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  1. Millionaire is just there to fill space until fall. Doesn't look like Disney/Fox has any other 30-minute shows in the pipeline.
  2. Katz has recently updated its listings, although goners like Mel Robbins and America Says are still listed: https://info.katzmedia.com/natpe-2020-preview?hsLang=en&__hstc=217163081.c8934c808c43d35c585ab9d3f6b7025a.1593462746996.1593462746996.1593462746996.1&__hssc=217163081.2.1593462746996&__hsfp=611629719 It has Good Dish starting in 2021; Providence, How I Met Your Mother, Chicago PD and The Game not returning -- plus, of course, Cops and Live PD.
  3. I haven't seen any word on Doctors or Providence cancelled. Confirmed or speculation?
  4. Has Good Dish been confirmed as a go? All I see are trade articles announcing it was in development by Sony, but nothing about any stations or groups carrying it.
  5. Access Live as of next week.
  6. WHBF in the Quad-Cities has moved Dr. Oz from 12:35 a.m. to 2 p.m., replacing its pay-to-play, Living Local. Oz is already on at 10:30p on its sister station, KGCW. The Doctors, already on KGCW, replaces the overnight Oz.
  7. This could also be wishful thinking on the part of Asomrjsurf.
  8. Mel Robbins announced today that her show is not returning for a second season.
  9. Interesting roundup of next season's offerings, plus a morsel of news -- America Says won't be back: https://tvnewscheck.com/article/243061/first-run-syndie-revival-continues-in-2020/
  10. Kelly's moving up in Atlanta: https://www.ajc.com/blog/radiotvtalk/the-kelly-clarkson-show-moves-time-slot-wsb-oct-after-debuting/JqAL7tQH98fIlmBKiQEyxL/?fbclid=IwAR1zmTxTVyq1NEBupts7Yn6Nyu2Ndx_y0Wr7tl6pvtbNIu1br7Tw09jfYFE
  11. It's anticlimactic now, but the 25 Words or Less website has been updated with the air times in each market.
  12. That would be your station's friendly neighborhood program director -- although many of the calls on whether or not to pick up shows is predominately made on the corporate level any more. Decades ago, the trade magazines would list stations that had picked up the shows, and it eventually became the broadcast groups.
  13. KSNF in Joplin, Mo., has delayed NBC's 12:35 a.m. show -- whether it be Later, Last Call or A Little Late -- until 4 a.m. I lived in the market during the Bob Costas Later days, and checking the new schedule, that's still the case. Bumped by a lot of hourlong talk/court shows that everyone else plays in daytime. Aren't those the episodes for the CW?
  14. I didn't realize that WTTV was locally programming its subchannel. How's it branded?
  15. I look at KCDO's website frequently and am impressed by its schedule. Is it considered in the Denver market?
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