NBC’s Fall Schedule Heavy on Drama With Two Nights of Dick Wolf Shows

Despite the drama and reality heavy fall schedule, executives were quick to note, in a conference call with reporters, that its commitment to comedy has not waned.

“There’s obviously a long history and legacy of comedies that NBC — we want to honor that,” said Susan Rovner, chairman of entertainment content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming.

Next week’s upfronts, in which major TV networks will show off their fall lineup for advertisers, mark the first breath the industry has been able to take as the nation begins to emerge from the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.

Notably, the upcoming NBC season will only grant viewers one cycle of “The Voice,” and the sixth and final season of “This Is Us” will premiere mid-season for the first time, giving the drama’s final episodes an uninterrupted run.

But with the network and Lilly Singh parting ways after two years, NBC will “be going in a different direction than a talk show,” said Berwick, who declined to offer specifics.

Set in Detroit, the corporate executives of Payne Motors are at a crossroads: adapt to the changing times or be sent to the junkyard.

There’s Noah, a hopeless romantic too eager to settle down; Nicky, a go-getter in both real estate and romance; Sherm, a low-key genius who plays the dating odds; Anthony, whose true love is his career; and Wyatt, who’s relieved to be married and out of the dating scene.

In the search for answers, one family torn apart by this disaster will have to unlock the secrets of this inexplicable event to find a way back to each other.

The cast includes Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Jon Seda, Nicholas Gonzalez, Chiké Okonkwo, Karina Logue, Zyra Gorecki, Jack Martin, Veronica St.

The three parallel stories that diverge from that night find Joe and the people around him with different careers, relationships and family lives, showing the unexpected ways that things change – and stay the same.

Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner will write and executive produce along with executive producers Matt Reeves, Adam Kassan, Rafi Crohn, Howard Klein.

Every week, the series will put the lawyers – and the criminal justice system – under the microscope like only Law & Order can, delivering hard-hitting, ripped-from-the-headlines stories that provide a new vantage point on justice.

Two-time Academy Award winner Renée Zellweger stars in a riveting true-crime drama inspired by one of the most popular, compelling sagas ever told on “Dateline NBC.” What appeared to be a straightforward murder case would eventually set off a chain of events exposing both a wrongful conviction and a diabolical scheme involving a woman named Pam Hupp.

Expanding the “America’s Got Talent” franchise from powerhouse producer Simon Cowell and production partner Fremantle, “AGT: Extreme” will showcase the most outrageous and jaw-dropping daredevil acts.

America’s biggest live entertainment event has arrived! Based on the worldwide phenomenon “Eurovision Song Contest,” organized for 65 years by the European Broadcasting Union and watched by 200 million viewers annually, this amazing musical spectacular combines the competitive spirit of rooting for your favorite sports team with the joy of watching a beloved singing performance.

“American Song Contest” will be produced by Anders Lenhoff, Christer Björkman, Peter Settman and Ola Melzig alongside Propagate’s Ben Silverman, Howard T.

These fire fighters are true everyday heroes and their compelling stories will be told alongside the heart-pounding action of unpredictable and dangerous circumstances as they face the front lines of life and death.

The series will put viewers into a spin each week as celebrity guests attempt to help contestants win big.

“Who Do You Think You Are?” is produced by Warner Bros.

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