NBC unveiled its fall schedule yesterday at its annual upfront event.
The network had already announced the majority of its comedy and drama pick ups last week but used the event to announce a number of reality series including Stars Earn Stripes, Howie Mandel’s White Elephant, Ready for Love and Surprise With Jenny McCarthy and the official cancellation of series including The Firm, The Marriage Ref and Fear Factor.
“We’ve taken a few first steps toward a turnaround over this past season and now we’re seeing a real opportunity to accelerate that process,” said NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
Animal Practice (Universal TV) – Vet comedy starring Weeds‘ Justin Kirk
Revolution (Warner Bros TV) – JJ Abrams-producted action drama
Next Caller (Lionsgate) – Dane Cook-fronted single camera comedy
Do No Harm (Universal TV) – Steven Pasquale-fronted medical drama
Infamous (Universal TV) – Female detective soap
Guys With Kids (Universal TV) – Male parenting comedy
Chicago Fire (Universal TV) – Dick Wolf fireman drama
Go On (Universal TV) – Matthew Perry-fronted comedy
Save Me (Sony Pictures TV) – Anne Heche-fronted comedy
The New Normal (20th Century Fox TV) – Ryan Murphy comedy about a gay couple
1600 Penn (20th Century Fox TV) – Political family comedy starring Josh Gad
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26 April 2018 @ 12:15:00 UTC