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Author Topic: 2021-2022 Covid-Friendly Time Slot Thread, for your dining and dancing pleasure.  (Read 3432 times)

golden-road

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With the new game show season upon us, I figured I'd be the one to throw the doors open for this season's schedules.

Boise, ID will set the pace:
9AM, KBOI2: TPiR50
11:30AM-12:30PM, KBOI2: Family Feud (back in Boise after a season)
2PM, KBOI2: LMaD
3-4PM, KNIN9 25WoL
4-5PM, KNIN9: FYSA
6-7PM, KBOI2: J!/WoF
10PM, KTVB7.2: YBYL

« Last Edit: September 13, 2021, 05:28:27 AM by golden-road »

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WBBM in Chicago has picked up "The Drew Barrymore Show" from WCIU and is running it at 9:00am, bumping "Let's Make A Deal" to 2:00pm.

Edit: Looks like WCIU is keeping Drew Barrymore, running that day's episode again at 9:00pm. Weird.
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WBBM in Chicago has picked up "The Drew Barrymore Show" from WCIU and is running it at 9:00am, bumping "Let's Make A Deal" to 2:00pm.

Edit: Looks like WCIU is keeping Drew Barrymore, running that day's episode again at 9:00pm. Weird.

Strange, but ok.

I always thought 9am was too early in the morning for a show as bombastic as LMAD anyway.
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If I'm not mistaken, this thread topic is a duplicate.

Jimmy Owen

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If I'm not mistaken, this thread topic is a duplicate.
One is about premier dates. This is about timeslots and market lists.
Let's Make a Deal was the first show to air on Buzzr. 6/1/15 8PM.

calliaume

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WBBM in Chicago has picked up "The Drew Barrymore Show" from WCIU and is running it at 9:00am, bumping "Let's Make A Deal" to 2:00pm.

Edit: Looks like WCIU is keeping Drew Barrymore, running that day's episode again at 9:00pm. Weird.
WCIU is running The CW's programming through an agreement with CBS. Perhaps this is a separate agreement with the company.

It's not bad counterprogramming for the people who don't have great cable or streaming options. The networks are running their programming at nine, WGN and WFLD (Fox) have local news, WPWR is rerunning Chicago P.D. or whatever they've got. Why not a light talk show?

CBS is probably desperate to boost Drew Barrymore's numbers; they weren't great in the show's first year, and with this being Ellen DeGeneres' farewell to daytime, they'd probably like for her to pick up some steam.

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In Flint, Fox 66 is airing YBYL at 6pm, right after an hour of FF at 5.  25 Words is slotted at 4.
Let's Make a Deal was the first show to air on Buzzr. 6/1/15 8PM.

Jeremy Nelson

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If I'm not mistaken, this thread topic is a duplicate.
One is about premier dates. This is about timeslots and market lists.
Ah, got it. Sorry about that!

WBBM in Chicago has picked up "The Drew Barrymore Show" from WCIU and is running it at 9:00am, bumping "Let's Make A Deal" to 2:00pm.

Edit: Looks like WCIU is keeping Drew Barrymore, running that day's episode again at 9:00pm. Weird.
WCIU is running The CW's programming through an agreement with CBS.

CBS is probably desperate to boost Drew Barrymore's numbers; they weren't great in the show's first year, and with this being Ellen DeGeneres' farewell to daytime, they'd probably like for her to pick up some steam.
How are ratings calculated for syndie shows with multiple airings? This seems like a situation where they'd tout that she has X number of viewers in the Chicago market, even though it took two airings to get them.

This is definitely a play to help her catch steam. 2PM-4PM in Chicago is Kelly followed by Ellen on NBC, and she won't pick up viewers there. 9am is a local talk show on NBC and LIVE on ABC.

Considering how talk shows have historically been easy cancellations, it's crazy to think she got a midseason renewal with dismal ratings.

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As far as I know, nothing changes in Norfolk/Virginia Beach. If anything moves I'll post it, but I imagine all shows remain in their respective timeslots. If Wheel and J! move out of the 7-8 pm hour, I'll bungee jump off the Empire State Building*.

You Bet Your Life will air on WVBT at 6 pm. The schedule stops at 8 pm on September 13 so I dunno if the second episode airs in late night. Seems like it would make sense to air a second episode sometime between 11:30 pm and 1 am, right around the time The Tonight Show airs.

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South Bend, IN has no changes, The Jay Leno Show You Bet Your Life airs WSBT-DT2/Fox, double at 5pm, creating a 2 1/2 hour block of repeat Jeopardy, 25 Words or Less, YBYL.
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Sodboy13

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You Bet Your Leno gets a double-run on Fox O&O WFLD in Chicago at 3:00pm, putting it against Ellen and Dr. Phil, plus the second half-hour against Jeopardy.

Schedule currently shows 25 Words or Less staying in a double-run at 4:00pm on MyNetwork WPWR.

Family Feud runs 2:00-3:00pm on WFLD, then 5:00-7:00pm on WPWR.



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Indianapolis gets Jay on WTTV-4.2 weeknights at 11 and 11:30. The subchannel was previously the home of America Says during its syndie run.

25 Words remains on WISH-8 at 2 & 2:30, followed by the first run of Feud at 3 & 3:30.
More Feud remains on WNDY-23 at 6 & 6:30; the additional episode at 5:30 that replaced WWTBAM midseason goes away.

Funny You Should Ask will downgrade from 4 & 4:30 on WNDY-23 to 3 a.m. on WISH-8.

ObDrewBarrymore: stays on WXIN-59 but moves down from 10 to 11 AM (making room for new local content), going up against TPIR, The View & Kelly Clarkson. Oof.
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As far as I know, status quo for the establishment in New York; LMAD and Price in the morning, Wheel and Jeopardy! on WABC in the 7:00 hour, and Feud at 7 and 7:30 on WWOR.

You Bet Your Life, as I mentioned in the thread concerning the show, comes to WNYW at 7:30 on the 13th. This is going to require a little schedule rejiggering that I donít have any word on just yet; I havenít been able to find any schedule past the 12th yet but TMZís premiere for this season is on the 6th at 7:30 and somethingís gotta move to accommodate it. Could mean 25 Words Or Less will have a new home for the primary episode.

Donít know anything about Daytime Jeopardy, Funny You Should Ask, or the Feud rerun double run at the moment.
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calliaume

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This is definitely a play to help her catch steam. 2PM-4PM in Chicago is Kelly followed by Ellen on NBC, and she won't pick up viewers there. 9am is a local talk show on NBC and LIVE on ABC.
On WMAQ (NBC Chicago), 9 AM and 10 AM are the third and fourth hours of Today, at least for now.

WLS is throwing in the towel on Windy City Live after 10 years of hoping it will be as popular as Oprah Winfrey was. Starting in the next week or two, Tamron Hall moves into the 1 PM time slot there.

Game-wise in Chicago, it looks like WPWR will continue with a three-hour block of 25 Words or Less and Family Feud from 4 to 7. WFLD (Fox) has a one-hour block of Family Feud from 3 to 4 PM, but it looks like that will change when You Bet Your Life premieres (YBYL at 3 and Feud at 3:30?). Funny You Should Ask is on WCIU at midnight, single run. Aside from the LMaD move to 2, everything else appears status quo.

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As far as I know, status quo for the establishment in New York; LMAD and Price in the morning, Wheel and Jeopardy! on WABC in the 7:00 hour, and Feud at 7 and 7:30 on WWOR.

Only ONE hour of Harvey Feud per day on regular TV (NOT counting cable or Pluto Channels)!?!? 

One could only hope...