NBC News: Network Finally Announces Their Exciting Fall Premiere Date Lineup, See what Shows Made the Cut
NBC has finally announced their fall lineup, which will premier on their typical launching date between Sept. 23-29, and the network has added some new shows for their audience.
James Spader will star in a new television drama about a criminal who reportedly works with the FBI in order to catch other criminals in The Blacklist. The show is set to launch on Sep. 23 at 10 p.m. on Monday nights.
Audience favorite, The Voice, featuring judges like Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera, will once again make an appearance on the fall NBA lineup. The show will once again air at 8 p.m. right after The Blacklist.
According to USA Today, Chicago Fire will air again as well, on Tuesday Sep. 24 at 10 p.m., along with Revolution, which will air a day later at 8 p.m..
Amy Polher of Parks and Recreation will air on Thursday at Sept. 26, 8 p.m..
USA Today continues by saying that, "The Thursday comedy lineup fleshes out on Oct. 3, with the arrivals of two first-year shows: Welcome to the Family (8:30 p.m.), which looks at how two families react to the surprise pregnancy and marriage of their teenage kids, and Sean Saves the World (9 p.m.), which stars Will & Grace's Hayes as a single father with a teen daughter and opinionated mother."
This will be in addition to the new Dracula series that will start on Friday at 10 p.m. on Oct. 25.