While NBC may have picked up “Community” for a season 5, and there may be those Dan Harmon rumors that are floating around out there, that does not mean by any stretch of the imagination that the network is actually going to be kind enough to give the show an official premiere date. Heck, it had it last season … albeit in a Friday spot where many presumed it would be left for dead.
It may be ironic almost given everything the fan favorite comedy has been through, but this is actually the first time the show has entered a new season without a spot on its schedule. In addition to the list of their plans for the fall, NBC also launched their mid-season schedule today. Remember in here, though, that some shows will probably be canceled, and thus this list will change until between now and early next year when things take effect.
Mondays – It’s the same as the fall: “The Voice” and new series “The Blacklist.”
Tuesdays – “The Voice” moves back to 8:00 p.m. Eastern after airing at 9 in the fall, and it is followed by two new comedies in “About a Boy” and “The Family Guide.” “Chicago Fire” holds steady at 10.
Wednesday – There’s nothing new to report here. The lineup remains “Revolution,” “Law & Order: SVU,” and “Ironside.”
Thursdays – There’s also no change: “Parks and Recreation,” new series “Welcome to the Family,” “Sean Saves the World,” and “The Michael J. Fox Show,” and also “Parenthood.”
Friday – As “Dracula” is a limited-run series, the pirate show “Crossbones” will replace it at 10:00 p.m., which should make great entertainment after “Dateline” and “Grimm.”
Sunday – This new lineup sounds interesting and risky in the place of football. “American Dream Builders,” “Believe” (from executive producer J.J. Abrams), and “Crisis” are all new series. Will it work? We’ll see, but that’s the lineup.
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