NewsNBC Fall Schedule 2023: Lineup and Series Delayed Due to Strike

NBC Fall Schedule 2023: Lineup and Series Delayed Due to Strike

NBC announces fall 2023 lineup, featuring shows that were delayed due to the COVID pandemic and production setbacks
– “A Little Late with Lilly Singh” will be replaced by a new, yet-to-be-named late-night series
– The fall lineup includes returning series like “The Voice,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.,” and “Chicago Med”

NBC has disclosed its fall 2023 schedule, accommodating series that experienced delays due to COVID-related production setbacks. The upcoming roster includes returning shows like “The Voice,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.,” and “Chicago Med,” as well as various new additions.

The network’s 2023 lineup also addresses a major late-night lineup change. Former host of “A Little Late with Lilly Singh,” Lilly Singh, exited the program last year to focus on other opportunities. In her place, a new show has been slated to fill the 1:30 am late-night slot, but the title and host remain under wraps.

Mondays will continue to present a strong lineup, commencing with “The Voice” and followed by the new series “Vanishing Triangle.” On Tuesdays, “Chicago Fire” fans can rejoice as the show returns alongside “Chicago P.D.” and “Chicago Med,” forming a well-received block of dramas.

Wednesday nights are set to kick off with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s “Young Rock,” followed by an as-yet-untitled pilot about dating life told through the perspectives of different age groups. Another new show, “Law and Order: Bloodlines,” joins a long-running crime series lineup including “Law and Order” and “Law and Order: SVU” to close out the night.

Kenan Thompson juggles duties as a single father and a popular morning news show host on the returning show “Kenan,” which airs Thursday nights along with another new addition, “Chef Stash.” Following that, viewers can expect the poignant comedy “Daylight Saving” and a to-be-announced fourth show.

The weekend features another fresh arrival: “Division One,” a series about a female college soccer team competing for the national championship. Wrapping up the Sunday lineup, “The Marriage Ref” will be reprised, assuring an entertaining end to the weekend.

Overall, NBC’s 2023 fall schedule promises a blend of returning fan favorites and fresh series bound to captivate audiences, in addition to ushering in a new era of late-night programming.

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