NBC will finally air the network premiere of the Internet show quarterlife on Feb. 26 before moving it to its regularly scheduled day and time, Sundays at 9, beginning March 2. The show, from Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, focuses on six creative types in their 20s. It is the first network-quality series to begin on the Internet, originally launching on MySpace on Nov. 11 and a day later.

Meanwhile, repeats of Monk and Psych — two drama hits from Peacock sister USA Network — will start airing on NBC Sunday, April 6 from 8-10 p.m. Monk stars the Emmy-winning Tony Shaloub as a detective with an obsessive-compulsive disorder, while Psych features James Roday as an intuitive police consultant.