There are plenty of marathons to ensure that you don't have to leave your couch for 72 hours.
Find out who got Castle's prime spot!
Tim Allen's comedy will be back, and Minnie Driver joins the ABC family.
ABC stacks its premiere week with returning favorites, while Ed Westwick's new drama brings up the rear.
FBI drama Quantico finds a solid partner, and Dr. Ken takes on Friday nights.
Agent Carter, Galavant, and American Crime will also be back.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
Plus: S.H.I.E.L.D. moves to 9pm and The Goldbergs moves to Wednesdays.
Tim Allen gets a fourth season!
Plus: Two and a Half Men finds its lesbian daughter, Fox is starting WWIII, and Jordana Spiro joins FX's Tyrant.
The Alphabet mostly sticks with Premiere Week, with some stragglers in October.
Get an early look at Resurrection, Super Fun Night, Back in the Game, and more.
Some days still look familiar, others get the wrecking ball; Suburgatory is not on the schedule yet.
Grey's Anatomy, Castle, and Suburgatory will also be back; Body of Proof, not so much.
Plus: Casting news for the ginger from Harry Potter, Minnie Driver, Jason Isaacs, Dean Norris, AND Jonathan Taylor Thomas!
Plus: A Home Improvement reunion on Last Man Standing, MacGyver is headed to Apt. 23, and Fox adapts a telenova.
Plus: More scripts for some ABC comedies, Girls might already be filming Season 3, and more pathetic stunt casting for 90210!
Modern Family! A dancing show! That new one with the guy from Lost! We now know when these shows and others will come back or debut.