Law & Order: Los Angeles‘ high-profile growing pains are wreaking a little havoc on NBC’s midseason schedule.
Plans for LOLA to replace Parenthood at 10 pm on Tuesdays have been scrapped amid news that Dick Wolf’s latest franchise extension is going on an indefinite hiatus. (Despite the recent cast changes, the show remains in production.) As a result, Parenthood — which was scheduled to relocate to Mondays at 10 pm in March — is staying put.
In other Peacock scheduling shifts, new reality series America’s Next Great Restaurant will debut on Sunday, March 6 instead of Wednesday, March 16. And the second season of the torturous Marriage Ref — which was originally slated to air on Sundays — has been put on hold. And there’s your silver lining folks!