The MTV Shows We Can't WAIT To See In 2015

For starters, Victoria Justice and her detective drama 'Eye Candy' are mandatory viewing.

It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday... but it's SO MUCH FUN to say hello to tomorrow! Thanks to the new series and returning shows that will be hitting MTV this year, that is.

Kicking off the 2015 television festivities will be MTV's timeless "New Year's Eve Special," airing this Wednesday at 11/10c. Hosted by Victoria Justice of "Eye Candy" and Charlamagne of "Guy Code," the show will air from New York's Times Square and take a look back at all of the things that made 2014 fabulously unforgettable, terribly sucky and everything in between.

'Til then, let's take a looksee at all there is to look forward to in 2015:

  1. "Fantasy Factory" and "Ridiculousness" return Jan. 1 at 10/9c

    The hilarity continues with the final final season of Rob Dyrdek's "Fantasy Factory." (And we thought the show was over for good last spring. HA! Joke's on us. Rob wasn't finished, and we're so, so glad.) The seventh and final season — for real this time, guys — kicks off this Thursday at 10/9c followed by even more funny with the "Ridiculousness" season premiere. New Year's Day never felt so good... er, all hangovers aside.

  2. "The Challenge: Battle Of The Exes 2" hits Jan. 6 at 11/10c

    The newest "Challenge" brings together 26 former flames and ex-lovers from both "Real World" and "Are You The One?" in an explosive battle in Panama for $350,000. And thanks to a shocking, mid-season plot twist, this is one "Challenge" you never saw coming.

  3. "Eye Candy" premieres Jan. 12 at 10/9c

    The highly anticipated detective drama follows 21-year-old Lindy, played by Victoria Justice, who is on a mission to nab a potentially deadly cyber stalker in New York. With her tech-savvy smarts and a band of crime-solving computer hackers by her side, we say she's got a solid shot.

  4. "Broke Ass Game Show" premieres Feb. 5 at 11/10:30c

    With David Magidoff and Derek Gaines as hosts, the half-hour sketch comedy "Broke A$ Game Show" doesn't waste money on fancy props and lighting — instead, it encourages unsuspecting New Yorkers to participate in slightly degrading stunts in exchange for cold, hard cash. The only cost? The contestants' dignity.

  5. "Catfish" will be coming back for Season 4

    Nev and Max return with a new season of "Catfish," the popular MTV show that unites folks with their Internet lovahs IRL -- for the very first time. But are these online guys and gals who they say they are... or are they catfish? Stay tuned for the Season 4 premiere date, coming soon!

  6. "Teen Mom" will be back in action for Season 5
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    Catch up with Amber, Catelynn and Maci on the new season of "Teen Mom," all set to air this year. Where does Amber stand with Gary, and how is her daughter Leah? How is the pregnant Catelynn fairing with her fiancé Tyler? And lastly, Maci and her longtime boyfriend Taylor are expecting a bundle of joy -- making Bentley a big brother!

+ What MTV show newbies and comebacks are you most looking forward to in 2015? Tell us in the comments, and be sure to catch the "New Year's Eve Special" on Wednesday at 11/10c!