Ratings-starved NBC has once again taken to shifting around its line-up, but this time the program jumble is intended to make room for the highly anticipated new drama Awake, and shuffle the little-watched continuation of The Firm to Saturday nights.
After hitting disastrously low ratings, NBC yanked the underperforming Josh Lucas series and placed it in the television equivalent of time-out – where it will likely finish the remainder of its first season. Audiences will have to wait until March 1 for Awake to officially replace The Firm, however, so in the meantime they will have to make-do with reruns of the freshman fantasy procedural Grimm.
Now cleared for active duty, Awake becomes one of the few programs on NBC’s docket to not only boast an intriguing concept – a man wakes from a car crash to ...
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