CTV confirmed today its fall premiere dates for CTV and CTV Two, and along with returning faves like The Flash, there’s also a handful of new series that are sure to create major buzz.
After a hit 2014/2015 season, which saw six of the Top 6 new series on CTV, four new, powerful dramas arrive in primetime to continue to strengthen CTV’s schedule. They include the action-packed mystery-thriller Blindspot, airing Mondays at 9pm beginning September 21st; explosive strike-it-rich family drama Blood & Oil and the not-to-be-missed time-shifting conspiracy drama Quantico, airing Sundays at 9pm and 10pm respectively beginning September 27th; and adrenaline-driven hospital drama Code Black, airing Wednesdays at 10pm beginning September 30th.
Fall also sees the return of last season’s top new series – Gotham will see the addition of some new villains when it returns Mondays at 8pm beginning September 21st, and it’s back to class with How To Get Away With Murder, airing Thursdays at 10pm beginning September 24th. On Tuesday, October 6th Canada’s #1 new series of 2014/2015, The Flash, returns at 8pm followed by CSI: Cyber at 10pm.
September also ushers in a steady stream of returning fan favourite and Top 20 hits including The Big Bang Theory and Castle (Sept. 21), Grey’s Anatomy (Sept. 24), Once Upon A Time (Sept. 27), MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. (Sept. 29), Criminal Minds (Sept. 30), and Arrow (Oct. 7). Following an emotional and unforgettable Season 3 finale, CTV’s hit original drama Saving Hope returns for Season 4 following Grey’s Anatomy Thursdays at 9pm beginning September 24th.
New series also add to the strength of the CTV Two fall lineup, with the live, anything-can-happen variety series Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris. The series is set to premiere on CTV Tuesday, September 15th at 10pm, and will later move to CTV Two to anchor its Tuesday night lineup.
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