NBC Benches 'Law & Order: Los Angeles,' 'Parenthood' Stays on Tuesdays
NBC has benched Law & Order: Los Angeles.
This means family drama Parenthood, which was scheduled to air four of its episodes this month in its normal Tuesday at 10 p.m. slot before returning March 7 in its new Monday at 10 p.m. time slot, will stay in its current home for the rest of its second season.
LOLA, from Dick Wolf, had recently let go series regular Skeet Ulrich and two other cast members, Megan Boone and Regina Hall, due to creative changes.
The hourlong series was originally scheduled to take over Parenthood's time slot beginning Feb. 8, but the network has not set a return date.
Harry's Law will also continue airing its 13-episode first season without interruption.
America's Next Great Restaurant will also debut earlier. Instead of launching Wednesday, March 16, the reality series will premiere Sunday, March 6. The second season of Jerry Seinfeld's The Marriage Ref, originally set to premiere that Sunday, has been postponed.
Lesley Goldberg contributed to this report.
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