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Old 07-13-2006, 10:30 AM   #1
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TV Land September 2006 --


Regular schedule changes:

Sundays, effect. Sept. 9
10:00AM The Munsters (replaces Dick Van Dyke)

Effective Monday, September 11, 2006:
Everynight:
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9:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces The Cosby Show)
10:00PM Good Times (replaces Murphy Brown)
10:30PM The Cosby Show (replaces Three's Company)
11:30PM Three's Company (replaces Good Times)
5:30AM Leave it to Beaver (replaces Andy Griffith)

Rest same as Aug. 12 schedule.








TV Land Originals Encores:
Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00 pm ET/PT

Saturday, September 2
pre-empted Jeffersons launch

Saturday, September 9
10:00AM TV Land Top 10: #6 Loveable Losers
10:30AM TV Land Confidential: #4
11:00AM TV Land Moguls: #5 The '80s

Saturday, September 16
pre-empted special Three's Company w/spinoffs 48-hour marathon

Saturday, September 23
10:00AM Living in TV Land: #3 Barry Williams
10:30AM Living in TV Land: #2 Fred Willard
11:00AM TV Land Moguls: #5 The '80s

Saturday, September 30
10:00AM TV Land Moguls: #6 The '90s
11:00AM TV Land Confidential: #3
11:30AM TV Land Confidential: #7












Specials & Marathons



- The Jeffersons 72-Hour Labor Day Weekend Marathon
Saturday, September 2 through Monday, September 4, 2006
6:00 a.m. Sept. 2 through 6:00am Sept. 5
George and Weezie are back. Along with the Willis’, Bentley and who could forget Florence to keep the wisecracks coming. Tune in as TV Land welcomes back an old favorite to its line-up…and what better time to do so than all Labor Day weekend.
The Jeffersons is a spin-off from All in the Family, in which George, Louise and Lionel Jefferson have moved to a "de-luxe apartment in the sky-yyy" in Manhattan. George is wealthy and snobbish and owns the successful Jefferson Cleaners. He and Louise, his long-suffering wife, have been married for twenty five years. The series revolves around George, a bigoted, loud-mouthed bully who barks at his wife and maid and struts like a peacock. It features the comic adventures of the Jeffersons and their neighbors the Willises, televisions first interracial couple.
And you can catch the show everynight at 9:30pm on TV Land.
(Episodes Are attached at the bottom)





- Daniel Boone
Tuesday, Sept. 5 through Friday, Sept. 8
2:00 p.m. ET/PT
Catch TVLand.com's broadband show Daniel Boone in a special four day preview on TV Land!
Broadband broadcast dates: 8/26 - 9/24
Available for download: 3 unedited episodes premiere each week
The frontier adventures of Daniel Boone (Fess Parker), his friends, and family. This show ran from 1964 to 1970 on NBC and cracked the Nielsen top 25 in two seasons. The theme song ("Daniel Boone was a man ... ") was quite popular. Veronica Cartwright, whose sister Angela was in "Lost in Space," played Daniel's daughter. His friends came and went over the years and included Ed Ames as Mingo, Roosevelt Grier as Gabe, Jimmy Dean as Josh. Guests included Ron Howard, Barbara Hershey, Kurt Russell, others. Original episodes in black & white; later in color.



- Living in TV Land Encores
Wednesdays September 6, 13, 20
10:00pm – 10:30pm (Encore at 1am)
TV Land continues to roll out its slate of originals this September and invites viewers to “spend a day in the life” with some of television’s most recognizable stars with encore episodes of Living in TV Land.

September 6 Living in TV Land: Sherman Hemsley
This episode of “Living In TV Land” follows sitcom star Sherman Hemsley (The Jeffersons, Amen) as he puts together a band to play some of his original music, makes an appearance at a Hollywood collectors show and gets hoodwinked into cooking dinner for his former cast mates by his “Jeffersons” co-star and close friend actress Marla Gibbs.
Appearing in this episode are Sally Struthers, Marla Gibbs, Stanley Livingston, Bianca Lawson, Dorien Wilson, Sally Stevens, Jay North, Elvira, Ned Wertimer, Clifton Davis, Roz Ryan, Barbara Montgomery, Anna Maria Horsford, Damon Evans and Berlinda Tolbert.

September 13 Living in TV Land: Adam West
Spend a day in the life with Adam West, former Batman and currently the voice of Mayor Adam West on “Family Guy.”

September 20 Living in TV Land: Davy Jones
Here he comes…walking down the street. Spend a day in the life with the former Monkee






- Star Trek 40th Anniversary Stunt
Friday, September 8, 2006
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. ET/PT
Captain Kirk and Crew go on a whole new voyage as they make their debut on TV Land. Grab your taser gun and clip on walkie-talkies as TV Land celebrates 40 years of this classic sci-fi favorite with 4 out-of-this world episodes. Boldly go where millions have gone and see why this show remains a cult favorite.

8pm #1 The Man Trap
Kirk and his crew are at deadly risk from an alien creature that feeds on the salt in a human body and can take on any form.
9pm #44 - The Trouble With Tribbles
Kirk must defuse a Klingon scheme to destroy a grain shipment...and cope with a seemingly benign creature known as a tribble, which reproduces at amazing speed.
10pm #65 - Plato's Stepchildren
Kirk and his crew find themselves at the mercy of powerful individuals who possess mind-over-matter powers...and plan to use the Enterprise crew for their twisted entertainment. – (features the kiss between Captain Kirk and Lt. Uhuru)






- Three's Company, The Ropers, Three's a Crowd 48 Hour Marathon
Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17, 2006
6:00 a.m. Sept. 16 through 6:00 a.m. Sept. 18
TV Land presents a 48-hour showcase of the hit sitcom, Three's Company plus its two spin-offs, The Ropers and Three's a Crowd, and an unaired pilot! Viewers will be treated to back-to-back episodes of Jack, Janet, Chrissy and their wild neighbors and friends. Also, eee for the first time on TV Land one of the unaired pilots episodes!
Sprinkled into the mix are The Ropers – which follows the trio's landlords after they leave the apartment complex to pursue other adventures – and Three's a Crowd which trails Jack, his new bride, Vicky and his meddling father-in-law.
And don't forget to watch classic clips, bloopers, outtakes and more on TVLand.com:
Three’s Company
Broadband broadcast dates: 9/1 – 9/30
Available for download: up to 3 minutes of footage from each of 4 episodes premiering online every week
(Marathon episodes are attached at the bottom)





- TV Land's CASA Family Night
Sunday, September 24, 2006
9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ET/PT
Having dinner with the family helps everyone reconnect at the end of the day. The family table is often a place where families catch up on their days, share stories and problems – and eat. Whether Ward inadvertently advises Beaver on how to fight a girl or Archie unwittingly breaks bread with a draft dodger, our TV Land families are definitely sharing more than meals at their tables!
Also, on Monday, September 25 from 6-7pm TV Land will pre-empt regularly-scheduled programming to encourage family dinner time from CASA Family Day: A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children.
9:00pm Leave it to Beaver #4 – The Black Eye
Beaver comes home one from school one day with a black eye. Ward is very upset that Beaver didn't fight back until he finds out that a girl hit his son.
9:30pm Three’s Company #61 – The Lifesaver
The trio's outrageous escapades result in an eviction notice from Furley and they get ready to move into a luxurious rent-free penthouse.
10:00pm Good Times #32 – The Dinner Party
An elderly resident of the projects appears to be living on pet food after Michael takes out her garbage. She brings a meatloaf to dinner at the Evans house and the kids suspect it is made from dog food.
10:30pm All in the Family #149 – The Draft Dodger
Christmas dinner at the Bunkers finds Archie playing host to a draft dodger and a father whose son was killed in the war. Archie’s convictions put a strain on the holiday spirit until an exchange between the father and draft dodger leaves him stunned and speechless.






- Generation Boom
Tuesday, September 26 through Friday, September 29, 2006
10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and encores 1:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. ET/PT
This September, TV Land will present the original series Generation Boom, a fast paced and light hearted look at the baby boomer generation from their childhood to how they continue to shape and change the world today.
Airing over four nights, each one-hour episodes will incorporate the personal stories and comments of boomer celebrities and icons, archival footage such as TV commercials, film and TV clips along with fun factoids. Each episode will focus on one central topic and show how the baby boomers approached the topic in the Fifties through today.

September 26: How We Live
Looks at the boomer lifestyle. Growing up in the suburbs, driving muscle cars, raiding Wall Street and today’s activity lifestyle covered.
September 27: How We Play
Looks at what boomers do for entertainment. Hula Hoops, the love of sports icons like Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle, groundbreaking TV shows and iconic movies are covered.
September 28: How We Love
Looks at how boomers handle love and relationships. Dating, Free Love, Marriage, Divorce, Second Marriages and Viagra are all covered
September 29: How We Wired The World
Looks at boomers fondness for hi tech & gadgets: Rocket men, the transformation of radio and TV, iPods and the internet are covered
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Oh....drat, no more Munsters at 6:30? Not even a late night airing? Must not have done well.
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The Munsters did not do well early evening, that is why I was saying they would probably remove that hour. Green Acres will remain at least. The Munsters performs better in the mornings.
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That's too bad. I made a post on their PSB and said to keep it then, just for the heck of it.
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That really does not make it look good for 'The Munsters', just being reduced to 8am.

I was surprised to see 'Green Acres' at 6:30pm and not 'The Jeffersons'.

They should really keep 1pm - 2pm on the weekends the same. Sure will be hard to catch 'Benson', 'Night Court', and 'Cheers' (not to mention 'Wings'). 'Cheers' doesn't bother me as much because I buy the DVDs but it's still hurtful to see it only at 4am.

It will be awesome to see 'The Ropers' and 'Three's A Crowd' for the first time (outside of 'The Ropers' episodes in the TC package). 'Three's Company' is really back with a bang!

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It will be awesome to see 'The Ropers' and 'Three's A Crowd' for the first time (outside of 'The Ropers' episodes in the TC package). 'Three's Company' is really back with a bang!

Bang is right. The ratings are up to the roof yet again!
As for the spinoffs, I'm so pumped. I don't have #8, 27, 28 of Ropers taped. And for Three's a Crowd I don't have #22 taped.
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This is a nice schedule. Don't assume things so fast! September is when things get good anyway. I'm disappointed that the evening is the same old shows. I love the morning weekday schedule, but I'm not home in the fall in the morning. See, 227, What's Happening, and Benson will return, but may I add Benson and Cheers are in real bad slots. I like that Lucy is on when I wake up.

Hopefully the I network will fill the evening void with some great shows. If not that, I hope TBS leaves Seinfeld at 6 and Raymond at 7. They won't though.
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Question: What happen to 7pm to 9pm? what show is going to be during that timeslot block? Thank you for letting us know what time Night Court and Cheer will be.

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Question: What happen to 7pm to 9pm? what show is going to be during that timeslot block? Thank you for letting us know what time Night Court and Cheer will be.

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As I mentioned on the top, whatever timeslot is not shown in the changes, that means it will remain the same as what is airing currently. So, 7-9pm remains Beaver, Andy and Little House.
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7:00PM Leave it to Beaver
7:30PM Andy Griffith
8:00PM Little House on the Prairie

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The 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm will have The same show that are airing now
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Any word on what will replace "The Addams Family" in October? It seems like they are out of 50s and 60s shows for that time frame besides the ones that are already airing there

Overall, the schedule is not horrible. I will be back at school so I probably won't be watching much. Even though I'm not a fan of a lot of the shows, I'm glad to see that it's a FAIR schedule. Only three shows are shown 4X a day and they all include at least one overnight airing. I would be happy to see "Cheers," "Happy Days," "Benson," and "Brady Bunch" with more than 1 airing and I'd be glad to see "Wings" still on but I'll take it

I'm glad "Green Acres" is doing well. Even though i'm not a big fan of that show particularly, it gives me hope for 60s programming!
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besides DVD missing sounds preety good
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Any word on what will replace "The Addams Family" in October? It seems like they are out of 50s and 60s shows for that time frame besides the ones that are already airing there

October 1 at 9am is listed as TBD. So no idea yet.
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