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2024 Midseason TV Schedule—All the Network Premiere Dates You Need to Know About

2024 Midseason TV Schedule—All the Network Premiere Dates You Need to Know About



TV is baaaack!

2024 is almost upon us and with it comes all the new and returning network TV you’ve been waiting for since the strikes (both WGA and SAG-AFTRA) ended. 

Your favorite thrillers, dramas and comedies will all be back in the new year—some earlier than others, as a few kick off right after the stroke of midnight while others mark their return following the big game aka the Super Bowl in February. Either way, we can all agree that new content of any kind is something that needs to be celebrated and appreciated. 

With further ado, we’ve gathered up the 2024 premiere dates for primetime TV networks ABC, The CW, NBC, CBS and FOX. 

Happy watching! 



Tuesday, Jan. 2
8 p.m.: Celebrity Jeopardy! (new time period) 
9 p.m.Only Murders in the Building (two hours, three episodes)

Monday, Jan. 22
8 p.m.: The Bachelor (two hours) 
10 p.m.20/20 (all-new limited edition true-crime series, title to be announced)

Wednesday, Feb. 7
8 p.m.: The Conners
8:30 p.m.: Not Dead Yet
9 p.m.: Abbott Elementary (one-hour premiere)
10 p.m.: Judge Steve Harvey

Sunday, Feb. 18
8 p.m.: American Idol (two hours)
10 p.m.: What Would You Do?

Tuesday, Feb. 20
8 p.m.: 
Will Trent
9 p.m.: The Rookie
10 p.m.: The Good Doctor

Thursday, March 14
8 p.m.:
9 p.m.: Grey’s Anatomy 
10 p.m.: Station 19


Saturday, December 23
8 p.m. ET/PT – Extended Family (Series premiere) 
8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Night Court (Special holiday episode) 

Monday, January 1
8 p.m. ET/PT – America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League (Series premiere) 

Tuesday, January 2 
8 p.m. ET/PT – Night Court (Time period premiere) 
8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Extended Family (Time period premiere) 

Tuesday, January 9
9 p.m. ET/PT – La Brea (Season premiere) 
10 p.m. ET/PT – Found (Final two episodes of season) 

Wednesday, January 17 
8 p.m. ET/PT – Chicago Med (Season premiere) 
9 p.m. ET/PT – Chicago Fire (Season premiere) 
10 p.m. ET/PT – Chicago P.D. (Season premiere) 

Thursday, January 18 
8 p.m. ET/PT – Law & Order (Season premiere) 
9 p.m. ET/PT – Law & Order: SVU (Season premiere) 
10 p.m. ET/PT – Law & Order: Organized Crime (Season premiere) 

Friday, January 19 
8 p.m. ET/PT – Transplant (Time period premiere) 

Monday, January 29 
10 p.m. ET/PT – The Irrational (Final four episodes of season begin) 

Monday, February 26 
8 p.m. ET/PT – The Voice (Season premiere, part 1) 
9:30 p.m. ET/PT – Deal or No Deal Island (Season premiere) 

Tuesday, February 27 
8 p.m. ET/PT – The Voice (Season premiere, part 2) 

Monday, March 4 
10 p.m. ET/PT – Deal or No Deal Island (Time period premiere)


The CW

Saturday, December 30
8-10 p.m. I Am Burt Reynolds (feature documentary)

Saturday, January 6
8-10 p.m. I Am Chris Farley (feature documentary)

Thursday, January 11
9:30-10 p.m. Children Ruin Everything (Season 3 premiere)

Saturday, January 13
8-10 p.m. I Am Paul Walker (feature documentary)

Monday, January 15
8-10 p.m. I Am Martin Luther King Jr. (feature documentary)

Wednesday, January 17
8-9 p.m. Wild Cards (series premiere)
9-10 p.m. Family Law (Season 3 premiere)

Thursday, January 25
8-8:30 p.m. Son of a Critch (Season 3 premiere)

Tuesday, February 20
8-10 p.m. Crime Nation (series premiere)



Sunday, Feb. 11

10 p.m. — Tracker (Premiere)

Monday, Feb. 12

8 p.m. — The Neighborhood (Season 6 premiere)

8:30 p.m. — Bob Hearts Abishola (Seaon 5 premiere)

9 p.m. — NCIS (Season 21 premiere)

10 p.m. — NCIS: Hawai’i (Season 3 premiere)

Tuesday, Feb. 13

8 p.m. — FBI (Season 6 premiere)

9 p.m.  — FBI: International (Season 3 premiere)

10 p.m. — FBI: Most Wanted (Season 5 premiere)

Thursday, Feb. 15

8 p.m. — Young Sheldon (Season 7 premiere)

8:30 p.m. — Ghosts (Season 3 premiere)

9 p.m. — So Help Me Todd (Season 2 premiere)

10 p.m. Tracker (Premiere encore)

Friday, Feb. 16

8 p.m.  — S.W.A.T. (Season 7 premiere)

9 p.m. — Fire Country (Season 2 premiere)

10 p.m.  — Blue Bloods (Season 14 premiere)

Sunday, Feb. 18

8 p.m. — The Equalizer (Season 4 premiere)

10 p.m. — CSI: Vegas (Season 3 premiere)

Wednesday, Feb, 28

8 p.m. — Survivor (Season 46 premiere)

Thursday, Feb. 29

10 p.m. — Elsbeth (Premiere)

Wednesday, March 13

9:30 p.m. — The Amazing Race (Season 36 premiere)



Tuesday, Jan. 2:                                                         

9-10 PM ET/PT — THE FLOOR (Series Premiere)

Wednesday, Jan. 3:

8-9 PM ET/PT — I CAN SEE YOUR VOICE (Season Premiere)
9-10 PM ET/PT — WE ARE FAMILY (Series Premiere)        

Sunday, Jan. 7:

8-8:30 PM ET/PT — GRIMSBURG (Special Preview) & LIVE TO ALL TIME ZONES
9-9:30 PM ET/PT — BOB’S BURGERS (New Episode)
9:30-10 PM ET/PT — THE GREAT NORTH (Season Premiere)

Mondays, beginning Jan. 22:

8-9 PM ET/PT — TMZ INVESTIGATES (Season Premiere)
9-10 PM ET/PT — AMERICA’S MOST WANTED (Season Premiere)

Sunday, Jan. 28:

10-11:10 PM ET/7-8:10 PM PT — NEXT LEVEL CHEF (Special Preview) LIVE TO ALL TIME ZONES

Thursdays, beginning Feb. 1:

809 PM ET/PT — NEXT LEVEL CHEF (Time Period Premiere)
9-10 PM ET/PT — FARMER WANTS A WIFE (Season Premiere)

Sundays, beginning Feb. 18:

8-8:30 PM ET/PT — THE SIMPSONS (New Episode)
8:30-9 PM ET/PT — KRAPOPOLIS (New Episode)
9-9:30 PM ET/PT — THE GREAT NORTH (Time Period Premiere)
9:30-10 PM ET/PT– GRIMSBURG (Time Period Premiere)

Tuesdays, beginning Mar. 5

8-9 PM ET/PT — THE CLEANING LADY (Season Premiere)

Wednesdays, beginning Mar. 6

8-9 PM ET/PT — THE MASKED SINGER (Season Premiere)
9-9:30 PM ET/PT — ANIMAL CONTROL (Season Premiere)
9:30-10 PM ET/PT — FAMILY GUY (Spring Premiere)

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During Amazon’s Upfront event on Tuesday, which was attended by writer Jenny Han, Lola Tung, Gavin Casaelgno and Christopher Briney, it was revealed that the highly-anticipated third installment of the series is being delayed, with an expected release next year in 2025. 

While that isn’t ideal for everyone waiting to see how this love triangle pans out (you should probably just read the book, if you haven’t, at this point), there is some good news on the horizon. 

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And even better—the series has already begun filming, which means that while there’s a wait, there’s also momentum and excitement. 

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I guess we’ll just have to wait and see! 

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In the snippet, Ava (Janelle James) calls Gregory (Tyler James Williams) “Jeremy Allen Black” after he whips out his muscular arms to try to convince her to loosen up on the new rules she’s introduced after spending the summer at Harvard. 

Someone said that the scene alone deserves an Emmy, adding, “writers are writing.”

That Jeremy Allen Black joke at the end. Yeah another banger semester incoming,” someone else quipped, as another added, “give quinta the emmy, pulitzer, all of them!”

Plenty more memes piled in on X (or what we all still call Twitter): 

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“Ok so if Jeremy Allen White is in this universe does that mean Ayo Edebiri is? And does Quinta think her sister looks like her?” another user pointed out. 

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The Originals and Blindspot actor will reportedly appear as a character named Dr. Mitch Ripley, described as an “early thirtysomething male Emergency Department doctor” with a past connection to Dr. Charles, played by Oliver Platt.

Word on the street is Ripley has a “troubled background,” which is why he crossed paths with Charles back in the day… and it seems like it might lead to some friction for the two. 

He will recur on the medical drama with the potential of being upgraded to a series-regular come season 10, likely pending the reaction from fans. 

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