TV Premieres You Can’t Miss the Week of Oct 11 2015

Fall TV premieres Oct 11-17

As the weather cools and you are settling into your fall TV favorites, you’ll be surprised to learn that there are still more premieres coming your way. Some are long-running favorites, others are cult favorites, and others are just back for a second season. With four nights of exciting premieres to catch, this is sure to be a week where you won’t be complaining that there’s nothing on TV.


This Sunday at 7:00 pm, enjoy some big laughs with America’s Funniest Home Videos on ABC, back for its 25th season. At 9:00 pm, catch The Walking Dead on AMC, returning for a 6th season.  Immediately following it is Talking Dead – a talk show about this great series. The Walking Dead is centered around Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Grimes, who leads a group of people who survived the world being taken over by zombies. The show is hugely popular, not only spawning its own after show, but it also has its own prequel which debuted in August.


Be sure to catch Fargo on FX, a series where that takes us back to 1979, when a young investigator is trying to solve a crime involving a local gang. This crime drama is returning for its second season. The award-winning program won both Emmys and Golden Globe Awards in its first season, making it one you definitely don’t want to miss.


On Tuesday at 9:00 pm, tune in for the second season of Manhattan on WGN. This period drama is set in 1943, making a historical reference to the Manhattan Project, and takes place in Los Alamos, New Mexico, a city of mystery to the outside world. The scientists taking part in the project are on a need-to-know basis, and must keep the information from their families. While not historically accurate, the show is deliberately so.

At 10:00, watch the season 4 debut of Chicago Fire on NBC, an exciting drama that revolves around the personal and professional lives of Chicago firefighters.


Enjoy some comedy and relaxation on Friday evening at 8:30 with the series premiere of Truth Be Told on NBC, a comedy about the lives of two very different couples. You can watch the trailer here.

At 10:00 pm, catch the second season of The Knick on Cinemax, a story that captures the lives of the Knickerbocker Hospital staff on both personal and professional level, in the early twentieth century in New York. Also at 10:00 pm is the second season premiere of the show Satisfaction on USA. The drama follows a man who starts to track the extra- marital affair of his wife.

Discover an exciting new show this week and rediscover some returning favorites. If you are a lover of dramas, the supernatural, or comedy, you will definitely find something new and enjoyable for you this week. Happy TV viewing.

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