NBC is the first major broadcaster to announce when fans can expect their favorite shows to be airing during the 2018-2019 season.
The biggest omission is Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which NBC saved just days after Fox swung the ax on it. While it never made the cut for the fall schedule, it will return to the schedule in 2019.
Meanwhile, Chicago Med and Fire will join Chicago PD on Wednesday nights. Yes, fans will be able to watch the Chicago trifecta back-to-back on one night.
While it may seem like overkill, the shows have proven to have loyal fanbases that will follow them anywhere on the schedule.
In addition, it will be great for marketing purposes when all three shows cross over.
Law & Order: SVU is on the move to Thursday nights to replace the freshly relocated Chicago Med.
New comedy half hour, I Feel Bad joins the network's funny comedy line-up.
Midnight Texas will join Blindspot on Fridays, and The Blacklist will take over for the former in 2019. Oh yes, The Blacklist is also being held for Winter.
Also on tap for midseason: A.P. Bio, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Blacklist, Good Girls (relocating to Sundays after football ends), World of Dance, Ellen’s Game of Games, AMERICA’S GOT TALENT: THE CHAMPIONS, THE TITAN GAMES, ABBY’S, THE ENEMY WITHIN, THE VILLAGE and THE INBETWEEN.
A decision on the fate of Timeless has still not been announced, while Champions is not expected to return.
All told, have a look at the full schedule below.
8 pm The Voice
10 pm MANIFEST
8 pm The Voice
9 pm This Is Us
10 pm NEW AMSTERDAM
8 pm Chicago Med (new time slot)
9 pm Chicago Fire (new time slot)
10 pm Chicago P.D.
8 pm Superstore
8:30 pm The Good Place
9 pm Will & Grace
9:30 pm I FEEL BAD
10 pm Law & Order: SVU (new time slot)
8 pm Blindspot
9 pm Midnight Texas (new time slot)
10 pm Dateline NBC
8 pm Dateline Saturday Night Mystery
10 pm Saturday Night Live (encore)
11:30 pm Saturday Night Live
7 pm Football Night in American
8:20 pm Sunday Night Football
What are your thoughts on this schedule, TV Fanatics? Are you looking forward to the midseason shows, or the fall shows the most?
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