NBC Debuts 2013-14 Schedule: ‘Parenthood’, ‘Chicago Fire’ and ‘Revolution’ move to new nights

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NBC will present its 2013-14 primetime schedule to advertisers in a few hours as the network kicks off Upfront Week in New York. After canceling most of its comedy lineup, the peacock network has made some big shifts in which nights its returning dramas will be airing.

There are a few notable series missing from the list. Community, which received a surprising 11th hour renewal, will once again probably end up as a midseason replacement. The network has yet to make a decision on if it will renew Hannibal so that is also missing from the schedule.

Finally, new dramas Chicago PD, Believe, and Night Shift along with new comedy Undateable do not have official timeslots, but all are expected to air midseason after the Winter Olympics.

Note: Bold indicates a new series


8 p.m. Football Night in America


8 p.m. The Voice

10 p.m. The Blacklist


8 p.m. The Biggest Loser (new night and timeslot)

9 p.m. The Voice (new timeslot)

10 p.m. Chicago Fire (new night)


8 p.m. Revolution (new night and time)

9 p.m. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

10 p.m. Ironside


8 p.m. Parks and Recreation (new time)

8:30 p.m. Welcome to the Family

9 p.m. Sean Saves the World

9:30 p.m. The Michael J. Fox Show

10 p.m. Parenthood (new night)


8 p.m. Dateline NBC

9 p.m. Grimm

10 p.m. Dracula


8 p.m. Encore Programming

A Look Ahead to Winter/Spring 2014 (note: only nights with major changes are listed):


7 p.m. Dateline NBC

8 p.m. American Dream Builders

9 p.m. Believe

10 p.m. Crisis


8 p.m. The Voice

9 p.m. About a Boy

9:30 p.m. The Family Guide

10 p.m. Chicago Fire


8 p.m. Dateline NBC

9 p.m. Grimm

10 p.m. Crossbones