NBC released video clips and previews of the network’s new fall shows — first up, “The Blacklist,” which has landed the cushy post- “Voice” spot on the schedule.
“The Blacklist” (Mondays at 10): This stars James Spader as one of the FBI’s most-wanted criminals, who decides to help the agency track down a terrorist...but only if he can work with a certain agent, a young female profiler who just started her first day on the job.
“Ironside” (Wednesdays at 10): Blair Underwood stars as paralyzed, wheelchair-bound NYPD Det. Robert Ironside — the role was played by Raymond Burr in the original series from the 70s.
“Welcome to the Family” (Thursdays at 8:30): A graduating high school senior discovers she’s pregnant, and she and her boyfriend decide to get married — which sets in motion a “crash course in culture blending” as their two very different families must come together.
“Sean Saves the World” (Thursdays at 9): Multi-cam comedy, Sean Hayes stars as a divorced, gay dad whose 14-year-old daughter moves in with him full-time.
“The Michael J. Fox Show” (Thursdays at 9:30): Semi-autobiographical comedy starring Fox as a husband and dad of three kids in New York, as he struggles with living with Parkinson’s disease.
“Dracula” (Fridays at 8):