The American television network - which will be screening the London 2012 Olympics - will use the event as an opportunity to provide a commercial-free online preview of new comedies such as Go On, to air on August 8, and Animal Practice, debuting August 12.
The preview for those shows will be available over a wide spectrum for viewing immediately following their initial broadcasts beginning August 9 and August 13 respectively.
All other new series will receive a two-week digital sampling period leading up to the broadcast series premiere.
In addition, NBC is unveiling a special six-minute teaser of the new drama Revolution on August 4, following the swimming competition that is expected to feature US gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps.
Robert Hayes, Executive Vice President of NBC Entertainment Digital said: "We are excited to have this unique opportunity to share our new fall shows. We're taking the proven success of sampling to the next level, expanding its reach with a comprehensive strategy that makes our entire freshman line-up widely available across multiple digital platforms."
Earn Stripes, The New Normal, Guys with Kids and Chicago Fire also have broadcast previews or premieres scheduled for fall 2012.