Monday, February 19, 2007

ION Television Creates Poll of 16 Shows, Decide Which You Like; NBC Changes Sundays & Wednesdays Post-Feb. Sweeps


Happy President's Day! What better day to let you know about ION Television's poll. It is time for you to make decisions like a President would and vote on 16 shows they have put on their poll. Their poll is not asking you to just choose 1 or 2 shows. This poll is asking you from a scale of 0 to 10 (0 meaning you don't care to see it, 10 meaning you love it), how much do you want to see these 16 shows? It is easy to vote, you just vote by moving the orange slider located under each show from left to right accordingly. And when you're done, click on submit
I'm sure we will see some of these this year. The shows are: A-Team, Alice, Amen, Barney Miller, Growing Pains, In the House, Kate & Allie, Knight Rider, LAPD: Life on the Beat, Lingo (80s), Moral Court, Perfect Strangers, Starsky & Hutch, Wayans Bros., Welcome Back Kotter and The Wonder Years. Now this doesn't mean that these are just the shows they are considering. It is just at this time they plan on trying to put some of these shows on (they are airing LAPD as a filler on Feb. 25 at 10:30pm, after the Sunday movie runs a bit longer than expected). So, if you like a show give it a high rating and if you hate the show give it a low rating, but make sure you vote! Click HERE to vote!
We had our own poll in November and we did show it to ION and they have used quite a few of the shows in our poll in their poll. So, maybe we made a difference...who knows. Anyway, get on to ION's poll and pick from 0-10 on how much you like these 16 shows!

After February sweeps ends, NBC will make some changes to its Sunday & Wednesday line-ups. Starting Sunday, March 4 at 9 p.m. Deal or No Deal will be airing replacing The Apprentice, which shifts over to 10 p.m., replacing Crossing Jordan. Jordan will be on the move to Wednesdays at 9 replacing Deal or No Deal starting March 7. To recap, NBC will now have an all-reality Sunday line-up of Dateline, Grease, Deal, and Apprentice starting in March, while Wednesdays is all dramas with Friday Night Lights, Crossing Jordan and Medium. Will this make a big different? Probably not. Deal or No Deal Sunday will be facing Desperate Housewives and Cold Case, so it will likely be third place and maybe even 4th place in 18-49 with those two and Family Guy in the mix.

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