NBC reveals fall 2018 premiere dates for America's best-loved TV shows

Cheryl Kahla
Jun 20, 2018
11:20 A.M.
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The wait is over! NBC revealed the dates when some of their most popular television shows return to the small screen.


The Voice season 15, featuring Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson as coaches, returns on Monday, September 24th at 8 pm Eastern Time. 

Another highly anticipated return is This is Us, featuring Mandy Moore in the lead role, on September 25th at 9 pm, with New Amsterdam following at 10 pm. 

Fans will recall that the previous season of This Is Us, explained Jack Pearson's death, and how his passing impacted his children, 'The Big Three.' 


Deadline reported that the acclaimed Chicago Med returns on September 26th at 8 pm in the primetime slot, followed by Chicago Fire's 7th season at 9 pm and Chicago P.D at 10 pm. 

According to NBC Miami, The Good Place returns with season three on September 27th in the primetime 8 pm slot, followed by Law and Order SVU at 9 pm. 

October features a line up of comedic release and sitcoms to brighten up the dull evenings, with Superstore filling the 8 pm slot on October 4th. 

Both America Ferrera and Ben Feldman return in the lead roles, with a supporting cast made up of Lauren Ash, Colton Dunn, Nico Santos and Nichole Bloom. 


Will & Grace follows an hour later at 9 pm, with a new series, I Feel Bad, testing the waters at 9:30 pm. The latter follows the life of a 'perfect mom, boss, wife, friend and daughter.' 

Not to be left behind, the crime drama Blind Spot, featuring Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown and Ashley Johson, returns with its fourth season on Friday. October 12th at 8 pm. 

The 9 pm slot will be dedicated to the second season of the supernatural drama show, Midnight, Texas, starring Francois Arnaud and Dyland Bruce in the lead roles. 

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