NBC TV schedule for the week of March 4: Which shows will be airing reruns?

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- "Carousel" Episode 25006 -- Pictured: (l-r) Jordana Spiro, Octavio Pisano, Mariska Hargitay -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC)
LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- "Carousel" Episode 25006 -- Pictured: (l-r) Jordana Spiro, Octavio Pisano, Mariska Hargitay -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC) /

Alright, NBC viewers, we're in for some schedule changes this week. Why? Well, there's Super Tuesday on March 5 for starters plus with the shows having shorter seasons this year we can expect for there to be hiatuses to ensure that the network will have its tentpole programs airing through the spring so that they finale in May as usual. Let's launch into the schedule for the week and then I'll breakdown what's new, which series will be airing reruns, and what's been preempted. All times in ET.

NBC TV schedule for the week

Monday, March 4

8 p.m. - The Voice (New!)
10 p.m. - Deal or No Deal Island (New!)

Tuesday, March 5

8 p.m. - Night Court (New!)
8:30 p.m. - Extended Family (New!)
9 p.m. - The Voice (New!)
10 p.m. - NBC News special: Decision 2024: Super Tuesday

Wednesday, March 6

8 p.m. - Chicago Med (Rerun)
9 p.m. - Chicago Fire (Rerun)
10 p.m. - Chicago P.D. (Rerun)

Thursday, March 7

8 p.m. - Law & Order (Rerun)
9 p.m.- State of the Union

Friday, March 8

8 p.m. - Deal or No Deal Island (Rerun)

The Voice - Season 25
THE VOICE -- "The Blind Auditions Premiere" Episode 2501 -- Pictured: Dan + Shay -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC) /

The Voice

New episode(s): Monday, March 4 at 8 p.m. & Tuesday, March 5 at 9 p.m.

As you can see from the schedule, NBC is starting off the week strong with a host of new episodes. The Voice continues its Blind Auditions as the coaches vie for the ability to mentor the talented contestants whose gifts they want to foster. This is the portion of the competition that reveals diamonds in the rough and superstars in the making, but we're all waiting for the Knockout and Battle rounds for the real stakes to come into play.

Deal Or No Deal Island - Season 1
DEAL OR NO DEAL ISLAND -- “Are You Calculating?” Episode 102 -- Pictured: Joe Manganiello -- (Photo by: Monty Brinton/NBC) /

Deal or No Deal Island

New episode: Monday, March 4 at 10 p.m.
Rerun: Friday, March 8 at 8 p.m.

In episode 2, "Are You Calculating?," there are 12 contestants left in the competition. They get a scare when they hear what sounds like gunshots coming from some place on the island. It looks like they'll be participating in a challenge that involves shooting arrows from crossbows at targets tied to cases of money. The pressure begins to build as one of the contestants inches closer to winning the big prize.

Night Court - Season 2
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Night Court

New episode: Tuesday, March 5 at 8 p.m.

Season 2, episode 9 of Night Court, "Chips Ahoy," will see Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Melissa Fumero make a guest appearance on the show as a character named Jasmine Jennings. In the episode, Dan is set to join the Fleet Week's secret Navy poker game. Meanwhile, Wyatt will be trying to figure out what to do after Abby goes up against the PTA president at his kids' school. Said president is known to be a tough cookie.

Extended Family - Season 1
EXTENDED FAMILY -- "The Consequences of Familial Obligations" Episode 110 -- Pictured: Abigail Spencer as Julia -- (Photo by: Ron Batzdorff/NBC) /

Extended Family

New episode: Tuesday, March 5 at 8:30 p.m.

Jim winds up in a pickle when he realizes his kids' events have been scheduled at the same time. Which important function will he attended in episode 10, "The Consequences of Familial Obligations"? Well, it might come down to which of his children make the better case. His options are the annual Pinewood Derby with Jimmy Jr. or the father-daughter dance with Grace. Good luck to him!

Michigan Holds Its Primary Election
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NBC News special: Decision 2024: Super Tuesday

Airing: Tuesday, March 5 at 10 p.m.

NBC News will break into the network's regularly scheduled programming to cover Super Tuesday on March 5. With 2024 being a presidential election year, we can count on Network TV programs to be taken off the schedule so their reporters can provide insight to what's happening at the polls. Tuesday will see 16 U.S. states and territories voting in primaries and caucuses.

Chicago Fire - Season 12
CHICAGO FIRE -- "Port in the Storm" Episode 12006 -- Pictured: (l-r) Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd, Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide -- (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC) /

Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago P.D.

Reruns: Wednesday, March 6 starting at 8 p.m.

One Chicago starts its two week hiatus on Wednesday. Each show will be airing the second episode of its new season, so if you're behind, now is the time to catch up.

Chicago Med: "This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us" - Things are tense at the hospital as Archer's past with a woman threatens to interfere with his transplant surgery. Meanwhile, Marcel winds up clashing with a first year resident who is both new and eager. As for the relationships, Charles will be working hard to repair his with Ripley.

Chicago Fire: "Call Me McHolland" - The perfect wedding venue is a must for Brett who is in search of one that makes the big day extra special. Ritter gives Hermann a push when it comes to seeing a doctor. And Mouch is determined to not only change his nickname but also his legacy.

Chicago P.D.: "Retread" - Ruzek's put in a position where history could repeat itself after he gets involved with a case that centers on a late night poker game that's raided. He's on leave and struggling with letting Intelligence do their jobs for fear that he'll wind up just like his dad.

Law & Order - Season 23
LAW & ORDER -- "Freedom of Expression" Episode 23001 -- Pictured: (l-r) Reid Scott as Det. Vincent Riley, Mehcad Brooks as Det. Jalen Shaw, Connie Shi as Violet Yee -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC) /

Law and Order

Rerun: Thursday, March 7 at 8 p.m.

Only the flagship series will air a rerun on Thursday. Both SVU and Organized Crime will be preempted for President Biden's State of the Union address which starts at 9 p.m. The Law and Order episode that will re-air is the season 23 premiere, "Freedom of Expression," which saw the introduction of Det. Vincent Riley who replaced Cosgrove. The episode follows a case that examines what qualifies as free speech and what crosses the line into hate speech.

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