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    Fall 2016/17 TV Premiere Dates

    September 1:
    Tracks (Spike, new series)
    Make Me a Millionaire Inventor (CNBC, Season 2)
    F*ck, That’s Delicious (Viceland, Season 2)
    Abandoned (Viceland, new series)

    September 2:
    Narcos (Netflix, Season 2)
    Chef’s Table (Netflix, Season 3)
    Kazoops (Netflix, new series)
    Kulipari: Army of Frogs (Netflix, new series)
    Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse (Amazon Prime, new series)

    September 5:
    Mary + Jane (MTV, new series)

    September 6:
    The View (ABC, Season 20)
    Atlanta (FX, new series)
    Queen Sugar (OWN, new series)
    From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (El Rey Network, Season 3)
    A Season with Florida State Football (Showtime, new series)
    Untitled Skip Bayless/Shannon Sharpe (Fox Sports 1, new series)
    Game of Homes (Discovery Family Channel, U.S. series premiere)
    The Renovation King (Discovery Family Channel, new series)
    StartUp (Crackle, new series)

    September 7:
    Lucha Underground (El Rey Network, Season 3)
    The Incredible Food Race (Discovery Family Channel, new series)
    Gaycation (Viceland, Season 2)

    September 8:
    Sunday Night Football (NBC, Season 11 debut; Thursday edition)
    Better Things (FX, new series)
    Haylie’s America (Cooking Channel, new series)

    September 9:
    Quarry (Cinemax, new series)
    Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN, Season 6)
    One Mississippi (Amazon Prime, new series)
    Stand Up to Cancer (multiple networks, live event)

    September 11:
    Masters of Sex (Showtime, Season 4)
    Manzo’d With Children (Bravo, Season 3)
    90 Day Fiance (TLC, Season 4)
    90 Day Fiance: After the 90 Days (TLC, new series)

    September 12:
    Dancing with the Stars (ABC, Cycle 23)
    Taking Fire (Discovery, new series; working title)
    JonBenet Ramsey: An American Murder Mystery (Investigation Discovery, new limited series)
    Snooki & JWoww: Moms with Attitude (go90, Season 2)
    Sacred Steel (Bounce, new series)
    Harry (Syndicated, new series)

    September 13:
    If Loving You Is Wrong (OWN, Season 3)
    Ed Gordon (Discovery, new series)

    September 14:
    Blindspot (NBC, new series)
    American Horror Story (FX, Season 6)
    South Park (Comedy Central, Season 20)
    Legends of Chamberlain Heights (Comedy Central, new series)
    Don’t Be Tardy… (Bravo, Season 5)
    Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition (Food Network, new series)
    Sugar Showdown (Cooking Channel, Season 2)

    September 15:
    Thursday Night Football (CBS, network season debut)
    Project Runway (Lifetime, Season 15)

    September 16:
    High Maintenance (HBO, new series)
    Z Nation (Syfy, Season 3)
    Fleabag (Amazon Prime, new series)

    September 18:
    68th Emmy Awards (ABC, live event)
    Case Closed (CBS, new miniseries)

    September 19:
    The Big Bang Theory (CBS, Season 10)
    Kevin Can Wait (CBS, new series)
    Gotham (Fox, Season 3)
    Lucifer (Fox, Season 2)
    The Voice (NBC, Cycle 11)
    The Good Place (NBC, new series)

    September 20:
    Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC, Season 4)
    NCIS (CBS, Season 14)
    Bull (CBS, new series)
    NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Season 3)
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox, Season 3)
    New Girl (Fox, Season 6)
    Scream Queens (Fox, Season 2)
    This Is Us (NBC, new series)

    September 21:
    The Goldbergs (ABC, Season 4)
    Speechless (ABC, new series)
    Modern Family (ABC, Season 8)
    Black-ish (ABC, Season 3)
    Designated Survivor (ABC, new series)
    Survivor (CBS, Cycle 33)
    Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 6)
    Empire (Fox, Season 3)
    Law & Order: SVU (NBC, Season 18)
    Chicago P.D. (NBC, Season 4)

    September 22:
    Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Season 13)
    Notorious (ABC, new series)
    How to Get Away with Murder (ABC, Season 3)
    Rosewood (Fox, Season 2)
    Pitch (Fox, new series)
    Superstore (NBC, Season 2)
    Chicago Med (NBC, Season 2)
    The Blacklist (NBC, Season 4)
    Easy (Netflix, new series)
    Debate Wars (Seeso, new series)

    September 23:
    Last Man Standing (ABC, Season 6)
    Dr. Ken (ABC, Season 2)
    Shark Tank (ABC, Season 8)
    MacGyver (CBS, new series)
    Hawaii Five-O (CBS, Season 7)
    Blue Bloods (CBS, Season 7)
    Hell’s Kitchen (Fox, Cycle 16)
    The Exorcist (Fox, new series)
    Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon (NBC, Season 3)
    Dateline NBC (NBC, Season 25)
    Transparent (Amazon Prime, Season 3)
    Van Helsing (Syfy, new series)

    September 24:
    48 Hours (CBS, Season 29)

    September 25:
    Once Upon a Time (ABC, Season 6)
    Secrets and Lies (ABC, Season 2)
    Quanitco (ABC, Season 2)
    60 Minutes (CBS, Season 49)
    Bob’s Burgers (Fox, Season 7)
    The Simpsons (Fox, Season 28)
    Son of Zorn (Fox, new series)
    Family Guy (Fox, Season 14)
    The Last Man on Earth (Fox, Season 3)

    September 26:
    First Presidential Debate (multiple networks, live event)
    Vice News Tonight (HBO, new series)

    September 27:
    Channel Zero: Candle Cove (Syfy, new series)
    Aftermath (Syfy, new series)
    Drunk History (Comedy Central, Season 4)

    September 28:
    Criminal Minds (CBS, Season 12)
    Code Black (CBS, Season 2)
    Younger (TV Land, Season 2)
    Impastor (TV Land, Season 2)
    Star Plates (Food Network, new series)

    September 30:
    Luke Cage (Netflix, new series)
    Crisis in Six Scenes (Amazon Prime, new series)

    September TBA:
    Untitled Erica Hill (HLN, new series)

    October 1:
    CBS Dream Team (CBS, Season 4)

    October 2:
    America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC, Season 27)
    NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, Season 8)
    Madam Secretary (CBS, Season 3)
    Elementary (CBS, Season 5)
    Westworld (HBO, new series)
    Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz, Season 2)
    Blunt Talk (Starz, Season 2)
    WAGS Miami (E!, new series)

    October 3:
    Conviction (ABC, new series)
    Scorpion (CBS, Season 3; two hours)
    Timeless (NBC, new series)

    October 4:
    The Flash (The CW, Season 5)
    No Tomorrow (The CW, new series)
    The Mindy Project (Hulu, Season 5)
    Vice Presidential Debate (multiple networks, live event)

    October 5:
    Arrow (The CW, Season 3)
    Frequency (The CW, new series)
    Total Bellas (E!, new series)
    Catching Kelce (E!, new series)
    Clash of the Corps (Fuse, new series)

    October 7:
    The Ranch (Netflix, Season 1B)
    ELeague: Counterstrike (TBS, Season 2)

    October 9:
    Divorce (HBO, new series)
    Insecure (HBO, new series)
    Second Presidential Debate (multiple networks, live event)

    October 10:
    2 Broke Girls (CBS, Season 6; one hour)
    Supergirl (The CW, Season 2; moved from CBS)

    October 11:
    The Middle (ABC, Season 8)
    American Housewife (ABC, new series)
    Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, Season 3)
    The Real O’Neals (ABC, Season 2)
    Chicago Fire (NBC, Season 5)
    Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After? (Freeform, new series)
    The Letter (Freeform, new series)

    October 12:
    Shameless (Showtime, Season 7)

    October 13:
    DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW, Season 2)
    Supernatural (The CW, Season 12)
    Falling Water (USA, new series)

    October 14:
    Haters Back Off (Netflix, new series)
    Goliath (Amazon Prime, new series)
    Wolf Creek (Pop, new series)

    October 16:
    Eyewitness (USA, new series)
    Berlin Station (Epix, new series)
    Graves (Epix, new series)

    October 17:
    The Odd Couple (CBS, Season 3)
    Jane the Virgin (The CW, Season 3)

    October 19:
    Third Presidential Debate (multiple networks, live event)
    Chance (Hulu, new series)

    October 20:
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Fox, telefilm)

    October 21:
    The Vampire Diaries (The CW, Season 8; final season)
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, Season 2)
    Black Mirror (Netflix, Season 3)

    October 22:
    Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (BBC America, new series)

    October 23:
    The Walking Dead (AMC, Season 7)

    October 24:
    Man With a Plan (CBS, new series)

    October 25:
    Cyberwar (Viceland, Season 1B)

    October 26:
    Rectify (SundanceTV, Season 4; final season)
    Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia (Viceland, new series)

    October 27:
    The Great Indoors (CBS, new series)
    Mom (CBS, Season 4)
    Pure Genius (CBS, new series)
    Life in Pieces (CBS, Season 2)
    Balls Deep (Viceland, Season 2)
    Dead Set of Life (Viceland, Season 2)

    October 28:
    Good Girls Revolt (Amazon Prime, new series)

    October 31:
    People of Earth (TBS, new series)

    October TBA:
    Freakish (Hulu, new series)
    Salem (WGN America, Season 3)

    November 2:
    Stan vs. Evil (IFC, new series)

    November 4:
    The Crown (Netflix, new series)

    November 10:
    Please Like Me (Pivot, Season 4)
    Lovesick (Netflix, Season 2)

    November 11:
    Red Oaks (Amazon Prime, Season 2)

    November 15:
    Good Behavior (TNT, new series)

    November 16:
    Nightcap (Pop, new series)

    November 17:
    Undercover (BBC America, new series)

    November 18:
    Beat Bugs (Netflix, Season 2)

    November 20:
    The Affair (Showtime, Season 3)

    November 21:
    Search Party (TBS, new series)

    November 25:
    Incorporated (Syfy, new series)

    November 30:
    The Affair (Showtime, Season 3)

    November TBA:
    Teen Wolf (MTV, Season 6; final season)
    OutDaughtered (TLC, Season 2)

    December 4:
    Mariah’s World (E!, new series)

    December 7:
    Shut Eye (Hulu, new series)

    December 9:
    Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon Prime, Season 2)
    Captive (Netflix, new series)

    December 16:
    The Man in the High Castle (Amazon Prime, Season 2)

    Fall TBA:
    Big Brother (CBS All Access, Cycle 19)
    Shooter (USA, new series; moved from July)
    High Maintenance (HBO, new series)
    Vikings (History, Season 4B)
    Good Behavior (TNT, new series)
    Dirk Gently (BBC America, new series)
    People Magazine Investigates (Investigation Discovery, new series)
    Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cover (Discovery, new series)
    Dance Moms (Lifetime, Season 6)
    Expedition Unknown (Travel Channel, Season 3)
    The Best Place to Be (Travel Channel, new series)
    This Old House (PBS, Season 37)
    Ask This Old House (PBS, Season 15)
    The Living and the Dead (BBC America, new series)
    Planet Earth II (BBC America, new series)
    Llama Llama (Netflix, new series)
    America’s Next Top Model (VH1, Cycle 23; network premiere)
    Hip Hop Sqaures (VH1, new series)
    Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party (VH1, new series; working title)
    Mariah’s World (E!, new series)
    Hollywood & Football (E!, new series)
    Rob & Chyna (E!, new series)
    Total Divas (E!, Season 6)
    Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN, Season 7)
    This Is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN, Season 2)
    Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (Seeso, Season 2)
    Top Chef (Bravo, Season 14)
    Chrisley Knows Best (USA, Season 4B)
    Jon Glaser Loves Gear (TruTV, new series)
    Billy on the Street (TruTV, Season 5)
    Fameless (truTV, Season 2)
    Comedy Knockout (truTV, Season 2)
    Kindred Spirits (Destination America, new series)
    Finding Prince Charming (Logo, new series)
    Untitled Hannah Hart Project (Food Network, new series)
    Our Fascinating Planet (go90, new series)
    The Mighty Magiswords (Cartoon Network, new series)
    Ice (Audience, new series)
    The Deleted (Fullscreen, new series)
    Gabrielle Union/Dwyane Wade Project (HGTV, new series)
    Home Town (HGTV, new series)
    The Monica Potter Project (HGTV, new series)
    Gay for Play (Logo, Season 2)


    http://deadline.com/2016/08/fall-tv-...st-1201719016/
    There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.”

    ― Frank Zappa





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    Re: Fall 2016/17 TV Premiere Dates

    Thanks Ti!

    If you don't count reality shows &that we're a few seasons behind on anyway) I think I now have more animated shows on this list than ones with real actors left. A couple cancelled and a couple ended for me and I'm going to *try* not to add a new show this year...

  3. #3

    Re: Fall 2016/17 TV Premiere Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by ptmcmahon View Post
    Thanks Ti!

    If you don't count reality shows &that we're a few seasons behind on anyway) I think I now have more animated shows on this list than ones with real actors left. A couple cancelled and a couple ended for me and I'm going to *try* not to add a new show this year...
    You're welcome!
    There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.”

    ― Frank Zappa





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