Thursday, July 15, 2021

NBC Announces Premiere Dates for Three 'Chicago' Dramas, Two 'Law & Order's, 'The Voice,' 'La Brea,' 'Ordinary Joe' & More!

NBC has today announced the premiere dates for its upcoming fall schedule - which will feature three Chicago dramas and two Law & Order dramas as well as the series debuts of La Brea and Ordinary Joe.

Monday, September 20
        8PM: The Voice (Season 21 Premiere)
        10PM: Ordinary Joe (Series Premiere)

Tuesday, September 21
        8PM: The Voice (Time Slot Premiere)
        10PM: New Amsterdam (Season 4 Premiere)

Wednesday, September 22
        8PM: Chicago Med (Season 7 Premiere)
        9PM: Chicago Fire (Season 10 Premiere)
        10PM: Chicago P.D. (Season 9 Premiere)

Thursday, September 23
        8PM: Law & Order: SVU (Season 23 Premiere, Two Hours)
        10PM: Law & Order: Organized Crime (Season 2 Premiere)

Friday, September 24
        9PM: Dateline (Season 30 Premiere, Two Hours)

Tuesday, September 28
        9PM: La Brea (Series Premiere)

Thursday, October 21
        8PM: The Blacklist (Season 9 Premiere)

Moreover, the broadcast network has confirmed that the Law & Order spinoff For the Defense from Dick Wolf and Carol Mendelsohn will not be moving forward. It was originally set for the Thursday lineup this fall. Instead, it has been replaced by the ninth season of The Blacklist - the first without the series' female lead, Megan Boone.