Monday, May 13 starts Upfronts week and NBC will be the first network to show their fall lineups. On Sunday, NBC released its 2019-2020 lineup. The only changes came into Monday and Thursday and some big moves as well.
The new Jimmy Smit legal drama Bluff City Law gets the post-Voce timeslot on Monday, which will bump MAnifest to midseason. Also, Little Big Shots will return during Midseason but with Melissa McCarthy as host, replacing Steve Harvey.
Here's a look at the new fall lineup:
8/7c. The Voice
10/9c Bluff City Law (NEW)
8/7c The Voice
9/8c This Is Us (Check out the exciting new message)
10/9c New Amsterdam
8/7c Chicago Med
9/8c Chicago Fire
10/9c Chicago PD
8:30/7:30c Perfect Harmony (NEW)
9/8c The Good Place (New Timeslot)
9:30/8:30c Sunnyside (NEW)
10/9c Law & Order SVU
8/7c The Blacklist
9/8c Dateline NBC
8/7c Dateline Saturday Night Mysteries
10/9c Saturday Night Live Vintage
11:30/10:30c Saturday Night Live
7/6c Football Night In America
8:20/7:20c Sunday Night Football
AGT: Champions, Ellen's Game of Games, Little Big Shots, World of Dance, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Will & Grace, INDEBTED (NEW), The Kenan Show (NEW) Manifest, Good Girls, Blindspot, Council of Dads (NEW), Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (NEW), and Lincoln (NEW).
On The Bubble:
Abby's A.P. Bio. The Enemy Within, The InBetween, The Titan Games and The Village.
I’m liking the small changes but I do wish that they would place Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the fall for Halloween! But I understand that their new format of three new shows in the fall is still the best move. Plus everything is staying where they have been this year, Chicago shows are sticking to Wednesdays. Also, I think that maybe the shows that are on the bubble I will predict that three to four shows will get picked up.
What do you think of NBC’s lineup schedule? Leave a comment and tell us what you think.