UP FOR DISCUSSION
NBC has officially ditched its long-running Must-See TV lineup, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the great shows it produced.
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STRAIGHT AND NARROW
We’ve already seen Bent, the new NBC comedy with the strange name premiering this week. Is it worth your half-hour investment? Here’s the scoop.
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What to watch on Thursday, March 31.
In order to make way for The Paul Reiser Show, NBC has dropped its Thursday-night rom-com. Would you have done the same?
The Office also gets renewed for next season. Outsourced and Perfect Couples? Not so much.
What to watch on Thursday, March 17.
Plus: A Twin Peaks vet signs on for one of the season's more intriguing pilots, The Event returns with terrible ratings, and HBO is working on a show about Nazi-fighting magicians.
Plus: Another blonde starlet might judge The X Factor, lots of pilot casting news, and The Cape finale may not air on TV, but it will air.
NO, YOU HANG UP!
The major networks will be bombarding us with romantic comedies in the midseason, but will we be able to tell them apart?
SAFE FOR WORK
Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
GONE TOO SOON?
The barroom comedy gets the axe after four seasons; the show's superb cast is now free to pursue other projects.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
Watch clips from NBC's new shows, including Outsourced, The Event, The Cape, and Love Bites. Consider them a warning of what's in store for fall.