And, they continue. Even though we have now had weeks of season and series premieres, there are still more to come. With the exception of Monday and Saturday nights when there are no premieres this week, every other night has multiple premieres. Many of this week’s debuts are from premium channels, and channels outside the standard lineup.
Political drama Madam Secretary is back on CBS at 8pm for its second season. At 9pm, The Leftovers is back on HBO for its second season. This exciting show picks up post-rapture and is definitely a show that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Also at 9:00, the fifth season of political thriller Homeland starts back on Showtime. At the same time, hit drama The Good Wife is back on CBS for its 7th season.
At 10pm CSI: Cyber premieres its second season on CBS. If it continues with the same popularity as the other CSI shows, it will be around for years to come. Also at 10:00 is the anxiously awaited second season of the drama The Affair on Showtime. This complex and compelling show won two Golden Globes in its first year and has received universal acclaim.
At 8pm, The Flash returns on the CW, a sure bet for any superhero lover. It is followed by the return of refreshing and popular supernatural drama iZombie for its second season at 9pm. At 10pm, Finding Carter is back for another season on MTV, for the continuing story of a girl who was stolen from her birth parents and returns to them 13 years later, after accidentally discovering the truth.
At 8pm another superhero favorite Arrow begins its fourth season on the CW. Following it is the eleventh season premiere of fantasy horror show Supernatural at 9:00. At 10pm, horror anthology American Horror Story: Hotel premieres its fifth season on FX.
Supernatural favorite The Vampire Diaries is back on the CW at 8pm for the seventh season for the drama. The Originals follows at 9pm for the third season of this The Vampire Diaries spin-off.
American/Canadian supernatural drama Haven begins the second half of its final season on Syfy at 10pm. The series had a split fifth season, and the announcement in August that the show would end, has fans counting down to the finale of the show that was inspired by a Stephen King novel.
At 10:30, comedy game show Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street starts on TruTV for the fourth season.
Both Friday’s premieres are at 8pm. Hit sitcom Undateable is back on NBC for another hilarious season, but this time with all live episodes. Historical fantasy romance Reign starts up on the CW for its third season.
Plan to tune into these great premieres or to set your DVD to capture them. If you’ve been looking for a great new show or two to get into, this week’s lineup is full of tried and true hits of all genres, but especially supernatural and political dramas.