Grab your datebooks, puppy calendars, discarded junk mail, or whatever else you use to keep track of life's most important events, because NBC has announced premiere dates for its fall schedule.
The network won't debut new series immediately following the network's coverage of the Olympics in August and will instead kick things off Thursday, September 8 with the return of Sunday Night Football and a Super Bowl rematch. Reigning champs the Denver Broncos will take on the Carolina Panthers at 8:30pm/
Leading the network's scripted coverage will be the Season 2 premiere of Blindspot on Wednesday, September 14 at 10pm immediately following the finale of America's Got Talent. It will move to its 8pm timeslot the following week, where it will lead-in to Law & Order: SVU at 9pm and Chicago P.D. at 10pm.
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Last week, NBC announced plans for a potential spin-off to The Blacklist starring Famke Janssen, which would be set up in an episode towards the end of the current season. Now we know she won't be alone.
According to Deadline, Ryan Eggold, who currently stars as the mysterious Tom Keen in The Blacklist, will officially reprise his role in the new show should it move forward (if it doesn't become a series, he'll return to his current role). The spinoff is said to focus on the relationship between Susan "Scottie" Halsted (Janssen) and Tom (Eggold) - a relationship similar to the one between Raymond "Red" Reddington (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone).
NBC is developing a Blacklist spin-off starring Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi.
The episode that sets up the spinoff will air May 12.
An FBI fugitive, Raymond "Red" Reddington (Spader), joins the FBI in an attempt to work together and bring down criminals and terrorists. After their first victory, a list of dangerous but unknown criminals is revealed by Red. With the help of a rookie FBI profiler, Red will work to eliminate all those in "The List".