It's time to break out your fall TV calendars!
With upfronts officially kicking off tomorrow, NBC has unveiled their schedule for the fall and there are definitely some changes sure to raise an eyebrow or drop a jaw, including Revolution and Parenthood's new timeslots and the absence of Community (which was renewed for a fifth season). Plus, several buzzworthy new shows are being held for midseason (You can thank football and the Olympics for that).
So when is your favorite show airing? And when can you check out the network's new shows? Find out...
(Note: Shows in bold represent NBC's new series)
8 p.m.: The Voice
10 p.m.: The Blacklist
8 p.m.: The Biggest Loser
9 p.m.: The Voice
10 p.m.: Chicago Fire
8 p.m.: Revolution
9 p.m.: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
10 p.m.: Ironside
8 p.m.: Parks and Recreation
8:30 p.m.: Welcome to the Family
9 p.m.: Sean Saves the World
9:30 p.m.: The Michael J. Fox Show
10 p.m.: Parenthood
8 p.m.: Dateline NBC
9 p.m.: Grimm
10 p.m.: Dracula
Midseason: J.J. Abrams' Believe and Dermot Mulroney's Crisis will air on Sundays beginning in February, while new comedies About a Boy and The Family Guide will air Tuesdays at 9 and 9:30 p.m., respectively, with The Voice moving to 8 p.m. Crossbones, with John Malkovich as the infamous pirate Blackbeard, will take over Dracula's Friday night timeslot.
Yet to be scheduled series include Community, Chicago P.D. (the Chicago Fire spinoff), The Night Shift and Undateable, with NBC noting that the latter three, which are all new series, will debut sometime at midseason.
UPDATE: NBC confirms Community will return midseason but is not scheduled yet.
The fate of Hannibal will be decided in the next few weeks.
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