NBC announced its fall schedule today, and it includes three new dramas, one new comedy, two new reality series and a new Sunday-8 pm time slot for The West Wing. The new shows include the Pentagon-set drama E-Ring, starring Benjamin Bratt, a Lost-type series about mysterious deep-sea creatures titled Fathom, the fertility clinic drama Inconceivable and My Name is Earl, a comedy starring Jason Lee as a young man looking to put his life on track. Elsewhere, The Apprentice: Martha Stewart will air Wednesdays at 8 pm, while the Donald's version will remain on Thursday at 9 pm. Among "bubble" shows, The Office will return, but Revelations, The Contender, Committed, American Dreams (sigh... ), Medical Investigation and Law & Order: Trial by Jury are goners. Finally, in a head-scratcher of a move, the already-renewed Scrubs failed to land a spot on the Peacock's sked, although NBC assures us that "it'll return to the schedule at some point next season." Not. Good. Enough, NBC. For a look at NBC's lineup, click here.