Upfronts: The NBC Fall 2010 Schedule Is Released Early

     May 16, 2010

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NBC will officially announce their Fall 2010 schedule later today, but The Live Feed has it early “barring any last minute changes.”  Chuck is still on Mondays at 8:00, paired with new shows The Event and Chase.  Tuesday remains intact with two hours of The Biggest Loser followed by Parenthood.  The J.J. Abrams spy drama Undercovers kicks off Wednesday night, while Law & Order: SVU moves to 9:00 PM to provide a lead-in for the new Law & Order: Los Angeles.  Thursday night is devoted to comedy, where new sitcom Outsourced will benefit from the Office lead-in, followed by Love Bites at 10:00 PM.  Notably, NBC will try their hand at scripted television on Fridays with new legal drama Outlaw at 10:00 PM. Saturdays are for repeats, and Sundays go to football.  Check out the full schedule after the jump.

New shows are in bold.

MONDAY
8:00 — Chuck
9:00 — The Event
10:00 — Chase

TUESDAY
8:00 — The Biggest Loser (2 hours)
10:00 — Parenthood

WEDNESDAY
8:00 — Undercovers
9:00 — Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
10:00 — Law & Order: Los Angeles

THURSDAY
8:00 — Community
8:30 — 30 Rock
9:00 — The Office
9:30 — Outsourced
10:00 — Love Bites

FRIDAY
8:00 — Who Do You Think You Are?/School Pride
9:00 — Dateline NBC
10:00 — Outlaw

SATURDAY
Repeats

SUNDAY
7:00 — Football Night in America
8:00 — NBC Sunday Night Football

Parks & Recreation is being held for midseason; presumably new shows The Cape, Harry’s Law, Friends with Benefits, Perfect Couples, and Next that NBC ordered are headed for midseason as well.

So my guess was . . . um, waaay off.  Oh, well.  Here are the details for all the new fall shows:

THE EVENT
Plot: “A thriller with a unique storytelling device that features multiple points of view concerning a decent, regular fellow who battles against mysterious circumstances that envelop a larger conspiracy.”
Cast/Crew: cast includes Blair Underwood (Dirty Sexy Money) and Emmy-winner Zeljko Ivanek (Damages)

CHASE
Plot: “A fugitive apprehension team comprised of U.S. Marshals tracks down the nation’s most notorious criminals in the Southwest.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Cold Case)

UNDERCOVERS
Plot: “A domesticated husband and wife return from years in retirement and are re-activated as CIA agents.”
Cast/Crew: co-created by J.J. Abrams (Star Trek), who directed the pilot

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES
Plot: A spinoff of the long-running police procedural franchise.
Cast/Crew: created by Dick Wolf (Law & Order)

OUTSOURCED
Plot: “Single-camera comedy about a customer service manager in Kansas city who’s sent to India to train his replacement when his department is outsourced.”
Cast/Crew: created by Robert Borden (George Lopez)

LOVE BITES
Plot: “The romantic dramedy chronicles several loosely connected, modern stories of love, sex, marriage and dating.”
Cast/Crew: created by Cindy Chupack (Sex and the City); stars Becki Newton (Ugly Betty) and Jordana Spiro (My Boys)

SCHOOL PRIDE
Plot: “Cameras will follow students, teachers and parents as they motivate their community to renovate the school.”
Cast/Crew: executive produced by Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

OUTLAW
Plot: “Drama which follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the court to start his own legal practice.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Conan O’Brien; stars Jimmy Smits (The West Wing)

& Order: Los Angeles.  Thursday night is devoted to comedy, where new sitcom Outsourced will benefit from the Office lead-in, followed by Love Bites at 10:00 PM.  Notably, NBC will try their hand at scripted television on Fridays with new legal drama Outlaw at 10:00 PM. Saturdays are for repeats, and Sundays go to football. Check out the full schedule after the jump.

New shows are in bold.

Monday
8:00—Chuck
9:00—The Event
10:00—Chase

Tuesday
8:00—The Biggest Loser (2 hours)
10:00—Parenthood

Wednesday
8:00—Undercovers
9:00—Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
10:00—Law & Order: Los Angeles

Thursday
8:00—Community
8:30—30 Rock
9:00—The Office
9:30—Outsourced
10:00— Love Bites

Friday
8:00—Who Do You Think You Are?/School Pride
9:00—Dateline NBC
10:00—Outlaw

Saturday
Repeats

Sunday
7:00—Football Night in America
8:00—NBC Sunday Night Football

Parks & Recreation is being held for midseason; presumably new shows The Cape, Harry’s Law, Friends with Benefits, Perfect Couples, and Next that NBC ordered are headed for midseason as well.

So my guess was . . . um, waaay off.  Oh, well.  Here are the details for all the new fall shows:

THE EVENT
Plot: “A thriller with a unique storytelling device that features multiple points of view concerning a decent, regular fellow who battles against mysterious circumstances that envelop a larger conspiracy.”
Cast/Crew: cast includes Blair Underwood (Dirty Sexy Money) and Emmy-winner Zeljko Ivanek (Damages)

CHASE
Plot: “A fugitive apprehension team comprised of U.S. Marshals tracks down the nation’s most notorious criminals in the Southwest.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Cold Case)

UNDERCOVERS
Plot: “A domesticated husband and wife return from years in retirement and are re-activated as CIA agents.”
Cast/Crew: co-created by J.J. Abrams (Star Trek), who directed the pilot

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES
Plot: A spinoff of the long-running police procedural franchise.
Cast/Crew: created by Dick Wolf (Law & Order)

OUTSOURCED
Plot: “Single-camera comedy about a customer service manager in Kansas city who’s sent to India to train his replacement when his department is outsourced.”
Cast/Crew: created by Robert Borden (George Lopez)

LOVE BITES
Plot: “The romantic dramedy chronicles several loosely connected, modern stories of love, sex, marriage and dating.”
Cast/Crew: created by Cindy Chupack (Sex and the City); stars Becki Newton (Ugly Betty) and Jordana Spiro (My Boys)

SCHOOL PRIDE
Plot: “Cameras will follow students, teachers and parents as they motivate their community to renovate the school.”
Cast/Crew: executive produced by Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

OUTLAW
Plot: “Drama which follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the court to start his own legal practice.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Conan O’Brien; stars Jimmy Smits (The West Wing)

NBC officially announces their Fall 2010 schedule later today, but The Live Feed has it early “barring any last minute changes.”  Chuck is still on Mondays at 8:00, paired with new shows The Event and Chase.  Tuesday remains intact with two hours of The Biggest Loser followed by Parenthood.  The J.J. Abrams spy drama Undercovers kicks off Wednesday night, while Law & Order: SVU moves to 9:00 PM to provide a lead-in for the new Law & Order: Los Angeles.  Thursday night is devoted to comedy, where new sitcom Outsourced will benefit from the Office lead-in, followed by Love Bites at 10:00 PM.  Notably, NBC will try their hand at scripted television on Fridays with new legal drama Outlaw at 10:00 PM. Saturdays are for repeats, and Sundays go to football.  Check out the full schedule after the jump.

New shows are in bold.

Monday
8:00—Chuck
9:00—The Event
10:00—Chase

Tuesday
8:00—The Biggest Loser (2 hours)
10:00—Parenthood

Wednesday
8:00—Undercovers
9:00—Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
10:00—Law & Order: Los Angeles

Thursday
8:00—Community
8:30—30 Rock
9:00—The Office
9:30—Outsourced
10:00— Love Bites

Friday
8:00—Who Do You Think You Are?/School Pride
9:00—Dateline NBC
10:00—Outlaw

Saturday
Repeats

Sunday
7:00—Football Night in America
8:00—NBC Sunday Night Football

Parks & Recreation is being held for midseason; presumably new shows The Cape, Harry’s Law, Friends with Benefits, Perfect Couples, and Next that NBC ordered are headed for midseason as well.

So my guess was . . . um, waaay off.  Oh, well.  Here are the details for all the new fall shows:

THE EVENT
Plot: “A thriller with a unique storytelling device that features multiple points of view concerning a decent, regular fellow who battles against mysterious circumstances that envelop a larger conspiracy.”
Cast/Crew: cast includes Blair Underwood (Dirty Sexy Money) and Emmy-winner Zeljko Ivanek (Damages)

CHASE
Plot: “A fugitive apprehension team comprised of U.S. Marshals tracks down the nation’s most notorious criminals in the Southwest.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Cold Case)

UNDERCOVERS
Plot: “A domesticated husband and wife return from years in retirement and are re-activated as CIA agents.”
Cast/Crew: co-created by J.J. Abrams (Star Trek), who directed the pilot

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES
Plot: A spinoff of the long-running police procedural franchise.
Cast/Crew: created by Dick Wolf (Law & Order)

OUTSOURCED
Plot: “Single-camera comedy about a customer service manager in Kansas city who’s sent to India to train his replacement when his department is outsourced.”
Cast/Crew: created by Robert Borden (George Lopez)

LOVE BITES
Plot: “The romantic dramedy chronicles several loosely connected, modern stories of love, sex, marriage and dating.”
Cast/Crew: created by Cindy Chupack (Sex and the City); stars Becki Newton (Ugly Betty) and Jordana Spiro (My Boys)

SCHOOL PRIDE
Plot: “Cameras will follow students, teachers and parents as they motivate their community to renovate the school.”
Cast/Crew: executive produced by Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

OUTLAW
Plot: “Drama which follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the court to start his own legal practice.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Conan O’Brien; stars Jimmy Smits (The West Wing)

NBC officially announces their Fall 2010 schedule later today, but The Live Feed has it early “barring any last minute changes.”  Chuck is still on Mondays at 8:00, paired with new shows The Event and Chase.  Tuesday remains intact with two hours of The Biggest Loser followed by Parenthood.  The J.J. Abrams spy drama Undercovers kicks off Wednesday night, while Law & Order: SVU moves to 9:00 PM to provide a lead-in for the new Law & Order: Los Angeles.  Thursday night is devoted to comedy, where new sitcom Outsourced will benefit from the Office lead-in, followed by Love Bites at 10:00 PM.  Notably, NBC will try their hand at scripted television on Fridays with new legal drama Outlaw at 10:00 PM. Saturdays are for repeats, and Sundays go to football.  Check out the full schedule after the jump.

New shows are in bold.

Monday
8:00—Chuck
9:00—The Event
10:00—Chase

Tuesday
8:00—The Biggest Loser (2 hours)
10:00—Parenthood

Wednesday
8:00—Undercovers
9:00—Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
10:00—Law & Order: Los Angeles

Thursday
8:00—Community
8:30—30 Rock
9:00—The Office
9:30—Outsourced
10:00— Love Bites

Friday
8:00—Who Do You Think You Are?/School Pride
9:00—Dateline NBC
10:00—Outlaw

Saturday
Repeats

Sunday
7:00—Football Night in America
8:00—NBC Sunday Night Football

Parks & Recreation is being held for midseason; presumably new shows The Cape, Harry’s Law, Friends with Benefits, Perfect Couples, and Next that NBC ordered are headed for midseason as well.

So my guess was . . . um, waaay off.  Oh, well.  Here are the details for all the new fall shows:

THE EVENT
Plot: “A thriller with a unique storytelling device that features multiple points of view concerning a decent, regular fellow who battles against mysterious circumstances that envelop a larger conspiracy.”
Cast/Crew: cast includes Blair Underwood (Dirty Sexy Money) and Emmy-winner Zeljko Ivanek (Damages)

CHASE
Plot: “A fugitive apprehension team comprised of U.S. Marshals tracks down the nation’s most notorious criminals in the Southwest.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Cold Case)

UNDERCOVERS
Plot: “A domesticated husband and wife return from years in retirement and are re-activated as CIA agents.”
Cast/Crew: co-created by J.J. Abrams (Star Trek), who directed the pilot

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES
Plot: A spinoff of the long-running police procedural franchise.
Cast/Crew: created by Dick Wolf (Law & Order)

OUTSOURCED
Plot: “Single-camera comedy about a customer service manager in Kansas city who’s sent to India to train his replacement when his department is outsourced.”
Cast/Crew: created by Robert Borden (George Lopez)

LOVE BITES
Plot: “The romantic dramedy chronicles several loosely connected, modern stories of love, sex, marriage and dating.”
Cast/Crew: created by Cindy Chupack (Sex and the City); stars Becki Newton (Ugly Betty) and Jordana Spiro (My Boys)

SCHOOL PRIDE
Plot: “Cameras will follow students, teachers and parents as they motivate their community to renovate the school.”
Cast/Crew: executive produced by Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

OUTLAW
Plot: “Drama which follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the court to start his own legal practice.”
Cast/Crew: produced by Conan O’Brien; stars Jimmy Smits (The West Wing)

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