All of the Shows Postponed for Super Tuesday Coverage
It's Super Tuesday, which means that many network favorites will be postponed for news coverage regarding the Democratic Primary race. This means favorites on channels like ABC, NBC and CBS will be reworked to make room for news from the many states voting in the primary today.
Below, we're revealing which shows won't be airing tonight, and when you can catch them next on TV.
Dramas This Is Us and New Amsterdam will both forgo airtime in order for NBC to cover the election news. Both shows will return at their regularly scheduled times of 9/8c and 10/9c on Tuesday, March 10. While the "New York, New York, New York" episode of This Is Us will feature the Pearsons taking a trip to the Big Apple, New Amsterdam's "Perspectives" episode will follow as Max (Ryan Eggold), Bloom (Janet Montgomery) and Reynolds (Jocko Sims) recount a patient encounter that could land them in hot water, among other things.
Fan favorite NCIS continues onto its second week off-air after last week's debate which was aired on CBS. This also kept FBI and FBI: Most Wanted off the air as well, and all three programs will be absent in the March 3 lineup. On Tuesday, March 10 they'll return for their regularly schedule periods with NCIS' "In a Nutshell" at 8/7c, FBI with "Broken Promises" at 9/8c and FBI: Most Wanted with "Ghosts" at 10/9c.
The network's lineup of The Conners (8/7c), Bless This Mess (8:30/7:30c), mixed-ish (9/8c), black-ish (9:30/8:30c) and For Life (10/9c) are all on a break this Tuesday. While they will resume airing next Tuesday, March 10, not all of them will air new episodes until the week after, March 17.
The comedy lineup will return with new installments at their regularly scheduled time on March 17 while For Life will resume March 10 with the episode "Marie." The following week, The Conners will return with "Beards, Trupples and Robots," Bless This Mess with "Pastor Paul," mixed-ish with "Parents Just Don't Understand," and black-ish with "Best Supporting Husband."