NBC released it’s fall 2011 schedule on Sunday (May 15) in a press release and in a conference call with reporters.
The network held on to proven winners like “The Office” and “The Biggest Loser,” but also added six new shows to its fall line-up. Thursday nights in the fall will have to struggle along without “30 Rock” — the show is moving to mid-season because of Tina Fey’s recently-announced pregnancy.
This fall, watch for additions “The Playboy Club,” “Up All Night,” “Free Agents,” “Whitney,” “Prime Suspect” and “Grimm.” An additional six will come online in January when the mid-season kicks into action. Thus far only two have been given solid timeslots: “The Firm” and “Smash.”
Here’s the night-by-night breakdown:
|Sun||Football Night in America||NBC Sunday Night Football|
|Mon||The Sing-Off||The Playboy Club|
|Wed||Up All Night||Free Agents||Harry’s Law||Law
& Order: SVU
|Thu||Community||Parks and Recreation||The
|Sun||Dateline||The Celebrity Apprentice||The Firm|
|Legend:||New Show||New Timeslot||Returning Show|