More to come as The Hollywood Reporter’s James Hibberd is the first to reveal (well, he snuck into the rehearsal) NBC’s fall slate in advance of the network’s Monday-morning upfront presentation. We’re looking forward to JJ Abrams new show Undercovers (promo photo above)… Oddly enough, the Amy Poehler comedy Parks and Recreation, which we think is a riot, is missing from the NBC Fall Line up — and will re-appear mid-season. Also, NBC has canceled Heroes, but is launching Capes (basically the same show as Heroes) mid-season too. Tina Fey’s 30 Rock is moving up an hour earlier, which seems a bit early for the humor… Looking forward to the new Thursday comedy Outsourced. But again, we feel the Parks and Recreation fits so perfectly with The Office — it’s a shame…. Also to file under “odd” — NBC is picking up Outlaw, a pilot produced by Conan O’Brien.

New midseason shows will include “The Cape,” “Friends With Benefits,” “Perfect Couples,” “Harry’s Law” and “Next” (now called “The Paul Reiser Show”).

NBC’s fall schedule is below:

MONDAYS:

8 P.M. CHUCK
9 P.M. THE EVENT
10 P.M CHASE

TUESDAYS:

8-10 P.M. BIGGEST LOSER
10 P.M. PARENTHOOD

WEDNESDAYS:

8 P.M. UNDERCOVERS
9 P.M. LAW & ORDER: SVU
10 P.M. LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES

THURSDAYS:

8 P.M. COMMUNITY
8:30 P.M. 30 ROCK
9 P.M. THE OFFICE
9:30 P.M. OUTSOURCED
10 P.M. LOVE BITES

FRIDAYS

8 P.M. WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE / SCHOOL PRIDE
9 P.M DATELINE
10 P.M. OUTLAW (AKA GARZA)

SUNDAYS

7-8:15 P.M. — FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA
8:150-11:30 P.M. — NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

(BEGINNING MARCH)

7 P.M. DATELINE
9 P.M. MINUTE TO WIN IT
10 P.M. THE CELEBRITY

Here’s the scoop

What is Undercover? Abrams co-wrote, produced and directed the “Undercovers” pilot, which stars British actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Boris Kodjoe as a married couple who are re-activated as CIA agents after years of retirement. “Undercovers” also marks the first pilot Abrams has directed since 2004’s “Lost.”

Fridays, a night the broadcast networks have largely forsaken when it comes to scripted programming, NBC has scheduled a new drama series at 10, about a Supreme Court justice gone rogue, called “Outlaw,” which stars Jimmy Smits and is executive produced by, among others, Conan O’Brien.