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1 hour ago, Nelson R. said:

First run? Most stations are airing repeats in the graveyard slot.

 

First run.

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19 minutes ago, ColtFromGulfcoast said:

Doesn't that also air on KUBE?

Yes, also airs at 4pm.

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22 minutes ago, ColtFromGulfcoast said:

Doesn't that also air on KUBE?

 

You're right. At a more reasonable time, 4pm.

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28 minutes ago, mvcg66b3r said:

KIAH is Nexstar, KUBE is RNN.

 

At least KUBE actually airs programming. Unlike the other stations in the group, which run roughly a 20+ hour Revenue Frontiers.......

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On 9/15/2020 at 10:26 AM, WheelWarrior said:

WWOR is delaying Schitt's Creek (primary run only) to weekends - Sunday nights at 6:00, 6:30, 11:00, 11:30, and 12:00. Since the episodes appear to be in chronological order across both runs, we only get the odd-numbered episodes.

An interesting way to air the show, however, I don’t really don’t get why they can just air it on WNYW at like 12:00 or 12:30am. But I guess they really need to air a third rerun of Extra. Or get rid of those pointless Family Feud reruns at 11pm that are the same ones that air at 7pm. 

 

Speaking of WWOR, I saw Caught In Providence got replaced with a repeat of one of two Divorce Court episodes. I didn’t see it on any other areas the week of September 28th, so perhaps the week of September 21st will be the last week the show airs in syndication.

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11 minutes ago, KrocKing said:

An interesting way to air the show, however, I don’t really don’t get why they can just air it on WNYW at like 12:00 or 12:30am. But I guess they really need to air a third rerun of Extra. Or get rid of those pointless Family Feud reruns at 11pm that are the same ones that air at 7pm. 

 

Speaking of WWOR, I saw Caught In Providence got replaced with a repeat of one of two Divorce Court episodes. I didn’t see it on any other areas the week of September 28th, so perhaps the week of September 21st will be the last week the show airs in syndication.

WMYA is airing a single run Schitts weeknights at 12:35am. Then another run Saturday mornings at 4:30am starting October 3 but that’s as far as the grid goes. Including the Saturday morning airing it’s odd numbered episodes only. 😳That’s according to zap2it. If you view by grid format it shows the current day plus the next two weeks. Anyways I don’t know why they don’t use the single run schedule.

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11 minutes ago, Nelson R. said:

WMYA is airing a single run Schitts weeknights at 12:35.  Then another run Saturday mornings at 4:30am starting October 3 but that’s as far as the grid goes. Including the Saturday morning airing it’s odd numbered episodes only. 😳If you view by grid format it shows the current day plus the next two weeks. Anyways I don’t know why they don’t use the single run schedule.

WPSG is doing the exact same thing. At least it has a pretty good time slot of 11pm, right after the KYW news. WWOR seems to be running the single run schedule at least, despite the awkward placement

 

I also check the Syracuse area and WSTQ is airing the double run weeknight at 12:30am and 1:00am. It’s in a placement where it isn’t airing with other sitcoms, instead sandwiched between an Informercial and Impractical Jokers. Would’ve made more sense on WNYS (or well, WSYT-DT3 now) since they air Big Bang and Modern Family. 

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On 9/17/2020 at 9:21 PM, WheelWarrior said:

That's interesting. All the TV guides here list us as getting eps 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. That will be annoying for anyone who relies on listing info for DVR and such.

The listings were updated for Schitt's Creek on WWOR. They are now listed as eps 1-5 instead of 1-9 odds.

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CW7 Schitt's Creek 12AM bumping Family Guy to 12:30AM, Bob's Burgers to 1AM.

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On 9/7/2020 at 7:28 PM, WheelWarrior said:

One more change that actually happened a few months ago and is probably permanent: Wheel of Fortune Weekend now airs on KTXA instead of KTVT, one of the few markets to separate the weekday and weekend runs between two stations.

They moved it back to KTVT last weekend. However, it won't air in full if CBS coverage of College Football runs past 6:30 Central (which is pretty common given that they always have a postgame show that runs for a minimum of 10 minutes).

 

Similarly, all the other CBS O&O's that had been airing infomercials on Saturdays in prime access for much of last season have since reverted the slots to their familiar programming. WCBS put back ET Weekend at 7:00, but it's kind of pointless since they'll never be able to air the full hour because CFB on CBS always runs past 7:00 (not one single CBS Saturday game last season ended on time).

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Well WPXI here in Pittsburgh has FINALLY moved Kelly Clarkson to a more decent hour of the day. It now airs at 1pm after their news at Noon. Right This Minute, which aired at that time, now airs in Kelly's old time slot of 3am. 

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3 hours ago, tjt24 said:

Well WPXI here in Pittsburgh has FINALLY moved Kelly Clarkson to a more decent hour of the day. It now airs at 1pm after their news at Noon. Right This Minute, which aired at that time, now airs in Kelly's old time slot of 3am. 

Syracuse had RightThisMinute air at a graveyard slot on WSYT (FOX) at 5:30 and 6am in the morning last year. It got moved down to 7am and is now also running on WSYT-DT3 (MyNet) at 4am. 
 

Also turns out both channels swapped a lot of their programs between the two networks. Maury, Steve Wilkos, Dish Nation, Cheaters, Black-Ish, and The King of Queens are moving to WSYT, while DT3 gets Divorce Court, Paternity Court, Protection Court, Justice With Mablean, The Verdict, 2 Broke Girls, and Two and a Half Men from WSYT. Pawn Stars and Forensic Files were split between both channels, and WSYT is getting Pawn Stars while DT3 gets Forensic Files. Personal Injury Court also moved from a 2pm slot to a 3am slot on WSYT. 
 

The only new shows either two got was Law & Crime Daily on WSYT and Monk on DT3

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8 hours ago, WheelWarrior said:

They moved it back to KTVT last weekend. However, it won't air in full if CBS coverage of College Football runs past 6:30 Central (which is pretty common given that they always have a postgame show that runs for a minimum of 10 minutes).

 

Similarly, all the other CBS O&O's that had been airing infomercials on Saturdays in prime access for much of last season have since reverted the slots to their familiar programming. WCBS put back ET Weekend at 7:00, but it's kind of pointless since they'll never be able to air the full hour because CFB on CBS always runs past 7:00 (not one single CBS Saturday game last season ended on time).

Off topic but I love how the ESPN games are listed for only 3 hours followed by “College Football Scoreboard Show.” That really messes with DVR recordings.

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3 minutes ago, J1975am said:

Another court show renewed for SEVEN (!!!!!!!) more seasons.....https://tvnewscheck.com/article/more-news/253761/justice-for-all-with-judge-cristina-perez-renewed-for-seven-more-seasons/

That’s the one court show WMYT didn’t pick up this fall that wasn’t already cleared in Charlotte.

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4 hours ago, ddaniels20 said:

Don't know if this is the place to put it, but Comedy Central will air Schitt's Creek starting on Friday, October 2nd. They will air 5 episodes a week.

 

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/schitts-creek-repeats-to-air-on-comedy-central

 

Quite interesting, especially since the show aired on sister channel Pop.

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From

https://magid.com/mentions/live-with-kelly-and-ryan-kicks-off-new-season/

 

Review based on a national syndicated rating report for the week ending September 13, 2020.

Live with Kelly and Ryan (six-week high 1.9 live plus same day national Nielsen rating, up 27% from the week before) unveiled season 33 of its wildly popular franchise and jumped into a first-place tie with usual talk leader Dr. Phil (1.9, steady) in the holiday week session ending September 13.

“Live” made the big move despite being preempted in home market New York for memorials on September 11. Ratings for the new season of “Phil” will come out next week.

Maury (1.0, unchanged) was far behind in third place. Steve Wilkos (0.9, unchanged) followed.

Ellen DeGeneres (0.9, unchanged), tied “Wilkos” but stayed at the lowest rating in the show’s 17-year history for a fifth straight week and was down 53% from the same week last year. National ratings for Ellen’s new season, which did not get underway until September 21, will not be released for another two weeks.

The newest strip in first-run syndication was highly anticipated talker The Drew Barrymore Show (premiere week primary run 0.8/3 weighted metered market average), which immediately improved time slots significantly on its CBS O&O launch group. For example, the show took those stations up 33% among women 25-54 and up 50% among adults 25-54 compared to the same week last year.

“Drew,” which did not get to air its primary run September 17 in several markets due to US Open Golf on NBC, nevertheless already finished first in its time period in a number of cities such as Buffalo (2.2/6 weekly average, up 57% from year ago). The rookie also got off to a big start in multiple markets with year to year time period increases of 100% in Los Angeles, 100% in Portland (Oregon), 150% in Baltimore, 200% in Louisville, and 200% in Jacksonville.

Back in the national live plus same day Nielsens for the session ending September 13, the highest rated daytime show remained courtroom champ Judge Judy (5.4, down 4%), which was still in reruns all week. Judy’s law partner Hot Bench (1.9, steady) was also in repeats but tied “Live” and “Phil” for second place in the daypart.

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Looks like 1st Look has been demoted on at least some of the NBC O&O's. WNBC, WVIT, and WCAU all used to air it first at 7:30 PM Eastern on Saturdays (provided there were no sports) following George to the Rescue at 7:00. Now, 7:00 is infomercials and George is at 7:30. 1st Look does still air overnight after SNL, though.

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Another station has picked up the double run of Schitts...WMYV in Winston-Salem...albeit at 1am

 

Don’t think it was picked up in Raleigh-Durham.

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