NBC Announces Fall 2021 Premiere Dates, Scraps Plans for New Law & Order Spinoff

Hours after ABC announced their dates, NBC has announced premiere dates for their fall lineup. Unlike ABC, NBA has made numerous scheduling alterations from their initially-announced lineup, including scrapping planned Law & Order spinoff For the Defense, and moving The Blacklist to a new night. The premiere dates are as followed:

Monday, September 20:
8 PM: The Voice (season premiere)
10 PM: Ordinary Joe (series premiere)

Monday, September 21:
8 PM: The Voice (Tuesday premiere)
10 PM: New Amsterdam (season premiere)

Tuesday, September 22:
8 PM: Chicago Med (season premiere)
9 PM: Chicago PD (season premiere)
10 PM: Chicago Fire (season premiere)

Wednesday, September 23:
8 PM: Law & Order: SVU (two-hour season premiere)
10 PM: Law & Order: Organized Crime (season premiere)

Friday, September 24:
9 PM: Dateline NBC (season premiere)

Tuesday, September 28:
9 PM: La Brea (series premiere)

Thursday, October 21:
8 PM: The Blacklist (season premiere)

What do you think of these premiere dates? What will you be tuning into? Let us know in the comments!

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