NBC kicks off fall season with an exciting lineup

Published On: Dec 24 2013 07:35:53 AM EST   Updated On: Sep 18 2013 01:37:06 PM EDT

The Voice and new James Spader drama The Blacklist will kick things off on Monday, September 23.

The Voice will be a two-hour premiere that will reunite its original judging panel of Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton.

Chicago Firereturns for its sophomore season on Tuesday, September 24 (after the first Tuesday edition of The Voice). 

Revolutionmakes its mid-week debut on Wednesday, September 25, and leads into the Season 15 premiere of Law & Order: SVU.

Parks and Recreation returns for Season 6 on Thursday, September 26 with an hour-long premiere, followed by a two-episode debut for new comedy The Michael J. Fox Showand the Season 5 premiere of Parenthood, which moves to Thursday night.

 Datelinewraps up the week on Friday, September 27. 

NBC's / WDIV's 2013-2014 Fall Premiere Dates:

Monday, Sept. 23

8-10pm – The Voice (Season 5 premiere)

10-11pm – The Blacklist(Series premiere)

Tuesday, Sept. 24

10-11pm – Chicago Fire (Season 2 premiere)

Wednesday, Sept. 25

8-9pm – Revolution (Season 2 premiere)

9-10pm – Law & Order: SVU (Season 15 premiere)

Thursday, Sept. 26

8-9pm – Parks and Recreation (One-hour Season 6 premiere)

9-10pm – The Michael J. Fox Show(Series premiere with two back-to-back episodes)

10-11pm – Parenthood (Season 5 premiere)

Friday, Sept. 27

9-11pm – Dateline (Two-hour season premiere)

Wednesday, Oct. 2

10-11pm – Ironside (Series premiere)

Thursday, Oct. 3

8:30-9pm – Welcome to the Family (Series premiere)

9pm-9:30pm – Sean Saves the World (Series premiere)

Tuesday, Oct. 8

8-9pm – The Biggest Loser (Season 15 premiere)

Friday, Oct. 25

8-9pm – Dateline NBC (Time period premiere)

9-10pm – Grimm (Season 3 premiere)

10-11pm – Dracula (Series premiere)

READ: Michael J. Fox will return to series TV


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