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Cancelled or Renewed? Status of NBC TV Shows [12/6/12]

Has your favorite NBC TV show already been cancelled? What peacock TV series have been renewed for next season? Which season is currently airing? How many episodes have been ordered?

Below is a list of all of the regular NBC TV shows that have aired (or are expected to air) during the 2012-13 season — roughly September 2012 – August 2013. The Summer 2012 shows are also included.

Using this “cheat sheet” you can tell where your favorite NBC television program stands; how many episodes are in the current season, when it’ll be back on the air and, of course, if it’s already been renewed or cancelled.

NOTE: This page is no longer being updated. You can find newer versions here.

Here are listings for the other networks: ABC | CBS | The CW | FOX

TV shows Current/latest season Status
30 Rock 7 (13 eps) series finale airs 1/31/13
1600 Penn 1 (?? eps) previews 12/18/12
America’s Got Talent 8 (? eps) debuts Summer 2013
American Ninja Warrior 4 (16 eps, aired) not cancelled or renewed yet
Animal Practice 1 (9 eps, aired/released) cancelled
Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 2 (?? eps) debuts 1/8/13
The Biggest Loser 14 (12 eps) debuts 1/6/13
Celebrity Apprentice 13 (?? eps) debuts 3/3/13
Chicago Fire 1 (22 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Community 4 (13 eps) debuts 2/7/13
Crossbones 1 (10 eps) debuts mid-season
Dateline 22 (?? eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Deception (formerly Infamous) 1 (?? eps) debuts 1/7/13
Do No Harm 1 (12 eps) debuts 1/31/13
Dracula 1 (10 eps) debuts mid-season
Fashion Star 2 (?? eps) debuts mid-season
Go On 1 (22 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Grimm 2 (22 eps) returns 1/11/13
Guys with Kids 1 (17 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Hannibal 1 (?? eps) debuts mid-season
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 14 (24 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Love in the Wild 2 (8 eps, aired) not cancelled or renewed yet
The New Normal 1 (22 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Next Caller 1 (4 eps) cancelled
The Office 9 (22 eps) final season
Parenthood 4 (15 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Parks and Recreation 5 (22 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Ready for Love 1 (?? eps) debuts 3/31/13
Revolution 1 (22 eps) returns 3/23/13
Rock Center with Brian Williams 2 (?? eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Saturday Night Live 38 (22 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
Save Me 1 (?? eps) debuts mid-season
Saving Hope 1 (13 eps, released) dropped by NBC, renewed in Canada
Smash 2 (?? eps) debuts 2/5/13
Surprise with Jenny McCarthy 1 (?? eps) debuts mid-season
Take It All (formerly Howie Mandel’s White Elephant) 1 (7 eps) debuts 12/10/12
Up All Night 2 (16 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
The Voice 3 (?? eps) renewed through cycle five, Fall 2013
Whitney 2 (13 eps) not cancelled or renewed yet
The Winner Is 1 (?? eps) debuts mid-season

If you can’t find a particular NBC TV series on this list, it may have been cancelled last season (2011-12) or the one before that (2010-11) — time flies doesn’t it! For a list of cancelled or ending shows from all networks, you can go here. It may also be possible that we missed something so feel free to let us know in the comments below.

What do you think? Which NBC TV shows do you think will be or should be cancelled? Which should be renewed?

 

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Racheal May 20, 2013 at 7:47 pm

PLEASE don’t cancel Love in the Wild!!!!!

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Gail Law Newlin January 22, 2013 at 11:53 pm

I think cancelling “Parenthood” would be a HUGE mistake on the part of NBC. It is so refreshing to watch a TV show, today, with such exceptonally talented actors (both young and old), who can, so convincingly, portray each of the distinctive characters that make up the Braverman family. The characters are so convincing and the storylines so realistic and compelling, that you just can’t wait to see the next episode. Jason Katims has blown me away twice, now—first, with “Friday Night Lights” and now, “Parenthood”. BRAVO!!!

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Boones January 1, 2013 at 1:50 am

Grimm is in the list as “returns 1/11/13″,
but all info i’ve found says it does not return til Mar 08, 2013

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admin January 1, 2013 at 7:48 am

As you can see by the date on the post, this list hasn’t been updated in a little while. I’m working on another one.

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JP December 19, 2012 at 1:52 pm

AT LEAST WHEN YOU CANCEL YOU SHOULD HAVE THE DECENCY TO END THE SHOW WITH A NICE ENDING LIKE THE SERIE CHASE
YOU OWE THAT TO THE PEOPLE WHO FOLLOW THE SERIE

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Sam December 13, 2012 at 3:20 pm

Not smart of NBC to wait until March for Revolution to return. Hopefully the fans do not forget to tune in. A lot of people have already lost interest and the long break will not help the show at all.

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Kathy December 11, 2012 at 8:30 pm

What the heck is NBC thinking???? I only watch TV on Tuesday nights. Lately all of my viewing time has been spent watching The New Normal, Go On, and Parenthood. Tonight I pop the corn, get my drink and comfy chair and WHATTTTTTT ……….. No Go On, then I check the guide and see that some silly game show is taking over The New Normal spot. I think I just gave up on tv and will call the cable company tomorrow and cancel.

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Steve November 8, 2012 at 7:21 pm

Where’s Body of Proof?

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admin November 9, 2012 at 10:38 am

On ABC. It returns mid-season but there’s no date yet.

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Boones January 1, 2013 at 1:46 am

In December 2012, ABC announced season 3 will premiere Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 10:00pm

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admin January 1, 2013 at 7:48 am

As you can see by the date on the post, this list hasn’t been updated in a little while. I’m working on another one.

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Terri October 30, 2012 at 5:23 pm

Please renew parenthood we watch very little tv but we have always watched parenthood.We also have done Nielson rating but it’s never been during parenthood.

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Darren Barabas October 24, 2012 at 11:12 pm

I find it hard to believe that NBC has cancelled such a great half-hour show. After 3 episodes of ANIMAL PRACTICE, I really think it should be picked up for the full season. Great acting and hilarious situations with the animals must be applauded – at least it has a good storyline. With all the other crap that is remaining on TV, why would you take off something that is good? Who is deciding this? Please give it another chance as it should be picked up. C’mon–Rizzo needs more TV time. Please consider reversing your decision…

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Mike October 26, 2012 at 1:38 am

why would nbc give a full season order to a comedy only 1.1 in the 18 – 49 demo rating…

it the lowest rated comedy on network tv and probable some cable sitcoms are rated higher…

NBC made the right choice

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Bethany November 15, 2012 at 3:15 am

Clearly the bulk of the viewing audience had the same issues I have had watching this show. Because anyone I have talked to (inlcuding the nearly 5K people on FB) have all loved this show. My youngest son is not a big tv watcher. He is 11 years old and actually sits down for an entire episode of the show every week. When he discovered that the show was not being aired anymore, he stopped watching ANYTHING on channel 11, and has vowed not to bother with the network ever again. So when he gets to the age they are “targeting” (An age I am personally in) he will NEVER give NBC primetime numbers. He is also an incredibly outspoken 11 year old. And has already written the network to complain more than 100 times. Hey, Family Guy was brought back after 6 years because of people doing this. I can only hope that Animal Planet or Comedy Central will pick the show up and let it keep going. I mean someone with a clue about good television shows would be nice.

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Bethany September 26, 2012 at 1:40 am

Well Comcast/Xfinity isn’t helping the ratings for any of these shows. Not only did it NOT record what was scheduled, but it also would not allow me to tune to the channel during the time that it was supposed to be recording them. So although I would have given ratings to the NBC lineup from 8-10pm cst they won’t show because Comcast prohibited the viewing of any of them. WTG Comcast, as if the networks didn’t already think that all good shows should be removed before anyone gets a chance to watch them, but now you are not even letting them get a peek at the fact that people already are watching them, or at least want to. Ok Rant over.

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