Angela Bromstad has announced her exit as prexy of primetime programming for NBC and Universal Media Studios.
NBC has continued with its back-order momentum, granting full-season production to freshman skein "Chase" and returnee "Chuck."
NBC is switching up its fall launch plans, pushing several premieres up a week to take advantage of its "America's Got Talent" finale.
NBC has Tina Fey-style plans for "The Office's" Mindy Kaling, signing the multihyphenate to an overall deal with the Peacock and Universal Media Studios.
Angela Bromstad's message to fans of NBC's critically beloved but ratings challenged shows: We love these programs too, but people need to start tuning in. "There's an affinity and appreciation…
NBC has given early pickups to Peacock staples "The Office," "30 Rock" and "The Biggest Loser."
It was Black Monday at NBC, as the Peacock plucked several key execs and unveiled a new management structure.
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