NBC – Fall Lineup To Be Revealed Next Week

We poke a lot of fun over here at the ineptitude of the once great NBC network, but only because it seems like monkeys are in charge over there.

The first time you screw up the Jay Leno situation is funny.  The second time is more sad than funny.  So what will they screw up next?

NBC will reveal their 2013 Fall lineup next week.  The guys over at TV By The Numbers have made their final predictions as to what shows will make the cut for next year.

    Robert Bill
1600 Penn NBC 0% 0%
Deception NBC 20% 0%
Guys With Kids NBC 5% 0%
Up All Night NBC 0% 0%
The New Normal NBC 20% 25%
Hannibal NBC 25% 30%
Whitney NBC 55% 51%
Go On NBC 58% 55%
Community NBC 52% 60%
Parks & Recreation NBC 100% 100%


1600 Penn was one of the funniest shows on this year.  The fact that it is done is annoying.  How does a show like Whitney have a better than 50% chance of continuing?  I’m guessing a lot of Hannibal fans out there are going to be upset with the predictions.  Also, they published their predictions on May 7th, and since that time Deception has already been cancelled.

4 Comments on NBC – Fall Lineup To Be Revealed Next Week

  1. Midwest Mike // May 9, 2013 at 3:46 pm //

    Also, losing 1600 Penn is really annoying. Whitney is NBC’s 2 Broke Girls. It is one of the worst shows on TV yet NBC can’t wait to keep putting it out there. I’m convinced Whitney Cummings has one of the NBC execs children locked up in a basement and has agreed to keep them alive as long as her show is on the air and at this point, I don’t even think it’s worth it to keep that kid alive.

  2. Midwest Mike // May 9, 2013 at 3:45 pm //

    I can’t believe that they think Community is coming back. NBC has done everything they can to kill it from keeping it off the air for most of a season to moving it’s time slot repeatedly to losing the best writers on the show. For all of the jerk he is, Chevy Chase read the writing on the wall and jumped off the sinking ship at the right time. Community is just awful now. There isn’t even a point to the show any more. Every episode has to be some spoof of something and none of it relates to any kind of a story line.

    Also, like a show set in HS, shouldn’t some of these people graduate from the community college at some point? Winger doesn’t seem to be in that big of a hurry to get back to his high-paid legal career.

  3. Midwest Mark // May 9, 2013 at 10:35 am //

    Hannibal is an outstanding show suffering from a boneheaded timeslot. I’m crossing my fingers for good news on that one.

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