NBC fall premiere dates: ‘Revolution’ season 2, ‘The Voice’ season 5, and more

NBC LogoAfter CBS made their premiere dates for the upcoming fall TV season clear, NBC has now done the same, and there is one immediate reaction that we have: We’re glad that’s out of the way. We cannot even pretend that most of these dates are exciting, given that this is almost identical to what so many people out there were probably expecting to see from the network. The only real surprise is seeing the Friday-night lineup held back to October, but given recent trends (and a hope to keep Friday nights free of new programming until the chillier months), this isn’t even that great of a shock.

If you want to check out some of the individual articles in our Fall TV Preview series about the new shows listed below, just be sure to click on the show’s title. (There is a video clip included with every one.)

Monday, September 23

8:00 p.m. Eastern – “The Voice” (two hours)

10:00 – “The Blacklist” (new show)

Tuesday, September 24

9:00 – “The Voice”

10:00 – “Chicago Fire”

Wednesday, September 25

8:00 – “Revolution”

9:00 – “Law & Order: SVU” (two-hour premiere)

Thursday, September 26

8:00 – “Parks and Recreation” (one-hour premiere)

9:00 – “The Michael J. Fox Show” (new show, one-hour premiere)

Wednesday, October 2

10:00 – “Ironside” (new show)

Thursday, October 3

8:30 – “Welcome to the Family” (new show)

9:00 – “Sean Saves the World” (new show)

9:30 – “The Michael J. Fox Show” (time-period premiere)

Tuesday, October 8

8:00 – “The Biggest Loser”

Friday, October 25

9:00 – “Grimm”

10:00 – “Dracula” (new show)

The one element of this schedule that does not make sense to us? Having “The Biggest Loser” air in the fall, when it did such a solid job in January for the network and brought in the best ratings in seasons. Why change that?

For more from our Fall TV Preview series, our suggestion is to head on over to the link here.

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