Fall TV: NBC Premiere Dates Kick Off With The Voice, Blacklist; Grimm Set for October Return

Jun 21 2013, 2:48pm CDT | by

Fall TV: NBC Premiere Dates Kick Off With The Voice, Blacklist; Grimm Set for October Return
Photo Credit: TV Line


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Friday might’ve been the first day of summer, but NBC was already thinking fall when it announced its premiere dates for the 2013-14 TV season. The fun officially begins Monday, September 23 with the two-hour premiere of The Voice at 8/7c. 

James Spader’s new crime drama The Blacklist follows Voice‘s return at 10. The week that follows includes the return of favorites Chicago Fire, Law & Order: SVU and Parenthood and an hour-long episode of Parks and Recreation on September 26.

More to come…


Source: TV Line

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