NBC's current offerings may be starting to go on hiatus before the festive period, but at least we know when can expect them to return.
The peacock network today unveiled its January schedule, and it includes the Season 2 premiere of Taken which was pushed back from its fall launch earlier this year.
The network wanted to revamp the series ahead of its return, and that included refocusing the series on Bryan Mills and his very special set of skills. With the help of former Person of Interest showrunner Greg Plageman, it's looking good!
It will be paired with Blindspot on Friday nights.
Blindspot is performing decently on Friday nights, so it should be interesting to see how Taken holds up when it eventually debuts on January 12.
The Brave will return January 1 to unspool the rest of its freshman season.
It's unclear whether the network will be giving the series a back order, but considering the soft ratings, it would not be surprising if they let it go in order to have a new show to pair with The Voice in February/March.
As previously reported, Chicago Med will return to Tuesday nights to replace Law & Order: True Crime: The Menendez Brothers.
It actually debuts November 21, and it's not clear at this stage whether it will be taking some time off at over Christmas.
All told, have a look at the full list of January premieres below.
MONDAY, JAN. 1
10 pm The Brave
TUESDAY, JAN. 2
9 pm This Is Us
10 pm Chicago Med
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3
8 pm The Blacklist
9 pm Law & Order: SVU
10 pm Chicago P.D.
THURSDAY, JAN. 4
8 pm Superstore
8:30 pm The Good Place
9 pm Will & Grace
9:30 pm Great News
10 pm Chicago Fire
FRIDAY, JAN. 12
8 pm Blindspot
9 pm Taken
10 pm Dateline
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