This is the week that the broadcast networks unveil to advertisers their fall lineups, beginning with NBC today. The Peacock Network ordered five new shows, including three comedies (In Laws, Hidden Hills and Good Morning Miami) and two dramas (cop series Boomtown and the '60s family saga American Dreams). Other changes: Just Shoot Me moves to Tuesdays at 8:30 pm/ET and Scrubs shifts to Thursdays at 8:30 pm/ET. Gone are Leap of Faith and Weakest Link. Slated for mid-season: the Washington-based series Mister Sterling and Kingpin, a new drama from Homicide scribe David Mills. For a look at the new schedule, click here.
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