NBC dropped the axe Friday on four freshman series Are You There, Chelsea?, Awake, Bent and Best Friends Forever. From E! personality... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Chelsea Handler Lone Star Kyle Killen Are You There, Chelsea? Bent Awake Best Friends Forever
Today we learned that Parks and Recreations and Up All Night were renewed, and last night there was good news for Community. But it's not all good news for NBC. The ax fell for a number of the network's struggling freshman series, some more deserving of a second chance than others. Unfortunately, these ones won't be getting them.
After the steady stream of new series pickups and renewals over the past five days, NBC cleaned house, canceling the bubble series that had not been renewed yet and passing on the pilots that had not been picked up to series yet. The...Show More Summary
Well, at least we'll get the final season. The struggling Peacock network is taking a new direction with its primetime lineup, and that means cleaning house. Until this week, the once-dominant network had been suspiciously mum on its plans for next season. Show More Summary
Nerd rage approaching near-apocalyptic levels.
Kathryn Hahn is a free agent no longer. Less than two months after NBC axed her freshman comedy, Free Agents, Hahn has nabbed a recurring role on Parks and Recreation as Leslie Knope's new political rival, TVLine reports. NBC cancels Free Agents Originally written for... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Amy Poehler Kathryn Hahn Parks and Recreation Free Agents
In the wake of NBC cancelling Free Agents, actress Kathryn Hahn won?t be totally leaving the network's comedy lineup. NBC is giving Hahn a second chance -- this time in a coveted Thursday-night spot. In the new year, the actress will...Show More Summary
Like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, the San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women voted to demand that NBC cancel its new show, "The Playboy Club," and poof - the network did just that. Are the seven members of the commission really that powerful? Well, no. But bad ratings...
The Weekly Turbo will get you caught up on the top poker stories of the week, including news on the latest online poker funds seizures, the NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship Being Canceled, and more.
NBC's National Heads-Up Poker Championship will not air in 2012.
 Let's call this the "life or death" edition of TV Bits, as it's all about renewals, cancellations, and even one possible renewal of a previously cancelled series. After the jump, more on: Renewals for Cinemax's Strike Back and Adult...Show More Summary
After airing three episodes, NBC is dropping its retro series The Playboy Club, making it the first cancellation of the TV season. What do you think?
The CW has no love for H8R. Following in the footsteps of NBC canceling The Playboy Club and Free Agents, the CW has pulled the low-rated reality series off the air. Repeats of Sarah Michelle Gellar's Ringer will fill the empty time slot Wednesdays at 8pm.
NBC took the next logical step after canceling Monday night’s lowly rated THE PLAYBOY CLUB by canceling the even lower rated FREE AGENTS. FREE AGENTS was actually a U.S. adaptation of the more successful British series PARTY DOWN. The romantic workplace comedy simply seemed to be losing viewers with each outing, having just 3.3 million [...]
This just in. NBC cancels NBC.
New NBC comedy “Free Agents” is the second new fall series to get canceled, reports Entertainment Weekly. (NBC's "The Playboy Club" went first.) The show’s star Hank Azaria confirmed the sad news today via Twitter: “Thanks to NBC for giving us a shot, thanks to all who watched Free Agents, and thanks to all who [...]
NBC was the first network to cancel a new fall show this week by axing The Playboy Club, and now they've also canceled the second new show of the season. The Hank Azaria comedy Free Agents was canceled today after airing just four low-rated episodes.
We've just gotten wind of Fall TV's second casualty, and it's another one from NBC: Free Agents has just been canceled. The Hank Azaria/Kathryn Hahn comedy has suffered in ratings since its premiere, and NBC's pickup of Up All NightShow More Summary
Given the successes of 2 Broke Girls, New Girl, and Up All Night, the fall 2011 TV season has earned the title “year of the comedy”—though, unfortunately, at least one freshman sitcom will be left out of the celebration. (Also, withShow More Summary
There?s more bad news coming from NBC, though, much like The Playboy Club?s cancellation, this one isn?t likely to come as a huge surprise. NBC has apparently decided to cancel Free Agents due to poor ratings.