NBC Sets Premiere Dates for Good Girls and RiseNBC Sets Premiere Dates for Good Girls and Rise
NBC has set premiere dates for promising midseason dramas Rise and Good Girls, both of whom will debut after the Winter Olympics have concluded. NBC Sets Premiere Dates for Good Girls and Rise

NBC has set premiere dates for midseason dramas Good Girls and Rise. The former will premiere Monday, February 26th at 10:00 following the spring premiere of The Voice, while the latter will debut Tuesday, March 13th at 10:00 after the This Is Us season finale before moving to 9:00 the following week.

Additionally, the network has capped the first season of military drama The Brave at 13 episodes, though they maintain that the series is in contention for a second season. The first season of The Brave should conclude in early February to make room for the Olympics and impending premiere of Good Girls.

From Jenna Bans (The Family), Good Girls follows three suburban moms struggling to make ends meet who decide to rob a local grocery store. However, when the manager catches a glimpse of one of them and the haul turns out to be far more significant than they had planned, the trio realize that getting away with this crime of desperation will be difficult.

Good Girls stars Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Mae Whitman (Parenthood), Retta (Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce), Reno Wilson (Mike & Molly), and Manny Montana (Conviction).

From Jason Katims (Friday Night Lights), Rise tells the story of Lou Mazzuchelli (Josh Radnor), a dedicated teacher who takes over his school’s theater department and galvanizes not only the faculty and student body but the entire town.

The series stars Rosie Perez (White Men Can’t Jump), Marley Shelton (The Lottery), Amy Forsyth (Channel Zero), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), Rarmian Newton (The Family), and Ted Sutherland (Dovid Meyer).

Premiere dates for the rest of NBC’s midseason offerings, including comedies A.P. Bio and Champions, virtual reality procedural Reverie, and unscripted series The Awesome Show and Making It, shold be revealed in the coming weeks.

Shilo Adams

Shilo Adams is a contributor to KSiteTV who has written for the likes of TVOvermind, ScreenFad, and TVHackr. You can e-mail him at sda2107@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter @sda0918.

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