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Like CBS, NBC Will Premiere Almost All of Its Fall Shows During the New Season’s First Week

Jimmy Smits' new legal drama, Bluff City Law, debuts Sept. 23

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CBS won’t be the only broadcaster this fall to roll out almost its entire schedule during the first week of the 2019-20 season.

NBC today unveiled its fall premiere dates, and much like CBS, which announced its fall debuts last week, almost all of its shows will air the week of Sept. 23, as the new TV season kicks off.

Only one weeknight series—The Blacklist—won’t premiere that week, the network said.

On Monday, Sept. 23, The Voice returns for its first-ever cycle without coach Adam Levine, who has been a part of the series since its 2011 debut, followed by new legal drama Bluff City Law, starring Jimmy Smits.




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