NBC is making some big changes in 2019.
With a string of shows waiting in the wings to premiere, the network has announced when we can expect most of them to hit the air, and what it means for some of the current shows on the schedule.
On Mondays, The Enemy Within will step into Manifest's 10/9c slot. The latter will run for 16 episodes, and The Enemy Within will take over effective February 25.
That slot has been notoriously used to boost new shows thanks to The Voice. Speaking of The Voice, the series will run for six weeks less on Tuesdays.
Yes, NBC is finally scaling the show back, and it might be a good idea. The most recent season was bursting at the seams with filler.
World of Dance Season 3 gets underway February 26 before moving to Sundays for the rest of its run. Good Girls will air out of World of Dance on Sundays effective March 3.
NBC's latest attempt to capitalize on the success of This Is Us is The Village, and the new drama will air out of This Is Us for three weeks from March 12.
However, it will move one hour earlier to replace This Is Us when the former closes up shop for the season.
Alas, have a look at the latest premiere dates from the Peacock network.
Monday, Feb. 25
8 p.m.: The Voice
10 p.m.: The Enemy Within
Tuesday, Feb. 26
9 p.m.: World of Dance (two hours)
Sunday, March 3
8 p.m.: World of Dance (time period premiere)
10 p.m.: Good Girls
Thursday, March 7
8 p.m.: Superstore
8:30 p.m.: AP Bio
Tuesday, March 12
10 p.m.: The Village
Tuesday, April 2
9 p.m.: The Village (time period premiere)
NBC previously confirmed The Blacklist and Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return January 3 and January 10, respectively.
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