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NBC has finally announced the premiere dates for several of its midseason shows, including the troubled Believe, About a Boy and Crisis.
Believe will premiere on March 16, but will first have a preview episode on March 10 after an episode of The Voice, reports TheWrap. The Gillian Anderson-led Crisis will debut in the following timeslot on March 16.
Two upcoming comedies, About a Boy and Growing Up Fisher will premiere on Feb. 21 and 25, respectively, but also will feature preview episodes. These episodes will be shown during the Sochi Winter Olympics to try and increase interest ahead of their official debuts.
Back in December, it was reported that Believe was going on a short hiatus after the show was forced to move on to a third showrunner after Dave Erickson opted to leave the show.
Executive producer and director Jonas Pate was chosen as the new showrunner, while it was suggested that Erickson left over creative differences and what direction the show should go in following the pilot episode.