NBC: Will Parenthood be cancelled after the Olympics?
By Robin Oatley on February 23, 2014
Other recent Renewals and Cancellations on NBC:
- NBC: Constantine doesn't get a full-season order, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt heads to Netflix (November 24th)
- NBC Predictions: State Of Affairs has promising future, Grimm likely renewed (November 23rd)
Since NBC has been airing The Olympics for the last weeks, meaning there was no room in the schedule for any of the scripted series to air. Since The Olympics pull in a lot of viewers, most other networks have adjusted their schedules accordingly. It also means that NBC has lead the ratings and viewer counts for the last few weeks.
Since no series aired, there is no change in our predictions for their renewal or cancellation. However, what do we have to look forward to when normal programming resumes? Hopefully: clarity on the fates of a number of shows. For instance; Parenthood, which has been scoring below average for its entire season but has been marked as ‘doing well creatively’ by chairman of NBC Entertainment Robert Greenblatt.
|Show||Status / Prediction|
|Chicago Fire||Certain Renewal|
|Parks and Recreation||Certain Renewal|
|Chicago PD||Likely Renewal|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Likely Renewal|
|About a Boy||Toss Up|
|The Michael J. Fox Show||Certain Cancellation|
|Sean Saves The World||Cancelled|
|Welcome to the Family||Cancelled|