Chicago Fire

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NBC renews ‘Chicago Fire’, ‘Chicago P.D.’ and ‘Grimm’

NBC has renewed ‘Chicago Fire’, ‘Chicago P.D.’ and ‘Grimm’. These three drama’s by NBC will return in 2014-2015 as they join the previously renewed series ‘The Blacklist’, ‘Parks & Recreation’, ‘The Voice’ and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’.

Chicago Fire’, which will air its third season, has been a constant factor for NBC on Tuesdays. It was even often the best-watched show at 10pm on Tuesday with an average amount of 10.6 million viewers. Every year, the series by Dick Wolff gains 35 percent in the demographics and 33 percent amongst all viewers. Thanks to the move from Wednesday to Tuesday, NBC has managed to gain 24 percent in the demographics and at the time of 10pm.

The spin-off ‘Chicago P.D.’, also produced by Dick Wolff, is the second new drama of NBC to be renewed (‘The Blacklist’ received early renewal). The show averages around 8.6 million viewers and the show is popular among 18 to 49-year olds.

The renewal of both Chicago’s fires the rumor mill that there will soon be a third Chicago series. Rumors that Dick Wolff and his team want to make a medical drama series set in Chicago have been going around for a while now.

The fate of ‘Law & Order SVU’ is still undecided and its star Mariska Hargitay still hasn’t signed a new contract to bind her to the series for a while longer. ‘SVU’ is currently in its fifteenth season.

Grimm’ will return for its fourth season. The series is the number one network series on Fridays amongst 18 to 49-year olds. An average of 8.1 million viewers watch the show.

The fate of ‘Community’, ‘SVU’, ‘Parenthood’, ‘Revolution’ and new shows such as ‘About a Boy’, ‘Growing Up Fisher’, ‘Believe’, ‘Crisis’, ‘Undateable’ and ‘The Night Shift’ will be revealed in May, when NBC holds her presentation for advertisers.

NBC currently has twenty seven shows in development, from which four have already been commissioned as a series; a so-far untitled comedy by Tina Fey starring Ellie Kemper from ‘The Office’, coproduction ‘Working the Engels’, a six-part comedy series by Craig Robinson named ‘Mr. Robinson’ and ‘Emerald City’.

Besides the regular series, the miniseries ‘The Slap’, ‘A.D.’, ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ and ‘Peter Pan’ are also in the pipeline.
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