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Fall TV Schedule 2023: NBC, CBS, ABC, CW, and FOX Primetime Lineup Announcements

NBC announces Fall 2023 TV schedule
– “Law & Order”, “The Tonight Show” and “Dateline” returning to the lineup
– Primetime schedules for CBS, Fox, The CW, and ABC still pending

The Fall 2023 TV lineup has been announced for NBC, marking the beginning of announcements regarding major network schedules for the upcoming season. While CBS, Fox, The CW and ABC have yet to reveal their programming, NBC has shared its jam-packed year-end schedule, featuring both beloved returning shows and highly anticipated new series.

“Law & Order: SVU”, now entering its historic 25th season, and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” will make a return appearance in the NBC lineup. Other popular mainstays include “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” “The Voice,” “Elimination Game,” “Next Level Chef,” and “Dateline.” These returning programs will be joined by buzz-worthy newcomers “FBI: International,” “The Blacklist,” and “L.A.’s Finest.”

In addition, NBC will also air two highly anticipated live productions: the Broadway classic “Annie Live!” and the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2023. The world of sports is not exempt from the lineup either – fans can look forward to watching “Sunday Night Football” featuring NFL games throughout the season.

Among the new programs set to launch are the comedy “Grand Crew” from the creators of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” medical drama “La Brea,” adventure series “The Lost Symbol,” and “The Thing About Pam,” a true crime series based on the hit podcast.

Although concrete announcements for the primetime schedules of other major networks such as CBS, Fox, The CW, and ABC have not yet been made, viewers can expect these details to be unveiled shortly. Until then, with a mix of fan favorites, exciting new shows, and highly anticipated live events, NBC’s Fall 2023 line up showcases the network’s commitment to providing diverse and dynamic entertainment.

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