Powerless, a comedy that follows Emily Locke as she begins work as Director of Research & Development for Wayne Security, a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises, and The Blacklist: Redemption – in which the world’s most elusive criminals from Red Reddington’s infamous Blacklist come together to form an elite mercenary team as they try to regain their self-worth after a lifetime of inflicting damage on the world – are the feature attractions on NBC’s mid-season schedule.
Also new are comedies Trial & Error and Great News, and One Chicago series, Chicago Justice.
First season hit Little Big Shots and the second season of Jennifer Lopez’s cop drama Shades of Justice begins its second season.
Strangely absent from the schedule at the moment: the sixth and final season of Grimm.
Read on for series descriptions and premiere dates.
The CW has announced its mid-season schedule and the timeslots they are a-changing…
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow shifts to Tuesdays at 9/8C beginning January 24th; Supernatural moves up an hour to lead into the network’s new, subversive take on Archie, Riverdale, on Thursday, January 26th.
Season four of The 100 premieres on Wednesday, February 1st; Reign begins its fourth season on Friday, February 10th, The Originals’ third season premieres on Friday, March 17th and iZombie’s third season premieres on Tuesday, April 4th.
Finally, The Vampire Diaries concludes its eight-season run on Friday, March 10th.
Read on for The CW’s mid-season schedule – with premiere dates and key moves.