According to Tvline.com, the ratings are in for some shows that will appear again for another season. NBC’s programming includes shows that will continue on such as “Parenthood.” Not all of the listings are completely set and will be determined later. Here are NBC’s listings for the fall season:
“1600 Penn” is pending but is a long shot. It will be highly unlikely the show will return for another seasonal run.
“30 Rock” has been officially cancelled. The series finale aired on January 31.
“Animal Practice” has been officially cancelled.
“Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” is a safe show. It will be a shocker if the show is cancelled for any reason.
“The Biggest Loser” is a guaranteed return.
“Celebrity Apprentice” is a show that will definitely return for another season.
“Chicago Fire” will return.
“Community” can go either way. It’s unsure if it is to be cancelled yet or not.
“Deception” is probably not going to return but has not been announced as of yet.
“Do No Harm” has been officially cancelled.
It’s too early yet to tell if “Fashion Star” will be cancelled later or not. The show returns on March 8 as of now.
“Go On” will most likely return but has no official word yet.
“Grimm” is a safe bet for a likely return.
“Guys With Kids” is unlikely for a solid return slot, although it has not been officially announced as of yet.
“Law & Order: SVU” is leaning either way.
“The New Normal” has not been announced yet. It is sitting in the middle of stay and go.
“The Office” was officially cancelled. The series finale is to air May 16.
“Parenthood” is a sure bet that it will return.
“Parks and Recreation” is a fairly safe bet to return.
“Revolution” is set to return and is fairly safe in staying on.
“Smash” is a show that will in all likelihood be cancelled.
“Up All Night” can go either way, however, it leans more toward a cancellation.
“The Voice” has been officially renewed through Season 5.
“Whitney” can go either way and has not been announced officially yet.