From USA Today:
NBC has made a slew of scheduling changes for the coming weeks, as The Voice prepares its return.
Struggling sophomore drama Smash has been relegated to the Saturday slot beginning April 6 and will continue to air in the 9 p.m. slot until the 17-episode season ends, the network said Wednesday.
In its place, NBC has slotted upcoming unscripted relationship show Ready for Love from producer Eva Longoria on April 9 with a two-hour premiere beginning at 9 p.m. following The Voice, which launches season four March 25.
Other changes: Matthew Perry sitcom Go On will air this season's final two installments on Thursdays at 9:30, behind The Office, on April 4 and 11, a crucial test for its survival. The New Normal will air a one-hour season finale on April 2, while Whitney wraps up its season with a one-hour episode on March 27.
NBC had a stellar fall, thanks mostly to Sunday Night Football and The Voice, but saw ratings plummet in January when both of those shows were off the schedule. The Voice returns March 25 along with new drama Revolution, another bright spot, after a four-month break.