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NBC Announces 2013 Fall Premiere Dates

June 22, 2013 (2:51 am) GMT
'The Michael J. Fox Show' gets a one-hour premiere, while 'Dracula' will debut in late October.

It's the first day of summer, but NBC has already prepped for the fall season. The network has released the premiere dates of its 2013 fall programs, with "" leading the line-up. The hit singing competition series will return with its original judges in a two-hour premiere on September 23, followed by new show "" at 10 P.M.

Most of the network's shows, including the new season of "" and "", as well as new comedy "", will debut during the traditional premiere week, which starts from September 23 until September 29. The -starring sitcom will get a double-episode debut on September 26, being sandwiched between old players "" and "".

However, other freshmen like "", "" and "" get early-October premiere dates. ' "", meanwhile, is saved for a later date, on October 25 to be exact, immediately after the season 3 premiere of "".

Monday, September 23
8:00 P.M.: ""
10:00 P.M.: ""

Tuesday, September 24
10:00 P.M.: ""

Wednesday, September 25
8:00 P.M.: ""
9:00 P.M.: ""

Thursday, September 26
8:00 P.M.: ""
9:00 P.M.: ""
9:30 P.M.: ""
10:00 P.M.: ""

Friday, September 27
9:00 P.M.: ""

Wednesday, October 2
10:00 P.M.: ""

Thursday, October 3
8:30 P.M.: ""
9:00 P.M.: ""

Tuesday, October 8
8:00 P.M.: ""

Friday, October 25
9:00 P.M.: ""
10:00 P.M.: ""

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