This week is Upfronts week in New York. On Monday, NBC revealed its battle horses for the 2018/2019 season. Up next, we round up all green-lights, renewals and cancellations.
Having earned its place as the preferred channel amongst adults 18-49 in four of the last five years, NBC is preparing a 2018/2019 season that isn't straying away from what the network has been programming so far.
Up next, ttvnews rounds up everything revealed by the company during this Upfront, which took place this Monday (May 14) at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
After an intense pilot season, these are the shows that have made the cut and received a full season order. Some will be released in fall (September-October) and others will have their moment to shine during the midseason.
It's a Mystery thriller created by Robert Zemeckis and starring Josh Dallas (Once Upon a Time). NBC is calling it "the new Lost". Premiere: Fall 2018, probably on Mondays.
The show follows the passengers and crew of flight 828, who after landing from a turbulent trip, discover that the world has moved on five years with them all presumed dead.
It's a new medical drama starring Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist). Premiere: Fall 2018 on Tuesdays.
Dr. Max Goodwin is the medical director of an aging and sparsely staffed hospital, the only one in the world capable of treating Ebola patients, Rikers inmates and the president of the United States, all under the same roof. Goodwin struggles to prevent the bureaucracy from interfering with patient care and is determined to restore his old hospital.
It's a comedy series based on the book I Feel Bad: All Day. Every Day. About Everything, by Orli Auslander. It stars Sarayu Blue (No Tomorrow). Premiere: Fall 2018 on Thursdays.
Emet is a mother, a boss, a wife, a friend and an imperfect daughter. She feels bad when she has a sex dream about someone who is not her husband or when she uses her staff to help solve her personal problems. But that's fine, right? Nobody can have everything and do it perfectly.
From the producers behind The Good Place, Mike Schur and David Miner, the show stars Natalie Morales. Premiere: not yet determined.
The series will focus on Abby, a woman who runs a clandestine bar in her backyard.
It's a drama Starring Jennifer Carpenter and Morris Chestnut. Premiere: not yet determined.
A dizzying thriller about a former CIA agent serving a life sentence after being imprisoned as the biggest traitor in US history; and an FBI agent who decides to recruit her to track down a dangerous criminal.
The show is a procedural drama created by Moira Kirland and staring Harriet Dyer. Premiere: not yet determined.
Cassie Bishop can communicate with the dead. Using her gift, she will try and help them resolve their unresolved issues while also help solve mysterious murders along the way.
It's a show starring Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint and Daren Kagasoff. Premiere: not yet determined.
The series focuses on the dramas and experiences surrounding Brooklyn apartments, where neighbors have become part of a great family.
The iconic comedy series cancelled by Fox has been renewed by NBC for a new season, the sixth. Premiere: midseason.
The series takes place on a New York police station, where Detective Jake Peralta is unable to take anything seriously and his Captain Raymond Holt tries to teach him everything he knows.
What's Coming Back?
"We have a strong and stable fall season, with many series coming back," said Bob Greenblatt, NBC chairman. These are the shows returning for nee seasons.
A.P. Bio (Season 2)
Blindspot (Season 4)
Chicago Fire (Season 7)
Chicago Med (Season 4)
Chicago P.D. (Season 6)
Good Girls (Season 2)
Law & Order: SVU (Season 20)
Midnight, Texas (Season 2)
Superstore (Season 4)
The Blacklist (Season 6)
The Good Place (Season 3)
This Is Us (Season 3)
Will & Grace (Season 11)
What's Been Cancelled?
As in every season, some shows just didn't make the cut. These are the shows saying goodbye.
Shades Of Blue
Law & Order True Crime
Although most of the programming has been arranged, there are two shows NBC is still on the fence about: Champions and Timeless. As of yet, we don't know if they are coming back or if they're being canceled.
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