The new network TV season is here! While the amount of Austinites on TV in the past has been abundant, this season isn’t quite so plentiful.

There are a few actors with ATX ties who will be appearing the small screen though.

Here are the Austinites on TV you’ll see this Fall, including the premiere date of the show in which they star.

Jensen Ackles

The Supernatural star and his wife aren’t shy on Instagram, sharing pictures of family life here in Austin. They also own Family Business Brewing in Dripping Springs.

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#LakeLife with my girl.

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Supernatural, premieres Thursday, October 18, on the CW.

Cole Allen

The native Austinite appears on the Showtime series Kidding.

Kidding premiered Sunday, September 9, on Showtime.

Austin Amelio

Before he was an actor, Amelio was a sponsored skateboarder and a fixture on the Austin shredding scene. He went on to appear in the Richard Linklater film Everybody Wants Some, as well as the Austin shot Song to Song. Will we see him return to his role as Dwight on The Walking Dead? We’ll have to wait and see once the new season premieres.

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Les do this! 💪

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The Walking Dead premieres Sunday, October 7, on AMC.

Mehcad Brooks

A graduate of Anderson High, Brooks plays James Olsen on Supergirl.

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Olsen 2020

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Supergirl premieres Sunday, October 14, on the CW.

Wallis Currie-Wood

Born and raised in Austin, Currie-Wood studied violin at University of Texas String Project and Austin Chamber Music Academy. She went on to attend Julliard and now stars as Stevie on Madame Secretary.

Madam Secretary premieres Sunday, October 7, on CBS.

Jared Padalecki

Like his Supernatural co-star Jared Ackles, Padalecki and his wife Gen are raising their family in Austin. Padalecki is also part owner of San Jac Saloon on Sixth Street.

Supernatural, premieres Thursday, October 18, on the CW.

That’s it for Austinites on TV this Fall. However, there’s more to come. Here’s who and what to be on the lookout for.

Kyle Chandler stars in Catch-22, the George Clooney directed series to air on Hulu (a premiere date has not yet been released).

Brooklyn Decker play’s Grace’s daughter Mallory on Netflix’s Grace and Frankie (season 5’s release date has not been announced, though we assume it will be sometime in early 2019).

Kirsten Dunst (who gave birth to her first child with Austinite Jesse Plemons in May) stars in On Becoming A God In Central Florida, set to premiere on YouTube Premium in 2019.

Ben McKenzie returns as Jim Gordon on the final season of Gotham, airing on FOX in 2019.

Austin Nichols stars in the mid season CW series, In The Dark.

Nathan Parsons , who graduated from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, stars in Roswell, New Mexico, coming soon to The CW.

And, of course, the city of Austin and the surrounding area star appear on the current season of Fear The Walking Dead. Want to learn more about the filming locations? Click here.