The broadcast networks unveiled their new schedules in this week at their annual upfront presentations in New York City. Many fan favorites were renewed, among them NBC’s Parenthood, following a long protracted negotiation and last-minute agreement. And some were canceled, like NBC’s Community, which, to the dismay of many fans, will not get six seasons or a movie.
The networks also announced which new series they picked up as well, but shockingly, for CBS, that didn’t include the How I Met Your Mother spinoff How I Met Your Dad. (Here’s more information on ABC’s, CBS’, NBC’s, Fox’s, and The CW’s new shows.)
It’s a lot of information to digest, but after celebrating or mourning your favorite shows’ fates, the biggest issue facing viewers is sifting through the new timeslots. ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The CW’s Supernatural will overlap at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and NBC’s Parenthood is facing off with ABC’s new, highly anticipated Shonda Rhimes show How To Get Away With Murder at 10 p.m. on Thursdays.
Check out the guide below to figure out your television priorities for next season!
- President Trump has given House Republicans an ultimatum: Pass their health care bill Friday or he will move on to other issues.
- FBI agents posed as filmmakers to talk to armed militia during a standoff in Nevada, then used the footage against two men on trial in federal court.
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- A lawsuit has been filed against a renowned UC Berkeley professor who allegedly sexually harassed and assaulted a former student and employee.