NBC has announced their fall 2021 schedule and it is filled to the brim with Law & Order, One Chicago and more. The upcoming season of The Voice will include new coach Ariana Grande in place of Nick Jonas. New shows include Ordinary Joe and La Brea.
And speaking of Law & Order, there is a bit of a change compared to the previous fall lineup. Due to the network not moving forward with new spinoff Law & Order: For the Defense, The Blacklist will now move from Fridays to Thursdays to kick off the Thursday night lineup, which will still be followed with the current two Law & Order series, SVU and Organized Crime.
Keep reading for the full schedule!
Monday, September 20
8 p.m. – The Voice (Season 21 premiere)
10 p.m. – Ordinary Joe (Series premiere)
Tuesday, September 21
10 p.m. – New Amsterdam (Season 4 premiere)
Wednesday, September 22
8 p.m. – Chicago Med (Season 7 premiere)
9 p.m. – Chicago Fire (Season 10 premiere)
10 p.m. – Chicago P.D. (Season 9 premiere)
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Thursday, September 23
8 p.m. – Law & Order: SVU (two-hour Season 23 premiere, special time)
10 p.m. – Law & Order: Organized Crime (Season 2 premiere)
Friday, September 24
9 p.m. – Dateline (Season 30 premiere)
Tuesday, September 28
9 p.m. – La Brea (Series premiere)
Thursday, September 30
8 p.m. – Law & Order: SVU (special time)
9 p.m. – Law & Order: Organized Crime (two episodes, special time)
Thursday, October 21
8 p.m. – The Blacklist (Season 9 premiere)
Shows held for midseason include the final season of Emmy-winning drama This Is Us, which will air all 18 episodes nearly uninterrupted, Kenan, Mr. Mayor, Transplant, Young Rock and Weakest Link. New comedies American Auto and Grand Crew, limited series The Thing About Pam and competition series AGT: Extreme and American Song Contest are also being held for midseason.