Category Archives: NBC

Fall 2017 Primetime Grid – how does it all shake out?

Now that the big-5 have released their 2017 Fall schedule, here’s a look at it all in one spot, in the 2017 Fall grid (click to enlarge/print) – New shows are shaded in green; all times are Eastern/Pacific. Looking at the networks side by side, what night do you think will cause the biggest issue for your DVR? For me, it might be Wednesdays at 8 with 4 shows that I watch regularly!

First Look: THE BRAVE on NBC

NBC released their Fall season schedule this morning, and only two new shows (besides new but actually old WILL AND GRACE) made the list –  Check out the trailer for the new show THE BRAVE, once upon a time called FOR GOD & COUNTRY.  This one stars Anne Heche and Mike Vogel – check out the full trailer! Official details: From Keshet Studios and Avi Nir (executive producer of “Homeland”) comes a fresh, heart-pounding journey into the complex world of

NBC 2017 Fall Schedule – THIS IS US to Thursday!

NBC released their Fall schedule in advance of tomorrow morning’s UpFront presentation for advertisers. Biggest things – WILL AND GRACE is back on Thursdays, with THIS IS US looking to put the hurt on ABC’s TGIT. Putting a lot of their eggs in the TIU basket, the show will ALSO air post-Superbowl on NBC.  Other notes – THE BLACKLIST is moving, BLINDSPOT / TAKEN head to Fridays, and there’s no news on CHICAGO JUSTICE or TRIAL & ERROR yet. Also,

UpFronts 2017: NBC reverses decision on TIMELESS – it’s renewed!

In a series of surprising tweets this morning, co-creators of TIMELESS confirmed that NBC had reversed their (really disappointing) decision to cancel the show and they will in fact RETURN next summer with 10 new episodes! It’s true! NBC heard from the fans, went back in time and changed history! #Timeless is getting a Season 2! #TimelessResuscitated! — Shawn Ryan (@ShawnRyanTV) May 13, 2017 True props to Bob Greenblatt, Jen Salke and everyone at @NBC who pulled some serious Brandon

Update before UpFronts 2017

Whew, the past few nights have brought with them a whirlwind of activity – cancellations, renewals (some surprising in both categories), and new series pickups.  Going into what’s usually Bloody Friday (the Friday night before UpFronts when shows find their fates and book their tickets to NYC), here’s a look at where things stand for the big five networks (and be sure to bookmark THIS page for all updates made as news rolls out)! NBC has made some moves, but

News: WILL & GRACE is back (or will be soon enough…)

News out of the NBC TCAs today, also confirmed on Sean Hayes’ Facebook page – WILL & GRACE is officially coming back for a 10 episode season in the 2017/2018 season! What says NBC in their release about the event? THEY’RE BAACK … NBC REUNITES TV’S FAVORITE FOURSOME WITH THE RETURN OF ‘WILL & GRACE’ (AND JACK AND KAREN) 10 New Episodes of the Groundbreaking 16-Time Emmy Award-Winning Comedy Series to Air in 2017-18 Season UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif — Jan.

NBC has released their 2016 Fall Schedule

Notably, a ton of their new shows, like immediate favorite CHICAGO JUSTICE, will wait until midseason or a plug is needed for some holes.  Here’s what we’ll see by September (though some comedies and new series will get OLYMPICS related boosts and premieres, like the failed GO ON and ANIMAL KINGDOM (don’t let that drag you down, NBC…) from 4 years ago (all times listed are Eastern and PM; new series are in RED; new moves are in BLUE). Sunday:

First Look: NBC releases trailers for their new Fall series

NBC released their 2016 Fall schedule today, and while most of their new shows will actually end up at midseason (or whenever something else fails, like the always ready to go #OneChicago spinoff CHICAGO JUSTICE).  Check out the first look trailers for Kristen Bell’s new comedy from Mike Schur, Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan(!!!)’s new time travel drama (I sense a theme this fall), and a trailer that has already made me cry. THE GOOD PLACE – From Michael Schur,


WHAT IS IT? BEST TIME EVER WITH NEIL PATRICK HARRIS – Five-time Emmy Award winner Neil Patrick Harris is coming to NBC on a new primetime variety series based on the U.K.’s hugely popular “Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.” The show will feature comedy sketches, musical numbers, mini game shows, hidden camera pranks on celebrities and appearances by A-list stars. Harris, who has served as an Emmy and Tony Award host and was recently announced as host of the 2015 Academy

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