After slotting in Community, Chicago PD and Hannibal‘s second season, NBC has finally pinned down the rest of their midseason schedule. Just as the network did in fall 2012, they will be using the back end of their Olympics coverage as a launch pad for the new entries.
Up first is comedy About A Boy which will debut behind NBC’s Olympics coverage on Friday February 21st at 10:30pm and launch in its regular time-slot on Tuesday February 25th at 9pm. Next is Growing Up Fisher, which will premiere during the Olympics on Sunday February 23rd at 10:30pm, before moving to its regular time-slot on Tuesday February 25th at 9:30pm.
On the drama side of things, JJ Abrams’ Believe launches with a special preview on Monday March 10th at 10pm, before moving to its regular time-slot on Sunday March 16th at 9pm. Lastly, the Gillian Anderson starrer Crisis will premiere on Sunday March 16th at 10pm, following the time-slot premiere of Believe.
Full Details Of NBC’s Midseason Schedule Follows Below:
Friday, February 21st
10:30/9:30c – About A Boy (Special Preview)
Sunday, February 23rd
10:30/9:30c – Growing Up Fisher (Special Preview)
Tuesday, February 25th
9/8c – About A Boy (Time-Slot Premiere)
9:30/8:30c – Growing Up Fisher (Time-Slot Premiere)
Monday, March 10th
10/9c – Believe (Special Preview)
Sunday, March 16th
9/8c – Believe (Time-Slot Premiere)
10/9c – Crisis
Sunday, March 23rd
8/7c – American Dream Builders