Winter may be digging in big time, but at least we can cozy up with vampire and werewolf action on Being Human, more hot vamps on The Vampire Diaries, and some time-twisting fringe science on ... well... Fringe.
Supernatural teen angst is about to take a holiday! The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle are both headed for a two-month hiatus with big midseason finales thanks to an early fall start. And Primeval is back for its fifth season of nasty critter incursions.
When The Vampire Diaries premieres its third season tonight you can expect a bloody good time, promises executive producer Julie Plec.
As sad as we are to see Torchwood and True Blood go, it's time to get on with fall as we get early premieres from the CW with the third season of The Vampire Diaries and the new witch series, The Secret Circle, and from the Cartoon Network with the season four premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Oh, it's been a long, long summer and we're about to get a big infusion of original programming with 19 returning series. While there's still plenty of ghosts and spies to contend with, at least we have some real science fiction and cool supernatural shows to sink our teeth into.
The CW has decided they want more Supernatural and Nikita. The network has brought the episode order for both series from 22 to 23 episodes for the new fall season. Two additional episodes of Gossip Girl and 90210 have also been ordered for their seasons, bringing their orders up from 22 to 24.
The big five networks have announced their fall TV schedules and so we've put together a list of the sci-fi, fantasy, weird mystery shows that might be sci-fi and spy-fi shows. We also threw in a couple of cable shows, just because we had premiere info.
There were no big surprises as the CW announced its new fall 2011-2012 television schedule this morning, adding the new witch drama The Secret Circle to Thursdays before The Vampire Diaries and moving Nikita to Fridays before Supernatural.
It's a big week for Stargate and Smallville fans as Stargate Universe and the CW's Superman prequel end their runs. After 14 years of Stargate and 10 years of Smallville, television is not going to be the same without them. This week, we'll also get season finales for The Vampire Diaries and Nikita.
Good news, Supernatural and Vampire Diaries fans. Today the CW announced early pickups for Diaries, Supernatural and three other series for the 2011-2012 television season.