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The CW Fall 2022-2023 Premiere Dates for ‘Walker,’ ‘The Winchesters,’ ‘Kung Fu’ and More

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After nixing half of its roster, The CW is making plans for the fall 2022-2023 TV season. 

And not many returning shows made the cut. 

Kung Fu season 3 will premiere Wednesday, October 5, Walker season 3 follows on Thursday, October 6, while All American (s5) and All American: Homecoming (s2) return Monday, October 10. 

News shows include Walker: Independence, The Winchesters, Family Law, and Professionals.

The Flash, GOTHAM KNIGHTS, Masters of Illusion, Nancy Drew, RECIPE FOR DISASTER, Riverdale (final season), Superman & Lois are all being held for midseason.

See the schedule below:

8 pm FAMILY LAW (acquired series premiere)
9 pm Coroner Season 4

9 pm Kung Fu Season 3

8 pm Walker Season 3
9 pm WALKER INDEPENDENCE series premiere

8 pm All American Season 5
9 pm All American: HomecomingSeason 2

8 pm THE WINCHESTERS series premiere
9 pm PROFESSIONALS (acquired series premiere)

8 pm Penn & Teller: Fool Us Season 9
9 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 19

9 pm World’s Funniest Animals

Fall 2022 TV Schedule for ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW

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The CW Finally Unveils 2024 Fall TV Schedule—See When Your Fave Shows Are Returning



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The CW may be a little late to the party, but it’s finally revealing its fall 2024 lineup, which includes the highly-anticipated return of Sullivan’s Crossing and the final season of Superman & Lois.

There are also some good things for sports fans like Inside the NFL and Nascar Xfinity Series, along with unscripted programs like the go-to Whose Line Is It Anyway? and the premiere of Trivial Pursuit

And let’s not forget the debut of Sophie Turner’s new series Joan, a British six-part crime show, about a devoted mom to a 6-year-old stuck in a marriage with a violent criminal who seizes the opportunity to create a new identity and life for herself and her daughter by becoming a jewel thief. 

Check out the full lineup below now—and let us know what you’re most excited to watch when the weather begins to get chilly again.

Friday, August 30

8:00-9:00pm TBA

9:00-10:00pm Inside the NFL (Season 2 Premiere)

Saturday, August 31

3:00-6:30pm ET PAC-12 Football: Portland State at Washington State

6:30-10:00pm ET PAC-12 Football: Idaho State at Oregon State

Sunday, September 1

8:00-9:30pm The Chosen (Season 4 Premiere)

9:30-10:00pm TBA

Friday, September 6

8:00-8:30pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Season 13 Premiere)

8:30-9:00pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Original Episode)

Friday, September 20

7:00-10:00pm ET Nascar Xfinity Series at Bristol Motor Speedway

Tuesday, October 1

8:00-10:00pm WWE NXT (Network Premiere)

Wednesday, October 2

8:00-9:00pm Sullivan’s Crossing (Season 2 Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm Joan (Series Premiere)

Monday, October 7

8:00-9:00pm Scrabble (Series Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm Trivial Pursuit (Series Premiere)

Thursday, October 17

8:00-9:00pm Superman & Lois (Season 4 Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm Superman & Lois (Original Episode)


8:00-9:00pm Superman & Lois (Original Episode)

9:00-10:00pm The Librarians: The Next Chapter (Series Premiere)

Wednesday, November 13

8:00-9:00pm Sullivan’s Crossing (Original Episode)

9:00-9:30pm Children Ruin Everything (Season 4 Premiere)

9:30-10:00pm Children Ruin Everything (Original Episode)


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‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ Announces Season 4 Return—See the Premiere Date



After halting her talk show return amid the ongoing strikes following intense backlash from the public, Drew Barrymore is finally getting ready for her comeback. 

The Drew Barrymore Show Season 4 will return on Monday, Oct. 16.

It was initially set to return on September 18, but the decision was met with plenty of public backlash as it went against the WGA strike. 

Barrymore defended her decision to bring back the daytime talk show, noting that they would not be using “WGA writers” and thus complying with the WGA and SAG-AFTRA rules and not crossing the picket line, as over 11,000 TV writers are currently striking for better wages, conditions, and more. 

Still, the public remained disappointed and encouraged her to rethink her decision, thus prompting her to pause production on her show. 

“I have listened to everyone, and I am making the decision to pause the show’s premiere until the strike is over,” she wrote on Instagram at the time when announcing her decision. “I have no words to express my deepest apologies to anyone I have hurt and, of course, to our incredible team who works on the show and has made it what it is today. We really tried to find our way forward. And I truly hope for a resolution for the entire industry very soon.”


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Since the writers’ strike has officially ended, The Drew Barrymore Show was given the green light to resume thus announcing the exciting news today, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2023, via a post on X (previously known as Twitter).

Kelly Clarkson also revealed today that her daytime show The Kelly Clarkson Show would return the same day as Barrymore’s for its fifth season.

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CBS Sets Premiere Dates for All of Your Beloved Daytime Soaps and Game Shows



With the 2023-2024 fall TV season upon us, fans of daytime TV are likely wondering when all of their favorite shows are coming back. Well, we finally have the premiere dates for all your favorite soaps like The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless—and the wait is almost over! 

The Bold and the Beautiful Season 37 will premiere on September 21… and there’s a lot going on, with the synopsis teasing, “Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) learning that Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) has gone to great lengths to prove his love for her. A new intern at Forrester Creations, fashion student Luna (Lisa Yamada), has arrived with a mysterious past. This season, viewers will also learn if Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) will continue to pursue Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), a man dedicated to only her, or reunite with her husband Liam (Scott Clifton), who also admits to unrequited feelings for his ex, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), who is currently estranged from her husband whom she loves, Finn (Tanner Novlan). Eric Forrester (John McCook) faces a health challenge he chooses to hide that may end his illustrious career. Yet, he’s determined to create his final fashion collection with the help of his grandson R.J. (Joshua Hoffman), much to the consternation of Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), culminating in a stunning Forrester fashion challenge between father and son filled with gamesmanship, heartbeat and high stakes. And, a shocking secret engagement will lead to either scandal or happily ever after for one couple.”

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Drew Carey will return as host for The Price Is Right on September 25, and the longest running game show in TV history will be airing episodes filmed from its new state-of-the-art set in Glendale, California for the first time in 51 years.  It will also mark the first time that there will be a live studio audience since COVID in 2020.

Let’s Make a Deal will arrive the same day for its historic 50th season as host Wayne Brady returns for his 15th. The network announced that the premiere episode will have a $15,000 giveaway for a contestant. 

And in October, fans will get to catch up with all of their The Young and the Restless crew when new episodes of Season 51 premiere on October 3. 

The longest running scripted drama’s synopsis teases, “Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) fights to protect his legacy at all costs while an unexpected adversary challenges Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott). Viewers will be treated to returns from fan-favorite characters Mamie Johnson (Veronica Redd), who has unfinished business with rival Jill Abbott (Jess Walton), and Danny Romalotti (Michael Damian), who finds himself caught between ex-wives Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) and Christine “Cricket” Blair (Lauralee Bell, celebrating 40 years on the series). And Jack Abbott’s (Peter Bergman) vow renewal with Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) will be the perfect setting for romance, intrigue and family drama.”

If you’re looking for even more content, well there’s always the anticipated evening premieres not only on CBS, but ABC, NBC, Fox and The CW—you can see the full lineup here.

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