Mon., Sept. 19 marks the return of 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'Castle,' with a week full of premieres following. The first new show will bow on Sept. 21, with Emily VanCamp's 'Revenge' taking the 10PM slot. We'll be introduced to the new 'Charlie's Angels' the following day, and the slick '60s style of 'Pan Am' will anchor the lineup on Sun., Sept. 25.
'Suburgatory' will be paired with 'Happy Endings' on the 28th, and the network's man-themed comedies, 'Man Up' and 'Last Man Standing,' will bow throughout the month of October. Rounding out the schedule of new shows is 'Once Upon a Time,' which won't debut until the end of October.
Check out the full schedule after the jump.
'Curb' returns for a 10-episode season 8 on Sun., July 10 at 10PM. Expect the typical Larry David hilarity, but this time it'll be bicoastal. The new season was shot in Los Angeles and New York.
'True Blood' sinks its teeth back into HBO on Sunday, June 26, at 9PM. Sookie, Bill and the gang -- plus many more new characters -- return for the 12-episode season 4.
CBS announced its fall premiere dates and as predicted they're debuting new and returning shows the same week as the other major networks.
Look for intense comedy competition on Thurs., Sept. 23 when 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Bleep My Dad Says' go up against 'Community' and '30 Rock.'
'The Good Wife' will debut on Tues., Sept. 28, a week after its Tuesday lead-in 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' which will have a two-hour season premiere on Sept. 21.
Check out the full schedule ...
According to reports, the network's entire lineup will premiere in a traditional manner over the span of one week, beginning on Sept. 20.
As we previously reported, '30 Rock' is moving to Thursdays at 8:30PM, while 'Parks & Recreation' will sit out the first half of the season, making way for the new comedy 'Outsourced.'
Meanwhile, 'The Apprentice' is taking Thursday's 10PM slot previously held by 'Love Bites.' The romantic anthology series has been shelved until midseason for recasting and to accommodate star Becki Newton's pregnancy.
Check out the new fall schedule for the premiere dates for 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,' 'Community,' 'The Event' and more.
Fans can check out the new season of critically acclaimed 'Sons of Anarchy' on Tue., Sept. 7 at 10PM. 'Sons of Anarchy,' which stars Katey Sagal, Ron Perlman and Charlie Hunnam, follows an outlaw motorcycle gang. The show was created by Kurt Sutter, who also serves as an executive producer and showrunner.
Meanwhile, FX will debut its new comedy 'Terriers' on Wed., Sept. 8 at 10PM. 'Terriers' centers around Donal Logue's ex-cop character Hank Dolworth, who opens up an unlicensed private investigation agency. 'Terriers' was created by Ted Griffin ('Oceans Eleven').
Dates for the Dana Delany drama, 'Body of Proof' and 'Secret Millionaire' will be forthcoming.
According to hollywoodinsider.com, the lineup will look like this:
Mark your calenders: Via EW, the CW has just announced fall premiere dates for its entire lineup, including returning favorites 'The Vampire Diairies' and 'Gossip Girl.'
Also debuting this fall, two new series, 'Nikita' (a remake of a remake of a... well, you get the idea) and the cheerleading comedy-drama 'Hellcats,' starring Ashley Tisdale and Aly Michalka.
Wed., Sept. 8
8-9PM: 'America's Next Top Model'
9-10PM: 'Hellcats' (series premiere)
Thu., Sept. 9
8-9PM: 'The Vampire Diaries'
9-10PM: 'Nikita' (series premiere)
Mon., Sept. 13
8-9PM: '90210' (season Premiere)
9-10PM: 'Gossip Girl' (Season Premiere)
Allison Grodner ('Big Brother'), Rich Meehan ('Big Brother') and Amy Palmer ('You're Cut Off') for Fly on the Wall Entertainment will serve as executive producers.
'Plain Jane' will air in the 9PM timeslot, after 'America's Next Top Model.'
According to the Live Feed, the summer reality series will kick off Thu., Jul. 8 at 8PM ET, with Julie Chen returning as host.
The following week, the show move into its regular rotation, airing Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8PM, beginning July 11.
Meanwhile, CBS has also slotted the return of 'Flashpoint' on Fridays this summer, beginning Jun. 4. The following evening, CBS will burn off the final episodes of the recently canceled medical series 'Three Rivers.'
'The Bridge,' a new police drama, will air on Saturdays, beginning July 10.
'Psych,' which premiered in 2006, is the network's longest-running original series. It follows the crime-solving duo of Shawn and Gus, played by James Roday and Dule Hill, respectively.
According to reports, John Michael Higgins and Jean Smart are among the guest stars this season.
Meanwhile, NBC also announced today that the highly anticipated '2010 Miss Universe Pageant' will air Mon., Aug. 23, 8-10PM ET on NBC and Telemundo.
The pageant will air live from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
The shows will fill the Sunday 10PM time slot now occupied by David Simon's 'Treme,' which wraps its first season this summer.
'Hung' season 2 is expected to explore the new dynamic between Ray (Thomas Jane), Tanya (Jane Adams) and Lenore (Rebecca Creskoff).
'Entourage' star Adrian Grenier recently promised that fans would see a different side of Hollywood pretty boy Vinnie Chase in the show's upcoming seventh season.
"They're going to get a whole new Vince this year," Grenier told the Hollywood Reporter earlier this month. "He's grappling with life and death circumstances."
Sounds like a big change from the character's previous dilemmas, which usually involved choosing between the blonde or the brunette.
According to the Live Feed, 'Burn Notice' season 4 and 'Royal Pains' season 2 will premiere on Thu., June 3, at 9 and 10PM, respectively.
Meanwhile, the network will also premiere 'White Collar,' 'Psych' and 'Covert Affairs,' starring Piper Perabo, in July.
Created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak, 'Chuck' is a mixture of action and comedy, following the tale of an average computer geek (Zachary Levi ) who gets his brain literally encoded with spy secrets.
The reality miniseries will kick off Dec. 13 at 9PM, with back-to-back hour long episodes, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Moving forward, the six-episode series will air Sundays at 10PM on the network.
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