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NBC has jumped on the early pickup bandwagon, renewing five series for the 2013-2014 season including Parenthood, Revolution, Grimm, Chicago Fire and Law & Order: SVU.

All have been handed full 22-episode orders.

No word on the fate of bubble comedies Parks and Recreation and Community, but an NBC rep says ?there will be more returning series announcements made in the next couple of weeks.?

http://tvline.com/2013/04/26/nbc-renewed-shows-list-2013-parenthood-revolution/

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Yay to Revolution!

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Great news, I've been holding off watching shows till I know they get a second season order.

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Great news about Revolution and Chicago Fire, i love those shows.

On other TV news:

CBS renewed Two and a Half Men for S11

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lol SVU? Here we go again! That show is going to live forever I swear.

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Great news about Revolution and Chicago Fire, i love those shows.

On other TV news:

CBS renewed Two and a Half Men for S11

Yeah loving Chicago Fire and Revolution. Good to know what i'm watching will continue ;)

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lol SVU? Here we go again! That show is going to live forever I swear.

Ye, it's renewed now for the 15th season. That's a lot.

The original one had 20 seasons.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent had 10 seasons.

Not a lot of shows these days get 15 seasons.

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How is it that Futurama is cancelled (again) and The Simpsons lives on :/

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No more Office. and I am glad. I didn't even watch the final season.

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Ya shows only get half if 1 season

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