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The CW Pushes Shows' Fall Premiere Dates to October

June 29, 2012 (3:21 am) GMT
'Supernatural' and 'The Vampire Diaries' will return with new season on October 3 and 11 respectively, while the final chapter of 'Gossip Girl' is likely to run ten straight weeks starting October 8.
The CW Pushes Shows' Fall Premiere Dates to October

The CW has announced 2012 fall premiere dates of its primetime series. The network will keep the shows until October, later than the official September 24 start date, with "" kicking off the line-up on Tuesday, October 2.

The new season of "" will debut the next day, while the final season of "" will premiere Monday, October 8. The highly anticipated fourth season of "" will launch Thursday, October 11 at 8 P.M., with freshman "" following it an hour later.

Other new shows "" and "" will start gracing the small screen on Wednesday, October 10 and Tuesday, October 16 respectively. "" rounds up the line-up, being slated to return with the third season on Friday, October 19.

With such later start dates, these shows are expected to run without many hiatus weeks. The last chapter of "Gossip Girl" is likely going to run ten weeks straight, possibly only taking a break in Thanksgiving week.

Tuesday, October 2
8:00 P.M.: ""

Wednesday, October 3
9:00 P.M.: ""

Monday, October 8
8:00 P.M.: ""
9:00 P.M.: ""

Wednesday, October 10
8:00 P.M.: ""

Thursday, October 11
8:00 P.M.: ""
9:00 P.M.: ""

Tuesday, October 16
9:00 P.M.: ""

Friday, October 19
9:00 P.M.: ""

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