With the dramatic and much-anticipated final season of Boardwalk Empire premiering on HBO Canada on Sunday night, it served as a reminder that the fall TV season is about to launch into full-swing. To help drum up some interest (and remind you to set you PVR!) Here is a schedule of some of the more noteworthy fall premieres. Series debuts are highlighted in red:
Tuesday, September 9
Sons of Anarchy, FX Canada, 10 pm – the seventh and final season of Kurt Sutter’s biker drama kicks into gear.
Wednesday, September 10
Hell’s Kitchen, Fox, 8 pm
Thursday, September 11
The Biggest Loser, NBC, 8 pm
Monday, September 15
Dancing with the Stars, ABC, 8 pm
Tuesday, September 16
New Girl, FOX, 9 pm and The Mindy Project, FOX, 9:30 pm (both available on City TV starting September 23rd).
Wednesday, September 17
Red Band Society, FOX, 9 pm – series debut of this hospital dramedy starring Octavia Spencer.
The Mysteries of Laura, CTV, 10 pm – series debut of an NYPD cop drama starring Debra Messing.
Thursday September 18
The Bachelor Canada, City, 8 pm
Sunday September 21
Madam Secretary, Global, 8 pm – series debut, political drama starring Tea Leoni as Secretary of State in the United States and the Good Wife, Global 9 pm.
Monday, September 22nd
The Big Bang Theory, CTV, 7 pm and Gotham, CTV, 8 pm – series debut of Batman prequel, focuses on the origin story of Commissioner Gordon. Followed by Saving Hope, CTV, 9 pm and Forever, CTV, 10 pm – series debut of a crime procedural about an immortal New York City medical examiner.
The Voice, CTV Two, 8 pm
Scorpion, City, 9 pm – series debut of a crime procedural centred around a group of socially awkward geniuses.
Sleepy Hollow, Global, 9 pm and The Blacklist, Global, 10 pm
Tuesday, September 23rd
NCIS, Global, 8 pm and NCIS: New Orleans, Global, 9 pm – series debut of this NCIS spinoff, starring Scott Bakula. Followed by Chicago Fire, Global, 10 pm.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., CTV, 9 pm and Person of Interest, CTV, 10 pm
Wednesday, September 24th
Chicago PD, Global, 7 pm and Survivor, Global, 8 pm.
Modern Family, City, 9 pm
Thursday, September 25th
Bones, Global, 8 pm and Parenthood, Global, 10 pm.
Grey’s Anatomy, CTV, 8 pm and How to Get Away With Murder, CTV, 10 pm – series debut of this legal thriller starring Viola Davis.
Friday, September 26th
Hawaii Five-o, Global, 9 pm
The Amazing Race, CTV, 8 pm and Blue Bloods, CTV, 10 pm.
Shark Tank, CTV Two, 8 pm
Sunday, September 28th
The Simpsons, Global, 7:30 pm and Family Guy, Global, 10 pm.
Once Upon a Time, CTV, 8 pm, Resurrection, CTV, 9 pm, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CTV, 10 pm.
Monday, September 29th
NCIS: Los Angeles, Global, 8 pm
Castle, CTV, 10 pm
Mom, City, 8:30 pm
Wednesday, October 1st
Stalker, Global, 10 pm – series debut of a psychological thriller starring Dylan McDermott about…stalkers.
Criminal Minds, CTV, 9 pm
Thursday, October 2nd
Gracepoint, Global, 9 pm – 10 episode miniseries based on the British murder drama Broadchurch.
The Vampire Diaries, CTV Two, 8 pm and Reign, CTV Two, 9 pm.
Friday, October 3rd
Bad Judge, Global, 8 pm – series premiere of comedy starring Kate Walsh as a…bad judge and A to Z, Global, 8:30 pm – series debut of this romantic comedy about a couple.
Sunday, October 5th
Mulaney, Global, 7 pm – series debut of this multicam sitcom starring former Saturday Night Live writer John Mulaney and Bob’s Burgers, Global, 7:30 pm.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
The Flash, CTV, 8 pm – series debut, superhero spin-off of Arrow.
Wednesday, Oct. 8
Friday, October 17th
About A Boy, Global, 8 pm and Marry Me, Global 8:30 pm – series premiere of this romantic comedy from Happy Endings creator David Kaspe.
Friday, October 24th
Grimm, CTV, 9 pm
Constantine, Global, 10 pm – series debut of a supernatural show based on Hellblazer comics.
Monday, Oct. 27
2 Broke Girls, City, 8 pm
Thursday, October 30th
The Millers, CTV, 8:30 pm and Two and a Half Men, CTV, 9 pm.
Elementary, Global, 10 pm.
Monday, November 17th
State of Affairs, Global, 10 pm – series premiere of a high-stakes drama starring Katherine Heigl as a CIA agent.