NBC unveiled its fall lineup to advertisers Monday in New York, and the network announced that Boomtown, Ed and Good Morning, Miami will be back in the fall. All three were question marks for renewal. Additionally, the Peacock will add six new shows to its schedule. Among the new entries: the British-inspired sitcom Coupling; the John Larroquette-Christine Baranski comedy Happy Family; a half-hour laffer starring Whoopi Goldberg as a hotel manager; the Rob Lowe drama The Lyon's Den; a comedy-drama starring Alicia Silverstone as a lawyer-turned-matchmaker; and Las Vegas, a prime-time soap starring James Caan. Crossing Jordan, meanwhile, will return at midseason due to Jill Hennessy's pregnancy. Finally, Variety reports that NBC has renewed ER through the 2005-06 season — the show's 12th. For the complete schedule, click here.