NEW YORK (October 2, 2012)--NBC has given an early sign of approval to three of its new series, handing each a full-season commitment.
The network announced Tuesday that it is picking up for a full-season order the adventure-drama "Revolution" and the comedies "Go On" and "The New Normal."
The network said "Revolution," from producer J.J. Abrams, has averaged a healthy 9.8 million viewers in its first three airings. "
Go On," which stars Matthew Perry, averages 8.6 million viewers thus far.
"The New Normal," from producer Ryan Murphy, averages 6 million viewers.
This fall NBC is launching a total of six new series, including the yet-to-premiere "Chicago Fire."
The 2012-13 season officially began Sept. 24.
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