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Lest you think that the introduction of Queen Elsa (Fringe’s Georgina Haig), Anna et al is mere Disney/ABC synergy, series cocreator Adam Horowitz makes clear that where Emma and her fellow Storybrookers “found themselves coming out of Season 3 is incredibly relevant to what the Frozen story is. There are things about Anna and Elsa that resonate within our own characters.” (But wait, wasn’t almost everyone happy when last we tuned in? “That’s what the premiere is for,” taunts Eddy Kitsis.) All told, Season 4’s theme is “Never give up on the people you love” — a notion that perhaps has particular significance for Regina, whose nascent romance with Robin Hood is detoured by Marian’s “resurrection.” Says Kitsis, “It’s going to be complicated and messy, but we hope it’s a hot mess.” Elsewhere, “past history” will test Emma and Hook’s own new relationship, an early episode delves into Belle’s pre-Rumple life and mild-mannered Mary Margaret is going to be presented with “much more responsibility” than just new motherhood.
BONUS SPOILER | Speaking of the Frozen contingent, Kitsis teases, “Somebody [in Storybrooke] will be unhappy to see them, and somebody will be thrilled to see them.”
RETURN DATE | Sunday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c (ABC)
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fyesthesavior:

Lest you think that the introduction of Queen Elsa (Fringe’s Georgina Haig), Anna et al is mere Disney/ABC synergy, series cocreator Adam Horowitz makes clear that where Emma and her fellow Storybrookers “found themselves coming out of Season 3 is incredibly relevant to what the Frozen story is. There are things about Anna and Elsa that resonate within our own characters.” (But wait, wasn’t almost everyone happy when last we tuned in? “That’s what the premiere is for,” taunts Eddy Kitsis.) All told, Season 4’s theme is “Never give up on the people you love” — a notion that perhaps has particular significance for Regina, whose nascent romance with Robin Hood is detoured by Marian’s “resurrection.” Says Kitsis, “It’s going to be complicated and messy, but we hope it’s a hot mess.” Elsewhere, “past history” will test Emma and Hook’s own new relationship, an early episode delves into Belle’s pre-Rumple life and mild-mannered Mary Margaret is going to be presented with “much more responsibility” than just new motherhood.

BONUS SPOILER | Speaking of the Frozen contingent, Kitsis teases, “Somebody [in Storybrooke] will be unhappy to see them, and somebody will be thrilled to see them.”

RETURN DATE | Sunday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c (ABC)

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September Premiere Calendar
Tuesday, September 3 10/9c: The League (Season 6 Premiere), FXX
Sunday, September 7 8/7c: Utopia (Series Premiere) Fox 9/8c: Boardwalk Empire (Final Season Premiere), HBO
Tuesday, September 9 10/9c: Sons of Anarchy (Final Season Premiere), FX
Wednesday, September 10 8/7c Hell’s Kitchen (Season 13 Premiere), Fox
Thursday, September 11 8/7c: The Biggest Loser (Season 16 Premiere), NBC
Monday, September 15 8/7c: Dancing with the Stars (Season 18 Premiere), ABC
Tuesday, September 16 9/8c: New Girl (Season 4 Premiere), Fox 9:30/8:30c: The Mindy Project (Season 3 Premiere), Fox
Tuesday, September 16 9/8c: Red Band Society (Series Premiere), Fox
Sunday, September 21 8/7c.: Madam Secretary (Series Premiere), CBS 9/8c: The Good Wife (Season 6 Premiere), CBS
Monday, September 22 8/7c: The Voice (Season 7 Premiere), NBC 8/7c: The Big Bang Theory (Season 8 Premiere), CBS 8/7c: Gotham (New Series), 9/8c: Scorpion (New Series), CBS 9/8c: Sleepy Hollow (Season 2 Premiere), Fox 10/9c: The Blacklist (Season 2 Premiere), NBC 10/9c: Under the Dome finale, CBS 10/9c: Forever sneak peek (New Series), ABC
Tuesday, September 23 8/7c: NCIS (Season 12 Premiere), CBS 9/8c: NCIS: New Orleans (New Series), CBS 9/8c: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 2 Premiere), ABC 10/9c: Chicago Fire (Season 3 Premiere), NBC 10/9c: Person of Interest (Season 4 Premiere), CBS
Wednesday, September 24 8/7c:  Mysteries of Laura (New Series), NBC 8/7c: Survivor (Season 29 Premiere), CBS 8/7c: The Middle (Season 6 Premiere), ABC 8:30/7:30c: The Goldbergs (Season 2 Premiere), ABC 9/8c: Law & Order: SVU (Season 16 Premiere), NBC 9/8c: Extant finale (CBS) 9/8c: Modern Family (Season 6 Premiere), ABC 9:30/8:30c: Black-ish (New Series), ABC 10/9c: Chicago PD (Season 2 Premiere), NBC 10/9c Nashville (Season 3 Premiere), ABC
Thursday, September 25 8/7c: Bones (Season 10 Premiere), Fox 8/7c: Grey’s Anatomy (Season 11 Premiere), ABC 9/8c.: Scandal (Season 4 Premiere), ABC 10/9c: Parenthood (Final Season Premiere), NBC 10/9c: How to Get Away with Murder (New Series), ABC
Friday, September 26 8/7c: The Amazing Race (Season 25 Premiere), CBS 8/7c: Shark Tank (Season 6 Premiere), ABC 9/8c: Hawaii Five-0 (Season 5 Premiere), CBS 10/9c Blue Bloods (Season 5 Premiere), CBS
Sunday, September 28 8/7c: The Simpsons (Season 26 Premiere), Fox 8/7c: Once Upon a Time (Season 4 Premiere), ABC 8:30/7:30c: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 2 Premiere), Fox 9/8c: Family Guy premiere/The Simpsons crossover episode (Fox) 9/8c: Resurrection (Season 2 Premiere), ABC 10 p.m.: CSI (Season 15 Premiere), CBS 10 p.m.: Revenge (Season 4 Premiere), ABC
Monday, September 29 8:30/7:30c: Mom (Season 2 Premiere), CBS 10/9c NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 6 Premiere), CBS 10/9c: Castle (Season 7 Premiere), ABC

tvfanaticdotcom:

September Premiere Calendar

Tuesday, September 3
10/9c: The League (Season 6 Premiere), FXX

Sunday, September 7
8/7c: Utopia (Series Premiere) Fox
9/8c: Boardwalk Empire (Final Season Premiere), HBO

Tuesday, September 9
10/9c: Sons of Anarchy (Final Season Premiere), FX

Wednesday, September 10
8/7c Hell’s Kitchen (Season 13 Premiere), Fox

Thursday, September 11
8/7c: The Biggest Loser (Season 16 Premiere), NBC

Monday, September 15
8/7c: Dancing with the Stars (Season 18 Premiere), ABC

Tuesday, September 16
9/8c: New Girl (Season 4 Premiere), Fox
9:30/8:30c: The Mindy Project (Season 3 Premiere), Fox

Tuesday, September 16
9/8c: Red Band Society (Series Premiere), Fox

Sunday, September 21
8/7c.: Madam Secretary (Series Premiere), CBS
9/8c: The Good Wife (Season 6 Premiere), CBS

Monday, September 22
8/7c: The Voice (Season 7 Premiere), NBC
8/7c: The Big Bang Theory (Season 8 Premiere), CBS
8/7c: Gotham (New Series),
9/8c: Scorpion (New Series), CBS
9/8c: Sleepy Hollow (Season 2 Premiere), Fox
10/9c: The Blacklist (Season 2 Premiere), NBC
10/9c: Under the Dome finale, CBS
10/9c: Forever sneak peek (New Series), ABC

Tuesday, September 23
8/7c: NCIS (Season 12 Premiere), CBS
9/8c: NCIS: New Orleans (New Series), CBS
9/8c: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 2 Premiere), ABC
10/9c: Chicago Fire (Season 3 Premiere), NBC
10/9c: Person of Interest (Season 4 Premiere), CBS

Wednesday, September 24
8/7c:  Mysteries of Laura (New Series), NBC
8/7c: Survivor (Season 29 Premiere), CBS
8/7c: The Middle (Season 6 Premiere), ABC
8:30/7:30c: The Goldbergs (Season 2 Premiere), ABC
9/8c: Law & Order: SVU (Season 16 Premiere), NBC
9/8c: Extant finale (CBS)
9/8c: Modern Family (Season 6 Premiere), ABC
9:30/8:30c: Black-ish (New Series), ABC
10/9c: Chicago PD (Season 2 Premiere), NBC
10/9c Nashville (Season 3 Premiere), ABC

Thursday, September 25
8/7c: Bones (Season 10 Premiere), Fox
8/7c: Grey’s Anatomy (Season 11 Premiere), ABC
9/8c.: Scandal (Season 4 Premiere), ABC
10/9c: Parenthood (Final Season Premiere), NBC
10/9c: How to Get Away with Murder (New Series), ABC

Friday, September 26
8/7c: The Amazing Race (Season 25 Premiere), CBS
8/7c: Shark Tank (Season 6 Premiere), ABC
9/8c: Hawaii Five-0 (Season 5 Premiere), CBS
10/9c Blue Bloods (Season 5 Premiere), CBS

Sunday, September 28
8/7c: The Simpsons (Season 26 Premiere), Fox
8/7c: Once Upon a Time (Season 4 Premiere), ABC
8:30/7:30c: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 2 Premiere), Fox
9/8c: Family Guy premiere/The Simpsons crossover episode (Fox)
9/8c: Resurrection (Season 2 Premiere), ABC
10 p.m.: CSI (Season 15 Premiere), CBS
10 p.m.: Revenge (Season 4 Premiere), ABC

Monday, September 29
8:30/7:30c: Mom (Season 2 Premiere), CBS
10/9c NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 6 Premiere), CBS
10/9c: Castle (Season 7 Premiere), ABC

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From TVLine
First things first: How the heck will Ichabod get un-buried and Abbie escape Purgatory — especially now that Henry (aka Jeremy aka the Horseman of War) is galloping around unfettered? “Look, Crane is brilliant,” says EP Mark Goffman. “He’s a very resourceful man and he uses that to his advantage – even six feet underground.” Lt. Mills, however, might have a tougher time returning from the hell realm, especially after Moloch engages in “more trickery… that’s going to be pretty mind-blowing for her.” Mrs. Crane, meanwhile, will use her expertise as a witch and a spy to deal with her headless former beau, who’s still holding her captive. Back at the precinct, Capt. Irving’s replacement, Lena Reyes (Sakina Jaffrey, House of Cards), will evoke very different responses in the Mills sisters… if they survive their end-of-Season 1 travails. “Both Jenny and Abbie have different recollections of Reyes” — who was acquainted with their mother — “and what she did to their family,” he says. Other newbies include Nick Hawley (Hellcats’ Matt Barr), a bounty hunter with eyes for Abbie, and Benjamin Franklin (thirtysomething’s Timothy Busfield), who mentors Crane and eschews clothing — sometimes simultaneously. “We’ll see him early and often and, well, quite a bit, as he’s scantily clad,” Goffman adds, laughing.
BONUS SPOILER | Capt. Irving “does not stay in prison very long,” Goffman teases, but “That doesn’t mean that he’s a free man.”

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From TVLine

First things first: How the heck will Ichabod get un-buried and Abbie escape Purgatory — especially now that Henry (aka Jeremy aka the Horseman of War) is galloping around unfettered? “Look, Crane is brilliant,” says EP Mark Goffman. “He’s a very resourceful man and he uses that to his advantage – even six feet underground.” Lt. Mills, however, might have a tougher time returning from the hell realm, especially after Moloch engages in “more trickery… that’s going to be pretty mind-blowing for her.” Mrs. Crane, meanwhile, will use her expertise as a witch and a spy to deal with her headless former beau, who’s still holding her captive. Back at the precinct, Capt. Irving’s replacement, Lena Reyes (Sakina Jaffrey, House of Cards), will evoke very different responses in the Mills sisters… if they survive their end-of-Season 1 travails. “Both Jenny and Abbie have different recollections of Reyes” — who was acquainted with their mother — “and what she did to their family,” he says. Other newbies include Nick Hawley (Hellcats’ Matt Barr), a bounty hunter with eyes for Abbie, and Benjamin Franklin (thirtysomething’s Timothy Busfield), who mentors Crane and eschews clothing — sometimes simultaneously. “We’ll see him early and often and, well, quite a bit, as he’s scantily clad,” Goffman adds, laughing.

BONUS SPOILER | Capt. Irving “does not stay in prison very long,” Goffman teases, but “That doesn’t mean that he’s a free man.”

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Evil Takes Hold This Fall | SLEEPY HOLLOW | FOX BROADCASTING

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Public notice for those interested;

your-eyes-on-the-sun:

Sons of Anarchy 9/9/14
Big Bang Theory 22/9/14
Sleepy Hollow 22/9/14
Gotham 22/9/14
The Blacklist 22/9/14
Bones 25/9/14
Once Upon a Time 28/9/14
The Vampire Diaries 2/10/14
The Originals 6/10/14
The Flash 7/10/14
Supernatural 7/10/14
American Horror Story 8/10/14
Constantine 24/10/14
Grimm 24/10/14

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Felicity Smoak being the subject of discussion between Detective Lance & the Arrow (as Quentin not so secretely organizes a Felicity stan club).

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