NBC Fall Schedule: Heroes Reborn on Thursday, Coach Revival Benched 'Til Midseason, NPH Bows In Fire Slot
NBC is the first broadcast network to unveil its schedule for the 2015-16 TV season, and the biggest news regarding returning shows involves a delayed start for Chicago Fire (blame Neil Patrick Harris!) and a super-powered Thursday lead-in for The Blacklist (hello, Heroes Reborn!). READ MORE & VIEW SCHEDULE
Reese Witherspoon Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches!
Here’s hoping Reese Witherspoon’s kids have some fantastic Mother’s Day plans on deck for Sunday.
Indeed, after the so-so box-office showing of her new comedy Hot Pursuit and the misfortune of hosting a Saturday Night Live episode with READ MORE & GRADE THE EPISODE
NBC Orders Kids' Variety Show From Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey
Some pint-sized talent is coming to NBC.
The network has given an eight-episode order to comedy/variety series Little Big Shots, from executive producers Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey. READ MORE
Mysteries of Laura Renewed at NBC
Mystery solved: The Mysteries of Laura will be back on the case next season. READ MORE
NBC Renews Night Shift for Season 3
The Night Shift crew has many more long shifts ahead of it, now that NBC has picked up the medical drama for a third season. READ MORE
Fall TV: Game of Silence, Wesley Snipes Thriller Get Series Orders at NBC
NBC ordered another pair of new dramas — Game of Silence and The Player — for the 2015-16 TV Season, as a busy, busy Friday drew to a close here in TV land. READ MORE
It's Official: Undateable Renewed for Season 3, All Episodes to Air Live
We can practically hear the glasses clinking at Black Eyes Bar today. READ MORE
About a Boy Cancelled at NBC
NBC has cancelled Jason Katims’ About a Boy after two seasons, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Marry Me Cancelled at NBC
Marry Me‘s walk down the aisle has been cut short.
NBC has cancelled David Caspe’s comedy after one season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
State of Affairs Cancelled at NBC
The State of Affairs is not good.
NBC has cancelled Katherine Heigl’s comeback vehicle after one low-rated season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE