Launching on Monday, September 24 at 8 p.m. ET, NBC's fall season begins with a two-hour premiere of The Voice, which will include coaches Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine.
This is Us will make its third season debut the following night — Tuesday, September 25 — at 9 p.m. ET, which will be followed by the new series New Amsterdam at 10 p.m. ET.
Fans of the Will & Grace revival will be able to catch the series' new season when it premieres on Thursday, October 4 at 9 p.m. ET.
Monday, September 24
8 p.m. (ET) The Voice
10 p.m. Manifest
Tuesday, September 25
8 p.m. The Voice
9 p.m. This Is Us
10 p.m. New Amsterdam
Wednesday, September 26
8 p.m. Chicago Med
9 p.m. Chicago Fire
10 p.m. Chicago P.D.
Thursday, September 27
8 p.m. The Good Place (one hour)
9 p.m. Law & Order: SVU (two hours)
Friday, September 28
10 p.m. Dateline NBC
Thursday, October 4
8 p.m. Superstore
8:30 p.m. The Good Place
9 p.m. Will & Grace
9:30 p.m. I Feel Bad
10 p.m. Law & Order: SVU
Friday, October 12
8 p.m. Blindspot
Friday, October 26
9 p.m. Midnight, Texas
Among the biggest changes is the network designating Wednesday as its Chicago night from the get-go. Last TV season Chicago P.D. was on Wednesdays but Chicago Fire was on Thursdays, and Chicago Med didn't begin airing until Tuesday, November 21.
In addition to the many returning shows this upcoming season, NBC also has a handful of new series.
Fist up is Manifest, a drama/mystery series is about a plane full of passengers who suffer through a few hours of "turbulent but routine flight," only to discover when they land that the world has aged five years.
With all their loved ones having already mourned their loss and moved on with their lives, the unwitting passengers are forced to navigate a brave new world they were never prepared to encounter.
Next is New Amsterdam, a medical drama that stars former Blacklist actor Ryan Eggold as Dr. Max Goodwin, a "brilliant and charming" physician who is new to Bellevue Hospital, the oldest public hospital in the United States.
Dr. Goodwin takes on the challenge of uprooting the hospitals "status quo" and sets about making changes that will have an impact for the greatest good.
The final new series on NBC's fall tv season is I Feel Bad, an Amy Poehler-produced sitcom based on the book I Feel Bad: All Day. Every Day. About Everything.1comments
This series follows Emet — played by Sarayu Blue — "the perfect mom, boss, wife, friend and daughter," who is really anything but "perfect," and that's OK.
Tune into NBC this fall to check all the great returning series, and stay to see if any of the networks new offerings stick the landing.