The Big Bang Theory, The Amazing Race, Two and a Half Men and Survivor will all return in September, while new shows such as 2 Broke Girls, How To Be A Gentleman and Person of Interest have also been given premiere dates.
Survivor: South Pacific will be the first to return on Wednesday, September 14 at 8pm.
Monday, September 19 will see a special double episode premiere of the Neil Patrick Harris sitcom How I Met Your Mother at 8pm and 8.30pm, followed by Two and a Half Men at 9pm and the series debut of the Kat Dennings comedy 2 Broke Girls at 9.30pm. Season two of Hawaii Five-0 will also mark its second season debut at 10pm.
Police procedural NCIS will premiere its ninth season at 8pm on Tuesday, September 20, followed by NCIS: Los Angeles at 9pm and the new series Unforgettable at 10pm.
Returning drama Criminal Minds begins on Wednesday, September 21 at 9pm, while CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will air at 10pm.
The Big Bang Theory will air its special one-hour season premiere on Thursday, September 22 at 8pm, followed by JJ Abrams's new crime drama venture Person of Interest at 9pm and the return of The Mentalist at 10pm.
CSI: New York commences its eighth season at 9pm on Friday, September 23 at 9pm, following the series debut of supernatural drama A Gifted Man and before the 10pm premiere of Blue Bloods' second season.
Saturday, September 23 will see the return of sitcom Rules of Engagement at 8pm, followed by a double block of Comedytime Saturday and Crimetime Saturday at 8.30pm and 9pm respectively. News programme 48 Hours Mystery also returns to its 10pm time slot.
60 Minutes commences its 44th season on Sunday, September 24 at 7pm before the 8pm return of reality travel competition The Amazing Race and the third season premiere of Julianna Margulies's The Good Wife at 9pm. Crime procedural CSI: Miami will also air its tenth season beginning at 10pm.
The following week sees 2 Broke Girls move to a permanent timeslot on Monday, September 26 at 8.30pm, followed by the second season premiere of Mike and Molly at 9pm.
How To Be A Gentleman will also make its series debut on Thursday, September 29 at 8.30pm.
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