What an absolute mess.
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Chicago PD was picked up. NBC just hasn't scheduled it yet. I'm guessing it'll go to the Wednesday at 10 if Ironside crashes and burns.
Guest112, Arrow rates well for the CW, but the CW doesn't rate well against the other guys. It won't provide any real competition for Revolution, so if Revolution's audience follows it it will be fine.
Jay and JasonR,
Parenthood at Thursdays at 10 is probably the best place for the show. Every. single. show. since ER has crashed and burned there. Parenthood is incredibly stable, and if it can pull around the same numbers it did on Tuesdays. It'll be absolutely golden.
If there's more interest I'll for sure write up an armchair schedule analysis when all the schedules are released.
*puts on scheduling hat*
@joyeful - Hannibal is still being decided upon. Grimm was sent to Tuesdays this season to shore up May sweeps after the spectacular failure of Ready for Love; Community is merely a known quantity with a cult fanbase, and NBC is going to use it to plug the unavoidable failures.
@Virg, The show has already been renewed. :)
@joyeful - They know it's a solid performer, and Ready For Love crashed and burned even following The Voice. I think they want to give the show some exposure, but they also want to shore up and The Voice is the perfect show to do so. I'm of the opinion they should've kept the show where it is (since there's only four episodes left), but maybe we'll see a nice boost to Grimm thanks to The Voice. No matter what happens, I'm confident Grimm will get renewed and be back on Fridays next season.
Ultimately, this move is probably just to get Ready For Love off the schedule so it's not dragging them down.
If you were one of the unlucky ones who missed the episode (which sounds like most of the country :( ) NBC will be repeating it this Friday before Grimm heads to Tuesdays for the rest of the season.
It must depend on the timezone. It aired for me.
Maybe the writers are just fans of Jake 2.0.
Hart of Dixie is most likely to come back since its ratings are highest among The CW's bubble shows, and one of the reasons why it was renewed last season was because of it did very well for The CW in streaming terms. So this report is certainly plausible.
Nikita is likely to come back just because its so close to syndication for Warner Bros.
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