NBC has resumed the renewal of comedy series with the pickups of Parks & Recreation and Up All Night for season five and two, respectively. There is talk that freshman Whitney also is getting renewed but no confirmation on that yet. And still no renewal for NBC’s flagship comedy series The Office.
Can Thursday Night Save Network TV?
Here’s how big Thursday-night TV used to be: During the mid-’90s, when NBC populated the evening with Friends and Seinfeld and ER, some 75 million Americans made a point of watching at least a portion of that lineup every week. Two decades on, like everything else in TV, the numbers ... More »
66th Primetime Emmy Awards Red Carpet Arrivals
NBC is set to kick off the 66th Emmy Awards at 8 p.m., but before Seth Meyers can kick things off, the “Late Night” host walked the red carpet with his wife, Alexi Ashe. Check out this and more scenes from one of television’s biggest nights.
NBC Renews PARKS AND RECREATION, UP ALL NIGHT and WHITNEY
Not only has Cougar Town been saved by TBS and Community was miraculously given another season, but now NBC has finally renewed Parks and Recreation for another round along with the freshman comedy Up All Night. The former comedy series, which just had its ...
NBC Prepping New Sketch Comedy Series (Exclusive)
The network is prepping an untitled sketch comedy project ... late-night sketch series has been a fertile ground for developing stars for NBC, including Jimmy Fallon (Late Night), Tina Fey (30 Rock), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), Maya Rudolph ...
jackiechan has slowed down quite a bit in recent years, but when he was in his prime, he is known to submit his own headlines and not do things he's not capable of. Now in his twilight years, he's deferring to up-and-coming submitters.