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  1. paul says

    Only see 1 show worth watching, NBC has hit the bottom is is truly the worst network on TV, behind even TNT, Sify, Lifetime, Comedy Network and Fox. NBC is now the garbage network

  2. Sherry says

    Well, out of the new NBC lineup, I can’t say that the new shows appeal to me. The only shows that I know I will watch are Parenthood, Harry’s Law and Chuck.
    Your write up on Prime Suspect doesn’t grab my interest. The Playboy Club is not something I would care to watch based on it’s content. Smash is an emphatic ‘NO’ for me. I’ll check out Grimm and Awake when they air, undetermined at this time. The Firm, I read the book and saw the original movie. I don’t think I want to follow up on it in a tv series. For one reason or another the “new comedies” don’t seem funny in writing, so I most likely won’t waste my time on them.

  3. Kat says

    The only thing I’m looking forward to on this network is Grimm — it’s pretty amazing a network could fail so much that I’m only watching one show on it (I’m pretty sure I’m watching or going to watch at least three shows on all of the other networks). Grimm’s got potential, but why did they have to put it in Fringe’s and Supernatural’s time slot? I see I’ll be making full use of all three TVs and VCRs in my house… It’ll be a shame if Grimm fails simply because of NBC putting it in the ~one~ established sci-fi slot on all the networks. It strikes me as a new “Angel” (it comes from David Greenwalt, who did a lot of work on that show), but we’ll see if it fails as badly as “The Cape” did on NBC this past season. Meanwhile, it looks like they didn’t pick up similiarly themed (police drama in a world where magic is commonplace and public knowledge), which had a lot of talent (both actors and a writer) from “Battlestar Galactica” — that’s too bad, but I can see that maybe they wouldn’t want two sci-fi programs in the same season. The other pilot I was interested in on this network was “Reconstruction” — a Civil War era drama, which looked a heck of a lot more interesting than yet another singing competition show. Ah well. “Awake” looks all right, too, but my schedule’s already overstuffed, so I can live without it.

    • Kat says

      17th Precinct, with Jamie Bamber, James Callis, Tricia Heilfer, Kristin Kreuk, and Matt Long, with Ronald D. Moore as the writer is the other pilot I mention. With talent like that attached to it, the buzz factor alone would’ve been through the roof. Sigh.

  4. Sarah says

    Big fan of Community! Everything else I can take it or leave it.
    Can’t believe they canceled Law & Order – the original. IDIOTS!

  5. Cheryl says

    I don’t think I’m going to put myself out there to enjoy any of these shows just to have them canceled. I thoroughly enjoyed Law and Order-Los Angeles, Chase, and Undercovers. These were excellant shows and were not given a chance. Constantly moving the shows to different nights/times, so that no one knows when their shows are on. If it weren’t for my DVR and having these shows in my priority list I would have missed a lot of these brillant shows. I feel that NBC does not want me as a vierwer, at least they have convinced me they don’t want/need me. No wonder they are last, and they will probably stay last. <:))))<

  6. bob says

    Grimm in the same timeslot as Supernatural and Fringe…



    Why can’t one of these networks put something worth watching on a Wednesday or Saturday or something instead of lumping them all in at the same time.

  7. Herb says

    Well as usual NBC blows it again. Threw away there good programs like Chase and Out Source and expects to watch a bunch of new trash just so we can maybe get interested and they can cancel them also. I will be watching NBC for 1 show next season Chuck and as soon as they cance that one NBC will no longer be on my schedule for anything including there local news. They like being last I guess.

  8. Lois S says

    What CRAP NBC has planned for next season..Harry’s Law and the Biggest Loser are the only winners.

  9. Doug says

    I am glad that they are giving Chuck a good send off. After that is over, I will have no reason to watch NBC. I will not give any of their new shows a try. Why bother, they will cancel them all before I even have a chance to watch them on my DVR.

  10. Paul says

    Looks Like NBC will be the biggest loser again next season. I know I will only be watching 1 show on this crappy network next season and will not bother watching any of the new shows as they will be cancelled by end of season anyway. That is this networks pattern. Loved Chase to bad a better network doesn’t pick it up as it will do better on a different network. Same with Out Source after all who watches NBC any more.

  11. says

    “Awake” and “Grimm” seem pretty interesting, but the sitcoms all sound stupid… but I supposed Modern Family and Raising Hope would sound equally as stupid on paper. We’ll have to see.

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