It's delivery time for an eagerly awaited episode. Baby makes three, and Jim and Pam open a new chapter in their lives, in an expanded hourlong outing. Pam's contractions begin, spurring her and Jim to scramble to the hospital. As for their peers at Dunder Mifflin-turned-Sabre, the staffers try to comfort Pam with food and entertainment, and Michael nervously anticipates the birth. There are goings-on back at the office, too: Andy swells with jealousy when Erin has lunch with Kevin. Linda Purl reprises her role as Helene, Pam's mother and Michael's former flame.
Read on for previews of The Marriage Ref, Grey's Anatomy, Burn Notice and Real Housewives of Orange County.
Closing ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics
The closing ceremonies of the Vancouver Winter Olympics gave NBC another ratings win Sunday night, and set up a strong debut for Jerry Seinfeld's new series, The Marriage Ref.
The closing ceremonies averaged...
A lot has changed since Jerry Seinfeld last called network TV home 12 years ago. But despite online video, reality TV, declining ratings and increased competition, the co-creator and star of one of pop culture's most memorable series says he's...
Anthony Anderson, S. Epatha Merkerson, Jeremy Sisto
NBC will replace some of its current programming chaos with lots of Law & Order.
The network's post-Leno-at-10 plan, released Thursday, includes a mix of scripted and unscripted programs filling up the prime-time slot. Law & Order will move from Fridays to Mondays beginning ...
"I can't believe you held it in that long," Jerry Seinfeld said when a reporter finally interrupted a presentation of the comedian's new reality show The Marriage Ref for his take on NBC's late-night developments.
Leno leaving 10 o'clock timeslot
"I'm sure it was my fault," Seinfeld joked of The Jay Leno Show's declining ratings. "The tuxedo was way over the top," he added, referencing what he wore during his appearance on Leno's debut show.
But seriously, folks, Seinfeld does have an opinion. "I was thinking about the AOL Time Warner deal," he began. "Everyone says what a terrible deal it was... but it was the right idea, just at the wrong time. That's the way I feel about this...
NBC is shaping its post-Olympics lineup, announcing premiere dates for shows including Parenthood, The Marriage Ref and The Celebrity Apprentice.
Lauren Graham joins Parenthood
Parenthood, which experienced delays with Lauren Graham's replacement of Maura Tierney, will take ...