For fans of popular shows on NBC, odds are your favorite show has just been renewed by the peacock. A large list of renewals went out earlier this morning.
Among the shows picked up for another season are Revolution, Grimm, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire and Parenthood. Revolution has been doing terrifically on NBC, it’s the number scripted drama on the networks primetime schedule averaging 6 million viewers. That show is brought to you by Bad Robot (J.J. Abrams) and Warner Bros. TV. Parenthood has been struggling in the past with ratings but NBC must feel that the show is worth at least one-more season as it has been picked up as well.
Grimm on the other hand has been proving its worth keeping around, the Friday night series averages 3.2 million viewers. That series is part of Universal Television and is a Universal Television and is a Hazy Mills Production. Chicago Fire was also on the list of shows to be renewed along with Chicago Fire.
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