NBC’s Fall 2015-2016 Lineup [Video]


Over the past few months, NBC has been arranging the entirety of its Fall 2015-2016 lineup; network executives have been carefully planning what will be renewed, canceled, and brought onto the network for the first time in the hopes that it will catch on and be a success. The following represents the current list of shows on the network’s list for next season.

Renewed Series (Comedy):

Undatable (for a third season)
The Mysteries of Laura (for a second season)

Renewed Series (Drama):

The Blacklist (for a third season)
Chicago P.D. (for a third season)
Grimm (for a fifth season)
Chicago Fire (for a fourth season)
The Night Shift (for a third season)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (for a 17th season)

Renewed Series (Reality):

The Voice (for a ninth season)
The Apprentice (for a 15th season)
The Biggest Loser (for a 17th season)

Renewed Series (Sports):

Football Night in America (for a 10th season)
NBC Sunday Night Football (for a 10th season)

Renewed Series (Other):

Dateline NBC (for a 24th season)

The aforementioned reflects the up-to-date list of renewed series hitting NBC’s Fall 2015-2016 lineup in September. Next comes the set of canceled shows, which the network chose to not pick up for another installment.

Canceled Series (Comedy):

A-Z (after one season)
About a Boy (after two seasons)
Bad Judge (after one season)
One Big Happy (after one season)
Marry Me (after one season)
Parks and Recreation (after seven seasons)
Parenthood (after six seasons)

Canceled Series (Drama):

Constantine (after one season)
Allegiance (after one season)
State of Affairs (after one season)


This is the current list of canceled series of the drama and comedy variety on NBC. There were no reality series put on the chopping block for the upcoming 2015-2016 primetime season. To make up for the 10 canceled shows, the network has arranged to test out a total of 18 new ones to fill the gap. The following list represents these shows.

New Series (Comedy):

People Are Talking

New Series (Drama):

Chicago Med
The Player
(formerly, this series was titled Endgame)
Game of Silence
Shades of Blue

New Series (Other):

Emerald City (Fantasy)
Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris (Variety)
Heroes Reborn (Science Fiction)
Hot & Bothered (Telenova)
Little Big Shots (Children)
You, Me, and The End of the World (Sci-Fi Dramedy)

New Series (Reality):

Better Late Than Never
You the Jury

There has been much excitement surrounding the renewal of certain favorites (The Voice, Law & Order: SVU, etc.) and disappointment for those who had become invested in the series that hit the air in the 2014-2015 primetime season (the most notable of these is Constantine, a series which many were quite upset got canceled after the aforementioned single season). The upcoming series have piqued interest regarding the casting and synopsis, especially those of the upcoming dramas and science fiction shows. Now that the NBC Fall 2015-2016 Lineup has been announced (there is still room for changes, however, so viewers should not dedicate themselves too fully into any given one that has not substantiated itself on the network for at least a few years at this point) all TV lovers have to do is wait for September to roll around.

By Chanel van der Woodsen


TV Fanatic: 2015-2016 Renewal Scorecard

International Business Times – Complete List Of Renewed TV Shows For 2015-2016: ‘ Empire,’ ‘The Blacklist,’ ‘Downtown Abbey’

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