The community will debut’Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ this summer preferring rather for largely dramas from the autumn
NBC introduced its 2021 autumn TV slate this week and it’s decidedly lacking for amusing displays.
Meanwhile, new initial dramas like”Ordinary Joe” and”La Brea” can help round out the autumn calendar. But for the very first time in many decades, not one of the newest shows people may look ahead to this season contain half-hour comedies.
“Recently our comedies have not performed in the autumn, so we’re doubling down into midseason with just two big nights of humor,” she explained.
But, they’ll very much return to the community, according to executives.
Moreover,”Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is set to broadcast its final season on NBC in August, which means it is going to be the system’s final comedy to introduction for some time to coincide with the Summer Olympics.
Additionally missing front the autumn schedule is your system’s top-rated drama,”This Is Us” which recently announced it will launch its own final season in 2022 along with another holdover comedies.
“We all know saying farewell to this Pearsons will be challenging enough, and we wanted to provide fans as near an uninterrupted run because we could,” explained Frances Berwick, chairman of amusement networks in NBCU Television and Streaming.
Like most networks, NBC needed to do some imaginative reshuffling so as to account to the coronavirus pandemic abruptly shut down production on many important jobs in the business.