Want to know why? Here are 25 reasons that the next 365 days are going to be pretty flipping awesome.
1. True Detective - January
What will be the Breaking Bad of 2014? We can probably rule out Splash! and the comeback for Birds of a Feather, but other than that there's a pretty open field for new dramas this year, hoping to fill a Heisenberg-shaped hole.
HBO's gritty new serial killer series is currently the most likely contender with incredible trailers and some serious hype. If we could only watch one new show next year, this would be it. It arrives in the US in January and on Sky Atlantic in February.
2. House of Cards - February
Best get your Valentine's Day excuses in early. There's no chance we're heading out to a swanky restaurant on February 14 this year, because it's the same date that Netflix is releasing the entirety of season two of David Fincher and Kevin Spacey's House of Cards.
Ignore all the broadsheet chin-stroking about binge-watching and the death of appointment TV. House of Cards was an utterly captivating drama (Digital Spy's 3rd best of 2013) and how you watched it or when you watched it was irrelevant. You just had to watch it.
3. Penny Dreadful - Spring
The premise of Penny Dreadful is that a troupe of horror icons - including Dr Frankenstein and his creature, Dorian Gray and characters from Dracula - all exist in the same fictional universe and cross paths in Victorian London. So far, so awesome.
Throw in Sam Mendes, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Josh Hartnett, Rory Kinnear and Eva Green and I think you'll agree that the words GEEK-AGGEDDON and GEEKGASM are required. And yes, the capital letters were important. Coming to Showtime and Sky this Spring, the wait is killing us.
4. 24: Live Another Day - May
Perhaps the biggest surprise in TV Land in 2013 was the announcement that 24 was returning. Jack is back. Dammit, we're excited.
After a long-winded saga about a movie adaptation (to be honest, we gave up hope a long while ago) and Kiefer Sutherland's Fox series Touch was put out of its misery, someone had the smart idea to bring back Bauer to the small screen. Okay, it may have had its faults across its original eight seasons, but heck 24 was an amazing show and it more than deserves a chance for one final hurrah.
5. Great British Bake Off - August
BBC Two's biggest show overtook The X Factor in 2013 as the entertainment series that everyone in Britain was talking about. Louis Walsh's dreary karaoke competition was overshadowed by the bunting and frolics in the Bake Off tent.
Moving to BBC One in 2014, the spotlight on the contestants is set to increase further, Paul and Mary's standards are going to be even higher and Mel and Sue's incredible punning might finally get the 10 million-plus audience it deserves. Someone fetch us our stretchy pants.
6. X-Men: Days of Future Past - May
We were excited about Bryan Singer's return to the
7. Guardians of the Galaxy - August
Billed as an "anti-hero superhero movie", Marvel's first 'first chapter' since The Avengers sees a mismatched group of ex-cons band together to defeat a cosmic force. Based on a little-known property and featuring among its main cast a tree and a talking raccoon, this feels like Marvel's riskiest move since casting Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark, and we all know how that one went.
8. Gone Girl - October
Gillian Flynn's dazzling, unnerving novel about a man whose life falls apart following the disappearance of his wife was the must-read of 2013, and with David Fincher on board to direct and Flynn herself writing the screenplay, this adaptation is looking set for a similar reign in 2014. While it's unclear how the novel's time-jumping narratives and unreliable narrators will be translated to the screen, the spot-on casting of Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike has us hopeful.
9. Interstellar - November
Christopher Nolan's first movie post-Batman is surely at the top of every cinema addicts must-see list for next year. The film's heavily-guarded plot, based on an original idea by Nolan's brother and regular collaborator Jonathan, will see a team of explorers and scientists embark on a journey through a wormhole. Led by Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain, Interstellar promises to be a genuinely original, imaginative and intelligent sci-fi adventure in the vein of Nolan's last standalone Inception.
10. Hunger Games: Mockingjay - November
By now we've all become wearily resigned to final franchise chapters being sliced in half, and it remains to be seen whether it'll work for Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins' bleak and war-torn concluding story. Director Francis Lawrence has proven his mettle with Catching Fire, and with The Butler and Game Change screenwriter Danny Strong on board, the odds are in its favour. (We promise that lazy gag is getting retired in 2014. Probably.)
12. Titanfall - March
This multiplayer shooter from the original creators of Call of Duty is one of the year's most-anticipated Xbox One titles.
It sees players take control of futuristic soldiers capable of piloting large mechanical robots called Titans, in matches that seamlessly combine single and multiplayer modes.
13. Dark Souls II- March
The follow-up to Digital Spy's game of the generation will offer more of the same punishing role-playing action, but with more open progression and new character classes
The world will be similar size to the first game's location of Lordan, and is thought to play around with the concept of time.
14. Mario Kart 8 - Spring
Mario returns in this Wii U exclusive racer, which now features all-new anti-gravity courses, allowing vehicles to race on walls and travel upside down.
Hover karts will make their debut in the series for the first time, while motorbikes - which were originally introduced in Mario Kart Wii - make their return. Expect enhanced social and online functionality too.
15. Watch Dogs - Spring
Originally set to launch alongside next-gen consoles in November, the open-world action game from the creators of Assassin's Creed has been voted best game of E3 by Digital Spy readers for two years running.
Aiden, a masked vigilante in near-future Chicago, is a powerful hacker that can tap into city's security systems to evade police chases by changing traffic lights and stopping trains, and even steal money from civilian bank accounts.
11, Destiny - September
A new franchise from Bungie - the development team behind Xbox blockbuster Halo - Destiny is a console shooter set in a persistent world that merges multiplayer and single-player sessions.
Based on a future version of our own solar system where mankind is nearly at extinction, players can create and customise their own characters before embarking to other planets to battle alien races and complete quests.
16. Cheap 4K TVs - January
Likely to be announced at CES in January is a wide range of affordable 4K TVs. Prices on the technology have been dropping throughout 2013 and things are only going to get cheaper. Whether or not we get a 4K format to support it however remains to be seen.
17. Curved smartphones - Summer
LG and Samsung both already have curved mobile phones on sale in Asia, so expect Western adaptations of these to hit European markets come Summer 2014. Hopefully the versions we get will be improved on the originals, making for some interesting shaped Android flagship phones in 2014.
18. The iPhone 6 - September
Apple is going to launch an iPhone 6 in 2014. It's an inevitable thing. What's exciting though, is that chances are this handset will look and feel completely different to what the company has done before. Expect a bigger and higher resolution screen with a totally different design. We might even see some of the colours from the iPhone 5C sneaking their way in.
19. A Nexus 6 - October
A new, even more powerful yet highly affordable handset from Google is likely. There is the possibility also of Motorola being involved this time round, especially given the quality of the Moto X and Moto G in 2013.
20. Apple TV - ?
This is more hoping than anything, but fingers are firmly crossed that Apple finally lifts the lid on its own TV set. We see some sort of iOS gaming capable television that features complete iTunes integration and the possibility of a full 4K display.
21. Beyoncé on tour - February
In 2013, she was included in Time's Top 100 list, performed at the Super Bowl and stunned the world with a surprise self-titled studio album that had zero promotion. Beyoncé could be forgiven for taking it easy in the New Year, but far from it. Instead she's taking her latest record on the road.
UK fans will get the chance to see Mrs B on tour throughout February and March. Beg, steal or sell your own gran for a ticket.
22. Lily Allen at Glastonbury - June
During the last couple of months of 2013, Lily Allen bounced back onto the music scene with a bang. Her sassy comeback track 'Hard Out Here' was a late contender for single of the year and the track's music video was typically Lily, sticking two fingers up at her critics, doubters and pricking a hole in the ugly twerk-phenomenon.
Her comeback album is one of the most anticipated releases of 2014 and her spot on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury will be a must-see event this summer, no matter the weather. Lily's been attending the festival since she was a child and her performances in the past have been very special.
23. Coldplay return - Summer TBC
Britain's biggest band had a quiet 2013, but their track 'Atlas' for the Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack and a small Christmas pub gig for locals in Somerset reminded the world that Chris Martin and company haven't gone into early retirement.
Dates and timings are top secret, but a new album and an end-of-year tour are on the cards. Who knows, a surprise secret slot at their home-away-from-home, Glastonbury, could even be on the cards.
24. McBusted in Hyde Park - July
The pop-tastic moment of 2013 could well provide the pop-tastic gig of 2014. McFly = Good. Busted (minus Charlie) = Good. Mcfly + Busted = An awesome, arena-busting pop supergroup that puts The Big Reunion into the shade.
The supergroup boyband's spectacular year will be rounded off with a mega-show at Hyde Park. Expect big tunes and even bigger smiles from an audience filled with teens from the early 00s.
25. Foo Fighters return - TBC
Rock fans rejoice! The Foo Fighters are on a comeback trail. A new album and most probably a tour with festival slots will all be squeezed into 2014.
Their 2011 album Wasting Light will be a hard one to top and they've also teased that they've made it "in a way that no-one's ever done before". We have no idea what they mean, but it could prove very interesting indeed.
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