Today NBC announced the premiere dates for the Fall 2021 series. NBC also announced they are no longer moving forward with the planned new Law & Order series, ‘Law & Order: For The Defense’. Instead, NBC plans to develop a new spinoff series. In the meantime, The Blacklist will replace it on Thursdays.
Monday September 20 will see the return of The Voice, now only doing one cycle per season. Leading out will be the new series Ordinary Joe.
The following night, Tuesday September 21 will see the season premiere of medical drama New Amsterdam. A week later on September 28, new series La Brea will join the night, taking the time slot for This Is Us as it is held for midseason.
Wednesday September 22 will see the return of One Chicago with Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.
Law & Order: SVU will kick off its season with a 2 hour season premiere on Thursday September 23 leading into sophomore spinoff series Lawy & Order: Organized Crime. The Blacklist will join the Law & Order series on Thursdays now on October 21.
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)
Thursday September 23
8-10 p.m. Law & Order: SVU (two-hour Season 23 premiere)
10 p.m. Law & Order: Organized Crime (Season 2 premiere)
Friday September 24
9 p.m. Dateline (Season 30)
Tuesday September 28
9 p.m. La Brea (Series premiere)
Thursday October 21
8 p.m. The Blacklist (Season 9)