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Blindspot Season 2 Premiere Date

NBC Fall Premiere Dates: Chicago Fire's October Start, Blindspot's Wednesday Relaunch and Others

NBC this year is the first broadcaster out of the gate with their Fall TV premiere plan, and it kicks off on Sept. 14 with Blindspot‘s Season 2 opener leading out of the America’s Got Talent finale. Chicago Fire meanwhile will bring up the rear, not launching Season 5 until mid-October.

Also of note, the new Kristen Bell/Ted Danson comedy The Good Place is getting a very good showcase — airing a sneak preview after The Voice’s Season 11 opener before moving to its regular Thursday home — while the buzzy drama This Is Us will start off airing Tuesdays at 10 (after The Voice), before settling into its regular 9 o’clock slot.

All told, the Peacock’s fall schedule looks like this; new shows in CAPS. Grimm‘s premiere timetable has not yet been announced.

Thursday, Sept. 8
8:30 pm Sunday Night Football

Sunday, Sept 11
8:30 pm Sunday Night Football (time slot premiere)

Wednesday, Sept. 14
8 pm America’s Got Talent season finale (two hours)
10 pm Blindspot

Monday, Sept. 19
8 pm The Voice
10 pm THE GOOD PLACE (preview, two episodes)

Tuesday, Sept. 20
8 pm The Voice
10 pm THIS IS US

Wednesday, Sept. 21
8 pm Blindspot (time slot premiere)
9 pm Law & Order: SVU
10 pm Chicago P.D.

Thursday, Sept. 22
8 pm Superstore
8:30 THE GOOD PLACE (time slot premiere)
9 pm Chicago Med
10 pm The Blacklist

Friday, Sept. 23
8 pm Caught On Camera With Nick Cannon
9 pm Dateline

Monday, Oct. 3
10 pm TIMELESS (read our First Impression)

Tuesday Oct. 11
9 pm THIS IS US (time slot premiere)
10 pm Chicago Fire

On tap for midseason or later: The Blacklist: Redemption, The Carmichael Show, Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Justice, Emerald City, Great News, Marlon, Midnight Texas, Powerless, Shades of Blue, Taken and Trial & Error.