NBC Mid-Season Re-Shuffle: ‘Parenthood’ in on Tuesdays, ‘LOLA’ Out

Network scuttles plans to return creatively re-tooling “Law & Order: L.A.” to prime time; also postpones “The Marriage Ref” in favor of “America’s Next Great Restaurant”

NBC announced that it will ditch plans to ditch "Parenthood" from Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. in favor of "Law & Order: Los Angeles."

The network had planned to put "Law & Order: L.A." in the Tuesday 10 p.m. slot starting Feb. 8 and put "Parenthood" on hiatus.

But with that rookie series undergoing significant creative changes and "Parenthood" pulling in strong ratings the last several weeks, NBC will keep the latter show in the time slot for the remainder of the season.

A return date for "Law & Order: L.A." was not announced.

NBC also announced that it will debut new reality-competition series "America's Next Great Restaurant" on Sunday March 6 instead of the previosly planned date of Wednesday, March 16.

Jerry Seinfeld's "The Marriage Ref" — which had been slated for that Sunday 8-9 p.m. time period this spring — will debut at a later date.