NBC unveils 2020 midseason lineup

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Left to Right: Andre Braugher and Stephanie Beatriz of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Terry Crews of "America's Got Talent." Photo Credit: Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center hosts the media and network talent

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Out In Jersey’s Will Loschiavo and J.R. Ramirez of “Manifest”

Recently, NBC and The Cinema Society hosted a press mixer to launch of the network’s 2020 Midseason lineup. The celebration took place high atop the 65th floor of Rockefeller Center at the legendary Manhattan dining and entertainment landmark, the Rainbow Room. Between the striking décor, world-class views, and A-List talent, it was clear no expense was sparred, creating a highly alluring ambiance.

The event was filled with agents, executives, press, publicists, and talent, offering an optimum networking environment. Some of the nights most recognizable faces included Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) and Terry Crews (America’s Got Talent). Moreover, credit should be given to talent who stayed for the entire evening and seemingly enjoyed celebrating with the press and media alike, such as the hunky J.R. Ramirez (Manifest) and comedic husband-and-wife duo Reno and Retta Wilson (Good Girls).

Talent from all of the following series were in attendance. Hence, please note the below schedule for the current Winter-Spring 2020 NBC Midseason schedule:

Monday:
8PM: America’s Got Talent: The Champions
10PM: Manifest

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Out In Jersey’s Will Loschiavo and Reno Wilson of “Good Girls” 

Tuesday:
9PM: Council of Dads
10PM: New Amsterdam

Wednesday:
8PM: Chicago Med
9PM: Chicago Fire
10PM: Chicago P.D.

Thursday:
8:30PM: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9PM: Will & Grace
9:30PM: Indebted
10PM: Law & Order: SVU

Friday:
8PM: Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector

Sunday:
9PM: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
10PM: Good Girls

Specials:
April 21st at 1PM: Beverly Hills Dog Show