NBC has revealed its 2023-24 schedule, which sees Night Court anchoring a Tuesday comedy block and returning series Law & Order: Organized Crime and La Brea held for midseason.
On Mondays, The Voice kicks off premiere week for its 24th cycle at 8 p.m., leading into the debut of the brand-new high-stakes drama The Irrational, based on Dan Ariely’s Predictably Irrational and starring Jesse L. Martin, at 10 p.m.
Night Court moves to Tuesdays at 8 p.m., leading a comedy block that features the debut of Jon Cryer’s multi-cam Extended Family at 8:30 p.m. The Voice and Quantum Leap cap off the night.
The “One Chicago” lineup returns on Wednesdays, kicking off at 8 p.m. with Chicago Med, continuing with Chicago Fire and concluding with Chicago P.D.
Thursdays start with season 23 of Law & Order at 8 p.m., followed by the record-extending 25th season of Law & Order: SVU. The night wraps with the premiere of the all-new Shanola Hampton-led missing persons drama Found.
The Wall kicks things off at 8 p.m. on Fridays, followed by Dateline NBC.
Big Ten Saturday Night arrives in prime time on Saturdays, with NBC Sunday Night Football on Sunday nights.
Midseason brings two new unscripted shows to the lineup: an untitled America’s Got Talent series marks the next special edition of the successful franchise, and Deal or No Deal Island brings the iconic game to a private island for the biggest prize in series history.
Law & Order: Organized Crime is set for midseason, along with the return of La Brea, Magnum P.I. and Lopez vs. Lopez. Password, starring Jimmy Fallon and hosted by Keke Palmer, will be back with another round of the iconic game show. NBC will also debut an epic ten-part tentpole event series, The Americas, narrated by Tom Hanks with music by Hans Zimmer. In addition, the third and fourth seasons of the hospital drama Transplant will return to the network.
The comedies Non-Evil Twin and St. Denis Medical and dramas Wolf and an untitled project by Jenna Bans and Bill Krebs have been picked up to pilot, with decisions yet to be made on series greenlights. Decisions are yet to be made on American Auto, Grand Crew and Young Rock.