It’s midseason schedule day for the broadcast networks, it seems.
NBC has unveiled its plans for the start of 2023 with Magnum, P.I moving from CBS, and its sequel series to Night Court leading the lineup.
New drama series Found, starring Shanola Hampton from executive producer Greg Berlanti, also lands a spot after the Jay Hernandez-fronted procedural on Sunday nights.
This comes after Fox and ABC also unveiled their plans for midseason earlier today. The network also set the premiere date for the final season of veteran medical drama New Amsterdam.
America’s Got Talent: All-Stars kicks off the new year with Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel judging some of the best contestants from of its long-running reality series. It launches on Monday, January 2, through to the end of February. Then The Voice will replace it on March 6, with first-time coaches Chance the Rapper and Niall Horan joining Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton, who will exit after the season. Quantum Leap stays at 10 p.m. on Mondays.
Tuesday becomes largely a comedy night with the update of Night Court, starring Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette, airing alongside the second season of American Auto starting January 24, before the final season of New Amsterdam.
Starting on Sunday, February 19, Magnum, P.I. airs at 9 p.m after NBC saved it with a two-season, 20-episode order after it was canceled by CBS. Found airs at 10 p.m., and the two shows will be preceded by the 10th season of The Blacklist starting February 26.
Wednesday remains Chicago night with Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.; Thursday continues as the night for law and order with Law & Order, Law & Order SVU and Law & Order: Organized Crime; and Friday keeps Lopez vs. Lopez, Young Rock and Dateline NBC.
The second season of Grand Crew, which aired on Tuesdays last midseason, is expected to return midseason, although a date has not been set.
Game show The Wheel also is expected to be spun in midseason but has not been dated.
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