With Jay Leno set to say goodbye to his 10 p.m. time slot in February, NBC has just announced the lineup of shows that will fill in the huge void left by canceling five hours of evening programming in one fell swoop.
Law & Order will get shuffled around to fill in the 10:00 ET/PT slot on Mondays.
Parenthood fills in the blank on Tuesday nights.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit will pick up the slack on Wednesdays.
New, Jerry Seinfeld-produced show The Marriage Ref will get the historically popular Thursday night spot.
And good ol' NBC newser Dateline will end the work week on Fridays.
All of this will begin in early March, after NBC completes its coverage of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.