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'Go On,' 'Revolution' receive full-season orders from NBC
The Peacock Network has ordered additional episodes of freshman series “Go On,” “Revolution” and “The New Normal,” which means that those shows will air a full season of 22 episodes. The announcement marks the first renewals of the fall season.
When Newsday Westchester spoke with Yonkers native Williams about “Go On,” he talked about filming the “March Sadness” scene in the pilot, which led him to realize that “I want to do this for awhile. "I'd love for this to go three, four years if not more." Looks like Williams might be getting his wish.
As for Abrams, a Sarah Lawrence College alum, his last NBC series, “Undercovers,” was canceled in 2010 after only 11 episodes aired, and his Fox drama, “Alcatraz,” was canceled earlier in 2012. So the pickup for “Revolution” ensures that the successful producer responsible for hit series like "Lost" and "Felicity" has regained his Midas touch.