US TV Fall schedule

2013-09-15_0151We are now just days away from the first of the new Fall shows entering Australian schedules.

Sleepy Hollow begins on TEN on Tuesday night. Then a smorgasboard of new and returning shows kicks off in the US.

Here are the dates of shows that are likely to interest Aussie viewers, including some finales.

Adjusting for the dateline, remember that a primetime US show is generally played out early arvo the following day, Australian time. ie. Bones on Monday 16 = Tuesday 17 in Australia.

Network fast-tracking feast underway

SEPTEMBER
Sunday 15th
The Newsroom final

Monday 16th
Bones,
Sleepy Hollow,
Under The Dome
final

Tuesday 17th
Dads,
Brooklyn Nine-Nine ,
New Girl

Wednesday 18th
Survivor,
Key & Peele

Friday 20th
Last Man Standing,
The Neighbors

Sunday 22nd
Downton Abbey
Dexter
final
Ray Donovan final

Monday 23rd
How I Met Your Mother,
2 Broke Girls,
Mom,
Hostages,
The Blacklist,
Castle,

Tuesday 24th
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,
NCIS,
The Goldbergs,
NCIS: Los Angeles,
Person of Interest,
Chicago Fire

Wednesday 25th
The Middle,
Revolution,
Criminal Minds,
Law & Order: SVU,
Modern Family,
CSI,
South Park

Thursday 26th
The Big Bang Theory,
Parks and Recreation,
The Crazy Ones,
Greys Anatomy,
Glee,
Two and a Half Men,
Parenthood,
Elementary

Friday 27th
Hawaii Five-0,
Blue Bloods

Sunday 29th
The Amazing Race,
The Simpsons,
Once Upon a Time,
Bob’s Burgers,
Family Guy,
Breaking Bad
final,
The Good Wife,
Homeland,
Revenge,
Homeland,
American Dad!,
Masters of Sex,
The Mentalist,
Eastbound and Down,
Hello Ladies

OCTOBER
Wednesday 2nd
Super Fun Night,
The Bridge
(US) final
Top Chef

Thursday 3rd
The Vampire Diaries,
The Originals,
The Millers,
Scandal

Saturday 5th
Hell on Wheels final

Sunday 6th
Low Winter Sun final

Monday 7th
Hart Of Dixie,
Beauty and the Beast

Tuesday 8th
Supernatural

Wednesday 9th
Arrow,
The Tomorrow People,
American Horror Story

Thursday 10th
Once Upon A Time In Wonderland

Sunday 13th
The Walking Dead

Thursday 17th
Reign,
White Collar

Tuesday 22nd
Ravenswood

Friday 25th:
The Carrie Diaries,
Grimm,
Dracula

32 Comments:

  1. TAR in October is hardly fast tracked. Downton Abbey will be six months and I’ll have watched by then. I am an American living in Australia for three years and I still haven’t become used to network programming here. Some shows are hardly promoted and just start one day. Some shows move time and days throughout the season making them hard to keep up with and some shows start at weird times because the show above it ran over (creating chaos for my DVR and annoying me when it cuts off crucial endings). Some promos state “Coming Soon” and then don’t tell you the day until you are right up on it. Some shows just disappear (aka Burn Notice). Its weird and it appears even Australians are frustrated by it. Hs it always been like this? It is a guessing game that i can’t figure out. I hope everyone goes online and drops these networks. If I was an advertiser, I would be highly annoyed when…

  2. Hi so is foxtel going to air Ravenswood and the originals if so do you know when? Also do you know when America horror story season three will be aired and will it be still on eleven and fx? Thanks

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