New Lineup Moves Into Leno’s Prime Time Slot Published March 1, 2010 • Updated on March 1, 2010 at 3:25 pm NBC rolls out a new primetime lineup - three new shows and two old favorites - to replace Jay Leno at 10 p.m. 15 photos 1/15 NBC Now that Jay Leno is back on the "Tonight Show," NBC is rolling out a series of shows - three of them new and two old favorites - for the 10 p.m. EST timeslot. Jerry Seinfeld returns to prime time with one of them, The Marriage Ref. The show has panels of celebrities such as Eva Longoria who mediate the battles of real life couples. 2/15 NBC Comedian Tom Papa hosts the show, which premiered following the Olympics closing ceremony Sunday, but will air regularly on Thursdays. 3/15 NBC Alec Baldwin has some experience with relationships gone sour, but will his advice from the celebrity panel help regular folks? 4/15 NBC New episodes of perennial favorite Law & Order will air on Monday nights. 5/15 NBC The longest-running crime series in the history of television is in its 20th season. 6/15 NBC Anthony Anderson (r.) as Det. Kevin Bernard, and Jeremy Sisto as Det. Cyrus Lupo encounter crime and justice in New York City in the popular drama. 7/15 NBC Law & Order: Special Victims Unit airs Wednesday nights, and features Christopher Meloni as Det. Elliot Stabler. Here he is in a past show with Kathy Griffin as Babs Duffy. 8/15 NBC The hard-hitting show, which chronicles the work of the NYPD's elite unit, has featured stars such as Mischa Barton, shown here as Gladys Dalton. 9/15 NBC Meloni is the hard-charging detective whose partner is Olivia Bennson, played by Mariska Hargitay. 10/15 NBC Craig T. Nelson, Peter Krause and Lauren Graham star in Parenthood, a Ron Howard-produced drama inspired by the film of the same name. It airs Tuesday nights. 11/15 NBC Krause is Adam, the oldest Braverman sibling. He and wife Kristina (Monica Potter) face parenthood head on when they learn their son Max (Max Burkholder) has Asperger's Syndrome. 12/15 NBC Mae Whitman as Amber Holt, Graham as Sarah Braverman and Miles Heizer as Drew Holt are in the cast - and the orbit of headstrong patriarch Nelson and his onscreen wife Camille (Bonnie Bedelia). 13/15 NBC Who Do You Think You Are? will explore the family trees of famous folks, such as Susan Sarandon, here with son Miles Robbins.It airs on Friday night. 14/15 NBC Brooke Shields is another celebrity whose genealogy will get a review on prime time. 15/15 NBC Spike Lee is another of the celebrities whose family history is uncovered on "Who Do You Think You Are?" NBC's partner on the series is ancestry.com. 0 More Photo Galleries Brag on Your Grad: Celebrating 2020 Graduates in DC, Maryland and Virginia Photos: Protests, Unrest in DC Following George Floyd’s Death Protesters, Enraged by Black Americans Killed, Gather Nationwide NBC4-T44 Friday Fun: Show and Tell!