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NBC Sets Fall 2023 Premiere Dates

July 19, 2023 by  

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With the ongoing labor dispute impacting the television industry, NBC has tweaked its fall lineup and officially set its fall premiere dates.

Most notably changing is the entirety of the ONE CHICAGO and mini-LAW & ORDER block—with no new episodes in the can, and no timetable for a return to production (the studios have yet to agree to meet with the writers or actors again after their contracts lapsed), the Wolf Entertainment dramas officially will not launch during NBC’s early fall run. (LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME was always set to be a midseason show.)

Additionally, the sophomore season of NIGHT COURT and new comedy EXTENDED FAMILY have been moved off the early fall schedule, and will also air at a TBA date.

In its place, NBC has moved planned midseason shows MAGNUM P.I. and TRANSPLANT to fall. (For MAGNUM, it’ll be the series’ final ten episodes; TRANSPLANT will be season 3, more than a year after season 2 concluded its NBC run.)

The network also shifted a few shows around, moving FOUND to Tuesdays post-THE VOICE, and QUANTUM LEAP to Wednesdays. (THE VOICE’s Tuesday airings will now be two hours, though the first hour will be a recap special.)

Here’s the revised fall lineup and the official premiere dates…

Monday, Sept. 25
8-10 p.m. – The Voice (Original)
10-11 p.m. – The Irrational (Original)

Tuesday, Sept. 26
8-9 p.m. – The Voice (Original)
9-11 p.m. – America’s Got Talent (Performance finale)

Wednesday, Sept. 27
8-9 p.m. – America’s Got Talent (R)
9-11 p.m. – America’s Got Talent (Season finale)

Thursday, Sept. 28
8-10 p.m. – People’s Choice Country Awards
10-11 p.m. – The Irrational (R)

Friday, Sept. 29
9-11 p.m. – Dateline NBC (Original)

Tuesday, Oct. 3

8-10 p.m. – The Voice (Original)
10-11 p.m. – Found (Original)

Wednesday, Oct. 4
8-9 p.m. – Chicago dramas (R)
9-10 p.m. – Quantum Leap (Original)
10-11 p.m. – Magnum, P.I. (Original)

(Update, Tuesday, August 29: NBC has tweaked the air order of its Wednesday shows)
8 p.m. – Quantum Leap
9 p.m. – Magnum P.I.
10 p.m. – Chicago encores

Thursday, Oct. 5
8-9 p.m. – Law & Order dramas (R)
9-10 p.m. – Transplant (Original) (Update, Monday, August 28: TRANSPLANT’s premiere will now debut Thursday, October 12.)
10-11 p.m. – Dateline NBC (Original)

Friday, Nov. 3
8-9 p.m. – The Wall (Original)

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And here’s what to expect from the new shows and specials:


In any given year, more than 600,000 people are reported missing in the U.S. More than half that number are people of color that the country seems to forget about. A public relations specialist, who was once herself one of those forgotten ones, and her crisis management team now make sure there is always someone looking out for the forgotten missing people. But unbeknownst to anyone, this everyday hero is hiding a chilling secret of her own.

The cast includes Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta and Karan Oberoi.

Nkechi Okoro Carroll will write and executive produce. Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Sonay Hoffman, Lindsay Dunn and Leigh Redman also executive produce.

Berlanti Productions and Rock My Soul Productions produces in association with Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.


“The Irrational” follows world-renowned professor of behavioral science Alec Mercer (Jesse L. Martin) as he lends his unique expertise on an array of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement and corporations. His insight and unconventional approach to understanding human behavior lead him and the team on a series of intense, unexpected journeys to solve illogical puzzles and perplexing mysteries. The show is based on best-selling author Dan Ariely’s book, “Predictably Irrational.”

The cast also includes Maahra Hill, Travina Springer, Molly Kunz, and Arash DeMaxi. Arika Lisanne Mittman, Mark Goffman, Sam Baum and David Frankel executive produce.

The show is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.



The inaugural two-hour “People’s Choice Country Awards” will air live on Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT across NBC and Peacock, from the world-famous Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville.

The two-hour telecast will lean into the rich connection between country music and the Opry through chart-topping musical performances, genre-bending collaborations, legendary tributes and surprise moments that regularly happen from the iconic venue.

The only award show for the people and by the people, the “People’s Choice Country Awards” will recognize the biggest and best country music has to offer chosen entirely by the fans across various categories. Several honorary awards will also be bestowed during the awards ceremony.

The “People’s Choice Country Awards” will extend to social platforms with All-Access Live bringing fans at home behind the scenes as well as interactively connecting country’s most popular stars with their biggest fans.

The telecast is produced by Den of Thieves with Jesse Ignjatovic, Evan Prager and Barb Bialkowski serving as executive producers.”


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