TV Quick Hits: ‘2 Broke Girls,’ ‘Angel From Hell’ move, ‘Twin Peaks’ surprise, Adam Levine’s new NBC effort

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CBS changes things up – Remember the notion that “Angel From Hell” would be premiering on CBS in November, after the conclusion of Thursday Night Football? Well, times are changing, and this angel is heading back to February.

The network has confirmed that the Jane Lynch – Maggie Lawson series is being pushed replaced by the new season of “2 Broke Girls,” which was originally being held until midseason. It’s hard to necessarily figure what is the reason behind the move. Maybe CBS was feeling less risky, or maybe they want to try and figure out how to use the Super Bowl and other platforms to promote the “Angel From Hell” premiere. The network does have the Super Bowl this year, but we anticipate right now that it will go to either “Supergirl” or the relatively-new “Scorpion,” depending on which the network wants to support more. We have a hard time imagining a comedy getting the spot.

Adam Levine’s latest NBC effort – While he may not be executive-producing a music-related pilot for the network anymore, the Maroon 5 rocker and coach on “The Voice” is finding a new way to partner with the network.

Per Deadline, he and director David Dobkin are joining forces for a show based loosely on the “Sugar” music video that Dobkin directed. It will feature major events in the lives of real people, and then a surprise way for a celebrity to incorporate themselves into the mix. It’s fun, light entertainment; a pilot has been ordered, and we’ll have to wait and see what NBC thinks about that after the fact.

Peter Sarsgaard not doing “Twin Peaks” – As it turns out, this is one gig that doesn’t seem to be happening. Despite reports to the contrary, Sarsgaard (who would know better than anyone) told Entertainment Weekly that while he loves the show, he’s not a part of the Showtime revival.

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