By Mayela Urizar, E23 Reporter

With a new semester comes a new season of all the shows I’ve been waiting for. The only thing harder than keeping up with new classes is keeping up with brand new episodes of beloved television shows. I am here to help catch you all up on some shows that have premiered, so spoiler alert! If you have not heard about any of the following shows, all I can say is, “you’re welcome,” because I promise these shows are all worth watching.

To start off, “Teen Mom OG” is on its fifth season, and its most recent episode, “The Big Day,” is the most emotional and heartwarming episode to date. The episode shows Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra getting ready to tie the knot. Meanwhile, Amber Portwood is struggling with getting more time with her daughter Leah, who lives with her father. Maci Bookout and her boyfriend, Taylor McKinney spend their time getting their business running. Farrah Abraham, as always, argues with her mom about her daughter Sophia, and things take a turn for the worst. Personally, I cannot stand to see Farrah on the show, because she is so mean to her mother.

The show ends in a beautiful and emotional way with Catelynn and Tyler getting married. Tyler had the most perfect vows ever, and I don’t believe any man will be able to top his vows. During the reception, Tyler gets to dance with his first daughter, Carly, who he and Catelynn gave up for adoption when they were sixteen years old. It was a beautiful ending to the episode! The reality show airs on MTV on Mondays at 8 p.m.

Mondays aren’t just for “Teen Mom OG”. Last Monday was the premiere of “Jane the Virgin,” starring Golden Globe winner, Gina Rodriguez. This show is filled with humor, drama, love and crime. It has a little of everything, and that is why its viewership continues to grow. The last season ended on a huge cliffhanger, and the premiere picked up right where it left off. The episode was filled with a lot of drama and also ended in a cliffhanger that made me want to pull my hair out. “Jane the Virgin” airs on CBS on Mondays at 8 p.m.

Lastly, “Pretty Little Liars” is back, and my favorite liars are back five years later, all with different story lines. Was anyone else super bummed that “Haleb” are no longer together? Seriously, I thought Hannah and Caleb were just perfect, and on top of them no longer being together, Spencer and Caleb? Uh, no thanks, but we’ll see how that plays out. It was also sad seeing how Emily’s future played out, and she’s not where she thought she would be. As a college student, I understand her on just how hard college can be. After the way “Pretty Little Liars” ended last season, I was set on not watching it anymore, but so far, I like the way it’s playing out. It’s keeping me on my toes, so I will continue to be a loyal viewer. “Pretty Little Liars” airs on Freeform, formerly ABC Family, at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays.