season which returned from its midseason break last week. Alicia Florrick and Frank Praddy go head to head in “The Debate” as the State’s Attorney race heats up. Will we see any follow up to that out of nowhere kiss with her campaign manager? Is shipping Alicia with Finn a moot point? Will Kalinda survive? We’ll find out the answers to all these questions before this season ends but probably not in the ways we expect.

If you have CBS’ subscription service, you’ll be able to catch the ep pretty quickly online. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until it hits on demand and iTunes the next morning.

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