NBC has revealed that it will bring back two more shows–one for a third season and one for a second season–according to Entertainment Weekly’s Inside TV blog.
"Parenthood" will return for a third season after performing solidly this season, while "Harry’s Law" will return for a second season, the story says.
"Harry’s Law" drew a fairly big audience in its first season, averaging 11.6 million total viewers, but didn’t perform as well among adults 18 to 49 years old, averaging a 2.3 rating in the demo, the story says.
"Parenthood" didn’t perform as well as it did in its first season, down about 21%, but that was still good enough for NBC. The show averaged 6.7 million total viewers with a 2.7 rating in adults 18-49.