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With a new month comes new season premieres. September was the big month for new series and seasons to start, but while October has less premieres, there are still some good shows to look out for. Here’s a look at the TV shows starting up in October.
Week 1: Sept. 30-Oct. 6
30 Rock (Thurs., Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. on NBC)
-Each season, Liz Lemon and Jack Donaghy find new ways to be even more ridiculous than before. There’s no telling what the mind of Tina Fey will come up with next.
Week 2: Oct. 7-13
The Vampire Diaries (Thurs., Oct. 11 on CW)
-It seems as if this new season will retain the same elements that made it popular. There will be sexy vampires, there will be drama and there will be blood.
Week 3: Oct. 14-20
The Walking Dead (Sun., Oct. 14 on AMC)
-Walking Dead fans are craving more violence and more conflict like in the first season. They’re also anticipating the arrival of Michonne who was introduced earlier in the graphic novels and leads zombies around on chains. Now that’s badass.
Week 4: Oct. 21-27
Touch (Fri., Oct. 26 on Fox)
-This show is about a father (Kiefer Sutherland) and his emotionally distant son. His son has a special gift where he can see patterns that connect every life on the planet. It’s the circle of life!
Week 5: Oct. 28-Nov. 2
Last Man Standing (Fri., Nov. 2 on ABC)
-Tim Allen’s new sitcom involves a family that has to adjust to changing parental roles. The mom is going off to work, and the dad has to spend more time at home with the children.
For more premieres this month, check out the TV Guide premiere calendar.
What show are you looking forward to watching?
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