Debut date is out! ‘Magnum P.I.’ Gets NBC Debut Date as Part of Midseason Lineup
Magnum P.I. was reported to be cancelled at CBS but after one night everything changed, and the tables turned. The broadcast network has set a midseason lineup due to which Magnum P.I. also got its debut date and got picked up by NBC.
The show is produced by NBC’s sister studio Universal Television along with CBS Studios and is reported to be of two seasons. The show will be aired on Feb. 19 next year at weekend on Sundays only.
Magnum, P.I. is an American drama based on crime as genre. The drama casted actors like Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, who is a private investigator (P.I.) and resides in Oahu, Hawaii. It is being aired since 1980s. The first broadcast was aired from December 11, 1980, to May 8, 1988, at CBS. Being a successful show, the drama gets addictive as you watch an episode. It even ranked in the top 20 U.S. television programs in the Nielsen ratings.
Other than Magnum PI many other shows got picked up
Apart from that NBC will also open a second comedy block which will be aired on January 17 only on Tuesdays. Night Court which will be of 2 episodes which order to be renewed, it starred Big Bang Theory alums Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette from the original series. Including American Auto’s second season which will be aired January 24th.
“New Amsterdam” will also be ended on January 17 and is reported to be of two-hour series for the last episode. A big return of “La Brea” with two episodes on January 31st.
These are the further releases below:
Monday, Jan. 2 2023
8 p.m.: America’s Got Talent: All Stars
Tuesday, Jan. 17 2023
8 p.m.: Night Court
9 p.m.: New Amsterdam
Tuesday, Jan. 24 2023
8:30 p.m.: American Auto
Sunday, Feb. 19 2023
9 p.m.: Magnum P.I.
10 p.m.: Found
Sunday, Feb. 26 2023
8 p.m.: The Blacklist
Monday, March 6 2023
8 p.m.: The Voice
Tuesday, March 7 2023
10 p.m.: That’s My Jam