It's Upfront Week!

Scenes From Broadcast TV's Big Week

NBC and ABC Take Over Iconic NYC Landmarks

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NEW YORK ( -- NBC was first up this week to unveil its fall lineup, putting on its presenation at Radio City Music Hall. Here, NBC President-Entertainment Kevin Reilly (above left, on the left) stands with Matthew Perry and Amanda Peet, two of the stars in new Aaron Sorkin drama "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip", as well as NBC Universal Television Group CEO Jeff Zucker. NBC has another show drawing a lot of buzz, "The Black Donnellys," from team behind the Oscar-winning "Crash," Bobby Moresco and Paul Haggis. | Photographer: Paul Drinkwater.

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Waiting to take the stage at Radio City Music Hall are cast members from "The Office" (above left, left to tright): Steve Carell, B.J. Novak, Mindy Kaling, Brian Baumgartner, Greg Daniels, the show's executive producer. The after-party was held at Rockefeller Center's Rock Plaza summer garden. In attendance: "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" cast member Steven Weber poses with "Friday Night Light's" Connie Britton. | Photographer: Virginia Sherwood.

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NEW YORK ( -- Next up was ABC, which held its upfront presentation at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall on Tuesday. Anne Sweeney, co-chairman, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney-ABC Television Group, addressed the crowd (above left). | Photographer: Donna Svennevik. Also in attendance was the team behind Friday night's "Betty the Ugly," executive producer Salma Hayek and actress America Ferrera. | Photographer: Jennifer Gonzeles.

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Last year, ABC brought down the house when it had "Desperate Housewives" executive producer Marc Cherry in top hat and tails dance with the actresses from the Sunday night hit. In a fair bit of turnaround, this year the network had its male stars from various series, led by "Boston Legal's" William Shatner, take to the stage (above left). Don't worry about Mr. Cherry ceding attention, though, he stood up from a balcony to sing, telling the audience he'll do anything to keep his show on Sunday nights. | Photographer: Steve Fenn.

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