What’s going on with Chicago Justice and Trial & Error? Recently, NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt discussed the renewal chances for the two freshman TV series, Variety reports. 5/21 update: Trial & Error is renewed for season two on NBC. Details here.
Both series have a decent shot at being renewed for a second season. Chicago Justice is the latest installment in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise, which has been a huge success for NBC for the past few years. And while the show’s first season has only brought in moderate ratings, its connection to the other Chicago series will surely give it a boost.
Recently, Greenblatt told reporters that NBC is still deciding on the fate of Chicago Justice until the rest of the schedule is hammered out, saying “We’re still putting the pieces in place for post-Olympics and summer.”
Meanwhile, the future of Trial & Error also remains unclear. The comedy, which stars Nicholas D’Agosto as a new lawyer, received low ratings during it first season but did garner some critical attention.
Although, despite poor ratings, Greenblatt suggested there may be a second season, saying “I hope we can have some good news about that in the near future.” Apparently, negotiations with the show’s studio, Warner Bros. TV, are still ongoing.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Chicago Justice and/or Trial & Error? Do you hope they get a second season?