Whether you love soaps, drama or reality TV, there's been plenty to talk about this year.
Viewers have been searching for their favourite shows and stand-out TV moments, from who was voted out of Strictly to how the Emmerdale storm wreaked havoc and fan theories on Stranger Things.
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Collated from millions of searches on Yahoo, these were the TV shows you were searching for the most over the past 12 months.
10. Peaky Blinders
The sixth and final season of Steven Knight's period drama was not only emotional because it was the final instalment from the Shelbys - it also featured the last scenes from the late Helen McCrory as Aunt Polly, whose death in 2021 shocked fans.
Peaky Blinders paid emotional tribute to McCrory as her character got a poignant funeral scene, and the hit series went on to conclude with plenty of twists and turns for its cast.
9. Dancing On Ice
While the ITV skating contest managed to avoid any more COVID or injury-related disasters this year, there was still plenty to talk about as the 2022 series featured so many talented performers.
Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt wowed the crowds, but it was Regan Gascoigne who eventually won the series.
People were searching for Dancing On Ice again at the end of the year as the cast for the 2023 series was announced.
8. Doctor Who
Doctor Who always generates plenty of interest, but there was more to talk about than usual this year with Jodie Whittaker's final episodes as the Time Lord and a new star set to be announced.
Fans were excited to hear that Ncuti Gatwa would be taking over the role - but in a shock twist, Whittaker's Doctor regenerated back into Number 10 played by David Tennant who will return in 2023 alongside Catherine Tate as his companion before Gatwa takes over.
Coronation Street's Millie Gibson was also named as the new companion.
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It's been a popular show for decades and in 2022, the children's news programme celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Some of the show's former stars were brought back together for a commemorative photo, including John Craven, Julie Etchingham, Lizo Mzimba, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Ore Oduba and Ellie Crisell.
6. Stranger Things
Netflix's fantasy series about a group of childhood friends battling a sinister underworld that terrorises their town returned for its scariest season yet.
Viewers were thrilled to see the beloved cast back together, struggling against villain Vecna who they found could be warded off by playing a favourite song.
It lead to a huge resurgence in popularity for Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill, as a whole new generation discovered the music icon.
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5. Love Island
Some of the male contestants were accused of emotional abuse, even forcing Women's Aid to make a statement condemning the return of Adam Collard, while the cast also welcomed Michael Owen's daughter Gemma and Ronan Keating's son Jack.
But in the end, love won the day with the series' most popular champions ever, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti.
Soaps generally have more going on in a month than most of us do in a year, so it's no surprise that 2022 has been a busy one on Albert Square.
Big moments included the soap moving to a new set, the now King and Queen Consort making a cameo for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in the summer, and the return of many old faces for Dot Cotton's funeral in December following actor June Brown's death earlier in the year.
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3. Coronation Street
Over in the ITV world of soaps, things have been just as dramatic, with one of the year's biggest storylines including an extremism grooming plot that made for uncomfortable viewing as well as a painful custody battle over baby Alfie.
However, things are set to end on a lighter note as Corrie has promised a heartwarming and funny Christmas episode.
2. Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly's class of '22 has been a strong one - finalists Hamza Yassin, Helen Skelton, Molly Rainford and Fleur East were all good enough to have won the show hands down.
From the relatively unknown Yassin becoming the viewers' favourite to Skelton finding her confidence again after a tough year, fans have loved seeing how the contestants have developed in the run up to the first full final in years.
Top of the TV searches for 2022 and out in front of its soap rivals was Emmerdale, which has seen death, destruction and disaster hit the village in its 50th anniversary year.
Emmerdale's biggest storyline of the year was a freak storm that ruined a wedding, killed off a number of characters and caused a much-mocked cow stampede.
The soap cleaned up at various awards shows and even got a special birthday message from the King.