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According to Deadline NBC is starting notifying producers whose projects are not going to be picked up that their projects are dead. Dramas The Sixth Gun, Bloodline, Hatfields & McCoys, The Secret Lives Of Husbands And Wives,The Night Shift (aka After Hours) and comedies Holding Patterns, Brenda Forever*, Joe, Joe, Jane and The Gates were first to receive condolences.

Bloodline was a drama about a smart and irreverent teenager who finds herself caught in the middle of an epic struggle between two warrior families

The Sixth Gun was a drama based on the Oni Press comic about six pistols of otherworldly power in the Old West, the most dangerous of which falls into the hands of an innocent girl named Becky Montcrief who - alongside shadowy gunfighter Drake Sinclair - must battle vile men thought long dead that have set their sights on retrieving the gun

The Nightshift aka After Hours was a drama which revolves around the graveyard shift in the ER at the San Antonio Medical Center

Hatfields & McCoys was a drama which reignites the centuries-old family feud in a contemporary urban setting with Sophia Bush, Virginia Madsen, Annie Ilonzeh, James Remar, Jesse Lee Soffer, Nick Westrate, Patrick Flueger and Rebecca De Mornay.

Holding Patterns was a multi-camera comedy about a group of friends whose lives completely change after they survive a plane crash starring Erinn Hayes, Kate Lang Johnson, Robert Buckley, Oscar Nunez, Luka Jones and Nelson Franklin.

Brenda Forever was a high-concept comedy which follows the title role both as a 31-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl with Ellie Kemper, Daija Owens, David Krumholtz, Da'vine Joy Randolph, Lindsay Kraft, Mandalynn Carlson and Stephnie Weir.

Joe & Joe & Jane was a multi-camera comedy about a conflict-avoidant children's book author caught in an ongoing tug of war between his wife and his co-author/best friend with ? Dave Annable, Sally Pressman, Asif Ali, Larry Wilmore, Lauren Lapkus and Will Greenberg.

The Gates was a single-camera comedy based on the U.K. series about the hijinks that ensue when parents drop off and pick up their kids at school each day

The Secret Lives Of Husbands And Wives was a drama based on Josie Brown's book about the secrets and lies of three suburban California couples exposed in the aftermath of a murder

Also some updates from Variety on NBC comedies:

Might be renewed: Guys with Kids (via Variety)

not looking good: New Normal(via Variety)

may not return: Go On (via Variety)

Parks and Rec: looks to be returning (via Variety)


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