There’s a new crime fighting team in town tonight!
Tonight’s episode of NBC’s The Blacklist – The Apothecary #59 – leads into the premiere of The Blacklist: Redemption – Leland Bray.
Where The Blacklist follows an FBI team acting on intel from world-class criminal Raymond Reddington, The Blacklist: Redemption follows a team of former criminals seeking redemption by tackling cases in which even governments might be unwilling to meddle.
The evening’s fun begins with The Blacklist at 9/8C and continues with The Blacklist: Redemption at 10/9C. Sneak peek videos follow…
Richard Curtis, writer/director, and several cast members from their hit movie Love Actually will reunite for Red Nose Day Actually, a short film to air on NBC’s Red Nose Day Special.
Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy, Andrew Lincoln and Rowan Atkinson are among the cast members who will take part. Red Nose Day Actually will be seen in the U.S. on May 25th, and in the UK on March 25th.
First dates are always rife with possibility; there are so many ways they can go – good and bad – that there’s an excitement that not many experiences can match.
Because of the romantic possibilities of first dates, Valentine’s Day seems the perfect time for NBC to announce the premiere of First Dates – an eight-episode ‘observational documentary series’ from executive producer Ellen DeGeneres – and narrated by Drew Barrymore.
First Dates looks at ‘a variety of real first dates happening over one night at the same restaurant in Chicago.’ The series premieres on Friday, April 7th (8/7C).
When NBC’s Little Big Shots returns, it will have a, shall we say unique, lineup of guests – a 4-year old worship leader, a 12-year old singing sensation, a 6-year old science whiz, a 6-year old basketball phenom and more.
Host Steve Harvey spotlights their achievements and even takes part in some the kids’ acts. Little big Shots returns on Sunday, March 5th (8/7C).
The third annual Red Nose Day special will air on NBC on May 25th.
Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign that raises money to aid children in poverty. It was created by award-winning writer-director Richard Curtis, (“Love Actually,” “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” “Notting Hill”), and has raised more than $1 billion globally in just over 25 years. In the two years it has been in effect in the U.S., it has raised $60 million.
Program details for the Red Nose Day special will be announced soon. More details on Red Nose Day can be found after the break.
The newest of Dick Wolf’s ‘One Chicago’ series, Chicago Justice, will be previewed on Wednesday, March 1st (10/9C) following new episodes of Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. – a crossover event that will introduce a storyline that flows seamlessly into the new series.
Chicago Justice will then premiere in its regular timeslot on Sunday, March 5th (9/8C). Details follow the jump.