“The Blacklist” & “Chicago Fire” Renewed By NBC

Posted Thursday February 5, 2015 1:09 PM GMT

It’s one of the hottest shows on television, so it’s no wonder that “The Blacklist” has been given a green light for Season 3 by NBC.

The James Spader program joins “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” “Law & Order: SVU” and “Grimm” on the list of series that are safe for at least one more round.


NBC's Robert Greenblatt Cuts Ties with Bill Cosby

Posted Sunday January 18, 2015 5:03 PM GMT

Continuing to splash headlines, Bill Cosby received another reckoning of public backlash from NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt earlier this week during the Television Critics Association panel in Beverly Hills, CA.


“Bewitched” Remake In the Works!

Posted Thursday October 23, 2014 10:33 AM GMT

It was one of the hottest shows of the 1960s and now “Bewitched” is gearing up to make a major network comeback.

According to People, NBC is developing the reboot along with “The Vow” duo of Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, and it will debut in the 2015-16 fall lineup.


Cosmopolitan Magazine Is Getting Its Own Television Show!

Posted Thursday October 16, 2014 6:53 PM GMT

The publishing industry is full of all kinds of drama and now NBC is developing a single-camera comedy about a new sex blogger at Cosmopolitan magazine.

According to WWD, the program will be written by Leslye Headland and produced by Cosmopolitan’s own Holly Whidden and Joanna Coles as well as Universal Television and The District.


Meredith Vieira Announces Fall Debut of New Show

Posted Tuesday July 15, 2014 9:50 AM GMT

She’s been itching to show fans what she’s been up to as of late, and finally Meredith Vieira will launch her new talk show this fall.

During the Fall 2014 TCA event on Monday (July 14), the former “Today” host told press that the program will be called, simply “The Meredith Vieira Show,” though it wasn’t her first choice.


NBC Chairman Explains Cancelling “Community”

Posted Monday July 14, 2014 5:43 PM GMT

After suffering less than desirable ratings and staffing issues, NBC canceled “Community” after its fifth season last year.

During an interview at the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt told reporters other reasons behind the show’s cut from the primetime schedule.


“Today” Show Retains Matt Lauer for Multi-Year Agreement

Posted Friday June 13, 2014 10:28 AM GMT

His contract was about to expire in a few months, but thankfully Matt Lauer has signed a new agreement with NBC to continue his morning show reign.

The handsome “Today” show host will remain at his post for multiple years to come, though the network refused to disclose just how long Lauer had agreed to.


NBC Cancels “Community” After a Five-Season Run

Posted Friday May 9, 2014 3:12 PM GMT

Not lucky enough to make the cut, NBC cancelled its comedy “Community” after its five-season run.

The network made the announcement on Friday (May 9) after sharing better news for “Hannibal” and “About a Boy,” which were both granted new season renewals.