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NBC schedule update: Parenthood staying put; Law & Order: LA return and Marriage Ref debut delayed

NBC won’t be shifting Parenthood to Monday afterall, deciding to keep the drama on Tuesday at 10PM. The network also announced that Law & Order: Los Angeles, which is in the process of a cast makeover, will not return on February 8 as previously scheduled and will instead return “on a day to be determined”.

Other announcements from the network include shifting the debut of America’s Next Great Restaurant to Sunday, March 6 (8-9PM) instead of the previously scheduled Wednesday, March 16 (9-10PM) as well as delaying the return of The Marriage Ref which was scheduled to debut its second season on Sunday, March 6 (8-9PM). NBC will announce its premiere on a later date.

The complete press release is included after the jump.

Continue reading NBC schedule update: Parenthood staying put; Law & Order: LA return and Marriage Ref debut delayed

NBC Renews The Marriage Ref, Minute to Win It and Who Do You Think You Are? for the 2010-2011 season

NBC has picked up The Marriage Ref, Minute to Win It and Who Do You Think You Are? for the 2010-2011 season. The announcement was made by Paul Telegdy, Executive Vice President Alternative Programming, NBC and Universal Media Studios:

“All of these new series have demonstrated increasing popularity and generated far-reaching interest among viewers,” said Telegdy. “Equally important, each has a compelling and innovative format, and a second season will allow these shows to grow creatively and attract an even wider audience.”

Click over the jump for the press release.

Continue reading NBC Renews The Marriage Ref, Minute to Win It and Who Do You Think You Are? for the 2010-2011 season

NBC Announces New Mid-Season Schedule

NBC has announced a new mid-season schedule which will take into effect following the conclusion of the Winter Olympics. Plus The Biggest Loser premieres its new season on Tuesday, January 5th (8:00-10:00 p.m. ) while the fourth season finale of Heroes is set for Monday February 8th.  Some highlights:

  • Parenthood debuts on Monday, March 1st (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
  • The Marriage Ref debuts on Sunday, March 14th (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
  • The Celebrity Apprentice premieres on Sunday, March 14th (9:00-11:00 p.m.)

Head on over the jump for the full press release. Continue reading NBC Announces New Mid-Season Schedule

NBC Announces 8 New Shows for 2009/2010 Schedule; Cancels Medium (Moving to CBS) and My Name Is Earl

NBC’s 2009/2010 slate of programming includes nine new shows.  The network picked up four dramas, two comedies and two alternative/reality series: 100 Questions, Day One, Mercy, Trauma, Community, Parenthood, The Jay Leno Show and The Marriage Ref.

The network also officially renewed Chuck which will remain on Monday nights.  In cancellation news, comedy My Name Is Earl won’t be coming back (although producer 20th Century Fox TV is said to be shopping it to other networks) and Medium won’t be coming back to the network’s lineup.  Apparently NBC was only willing to order 13 episodes while producer CBS-Paramount wanted 22.  That gave CBS the opportunity to swoop in and pick up the show.

Head on through the jump to see the fall and midseason schedules and read the full press release. Continue reading NBC Announces 8 New Shows for 2009/2010 Schedule; Cancels Medium (Moving to CBS) and My Name Is Earl

Jerry Seinfeld Returning to NBC For Reality Series

jerryseinfeld-022609NBC today announced a new comedy-reality series created by comedian and producer Jerry Seinfeld.  Seinfeld has partnered with Ellen Rakieten, a 23-year veteran of The Oprah Winfrey Show for the project.

According to the press release, the new series, tentatively titled The Marriage Ref, will feature opinionated celebrities, comedians and sports stars who will candidly comment, judge and offer different strategies for real-life couples in the midst of a classic marital dispute.

The announcement was made by Ben Silverman, Co-Chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios, who promises that viewers “will love this highly relatable new comedy.”

Describing the new series, Seinfeld said, “This is not a therapy show, it’s a comedy show. After nine years of marriage I have discovered that the comedic potential of this subject is quite rich.”

The full press release follows after the jump. Continue reading Jerry Seinfeld Returning to NBC For Reality Series