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NBC's fall lineup will bump The Sing-Off up to the fall from its previous December berth and will hold The Voice and 30 Rock for midseason.

Going into its third season, The Sing-Off will be paired with the new drama The Playboy Club, which will air Mondays at 10/9c. The second of NBC's three new dramas, Prime Suspect, will premiere Thursdays at 10/9c, following NBC's two-hour comedy block. Whitney, from comedian Whitney Cummings, will take over the valuable post-Office time slot at 9:30/8:30c, bumping Parks and Recreation to 8:30/7:30c.

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In one of its bigger moves, NBC will launch a new comedy block on Wednesdays with Up All Night at 8/7c and Free Agents at 8:30/7:30c. Harry's Law will follow, relocating to Wednesday at 9/8c. Law & Order: SVU will round out the evening at 10/9c.

The network is also pushing Chuck to a new night — Fridays at 8/7c — for its fifth and final season. The new fairy-tale-themed drama Grimm will follow at 9/8c.

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Tuesdays will remain the same, with Biggest Loser airing at 8/7c and Parenthood at 10/9c.

Besides The Voice and 30 Rock, NBC will also premiere Smash and The Firm during midseason. The Voice and Smash will be paired together on Monday nights. Once football season is over, The Firm will air Sundays at 10/9c after Celebrity Apprentice at 8/7c.

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Several new programs have yet to be scheduled, including Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, Bent, Awake and Best Friends Forever.

NBC's fall lineup:

8 p.m. The Sing-Off
10 p.m. The Playboy Club

8-10 p.m. Biggest Loser
10 p.m. Parenthood

8 p.m. Up All Night
8:30 p.m. Free Agents
9 p.m. Harry's Law
10 p.m. Law & Order: SVU

8 p.m. Community
8:30 p.m. Parks and Recreation
9 p.m. The Office
9:30 p.m. Whitney
10 p.m. Prime Suspect

8 p.m. Chuck
9 p.m. Grimm
10 p.m. Dateline

7 p.m. Football Night in America
8:15 p.m. NBC Sunday Night Football