Discussion in 'Misc. TV Series' started by Thread Manager, May 12, 2018.
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Not a huge fan of Samberg, but with Michael Schur at the helm, that could change.
If this is half as good as Parks and Rec, I already love this.
Continuing from the news last thread that it got picked up by NBC
Well there we go.
Make sure to support it
Now if, like, FXX or Adult Swim would take a look at Last Man on Earth...
With only 13 episodes ordered, unless NBC extends the season's run or ordered more episodes, I wonder if this would be the last season.
Yeah, that had me curious too!
Ehhh... maybe, maybe not. Lest we forget, both seasons of The Good Place have been that length. I could see Good Place in the fall, then B99 takes it's timeslot at midseason, and they see how it goes from there.
Yeah, everyone in this thread clearly doesn't watch it.
Sure, both seasons of The Good Place have been that length, but they also have never been longer or shorter than that. As for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, it could probably slide into someone's slot with a shorter run, similar to how Agent Carter aired in Agent of SHIELD's slot, but it would depend on when and what NBC might already have scheduled.
Never change, Tumblr.
Yes. Honestly, what I expected if it went to NBC.
The vindication thing was exactly what I was thinking when I heard this news. Thank you Darth.
If I am not mistaken, this marks his return to NBC since his recurring role on SVU.
I wonder if they can just carry on shooting with the same set for the precinct. I'm guessing yes. If not, then they could open S6 with a fire at the precinct, followed by a rebuild/remodeling, and after like 3 episodes we get the new NBC set.
I also wonder if this rollercoaster of being cancelled/uncancelled will be referenced by the characters, like Futurama did with their "Executive Chow" jokes.
Well it's not like they have to pack up and film in Ireland now or something. I think the sets will be the same.
Universal produces the show, so changing the network shouldn't affect anything.
There's really no reason to be snide or sarcastic.
And there are other ways to support a show. And just because you watch a show doesn't mean you're supporting it. Also what I was saying was also a general term to everyone, not even in this thread, who didn't support the show until it was already cancelled.
Yeah, while the network change may not affect anything, I do wonder- and I doubt this will be the case if the same creative team is involved and no major additions- if the show might have a different feel to it, like when Scrubs moved from NBC to ABC.
Its pretty much got the same flow as 30 Rock so hopefully, they maintain the aesthetic
Well done, NBC. That was also a really quick turn of events.
I imagine it wont change much.
So happy. Im actually fine with the 13 episode order as The Good Place has the same and its doing fine. If anything this might mean a tighter overall arching theme to a season since its shorter.