There's also a rebirth of neo-noir in the 90s that deserves coverage to show how it kept evolving. (Of course, some of this material may be too explicit for what TCM likes to screen, particularly in prime time--but they could put any films that cross the line in the last slot on any given evening, pushing at least until 10pm west coast time.) Perhaps they will get there later on, but the way it's set up, the series clearly loses steam after the third week.
It should also be noted that the Criterion Channel has its own "neo-noir" series set for July, and we can see that it is a lot more extensive that what TCM will be offering:
FEATURING: Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970), Across 110th Street (1972), The Long Goodbye (1973), Chinatown (1974)**, Night Moves (1975), Farewell, My Lovely (1975), The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976), The American Friend (1977), The Big Sleep (1978), Eyes of Laura Mars (1978), The Onion Field (1979), Body Heat (1981), Thief (1981)*, Blow Out (1981), Cutter’s Way (1981), Blood Simple (1984), Body Double (1984), The Hit (1984), Trouble in Mind (1985), Manhunter (1986), Mona Lisa (1986), The Bedroom Window (1987), Homicide (1991), Swoon (1992), Suture (1993), The Last Seduction (1994), Brick (2005)**
Films in bold are common to both series.
Films with ** will not appear at Criterion till September
Films with * will not appear at Criterion till August
A lot of interesting material there, and of course there is a good bit more in the 90s and 00s that could be included in either series as well. I suspect we will see this area mined a good bit more often in the years to come.