Tina Fey, Mariska Hargitay
Mark your calendars: NBC has announced its season-finale dates — and the airdate for 30 Rock's 100th episode.
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The sitcom's triple-digit milestone will air Thursday, April 21 as a one-hour episode. The hour will find TGS dealing with the prospect that its 100th episode could be its last.
30 Rock's fifth-season finale will air ...
Biggest Loser - Jillian Michaels
NBC has picked up reality series The Biggest Loser, The Sing-Off and Who Do You Think You Are?, the network announced Tuesday.
"Alternative series such as these three bona fide hits are...
30 Rock, Parks and Recreation
NBC is adding a third hour of comedy on Thursday nights, the network announced Monday.
The new lineup, which begins Jan. 20, will feature Community in its same slot at 8/7c, followed by the new comedy Perfect Couples, starring Olivia Munn and Kyle Bornheimer. The Office will remain at 9/8c, with Parks and Recreation returning at 9:30/8:30c.
The Event, Love Bites
NBC's fall lineup pairs Chuck with two action dramas, introduces a Law & Order block and adds two shows to its Thursday-night comedies. It also pushes Parks and Recreation, superhero drama The Cape and other green-lit series to midseason.
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The Event, a global-conspiracy-theory drama, and Chase, which follows U.S. marshals who track fugitives, will air...
A neighborhood slaying puts Allison and her family on the defensive. In the wake of the murder of her neighbor (Jonathan Silverman), our matriarchal medium springs into action, installing a high-tech security system in her home. But that's when a bizarre Kubrickian drama plays out. Straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Allison comes to believe this cutting-edge alarm system has a mind of its own and is actually communicating with young Marie. Dub this one "2010: A Case Oddity." Meanwhile, eldest daughter Ariel sees dead people: She encounters a ghost who might be able to help her attend a coveted college.
Read on for previews of Who Do You Think You Are?, Life and Times of Tim, Smallville, Stargate Universe, Live from Abbey Road and Now on PBS.
Who is the Blur? Everyone wants to know, but Clark's not telling. This means he gets subjected to all manner of plots, schemes and wayward photo-snapping while doing something heroic in a flurry of action. In this episode, he's rescuing Lois from former DA and ex-con Raymond Sacks (Dylan Neal) when a delivery guy catches him on film. Like any entrepreneurial delivery person would do, he puts the picture up for sale and deep-pocketed Checkmate agent Maxwell Lord (Gil Bellows) comes calling.
Read on for previews of Who Do You Think You Are?, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, Party Down and Two Kenyan Guys.
Who Do You Think You Are - Susan Sarandon
For Susan Sarandon, there was little hesitation about exploring her grandmother Anita's past on Who Do You Think You Are?
Although the episode reveals details that could be hard for Sarandon's family members to swallow, the 63-year-old Oscar winner, tells TVGuide.com she had to find answers about her grandmother, who mysteriously abandoned Sarandon's mother when she was only 2 years old. "I had tried years before to track Anita down, so it was a small price to pay that people were discovering it as I was discovering it," she says.
NBC renews Marriage Ref, Minute to Win It, Who Do You Think You Are?
Remember what it was like to be a kid playing hide-and-seek inside someone's house? How it always became an exercise in futility due to the limited number of places you could hide? Zoe might be feeling some of that same futility as her dear old dad closes in on her Cylon hiding place. Elsewhere, Joseph continues his quest to find Tamara while snake in the grass Tomas Vergis tries to drive a wedge between Mr. and Mrs. Graystone.
Read on for previews of Who Do You Think You Are?, Thin Ice, Real Time with Bill Maher and Crossroads.
Psychic drama mama Allison DuBois does the time warp. The series takes a bounce back in time to Allison and Joe's nuptials, a special day that finds the couple prepping for their big "I do" moment. But even as she opens this new chapter in her life, Allison sees her paranormal gift coming into play, and she's forced to face up to its ever-expanding powers. Bruce Gray and Kathy Baker return in their roles as Joe's parents. Actor David Paymer directed the episode.
Read on for previews of Numb3rs, Supernanny, Who Do You Think You Are? and Life and Times of Tim.