- Kathy Bates/David Kelley patent lawyer dramedy Harry's Law replaces Chase at 10 PM Monday, where it will promptly die against Castle and Hawaii Five-0. More disenchantingly, Parenthood gets sent into that slot in March, likely to be burned off.
- Even though Biggest Loser has kind of self-destructed in the ratings this year and has major labor issues, it stays at two hours, with Law and Order: LA getting the 10 PM slot. (Why not cut Loser to an hour and stick Parenthood at 9?)
- Even though NBC has consistently won Sundays this fall with football, they seem committed to squandering that audience in the spring, with a lineup of Dateline, Marriage Ref, and two hours of Celebrity Apprentice. (Though they're going to use an early January Sunday to launch superhero drama The Cape, which will fill for The Event on Monday nights in January.)
- 30 Rock gets an early pickup for the 2011-2012 season.
Monday, November 15, 2010
JUST WAIT TILL COMCAST GETS ITS HANDS ON IT: The biggest news in NBC's mid-season schedule to most folks is that Parks and Rec is returning after The Office in January. However, there are a bunch of other intriguing moves:
Posted by Matt at 3:50 PM