NBC is the first network to announce its fall premiere dates, and some
of its shows are getting a very early start. Due to NBC's coverage of
the Olympics, the network will be launching some of its new shows in
August to get a big boost.
Parenthood is available on Amazon Prime.
New comedies Go On
(starring Matthew Perry) and Animal Practice (starring the Hangover monkey) will get special debuts during the Olympics. Both will air commercial-free as sneak peeks before they begin in their regular time slots in September. Grimm
will also get an early August premiere for its second season on Monday.
In addition to the fall shows, NBC has another new show it will air for several weeks at the end of summer. In Stars Earn Stripes
, nine celebrities will take on rigorous military training to see who has the right stuff.
Meanwhile, shows like 30 Rock
and the new drama Chicago Fire
won't premiere until October.
Check out the full schedule for NBC's fall premieres. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8Go On
(following Olympics)SUNDAY, AUGUST 12Animal Practice
(following Olympics closing ceremonies)MONDAY, AUGUST 13
8pm: Stars Earn Stripes
10pm: GrimmSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
8:15pm: Sunday Night FootballMONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
8pm: The Voice TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
9pm: Go On
9:30pm: The New Normal
10pm: ParenthoodWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
10pm: Guys With KidsFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
9pm: GrimmMONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
10pm: RevolutionTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
8:30pm: Up All Night
9pm: The Office
9:30pm: Parks and Recreation WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
8pm: Animal Practice
8:30pm: Guys With Kids
9 pm: Law & Order: SVUTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 4
8pm: 30 RockWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10
10pm: Chicago FireFRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
8:30pm: Community(Image courtesy of NBC)