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NBC in "Must-See" Mode

30rock-morgan.jpgWell it seems like "Twenty Good Years" didn't even pan out to one good season.

Reuters says that the John Lithgow/Jeffrey Tambor comedy has been pulled from the schedule after only two airings. However, it will get a few more episodes, and hasn't been officially canned. The rumor is that NBC wants to keep it around as a midseason replacement. Could you imagine how bad the show they'd replace would have to be?

NBC is also hoping to regain its "must-see" glory on Thursday nights, by pairing "Scrubs" and "30 Rock" with "My Name is Earl" and "The Office." Works for me.

"30 Rock" will join the Thursday lineup beginning November 16, as part of their trademark super-sized lineup, which will have three out of the four comedies airing 40-minute episodes. Then after a week off, all four shows will begin their regular Thursday night runs, starting November 30.

"Twenty Good Years" and "30 Rock" will remain in their Wednesday night timeslots through November 8. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on October 26, 2006 1:52 PM
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