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    [PR] NBC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for New Season

    [06/21/13 - 12:16 PM]
    NBC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for New Season
    "The Voice" will kick things off on Monday, September 23 followed by the premiere of "The Blacklist."

    [via press release from NBC]
    NBC ANNOUNCES FALL PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW SEASON

    'The Voice,' With the Original Coaches, Premieres Sept. 23 Followed By 'The Blacklist'; One Hour of 'The Michael J. Fox' Show Debuts Sept. 26 Following an Hourlong Episode of 'Parks and Recreation'

    UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. - June 21, 2013 - NBC has announced premiere dates for its fall schedule, which include the launch of two highly-anticipated new shows: "The Blacklist" on Sept. 23 and the series debut of "The Michael J. Fox Show" with back-to-back episodes on Sept. 26.

    "The Blacklist," starring James Spader as an international criminal who works with a rookie FBI agent in order to bring down some of the world's most wanted, begins Monday, Sept. 23 at 10 p.m., immediately following the fifth-season two-hour premiere of "The Voice" at 8 p.m. that will reunite the four original coaches: Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton. (All times are ET.)

    "Chicago Fire" will begin its second season at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24 following the Tuesday edition of "The Voice."

    On Wednesday, Sept. 25, the sophomore season of "Revolution" will begin the night in its new time period at 8 o'clock, followed by the season premiere of the 15th season of "Law & Order: SVU" at 9 p.m. in which Det. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) will be fighting for her life against a madman.

    Highly-acclaimed comedy "Parks and Recreation" will launch its sixth season with an hourlong episode at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 that takes the show to London. That will be followed by back-to-back episodes for the debut of "The Michael J. Fox Show," starring the iconic actor as a father and husband returning to work as a news reporter in New York after a brief leave of absence to get his Parkinson's under control.

    "Parenthood," which is beginning its fifth season this year, moves into the 10 p.m. time period on Sept 26 (immediately following "The Michael J. Fox Show") with special guest star Ray Romano.

    "Dateline NBC" will premiere with a two-hour episode Friday, Sept. 27 at 9 p.m.

    The new Blair Underwood-starring action drama "Ironside" will begin its run at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2.

    New first-year comedies "Welcome to the Family" (8:30 p.m.) - about the clash between two families forced to deal with the surprise pregnancy and marriage of their teenage kids - and "Sean Saves the World" (9 p.m.) - bringing Sean Hayes back to NBC as a single dad balancing his teenage daughter, opinionated mother and overbearing boss - both launch Thursday, Oct. 3

    The debut for the third season of "Grimm" will begin at 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25. That will be immediately followed by the series launch of "Dracula," starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the iconic character returning to Victorian England to seek revenge on those who doomed him to immortal hell. Appropriately, both shows will launch within a week of Halloween.

    The night will be led off at 8 p.m. with "Dateline NBC," as the newsmagazine will shift to its regular timeslot.

    And finally, "The Biggest Loser" will start its newest cycle with an hourlong telecast at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.


    Source : http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2...20130621nbc01/
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    To recap...

    Monday Sept 23
    8-10pm : The Voice (2h premiere) (CTV)
    10-11pm : The Blacklist (series premiere) (GBL)

    Tuesday Sept 24
    8-10pm : The Voice (2h premiere) (CTV2)
    10-11pm : Chicago Fire (season 2 premiere) (GBL)

    Wednesday Sept 25
    8-9pm : Revolution (season 2 premiere) (City)
    9-10pm : Law & Order: SVU (season 15 premiere) (CTV)

    Thursday Sept 26
    8-9pm : Parks and Recreation (1 hour season 6 premiere) (City)
    9-10pm : The Michael J. Fox Show (1 hour series premiere) (GBL)
    10-11pm : Parenthood (season 5 premiere) (GBL)

    Friday Sept 27
    9-10pm : Dateline NBC

    Wednesday Oct 2
    10-11pm : Ironside (series premiere) (GBL)

    Thursday Oct 3
    8-8:30pm : Parks and Recreation (regular slot)
    8:30-9pm : Welcome to the Family (series premiere) (GBL)
    9-9:30pm : Sean Saves the World (series premiere) (GBL)
    9:30-10pm : The Michael J. Fox Show (regular slot)

    Tuesday Oct 8
    8-9pm : The Biggest Loser (season premiere) (CITY)
    9-10pm : The Voice (1h edition) (CTV2)

    Friday Oct 25
    8-9pm : Dateline NBC (moves from 9pm)
    9-10pm : Grimm (season 3 premiere) (CTV)
    10-11pm : Dracula (series premiere) (GBL)
    Last edited by InMontreal; 06-22-2013 at 09:12 AM.
    "It's not a rerun if you haven't watched it yet." (© 2010 by TVViewer)
    "Ne jamais s'obstiner avec un épais. Il va vous abaisser à son niveau et vous battre avec l'expérience."

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    Welcome to the Family and Ironside pilots are now available on NBC.com, Hulu, etc.

    Blair Underwood is good as Ironside, but I still had to FF through many of the typical scenes. It's just too average to keep me interested beyond the pilot.

    I'm sure it will survive the season, I just won't be watching.

    Welcome to the Family was fine (I didn't have to FF through any of it, but that's only because it was the pilot), but I'll probably just watch a few more episodes until I give up on it. I laughed a few times, the writing is good enough, but it's missing too many elements to keep me intrigued.
    Warning: I'm not playing with a full deck.

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    I wasn't looking forwarded to watching this because I thought it was about a lawyer called Ironside. In other words, a remake of the old show. Maybe the only thing the old show has in common with the new show is the name. I use to like the Blair Underwood in LA LAW, but I have not seen him in anything current that I like him in. He appears to be over acting in the roles I saw in in.
    Last edited by Avonregal; 09-11-2013 at 07:14 PM.

 

 

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