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PopWatch Planner: 'Sherlock' premiere, 'Sleepy Hollow' finale, 'Vampire Diaries' 100th, and more

As your favorite shows slowly start to come back from hiatus, it’s time to say goodbye to others. But don’t worry. Between Sherlock‘s season 3 return and the introduction of Wahlburgers, your week is sure to be full of just as many (if not more) hellos as it is goodbyes.

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'Enlisted' premiere: Mission accomplished

In my life, the only military show I’ve ever been a dedicated fan of was HBO’s miniseries Generation Kill, which I started watching simply for the Alexander Skarsgard of it all. In general, I’m not one for shows about men in the armed forces … until now.

After weeks of laughing at the promos for Enlisted, it’s safe to say that I’ve found the second military show I can enjoy. Enlisted follows Sgt. Pete Hill on his journey from super soldier to ex-super soldier after he punches a Colonel and is sent to Fort McGee, Florida to lead a platoon in the Rear Detachment Unit, a.k.a. the soldiers in charge of maintaining the base and watching out for the families of deployed troops (Read: Washing tanks and finding lost dogs). The catch, however, is that Pete’s new Rear D unit is also home to his two younger brothers: Derrick, his smart ass of a middle brother, and Randy, the emotional baby brother. READ FULL STORY

'Enlisted' trio takes the EW Pop Culture Personality Test, but only one admits to having watched scrambled porn -- VIDEO

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Fox’s new military-set comedy Enlisted, from Cougar Town co-creator Kevin Biegel, premieres Jan. 10 at 9:30 p.m. ET, and if you watch our Pop Culture Personality Test with stars Geoff Stults, Parker Young, and Chris Lowell below, you’ll see casting nailed it.

They play brothers who find themselves at the same Florida post after super-soldier Pete (Stults) gets booted back Stateside and put in charge of his siblings’ “Rear D” (Rear Detachment) unit. Those are the soldiers who stay behind to take care of the base and the families of the deployed. Lowell is sarcastic middle brother Derrick, and Young is Randy, the enthusiastic puppy who idolizes Pete and accepts that he’s occasionally the butt of his brothers’ jokes. READ FULL STORY

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