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As many of your favorite shows wind down for the season, we’re already looking forward to their return. 

And with those beloved shows come a slew of new comedies and dramas. 

The major primetime networks are pulling back the curtain on the fall 2022 TV lineup! 

Check out the schedule below for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and The CW — new series appear in caps! 

 

ABC

Wednesday, September 21

8:00 p.m.          “The Conners”

8:30 p.m.          “The Goldbergs”

9:00 p.m.          “Abbott Elementary”

9:31 p.m.          “Home Economics”

10:00 p.m.        “Big Sky”

 

Friday, September 23

8:00 p.m.         “Shark Tank”

9:01 p.m.         “20/20”

 

Sunday, September 25

8:00 p.m.          “Celebrity Jeopardy!”

9:00 p.m.          “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune”

10:00 p.m.        “The Rookie”

 

Tuesday, September 27   

8:00 p.m.          “Bachelor in Paradise”

10:00 p.m.        “The Rookie: Feds”

Sunday, October 2   

7:00 p.m.         “America’s Funniest Home Videos”

 

Monday, October 3        

8:00 p.m.          “Bachelor in Paradise”

10:00 p.m.        “The Good Doctor”

 

Thursday, October 6     

8:00 p.m.          “Station 19”

9:00 p.m.          “Grey’s Anatomy”

10:01 p.m.          “Alaska”

Shows Held for Midseason Premieres

A Million Little Things, American Idol, The Bachelor, Judge Steve Harvey, NOT DEAD YET, and The Wonder Years

 

 

CBS

MONDAY
8 pm The Neighborhood
8:30 pm Bob Hearts Abishola
9 pm NCIS
10 pm NCIS: Hawai’i

TUESDAY
8 pm FBI
9 pm FBI: International
10 pm FBI: Most Wanted 

WEDNESDAY
8 pm Survivor
9 pm The Amazing Race
10 pm THE REAL LOVE BOAT

THURSDAY
8 pm Young Sheldon
8:30 pm Ghosts (new time slot)
9 pm SO HELP ME TODD
10 pm CSI: Vegas (new night)

FRIDAY
8 pm S.W.A.T. (“new” night)
9 pm FIRE COUNTRY
10 pm Blue Bloods

SATURDAY
8 pm Drama encores
9 pm Drama encores
10 pm 48 Hours

SUNDAY
7 pm 60 Minutes
8 pm The Equalizer
9 pm EAST NEW YORK
10 pm NCIS: Los Angeles (new time slot)

Shows Held for Midseason Premieres

LINGO, Secret Celebrity Renovation, SUPERFAN, Tough as Nails, TRUE LIES

 

The CW

SUNDAY, OCT. 2
8 pm FAMILY LAW (acquired series premiere)
9 pm Coroner Season 4

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5
9 pm Kung Fu Season 3

THURSDAY, OCT. 6
8 pm Walker Season 3
9 pm WALKER INDEPENDENCE series premiere

MONDAY, OCT. 10
8 pm All American Season 5
9 pm All American: HomecomingSeason 2

TUESDAY, OCT. 11
8 pm THE WINCHESTERS series premiere
9 pm PROFESSIONALS (acquired series premiere)

FRIDAY, OCT. 14
8 pm Penn & Teller: Fool Us Season 9
9 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 19

SATURDAY, OCT. 22
8 pm CRISS ANGEL’S MAGIC WITH THE STARS series premiere
9 pm World’s Funniest Animals

Shows Held for Midseason Premieres

The Flash, GOTHAM KNIGHTS, Masters of Illusion, Nancy Drew, RECIPE FOR DISASTER, Riverdale (final season), Superman & Lois

 

NBC 

MONDAY

8-10 P.M. — The Voice

10-11 P.M. — QUANTUM LEAP

TUESDAY

8-9 P.M. — The Voice

9-10 P.M. — La Brea

10-11 P.M. — New Amsterdam

WEDNESDAY

8-9 P.M. — Chicago Med

9-10 P.M. — Chicago Fire

10-11 P.M. — Chicago P.D.

THURSDAY

8-9 P.M. — Law & Order

9-10 P.M. — Law & Order: SVU

10-11 P.M. — Law & Order: Organized Crime

FRIDAY

8-9 P.M. – Capital One College Bowl

8-8:30 P.M. – LOPEZ VS. LOPEZ (November)

8:30-9 P.M. – Young Rock (November)

9-11 P.M — Dateline NBC

SATURDAY

8-9 P.M. — Drama Encores

9-10 P.M. — Dateline Weekend Mystery

10-11 P.M. – SNL Vintage

SUNDAY

7-8:20 P.M. — Football Night in America (also live on Peacock)

8:20-11 P.M. — NBC Sunday Night Football (also live on Peacock)

 

FOX

FRIDAYS (Ongoing)
8 pm Friday Night SmackDown

SUNDAY, SEPT. 11
8 pm MONARCH series premiere 

MONDAY, SEPT. 19
8 pm 9-1-1 Season 6
9 pm The Cleaning Lady Season 2

TUESDAY, SEPT. 20
8 pm The Resident Season 6
9 pm MONARCH (regular time slot premiere)

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21
8 pm The Masked Singer Season 8
9 pm LEGO Masters Season 3

SUNDAY, SEPT. 25
8 pm The Simpsons Season 34 (!)
8:30 pm The Great North Season 3
9 pm Bob’s Burgers Season 13
9:30 pm Family Guy Season 21

THURSDAY, SEPT. 29
8 pm Hell’s Kitchen Season 21
9 pm Welcome to Flatch Season 2
9:30 pm Call Me Kat Season 3

Shows Held for Midseason Premieres

9-1-1: Lone Star, ACCUSED, ALERT, KRAPOPOLIS, GRIMSBURG, Housebroken, Fantasy Island, GORDON RAMSAY’S FOOD STARS, Next Level Chef (Season 2 premieres after Super Bowl), MasterChef (resuming current season), Beat Shazam(resuming current season), Crime Scene Kitchen and Don’t Forget the Lyrics(resuming current season)

 


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    Your Guide to All the Must-Watch Christmas Movies of 2022

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    Your Guide to All the Must-Watch Christmas Movies of 2022

    When the weather outside is frightful, holiday rom-coms are surely delightful.

    There’s a reason why those predictable Hallmark-esque movies continue to be a holiday tradition—there’s nothing better than cozying up on the couch with some hot cocoa (or Gluhwein) and getting lost in the magic of the season.

    And since there are so many good Christmas 2022 movies to choose from, we put together this little movie guide to help you so that you don’t miss any of the holiday goodness!

    Fa la la la—enjoy!

     

    Falling for Christmas (Netflix) – Nov 10

    Lindsay Lohan triumphantly returns to the screen in this original Netflix rom-com, which hit the streamer on Nov. 10. In the flick, the Mean Girls star is a newly engaged heiress who suffers an accident at a ski resort and must figure out her identity with the help of, you guessed it, a charming hunk. The film is the first of two-projects that Lohan has secured for Netflix. Her other film, Irish Wish, is set to premiere in 2023.

     

    Christmas with the Campbells (AMC+ and in theaters) – Dec 2

    Brittany Snow will star in the upcoming holiday romantic comedy alongside Justin Long. Snow stars as Jess, who is dumped right before the holidays by her boyfriend Shawn (Alex Moffat) but is convinced by his parents to still spend the holidays with them and Shawn’s cousin (Long) while he’s away. While we expect feelings to develop, thing take a turn when a blast from the past, played by Sweet Magnolias’ JoAnna Garcia Swisher, arrives with her sights set on him. Co-writer Vince Vaughn called it almost a parody of the Hallmark movies.

     

    Christmas With You (Netflix) – Nov 17

    Aimee Garcia is Angelina, a pop star that escapes from her daily life to grant a young fan’s wish in small city, where she finds inspiration for the career burn out she’s feeling and even finds herself smitten with a new love,  played by Freddie Prinze Jr. 

     

    Hotel for the Holidays (Amazon’s Freevee) – Dec 2

    Riverdale’s Madeline Petsch is Georgia, the manager of a high-end hotel whose guests for the season include heartbroken singles, an infamous pop star, and a European ex-prince who recently abdicated his throne. As they look for an escape from their everyday lives, Georgia finds herself entangled in the madness and in a love triangle with the hotel chef and the ex-prince!

     

    The Noel Diary (Netflix) – Nov 24

    Kevin Pearson, er, Justin Hartley is a best-selling author who returns home for Christmas and is forced to sort out his mother’s estate. When he finds a diary, he’s “led down a path of self-discovery.”

     

    A Christmas Story Christmas (HBO Max) – Nov 17

    Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) is back and he’s all grown up! In the sequel to the holiday favorite, he must deal with all things Christmas, this time as a dad.

     

    A Country Christmas Harmony (Lifetime) – Nov 18

    Calling all Sweet Magnolia fans! Brooke Elliott and Brandon Quinn reunite in this rom-com about a country music star who returns to her hometown to perform a live Christmas concert where she runs into her ex-boyfriend/former music duo partner. “After a tempestuous rainstorm forces the ex-sweethearts to seek shelter in Luke’s ranch home, the two realize that the only way they’ll survive the holidays is with the other’s help.”

     

    Spirited (Apple TV) – Nov 18

    Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, and Octavia Spencer appear in this retelling of A Christmas Carol. Ferrell stars as the Ghost of Christmas Present, who selects one dark soul on Christmas Eve to be reformed by three spirits, but when he picks the wrong Scrooge, Clint Briggs (Reynolds), forces the ghostly host to examine his own past, present, and future. 

     
     

     

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    ABC, FOX, NBC, and CBS Reveal Midseason TV Schedule—Mark Your Calendars

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    2023 Midseason TV Schedule

    With the holidays around the corner, the wind-down of many of your favorite shows is also fast approaching, meaning the midseason schedule is not far behind.

    Networks are already looking to 2023 to unveil all their exciting new programming, along with the return of many favorites, some in different time slots.

    Here’s what is on tap for the ABC, FOX, CBS and NBC 2023 midseason:

    CBS

    MONDAY, JAN. 2 — NCIS Crossover Event
    8 pm NCIS (winter premiere, special time)
    9 pm NCIS: Hawai’i (winter premiere, special time)
    10 pm NCIS: Los Angeles (winter premiere, special night and time)

    TUESDAY, JAN. 3
    8 pm FBI (winter premiere)
    9 pm FBI: International (winter premiere)
    10 pm FBI: Most Wanted (winter premiere)

    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4
    8 pm The Price Is Right at Night (new episode)
    9 pm Tough as Nails Season 4 premiere (two hours)

    THURSDAY, JAN. 5
    8 pm Young Sheldon (winter premiere)
    8:30 pm Ghosts (winter premiere)
    9 pm So Help Me Todd (winter premiere)
    10 pm CSI: Vegas (winter premiere)

    FRIDAY, JAN. 6
    8 pm S.W.A.T. (winter premiere)
    9 pm Fire Country (winter premiere)
    10 pm Blue Bloods (winter premiere)

    SUNDAY, JAN. 8
    7:30 pm ET / 7 pm PT 60 Minutes (winter premiere, immediately following NFL doubleheader on East Coast)
    8:30 pm ET / 8 pm PT East New York (winter premiere)
    9:30 pm ET / 9 pm PT NCIS: Los Angeles (new episode)

     

    ABC

    THURSDAY, DEC. 15
    10:00 pm THE PARENT TEST (special series premiere )

    TUESDAY, JAN. 3
    8:00 pm The Rookie
    9:00 pm The Rookie: Feds
    10:00 pm WILL TRENT 

    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4
    9:00 pm Abbott Elementary
    9:30 pm Home Economics
    10 pm Big Sky: Deadly Trails

    THURSDAY, JAN. 5
    8:00 pm Celebrity Jeopardy! (temporary new night)
    9:00 pm THE PARENT TEST (regular time period premiere)
    10:00 pm The Chase (temporary new night)

    FRIDAY, JAN. 6
    8:00 pm Shark Tank

    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11
    8:00 pm The Conners
    8:30 pm The Goldbergs

    MONDAY, JAN. 23
    8:00 pm The Bachelor
    10:00 pm The Good Doctor

    WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8
    8:30 pm NOT DEAD YET (special series premiere)
    9:31 pm NOT DEAD YET (regular time period premiere)
    10:00 PM A Million Little Things (final season!)

    SUNDAY, FEB. 19
    7:00 pm America’s Funniest Home Videos
    8:00 pm American Idol 
    10:00 pm THE COMPANY YOU KEEP

    THURSDAY, FEB. 23
    8:00 pm Station 19
    9:00 pm Grey’s Anatomy
    10:00 pm Alaska Daily

     

    FOX

    MONDAY, Jan. 2
    8 pm Fantasy Island (Season 2 premiere)

    TUESDAY, Jan. 3

    8 pm The Resident (winter premiere)

    WEDNESDAY, Jan. 4
    8 pm SPECIAL FORCES: WORLD’S TOUGHEST TEST (2-hour series premiere)

    THURSDAY, Jan. 5
    8 pm Hell’s Kitchen (winter premiere)
    9 pm Welcome to Flatch (winter premiere)
    9:30 pm Call Me Kat (winter premiere)

    SUNDAY, Jan. 8
    8 pm ET / 5 pm PT ALERT (series premiere, live in all time zones)

    MONDAY, Jan. 9
    9 pm ALERT (regular time slot premiere)

    WEDNESDAY, Jan. 11
    8 pm Celebrity Name That Tune (series premiere)
    9 pm SPECIAL FORCES: WORLD’S TOUGHEST TEST (regular time slot premiere)

    TUESDAY, Jan. 17
    8 pm 9-1-1: Lone Star (Season 4 premiere)

    SUNDAY, Jan. 22
    9 pm ACCUSED (series premiere)

    TUESDAY, Jan. 24
    9 pm ACCUSED (regular time slot premiere)

    SUNDAY, Feb. 12
    10:30 pm ET / 7:30 pm PT Next Level Chef (Season 2 premiere, live in all time zones following Super Bowl LVII)

    THURSDAY, Feb. 16
    8 pm Next Level Chef (regular time slot premiere)
    9 pm ANIMAL CONTROL (series premiere)

     

    NBC

    MONDAY, JAN. 2
    8  pm AMERICA’S GOT TALENT: ALL-STARS
    10 pm  Quantum Leap

    TUESDAY, JAN. 3
    8 pm America’s Got Talent: All-Stars (encore)
    10 pm New Amsterdam

    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4
    8 pm Chicago Med 
    9 pm Chicago Fire 
    10 pm Chicago P.D. 

    THURSDAY, JAN. 5
    8 pm Law & Order
    9 pm Law & Order: SVU
    10 pm Law & Order: Organized Crime

    FRIDAY, JAN. 6
    8 pm Lopez vs. Lopez
    8:30 pm Young Rock
    9 pm Dateline NBC

    TUESDAY, JAN. 17
    8 pm NIGHT COURT
    8:30 pm NIGHT COURT (special bonus episode)
    9 pm New Amsterdam (two-hour series finale)

    TUESDAY, JAN. 24
    8:30 pm American Auto

    TUESDAY, JAN. 31
    9 pm La Brea
    10 pm La Brea (special bonus episode)

    SUNDAY, FEB. 19
    9 pm Magnum P.I.
    10 pm FOUND

    SUNDAY, FEB. 26
    8 pm The Blacklist 

    MONDAY, MARCH 6
    8 pm The Voice 

    TUESDAY, MARCH 7
    9 pm The Voice
    10 pm That’s My Jam


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    5 Characters Who Exited ‘Chicago Med’ in 2022

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    Chicago Med Recap Status Quo, aka The Mess We’re In Season 7 Episode 4

    Chicago Med’s mass exodus continues with several characters exiting the medical drama in 2022 alone.

    Some of the exits were preplanned and announced in advance, allowing fans to prepare mentally, but a handful caught viewers by complete surprise, without much of a sendoff for the beloved characters.

    While hospitals typically see a rotation of doctors in real life, it’s understandable that fans aren’t exactly thrilled with the constant shakeups on the One Chicago show. 

    Here are all the stars who have departed (or are departing) Chicago Med Season 8:

     

    Sarah Rafferty

    Rafferty starred as Dr. Pamela Blake, the Head of Transplant Surgery. She made her debut in the fifth episode of season 7 before exiting in the premiere episode of season 8. And it felt abrupt considering the promising relationship she built up with Crockett (Dominic Rains). The couple had a bit of a falling out after she didn’t agree with the decision he made as her power of attorney during an operation, so fans would’ve understood if she wanted to end things and get a fresh start, but the writers didn’t do these two characters justice by addressing her decision to leave before she just packed her things and left. There was no goodbye or closure. Crockett went to her house to apologize for making a poor decision influenced by his own selfish reasons, but Blake’s daughter, Avery, informed him that she had already left town. It was weak and left fans scratching their heads, which wasn’t fair to the incredible pairing they built up ahead of this moment.

    Chicago Med Review Lying Doesn't Protect You From The Truth Season 7 Episode 21

    CHICAGO MED — “Lying Doesn’t Protect You From The Truth” Episode 721 — Pictured: (l-r) Dominic Rains as Dr. Crockett Marcel, Sarah Rafferty as Dr. Pamela Blake — (Photo by: George Burns Jr./NBC)

     

    Guy Lockard

    Locked portrayed Dr. Dylan Scott on the series after joining the cast in season 7, but he also exited the drama one season later in the premiere of season 8. Scott went through a bit of a heartbreaking situation when he lost the woman he loved, Jo, who was undercover as Milena (played by Riley Voelkel). Upon her death, he realized he’d constantly be pulled back into his former life as a cop, so he resigned to get a fresh start. 

    Executive producer Andrew Schneider defended his exit to TVLine saying they “played” his character out and felt it “would be a good time for him to move on,” but honestly, Will Halstead is still here, so they surely could’ve taken Scott’s character in another direction if they wanted to.

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    CHICAGO MED — “Just as A Snake Sheds Its Skin” Episode 708 — Pictured: Guy Lockard as Dr. Dylan Scott — (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)

     

    Asjha Cooper

    Cooper’s exit was a total shocker and a lot of fans may not have realized that handing her birth mom, Maggie, papers for vaccinations she needed to get in order to accept a job as a clinic nurse in the Philippines meant that this was Vanessa Taylor’s final episode. Why did Asjha Cooper leave Chicago Med? It’s unclear, but what we do know is that we’ll miss her. And maybe she’ll swing back around the next time she’s in the Windy City to visit her mom!

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    CHICAGO MED — “To Lean In Or To Let Go” Episode 702 — Pictured: Asjha Cooper as Vanessa Taylor — (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)

     

    Brian Tee

    Tee might be the biggest character exit to date as he’s been with the show since 2015. Sadly, his final episode as Dr. Ethan Choi will air on December 7. Tee told Deadline that he will be pursuing other projects and spending time with his family as his daughter was just a few weeks old when he joined the series. The comforting thing is that he’ll be back to direct an episode later in the season, but it’ll be hard to say goodbye to one of the OGs. Choi’s on-again, off-again love interest April (Yaya DaCosta) made a few guest appearances on season 8, even rekindling her romance with the ED doctor, so hopefully, the writers will tee-up Tee’s exit by noting that he’s going to be following his heart. 

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    CHICAGO MED — “What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You” Episode 712 — Pictured: Brian Tee as Ethan Choi — (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)

     

    Kristen Hager

    Hager joined the medical drama alongside Scott in season 7 as Stevie Hammer, an ER physician, but she didn’t even last the season, exiting halfway through without as much as a goodbye. In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it-moment, Stevie decided to go to Michigan to give her marriage with her estranged husband another try, which was so odd considering the series was building up a love story between her and Halstead. We invested so much time into this storyline simply to have it fizzle out with an explanation. The show’s executive producers noted that they’d love to have Hager back on the show at some point, but they never gave a reason for her abrupt exit. However, a quick glance at her Instagram page reveals that she was very far along in her pregnancy at the time and gave birth over the summer to a beautiful baby girl!

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    CHICAGO MED — “To Lean In Or To Let Go” Episode 702 — Pictured: (l-r) Nick Gehlfuss as Dr. Will Halstead, Kristin Hager as Dr. Stevie Hammer — (Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)

     

    Which Chicago Med cast members’ exits hurt the most? Who would you like to see return?


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