It’s October, which means fall – and great fall TV – is officially here to stay. We hope you’ve tuned into some of the new series premieres that September brought, and have maybe already found a few new programs to add to your must-watch list. As the weather grows chillier, rest assured that your nights in this month will be filled with a ton more new shows and the return of your old favorites.

In the coming weeks, lots of hits are coming back for another season, including The Blacklist, The Walking Dead, Homeland, and the latest series of American Horror Story: Hotel. We’re also excited about the new series kicking off this month, including ABC’s new comedy Dr. Ken (10/2), NBC’s Truth Be Told (10/16) and CBS’s Supergirl (10/26). Get cozy and enjoy these great additions to your current fall lineup.

In the something extra department, the entire second season of USA’s Satisfaction will be available all at once starting 10/17. And speaking of binge opportunities, season one of E!’s saucy hit The Royals will ready for watching – or re-watching for some of us – on 10/16, in preparation for the season two premiere on 11/15. Likewise, you can check out the premiere of Esquire’s first scripted series, Spotless, a stylish thriller, a full month before its November premiere, starting 10/17.

This month, the MLB playoffs also get underway. If you need an extra screen, you can stream many of those games online or on your favorite devices with the XFINITY TV Go app

TV Events You Don’t Want to Miss

  • On October 3rd, don’t miss the kickoff of Saturday Night Live’s 41st Season! Miley Cyrus will serve as host and musical guest of the sketch comedy show. Relax and enjoy lots of laughs as comedy favorites such as Kenan Thompson and Vanessa Bayer return for another entertaining season.

  • Baseball’s postseason is right around the corner. Be sure to catch the playoff games starting on October 8th and tune into the finale of America’s Pastime as the World Series begins on October 27th.

  • Stay up to date on the 2016 presidential race as the first Democratic debate takes place on October 13th on CNN. Continue to watch the Republican candidates in their fourth debate on October 28th on CNBC.

Water Cooler-Worthy Episodes 

October 1

  • The Blacklist Premiere (NBC)

  • Bones Premiere (FOX)

October 2

  • Dr. Ken Series Premiere (ABC)

October 3

  • Saturday Night Live Premiere (NBC)

October 4

  • The Good Wife Premiere (CBS)

  • Homeland Premiere (Showtime)

  • Fear the Walking Dead finale (AMC)

October 6

  • The Flash Premiere (The CW)

October 7

  • American Horror Story: Hotel Premiere (FX)

  • Arrow Premiere (The CW)

  • Supernatural Premiere (The CW)

October 8

  • The Vampire Diaries Premiere (The CW)

October 11

  • The Walking Dead Premiere (AMC)

October 12

  • Fargo Premiere (FX)

  • Jane the Virgin Premiere (The CW)

October 13

  • Chicago Fire Premiere (NBC)

October 16

  • Truth Be Told Series Premiere (NBC)

  • The Knick Premiere (Cinemax)

October 18

  • Belief Series Premiere (OWN)

October 24

  • Da Vinci’s Demons Premiere (Starz)

October 31

  • Ash vs Evil Dead Series Premiere (Starz)

October 22

  • Pawn Stars Premiere (History)

October 25

  • Oprah’s Master Class Premiere (OWN)

October 26

  • Supergirl Series Premiere (CBS)

October 27

  • Wicked City Premiere (ABC)

October 30

  • Grimm Premiere (NBC)

Bringing Box-Office Hits Home

As always, you can catch a great selection of movies for free on Xfinity On Demand this month. Here are just a few of the notable hits to watch and record this month:

  • No Strings Attached: 10/1 – 10/30

  • Safe Haven: 10/1 – 10/30

  • Sleepless in Seattle: 10/4 – 10/10

  • The Longest Yard: 10/5 – 10/11

  • Fast Five: 10/6 – 10/12

  • The Expendables: 10/7 – 10/13

  • Limitless: 10/10 – 10/16

  • The House Bunny: 10/11 – 10/17

  • Spider-Man: 10/19 – 10/25

  • Zoolander: 10/19 – 10/25

  • Sherlock Holmes: 10/21 – 10/27

  • Now You See Me: 10/22 – 10/28

  • The Hangover: 10/24 – 10/30

  • Jurassic Park: 10/25 – 10/31