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):

View Photo Gallery: Fox, NBC, CBS and the CW announced the new television shows coming to these networks this fall last week. Michael J. Fox, Blair Underwood, Sean Hayes and Andy Samberg return to the small screen, while J.J. Abrams and Bill Lawrence put their creative powers behind two new shows.