Why Isn't 'Blackish,' 'FBI' On, When Will New Shows Air?

Shows like 'FBI' and 'blackish' will not air Tuesday night because of President Donald Trump taking over the networks on national TV to make a plea to the American public for border wall funding.

The president's speech is scheduled for 9 p.m. ET for his speech, trumping shows like ABC's blackish, FBI on CBS, Ellen's Game of Thrones on NBC and The Gifted on FOX to accommodate the speech. All the networks have agreed to air the Democrat rebuttal after the president's speech.

The president has called illegal immigration through the southern border of the United States a "national emergency," and funding for the proposed $5.7 billion wall has been the root of why the government is in its 18th day of a shutdown.

Trump's speech will air on the major networks, along with the cable news outlets beginning at 9 p.m. ET, with reaction from politicians — both Republican and Democrat. CBS was the first network that agreed to show the president's speech, which will replace a new episode of FBI.

Trump tweeted: "I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border. Tuesday night at 9:00 P.M. Eastern."

Some new shows haven't started in 2019, and here are their tentatively-scheduled dates:

Jan. 9 — Schooled (ABC)

This spinoff of 'The Goldbergs' is a salute to hero teachers.

Jan. 10 — Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC)

The show that was cancelled by Fox got its sixth season picked up by NBC.

Jan. 10 — Fam (CBS)

Jan. 14 — The Passage (FOX)

Here's a list of shows that will air on the major networks along with Netflix, Hulu, HBO, TruTV and other networks this winter, according to TV Guide.