TV: NBC Sets Fall Premiere Schedule

June 2, 2014 | Posted By In Television | 1207 Views

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NBC has announced its official premiere dates for both new and returning shows this fall. Most of the dramas take center stage premiering first in September while the comedies are mostly held for the start of October.

A breakout hit of last season, “The Blacklist” gets the ball rolling with a premiere Monday, September 22nd at 10 pm (following reality competition staple “The Voice”). “Chicago Fire” returns Tuesday, September 23rd in the 10 pm time slot. Wednesday, September 24th, carries the first new show with “The Mysteries of Laura” premiering at 8 pm followed by the return of “Law & Order: SVU” and “Chicago P.D.” Thursday, September 25th, will premiere drama “Parenthood” for its final season.

Thursday, October 2nd premieres two new comedies for the network with Kate Walsh in “Bad Judge” at 9 and “A To Z” at 9:30 pm. Tuesday, October 14th, comedy “Marry Me” starring Casey Wilson will premiere followed by the return of “About A Boy”. Fantasy drama will continue its reign on Fridays, with “Grimm” premiering for a new season October 24th, followed by the series premiere of “Constantine”. Finally on November 17th, Katherine Heigl starring thriller “State of Affairs” will premiere at 10 pm.

See below for the schedule of premiere dates to find out when you can catch your shows. New shows are in uppercase.

Monday, September 22
10:00-11:00: The Blacklist

Tuesday, September 23
10:00-11:00: Chicago Fire

Wednesday, September 24
9:00-10:00: Law & Order: Svu
10:00-11:00: Chicago P.d.

Thursday, September 25
10:00-11:00: Parenthood

Thursday, October 2
9:00-9:30: BAD JUDGE
9:30-10:00: A TO Z

Tuesday, October 14
9:00-9:30: MARRY ME
9:30-10:00: About A Boy

Friday, October 24
9:00-10:00: Grimm
10:00-11:00: CONSTANTINE

Monday, November 17
10:00-11:00: STATE OF AFFAIRS


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