Is NBC’s Chicago PD and Law & Order: Organized Crime facing a grim future now? This is the last thing we ever expected to be considering.
Is There Problems Brewing For Chicago PD, Law & Order: Organized Crime?
This, however, is the case according to a shocking claim from the Wall Street Journal that the network may end airing original programming at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time.
With linear ratings falling across the board beginning in the fall of 2023, this may be a viable option for saving money.
Unless the aforementioned Dick Wolf performances are relocated, this change will primarily affect only them.
There will be no more episodes of New Amsterdam after this current season, while the new Quantum Leap revival has not even debuted.
Dateline airs every Friday, but it’s a show that could easily be cut down to an hour.
This is what an NBC representative said in a statement to the aforementioned website:
While nothing has been confirmed yet, we can only hope that NBC gives this some thought and realizes that they would be better off keeping the primetime shows they now have and finding a method to attract more viewers to Peacock.
To cut costs, NBC once tried to move The Jay Leno Show to later in the night, but the move was widely panned and brought the network widespread negative publicity.
We’ll see how things develop over the coming months, but cost reduction is the dominant theme. Take a look at the recent events on Warner Bros. Discovery for evidence.
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