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Fall TV: NBC Sets Premiere Dates For ‘Blacklist,’ ‘Voice’ and More

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The Voice

The Peacock network revealed its 2014 all lineup earlier today.

The second season premiere of NBC’s “The Blacklist” debuts Mon., Set 22 following the season premiere of “The Voice.” “The Voice” later moves to its regular time slot on Tues., Oct 14.

Meanwhile, new series “Constantine” doesn’t bow out until October 24, following “Grimm” season debut.

Check out the premiere dates below.

Thursday, Sept. 4

8:00-11:00      SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

Sunday, Sept. 7

7:00-8:20        FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA

8:20-11:30      SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

 Thursday, Sept. 11

8:00-10:00      THE BIGGEST LOSER

 Monday, Sept. 22

8:00-10:00      THE VOICE

10:00-11:00    THE BLACKLIST

 Tuesday, Sept. 23

8:00-10:00      THE VOICE

10:00-11:00    CHICAGO FIRE

 Wednesday, Sept. 24

8:00-9:00        THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA

9:00-10:00      LAW & ORDER: SVU

10:00-11:00    CHICAGO P.D.

Thursday, Sept. 25

10:00-11:00    PARENTHOOD

Friday, Sept. 26

9:00-11:00      DATELINE NBC

Thursday, Oct. 2

8:00-9:00        THE BIGGEST LOSER (TIME PERIOD PREMIERE)

9:00-9:30        BAD JUDGE

9:30-10:00      A TO Z

Tuesday, Oct. 14

8:00-9:00        THE VOICE (TIME PERIOD PREMIERE)

9:00-9:30        MARRY ME

9:30-10:00      ABOUT A BOY

 Friday, Oct. 24

8:00-9:00        DATELINE NBC (TIME PERIOD PREMIERE)

9:00-10:00      GRIMM

10:00-11:00    CONSTANTINE

 Monday, Nov. 17

10:00-11:00    STATE OF AFFAIRS

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‘Bones’ Likely to be Renewed For a Tenth Season, Netflix Renews ‘Lilyhammer’ And More!

FOBonesX’s crime procedural “Bones” is likely to be renewed for a tenth season,  Fox chairman Kevin Reilly said at the Television Critics Association press tour. “We’re negotiating on “Bones” for another season I anticipate it will be back,” Reilly said.

Michelle Forbes is heading to “Orphan Black” in a multiple episode arc. Forbes, who recently appeared on “Chicago Fire,” will play Marian Bowles,” a powerful new player at the Dyad Institute with a birds-eye view on the war between Sarah and Rachel.” [TVLine]

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s variety show, “HITRECORD On TV” has been renewed for a second season ahead of the series debut.

HBO has released a trailer of ‘Game of Thrones’ forthcoming fourth season. Before the season premiere read all about the new characters here.

Netflix renews “Lilyhammer” for a third season.

“Glee” set is moving to “New York.” [EW]

Jack Bauer’s “24 Live Another Day” premieres May 5 on FOX. If you can’t wait for the show, get some spoilers here.

‘Revolution’ Casts Rachel’s Dad And More Casting News

Stephen Collins Heads to Revolution

“7th Heaven” alum joins the “Revolution.”

According to TVLine, Stephen Collins has been cast to play Rachel’s father on “Revolution.”

“[He] brings an entirely new perspective on her, her upbringing,” executive producer Rockne S. O’Bannon told TVGuide during Comic-con. “He’s a very important part of the world we got to inhabit in the first part of the season.”

Meanwhile, Nicole Ari Parker has been booked in a recurring role as a “bright” Secretary Justine Allenford, according to Deadline.

“Revolution” returns Wed.,  Sept. 25 at 8/7c.

More casting news…

Naveen Andrews has been cast in a recurring role. “Lost” alum will play Jafar, the villain in Disney’s 1992 film Aladdin in “Once Upon A Time In Wonderland.”

“Alias” alum Michael Vartan will play Norma’s romantic interest for “Bates Motel” forthcoming season in a recurring role.  [TVLine]

Sean Maguire has been cast to replace Tom Ellis as Robin Hood on “Once Upon A Time.”  [EW]

Amy Acker, who stars as Roots has been promoted to series regular ahead of “Person of Interest’s” season 3. [EW]

Michelle Forbes, “‘The Killing” vet will recur on “Chicago Fire.” Forbes will play Gail McLeod, a high-ranking consultant with the State Fire Marshal’s office. [TVLine.]

Fall TV: NBC Fall Schedule Debuts With ‘The Voice,’ ‘Blacklist’ And ‘Revolution’

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The Peacock network is the second network to unveil its fall schedule.

“The Voice’ returns with the original coaches: Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton on September 23, followed by the series debut of NBC new series “The Blacklist,” which stars James Spader.

CBS 2013-2014 Premiere Dates Revealed: ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Final Season Debuts With A Special Hour-long Premiere

Post-apocalyptic series “Revolution” moves to a new night and time beginning Wednesday, Sept. 25. And “Parenthood” forthcoming is set to debut Thurs., Sept 26 at 10/9 p.m.

Check out the full schedule below.

Mon., Sept. 23

7/8 p.m. “The Voice” (two-hour premiere)

10/9 p.m. “The Blacklist” (series debut)

Tues., Sept. 24

“The Voice”

10/9 p.m. “Chicago Fire”

Wed., Sept. 25

8/7 p.m. “Revolution” (new time)

9/8 p.m. “Law & Order: SVU” (two-hour premiere)

Thurs., Sept. 26

8/7 p.m. “Parks and Recreation” (hour-long premiere)

9/8 p.m. “The Michael J. Fox Show” (back-to-back episodes)

10/9 p.m. “Parenthood”

Fri., Sept. 27

9/8 p.m. “Dateline NBC” (two-hour episodes)

Wed., Oct. 2

10/9 p.m. “Ironside” (series premiere)

Thurs., Oct. 3

8:30/7:30 p.m. “Welcome to the Family” (series debut)

9/8 p.m. “Sean Saves the World” (series premiere)

Fri., Oct. 25

9/8 p.m. “Grimm”

10/9 p.m. “Dracula” (series debut)

Tues., Oct. 8

8/7 p.m. “The Biggest Loser” (hour-long premiere)

Bradley Whitford Heads to ‘Go On’ And More Casting News

“Go On” is staging a “Studio 60” reunion.

Bradley Whitford will appear in an upcoming episode of “Go On.” Matthew Perry announced the casting, Wednesday via Twitter.

“Working with Bradley Whitford again is so much fun. I mean, I wish we weren’t in a hot tub together, but you can’t ask for everything,” Perry tweeted.

More casting news…

“Married With Children” alum David Faustino will appear on “Modern Family” as Claire’s old classmate. [THR]

“Battlestar Galactica” vet James Callis has been cast to guest-star in an upcoming episode of “Arrow.” Callis will play a nefarious jewel thief called The Dodger. [TVGuide]

Shane McRae has been tapped to appear on “Chicago Fire” in a recurring role. The “Four Kings” will play Eric Whaley, a high-octane firefighter who has a history with one of the rescuers. [TVLine]

John Stamos and Mark Consuelos are joining “The New Normal.” Stamos is playing a co-worker of Jane, who finds his sexuality being questioned by the foul-mouthed grandma. While, Consuelos will appear as a grip on the “Glee”-style show created by Andrew Rannells’ character, and will find himself as the object of Rocky’s affections. [EW].

Chloe Bennett has joined the “S.H.I.E.L.D.” cast. Bennett, who recurs on “Nashville” will play Skye, a superhero obsessed, confident woman in “S.H.I.E.L.D.’s” pilot. [THR]

‘Everwood’ Vet Heads to ‘Chicago Fire’ And More Casting News

“Everwood” alum Treat Williams is joining “Chicago Fire.”

According to TV Guide, Williams will play Benny Severide, the father of Lt. Severide (Taylor Kinney). Benny is described as a “tough guy who also used to work as a fireman.” Williams has been cast to appear in multiple episodes.

“Chicago Fire” airs Wednesdays on NBC.

More casting news …

British actor Oliver Kieran-Jones is heading to “Glee” in a recurring role. The “Episodes” actor has been tapped to play the new head of the glee club at NYADA and a potential love interest for Kurt. [TVLine]

“24” alum will appear on “Once Upon a Time.” Gregory Itzin is set to play Dr. Whale/Frankenstein’s (David Anders) father, Alphonse. [TVLine]

Mary Grill has been cast in a recurring role as Maggie, Mindy’s tomboyish, confident, party girl friend from college in “The Mindy Project.” [TVLine]

“Jane By Design” actor David Clayton Rogers will appear as Gunnar’s ex on ABC drama series “Nashville.” [THR]

NBC Orders Full Season of ‘Chicago Fire’

“Chicago Fire” has been picked up for a full season.

The peacock has ordered a full of the new drama series “Chicago Fire,” NBC announced Thursday.

NBC Picks Up ‘Go On,’ ‘Revolution’ And ‘The New Normal’ For Full Seasons

Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment said in statement: “We all love this thrilling new drama with its sexy breakout cast. We are excited to see it gaining traction on our schedule. Executive producer Dick Wolf and all the producers have done an amazing job developing a high-stakes series with lots of great heroic characters whose exploits are depicted in Dick’s typically epic storytelling style. We are incredibly invested in this one and can’t wait to hear about their plans for the rest of the season.”

“Chicago Fire” which stars Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and Eamonn Walker has been averaging a 2.4 rating, 7 share in adults 18-49 and 8.0 million viewers overall, according to NBC.

“Chicago Fire” airs Wednesdays on Nbc at 10/9c.

‘Fairly Legal’ Cancelled After Two Seasons

Fairly Legal Cancelled

“Fairly Legal” has been cancelled. USA network has dropped the series after two seasons.

‘Suits,’ ‘White Collar’ & ‘Necessary Roughness’ Return Dates Announced

“Sarah Shahi is undoubtedly a star and we’re thrilled she’ll be joining our sister network NBC on “Chicago Fire,” USA network said in a statement to Deadline.“We are proud of “Fairly Legal” and thank the very talented cast and crew for two fantastic seasons.”

Shahi has booked a multi-episode arc on “Chicago Fire as Renee, Taylor Kinney’s Lt. Kelly Severide’s love interest.

Fellow USA’s drama ‘Common Law” has also been cancelled.

‘Revolution’ Taps a ‘Taken’ Actor And More Casting News

Leland Orser joins revolution

NBC’s “Revolution” cast “Taken” and “Sons of Anarchy” actors.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Leland Orser, who starred in the “Taken” franchise has been tapped to play John Samborn on the drama series. Samborn is described as a “tense scientist who loves to build weapons.”

Meanwhile, “Sons of Anarchy” actor Patrick St. Esprit, will play a tough rebel leader, named Wayne Ramsey, EW reports.

Both actors are join the series in possible recurring roles.

“Revolution” airs Mondays, at 10 p.m. on NBC.

More casting news…

Sarah Shahi, “Fairly Legal” actress has booked a multi-episode arc on NBC’s “Chicago Fire” as Renee, a new love interest for Taylor Kinney’s character. [TV Guide]

Fred Willard is heading to “Hot In Cleveland.” Willard willcali play Dr. Thomas Hill, Georgia Engel’s character’s old love interest. [THR]

Mark Deklin (“GCB”) has been cast to replace Chris Wiehl On “Castle.” [TVLine]

Chloe Sevigny will star as a workaholic detective named Catherine on the A&E pilot “Those Who Kill.” [THR]

Grant Gustin, (“Glee”) is “90210” bound. Gustin has joined The CW drama for a multi-episode arc as Campbell, a hunky college student from a rich background. [THR]

“Dark Knight” actress Monique Curnen will play Agent Tamsin Wade, who is working in the gang division of CBI on “The Mentalist.” [EW]

Jason Beghe has joined “Last Resort.” The “Californication” actor will play an ex-Navy SEAL on the ABC drama. [THR]

‘The Following’ Books Mike Colter & Warren Kole And More Casting News

Mike Colter Joins The Following

Mike Colter has joined Fox’s “The Following”

According to TVLine, “Ringer” alum will star as FBI agent Nick Donovan, who is brought in to supervise Joe Carroll’s (played by James Purefoy) case and Agent Hardy.

Also recurring on the thriller series is Warren Kole, TVLine reports. Kole, who starred on USA’s “Common Law” as Wes has been cast in “The Following.”

Kole will play a loyal servant of Joe Carroll, named Roderick.

‘The Following’ will premiere Mon., Jan. 21 at 9/8c p.m.

More casting news…

Kathleen Quinlan (“Apollo 13”) has joined “Chicago Fire” in a multi-episode arc as Lt. Matthew Casey’s (Jesse Spencer) mother. [THR]

Joe Mazzello has joined “Justified” in a recurring role. Mazzello will recur in a multi-episode arc as a preacher who has saved the lives of drug addicts. [Deadline]

Nancy Lee Grahn (“The General Hospital’) will guest star as a rich divorcee, Samantha Voss on “Castle.” [TVLine]

“Army Wives'” Sterling K. Brown has been cast on “Person Of Interest. Brown will play a narcotics detective Cal Beecher in a recurring role. [Deadline]

Kyle Harris has been tapped to play a college freshman, who dates Mouse, Carrie’s friend in a recurring role in “The Carrie Diaries.”  [THR]