NBC's fall lineup premieres staggered over three weeks

June 22, 2013 at 11:47 AM

HOLLYWOOD, June 22 (UPI) -- NBC announced it is launching its fall lineup during Premiere Week in September and will stagger the start of some shows into October.

"The Blacklist" and a 2-hour premiere of "The Voice" will get NBC's fall lineup started Sept. 23, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.

During that same week, "The Michael J. Fox Show" will launch with two back-to-back episodes alongside "Parks and Recreation" and "Parenthood" Sept. 26. "Chicago Fire" beings Sept. 24, and "Revolution" and "Law & Order: SVU" return Sept. 25.

Premiere Week is capped off Sept. 27 with the launch of "Dateline NBC."

Shows premiering in October include "Ironside" Oct. 2, "Welcome to the Family" and "Sean Saves the World" Oct. 3, "The Biggest Loser" Oct. 8, and "Grimm" and "Dracula" Oct. 25, just before Halloween.

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