Sci-fi is finally getting its day on the major networks this Fall. Here’s a breakdown of what’s coming to your tv screen soon.
The new season of “Once Upon A Time” begins Sept. 30 on ABC. This season all the characters know about the curse and who inflicted it upon them. Should make for some interesting situations.
“666 Park Avenue” is a new series starring Vanessa Williams and Terry O’Quinn (Locke from “Lost”) as the owners of a Park Avenue condo complex that offers residents a variety of temptations in a struggle of good vs. evil. Premieres Sept. 30 on ABC.
“Do No Harm” is the latest Jekyll & Hyde series, this one focusing on a neurosurgeon with an evil split personality that can no longer be controlled with drugs. Begins Sept. 14 on NBC.
“Revolution” is NBC’s big sci-fi series by creators J.J. Abrams (“Fringe” and “Lost”) and Eric Kripke (“Supernatural”) based on a world after a mysterious event shuts down all electronics on Earth. “Revolution” premieres Sept. 17.
TUESDAY – nothing specifically sci-fi on the major networks
The CW’s new series “Arrow” is the story of the Green Arrow (not related to Smallville’s version) that premieres Oct. 10.
And a new comedy sci-fi series is coming to ABC. “The Neighbors” is the story of a typical suburban family that moves into a gated community of extraterrestrial invaders.
Of course, The CW’s hit “Supernatural” returns for another season beginning Oct. 3.
Love and monsters rule the night on The CW this fall as season four of “The Vampire Diaries” returns to The CW on Oct. 11. It will be followed by the new series “Beauty and The Beast” starring Smallville’s Kristin Kreuk in this reboot of the 1980s fantasy-romance series.
On Sept. 27 be sure to catch the premiere of the new CBS series “Elementary” starring Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu as Dr. Watson.
FOX will offer a double-header on Friday’s beginning with season two of “Touch” (begins Oct. 26) followed by the ever popular series “Fringe” (premiere Sept. 28).
“Grimm” will continue season two in its Friday night timeslot on NBC.
SATURDAY – again, no sci-fi on major networks-but don’t overlook Doctor Who on BBCA.
Hope this list gets you geared up for Fall TV.