NBC Adds 1600 Penn and Animal Practice to Fall Schedule

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NBC has added two more new shows to its upcoming schedule.

The network announced yesterday that it has given the green light to 1600 Penn, a comedy that focuses a dysfunctional First Family and is led by Bill Pullman, Jenna Elfman and Josh Gad (pictured).

It has also approved Animal Practice for series. This sitcom features Justin Kirk as Dr. George Coleman, a genius veterinarian who adores animals... but despises their owners.

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These announcements follow other recent NBC additions to its 2012-2013 schedule, which will officially be rolled out for advertisers on Monday. Viewers of this network can also look forward to:

  • Revolution, a futuristic drama from J.J. Abrams that focuses on a world without electricity. It will star David Lyons, Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito.
  • Go On, a sitcom wherein Matthew Perry plays a sportscaster overcoming some personal issues.
  • Save Me, starring Anne Heche as a woman who believes she is channeling the Almighty.
  • The New Normal, a Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story) creation that tells the story of a gay couple (Andrew Rannells and Justin Bartha) and the surrogate who is helping them start a family.

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