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Old 06-13-2007, 10:21 AM   #1
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Default Nick at Nite July/August 2007 -- Wall to Wall Summer

Nick at Nite July/August 2007 --


Regular Schedule Changes

- Wall to Wall Marathons, see below
- Hi-Jinks joins the rotating wheel of Designing Women and Murphy Brown at 5am








Specials & Marathons






- Grease
Sunday, July 1, 2007
9:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET/PT
Nick at Nite presents the premiere of the classic '70s movie Grease starring John Travolta, followed by classic episodes of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air!

Sunday, July 1, 2007
9:00PM Grease
11:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #024
12:00AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #058
12:30AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #016
1:00AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #006
1:30AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #043
2:00AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #056
2:30AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #059
3:00AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #014
3:30AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #016
4:00AM Fresh Prince of Bel Aiir #058
4:30AM Fresh Prince of Bel Air #006







- Wall-to-Wall Marathons: Summer Edition
Starts Week of July 2, 2007
Stick with Nick at Nite all week long this summer to catch over 100 episodes of your favorite shows: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Roseanne, The Cosby Show and Full House!

Wall to wall marathons start at 9:30pm Mon-Thurs & Sun and at 10:30pm on Fri & Sat. Marathons end every night at 5am with the rotating trio of Designing Women, Hi-Jinks and Murphy Brown at 5am followed by Full House at 5am. AFV will still kick-off each night, leading into the marathons.

Week of July 2: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Week of July 9: Roseanne
Week of July 16: Full House (Mon-Thurs), Fresh Prince (Fri-Sun)
Week of July 23: The Cosby Show
Week of July 30: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Week of August 6: Roseanne
Week of August 13: The Cosby Show
Week of August 20: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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So it`s AFV, a BIG marathon, and then the rotating 3 shows?......I hate it! I liked the 2, 8 episode marathons (of 2 shows) a night.

And I can't believe they aren't even bringing Growing Pains back for at least a single episode a night. They should air it between AFV and the marathon.

I won't be watching N@N this summer.
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What is with the FRESH PRINCE? It gets three weeks worth of Marathons while the other shows only get one? This is such poor programming.
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TWO WEEKS chock-full of FPoBA? Crazy!!
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TWO WEEKS chock-full of FPoBA? Crazy!!
actually it's THREE WEEKS
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why does anyone even bother to watch this sorry excuse for a network anymore? Nick would be better off just airing a test pattern from 9PM - 6AM.

the old marathans they did were much, much better.
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Wow, it's unbelieveable. Instead of 3 weeks of Fresh Prince, couldn't we have gotten 2 weeks and maybe a week of ADW, MAY, MB, DW, and GP? Instead, they still decide to shaft there shows, and give us the worst summer we've ever had. And now its 3 shows sharing one slot? Crazy.
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You think they would show a wall to wall week of MB, DeW, MAY, ADW, and GP? LOL!!! That would never happen. And if it did, they would stop in the middle of it, I'm sure. I'm surprised Full House got in there.
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i dont see what the big deal would be about putting those shows on late nights, i mean, they dont have much competition...
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Really folks, what's the difference between that and what they program now?
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I just thought of something. When networks get the rights to air the shows, they only can air a certain amount. When that's done, they can't show the program anymore. Am I right or wrong? If I'm right, is Nick at Nite doing this so it doesn't have to air Fresh Prince when it's closer to the end of their rights?
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I just thought of something. When networks get the rights to air the shows, they only can air a certain amount. When that's done, they can't show the program anymore. Am I right or wrong? If I'm right, is Nick at Nite doing this so it doesn't have to air Fresh Prince when it's closer to the end of their rights?
They're doing this because Fresh Prince is EASILY their most popular show, and does VERY well for them. And because they have about 60 bazillion airplays per ep.
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You think they would show a wall to wall week of MB, DeW, MAY, ADW, and GP? LOL!!! That would never happen. And if it did, they would stop in the middle of it, I'm sure. I'm surprised Full House got in there.
You're right! What was I thinking?

No, I meant that they could air just 1 week of showing all those shows on a different day of the week, but the only way that would happen was if they actually listened to what we had to say at these boards. But, Fresh Prince outrates every other option. NAN should think about changing there slogan to "When in a pinch, go with the Prince." Seriously, this is like the only show airing from now on. I can't wait to see what August will bring us.

And, for anyone who wanted to know, Murphy Brown will be airing every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday (easily the best days), Designing Women will be airing every Monday and Friday, and Hi-Jinks will be airing every Wednesday and Sunday. How can they honestly believe Hi-Jinks is going to do well at 5 in the morning?

Lastly, last year's marathons were much better. They split up each night into 2 seperate marathons, which let us watch all the abandoned shows.
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What happened to Roseanne? I thought that was their 'blockbuster' show? Now it seems almost forgotten.

From the looks of things I don't look for Full House to be renewed this fall.
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What happened to Roseanne? I thought that was their 'blockbuster' show? Now it seems almost forgotten.
Well, when Roseanne first came to N@N I watched it all the time, now I watch it maybe 2-3 times a MONTH. I got tired of the show... I'm taking a break and then will buy the DVD's of the best seasons. Plus I am sick of N@N's constant schedule changes, erratic lineups(different pretty much every night), and now they are skipping around with the episodes big time. 5th season, 9th season, then back to the 5th season.

I'm surprised Fresh Prince hasn't fallen victim to the "getting old" syndrome yet. I don't understand how the show does so well...
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