NBC says the show will be back on its Monday-night schedule on March 7, with a two-hour presentation, followed by Harry’s Law. After that, there’s nine more Event episodes to finish out the show’s first season.
Two-hour episode si scheduled to air from 8 to 10 p.m. ET on March 7, giving "Chuck" a week off (sorry Chuck fans).
Also, EW.com is reporting that Janusz Kaminski — the Oscar-winning cinematographer behind a score of Steven Spielberg classics as Saving Private Ryan, Schindler’s List, and War of the Worlds — has been tapped to direct episode 15.
Could episode 15 be when fans finally learn what “The Event” is?
Producers said last year that the title reference will be revealed in the latter half of the first season. Also, they’ve maintained that the season finale will conclude the current storylines in a satisfying manner (not going for a cliffhanger?).
Make sure you check our 'The Event' spoilers page for the latest updates on storylines and characters development when the show returns.
To help pass the time until "The Event" does come back, take a look at the videos below, in which star Jason Ritter takes you through his typical (or not) day on the set.