NBC has given full-season pickups to three of its freshman
series -- Revolution, Go On and The New Normal.
The network on Tuesday placed back nine orders for the shows,
which have performed well for NBC leading out of The Voice.
launched as the top-rated drama premiere on any network in three years on Sept.
17, and has held up fairly well in successive weeks, averaging a 3.6 rating
with adults 18-49 and 9.8 million total viewers in its Monday at 10 p.m.
The Matthew Perry starrer Go On, which got a preview during NBC's coverage of the Summer Olympics,
has averaged a 3.2 rating and 8.6 million viewers on Tuesdays at 9 p.m., tying ABC's The Neighbors as the
top-rated comedy of the fall.
Leading out of Go On,
Ryan Murphy's family comedy The New
Normal is averaging a 2.2 rating and 6 million viewers, retaining 74% of
its lead-in in its most recent airing.
The three series, as well as the ever-dominant Sunday Night Football, helped NBC to its first premiere week win in nine years.
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