The Jay Leno Show will debut on Sept. 14, NBC announced Tuesday. The show will air Monday through Friday at 10 pm/ET, eating up one-third of the Peacock's once-valuable prime time programming space.
Among the shows affected by the resulting schedule shuffle are Law & Order; SVU, which moves to Wednesdays at 9, and the original Law & Order, which unspools its record-tying 20th season on Fridays at 8. (See our full fall TV grid here for more details.)
Tonight Show successor Conan O'Brien will have 15 weeks of Leno-free air to get his footing with viewers. O'Brien's show premiered Monday, delivering the talker's best Monday night ratings in four years.
Will you follow Jay to the 10 pm timeslot?
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