After another successful season, we aren't surprised that NBC is opting to largely maintain the status quo looking ahead to the 2018-2019 slate. We already knew hits like This Is Us, Will & Grace and The Good Place would be returning in the fall, but the network also handed out early renewals to A.P Bio and Good Girls, much to our excitement. Not every show can be so lucky though, and in order to make room for the new hits a few old staples had to pay the price, including Taken, Rise and Great News.

This gave the network room to pick up a slew of interesting new projects, including the Julian Fellowes period piece The Gilded Age, the Ryan Eggold medical drama New Amsterdam and even Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which had just been canceled by Fox.

Below you'll find all of the news out of Upfronts related to NBC's 2018-2019 schedule. For more information, check out everything you need to know about Fox, ABC, CBS and The CW's fall lineups here.

SCHEDULE

NBC's 2018-2019 Fall Schedule: The Blacklist Gets Pushed — See What Else Is on the Move

NEW SHOW TRAILERS

Watch the Trailers for All of NBC's New Fall Shows

See Ryan Eggold as NBC's Hottest Doctor in New Amsterdam Trailer

The Trailer for NBC's Manifest Has Serious Lost Vibes

RENEWALS AND PICKUPS

NBC Saves Brooklyn Nine-Nine From Cancellation

Blindspot Sights Season 4 on NBC

Once Upon a Time's Josh Dallas Takes Flight in NBC's New Drama Manifest

NBC Renews All the ChicagoShows and Law & Order: SVU

NBC Orders Two Female-Forward Comedies About Drinking and Being Imperfect

A.P. Bio Scores Another Year at NBC

Break Out the Good Stuff, NBC Has Renewed Good Girls for Season 2

NBC's Newest Drama Stars Jennifer Carpenter as the Biggest Traitor in U.S. History

Ryan Eggold Returns to NBC as a Hot Doctor

Downton Abbey Boss Brings The Gilded Age to NBC

NBC Orders Another Season of the Will and Grace Reboot

NBC Renews All the Chicago Shows and Law & Order: SVU

NBC's New Drama Is Like The Sixth Sense and Castle Had a Baby

The Blacklist Renewed for Season 6

Fall TV 2018: Must-Watch New Shows

  • Natalie Morales, Neil Flynn; Abby's —

    Abby's is an unlicensed bar run by Abby (The Grinder's Natalie Morales) in San Diego where the regulars enthusiastically enforce a unique set of rules that give them a sense of community and allow them to avoid the frustrating behavior found at other establishments. The multi-camera comedy will be filmed outside in front of a live studio audience.

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CANCELLATIONS

Shades of Blue to End After Season 3

Taken Officially Taken Out by NBC

NBC Is No Longer the Home of The Brave

It's Actually Terrible News that Great News Is Canceled at NBC

Rise Falls After One Season at NBC

MISCELLANEOUS

Timeless' Fate Is Still in Limbo, So Clockblockers Better Watch the Finale


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