April 2014 TV Premiere Dates: 23 Season And Series Premieres To Watch During The Month Of April

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"Bad Teacher," a new comedy from CBS, will be airing at 9:30 p.m. on April 24.

It may be April Fool’s Day, but these premieres are no joke. While many series on TV are winding down, 23 shows on a wide range of networks are airing their series and season premieres. Check out the list below to find out when you can watch the premiere episodes of some of your old favorites, along with new shows:

Tuesday, April 1

“Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central @ 10:30 p.m. EDT) Season 2 Premiere

According to the official synopsis for the Season 2 premiere: “Amy marries a Black guy, loses a tennis match, and gets herpes.”

Friday, April 4

“Unforgettable” (CBS @ 8 p.m. EDT) Season 2B Premiere

According to the official synopsis: “After a wealthy couple is murdered, Carrie and Al pose as a married couple to lure in the killer, who Al believes is linked to a series of unsolved homicides he once investigated.”

“Continuum” (Syfy @ 10 p.m. EDT) Season 3 Premiere

According to the official synopsis: “Kiera risks everything to try to stop Alec from altering history. But can the mysterious criminal organization she’s allied herself with be trusted?”

Sunday, April 6

“Game of Thrones” (HBO @ 9 p.m. EDT) Season 4 Premiere

According to the official synopsis for “Two Swords”: “Tyrion welcomes a guest to King’s Landing. At Castle Black, Jon Snow finds himself unwelcome. Dany is pointed to Meereen, the mother of all slave cities. Arya runs into an old friend.”

“Turn” (AMC @ 9 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

According to the official synopsis for the pilot: “During the early years of the Revolutionary War, a Long Island farmer is recruited to spy on the British army.”

“Silicon Valley” (HBO @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

According to a synopsis for “Minimum Viable Product”: “Richard and his friends dream of making it big; Richard’s boss offers to buy out his firm; an investor makes a counter-offer.”

“Veep” (HBO @ 10:30 p.m. EDT) Season 3 Premiere

According to a synopsis for “Some New Beginnings”: “Selina courts voters at a book signing in Iowa; Selina and her staff hear a rumor that could impact the next election.”

Friday, April 11

“Kitchen Nightmares” (Fox @ 9 p.m. EDT) Season 6 Premiere

Gordon Ramsey will return to Amy’s Baking Company during the Season 6 premiere. The episode will feature footage previously unseen after his last encounter with the highly talked about restaurant owners, Samy and Amy Bouzaglo.

Sunday, April 13

“Nurse Jackie (SHO @ 9 p.m. EDT) Season 6 Premiere

The series will return with its Season 6 premiere, “Sink or Swim.”

“Californication” (SHO @ 9:30 p.m. EDT) Final Season/ Season 7 Premiere

“Californication” will kick off its seventh and final season with episode 1, “Levon.”

“Mad Men” (AMC @ 10 p.m. EDT) Final Season/ Season 7 Part 1 Premiere

According to an official synopsis: “Don makes a friend; Joan has drinks with a client; Roger receives a phone call; Peggy hears new work.”

“Years of Living Dangerously (SHO @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

Film, TV stars and renowned journalists travel around the globe to tackle hot button topics.

Monday, April 14

“Warehouse 13” (Syfy @ 9 p.m. EDT) Final Season/Season 5 Premiere

According to an official synopsis: “Paracelsus face off inside the Warehouse; Claudia, Steve and Artie discover Paracelsus has turned the Warehouse into a house of horrors.”

Tuesday, April 15

“Fargo” (FX @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

According to an official synopsis: “A rootless, manipulative man meets a small town insurance salesman and sets him on a path of destruction.”

“Celebrity Wife Swap” (ABC @ 10 p.m. EDT) Season 3 Premiere

The Season 3 premiere of “Celebrity Wife Swap” will feature the families of Daniel Baldwin and Jermaine Jackson.

“Awkward” (MTV @ 10 p.m. EDT) Season 4 Premiere

Jenna will encounter even more complications with boys and her friends as she dives into her senior year in the Season 4 premiere of “Awkward.”

Saturday, April 19

“Orphan Black” (BBC America @ 9 p.m. EDT) Season 2 Premiere

According to an official synopsis: Sarah will be “in a desperate race to find her missing daughter Kira” while she goes “head-to-head with her ruthless pro-clone, Rachel.”

Sunday, April 20

“Devious Maids” (Lifetime @ 10 p.m. EDT) Season 2 Premiere

According to an official synopsis: “Marisol finds a new love; Peri tries to keep Rosie and Spence apart; Zoila discovers that Valentina is back from Africa; Carmen and Alejandro settle into their fake relationship; Odessa reaches her limit; Adrian and Evelyn hire a bodyguard.”

“Salem” (WGN America @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

According to an official synopsis: Mary is forced to take some steps to protect herself from being branded as a “fornicator” by the town’s leader after a final night with her love, John. Mary’s actions “set in motion a fate for the small community that is far darker than anything anyone could possibly imagine.”

Monday, April 21

“The Boondocks” (Adult Swim” @ 10:30 p.m. EDT) Final Season Premiere

Huey, Riley and Grandad encounter old and new characters in “uproarious situations.”

Thursday, April 24

“Bad Teacher” (CBS @ 9:30 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

The new CBS sitcom will follow a former trophy wife as she pretends to be a teacher to find a new man after her wealthy husband leaves her.

“Black Box” (ABC @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

A famous neurologist must juggle work and her own secret: She’s bipolar.

Tuesday, April 29

“Playing House” (USA @ 10 p.m. EDT) Series Premiere

Normally a half hour comedy, “Playing House” will air a special hour long premiere on April 29. The series is about two best friends who “come back together just when they need each other the most.”

What TV shows will you be watching this April? Let us know in the comments section or send a tweet to @AmandaTVScoop.

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