(NBC News) This week is a big one for the broadcast TV networks.
They’ll spend the next few days in New York showing off their plans for fall and trying to entice major national advertisers to spend their dollars with them.
NBC is first up. The network will tout its wares at Radio City Music Hall. Among them is “Blindspot”, a conspiracy thriller about a woman found in times square covered in tattoos, but no memory of how she got there, who she is or why an fbi agent’s name is one of the tattoos.
“Blindspot” will follow “The Voice” on Mondays.
Medical drama “Heartbreaker” does the same on Tuesdays. Melissa George stars as a fiery heart transplant surgeon balancing her professional and personal life.
Zach Zevi returns to NBC in “Heroes Reborn”, a continuation of the supernatural hit from the early 2000s. It joins “The Blacklist” on Thursdays, as does “The Player” starring Wesley Snipes.
Snipes plays a former military operative forced into a high stakes game where wealthy individuals bet on his ability to stop major crimes.
Finally, Neil Patrick Harris will also host “Best Time Ever” on Tuesdays. It’s based on a British variety series that features comedy, music and games.