NBC announced its mid-season schedule today, and I'm confused. It feels
like the network is playing a game of program Boggle, putting all its
shows into the cube, shaking it up, and letting random chance decide
where shows end up.
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Not only do shows move days in the middle of the season, but there are new slots for many of its shows, including Chase
, Law and Order: SVU
, Law and Order: Los Angeles
and 30 Rock
. It will be a miracle if fans can even find when their shows are on.
Here's the schedule. Good luck deciphering it.
(returns January 17)
9pm: The Cape
(new show with a special premiere Sunday, January 9, running through February 21) and The Event
(returns February 28)
10pm: Harry's Law
(new show airing January 17-February 28) and Parenthood
(new night starting March 7)
8pm: The Biggest Loser
(premieres January 4)
(January) and Law and Order: Los Angeles
(new night returning February 8)
8pm: Minute to Win it
(premieres January 5)
(new night from January 12-March 9) and America's Next Great Restaurant
(new show premieres March 16)
10pm: Law and Order: SVU
(two-hour episode on January 5 at 9pm, then it moves to this new timeslot)
THURSDAY (starting January 20):
8:30pm Perfect Couples
9pm: The Office
9:30pm: Parks and Recreation
10pm: 30 Rock
8pm: Who Do You Think You Are?
(premieres January 21)
(returns January 7)
8pm: The Marriage Ref
(premieres March 6)
9pm: The Celebrity Apprentice
(premieres March 6)(Image courtesy of NBC)