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There's a discernible dividing line this season between TV's haves and have-nots.
ABC laid out its midseason plans on Tuesday, setting March 3 as the premiere for organized-crime drama "Red Widow" while skedding Anthony Edwards thriller "Zero Hour" for Feb. 14.
NBC has revealed much of its midseason plans, setting return dates for "Community," "Smash," and the debuts of frosh series "Deception" and "1600 Penn."
Championing a more year-round approach to scheduling, ABC Entertainment Group prexy Paul Lee said his lineup of midseason shows gives ABC the best recipe for ongoing success.
NBC unveiled an aggressive reshuffling of its primetime programming for the midseason Monday, displacing three series from its Thursday lineup.
As it attempts to stanch the primetime bleeding, NBC is about to perform radical triage this midseason.