NBC has unveiled premiere dates for its fall 2019 shows, and you should probably clear your schedule in late September.

Kicking things off on Monday, Sept. 23, The Voice will return for Season 17, this time without long-time coach Adam Levine, who recently announced he was quitting the show. While you're pouring one out for the OG coach, don't forget to pop open some bubbly to celebrate the arrival of Bluff City Law, a spicy new legal drama set in Memphis, Tennessee, and starring small-screen legend Jimmy Smits.

This Is Us will continue to be the network's harbinger of tears and bring all new drama on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Meanwhile, One Chicago will continue its reign over Wednesday nights beginning with Chicago Med onSept. 25 at 8/7c. It will be followed by Chicago Fire at 9/8c and Chicago P.D. at 10/9c.

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Elsewhere, Mike Schur's forking great comedy The Good Place will kick off its fourth and final season on Thursday, 26 at 9/8c, while Law & Order: Special Victims Unit heads into its historic 21st season at 10/9c. If you're a fan of of The Blacklist, though, you'll have to wait until the next week. The show returns Friday, Oct. 4 at 8/7c.

See the full list of NBC's Fall 2019 premiere dates below. New shows are in ALL CAPS.

Monday, Sept. 23
8/7: The Voice
10/9c: BLUFF CITY LAW

Tuesday, Sept. 24
8/7c: The Voice
9/8c: This Is Us
10/9c: New Amsterdam

Wednesday, Sept. 25
8/7c: Chicago Med
9/8c: Chicago Fire
10/9: Chicago P.D.

Thursday, Sept. 26
8/7c: Superstore
8:30/7:30c: PERFECT HARMONY
9/8c: The Good Place
9:30/8:30c: SUNNYSIDE
10/9c: Law & Order: SVU

Friday, Sept. 27
8/7c: BLUFF CITY LAW
9/8c: Dateline NBC

Friday, Oct. 4
8/7c: The Blacklist