NBC network has finally announced their fall line-up that will start off on September 25. The network begins with “The Voice” season 13 as the series introduces its new coach Jennifer Hudson, who will work alongside Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Miley Cyrus. Following the reality show is the new military drama series entitled “The Brave.”

On September 26, the second season of the breakout hit “This Is Us” is set to return in its original timeslot on Tuesday at 9 pm. It can be recalled that before this final air date, NBC previously decided to move the season 2 premiere on Thursday with the same timeslot.

Instead, the said schedule was given to the new season of “Will & Grace.” According to Deadline, the American sitcom has held the said time slot for over eight years, and now their comeback is something fans anticipate.

‘The Voice’ to air a three-night premiere

The earlier source revealed that the singing competition series would premiere for three consecutive days, Monday to Wednesday. In result, “BlacklistSeason 5’s debut was pushed until October 4. While the network kept Friday, 8 pm slot for the additional sampling of its new shows, “Blindspot” season 3 ended up getting the said hour on October 27. This circumstance usually happens at the beginning of each season.

In addition to Tuesday roster is “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders” at 10 pm.

Following “The Voice” on Wednesday, “Law & Order: SVU” will air at 9 pm and “Chicago P.D.” at 10 pm. On Thursday, viewers can watch “Superstore” at 8 pm, “The Good Place” at 8:30 PM, “Will & Grace” at 9 pm; “Great News” at 9:30 pm and “Chicago Fire” at 10 pm. Moreover, Friday night of September 29 kicks off with “Dateline NBC.”

Networks release fall lineup!

Before NBC’s announcement, CBS was the first network to reveal their fall 2017 list of premiere dates.

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Staying true to their tradition, the new lineup was rolled out during the first week. The network will release the prequel of hit series “Big Bang Theory,” entitled “Young Sheldon.”

The latter is set to have an exclusive debut on Sept. 25 at 8:30 pm, which is only behind the original series as the former’s 11th season premieres at 8 pm.

The long-running series “NCIS” Season 15 will also air on Sept. 26 at 8 pm while its spinoff entitled “NCIS: New Orleans” season 4 took the 10 pm slot.

Furthermore, there are certainly lots of shows to look forward this fall. Watch out for more updates!