More updates from Houston:
KIAH will air "The Good Doctor" at 12:00pm starting September 17, and "WOW: Women of Wrestling" will be airing on KIAH at 11:00pm on that same day. "Storm of Suspicion" also moves to KIAH from KTXH at 3:00am in the early hours of September. And my earlier prediction was right: "Relative Justice" and "Paternity Court" WILL air at 4:00am and 4:30am respectively in the very early morning hours starting September 19, to make room for "Karamo" at noon.
"9-1-1" --> ABC O&O KTRK in the early hours of September 18 at 12:05am. Seeing that this is a Fox show, not an ABC show, this reminds me of one time when, for a year or two, KHOU-11 (my local CBS affiliate) aired "White Collar", which was produced by Fox, syndicated by 20th Television, and originally aired on USA Network, as one of their late-night weekend dramas (it surprisingly enough didn't air on KRIV Fox 26 or KTXH My20). I personally find the "9-1-1" airings on ABC 13 to make more sense seeing that 20th Television (formerly 20th Century Fox Television) is now corporately under Disney's watch, just like ABC is. ABC 13 will also air "The Rookie" on late Sunday/early Monday starting September 19.
"Magnum P.I." (the 2018 reboot) will replace "Bull" at 12:30am on September 18 on KHOU 11.
As for KPRC, the "Dr. Phil" and "NBC News Daily" timeslots are swapped for some reason, putting the former back in the 1:00pm slot. Is this some kind of error by TV Passport (the TV listing site I'm currently using)? And I thought "Impractical Jokers" was leaving syndication? It's still scheduled on September 18 and 19 (the early morning hours).
I'm not sure if I've already mentioned this, but KTXH will air "Law & Order: SVU" on the weekends starting September 17, with Saturday being a double run. The weekend runs of "Judge Judy" move to 2:00pm and 2:30pm on the same day. "Modern Family's" weekend quadruple run moves to Sundays from 8:00pm-10:00pm.