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  1. WLNY has dropped How I Met Your Mother and replaced it with Millionaire. They picked up the new syndie Millionaire package (which is only the 175 episodes from its final season) back in June when Disney/ABC first started rolling it out, replacing Cops. They only carry the primary run and they had been delaying the five weekday episodes to random weekend slots, usually with the Mon-Tue eps on Saturday nights from 5-6, the Wed ep on Sunday afternoon at 2, and the Thu-Fri eps Mondays from 2-3 AM. Starting this week, the show now airs weeknights at 1:00 AM in HIMYM's former slot, but still only on
  2. WCBS temporarily halted its noon newscasts after an employee tested positive for COVID and they had to shut down their studio. On Mondays, it was replaced with a fifth Judge Judy. Normally, the A and B runs air on WCBS at 4:00 and 4:30 PM, then the C and D runs air on WLNY at 10:00 and 10:30 PM (though TV listings list them as repeats of A and B). The 12:00 WCBS airings were the C run, so that episode would air twice. On Tuesday-Friday, they filled 12:00 with repeats of the previous day's Inside Edition, which first airs on WCBS at 7:00 PM. I never really understood why they didn't just use Mo
  3. Family Feuds 5 and 6 have already been a thing in NYC for at least two weeks now. WWOR added two more episodes at 11:00 and 11:30 PM. However, they are currently repeats of the exact same episodes that air at 7:00 and 7:30 PM, the first two airings of the night - the "A and B" feeds. I'm guessing that's until the "E and F" feeds officially go live on 9/14. There are still only four Feud airings for weekends, though. Is this a first for syndication - a show getting six weekday runs? I don't even know of any other shows that get four runs besides Judge Judy.
  4. KABC Los Angeles is now only airing the last ~25 minutes of WNN. The Kelly & Ryan repeat pre-empts the rest of it starting at 2:05.
  5. WLNY was definitely the last for Wheel, so it was probably the last for J! too. The WCBS buyout took effect in March 2012. Only CJON in Newfoundland, Canada airs Wheel before 7:00 PM Eastern - at 5:00 PM local time or 3:30 ET, ever since they acquired it in 2014. Meanwhile, first-run J! airs as early as 9:30 AM in the Central Time Zone (with this example being WAKA in Alabama. They do air Wheel too, but at 6:30 of course). That being said, WSYT in Syracuse airs J! at 6:30 ET when pre-empted by Thursday Night Football and World Series pregame since it's pre-empted at 7:30. They also
  6. As of 2020, no markets in the Eastern Time Zone air the main run of J! earlier than 7:00 PM Eastern except if a station moves it earlier for a pre-emption, which CBSTVD is much more chill about than if one were to ask about doing that with Wheel. However, some markets list the secondary/"Daytime" run as the as the main run even though that's not the case (such as WBOC in Salisbury, MD carrying DJ! at 4:30 PM and WRDE carrying the main J! at 7:30 after Wheel; WBOC's airings are listed as the same as WRDE's).
  7. Found another one. KAEF in Eureka, CA (ABC) airs it at 5:00 PM Pacific, and repeats it at midnight on sister KECA-LD2 (MyTV). The 7-8 hour is taken by Wheel and Jeopardy!. I don't think I've seen all three on the same station very often.
  8. It will indeed be a double run. New ep at 2:00, Daytime ep at 2:30. It will also apparently be continuing to air on KMCI "The Spot" at 4:30 AM according to Zap2It, but this may not be accurate since they're a sister to KSHB. KC must be the only market that carries three Jeopardy! airings a day, and yet there are no markets at all that carry more than one Wheel of Fortune airing a day unless there's some kind of mixup.
  9. This is pretty fitting considering WDAF airs Wheel of Fortune (at 6:30 of course; there is only one market in the entire Central Time Zone that doesn't air it at 6:30 - KVHP in Lake Charles, LA airs it at 6:00). Generally, stations that do double-run J! air the "Daytime" one first and the "new" one second, but it's still very plausible that they'll double-run it even if they show the main one first. Of course, they could be referring to an hour block at 2:00 PM and not just one episode. If they do double run J!, or at least carry Daytime J! in some form, I hope that they use the sl
  10. Not sure when this started, but WABC in NY is now airing encores of Live with Kelly & Ryan weeknights at 1:07 AM. Daytime Jeopardy! is now moved to 2:05 AM, and the Tamron Hall encore is now at 3:05 after the World News Tonight encore. Previously, DJ! was at 1:07, then Tamron at 1:37. I don't remember what aired at 3:05 and 3:35; I believe WABC did not air ABC World News Now, unless maybe they aired it only partially.
  11. I could have sworn IE Weekend was an hour until this season or last. I remember noticing that WLIO in Lima, Ohio didn't carry Wheel of Fortune or Jeopardy! on weekends and was wondering what they aired Saturdays at 7:00 instead. It said they aired IE Weekend, and I could have sworn it filled the whole hour on the listings. Though earlier this year, I noticed on my own local listings that IE Weekend is currently only half an hour, so I checked WLIO's listings again, and while they still show IE Weekend at 7:00, they now show Mom at 7:30.
  12. Yeah, it has to be if it's that early. Zap2It lists it as the same episode that airs on WXII at 7:30 PM, but it's very likely an encore of the previous weekday's episode. Although ET, along with Inside Edition, TMZ, and Extra, only have one episode per day, stations can opt to air them a second time (or even a third time for the latter two) in late night or in daytime the following day. WNYW in New York airs the same Extra three times across two days; I don't believe WNBC aired it more than once when they carried it. Interesting that WXII/WCWG don't appear to carry the weekend run of ET, unles
  13. I always thought ET had a mandate that it had to be aired in the prime access hour, like Wheel of Fortune does. Do any other US markets air ET earlier than 7:00 ET?
  14. There was a spreadsheet someone leaked on another forum showing that Cops will continue to be offered throughout next season. It also said Judge Judy reruns will be offered for at least two seasons after it ends. Live PD is done, however. There's also "Sheriffs El Dorado County", which not many markets pulled in the police controversy, but it generally doesn't have favorable time slots anymore, anyway. The show's original station, KTXL in Sacramento, used to air it Saturday nights at 6:00 (9:00 if FOX had a sporting event that night) and Sunday nights at 11:00. It now airs late Sun
  15. Maury's back on WPIX? I could have sworn it moved to WLNY last year. Jerry Springer currently airs on both even though they're not co-owned.
  16. Wheel of Fortune is CBSTVD and only three of the CBS O&O's carry it: KTVT in Dallas, WCCO in Minneapolis, and WBZ in Boston (which pre-empts it very frequently for local specials and its local Patriots show). It's also worth noting that all three of these stations no longer air WOF Weekend in their usual slot; they all moved it in favor of infomercials. Dallas now airs it on KTXA Saturdays at 6:30 PM Central, WCCO Sundays at 3:30 AM Central, and WBZ Sundays at 12:35 AM Eastern (with Jeopardy! Weekend at 1:05). WCBS also moved ET Weekend out of the 7:00 PM hour several months ag
  17. I knew right away once they announced Drew was going to the CBS O&O's that it would go to the 9:00 slot on WCBS with a later encore on WLNY, like they do with Phil. Hot Bench is the only daytime syndie WCBS airs until Phil at 3:00 and Judy x 2 at 4:00.
  18. Hot Bench is not listed at all in the NYC DMA beyond 9/11. I have Xfinity, which shows TV listings up to 23 days in advance.

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