NBC Reveals the Finale Dates for Community, Revolution, and More

Don't you want to know how Season 2 of Whitney ends? Of course you do! NBC has announced the season finale dates for its current lineup, and if any of you folks out there are still watching NBC, you can find those dates below. As for the highlights, the finale for the network's big great hit Revolution is set for May 27, Community ends its fourth season (and maybe the whole series?) on May 9, Parks and Recreation finishes a week before Community on May 2, and The Voice will air its live two-hour finale on June 18. As for the aforementioned Whitney, no one cares. (Just kidding, Whitney goes out with back-to-back episodes on—double just kidding, no one cares!) It was previously announced that The Office will call it a series with a one-hour finale on May 16. 


NBC 2013 FINALE DATES

March 27

8–9pm: Whitney (back-to-back episodes)

March 28

8:30–9pm and 9:30–10pm: 1600 Penn (almost back-to-back episodes)

April 2

9–10pm: The New Normal (back-to-back episodes)

April 11

9:30–10pm: Go On

May 2

9:30–10pm: Parks and Recreation

May 9

8–8:30pm: Community

May 10

8–9pm: Fashion Star

May 15

10–11pm: Chicago Fire

May 16

9–10pm: The Office

May 17

9–10pm: Grimm

May 19

9–11pm: The Celebrity Apprentice

May 22

9–11pm: Law & Order: SVU

May 27

10–11pm: Revolution

June 18

9–11pm: The Voice

June 27

10–11pm: Hannibal

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I love Whitney! Especially this season! :) I hope there's a season 3!
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Yah no idea why all the Whitney hate...unprofessional in a post in my opinion. Writer probably watches Glee and loves Twilight.
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I love Glee, twilight & Whitney :)
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I don't like Glee, Twilight, or Whitney.
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Well I guess the 27th will be the series finale of Whitney. That's not good, I really liked the show. It was smart, fresh, first show in a long to to be innovating enough to creat its own comedic conudrums.

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I hope the finale of The Office is not a clip show.
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Why TV.com hates Whitney so much? Yes, is not that great but its not as bad as you keep saying. Did you even watch past the first episode?
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I was noting on Yahoo how they didn't list Community as a series finale so the rumors that they are still in the mix for next year makes me feel all warm inside. I wonder if the money saved with axing Chevy is actually gonna help get a fifth season? I hope they kill him off with something gay. I mean turns out he was experimenting with gay sex.
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It feels like just a month ago that I'd have cried about the possible end of Community...
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I did cry about them possibly ending Community a month and a half ago.
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Well, at least Hannibal won't have any real competition for a while. Not interested in it at all, but if it does get canned, I hope Bryan Fuller makes an attempt to create another original series... and on cable this time. Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies were way too good for the networks.
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Too many great shows have been killed early by the networks. Time for them to just go away, or just stick to crap shows and reality tv.

Don't forget though that Bryan Fuller didn't have much luck with Showtime either, with Dead Like Me. Loved all three of these series...
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Never saw Dead Like Me, and I didn't realize that it only lasted for two seasons. I'm kind of surprised since dramas usually thrive on Showtime.
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I just hope NBC renews The New Normal and Go On. To bright spots on Tuesday night as far as I'm concerned. Plus, I'd be surprised Whitey gets a third season as some said it should never have received a second season order.
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Community has to keep being made, and it would be best if Dan Harmon were attached. Change networks, do what you must, but it's great television, as good as it gets. We should protect things that are good.
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May the next news be that NBC renews Parks and Rec for a 6th season
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#SixSeasonsEvenIfTheLastTwoAreOnNetflix
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So Community's series finale might be on my birthday... *weeps*
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Isn't Parks & Rec also in danger of this being its last season?
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No. Its odds of renewal are good according to TVByTheNumbers.
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It has low viewership (because it's on NBC) and hasn't gotten an early pickup, and everything else surrounding it seems to be disappearing or moving, I think that's the justification from the article last week that said it was in danger.
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Wait what? i have heard nothing of this
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Shhh don't say it out loud.
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*Mmmph mphm nmph nmm nmm?*
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Community: This season will probably be its last but if not then, #sixseasonsandamovie!!

Revolution: Optimistic that it'll get a second season.
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How could it not? What else do they have? Nothing...
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But there's a chance that the ratings will slip even further upon their return and NBC has a bunch of pilots coming up.
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Looks like I won't be watching anything on NBC for about a month and a half (between Go On season finale and AGT season premire)
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Six seasons and a movie! Please don't give up on Community, NBC!
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Community better be back for Season 5.
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If for some miraculous reason Community does get a fifth season then they MUST change the show runners.
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Yes. Bring back to Dan Harmon, get back the other writers that left, and move it the hell away from NBC. Also, bonus points if they reference Dallas and make the 4th season a dream season.
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Exactly, why didn't I see it before. The only plausible explanation for the awfulness of this season within the continuity of the Communiverse is that it is really Leonard's dream and his putrid unconscious mind is tainting it.
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Or it's Abed's nightmares.
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#SixSeasonsAndAShowrunnerChange
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Funny...for a bunch of shows that haven't even started yet...here are their end dates...
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Hey where is Smash ???
and isn't Go On on Tuesdays ??
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Smash is essentially canceled; and yes, Go On is usually on Tuesdays, but NBC is going to try it out on Thursdays in April. The news about both shows was announced last week:
http://www.tv.com/news/nbc-is-giving-up-and-moving-smash-to-saturdays-136321589815/
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Smash has been moved to the Saturday deathslot and I'm guessing NBC wanted to save the pennies it'd cost to print a page with its finale date on it. The minute they moved it to Saturday, everybody knew it was dead anyway.

Go On was on Tuesdays but in the same press release about Smash's move they announced Go On will be tested out on Thursday for its final 2 episodes to ensure its loyal audience is confused.

Also, the date for NBC's "Ready for Love" was vomited out in that same press release, that was a very awful press release.
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