A day before officially introducing its new lineup to fans and advertisers at its Upfront presentation tomorrow, NBC has released its fresh fall schedule.
Of note: The Blacklist moves to Thursdays in February, with Katherine Heigl's State of Affairs taking its spot on Mondays and Kate Walsh leading a new comedy block of what the network hopes marks a return to Must See TV.
Study the 2014-2015 schedule below and set your DVR accordingly (new shows are in UPPER CASE; all times are ET).
- The Blacklist has also earned the network's post-Super Bowl spot and events series coming to NBC, to be scheduled at a later date, include: Emerald City, Aquarius, A.D. and Heroes Reborn.
- NBC also confirmed FINAL 13-episode seasons of Parenthood and Parks and Recreation. The latter will debut in early 2015.
- Midseason replacements not yet scheduled (detailed in above gallery) include Allegiance, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Odyssey and more.