NBC is the second broadcast network to announce premiere dates for its fall schedule.
The Voice will kick things off on Monday, September 23, leading into new Jimmy Smits legal drama, Bluff City Law.
The veteran singing competition is not the draw it once was, so Bluff City Law will probably be counting on the Jimmy Smits fans tuning in.
This Is Us and New Amsterdam will return to the air Tuesday, September 24.
#OneChicago, which was a huge success for the Peacock network during the 2018-19 TV season will be back in session from Wednesday, September 25.
The Good Place will return for its fourth and final season Thursday, September 26. That night also marks the premieres of new comedies Perfect Harmony and Sunnyside.
The Blacklist is premiering later, with Friday, October 4 announced as the premiere date for the show's seventh season.
All told, have a look at the rollout plans below.
MONDAY, SEPT. 23
8 pm The Voice
10 pm BLUFF CITY LAW
TUESDAY, SEPT. 24
8 pm The Voice
9 pm This Is Us
10 pm New Amsterdam
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25
8 pm Chicago Med
9 pm Chicago Fire
10 pm Chicago P.D.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 26
8 pm Superstore
8:30 pm PERFECT HARMONY
9 pm The Good Place
9:30 pm SUNNYSIDE
10 pm Law & Order: SVU
FRIDAY, SEPT. 27
9 pm Dateline NBC
FRIDAY, OCT. 4
8 pm The Blacklist
America’s Got Talent: Champions, Ellen’s Game of Games, Little Big Shots, World of Dance, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Will & Grace, INDEBTED, THE KENAN SHOW, Manifest, Good Girls, Blindspot, COUNCIL OF DADS, ZOEY’S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST, and LINCOLN are all on tap for midseason.
Abby’s, A.P. Bio, The Enemy Within, I Feel Bad, Marlon, Reverie, Timeless, Trial & Error, and The Village were all previously canceled.
The fate of The Inbetween is expected to be revealed later this summer, but the show has been performing well for the summer.
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