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The Peacock has done some pretty dramatic reshuffling, and will air comedies four nights a week.
As expected, Amy Poehler's and whoever is still left on The Office's shows have been renewed, along with freshman comedies (that will now be sophomore comedies) Up All Night and Whitney.
Plus: The Big Bang Theory, The Office, and Community.
The Peacock had a miserable year, but believe it or not, it made progress. What will happen with NBC in 2012-2013?
Plus: CBS threatens to sue ABC over idea stealing, Dish Network beefs with AMC, and Kim Jong Il is returning to 30 Rock.
Plus: The Secret Circle, Awake, and Parks and Recreation
Plus: The Secret Circle, Person of Interest, and Scandal
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Plus: Schur describes his optimism for a possible Season 5.
Plus: Community and Kathy Griffin's new talk show
In Part 1 of our two-part interview, the man in charge of one of our favorite comedies talks about the thought that goes into making us laugh.
Plus: Supernatural loses its showrunner and Homeland and Game of Thrones win Peabody Awards.
Plus: Up All Night, The Big Bang Theory, and Celebrity House Hunting.
Creator Dan Harmon has confirmed the date NBC's comedy returns, and it's not as far away as you might think!
In this week's edition: Ricky Gervais talks about panda sex, a The River cameraman curses, and The Walking Dead's Lori is dumb.
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