The 2018-2019 season of television shows are going strong on NBC and there are a few new NBC shows in the lineup. If you are looking for a new show to binge or want to catch up on some of the network’s biggest hits at present time, you’ve come to the right place.
We’ve created a list of shows that are currently on NBC or coming to the network in November. There’s something for every taste and every timeslot!
Blind Spot has been on NBC for four seasons, but you may not have heard of it if you don’t watch television Friday nights. Blind Spot is about a woman who is found naked in Times Square with no memories of her past or who she is.
However, her body is covered in intricate tattoos that can only have some link to the past. The show is about the FBI’s journey to find out what the tattoos mean, and expose a larger conspiracy of crime. The show airs Fridays at 8/7c on NBC.
The Good Place
The Good Place is a half-hour comedy series that will have you laughing and possibly reflecting on your own life. The Good Place is about a town where everyone goes through once they have passed away.
But when one person shows up who shouldn’t be there, something has to be done. Her name matches, but she’s the wrong person. What will happen? Well, the show is currently in its third season, but you should tune in on Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c to see if this show is something for you.
I Feel Bad
I Feel Bad is a brand new comedy on NBC. The pilot aired on September 19, so you can easily catch up on this 30-minute comedy. The show is about Emet, who strives to be the perfect mother, boss, wife, friend and daughter. But as you may have guessed, no one is perfect and she’s trying to keep everything together.
Many people may be able to relate to how Emet handles situations in her life, including when she dreams about someone other than her husband or how she ignores her children in public when they misbehave. You can watch I Feel Bad on Thursdays at 9:30/8:30c.
Manifest is also a show that is currently on the first season. Manifest is about Montego Air Flight 828 that lands safely after a turbulent flight. While the passengers were in the air, the world has aged five years, causing their families and friends to move on with their lives. They have mourned, grieved, and moved on.
If you watched Lost, this may be the show for you. The show airs on Mondays at 10/9c.
Charlaine Harris’ Midnight Texas
Midnight Texas is a drama meets fantasy meets mystery! If you are a fan of the supernatural, this may be the show for you.
Midnight Texas is about a small town where vampires, witches, psychics, and hit men are considered normal. An idyllic place for outsiders, it is also a target for unruly biker gangs, police officers and sketchy newcomers. The show airs on Fridays at 9/8c.
If you are a fan of The Blacklist, another NBC show, then New Amsterdam might be your cup of tea. Even though the show falls in a different category, Ryan Eggold, who played Tom Keen on The Blacklist, is the main character on New Amsterdam.
He plays Dr. Max Goodwin, a brilliant and charming new medical director at America’s oldest public hospital. The show is about bureaucracy, and Max’s co-workers don’t believe he’s there to change the way things are done at the hospital.
It will be battle to change the minds within the hospital and get things done. The show airs Tuesdays at 10/9c.
This Is Us
This Is Us is one of those shows that has captured a nation. This award-winning show is currently on its third season and NBC has teased that this show is one that leaves viewers in tears. If you haven’t watched an episode, it’s not too late to get caught up.
The show is about the Pearson family, and it follows three siblings as they deal with adulthood, family issues, relationships and much more. The show jumps in time, so the plot continues to evolve. This Is Us airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on NBC.
The NBC prime time lineup is pretty solid right now. With plenty of dramas, comedies and even a supernatural thriller on the schedule, there’s something for everyone. What will you be watching on NBC?