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2014 Broadcast / Cable Midseason Premiere Dates For New & Returning TV Series


Broadcast, Cable Midseason Premiere Dates For New, Returning TV Series. The broadcast and cable TV show mid-season premiere dates for 2014 concern series on PBS, ABC, CBS, FX, TBS, USA, NBC, Cinemax, Showtime, HBO, Syfy, Lifetime, Comedy Central, Netflix, The CW, TNT, and others.

The 2014 mid-season broadcast and cable premiere dates:

January 5:
Downton Abbey (PBS, Season 4 premiere)

January 6:

The Bachelor (ABC, season premiere)

January 7:
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, Season 4B premiere)
Intelligence (CBS, series premiere; regular slot debut at 10 PM Monday, January 7)
Ravenswood (ABC Family, Season 1B premiere)
Justified (FX, Season 5 premiere)
Killer Women (ABC, series premiere)
Cougar Town (TBS, Season 5 premiere)

January 8:
Psych (USA, Season 8 premiere)
Chicago PD (NBC, series premiere)

January 9:
The Spoils of Babylon (IFC, limited series premiere)

January 10:
Enlisted (Fox, series premiere)
Banshee (Cinemax, Season 2 premiere)

January 12:
Shameless (Showtime, Season 4 premiere)
True Detective (HBO, series premiere)
Girls (HBO Season 3 premiere)
House of Lies (Showtime, Season 3 premiere)
Episodes (Showtime, Season 3 premiere)

January 13:
Lost Girl (Syfy, Season 4 premiere)
Switched at Birth (ABC Family, Season 3 premiere)
Being Human (Syfy, series premiere)
The Fosters (ABC Family, Season 1B premiere)
Bitten (Syfy, series premiere)
Archer (FX, Season 5 premiere)
Chozen (FX, series premiere)

January 14:
Face Off (Syfy, Season 6 premiere)

January 15:
American Idol (Fox, Season 13 premiere)
Melissa & Joey (ABC Family, Season 3B premiere)
Suburgatory (ABC, Season 3 premiere)
Baby Daddy (ABC Family, Season 3 premiere)
Men at Work (TBS, Season 3 premiere)
Jim Rome (Showtime, Season 3 premiere)

January 16:
Under the Gunn (Lifetime, series premiere)

January 17:
Cold Justice (TNT, Season 2 premiere)

January 19:
The Following (Fox, Season 2 premiere; regular slot debut at 9 PM Monday, January 27)
Sherlock (PBS, Season 3 premiere)
Looking (HBO, series premiere)

January 20:
Hollywood Game Night (NBC, Season 2 non-holiday premiere)
Klondike (Discovery, limited-series premiere)

January 22:
Workaholics (Comedy Central, Season 4 premiere)

January 23:
Rake (Fox, series premiere)
King of the Nerds (TBS, Season 2 premiere)

January 25:
Black Sails (Starz, series premiere)

February 9:
The Walking Dead (AMC, Season 4B premiere)

February 11:
Twisted (ABC Family, Season 1B premiere)

February 14:
House of Cards (Netflix, Season 2 premiere)

February 17:
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC, premiere)
Star Crossed (The CW, series premiere)

February 24:
The Voice (NBC, Cycle 6 premiere)
Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC, premiere)
Dallas (TNT, Season 3 premiere)

February 25:
Rizzoli & Isles (TNT, winter premiere)
Perception (TNT, winter premiere)

February 26:
The Americans (FX, Season 2 premiere)
Mixology (ABC, series premiere)

February 27:
Vikings (History, Season 2 premiere)
Portlandia (IFC, Season 4  premiere)
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, returns from hiatus)
Scandal (ABC, returns from hiatus)

February 28:
Hannibal (NBC, Season 2 premiere)

March 3:
Bates Motel (A&E, Season 2 premiere)

March 6:
Once Upon a Time In Wonderland (ABC, returns from hiatus)

March 9:
Resurrection (ABC, series premiere)
Once Upon a Time (ABC, returns from hiatus)
Revenge (ABC, returns from hiatus)

March 11:
Mind Games (ABC, series premiere)

March 19:
The 100 (The CW, series premiere)

March 31:
Friends With Better Lives (CBS, series premiere; regular slot debut at  8:30 PM Monday, April 7)
Call The Midwife, Mr. Selfridge (PBS, Season 2 premiere)

April 19:
Orphan Black (BBC America, Season 2 premiere)

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Source: Deadline

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