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Nelson R.

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  1. Maybe CBS does similar to NBC News Daily and schedules it at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, and 3:30 ET for each continental time zone. That would allow for CT to keep their noon news without the new CBS Daytime News being delayed and Y&R could stay at 11am CT.
  2. Moved to P+ is not the same as cancelled outright but yeah. I thought the same. Maybe Y&R moves to 1 and CBS turns 12:30-1 over to affiliates or starts a “CBS Daytime News”.
  3. Bad news for those calling for Y&R to get cancelled.
  4. I think Nightline could expand to an hour if Kimmel was not replaced.
  5. Just read about that on Discord and came to see if you had posted. WKMG has made a lot of changes this season.
  6. Old news….but apparently it had not been posted in this thread.
  7. Yeah they are stuck in the 50s.
  8. Why wouldn’t the CW have it on Memorial Day weekend? EDIT: Oh I see. They wouldn’t televise Indy. And yes. NBC feeds WTHR that night’s primetime lineup while the race is being broadcast to the rest of the country (noon-4pm Eastern). ABC did the same for WRTV I believe.
  9. If WSOC/WAXN get it it will probably air at 4 on WSOC and the 4:00 Feud could move to WAXN. If WJZY/WMYT get it, it might have to go to 2pm on WJZY or 4pm on WMYT if there’s a head to head rule because WCNC has Judge Judy at 3.
  10. Interesting. Well, WCNC doesn’t have room for it anyway unless Tegna ditched Daily Blast Live.
  11. Comics Unleashed has been syndicated on some of the O&O’s for a while. But that wouldn’t have been a bad idea to only have After Midnight run for 30 minutes like the original and then kept a run of Comics Unleashed at 1:07.
  12. Just now saw this. Much needed upgrade.
  13. Drew Barrymore renewed for Season 5
  14. True, I was only talking about weekdays. They may purchase more for the fall.
  15. That’s literally all of it and it airs in the middle of the night. Basically their entire lineup is The National Desk, ARC Seattle and Seattle Refined. They couldn’t air KOMO news from 7-9am and 10pm?
  16. CBS used to but they dropped it for some reason a while back.
  17. It appears WBTV is finally launching Sunday morning news beginning January 7, according to Zap2it and TV Passport.
  18. Full House reruns aired on NBC in summer 1991 right before it went into broadcast syndication but that wasn’t while original episodes were airing.
  19. The first two options would be more likely if the soaps were to be canned (or moved to P+)….Noon/11am CT, Y&R’s time slot outside the Eastern Time Zone in most markets…or 1pm/Noon. Outside the Eastern Time Zone stations would have the choice of the CBS newscast or local news at 11am and the other at noon. 3pm ET /2pm CT is still LMAD’s time slot in some markets unless they were willing to move it to the morning. Any of those time slots could go head to head with NBC News Daily somewhere. Most eastern stations would likely go head to head with it. 3/2 could work as a leadin to 4pm news in the East but then affiliates would have to program 1pm-2pm ET.
  20. It looks like CW is going to be on WOTV 41.2 according to Rabbitears. I read that on the Discord. Not sure what CW7 will become. Not sure if you meant ABC when you said ARC but ABC will be remaining on WOTV.
  21. The Conners reruns are coming to CW starting January 4. Didn’t have this on my bingo card. Unclear if this means they won’t be on local stations this fall. This is similar to when Full House reruns landed on NBC at 11am summer of 1991. https://fxtwitter.com/tvcancelbeast/status/1736485697958072777?s=46&t=L_8SY8aG39Aa8y7vEhNEAw
  22. Dateline has been renewed for 2024-25.
  23. Inside the NFL could move to Wednesdays no problem. Two and a half weeks ago.
  24. I could see some West Coast 9:00 starts or some Sunday afternoon starts if Fox doesn’t have any sports that afternoon.
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