NBC Announces Midseason Schedule and Premiere Dates

Just a day after the release of ABC's midseason schedule, NBC is following up with their own. The Peacock network has changes to most nights, including replacements for The Voice on Monday and Tuesday, a new comedy on Thursday and a replacement for Transplant on Tuesday. Keep reading for the full lineup:

Monday, January 4:
8 PM: Ellen's Game of Games (midseason premiere)
9 PM: Ellen's Game of Games (special timeslot)
10 PM: The Wall (season premiere; special timeslot)

Tuesday, January 5:
8 PM: Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (season premiere)
9 PM: This Is Us (midseason premiere)
10 PM: Nurses (timeslot premiere)

Wednesday, January 6:
8 PM: Chicago Med (midseason premiere)
9 PM: Chicago Fire (midseason premiere)
10 PM: Chicago PD (midseason premiere)

Thursday, January 7:
8 PM: Mr. Mayor (series premiere)
8:30 PM: Mr. Mayor (special timeslot)
9 PM: Law & Order: SVU (midseason premiere)
10 PM: Dateline NBC

Monday, January 11:
9 PM: The Wall (timeslot premiere)
10 PM: Weakest Link (midseason premiere)

Thursday, January 14:
8:30 PM: Superstore (midseason premiere)

Friday, January 22:
8 PM: The Blacklist
9 PM: Dateline NBC

Veteran programs Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Good Girls, Manifest and Making It are yet to receive slots, while new shows The Kenan Show, Young Rock, Law & Order: Organized Crime and Debris are also without slots.

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