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When he strikes gold, Dick Wolf loves to spin-off his shows. Law & Order spawned Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Trial by Jury and Law & Order: LA. A reality version is even in the works from the 68-year-old producer.

His latest, Chicago franchise, is quickly catching up. Chicago Fire premiered first with Chicago P.D. following shortly thereafter. The latest installment, Chicago Med, just premiered this week. With it scoring solid ratings, I wouldn’t be surprised if NBC ordered up another spin-off from Wolf.

If they’re stuck which of the Windy City’s public servants they should put the spotlight on next, might I suggest this Funny or Die sketch. Since Wolf loves to recycle, perhaps waste management should be his next inspiration.

Sam Page and Derek Theler star in FOD’s Chicago Sanitation. Check out the hilarity below. “You sort garbage better than anyone on this team, so why can’t you sort out your life?,” is just one of the gems in this parody.

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After serving up laughs three consecutive years in a row at The Golden Globes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are handing off hosting duties to Ricky Gervais. Thankfully, the dynamic duo aren’t depriving their fans completely of their signature brand of comedy. The ladies are returning to their former stomping grounds this December.

NBC just revealed Fey and Poehler will co-host Saturday Night Live on December 19. Bruce Springsteen will join them that evening as the musical guest. Since leaving the show, Fey has hosted four times with Poehler headlining the show only once since her departure.

Find out below who else is stopping by next month. It’s a one-two punch of handsome hotness.

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NBC Renews Blindspot For Season 2

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Blindspot was the first among the freshman class to receive a full season order. Just two months after its series premiere, the NBC drama has already inked (hehe) a second season renewal. Also, becoming the first show of the season to do so. Pretty impressive.

“We are over the moon with the success of Blindspot, and want to thank our producers and amazing cast for creating one of the most riveting shows on television. Jaimie and Sullivan [Stapleton] have done an amazing job of ratcheting up the tension each week in trying to unravel the mystery of Jane’s tattoos,” said Jennifer Salke, president of NBC Entertainment. “We literally can’t wait to see what the second season will bring.”

The Jamie Alexander-show debuted impressively with 10.6 million viewers and a 3.1 rating among 18-49. When DVR playback was factored in, the numbers ballooned to 16.59 million viewers and a 4.6 rating.

Do you watch the Greg Berlanti-produced series? Glad that it’s getting a sophomore season? Weigh in below.


“Between good cop and bad cop there are Shades of Blue,” the NBC drama teases. Jennifer Lopez not only headlines Shades of Blue but also serves as an executive producer. And based on the first full trailer, Lopez’s cop character is one shady, shady, shady lady. You get the sense she’s a dirty cop.

Shades of Blue follows New York detective and single mother Harlee Santos (Jennifer Lopez) as she is forced to work with the FBI’s anti-corruption task force while dealing with her own financial problems. Ray Liotta and Drea de Matteo also star in the police series.

With Lopez appearing in the final season of American Idol on FOX and Shades of Blue on NBC, avoiding J. Lo on the small screen will prove near impossible in 2016. The mid-season show makes its premiere on January 7, taking over the slot currently occupied by the Wesley Snipes series, The Player. Check out the trailer below.

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NBC learned the hard way that without household names, people just aren’t going to tune in to their annual musical production. Peter Pan‘s ratings didn’t take flight like the Carrie Underwood-fronted The Sound of Music production the year before.

The peacock network definitely didn’t play around with casting this time around. The Wiz Live! is jam-packed with recognizable faces. Naturally, NBC is highlighting the star-studded cast in the latest promo.

David Alan Grier, Ne-Yo and Elijah Kelley as the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow respectively, along with newcomer Shanice Williams as Dorothy ease on down the yellow brick road in the clip. The faces of Queen Latifah, Amber Riley, Common, Uzo Aduba, Stephanie Mills and Amber Riley and their respective characters are shown during their journey.

The three-hour The Wiz Live! event on NBC on December 3. Check out the promo below.

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Typically at this point of the new fall season, there’s already been a few casualties. None of the major broadcast networks have dropped the axe on any of their new offerings as of yet? Why, you ask? It’s because reducing the number of ordered episodes is the new cancellation. ABC, FOX and NBC have all trimmed some of their under-performing new series.

Not surprisingly, ABC didn’t strike oil with Blood & Oil. The Chace Crawford series immediately stumbled out of the gate and is the weak link on the network’s Sunday night line-up. The show has been trimmed from 13 episodes to 10. The remaining shows should take the show into early December. This way, ABC can start afresh in the new year. Find out below what else has been reduced.

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Simon Cowell Returns To American Television

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Though he’s a co-creator of the show, Simon Cowell has never appeared on the panel of America’s Got Talent. That’s all about to change for Season 11 of the summer reality staple.

“The good news is America’s Got Talent is back next year and the even better news is so am I!” tweeted Cowell.

The 56-year-old acerbic British judge replaces an exiting Howard Stern. No word if Heidi Klum, Mel B or Howie Mandel are returning to the show to sit alongside Simon.

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NBC Developing Cruel Intentions Sequel Series

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The great revival revolution continues. Cruel Intentions is the latest classic title being resurrected.

The 90s teen flick adaptation of Les Liaisons dangereuses, written by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos propelled Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Selma Blair to worldwide fame. The film’s original director and writer, Roger Krumble, sold a new script to NBC. Rather than it being a flat-out remake, the reboot will revolve around the offspring of one of the characters from the original film. Find out who below.

read the show’s official premise after the jump

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