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NBC's Official 2019-2020 Fall Schedule

The Peacock has announced a fall schedule with surprisingly few changes.
  • Kal Penn stars in the new NBC fall comedy series Sunnyside.
    Kal Penn stars in the new NBC fall comedy series Sunnyside.

    The fall 2019-2020 primetime lineup for NBC is officially here!

    The Peacock is betting on a stable --some might say boring -- schedule this coming fall. And why not? If it ain't broke don't fix it. The Chicago shows, This Is Us and New Amsterdam are all staying put in their current slots, while Manifest is benched until midseason. New legal drama Bluff City Law gets the post-Voice slot, while other new drama entries are being held back for a midseason launch. There is, however, some fresh blood on the comedy side with two new shows -- Perfect Harmony and Sunnyside -- debuting in the fall.

    Check out NBC's schedule for the 2019-20  season below.

     

    MONDAYS

    8:00/7:00c The Voice 

    9:00/8:00c The Voice

    10:00/9:00c Bluff City Law - Pilot Script Review

     

    TUESDAYS

    8:00/7:00c The Voice

    9:00/8:00c This Is Us

    10:00/9:00c New Amsterdam

     

    WEDNESDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Chicago Med

    9:00/8:00c Chicago Fire

    10:00/9:00c Chicago PD

     

    THURSDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Superstore

    8:30/7:30c Perfect Harmony

    9:00/8:00c The Good Place

    9:30/8:30c Sunnyside

    10:00/9:00c Law & Order: SVU

     

    FRIDAYS

    8:00/7:00c The Blacklist

    9:00/8:00c Dateline

    10:00/9:00c Dateline

     

    SUNDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Sunday Night Football

    9:00/8:00c Sunday Night Football

    10:00/9:00c Sunday Night Football

     

    MIDSEASON

    Manifest - mondays at 10

    Council of Dads - Pilot Script Review

    LincolnPilot Script Review

    Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist - Pilot Script Review

    Indebted 

    Good Girls

    Blindspot

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    Will & Grace

    The Kenan Show - possible summer run


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    Jean-Maxime Renault is a TV addict based in Paris who writes about television and movies on AlloCiné (aka "the French IMDB"). In 2015 he created Season Zero, a website about television development and pilot season, which is now a part of Primetimer. 

    TOPICS: NBC