NBC 2015 Fall Schedule Announced, Includes The Voice, The Blacklist And More

Now that NBC has made a slew of cancellation and renewal decisions over the past week, the network has begun to cobble together its schedule for the 2015-2016 TV season. This morning, NBC released a list of shows that are set to hit the schedule both next fall and later in the year. In addition, the network has announced its Fall 2015 TV schedule.

What’s most striking about the fall schedule is the network’s lack of a comedy lineup. Undateable is randomly coming back in the fall rather than later in the year; now that About A Boy has been cancelled, it’s the longest running comedy that the former comedy powerhouse has. The few comedies the network has are being shifted into Friday night timeslots, weirdly airing before new episodes of NBC’s Grimm. Along with Undateable, the comedy People Are Talking is set to premiere in the fall. NBC’s announcement today also mentions that the revitalization of Coach and the new Eva Longoria comedy Hot & Bothered will hit the schedule at midseason. And if you are looking for the Chicago Fire spinoff Chicago Med, it’ll be hitting the schedule at midseason, too.

Shows are listed by day of the week and timeslot, as NBC has not at this juncture determined premiere dates. New shows are listed in all caps.

The Voice


8-10 p.m. ET – The Voice

10-11 p.m. ET - BLINDSPOT

Chicago fire


8-9 p.m. ET – The Voice


10-11 p.m. ET – BEST TIME EVER WITH NEIL PATRICK HARRIS (Through November)

10-11 p.m. ET – Chicago Fire (will premiere in November)

Chicago PD


8-9 p.m. ET – The Mysteries Of Laura

9-10 p.m. ET – Law & Order: SVU

10-11 p.m. ET – Chicago P.D.

The Blacklist


8-9 p.m. ET – HEROES: REBORN

9-10 p.m. ET – The Blacklist

10-11 p.m. ET – THE PLAYER



8-8:30 p.m. ET – Undateable


9-10 p.m. ET – Grimm

10-11 p.m. ET – Dateline



8-10 p.m. ET – Dateline Saturday Night Mystery

10-11 p.m. ET – Saturday Night Live (Classic Encores)

football night in america


7-8:20 p.m. ET – Football Night in America

8:20-11 p.m. ET – Sunday Night Football

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