Two more new fall series are gone. NBC has removed "Ironside" and "Welcome to the Family" from the schedule.

To replace "Ironside" at 10 p.m. Wednesdays, NBC will offer "Dateline" reports and holiday specials. Those specials will spotlight "Saturday Night Live," Kelly Clarkson and Michael Buble.

Starting Jan. 8, the network will offer "Chicago P.D.," a spinoff of "Chicago Fire." Jason Beghe, Jon Seda and Sophia Bush play Chicago police officers in the drama.

"Welcome to the Family" aired at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. NBC will use "The Voice," Thanksgiving football, a live telecast of "The Sound of Music," "The Sing-Off" and back-to-back episodes of "Parks and Recreation" in coming weeks.

Starting Jan. 2, "Community" will return to the schedule at 8 p.m. Thursdays. "Parks and Recreation" will move to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, starting Jan. 9. The Amy Poehler comedy will offer its 100th episode that night.

CBS has picked up three new comedies -- "The Millers," "The Crazy Ones" and "Mom" -- for the rest of the season.

Fox has extended freshman sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" for the rest of the season. How much does Fox like the Andy Samberg-Andre Braugher comedy? The network is giving the sitcom a slot after the Super Bowl on Feb. 2. It will air with a new installment of "New Girl" in what Fox called "a special one-hour comedy event."

NBC has extended "The Blacklist," a major hit, for the rest of the season. And Fox has renewed "Sleepy Hollow" for next season.

As for the failures, CBS dropped the comedy "We Are Men" with Tony Shalhoub. ABC canceled "Lucky 7." And now "Ironside" and "Welcome to the Family" are gone.

In other programming, The CW has announced it will pick up a 21st edition of "America's Next Top Model." And TNT has ordered a fourth season of "Franklin & Bash" with Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.