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Your Guide To (The Many, Many) Sci-Fi And Fantasy TV Premieres And Returns In October

By John J. Joex ⋅ Posted on September 29, 2017 at 2:01pm

The Fall season launched in September with over a dozen returns and premieres, but things really kick into gear in October. At current count there are 23 (!) shows returning to the schedule or starting their freshman seasons this month, and that means you have quite a lot of #scifi and #fantasy shows to pick from. Below is a rundown of the October entries and you can see the full Fall schedule here. And be sure to keep up with the latest news and updates with my column This Week In Sci-Fi TV on Fridays (sometimes Saturdays) as well as the renewal / cancellation prospects of your favorite shows with the Sci-Fi TV Status Report on Tuesdays.

October 1st

Ghosted - Series Premiere

Extinct - Series Premiere

The Last Man on Earth - Season 4 Premiere

October 2nd

Lucifer - Season 3 Premiere

The Gifted - Series Premiere

October 3rd

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World - Series Premiere

October 5th

Van Helsing - Season 2 Premiere

Ghost Wars - Series Premiere

October 6th

Once Upon A Time - Season 7 Premiere

Superstition - Series Premiere

October 9th

Supergirl - Season 3 Premiere

October 10th

The Flash - Season 4 Premiere

Legends of Tomorrow - Season 3 Premiere

October 11th

The Shannara Chronicles - Season 2 Premiere

Mr. Robot - Season 3 Premiere

October 12th

Supernatural - Season 13 Premiere

Arrow - Season 6 Premiere

October 13th

The Punisher - Series Premiere

October 14th

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency - Season 2 Premiere

October 16th

Star Wars: Rebels - Season 4 Premiere

October 18th

Freakish - Season 2 Premiere

October 22nd

The Walking Dead - Season 8 Premiere

October 27th

Stranger Things - Season 2 Premiere

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