#NBC Announces Fall Premiere Dates: #ChicagoFire push to Mid-October, #Blindspot set for Early Premiere

On Wednesday, NBC has become the first broadcasting network to announce their Fall TV premiere dates, for which will kick off on Sept. 14 with Blindspot’s Season 2 opener following the America’s Got Talent finale. Chicago Fire will in the meantime will be bring up the rear as they won’t launch their Fifth season until mid-October.

Also to note, the new Kristen Bell/Ted Danson comedy, The Good Place, is getting a very good spot to air a sneak preview after The Voice’s Season 11 premiere before moving to it’s regular Thursday home. While the new buzzy drama This is Us will start off airing Tuesday at 10, after The Voice, before moving it’s regular time 9pm.

Here’s NBC Fall Schedule:

Thursday, Sept. 8th

8:30pm Sunday Night Football

Sunday, Sept. 11

8:30pm Sunday Night Football (time slot premiere)

Wednesday, Sept. 14th

8pm America’s Got Talent season finale (two hour)

10pm Blindspot

Monday, Sept. 19th

8pm The Voice

10pm The Good Place (preview two episodes)

Tuesday, Sept. 20th

8pm The Voice

10pm This Is Us

Wednesday, Sept. 21st

8pm Blindspot (time slot premiere)

9pm Law & Order SVU

10pm Chicago PD

Thursday, Sept. 22nd

8pm Superstore

8:30pm The Good Place (time slot premiere)

9pm Chicago Med

10pm The Blacklist

Friday, Sept. 23

8pm Caught On Camera with Nick Cannon

9pm Dateline

Monday, Oct. 3

10pm Timeless

Tuesday, Oct. 11

9pm This Is Us (time slot premiere)

10pm Chicago Fire

Here are shows that are tap for midseason or later: The Blacklist: Redemption, The Carmichael Show, Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Justice, Emerald City, Great News, Marlon, Midnight Texas, Powerless, Shades of Blue, Taken and Trail & Error.