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TNT, Syfy, USA, Lifetime Announce Fall & Winter Premiere Dates

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 23rd 2011 5:45PM
Burn NoticeWhile the broadcast networks have had their fall schedules lined up since May, cable networks have stuck to their summer programming during these warm months. Now, as autumn approaches, TNT, Syfy, USA and Lifetime have announced their schedules for the fall and winter months.

TNT is bringing back 'Leverage,' 'The Closer' and 'Rizzoli & Isles' in November and will premiere the fourth season of 'Southland' in 2012, while Syfy has saved plenty of paranormal-themed shows for the spooky month of October. The network's four-hour original movie 'Neverland' with Keira Knightley will debut Dec. 3.

USA will premiere the sixth season of 'Psych' in October, and bring back summer hits 'Covert Affairs' and 'Burn Notice' for six-episode runs in November. Lifetime, meanwhile, has announced several sure-to-be-classic TV movies for the month of October.

Click through for more deets on the fall schedules.

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When Does Your Favorite Show Return This Fall?

by Jean Bentley, posted Jul 1st 2011 10:00AM
Although we have the entirety of the summer to get through -- it's just barely July, after all -- the major TV networks have already begun preparing for fall, including rolling out the 2011-2012 premiere dates for their new and returning shows.

Want to know what happens with Brennan and Booth and their baby on 'Bones'? You'll have to wait until November to find that out. Eager to check out ABC's slick new '60s-set soap 'Pan Am'? The series premieres at the end of September. And if you're looking forward to the return of '90210' to The CW and the return of Sarah Michelle Gellar to TV in 'Ringer,' both will premiere in early September.

Fall TV premiere dates
But what about the rest of the promising new shows? Below, a handy guide to the fall premiere dates for ABC, CBS, Fox and The CW.

Note: NBC has yet to announce its fall schedule -- when they do, we'll add it here -- but you can check out what the AOL TV team thought of all the network's new shows here.

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CBS Announces Fall 2011 Premiere Dates

by Jean Bentley, posted Jun 29th 2011 2:45PM
CBSCBS has announced the fall premiere dates for its new and returning shows.

Unlike ABC, which spread out the debut dates for its new shows throughout the months of September, CBS concentrated all of its premieres within the traditional middle-of-September time frame.

The newest season of 'Survivor' bows first, on Sept. 14, with new series 'How to Be a Gentleman' premiering last, on the 29th.

So, when will you be able to catch your favorite (or soon-to-be-favorite) new show? Check out the full CBS fall premiere schedule after the jump.

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SyFy Announces Fall Schedule

by Rich Keller, posted Aug 19th 2010 12:00PM
Stargate Universe returns for a 2nd season on September 29th.The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler and the kids are getting ready for (or are already in) school. This means two things: the summer is almost over, and television is gearing up for the fall.

Over the last month or so, the major networks have revealed their fall lineups, and now the cable outlets are releasing their fall premiere dates. Yesterday, USA network set the fall premiere dates for some of its shows. Now, reports The Futon Critic, it's SyFy's turn to do the same.

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2009 NBC Fall TV Premiere Dates

by Andrew Scott, posted Jun 26th 2009 12:00PM
Jay LenoNBC's fall premiere schedule is all about 'The Jay Leno Show.'

The new 10PM series will begin its first full week on the network beginning Mon., Sept. 14. Also included that week are premieres of 'The Biggest Loser' (Tue., Sept. 14) and 'The Office' (Thu., Sept. 17).

Meanwhile, 'Heroes' returns with a two-hour premiere on Mon., Sept. 21.

See the full schedule after the jump.

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NBC announces fall premiere dates

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 25th 2009 3:17PM
NBC logoIt's always great to hear the fall premiere dates for shows. It reminds you that, yes, eventually the summer is going to end and the fall will be here. Here are the dates when the new seasons of your favorite old NBC shows (and new ones) will launch (more dates to come).

Sunday, September 13: Football Night in America and Sunday Night Football
Monday, September 14: The Jay Leno Show
Tuesday, September 15: The Biggest Loser
Thursday, September 17: SNL Weekend Update Thursday, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Community
Monday, September 21: Heroes
Wednesday, September 23: Parenthood and Law and Order: SVU
Friday, September 25: Law and Order and Southland
Saturday, September 26: Saturday Night Live
Monday, September 28: Trauma
Thursday, October 15: 30 Rock

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