Take A Look At NBC's 2010-2011 Schedule & Preview The New Fall Lineup!

NEW YORK CITY -- May 16, 2010 - NBC announced today its 2010-11 primetime schedule that is highlighted by five new comedies, seven new drama series and one new alternative program, including shows from such innovative hit-makers as J.J. Abrams, Jerry Bruckheimer and David E. Kelley, among others.

The high-quality series include new comedies such as "Outsourced," Love Bites," "Perfect Couples," "Friends With Benefits" and "The Paul Reiser Show." The new dramas are "The Cape," "Harry's Law," "Outlaw," "Undercovers," "The Event," "Chase" and "Law & Order: Los Angeles."

Check out the fall schedule highlights below, including preview clips of NBC's new shows!


The Event (DRAMA, MONDAYS AT 9/8c)

Twitter: @NBCTheEvent

Preview Clip: The President is on a need-to-know basis while an average guy stumbles upon the secret.

Chase (DRAMA, MONDAYS AT 10/9c)

Twitter: @NBCChase

Preview Clip: U.S. Marshall Annie Frost takes you on a game of cat and mouse as she tries to stay one step ahead of the outlaws.

Undercovers (DRAMA, WEDNESDAYS AT 8/7c)

Twitter: @NBC_Undercovers

Preview Clip: Sparks can fly when mixing business with pleasure.

Law & Order: Los Angeles (DRAMA, WEDNESDAYS AT 10/9c)

Twitter: @NBCLOLA

Outsourced (COMEDY, THURSDAYS AT 9:30/8:30c)

Twitter: @OutsourcedNBC

Preview Clip: To learn about America, Todd has his new employees act out scenes from American classics.

Love Bites (COMEDY, THURSDAYS AT 10/9c)

Twitter: @NBCLoveBites

Clip: Time to make a move as the last virgin in Virginia.

School Pride (ALTERNATIVE, FRIDAYS AT 8/7c -- SHARES TIMESLOT WITH Who Do You Think You Are?)

Twitter: @NBCSchoolPride

Preview Clip: Students, staff and volunteers join forces to renovate a school in 10 days.

Outlaw (DRAMA, FRIDAYS AT 10/9c)

Twitter: @NBCOutlaw

Preview Clip: Following the rules doesn't always lead to justice.

Already looking forward to fall TV? Which of these new shows are on your radar?


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May 17, 2010 5:20PM EDT

i am looking forward to most of these show except school pride i dont think outsourced will last long we had a show like this in the 70's over here in the uk ppl from differant countrys learning how to be english so thats been done and its outdated

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