NBC Orders New Shows from “Lost,” “Glee” Creators

At least some of NBC’s 2012-13 lineup will include offerings from familiar faces; the Peacock handed out three series orders Monday, all of which involve an established name.

On the dramatic side, NBC picked up “Lost” creator JJ Abrams’ “Revolution,” which centers on a group surviving in a world without energy.

That drama pickup will accompany comedy series “The New Normal,” which comes from “Glee” and “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy and “Save Me,” a comedic vehicle for Anne Heche.

NBC had previously ordered Matthew Perry’s “Go On.”

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