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Author:  silverscreenselect [ Mon May 13, 2019 4:05 am ]
Post subject:  NBC Fall Schedule Announced

Here is the fall 2019 schedule for NBC (at least for now; these things change sometimes):

MONDAY

8:00 - The Voice
10:00 - Bluff City Law

TUESDAY

8:00 - The Voice
9:00 - This Is Us
10:00 - New Amsterdam

WEDNESDAY

8:00 - Chicago Med
9:00 - Chicago Fire
10:00 - Chicago PD

THURSDAY

8:00 - Superstore
8:30 - Perfect Harmony
9:00 - The Good Place
9:30 - Sunnyside
10:00 - Law and Order SVU

FRIDAY

8:00 - The Blacklist
9:00 - Dateline

Saturday is reruns; Sunday in fall is football

BLUFF CITY LAW - Jimmy Smits heads a Memphis law firm that takes on injustice.
PERFECT HARMONY - Bradley Whitford is a small town church choir director.
SUNNYSIDE - Kal Penn as a former NYC councilman who resigned in disgrace and is now helping immigrants become citizens.

Will & Grace, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Good Girls, and Manifest will be back at midseason. No official word yet on whether NBC's midseason premieres will be back: The Village, The Enemy Within, AP Bio, Blacklist, or Abby's. I Feel Bad, Trial & Error, and Marlon have been cancelled.

Author:  T_Bone0806 [ Mon May 13, 2019 8:51 am ]
Post subject:  Re: NBC Fall Schedule Announced

The Good Place. And Manifest when it returns. That's it. I may check out Perfect Harmony, but nothing else on this schedule holds the least bit of interest for me.


Four shows I watched this season are not returning: The Gifted, Speechless, The Cool Kids, and The Big Bang Theory. The first 3 were cancelled, Big Bang called it quits.

On Netflix, Santa Clarita Diet was cancelled after 3 seasons. My son introduced me to this super gory but absolutely hilarious show just 3 weeks ago, and I've made it through 2 seasons already. Now I find out I only have one more left. Rats.

On the positive side, the rescued-from-Fox "Lucifer" just debuted on Netflix for its 4th season. Just watched the first episode. Thanks for that, Netflix.

"Catch-22" premieres Friday on Hulu. Already on my watch list.

Author:  Bob78164 [ Mon May 13, 2019 9:20 am ]
Post subject:  Re: NBC Fall Schedule Announced

T_Bone0806 wrote:
The Good Place. And Manifest when it returns. That's it. I may check out Perfect Harmony, but nothing else on this schedule holds the least bit of interest for me.


Four shows I watched this season are not returning: The Gifted, Speechless, The Cool Kids, and The Big Bang Theory. The first 3 were cancelled, Big Bang called it quits.

On Netflix, Santa Clarita Diet was cancelled after 3 seasons. My son introduced me to this super gory but absolutely hilarious show just 3 weeks ago, and I've made it through 2 seasons already. Now I find out I only have one more left. Rats.

On the positive side, the rescued-from-Fox "Lucifer" just debuted on Netflix for its 4th season. Just watched the first episode. Thanks for that, Netflix.

"Catch-22" premieres Friday on Hulu. Already on my watch list.
I hadn't heard that The Gifted was cancelled. I'm reading that Disney's new streaming service may pick it up. --Bob

Author:  silverscreenselect [ Mon May 13, 2019 9:51 am ]
Post subject:  Re: NBC Fall Schedule Announced

One update. Blindspot will be back midseason for one last season (The Blacklist is also concluding next season)

Among the more interesting new shows for midseason is Lincoln, about Jeffrey Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme, starring Russell Hornsby. They will apparently do this as individual mysteries of the week, with one overarching big case covering the entire season.

Author:  SportsFan68 [ Thu May 16, 2019 9:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: NBC Fall Schedule Announced

silverscreenselect wrote:
One update. Blindspot will be back midseason for one last season (The Blacklist is also concluding next season)

Among the more interesting new shows for midseason is Lincoln, about Jeffrey Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme, starring Russell Hornsby. They will apparently do this as individual mysteries of the week, with one overarching big case covering the entire season.


This is an excellent idea. I think Russell Hornsby will make an excellent Lincoln Rhyme.

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