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[ # ] The first new show pulled from the schedule is…
October 15th, 2019 under Kal Penn, NBC

After several seasons of no new shows being pulled from the lineup before they aired all of their episodes that were produced, NBC went back to the old way. In other words, this Thursday will be the last time that Sunnyside will air on NBC proper.

Instead, the sitcom will be streaming on the NBC app every Thursday. The show was scheduled to do only 10 episodes, but now they will be doing 11. According to USA Today, the reason why the low-rated show was saved because it doubled its younger audience online.

It is a shame that more people missed out on this show that stars Kal Penn while it was airing on our TVs. The pilot episode was an explainer and maybe it explained too much for the audience. Had they stayed with it, they would have realized that this a great show about a family. Not in a traditional way but as in immigrants who are in a strange country and have no one here beside each other.

Hopefully, more people will find it online. The show found its way, so it deserves to find a new audience.

When it comes to what will replace it, Will & Grace is back next week for its final episodes for the second time.

I feel for Kenan Thompson because there is a lot on his shoulders with his upcoming sitcom. It might make or break NBC’s comedies.

When it comes to what show will be the next one to be pulled from the lineup, your guess is as good mine. No new show is standing out, even though there are some good ones. If I had to pick one, I will go with Emergence. I am watching, but I am trying not to fall asleep while doing so. What about you?


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