NBC debuts a fall schedule of new and original series that feature dominant dramas, Tuesday laughs, beloved unscripted hits, fan-favorite event programming and a new night of Big Ten football.
Three new series are set to premiere in the fall – dramas “The Irrational” and “Found,” and multi-cam comedy “Extended Family,” all of which will stream next-day on Peacock along with the rest of NBC’s entertainment lineup.
NBC’s 2023-24 SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS
MONDAY: #1 alternative series “The Voice” kicks off premiere week for its 24th cycle at 8 p.m. leading into the debut of high-stakes drama “The Irrational,” starring Jesse L. Martin at 10 p.m.
TUESDAY: #1 new comedy “Night Court” gets the laughs started at 8 p.m., followed by the debut of Jon Cryer multi-cam “Extended Family” at 8:30 p.m. “The Voice” takes the stage at 9 p.m. followed by the highly anticipated second season of “Quantum Leap.”
WEDNESDAY: Television’s highest-rated drama franchise returns with the One Chicago lineup kicking off at 8 p.m. with “Chicago Med,” continuing with “Chicago Fire” and concluding with #1 broadcast drama “Chicago P.D.”
THURSDAY: Network television’s top-rated Thursday starts with Season 23 of “Law & Order” at 8 p.m. followed by the record-extending 25th season of “Law & Order: SVU.” The night concludes with the premiere of the all-new Shanola Hampton-led missing persons drama “Found.”
FRIDAY: Viewer-favorite game show “The Wall” starts at 8 p.m. and leads into Friday’s hit newsmagazine, “Dateline NBC,” from 9-11 p.m.
SATURDAY: “Big Ten Football” arrives in primetime as some of the most storied programs in college football battle for conference supremacy.
SUNDAY: #1 primetime television show for a record 12 consecutive years, “NBC Sunday Night Football” will broadcast 20 regular-season games throughout the NFL season.
MIDSEASON/SUMMER: Midseason brings two new unscripted shows to the lineup with “Untitled America’s Got Talent Series” as the next special edition of the highly successful franchise, and “Deal or No Deal Island” which brings the iconic game to the Banker’s private island for the biggest prize in series history.
“Law & Order: Organized Crime” is on the case once again in midseason, along with the return of fan-favorites “La Brea,” “Magnum P.I.” and season 2 of “Lopez vs. Lopez.” Last year’s #1 in total viewers new unscripted series “Password,” starring Jimmy Fallon and hosted by Keke Palmer, will be back with another round of the iconic game show. NBC will also debut an epic 10-part tentpole event series “The Americas,” narrated by actor, producer and writer Tom Hanks with music by two-time Oscar winner Hans Zimmer. In addition, the third and fourth seasons of hospital drama “Transplant” will return to the network.