Fall TV premieres are winding down, but we still have a couple of stragglers.
On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Mikaelson family is making a permanent move to take over the 8 p.m. ET time slot on CW for the “Vampire Diaries” spinoff series, “The Originals.” The fun will continue on the CW when the network welcomes back its longrunning series, “Supernatural,” at 9 p.m.
Read on to find out what will happen on your favorite CW shows tonight:
“The Originals” (8 p.m. on The CW)
“The Originals,” the spinoff series of “The Vampire Diaries,” premiered on Thursday, Oct. 3, but it will air its permanent time-slot premiere on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
In episode 2, “House of the Rising Son,” Rebekah will hightail it to New Orleans to face her two brothers. While in town, she’ll meet Hayley, “who gives her some unexpected news.”
Worried about her family, Rebekah will look for help from witch Sophie. But Hayley has her plan that “quickly takes a dangerous turn."
Meanwhile, Marcel will remind Rebekah of all the horrible things that Klaus has done, and turn to Davina to “help in his own dangerous plan.”
[Missed the series premiere of “The Originals”? Click HERE to read our recap.]
“Supernatural” (9 p.m. on The CW)
In the season 9 premiere, “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here,” Sam collapses and sends Dean into a frantic panic. Things only get worse when the doctor tells Dean that his brother isn't going to make it.
Not ready to say goodbye to Sam, Dean “sends out an all-points bulletin via prayer to every angel in the area.” Dean promises that he’ll owe a favor to whatever angel helps his brother, but his prayer may have only brought up more trouble.
“Numerous angry angels race to find and kill Dead,” teases the CW synopsis for “Supernatural.” One angel named Ezekiel will get to Dean first.
Sam will be forced to fight for his life, “and must face some familiar demons to do so.”
Don’t watch the CW? No worries! At 9 p.m. ET you can watch new episodes of CBS' “NCIS: Los Angeles,” ABC's “The Goldbergs” and Fox's “New Girl".
At 10 p.m. ET, catch new episodes of “Sons of Anarchy” on FX, “Person Of Interest” on CBS and “Chicago Fire” on NBC.