Can’t wait for fall? Us either! On Sunday, May 10, NBC announced its fall lineup, including the returning series, new shows to look forward to, and even the midseason comedies and dramas to expect.
NBC’s biggest shows like The Voice and The Blacklist stayed consistent in their schedules, but others switched things up again. The network also had to make room for its fall newcomers.
To help you decipher NBC’s newest and returning shows, Us Weekly made an easy-to-access guide to help you make your fall TV plans.
New Fall 2015 Shows:
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris: It will include stunts, skits, pranks, audience interaction, musical numbers, giveaways and unlimited surprises.
Blindspot: A mysterious drama from Greg Berlanti, one of TV’s most prolific executive producers.
Heroes Reborn: The return of the supernatural phenomenon from Heroes creator Tim Kring that examines a new group of ordinary citizens with extraordinary abilities.
Heartbreaker: Starring Melissa George as a fearless doctor inspired by real-life renowned surgeon Dr. Kathy Magliato, who always fights authority to ensure the best for her patients.
The Player: Starring Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester as a former military operative turned security agent drawn into a high-stakes game in a Las Vegas-set thriller.
People Are Talking: From executive producer Will Packer (Ride Along) about two diverse couples who talk and share their sometimes surprising, but relatable, everyday experiences.
Debra Messing on The Mysteries of Laura.
Credit: Courtesy of Eric Liebowitz/NBC
Fall 2015-2016 Schedule:
8-10 p.m. — The Voice
10-11 p.m. — Blindspot
8-9 p.m. — The Voice
9-10 p.m. — Heartbreaker
10-11 p.m. — Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris (through November)
10-11 p.m. — Chicago Fire (premieres in November)
8-9 p.m. — The Mysteries of Laura
9-10 p.m. — Law & Order: SVU
10-11 p.m. — Chicago P.D.
8-9 p.m. — Heroes Reborn
9-10 p.m. — The Blacklist
10-11 p.m. — The Player
8-8:30 p.m. — Undateable
8:30-9 p.m. — People Are Talking
9-10 p.m. — Grimm
10-11 p.m. — Dateline
New Midseason Shows:
Crowded: From Hot in Cleveland creator Suzanne Martin, looks at a couple (Carrie Preston, True Blood and Patrick Warburton, Seinfeld) who are truly enjoying their empty nest after the kids have moved away, only to have them move back home again.
Little Big Shots: Hosted by Steve Harvey and features extraordinarily talented kids. The show is executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey.
Game of Silence: From CSI veteran Carol Mendelsohn and David Hudgins (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights), in which three childhood friends reunite 25 years later to right the wrongs of the past.
Chicago Med: The newest installment of NBC’s highly successful Chicago franchise from multi-Emmy Award winner and TV icon Dick Wolf.
Shades of Blue: Starring Jennifer Lopez in which she plays a single mother and New York cop who is forced to work with the FBI and must betray her own on-the-job brothers.
The Reaper: A miniseries based on the best-selling memoir by Sgt. Nicholas Irving, a decorated African-American sniper who was deployed in Afghanistan for 100 days.
Superstore: Stars America Ferrera (Ugly Betty) as a supervisor in a big-box megastore who works with a rag-tag crew that doesn’t always put the customer first.
You, Me and the End of the World: One-hour series with Rob Lowe, Megan Mullally and Jenna Fischer, about an unlikely group of unconnected characters trying to find shelter when an apocalyptic event is threatening the existence of Earth.
Hot & Bothered: Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives) stars in as the lead in a telenovela in which she plays a woman grappling with life and romance.
Coach: Craig T. Nelson reprises his role as Hayden Fox, this time to help his son with a fledgling Ivy League football team.
Tell Us: Which show are you most excited for in the upcoming season?