TV Shows premiere dates

September is almost gone, but I hadn’t had time yet to put my head in order in regards to the shows I’ll be following this season. But today, I finally got some time (and disposition). So here are the premiere dates of September for my favorite shows and the new ones that I’m planning to watch:


Can’t wait for Sleepy Hollow to come back! And Castle, and Brooklyn 9-9, SHIELD and TBBT. And here the October dates:


Can’t believe I have to wait for October 7 and 8 for Flash, Supernatural and Arrow. And Gracepoint, can’t wait for that!

17 thoughts on “TV Shows premiere dates

  1. impossiblegirl123 says:

    Good list of shows! I’ll also watch Gotham, Scorpion and Stalker, but other than that our lists are pretty similar or even close to identical.
    I’m not excited at all about Gracepoint though. Why would you make the exact same thing as Broadchurch and even cast David Tennant as the main character, but then you won’t let him speak with his accent? I don’t understand why they thought it was necessary to reproduce it, because the story and the shots are the same.

    • MyTinyObsessions says:

      I’ll watch Gotham, though I must admit that Batman was never my favorite comic book story… the other two I don’t know anything about yet, but I’ll inform myself. I’m more than anything curious about Gracepoint, I don’t see the purpose either, but I read that from the first episode on, things will take a different turn, and the story is not exactly the same… well, more than anything I have to admit that I’m excited to get David Tennant on my screen each week again!

      • impossiblegirl123 says:

        I’ll admit that there is an upside to seeing David Tennant on a regular basis, but I have some friends who got so see an early screening of the show and they didn’t think it was any different. I don’t know how much they actually watched, so, they might be wrong, but I guess I just don’t see the point.
        Batman was never my favourite hero either and I am generally more of a Marvel person rather than DC. But when it comes to TV shows, I have always liked the DC-based stories (Smallville, Arrow, possibly the Flash). Also, Gotham isn’t about Batman, not really, it’s about James Gordon and how all the villains became villains. I think it’s going to be cool 🙂

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