Monday, 7 September 2009

New US T.V. Show Air Dates

Now we're in September most of our favourite shows are coming back, or new shows we're looking forward to will be starting.

Here's a rundown of the US air dates starting this month. UK dates will differ obviously, but if you're anything like me and you can't wait until then you'll probably just pop over to and watch them via the online streaming service they operate.

September 10:
The Vampire Diaries: Intended to cash in on the Twilight craze this show premiers at 7 on the CW.

Supernatural: With an intense season planned that includes a guest appearance by Paris Hilton, Supernatural returns to the CW at 8 for its 5th season.

September 17:
Fringe: Following up on last years strong start, Fringe returns at 8 on Fox with season 2.

September 21:
Heroes: Season 3 of Heroes saw a continued slide in rating though hope returned to the series when writer Bryan Fuller returned. Unfortunately, this was short-lived and the fate of season 4 may seem a little shaky without the guidance of this writer. The new season premiers at 7 on NBC.

Big Bang Theory: While not really sci-fi this comedy is packed with sci-fi references. It enters its third season at 8:30 on CBS.

September 23:
Eastwick: Remember the Witches of Eastwick? This show based on the characters from the movie. Premiers on ABC at 9.

September 24:
Flash Forward: Based on the book by Robert J. Sawyer, Flashforward details what happens when the entire world blacks out for 2 minutes and catches a glimpse 21 years in the future. The series premier is set for 7 on ABC.

September 25:
Smallville: Returning for a surprise 9th season, Smallville has been moved to Fridays at 7 on the CW.

Dollhouse: Following mediocre ratings last season, Fox renewed this promising show for 13 episodes in season 2 that begin airing at 8.

Ghost Whisperer: Entering its fifth season, Ghost Whisperer returns to CBS at 7.

Medium: In a surprise move, Medium will air on CBS (instead of NBC) at 8.

October 2:
Stargate Universe: The next series in the "Stargate" franchise promises to be darker and more dramatic than the previous two when it premiers on Syfy at 8.

October 8:
Wizards of Waverly Place: This family oriented tale that is reminiscent of Sabrina the Teenage Witch returns to Disney at 7.

November 3:
V: This series is a continuation of sorts on V from the 80s. Taking place after the events that have already been aired, the show returns to TV after the long break at 7 on NBC.

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