NBC has greenlit three series from Universal Television: comedies Grand Crew and American Auto, and drama La Brea for the 2021-2022 season. American Auto is set at the headquarters of a major American automotive company in Detroit where a floundering group of executives try to rediscover the company identity amidst a rapidly changing industry. It stars Saturday Night Live's Ana Gasteyer, Jon Barinholtz, Harriet Dyer, Humphrey Ker, Michael B. Washington, Tye White and X Mayo. Grand Crew follows a group of Black friends who unpack the ups and downs of life and love at a wine bar. It stars Echo Kellum, Justin Cunningham, Carl Tart, Aaron Jennings and Nicole Byer. And in La Brea, when a massive sinkhole mysteriously opens in Los Angeles, it tears a family in half, separating mother and son from father and daughter. When part of the family finds themselves in an unexplainable primeval world, alongside a disparate group of strangers, they must work to survive and uncover the mystery of where they are and if there is a way back home. La Brea features Natalie Zea, Zyra Gorecki and Chiké Okonkwo... The CW has opted not to move forward on proposed Arrow spinoff series Green Arrow and the Canaries. The second-to-last episode of Arrow last January served as a backdoor pilot. Set in the future following Oliver Queen's death, the episode followed Mia Queen (Katherine McNamara), the daughter of Oliver and Felicity Smoak, as she donned the mantle of Green Arrow and teamed with a time-displaced Dinah Drake (Juliana Harkavy) and Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy Rodgers) to protect the Star City of 2040 from newly-rising threats. The other outstanding CW planted spinoff, The 100 prequel, remains in contention.