Ali Adler Talks About THE NEW NORMAL’s First Season

March 26, 2013 by  

NBC’s freshman series, THE NEW NORMAL, has spent the season charming us, but sadly, we’re quickly approaching the end of the first year. (NBC has yet to make any programming decisions for a potential second season.)

Before the show’s recent (hilarious) PaleyFest panel, I spoke with THE NEW NORMAL co-creator Ali Adler about the lessons learned from the first season, the guest stars they’ve gotten, and more…

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THE NEW NORMAL airs Tuesdays at 9:30 PM on NBC.

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2 Responses to “Ali Adler Talks About THE NEW NORMAL’s First Season”

  1. TVang on March 28th, 2013 8:21 am

    The New Normal has been a great new show this season and quickly became one of my must watch shows each week. Ali Adler has done such a great job with the show and I would bet NBC will renew the show for a second season. There are a few episodes I haven’t gotten to catch up with yet because I’ve been working nights at DISH so I haven’t gotten home in time. I’ll definitely have to have a New Normal marathon this weekend and catch up with what I’ve missed on my DISH Hopper. When I watch the primetime shows from the four networks on my Hopper I can instantly skip all the commercials too, which means I can focus more on what’s going on in the story.

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