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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Fall TV Preview: When is Cookie coming back?



The new fall TV season is right around the corner, so here is a list of premiere dates of your favorite shows (and a few specials), including last season's hottest hit, Fox's Empire.

September 1: Drunk History (Comedy Central)

September 4: Hand of God (Amazon)



September 8: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)

September 9: The League (FXX), You're the Worst (FXX)

September 10: Longmire (Netflix)

September 13: Doll & Em (HBO), Project Greenlight (HBO)



September 14: Dancing with the Stars (ABC)

September 15: The Bastard Executioner (FX), Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (NBC), The Mindy Project (Hulu)

September 16: Moonbeam City (Comedy Central), South Park (Comedy Central)

September 19: Doctor Who (BBC America)

September 21: The Big Bang Theory (CBS), Blindspot (NBC), Castle (ABC), Gotham (Fox), Life in Pieces (CBS), Minority Report (Fox), NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS), Scorpion (CBS), The Voice (NBC)



September 22: Fresh Off the Boat (ABC), If Loving You Is Wrong (OWN), Limitless (CBS), The Muppets (ABC), NCIS (CBS), NCIS: New Orleans (CBS), Scream Queens (Fox)





September 23: Black-ish (ABC), Empire (Fox), The Goldbergs (ABC), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC), The Middle (ABC), Modern Family (ABC), The Mysteries of Laura (NBC), Nashville (ABC), Rosewood (Fox), Survivor (CBS)



September 24: Grey's Anatomy (ABC), Heroes Reborn (NBC), How to Get Away with Murder (ABC), The Player (NBC), Scandal (ABC)

September 25: The Amazing Race (CBS), Blue Bloods (CBS), Hawaii Five-0 (CBS), Last Man Standing (ABC), Shark Tank (ABC)

September 27: Blood & Oil (ABC), Bob's Burgers (Fox), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (two-hour series finale on CBS), Family Guy (Fox), The Last Man on Earth (Fox), 60 Minutes (CBS), Once Upon a Time (ABC), Quantico (ABC), The Simpsons (Fox)



September 28: The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)

September 29: Beyond the Tank (ABC), Grandfathered (Fox), The Grinder (Fox), Marvel's Agents of Shield (ABC)



September 30: Chicago PD (NBC), Code Black (CBS), Criminal Minds (CBS)

October 1: The Blacklist (NBC), Bones (Fox), Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

October 2: Dr. Ken (ABC)

October 3: Saturday Night Live (NBC)

October 4: The Affair (Showtime), CSI: Cyber (CBS), The Good Wife (CBS), Homeland (Showtime), The Leftovers (HBO), Madam Secretary (CBS), Talking Dead (AMC after Fear the Walking Dead's season finale)



October 6: Finding Carter (MTV), The Flash (CW), iZombie (CW)

October 7: American Horror Story: Hotel (FX), Arrow (CW), Supernatural (CW)



October 8: The Originals (CW), The Vampire Chronicles (CW)

October 9: Red Oaks (Amazon), Reign (CW), Undateable (NBC)



October 11: America's Funniest Home Videos (ABC), The Walking Dead (AMC)



October 12: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW), Fargo (FX), Jane the Virgin (CW)



October 13: Chicago Fire (NBC), Manhattan (WGN)

October 14: Kingdom (DirecTV)

October 16: The Knick (Cinemax), Please Like Me (Pivot), Satisfaction (USA), Truth Be Told (NBC)

October 23: Hemlock Grove (Netflix)

October 24: Da Vinci's Demons (Starz)

October 26: Supergirl (CBS)

October 27: Wicked City (ABC)

October 30: Grimm (NBC)

October 31: Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz)

Fall 2015: American Dad! (TBS), Angie Tribeca (TBS), Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (Bravo), The Librarians (TNT), The Missing (Starz), The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo), Top Chef (Bravo), Unforgettable (A&E)

November 2: Legends (TNT), Major Crimes (TNT)

November 5: Angel from Hell (CBS), Elementary (CBS), Mom (CBS)

November 6: Master of None (Netflix)

November 8: Flesh and Bone (Starz)

November 15: Into the Badlands (AMC), The Royals (E!)

November 17: Chicago Med (NBC)

November 20: The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)

December 3: The Wiz Live! (NBC)

December 4: Transparent (Amazon)

January 3: Downton Abbey (PBS)



January 14: Colony (USA)

January 17: Billions (Showtime), Shameless (Showtime)

January 24: The X-Files (Fox)

January 31: Grease: Live (Fox)

January 2016: Banshee (Cinemax), Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon), Teachers (TV Land), Workaholics (Comedy Central)

Spring 2016: Houdini and Doyle (Fox)

Summer 2016: BrainDead (CBS), Royal Pains (USA)

2016: American Crime (ABC), American Crime Story (FX), American Idol (Fox), The Americans (FX), Another Period (Comedy Central), Aquarius (NBC), Archer (FXX), The Bachelor (ABC), Ballers (HBO), Bates Motel (A&E), Being Mary Jane (BET), Better Call Saul (AMC), Better Late Than Never (NBC), Between (Netflix), The Biggest Loser (NBC), Black Sails (Starz), Bloodline (Netflix), Bordertown (Fox), Bosch (Amazon), The Brink (HBO), Broad City (Comedy Central), Broadchurch (BBC America), Catastrophe (Amazon), The Catch (ABC), Coach (NBC), Codes of Conduct (HBO), Containment (CW), Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS), Crowded (NBC), Damien (A&E), Daredevil (Netflix), DC's Legends of Tomorrow (CW), Emerald City (NBC), Episodes (Showtime), The Family (ABC), First Dates (NBC), The Fosters (ABC Family), Fortitude (Pivot), The Frankenstein Code (Fox), Galavant (ABC), Game of Silence (NBC), Game of Thrones (HBO), Getting On (HBO), Girls (HBO), Grace & Frankie (Netflix), The Guide to Surviving Life (Fox), Hap and Leonard (Sundance), Heartbreaker (NBC), Hell's Kitchen (Fox), Hit the Floor (VH1), Hot & Bothered (NBC), Hotel Hell (Fox), House of Cards (Netflix), House of Lies (Showtime), Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central), It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX), Lip Sync Battle (Spike), Little Big Shots (NBC), Looking (two-hour series finale on HBO), Lucifer (Fox), Mad Dogs (Amazon), Man Seeking Woman (FXX), Marvel's Agent Carter (ABC),  Mike & Molly (CBS), Mr Selfridge (PBS), New Girl (Fox), The Night Shift (NBC), The Odd Couple (CBS), Odd Mom Out (Bravo), Of Kings and Prophets (ABC), The 100 (CW), Orange is the New Black (Netflix), Orphan Black (BBC America), Outcast (Cinemax), Outlander (Starz), Outsiders (WGN), Penny Dreadful (Showtime), Person of Interest (CBS), Portlandia (IFC), Power (Starz), Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family), Quarry (Cinemax), The Real O'Neals (ABC), Recovery Road (ABC Family), Rectify (Sundance), RuPaul's Drag Race (Logo), Rush Hour (CBS), Salem (WGN), Schitt's Creek (Pop), Secrets & Lies (ABC), Sense8 (Netflix), Shades of Blue (NBC), Silicon Valley (HBO), The Soul Man (TV Land), Superstore (NBC), Teen Wolf (MTV), To Tell the Truth (ABC), Togetherness (HBO), TURN: Washington's Spies (AMC), 2 Broke Girls (CBS), Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix), Uncle Buck (ABC), Undercover Boss (CBS), Underground (WGN), Unreal (Lifetime), Veep (HBO), Vinyl (HBO), Westworld (HBO), You and Me and the End of the World (NBC), The Young Pope (HBO), Younger (TV Land)

2 comments:

Christoph said...

Jeez - they start these shows later and later each season, end them earlier and do more and more repeats and pre-emptions than ever before. Catching up on old Perry Mason reruns on MeTV and was stunned to see an episode was Season 1, Episode 40! We are lucky now if TV networks give us even a quarter of that in one season. I really miss the old days.

Marc Harshbarger said...

I hear you, Christoph. Even Dallas back in the 1980s had a few 30-episode seasons, but now we're lucky to get 22 episodes from a network show. And that's why many shows begin in November or January in order to cut down on repeats (which does make sense). Also, back in the 1970s, the TV season ended in March instead of May so there were very few (if any) repeats during the season.