Articles for Deception Season 1

NBC has announced its plans for 2013, and things are changing in a big way. Smash is moving to Tuesday nights, The Voice and Revolution will be off until the end of March and Community will return to its original time slot, Thursdays at 8pm.  Read more »
I hope you like to laugh. Because that‘s what TV has in store for us this fall. NBC is the first major network to announce its schedule for Fall 2012, and comedy is everywhere. Check out the full schedule here! Read more »
The Bravermans live on! NBC has renewed the critically acclaimed but ratings-challenged family drama Parenthood for a 15-episode fourth season.  Read more »
A wealthy, prominent party girl, Vivian Bowers, is found dead of an apparent overdose, but could it be murder? In Deception, her childhood best friend, San Francisco Police Department Detective Joanna Padget (Meagan Good, Think Like a Man), gets recruited to investigate her friend‘s death. Joanna finds a web of mystery surrounding the Bowers family and their business.  Read more »
What would you do if you were a detective and your childhood best friend was found dead in a hotel room murdered? San Francisco Detective Joanna Locasto (Meagan Good) faces that question in the series premiere of Deception when her former partner and current FBI agent Will Moreno (Laz Alonso) asks for her help investigating the mysterious death of Vivian Bowers (Bree Williamson). Read more »
At the end of 2012, NBC was proud as its peacock mascot about its ratings. For the first time since the heyday of Friends, the network stood atop the major networks for the fall season. Sadly, NBC seemed to think that meant they could stop and things would just magically freeze in place.  Read more »
In anticipation of NBC‘s upfront presentation where the network will announce its 2013-2014 TV lineup, there are plenty of decisions to be made. Not only will the network look through which new shows will get ordered, but it also has a number of shows on the bubble.  Read more »

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