"Smash" will move to Saturdays at 9/8 p.m. CT starting on April 6. The network has promised that they will air all 17 episodes produced for the second season of the low-rated series.
The Eva Longoria-produced dating show "Ready for Love," which was originally slated to air on Sunday nights, will now air two-hour episodes on Tuesdays at 9/8 p.m. CT after "The Voice."
To make room for the new reality series, the Matthew Perry comedy "Go On" will air its final two episodes of the season on Thursdays at 9:30/8:30 p.m. CT after "The Office" on April 4 and 11. All 13 episodes of current occupant "1600 Penn" will have aired by the end of March.
Sophomore comedy "Whitney" will conclude with an hour-long season finale on March 27, while "The New Normal" will air its one-hour finale on Tuesday, April 2 starting at 9/8 p.m. CT following "The Voice."
Lastly, "Celebrity Apprentice" will begin airing two-hour episodes on April 14 until the end of May to fill the gap left by "Ready for Love's" move to Tuesdays.
The changes come as a result of NBC falling to fifth place behind Univision during the February sweeps period after coming in first among adults 18-49 in the Fall thanks in large part to the success of "The Voice" and "Revolution," which return to the network on March 25.