Thank Grimm it's Tuesday doesn't have quite the same ring to it as it did when we were celebrating Fridays, but we can hardly complain that the supernatural drama is being upgraded to a pretty choice spot. That's the good news, especially if you're a fan of the dark, dramatic and somewhat underrated series. The bad news is for those who were ready for love. Or loving Ready for Love. As Grimm takes over the unscripted dating competition's post-Voice timeslot, Ready for Love's remaining episodes are being shelved until some yet-to-be-determined date.
Since its return for the start of its second season, Smash has been struggling in the ratings. The return of The Voice might have helped it there, but it looks like NBC has opted to move the Broadway focused drama away from Tuesday nights, placing their new dating reality show Ready For Love in the post-Voice spot. That's good news for Ready For Love, but most certainly bad news for Smash, which is being moved to Saturdays, starting next month.
Earlier, we shared the good news that NBC had finally set the new return date for Community. Sure, we have to wait until February, which seems like a long time to wait, considering it was supposed premiere this month, but on the bright side, the show has landed a Thursday night time slot. Community isn't the only series with a return date. NBC set the season premieres for Smash, Celebrity Apprentice and the fourth season of The Voice.
And it’s yet another new dating reality series on the way, this time over at NBC. They’ve given the greenlight to a series called Ready For Love, which is to be executive produced by Desperate Housewives alum Eva Longoria, and will be hosted by Giuliana and Bill Rancic, who have plenty of reality TV experience under their (probably adorably matching) belts.