NBC has announced its Fall 2014 schedule, which includes surprisingly few changes. But the network has big plans for mid-season, with The Blacklist moving to Thursday nights after getting a high-profile post-Super Bowl episode airing.

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In addition, Parenthood, after lengthy negotiations, has received a sixth and final season for 13 episodes. Also, Parks and Recreation‘s upcoming seventh season will be its last as well, though it won’t be airing in the fall.

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The Blacklist will return Monday nights at 10pm in the fall, but will go on a hiatus starting November 17, when Katherine Heigl’s State of Affairs will inherit the coveted time slot. The Blacklist will then air after the Super Bowl before moving to Thursdays at 9pm on February 5. At that time, the new drama Allegiance will follow it at 10pm.

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Thursday night’s Must-See TV comedy block is going away, with The Biggest Loser taking over at 8pm.

The fall schedule has six new shows, three dramas and three comedies, with plenty more shows being held for mid-season, including an reimagining of The Wizard of Oz, David Duchovny’s Charles Manson series, the Heroes reboot miniseries and the sequel to the epic miniseries The Bible.


8pm: The Voice
10pm: The Blacklist / State of Affairs (NEW, starting November 17)

8pm: The Voice
9pm: Marry Me (NEW)
9:30pm: About a Boy
10pm: Chicago Fire

8pm: The Mysteries of Laura (NEW)
9pm: Law and Order: SVU
10pm: Chicago PD

8pm: The Biggest Loser
9pm: Bad Judge (NEW)
9:30pm: A to Z (NEW)
10pm: Parenthood

8pm: Dateline
9pm: Grimm
10pm: Constantine (NEW)

7pm: Sunday Night Football


Constantine: Based on the Hellblazer DC Comics series, it’s about a master of the occult doing battle with the forces of darkness.

The Mysteries of Laura: Debra Messing (Will and Grace, Smash) stars as an odd NYPD homicide detective who also has to deal with her ex-husband (Josh Lucas) and twin boys.

State of Affairs: A CIA officer (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Katherine Heigl) gets chosen to deliver the daily briefings to the President of the United States (Alfre Woodard).


A to Z: An online-dating romantic comedy starring Cristin Milioti (How I Met Your Mother) and Ben Feldman (Mad Men).

Bad Judge
: Private Practice‘s Kate Walsh stars as a hard-living, wild woman who happens to be a judge.

Marry Me: Comedy about getting engaged starring Casey Wilson (Happy Endings) and Ken Marino (Party Down).


A.D. A 12-hour miniseries, this sequel to the History Channel’s The Bible picks up following the crucifixion.

Allegiance: Based on an Israeli series, this drama is about a war hero and CIA analyst who is unaware that his entire family is part of a secret Russian sleeper cell.

Aquarius: A drama about Charles Manson and his followers starring David Duchovny.

Emerald City: A modern reimagining of the classic Wizard of Oz story.

Heroes Reborn: A 13-episode miniseries reboot of Tim Kring’s 2006 series, Heroes.
Odyssey: A solider, corporate lawyer and political activist are drawn into a complex international military conspiracy. The show stars Anna Friel (Pushing Daisies) and Peter Facinelli (Nurse Jackie).


Mission Control: Set in the 1960s, this comedy is about the space race at NASA, starring Krysten Ritter (Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23) and Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville).

Mr. Robinson: Starring The Office‘s Craig Robinson, this show centers on a musician who gets a job teaching at a middle school.

One Big Happy: From executive producer Ellen DeGeneres, NBC’s sole multia-camera sitcom is about a lesbian (Happy Endings star Elisha Cuthbert) who gets pregnant as her straight male friend (Nick Zano)  gets married.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
: From Tina Fey, The Office‘s Ellie Kemper stars in this comedy about a woman who escapes a cult to start a new life in NYC.

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John Kubicek

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John watches nearly every show on TV, but he specializes in sci-fi/fantasy like The Vampire DiariesSupernatural and True Blood. However, he can also be found writing about everything from Survivor and Glee to One Tree Hill and Smallville.