NBC is announcing their Fall 2020 broadcast lineup.
The network revealed their Fall 2020 schedule on Thursday (August 27), which has made some major lineup changes amid the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to affect the majority of new and returning TV shows.
The network is planning on returning scripted series, which will begin to premiere in late October. There are seven returning scripted series that have not yet start production on their new seasons, comedy Superstore set to premiere in late October, and five dramas scheduled for a November debut, led by flagship This Is Us.
All premiere dates have been set after discussions with the series’ producers to get assurances that having the shows ready by then is realistic, according to Deadline.
The previously announced premiere dates for New Amsterdam, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Manifest and the new Law & Order: SVU spinoff, Law & Order: Organized Crime are now being pushed to 2021, as well as returning series Good Girls, Making It, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist as well as new comedy series Kenan, Mr. Mayor and Young Rock as well as alternative series That’s My Jam, Small Fortune, True Story, and Who Do You Think You Are?.
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