On Friday NBC has unveiled its midseason schedule.
The Peacock network’s game plan for the winter/spring season includes the return of Manifest, America’s Got Talent: The Champions, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Good Girls.
Also, the anticipated musical dramedy Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist starring Jane Levy and Lauren Graham will get a special preview on Tuesday, Jan. 7 ahead of its official Sunday, Feb. 16th launch. Also, the new drama Council of Dads will inherit This Is Us’ Tuesday at 9 pm timeslot in March when it ends it’s the fourth season. And Blindspot’s final season will be held until Summer 2020. No news on when The Kenan Show will premiere. There’s been word around that it’s gone through some retooling, but could be looking at a post-Olympic premiere.
Here’s a look into the schedule:
8/7c Amerca’s Got Talent: The Champions (The Voice returns in February)
8/7c Ellen’s Game of Games
9/8c This Is Us (Council Of Dads begins in March)
10/9c New Amsterdam
8/7c Chicago Med
9/8c Chicago Fire
10/9c Chicago PD
THURSDAY (Beginning in February)
8:30/7:30c Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9/8c Will & Grace
10/9c Law and Order SVU
8/7c Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector (The Blacklist returns in March)
8/7c Little Big Shots
9/8c Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
10/9c Good Girls
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