Latest 'Whitney' News

NBC Renews Parks and Recreation for Season 6

The network has cancelled comedy shows Whitney, Up All Night, 1600 Penn, Guys With Kids, and the drama Deception after just one season.

Brian Gallagher

Animal Practice Cancelled on NBC!

The not-so-hilarious sitcom about an animal hospital gets put on ice, with Whitney taking its place on Wednesday nights.

B. Alan Orange

Community Season 4 and Whitney Season 2 Get Delayed

Both comedy shows were slated to debut Friday, October 19, although NBC has decided to delay the premieres for a new marketing push.

Brian Gallagher

Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, and Whitney Renewed on NBC

Parks and Recreation gets a full 22-episode order, while Up All Night gets a shortened 13-episode season.

Brian Gallagher

NBC Announces 2012 Mid-Season Line-Up

Community is gone, Whitney changes times, and Are You There, Chelsea gets added to the schedule this winter.

B. Alan Orange

Maulik Pancholy and Zoe Lister Jones Talk Whitney Season 1

Two of Whitney Cummings' co-stars discuss this new NBC comedy airing Thursday nights at 9:30 PM.

Brian Gallagher

Chuck and Grimm to Premiere October 28th

Community, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Whitney will all air Halloween episodes on Thursday, October 27.

Brian Gallagher

NBC Fall 2011 TV Posters

The network has debuted new artwork for Free Agents, The Playboy Club, Grimm, Up All Night, The Sing-Off, Whitney, and Prime Suspect.

Brian Gallagher

NBC Announces 2011 Fall Premiere Dates

Parenthood kicks off the new season on Tuesday, September 13 followed by the new comedies Up All Night and Free Agents on September 14.

Brian Gallagher

Whitney, Up All Night and Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea Trailers from NBC

Get your first look at trailers, clips and behind-the-scenes videos from NBC's new comedy series in the fall 2011-2012 season.

B. Alan Orange

NBC Announces 2011-2012 Fall Lineup

The network has added six new dramas and six new comedies to their lineup, and they have also pushed the comedy 30 Rock to a midseason debut.

Brian Gallagher