We’re one step closer to having a complete list of season finale dates for all of our favorite network TV shows now that NBC has made it official. There’s a wide range, starting at the end of March with Whitney and going all the way until the latter half of June with The Voice and Hannibal.
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Whitney, The New Normal and The Office all have one-hour finales (the first two of these shows are back-to-back episodes). Besides All-Star Celebrity Apprentice and The Voice, Law & Order: SVU will wrap up with a two-hour episode as well.
And a finale date was also announced for Hannibal, a new drama that doesn’t debut until April 4.
We also found out today that America’s Got Talent season 8 will premiere on Tuesday, June 4 from 9-11pm (and continuing the next night with an hour-long episode at 8pm), with new judges Mel B and Heidi Klum joining returning favorites Howard Stern and Howie Mandel. (This marks a change from last year when NBC premiered the show during May sweeps.) The live shows begin on Tuesday, July 23 (9-11pm) and Wednesday, July 24 (8-9pm).
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
8-9pm: Whitney (back-to-back episodes)
THURSDAY, MARCH 28
8:30-9pm/9:30-10pm: 1600 Penn
TUESDAY, APRIL 2
9-10pm: The New Normal (back-to-back episodes)
THURSDAY, APRIL 11
9:30-10pm: Go On
THURSDAY, MAY 2:
9:30-10pm: Parks and Recreation
THURSDAY, MAY 9
FRIDAY, MAY 10
8pm: Fashion Star
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
10-11pm: Chicago Fire
THURSDAY, MAY 16
9-10pm: The Office (Series Finale)
FRIDAY, MAY 17
SUNDAY, MAY 19
9-11pm: All-Star Celebrity Apprentice
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
9-11pm: Law & Order: SVU
MONDAY, MAY 27
TUESDAY, JUNE 18
9-11pm: The Voice
THURSDAY, JUNE 27
You might notice that Smash isn’t included in the above lineup. I guess NBC figures they don’t need to announce an end-date since they’re unofficially cancelling it by burning off the remaining episodes on Saturdays beginning April 6. But if they stick to the schedule they’re currently on, the season 2 (and most likely series) finale should air on May 25.
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