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The CW announces fall 2021 premiere dates

by Sean P. Aune | June 16, 2021June 16, 2021 8:30 am EDT

The 2020/2021 TV season isn’t fully over as of yet, and it’s already time to look ahead to the fall 2021 premieres.

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Thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, shows were severely delayed going into the current seasons. The networks are now having to work to get them lined back up correctly and that is going to lead to some odd start dates.

The CW has announced its Fall 2021 premiere dates, and it looks as though October is going to be the big kickoff for the network this season.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1

  • 8 pm Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Season premiere)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2

  • 8 pm iHeartRadio Music Festival (Night 1)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3

  • 8 pm iHeartRadio Music Festival (Night 2)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8

  • 9 pm Nancy Drew (Season premiere)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9

  • 8 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Season premiere, 2 episodes)
  • 9 pm World’s Funniest Animals (Season premiere, 2 episodes)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10

  • 8 pm Legends of the Hidden Temple (Series premiere)
  • 9 pm Killer Camp (U.S. version premiere)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14

  • 9 pm Legacies (Season premiere)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21

  • 8 pm Coroner Season 3 finale

MONDAY, OCTOBER 25

  • 8 pm All American (Season premiere)
  • 9 pm 4400 (Series premiere)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28

  • 8 pm Walker (Season premiere)

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16

  • 8 pm The Flash (Season premiere)
  • 9 pm Riverdale (Season premiere)

Don’t forget, Stargirl season 2 kicks off in Aug., so we won’t be totally without DC content.


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Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing