Category Archives: Up Fronts

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,

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

First Look: The CW’s new Fall Series for 2016

Just two trailers coming out of the CW Upfronts today (though they showed the RIVERSIDE one, so expect that to surface online later today).  Check out NO TOMORROW, where Joshua Sasse from GALAVANT plays a man who believes the world is ending, and FREQUENCY, starring Peyton List (the elder) and Riley Smith, related to the 2000 movie of the same name. NO TOMORROW: FREQUENCY:

The CW Released Their 2016 Fall Schedule

Things are on the move this season at The CW, including THE ORIGINALS, REIGN, and IZOMBIE, who are both moving to mid-season.  CRAZY EX-GF is heading to the Friday night; SUPERNATURAL has its 90th time slot in 400 seasons (I’m exaggerating….it’s only been 300 seasons ;)). Interestingly enough, SUPERGIRL, which moves to the CW from CBS, stays Mondays at 8! Here’s what we’ll be seeing from The CW come fall – news shows in red; moves in blue; new networks

First Look: FOX’s 2016-2017 Trailers

Earlier this week while I traveled and recovered from traveling related bugs, FOX released the trailers for their new series – check them out.  PS I’m TOTALLY in for THE MICK and PITCH (Zack Morris, the Catcher? Yes please!)! 24: LEGACY (Premieres at Midseason) The clock ticks again with the next evolution of the Emmy Award-winning “24.” 24: LEGACY debuts with a special two-night event beginning Sunday, Feb. 5 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/7:00-8:00 PM PT), following SUPER BOWL LI, and continuing

CBS Released Their 2016-2017 Fall Schedule

CBS announced their new fall schedule and it has some shows on the move – sounds like they’re putting their faith in Kevin James, too.  His show (KEVIN CAN WAIT) will launch behind TBBT but will anchor Monday nights (assuming it makes it that far) in the Spring!  Check out the schedule – new shows in red; shows on the move in blue! All times Eastern and PM. Sunday: 8-9 – NCIS: LOS ANGELES 9-10 – MADAM SECRETARY 10-11 –

ABC Released their 2016-2017 Fall Schedule

At their upfront presentation late yesterday in New York City, ABC execs released the first Fall schedule under the leadership of Merrin Dungey.  Notably, and as expected, the fall season is SCANDAL-less, as mama Kerry Washington is having baby number two!  Check it out – all times Eastern and PM!  New shows are linked to their new trailers; new locations / nights / times in blue! Sunday 7-8 – AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS 8-9 – ONCE UPON A TIME 9-10

FOX has released their 2016-2017 schedule

Today, FOX released the schedule for 2016-2017.  FOX is notorious for changing their schedule multiple times before September hits, but here’s where we stand at this hour (new shows in RED).  Also worth noting – 24: LEGACY will premiere after the Super Bowl in 2017! FOX FALL 2016 SCHEDULE Sunday: 7-7:30 – NFL on FOX 7:30-8 – BOB’S BURGERS 8-8:30 – THE SIMPSONS 8:30-9 – SON OF ZORN 9-9:30 – FAMILY GUY 9:30-10 – THE LAST MAN ON EARTH Monday: 8-9

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:

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