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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Fall TV Preview: When is your favorite show returning?

The new fall TV season is right around the corner, so here is a list of season debut dates for your favorite shows (new series marked in pink are ones that I plan to watch - at least the first episode). I've also included some SPOILERS and promo videos for a few shows, and the hot hunk in the pic is actor Justin Hartley (Smallville, Passions), who will be joining the cast of Revenge this season.

September 4: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX), The League (FXX)

September 6: 20/20 (ABC)

September 8: Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

September 9: The Million Second Quiz (NBC)

September 10: Sons of Anarchy (FX)

September 11: The X Factor (Fox)

September 12: Derek (Netflix)

September 16: Dancing with the Stars (ABC), Bones (Fox), Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

September 17: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox), Dads (Fox), The Mindy Project (Fox), New Girl (Fox)

September 18: Survivor (CBS)

September 20: Last Man Standing (ABC), The Neighbors (ABC), Shark Tank (ABC)

September 23: Castle (ABC), 2 Broke Girls (CBS), How I Met Your Mother (CBS), Hostages (CBS), Mom (CBS), The Blacklist (NBC), The Voice (NBC)

September 24: The Goldbergs (ABC), Lucky 7 (ABC), Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC), Trophy Wife (ABC), NCIS (CBS), NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS), Person of Interest (CBS), Chicago Fire (NBC)

September 25: Back in the Game (ABC), The Middle (ABC), Modern Family (ABC), Nashville (ABC), Criminal Minds (CBS), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS), South Park (Comedy Central), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), Revolution (NBC)

Nashville SPOILERS: Of course, Rayna and Deacon survive their horrible season finale car accident - and her near-death experience has made her and her music even more popular. Rayna's label also has a handsome new top executive named Jeff, who may develop a romantic interest in her - and vice versa. Meanwhile, Chaley Rose has been cast as Zoey, Scarlett's childhood best friend who becomes a waitress at The Bluebird while pursuing her own singing career. And we will be seeing a lot more of the sexy (and closeted) Will since actor Chris Carmack is now a series regular.

September 26: Grey's Anatomy (ABC), The Big Bang Theory (CBS), The Crazy Ones (CBS), Elementary (CBS), The Millers (CBS), Two and a Half Men (CBS), Glee (Fox), The Michael J. Fox Show (NBC), Parenthood (NBC), Parks and Recreation (NBC)

Glee SPOILERS: The season will open with two episodes devoted to the music of The Beatles, and then the third episode will deal with the death of Finn Hudson - and serve as a tribute to actor Cory Monteith (who died on July 13). Also, American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert will be appearing on the show this season.

September 27: Blue Bloods (CBS), Hawaii Five-0 (CBS), Undercover Boss (CBS), Masterchef Junior (Fox), Dateline (NBC)

September 28: 48 Hours (CBS), Saturday Night Live (NBC)

September 29: Betrayal (ABC), Once Upon a Time (ABC), Revenge (ABC), 60 Minutes (CBS), The Amazing Race (CBS), The Good Wife (CBS), The Mentalist (CBS), American Dad (Fox), Bob's Burgers (Fox), Family Guy (Fox), The Simpsons (Fox), Eastbound & Down (HBO), Hello Ladies (HBO), Homeland (Showtime), Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Revenge SPOILERS: The third season will jump ahead five months. New characters will include a hot doctor named Dr. Jorge Velez (played by Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado) and Margaux, a French businesswoman from Daniel's past (played by Pan Am's Karine Vanasse). Also, the hunky Justin Hartley has been cast Victoria's long-lost son Patrick, who has become reacquainted with his mother.

September 30: We Are Men (CBS)

October 2: Super Fun Night (ABC), Ironside (NBC)

October 3: Scandal (ABC), Sean Saves the World (NBC), Welcome to the Family (NBC)

October 6: America's Funniest Home Videos (ABC), Witches of East End (Lifetime)

October 7: Beauty and the Beast (CW), Hart of Dixie (CW),

October 8: The Biggest Loser (NBC)

October 9: Arrow (CW), The Tomorrow People (CW)

October 10: Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC), Reign (CW), The Vampire Diaries (CW)

October 13: The Walking Dead (AMC)

October 15: The Originals (CW), Supernatural (CW)

October 25: America's Next Top Model: Guys and Girls (CW), The Carrie Diaries (CW), Dracula (NBC), Grimm (NBC)

October 2013: Ravenswood (ABC Family), American Horror Story: Coven (FX)

Fall 2013: Project Runaway All Stars (Lifetime)

November 4: Almost Human (Fox)

November 8: Raising Hope (Fox), Enlisted (Fox)

November 23: Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary special (BBC America), Atlantis (BBC America)

December 4: Kirstie (TV Land)

January 5, 2014: Downton Abbey (PBS)

January 2014: The Americans (FX), Justified (FX)

February 24, 2014: Intelligence (CBS)

February 2014: Dallas (TNT)

Midseason 2014: The Bachelor (ABC), Killer Women (ABC), Mind Games (ABC), Mixology (ABC), The Quest (ABC), Resurrection (ABC), Suburgatory (ABC), The Taste (ABC), Bad Teacher (CBS), Friends with Better Lives (CBS), Mike & Molly (CBS), Reckless (CBS), The 100 (CW), Famous in 12 (CW), Nikita (CW), Star-Crossed (CW), American Idol (Fox), The Following (Fox), Gang Related (Fox), Kitchen Nightmares (Fox), Murder Police (Fox), Rake (Fox), Surviving Jack (Fox), Us & Them (Fox), Legit (FX), Portlandia (IFC), About a Boy (NBC), Believe (NBC), Chicago PD (NBC), Community (NBC), Crisis (NBC), Crossbones (NBC), Food Fighters (NBC), Growing Up Fisher (NBC), Hannibal (NBC), The Night Shift (NBC), Episodes (Showtime)

Spring 2014: Fargo (FX)

April 2014: Orphan Black (BBC America)

May 2014: Louie (FX)

Late Summer 2014: Wayward Pines (Fox)


Anonymous said...

What was the reason you won't be watching (if only the first epi) "Once Upon A Time in Wonderland"? I know you loved at least the first season of "Once" and I haven't really heard anything about the new series, so I was wondering what your reasoning was?

Marc said...

I did love the first season of Once Upon a Time, and its second season was okay. But Wonderland's promo trailer did nothing for me when it was released in May. However, if everyone and their brother is raving about it this fall, I will probably tune in to see what all the fuss is about.