NBC has announced its programming for the upcoming 2023/2024 season, including returning series Chicago Fire, Law & Order: SVU, Night Court, The Voice, and more. Also, NBC will feature fan-favorite event programming and a new night of Big Ten football.
The primetime line-up features three new series set to premiere in the Fall. The two new dramas are The Irrational, starring Jesse L. Martin, and Found, starring Shonala Hampton. Extended Family is a new multi-cam comedy starring Jon Cryer.
The Americas, a new tentpole event series coming to NBC in the Spring of 2024, will be narrated by Tom Hanks, with music by Hans Zimmer. New unscripted shows Deal or No Deal Island and Untiled America's Got Talent Series will premiere midseason.
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Along with those new additions to NBC's programming, the network renewed the comedy series Lopez vs Lopez and the game show Password for sophomore seasons. They will return to the small screen with NBC's midseason schedule, including Law & Order: Organized Crime, Magnum P.I., and La Brea.
Alternatively, the network has yet to decide on American Auto, Young Rock, and Grand Crew.
NBC also announced that the following projects had been picked up to pilot with decisions yet to be made on series greenlights: comedies Non-Evil Twin and St. Denis Medical, and dramas Wolf and the untitled pilot from Jenna Bans and Bill Krebs.
If picked up to series, these pilots could be possibilities for NBC's later programming in the 2023/2024 season, or they could roll over to the 2024/2025 season.