After only a few weeks on the air, NBC is ordering full seasons for the freshman comedies Go On and The New Normal, as well as the new J.J. Abrams drama, Revolution, according to Entertainment Weekly. The ratings and critical acclaim on each show have been impressive with Go On attracting about 8.6 million viewers every episode, The New Normal scoring about 6 million, and Revolution getting 9.8 million.

NBC is in scramble mode for new shows as constant winners like The Office and 30 Rock will be ending after this season. We don’t know if these three series will fill the void, but it’s a start.

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[via EW]