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NBC mid-season schedule: 'Community' returns, Eva Longoria premieres show

Posted by Rachel Raczka  October 31, 2012 02:16 PM

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NBC announced its upcoming mid-season schedule with bullet points of series' returns as well as shows making their debut. Notable mentions: "Community" finally receives a season 4 premiere date, after multiple bumps from the fall schedule, Bill Pullman makes his debut as president (yes, of the United States) in new Thursday night comedy "1600 Penn," and Eva Longoria rolls out her new online dating reality series, "Ready for Love," hosted by Giuliana and Bill Rancic.

Check out the changes and new additions below:

SERIES PREMIERES:

-- New drama, "Deception" (formerly "Infamous"), Jan. 7

-- New comedy, "1600 Penn," Jan. 10

-- New relationship series, "Ready for Love," from Eva Longoria, March 31

ANTICIPATED RETURNS:

-- "The Voice" begins fourth cycle March 25/26

-- The season's newest hit "Revolution" returns March 25

-- "The Biggest Loser" weighs in Jan. 6/7 with return of Jillian Michaels

-- "Smash" dances back to the schedule Feb. 5 with Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson

-- "Community" returns Feb. 7

--"The Celebrity Apprentice" debuts March 3

-- "Betty White's Off Their Rockers" comes back Jan. 8

[Image via AP Photo/NBC, Jordin Althaus, File]

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