Given that Monday’s episode of “The Voice” was pre-empted for storm coverage in major markets including New York and Washington, the network announced that it will re-air the episode on Thursday night from 8 to 10 p.m.
That means that residents in New York and Washington will see the second round of “The Voice’s” “knockout” rounds on Tuesday before they can watch the first part.
It also means Thursday comedies “30 Rock,” “Up All Night,” “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation” will be displaced. But NBC has plans: Both “The Office” and “Parks and Rec” episodes will move to the following Thursday. No word yet on what will happen to this week’s “Up All Night,” which was already scheduled to take a week off on Nov. 8.
As for the the presidential election-themed “30 Rock” that was supposed to air Thursday, the comedy will now air a day early on Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Meanwhile, the network also announced that Monday’s “Revolution,” also bumped of the air in some markets, will run again on Friday night at 8 p.m.