NBC unveils new fall schedule with the addition of eight new shows and a multitude of returning hits for the 2019-20 season.
NBC has released its 2018-19 Television Schedule, which includes dramas "Manifest" and "New Amsterdam" and comedy "I Fee Bad." The network has also picked up FOX transplant "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" for a sixth season.
With just two days left before the second presidential debate in St. Louis, another <strong>Donald Trump</strong> scandal has put the Trump campaign into crisis mode. The latest scandal involves a 2005 video <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-recorded-having-extremely-lewd-conversation-about-women-in-2005/2016/10/07/3b9ce776-8cb4-11e6-bf8a-3d26847eeed4_story.html" target="_blank">released</a> to <em>The Washington Post</em>, which includes audio from a hot microphone where the Republican candidate is heard making vulgar comments about women while openly talking with former <em>Access Hollywood</em> host <strong>Billy Bush</strong>. The two were headed to the set of "Days of our Lives" where Trump was scheduled to tape a cameo appearance at the time.
With hosts <strong>Tina Fey</strong> and <strong>Amy Poehler</strong>, who were around to promote their new movie "Sisters," last night's final 2015 episode of "Saturday Night Live" featured a daytime drama wrap up presented by Somebody's Mom, Deenie (played by <strong><span class="field-content">Kate McKinnon</span></strong>) during the popular "Weekend Update" segment. Hilarity ensued as Deenie recapped 2015 on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" with such character descriptions as mustache man, big boobs, sexpot, priss pants, red head, and perfect skin, among others, as a way to describe Genoa City's most prominent citizens.
The anticipation leading up to the announcement of the 65th Primetime Emmy awards has been building for weeks, and “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul and “How I Met Your Mother’s” Neil Patrick Harris finally made the official list public this morning. Watch the video below, or read on for the full list from Soap Opera Network detailing who’s in the running for the coveted golden statues!
NBC will be releasing a slew of new primetime programming this fall, all of which the network’s Chairman, Robert Greenblatt, hopes will be bolstered in February on the heels of the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. “The overriding strategy this year was to develop enough strong comedies and dramas to take advantage of the promotional heft of the Winter Olympics and devise two schedules for the upcoming season: one for fall and a slightly different one for midseason. I’m pleased to say that our development groups — headed by Jennifer Salke (scripted) and Paul Telegdy (alternative/reality) — really delivered,” Greenblatt said. “And aside from our Olympics planning, we also wanted to create better flow and compatibility on each night, and deploy our strongest lead-in (‘The Voice’) to maximum effect.”