How the Comic Television Schedule is Shaping Up so Far

old-televisionWith numerous television shows based on comic books being announced for the 2014/2015 season, we’re starting to find out when the shows will be wining up on the schedule. I’ll say, there’s at least one shock for me, and that’s The CW not pairing up Arrow with The Flash.

Well, here’s what you’ll be watching this fall!

Monday

Gotham – 8pm – FOX – The series focusing on a young Jim Gordon and Gotham before the masks is one of my most anticipated shows of any debuting. Based on DC’s Batman. (NEW)

Tuesday

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – 9pm – ABC – The series returns for a second season, staying on Tuesday nights, but moving forward an hour. We’ll see if the Marvel television series can build off its momentum.

The Flash – 8pm – The CW – Really, this wasn’t paired with Arrow!? Based on the DC Comics iconic character (NEW)

Wednesday

Arrow – 8pm – The CW – The series stays on Wednesdays at the 8pm slot for its third season. Based on the DC Comics character.

Friday

Constantine – 10pm – NBC – An interesting pairing of show and network, the series follows Grimm, a decent pairing of shows. Based on the comic series Hellblazer published by DC Comics imprint Vertigo. (NEW)

Sunday

The Walking Dead – 9pm – AMC – I’m assuming The Walking Dead is remaining at this time slot and on this day.

It has also been announced that Agent Carter, a new show on ABC, will fill in the slot when Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has its fall finale and before the S.H.I.E.L.D. winter premiere. It’ll act as a bridge series, and connect with it and the greater Marvel cinematic universe. The CW has also announced that iZombie will be a midseason premiere as well, but we don’t know the day or time. That series is also based on a Vertigo series.

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