With NBC starting its announcements of series orders and renewals Monday, several shows have been left hanging, including "Harry’s Law," "Up All Night," Whitney" and "The Office," although the latter is expected to return, reports Deadline.com.
The future of "Harry’s Law" is in the balance, although NBC may renew the drama for a 13-episode midseason order, the story notes. Bubble show "Whitney" isn’t quite dead, since the new pickup "Guys With Kids" needs a companion show on the schedule, the piece adds.
While there’s no official word yet on "Parks and Recreation," "The Office" and "Up All Night," they are all expected to return, and their renewals may be announced together.
As for pilots, NBC hasn’t officially released the projects it is declining to pick up, although the network is thought to be almost finished with its orders, the article notes. The high-testing multicamera comedies "Daddy’s Girls" and "Lady Friends" are thought to be dead, while none of the drama pilots are considered to be in contention, including "County" and "Midnight Sun," the story adds.