It’s going to be an amazing season of television this fall, as NBC has plenty of fabulous programs ready to be unleashed.
This time around, there will be lots of returning favorites as well as a handful of new goodies, including “The Blacklist,” “Ironside,” “Welcome to the Family,” “Sean Saves the World,” “The Michael J. Fox Show,” and “Dracula.”
After a well-known rocky relationship with the showrunners, Chevy Chase will be leaving the cast of "Community."
Sources say both parties agreed that the 69-year-old actor would exit the show. However, Chevy will appear in all but two of the fourth season's episodes and in the season finale, which has already been filmed.
Upfronts are officially kicking off tomorrow, but NBC has already switched a few things up as they revealed their fall schedule on Sunday (May 13).
So just what kind of changes can fans expect to see? Well, fan favorite "The Voice" is getting it's shot at staying on air this fall and even next spring while another network returnee, "Community," will now be showing Friday nights at 8:30 pm following the sexy comedy, "Whitney."