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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Plus: Game of Thrones, NYC 22, and ABC's Titanic miniseries
Plus: Luck rides off into the sunset and Once Upon a Time visits Wonderland
Plus: Spartacus: Vengeance, In Plain Sight, and Check it Out! With Dr. Steve Brule
Plus: Grimm, Army Wives, Breakout Kings, and Q'Viva! The Chosen.
Plus: Fringe, The Walking Dead, and Luck.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Amazing Race, and Maya Rudolph on SNL.
Find out what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs, then tell us what YOU'RE still watching in the comments.
Plus: Archer and the CW dusts off the classic male witch film The Covenant
Plus: Charlie Sheen's leading lady is almost set, Kevin Nealon is headed back to NBC, and Grimm casts a foxy lady.
Plus: Rob Schneider returns to TV and Up All Night moves to Thursdays.
For an opening argument, we found Sunday's series premiere lacking.
Plus: Downton Abbey, Absolutely Fabulous, and Charles Barkley on SNL.
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 upcoming adaptation of the John Grisham novel and Tom Cruise movie looks like another one for NBC's scrap pile.
Whitney moves to Wednesdays, Up All Night moves to Thursdays, and there's no Prime Suspect or Awake.