NBC Announces Fall Premiere Dates

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From sitcoms we love to a couple new dramas that offer intrigue, NBC announced its fall premiere schedule today...

Tuesday, September 13
10 p.m. Parenthood

Wednesday, September 14
8 p.m. America’s Got Talent (season finale)
10 p.m. Up All Night (new show)
10:30 p.m. Free Agents (new show)

Monday, September 19
8 p.m. The Sing-Off
10 p.m. The Playboy Club (new show, previewed below)

Tuesday, September 20
8 p.m. The Biggest Loser

Wednesday, September 21
8:30 p.m. Up All Night (regular time period debut)
9 p.m. Free Agents (regular time period debut)
9 p.m. Harry’s Law
10 p.m. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Thursday, September 22
8 p.m. Community
8:30 p.m. Parks and Recreation
9:30 p.m. The Office
10 p.m. Whitney (new show)
10 p.m. Prime Suspect (new show)

Friday, October 21
8 p.m. Chuck
9 p.m. Grimm (new show)

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That makes no sense. For example, I thought Playboy club had been canceled. Soo glad to see this is last season of Chuck since they screwed up such a good show. Great special effects in Grimm. Hope it pulls itself together and stays on. Harrys Law will go away if they don't stop messing with great show.When do you think all the singing contests will end? There are no really funny comic shows on any more.

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Looking forward to the early return of PARENTHOOD at least the family dramedy STILL needs a ratings boost unlike the first two combined. PRIME SUSPECT could definitely break the curse held by ER and we'll always have to play the waiting for the final season of CHUCK when it returns on October 21st. 30 ROCK will be back midseason because of Tina Fey's pregnacy.

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