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Old 08-07-17, 10:06 PM   #1
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Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

September


September 1:

Narcos (Netflix): 3rd season premiere

September 5:

American Horror Story: Cult (FX): 7th season premiere

September 6:

You're the Worst (FXX): 1 hour 4th season premiere

September 8:

Bojack Horseman (Netflix): 4th season premiere

One Mississippi (Amazon): 2nd season premiere

September 9:

Con Man (SyFy): Broadcast TV premiere (web series)

September 10:

The Orville (FOX): Series premiere

Outlander (Starz): 3rd season premiere

The Deuce (HBO): Series premiere

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC): Fall premiere

Top of the Lake (Sundance): 2nd season premiere

September 12:

The Mindy Project (Hulu): 6th season premiere

September 13:

South Park (Comedy): 21st season premiere

Broad City (Comedy): 4th season premiere

September 14:

Better Things (FX): 2nd season premiere

September 17:

The 69th Emmy Awards (CBS): Special presentation

The Vietnam War (Ken Burns) - (PBS): Series Premiere

Vice Principals (HBO): The 2nd and final season premiere

September 18:

Dancing with the Stars (ABC): 25th season premiere

September 19:

Tosh.o (Comedy): 9th season premiere

Jerry before Seinfeld (Netflix): Special Presentation

September 20:

The Good Place (NBC): 1 hour 2nd season premiere

Channel Zero: No End House (SyFy): 2nd season premiere

September 21:

Gotham (FOX): 4th season premiere

The Orville (FOX): New timeslot

September 22:

Fuller House (Netflix): Season 3 Part 1 premiere (9 episodes)

Transparent (Amazon): 4th season premiere

Mike Judge presents: Tales from the Tour Bus (Cinemax): Series premiere


Gaga: Five Foot Two (Netflix): Special

September 24:

60 Minutes (CBS): 50th season premiere

Who Shot Biggie and Tupac? (FOX): Special Presentation

Star Trek: Discovery (CBS/CBS All-Access): Series premiere

September 25:

The Big Bang Theory (CBS): 11th season premiere

The Voice (NBC): 13th season premiere

Young Sheldon (CBS): Series premiere

Kevin Can Wait (CBS): 2nd season premiere

Me, Myself & I (CBS): Series premiere

The Brave (NBC): Series premiere

Scorpion (CBS): 4th season premiere

The Good Doctor (ABC): Series premiere

September 26:

Lethal Weapon (FOX): 2nd season premiere

NCIS (CBS): 15th season premiere

Bull (CBS): 2nd season premiere

The Mick (FOX): 2nd season premiere

This is Us (NBC): 2nd season premiere

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX): 5th season premiere

Law and Order True Crime: The Menendez Bros. (NBC): Series premiere

NCIS: New Orleans (CBS): 4th season premiere

September 27:

30 for 30: Tommy Morrison (ESPN2): Special Presentation

The Blacklist (NBC): 5th season premiere

Empire (FOX): 4th season premiere

The Goldbergs (ABC): 5th season premiere

Survivor (CBS): 35th season premiere

Speechless (ABC): 2nd season premiere

Law and Order: SVU (NBC): 19th season premiere

Modern Family (ABC): 9th season premiere

SEAL team (CBS): Series premiere

Star (FOX): 2nd season premiere

American Housewife (ABC): 2nd season premiere

Chicago PD (NBC): 5th season premiere

Criminal Minds (CBS): 13th season premiere

Designated Survivor (ABC): 2nd season premiere

Liar (Sundance): Series premiere

September 28:

Startup (Crackle): 2nd season premiere

Grey's Anatomy (ABC): 14th season premiere

Superstore (NBC): 3rd season premiere

Will and Grace (NBC): 9th season premiere

Great News (NBC): 2nd season premiere

Chicago Fire (NBC): 6th season premiere

How to get away with Murder (ABC): 4th season premiere

September 29:

Big Mouth (Netflix): The complete 1st season

Tin Star (Amazon): Series Premiere

Hell's Kitchen (FOX): 17th season premiere (All-Star edition)

Z Nation (SyFy): 4th season premiere

Macgyver (CBS): 2nd season premiere

Marvel's Inhumans (ABC): 2 hour series premiere


The Exorcist (FOX): 2nd season premiere

Hawaii Five-O (CBS): 8th season premiere

Blue Bloods (CBS): 8th season premiere

Gerald's Game (Netflix): Movie Premiere

September 30:

Saturday Night Live (NBC): 43rd season premiere


October



October 1:

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN): 10th season premiere

The Toy Box (ABC): 2nd season premiere

Bob's Burgers (FOX): 8th season premiere

Shark Tank (ABC): 2 hour 9th season premiere

The Simpsons (FOX): 29th season premiere

Ghosted (FOX): Series premiere

Wisdom of the Crowd (CBS): Series premiere

The Family Guy (FOX): 15th season premiere

Poldark (PBS): 3rd season premiere

Last Man on Earth (FOX): 4th season premiere

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS): 9th season premiere

Curb your Enthusiasm (HBO): 9th season premiere

Ten Days in the Valley (ABC): Series premiere

October 2:

Lucifer (FOX): 3rd season premiere

9JKL (CBS): Series premiere

The Gifted (FOX): Series premiere

October 3:

The Middle (ABC): 9th season premiere

Fresh off the Boat (ABC): 4th season premiere

black-ish (ABC): 4th season premiere

The Mayor (ABC): Series premiere

Kevin (probably) Saves the World (ABC): Series premiere

October 5:

Scandal (ABC): 7th season premiere

Van Helsing (SyFy): 2nd season premiere

Ghost Wars (SyFy): Series premiere

October 6:

Once Upon a Time (ABC): 7th season premiere

Superstition (SyFy): Series premiere

October 7:

Spielberg (HBO): Special documentary presentation

October 8:

Madam Secretary (CBS): 4th season premiere

America's Funniest Home Videos (ABC): 28th season premiere

October 9:

Supergirl (CW): 3rd season premiere

Valor (CW): Series premiere

October 10:

The Flash (CW): 4th season premiere

DC's Legends of Tomorrow (CW): 3rd season premiere

October 11:

Chance (Hulu): 2nd season premiere

Riverdale (CW): 2nd season premiere

Dynasty (CW): Series premiere

Mr. Robot (USA): 3rd season premiere

The Shannara Chronicles (Spike/Paramount Network): 2nd season premiere

October 12:

I Love You America (Sarah Silverman): (Hulu): Series premiere

Supernatural (CW): 13th season premiere

Arrow (CW): 6th season premiere

October 13:

Mindhunter (Netflix): Series premiere

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW): 3rd season premiere

Jane the Virgin (CW): 4th season premiere

October 15:

The Berlin Station (Epix): 2nd season premiere

Good Behavior (TNT): 2nd season premiere

White Famous (Showtime): Series premiere

October 16:

Star Wars Rebels (Disney XD): Season premiere

October 17:

Slasher: Guilty Party (Netflix): 2nd season premiere

October 18:

Freakish (Hulu): 2nd season premiere

October 22:

The Walking Dead (AMC): 8th season premiere

Graves (Epix): 2nd season premiere

Talking Dead (AMC): 7th season premiere

October 24:

The Last O.G. (TBS): Series premiere

October 27:

Stranger Things (Netflix): 2nd season premiere

Blindspot (NBC): 3rd season premiere

October 30:

Superior Donuts (CBS): 2nd season premiere

October 31:

Major Crimes (TNT): 6th season premiere


November


November 1:

Stan against Evil (Sundance): 2nd season premiere

November 2:

Mom (CBS): 5th season premiere

Life in Pieces (CBS): 3rd season premiere

S.W.A.T. (CBS): Series premiere

November 3:

Alias Grace (Netflix): Series premiere

November 5:

The Girlfriend Experience (Starz): 2nd season premiere

Shameless (Showtime): 8th season premiere

SMILF (Showtime): Series premiere

Ride with Norman Reedus (AMC): 2nd season premiere

November 7:

Damnation (USA): Series premiere

November 14:

Future Man (Hulu): Series premiere

November 15:

Mythbusters (Science): 20th season premiere

November 19:

Search Party (TBS): 2nd season premiere

November 21:

Chicago Med (NBC): 3rd season premiere

Marvel's Runaways (Hulu): Series premiere

November 22:

Godless (Netflix): The complete 1st season

November 23:

She's Gotta Have It (Netflix): Series premiere

November 27:

DC 4-part crossover event:

Supergirl (CW): Part 1

Arrow (CW): Part 2 - Special Night


November 28:

Glitch (Netflix): The complete 2nd season

The Flash (CW): Part 3

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Part 4


November 29:

Vikings (History): 5th season premiere




Please note:

Here is a near complete list for the most notable Fall 2017 premiere dates. There's a lot. Hundreds of new and returning shows.

If you don't see a show listed here, it's date hasn't been announced yet or it's premiering Midseason (late 2017 or 2018)



Realistically I think maybe less than 10% will be watched or be of interest to the folks here who are still semi-active in this forum. There's simply not enough time or activity in this forum to cover everything. So I'm probably not going to do as many threads for new shows. Probably mostly action, genre shows, streaming or cable.

Good Luck programming your DVR's and keeping track of everything on your streaming platforms.


If you notice anything missing (probably not many), feel free to post.

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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

New Showtime comedies:
White Famous - Oct. 15
SMILF - Nov. 5
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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

SyFy announced a bunch of their Fall scripted show premiere dates (new and old) I updated the OP

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SYFY's fall and winter schedule is below:

SCRIPTED ORIGINALS (in order of air date)


CHANNEL ZERO: NO-END HOUSE - Second Installment Premieres Wednesday, September 20 at 10/9c

Inspired by Brian Russell's "creepypasta" tale, CHANNEL ZERO: NO-END HOUSE tells the story of a young woman named Margot Sleator, played by Amy Forsyth ("The Path"), and her best friend Jules (Aisha Dee "The Bold Type"), who visit the No-End House, a bizarre house of horrors that consists of a series of increasingly disturbing rooms. When Margot returns home, she realizes everything has changed. The second six-hour installment will be directed by Steven Piet ("Uncle John"). Franchise creator Nick Antosca ("Hannibal," "Teen Wolf") will return as executive producer and showrunner; Max Landis ("Chronicle," "American Ultra") will also executive produce.

HAPPY! - Series Premiere Wednesday, November 29 at 10/9c

Universal Cable Productions' HAPPY! is based on New York Times best-selling author Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson's graphic novel of the same name. The series follows Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni, "Law & Order: SVU") - an intoxicated, corrupt ex-cop turned hit man - who is adrift in a world of casual murder, soulless sex and betrayal. After a hit gone wrong, his inebriated life is forever changed by a tiny, relentlessly positive, imaginary blue winged horse named "Happy" (Patton Oswalt). Executive producers Morrison ("Batman," "The Invisibles") and Brian Taylor ("Crank," "Gamer") co-wrote the pilot teleplay. Neal Moritz, Pavun Shetty and Toby Jaffe of Original Film ("The Fast and the Furious" franchise), Meloni and showrunner Patrick Macmanus will also executive produce. Taylor directed the pilot.

CO-PRODUCTIONS/ ACQUISITIONS (in order of air date)

CON MAN - Television Debut of Web Series Airs Saturday, September 9 at 10/9c

The short form web series, which debuted on Vimeo and Comic-Con HQ, will have its television debut with a Season 1 marathon on Saturday, September 9th beginning at 10/9c showing all 13 episodes back-to-back. The critically acclaimed, geektastic series, which recently received two Emmy(R) nominations for Outstanding Actor and Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series, follows the journey of Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk), a washed-up, former sci-fi celebrity who revisits his glory days on the convention circuit. The series is executive produced by Tudyk, PJ Haarsma and Nathan Fillion, who also co-stars. The star-studded first season also features Seth Green, Felicia Day, Sean Astin, James Gunn, Tricia Helfer and many more.

Z NATION - Season 4 Premieres Friday, September 29 at 9/8c

Z NATION follows a team of everyday heroes, led by Lieutenant Warren (Kellita Smith), during their epic struggle to save humanity. Season 4 begins with a mind-bending jump in time. Murphy and Warren find themselves alive in Zona, the zombie free playground for billionaires. Meanwhile, the rest of our heroes are fighting alongside the last of the humans against the mutated Zombie Virus and the unkillable "MAD-Z's." Warren's mysterious dream of a black rainbow and flesh-eating black rain propels the season forward and puts our heroes in the middle of an even worse Zompocalypse. Here they will have to battle Jugalo Zombies and find the Zombified President of the United States - or at least his thumb. Produced by The Asylum, Z NATION stars Kellita Smith, Keith Allan, DJ Qualls, Anastasia Baranova, Russell Hodgkinson, Nat Zang, Joseph Gatt, Emilio Rivera and Matt Cedeņo.

VAN HELSING - Season 2 Premieres Thursday, October 5 at 9/8c

VAN HELSING stars Kelly Overton ("True Blood") as Vanessa Van Helsing, a descendent of the Van Helsing lineage who must lead mankind against a world controlled by vampires in the post-Rising apocalypse. In Season 2, Vanessa and the other survivors discover old alliances have crumbled, and new connections expose long-buried secrets about The Rising, the Van Helsing heritage and the survival of humankind itself.

GHOST WARS - Series Premiere Thursday, October 5 at 10/9c

Created by Simon Barry, the horror series GHOST WARS is set in a remote Alaskan town that has been overrun by paranormal forces. Local outcast Roman Mercer (Avan Jogia, "Tut," "Victorious") must overcome the town's prejudices and his own personal demons to harness his repressed psychic powers in order to save everyone from the mass haunting threatening to destroy them all. GHOST WARS is produced by Nomadic Pictures. Chad Oakes and Mike Frislev ("Fargo," "Van Helsing," "Hell On Wheels"), Simon Barry ("Continuum"), Dennis Heaton ("Motive") and David Von Ancken ("Code Black") serve as executive producers. The series also stars Vincent D'Onofrio ("The Judge," "Daredevil"), Kim Coates ("Sons of Anarchy"), Kandyse McClure (BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, "Hemlock Grove"), Kristin Lehman ("Motive") and Meatloaf ("Fight Club").

SUPERSTITION - Series Premiere Friday, October 6 at 10/9c

The series centers on the Hastings family, owners of the only funeral home in the mysterious town of La Rochelle, Georgia. The family also acts as the keepers of the town's dark secrets and history. Known for its haunted houses, elevated graveyards, odd townsfolk and rich history of unusual phenomena, the town is also a "landing patch" for the world's darkest manifestations of fear, guided into the world by an ancient, mysterious malefactor. XLrator Media's Barry Gordon and MVPTV's Mario Van Peebles ("Roots," "Bloodline," "Hand of God," "Empire," "Lost") will produce, and Van Peebles will also write, direct and star in some of the episodes. Joel Anderson Thompson (BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, "Boomtown," "House M.D.") has been tapped as showrunner, and Laurence Andries ("Alias," "Six Feet Under," "Supernatural," "The Pacific") will executive produce.


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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

Thanks for posting all these. I'm really just looking forward to This is Us, Survivor, and the return of the comedies. I'm not really interested in many network hour long dramas and I burnt out on superhero shows last year.
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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

Thanks for this, every year I send this list to my wife and she was angry that I hadn't done it yet.
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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

Among those I'm most excited about is Knightfall, debuting December 6th on the History channel, which follows the end of the Knights Templar.


I've also heard that SyFy's Happy has been pushed back from 11/29 to 12/06.
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Re: Notable Fall 2017 Premiere Dates

http://deadline.com/2017/10/marvel-a...gg-1202184120/

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Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is headed back to ABC for season 5 on December 1, shortly after Inhumans ends its freshman season run. The Marvel comic series will have a special two-hour premiere at 8 PM EST and will air at its regular time of 9 PM EST starting December 8.
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Chicago Med will premiere November 21st

This totally fell off my radar, but the 2nd season of Slasher (formerly on Chiller) is now a Netflix original series. It premieres Tuesday October 17th.
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