Monday, July 6, 2015

NBC renews 'Parenthood,' 4 others

Fans of NBC's "Parenthood" won't have to sweat it out until the fall schedule announcements in mid-May.

NBC renews 'Parenthood,' 4 others

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We´ll see more dinners with the Bravermans as "Parenthood" returns next season
We'll see more dinners with the Bravermans as "Parenthood" returns next season

Fans of NBC's "Parenthood" won't have to sweat it out until the fall schedule announcements in mid-May.

The network announced Friday that it had ordered a full 22-episode season for "Parenthood" -- its biggest for a while -- guaranteeing us even more time with the Bravermans next season.

Also getting early renewals (and full-season orders): "Revolution," "Chicago Fire," "Grimm" and "Law & Order: SVU," which will enter its 15th season this fall.

For those still worried about other NBC shows, NBC entertainment president Jennfer Salke promised more announcements to come. NBC announces its 2013-14 schedule to advertisers in New York on May 13.

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