The network announced on Friday when the majority of their shows on the fall schedule. These are all airing at their normally-scheduled times, with the first one signing off being “The Blacklist,” which happens to be leaving the schedule on Monday to make way for “State of Affairs” coming on.
A to Z – Thursday, Dec. 11
About a Boy – Tuesday, Dec. 9
Bad Judge – Thursday, Dec. 1
The Blacklist – Monday, Nov. 10
Chicago Fire – Tuesday, Dec. 2
Chicago P.D. – Wednesday, Dec. 10
Law & Order: SVU – Wednesday, Dec. 10
Marry Me – Tuesday, Dec. 9
Mysteries of Laura – Wednesday, Dec. 10
Parenthood – Thursday, Nov. 20
Why the different dates for shows like “Chicago Fire” and the other Dick Wolf series? We imagine that it is due to “SVU” and “Chicago PD” having a week off for Thanksgiving, and then making that up a little bit later. They are the last dramas to find themselves completely wrapped up for the fall.
The last shows to end this fall are comedies “Bad Judge” and “A to Z,” but the funny thing here is that they may not be on long at all in the new year. After all, NBC has effectively canceled the two by opting to not order any more episodes after the initial 13. At least they are planning to see the entire seasons through … for now.
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