That’s good news for Up All Night, but bad news for Community.
For starters, the Peacock is moving Up All Night to Thursdays at 9:30/8:30c following The Office beginning Jan. 12. The deteriorating Whitney will take over Night‘s former Wednesday lead-off spot on Jan. 11, where it will be paired with new sitcom Are You There, Chelsea?
Critical fave Community is being benched to make way for the return of 30 Rock on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 8/7c. An NBC source insists the show is just taking a breather and has not been canceled. Still, I have to ask: Do you want to live in a world where Whitney remains on NBC’s schedule but Community doesn’t?
*Harry’s Law is relocating to Sundays at 8/7c beginning March 4.
* New drama The Firm will replace DOA rookie drama Prime Suspect on Thursdays at 10/9.
* Beginning Friday, Feb. 3, Who Do You Think You Are? takes over for Chuck, which will conclude its five-season run with a two-hour finale on January 27 at 8/7c.
* Parenthood‘s season finale airs Feb. 28. The new Elle Macpherson-hosted reality series Fashion Star assumes the Tuesday at 10/9c timeslot in March.
* Noticeably MIA: Buzzy new drama Awake, which recently went on a production hiatus to deal with some pressing creative issues.
The Peacock’s complete midseason schedule is below…
8/7c The Voice
10 pm SMASH
8 pm The Biggest Loser
10 pm Parenthood (until Feb. 28)
10 pm FASHION STAR
8 pm Whitney [new time slot]
8:30 pm ARE YOU THERE, CHELSEA?
9 pm Rock Center with Brian Williams [new time slot]
8 pm 30 Rock [new time slot]
8:30 pm Parks and Recreation
9 pm The Office
9:30 pm Up All Night [new time slot]
10 THE FIRM
8 pm Who Do You Think You Are?
9 pm Grimm
10 pm Dateline NBC
Repeats “Encore programming”
7 pm Dateline
8 pm Harry’s Law [new time slot]
9 pm The Celebrity Apprentice