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  • NBC Renews ‘Parks & Recreation'; Cancels ‘Whitney,’ ‘Up All Night’ & More

    NBC has announced that they’ll be renewing ‘Parks and Recreation’ for a sixth season – while canceling ‘Whitney,’ ‘Up All Night,’ ‘1600 Penn,’ and more. Did your show make the cut?

    (6) by Ethan Anderton
  • Christina Applegate Leaves ‘Up All Night’ Amidst Creative Changes

    NBC’s ‘Up All Night’ loses series headliner Christina Applegate amidst big creative changes.

    (21) by Ethan Anderton
  • ‘Up All Night’ Switching to Multi-Camera Sitcom with Live Audience

    NBC has ordered three more episodes of ‘Up All Night,’ but the last five episodes of the second season will switch to a multi-camera format with a live audience.

    (10) by Ethan Anderton
  • 2012 Fall TV Premiere Schedule – A Complete Guide

    Check our complete guide to the 2012 fall television premieres, featuring over 85 new and returning series. What will you be watching?

    (23) by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV Picks: Thursday, March 8th – ‘Awake,’ ‘The Office’ & More…

    ‘Awake’ returns for its second episode, Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner talk funny on ‘Inside Comedy’ and ‘The Office’ bids farewell to Florida. Find out what other shows can help fill your TV viewing, as well as previews for what’s on tonight.

    (4) by Anthony Ocasio
  • 2011 Fall TV Update: Renewed & Canceled Shows

    The fall television premiere season is now behind us. Find out which new series have been renewed, which have been canceled, and which ones are waiting to have their fate decided.

    (91) by Anthony Ocasio
  • NBC Cancels ‘Playboy Club’, Orders Full Seasons of ‘Whitney’ & ‘Up All Night’

    NBC cancels its period drama ‘The Playboy Club’ after just three weeks, but has given freshman comedies ‘Whitney’ and ‘Up All Night’ a longer lease on life.

    (27) by Kofi Outlaw
  • 2011 Fall Television Preview

    We look at over 20 new TV shows premiering this fall, including ‘Person of Interest,’ ‘Terra Nova,’ ‘The Playboy Club,’ and ‘Pan Am’, to let you know which series look like a hit… or a miss.

    (32) by Anthony Ocasio
  • NBC Fall: ‘Awake’, ‘Playboy’ & ‘Grimm’ Are In, ‘The Event’ & ‘Outsourced’ Canceled

    NBC’s first round of pickups has finished, and the network has ordered seasons for ‘Awake’, ‘Playboy’, ‘Grimm’ and four others. They cancelled ‘The Event’, ‘Outsourced’ and ‘Law and Order: Los Angeles’.

    (18) by Michael Crider