Four shows get the axe from NBC, including Kyle Killen's brain-teasing drama and Chelsea Handler's comedy.
The Peacock had a miserable year, but believe it or not, it made progress. What will happen with NBC in 2012-2013?
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Creator Dan Harmon has confirmed the date NBC's comedy returns, and it's not as far away as you might think!
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Plus: Are You There, Chelsea? and Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials.
Plus: Revenge, Happy Endings, and the return of Syfy's Face Off.
With TV schedules shifting all over the place to make room for new midseason series, it's difficult to keep track of when and where your favorite shows will air. That's why we're here.
The network's 2011-2012 schedule includes a dozen new shows; Chuck and Harry's Law will move to new nights.