NBC Confirms Episode Order Numbers for 30 Rock, Parks & Rec, Awake, Smash & More

There’s been quite a bit of news coming out of NBC’s TCA presentation. Yesterday it was announced that Community would return at some point and that Harry Connick Jr. was coming to Law & Order SVU (read more here). Now the network has officially confirmed the episode numbers for several of its new and returning shows. Here’s the list:

The Voice (season premiere on Sunday, February 5): 15 weeks of original episodes. A results show will be added in the spring, shrinking The Biggest Loser to one hour. After premiering after the Super Bowl, The Voice will move to its regular timeslot of Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Smash (series premiere on Monday, February 6): 15 weeks of original episodes.

Harry’s Law (currently airing): 22 episodes for the season.

Parks and Recreation (currently airing): 22 episodes for the season.

The Firm (series premiere on Sunday, January 8): 22 episodes for the season.

30 Rock (season premiere on Thursday, January 12): 22 episodes for the season.

Awake (no known premiere date): 13 episodes ordered.

Fashion Star (series premiere on Tuesday, March 13): 10 episodes for the season.

Bent (no known premiere date): 6 episodes ordered.

Are You There, Chelsea? (series premiere on Wednesday, January 11): 12 episodes plus pilot.

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