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
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.