The Blacklist: RENEWED (NBC execs probably dream of doing nothing all day long but renewing this show over and over again).
The Voice: This one, too.
Biggest Loser: Will squeeze in another season.
Chicago Fire: Lots more blazes for the hotties to put out.
Chicago PD: The cops aren’t as popular as the firemen, but will probably stick around.
Revolution: Tough call. It’s owned by a rival studio, which doesn’t help. Perhaps a 13-episode season?
Law & Order: SVU: Should coast into another under-the-radar renewal.
Parks and Recreation: There’s nothing funny about NBC’s comedy block performance. Unless you consider failure funny, because then it’s hilarious. Parks is the best of the worst and will return.
Community: Would five seasons and a movie be okay? Definitely got a fair chance, though…
The Michael J. Fox Show: NBC got dizzy from spinning its decision to yank Fox from its schedule. Will the remaining episodes air? Probably. Will it return next season? You can bet your house against it.
Sean Saves the World: NBC didn’t even try to spin this one — CANCELED.
Parenthood: Modestly heroic numbers against strong competition with almost no lead-in. Will return for another generation.
Grimm: NBC still wants a Friday thriller block and Grimm remains the key.
Hannibal: Since season 2 hasn’t yet debuted in its new time slot, it’s far too early to say.
Dracula: Probably won’t rise again, yet NBC isn’t count-count-counting it out.
NEXT: The CW….