NBC 2013-2014 Schedule Moves Parenthood, Revolution And Chicago Fire, New Series Added image
A day ahead of their upfront presentation, NBC has posted their 2013-2014 schedule, which lays out where most of the new and returning series will air throughout the week come next fall. A few notable schedule changes appear to be taking place, including a move to Wednesdays for Revolution and a shift to Thursdays for Parenthood. Absent from the list is Community, but NBC did include it among the scripted series confirmed to return, so it will be back. It's just a matter of when.
Kelly West 2013-05-12
Parenthood, Grimm, Revolution And 2 More Dramas Renewed At NBC image
Whether or not the lights come back on in Revolution remains to be seen, but either way, NBC won't be turning the lights out on this series anytime soon. Revolution was among the five dramas NBC renewed today for next season. Also set to return are Grimm, Parenthood, Chicago Fire, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Kelly West 2013-04-26
Chicago Fire Spinoff Casts Scott Eastwood And Lost's Tania Raymonde image
In spite of the lack of a Season 2 renewal just yet for Chicago Fire, plans for a spinoff are going ahead. NBC has cast a couple of the roles for the planted spinoff, which will shift the focus from the heroics of the Windy City’s fire department to its police force. Signed on for the project as of today are Texas Chainsaw 3D costars Tania Raymond and Scott Eastwood.
Leslie Kasperowicz 2013-04-09
1600 Penn, Community, Revolution And Other Season Finale Dates Set At NBC image
NBC hasn't quite finished rolling out their winter/spring slate, with Revolution and The Voice poised to return next week, and Hannibal set to arrive early next month. But the network is already prepping their season closers for the spring, and for some shows, the end is very near. That includes Whitney and 1600 Penn, both of which wrap up next week.
Kelly West 2013-03-19
Mobbed Does Not Draw A Crowd In Wednesday Ratings image
TV hasn’t fully gotten into the swing of winter programming, although some networks have jumped the gun, offering new fodder, earlier. Last night this proved good for NBC, but bad for everyone else, including Fox, which did offer some original programming with the return of Mobbed.
Jessica Rawden 2013-01-03
NBC Gives Chicago Fire A Full Season Order image
Despite a sluggish start, NBC’s Chicago Fire has increased in the ratings over the past several weeks. Because of this, late last month, NBC increased the script orders for Dick Wolf’s firefighter drama, and on Thursday, NBC announced the network had given the series a full back 9 episode order. This means fans of the show will get 22 episodes this TV season.
Jessica Rawden 2012-11-08
Dick Wolf's Chicago Fire Gets Order For Five More Scripts From NBC image
NBC doesn’t seem ready to commit to extra episodes of Chicago Fire, yet. On the bright side, the network doesn’t look ready to axe the show, either. On Thursday, NBC announced it had given the freshman drama an order for five more scripts to be written for the show.
Jessica Rawden 2012-10-25
Nashville And Chicago Fire Ratings Drop, Arrow Holds Steady image
In what is bad but not entirely unsurprising news, ABC's new drama Nashville showed a steep drop in the ratings from its first episode last week to last night's second episode. Chicago Fire also had some trouble in the ratings, taking its own nearly-as-steep dive. Of the three series returning for Episode 2, Arrow fared the best.
Kelly West 2012-10-18
Nashville Beats Chicago Fire In The Ratings, Arrow Has A Solid Start image
A good portion of the new fall comedies and dramas debuted last month, but we're still seeing some of the later premieres arrive. Last night, three new dramas made their debuts, and of them, it was ABC's Nashville that came out on top, with NBC's Chicago Fire falling behind. The CW's Arrow also premiered, and performed decently for the network, which typically draws a smaller crowd by comparison to the other major networks.
Kelly West 2012-10-11
Chicago Fire Premieres Tonight On NBC - Or Watch It Online Here image
Among the later of the new series to make its debut this season this Fall is NBC's Chicago Fire, a drama that takes place at the Chicago Firehouse 52 and follows the lives and dangerous work of the firefighters, rescue squad and paramedics. Given the dangerous work they do and the pressure they're under, drama is likely to run high in this series. Watch a trailer for the show, and for those who don't want to wait until later tonight, you can watch the full episode online right here.
Kelly West 2012-10-10
New Cast Photos For Go On, The New Normal, Revolution And Other NBC Series image
NBC begins the process of rolling out their new fall series tonight with the official premieres of The New Normal and Go On. Both comedies aired sneak previews last night, but they move into their permanent Tuesday spot this evening after The Voice. NBC released some new artwork focusing on the casts of each of their new series, including tonight's comedies. Check them out ahead.
Kelly West 2012-09-11
Jason Beghe Joins NBC's New Drama Chicago Fire image
NBC’s new drama Chicago Fire has added a new cast member, but he won’t be a fireman; instead Californication’s Jason Beghe is on boar d the series as a police officer. He’ll play a recurring role as a tough gang unit officer.
Leslie Kasperowicz 2012-07-24
New Faces: Art For NBC's Do No Harm, Revolution And Chicago Fire image
Most of the midseason series have drawn to a close for the season, leaving us to anticipate whatever offerings TV has in store for us this summer. And in the distance is the promise of a fresh season, full of new and returning series. NBC has a couple of dramas on the horizon, including Do No Harm and the J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke created Revolution. We came across some art for the shows, which showcase some of the new faces we'll be seeing at the Peacock next season.
Kelly West 2012-06-06
Breakout Kings Cancelled By A&E, Executive Producer Matt Olmstead To Run Chicago Fire image
Breakout Kings will not be returning for a third season of cons catching cons. Apparently executive producer and co-creater Olmstead has moved on to greener pastures, or at least what the producer hopes will be greener pastures. Olmstead has landed a new gig as showrunner on Dick Wolf’s upcoming production Chicago Fire.
Jessica Grabert 2012-05-17
Chicago Fire Preview: Clips From NBC's Drama Show Fire And Heated Conversation image
With Rescue Me off the air, there's a vacancy for fireman-related drama on television. Could Chicago Fire fill that void? We'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, we have a couple of clips from the pilot episode, one of which focuses on the drama inside the fire department and another that gives us a look at a fire and an intense situation.
Kelly West 2012-05-13
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