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Old 09-05-2017, 08:06 PM   #16
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I think Antenna's scheduling is getting boring and same old, generally. Come on, only one addition plus some shuffling for the fall? Those NL primetime sitcoms on Antenna are getting as tired as MASH and Hogan's Heroes are on MeTV.

One thing about the OP's primetime wish list: I don't think Murphy Brown has done well in syndication, at least lately. It's probably one of those shows that doesn't age well, so we won't see that, IMO.

Murphy Brown will most likely have a primetime slot. Somewhere between 7-10pm at least.
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I think Antenna's scheduling is getting boring and same old, generally. Come on, only one addition plus some shuffling for the fall? Those NL primetime sitcoms on Antenna are getting as tired as MASH and Hogan's Heroes are on MeTV.

One thing about the OP's primetime wish list: I don't think Murphy Brown has done well in syndication, at least lately. It's probably one of those shows that doesn't age well, so we won't see that, IMO.

I haven't watched Murphy Brown since it's original airing which is why i'm personally exited to see it again. I can see though how it may do poorly in syndication since from my memory of it, the show was very "topical" of the politics of the era and may not hold up well nearly 3 decades later.

Then again "All in the Family" was also topical and does very well, so MP could as well. I just hope it gets an initial prime time slot to give it a chance.
If it does poorly then toss it to 4am during the next schedule change.
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Murphy Brown will most likely have a primetime slot. Somewhere between 7-10pm at least.


I just commented on Murphy Brown before seeing this. I hope you're right!
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What is everybody's dream wishlist for scheduling?

I would love to see Dave's World and The John Larroquette Show.
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What repeats on here? I know Carson shows the same episode, and it looks like Newhart, Family Ties, and Wings at night are repeated early morning. Anything else?
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What repeats on here? I know Carson shows the same episode, and it looks like Newhart, Family Ties, and Wings at night are repeated early morning. Anything else?
On Sunday-Thursday nights, Newhart at 11, Family Ties at 11:30, Wings at 12, Three's Company at 1, Kotter at 1:30, Sanford at 3, Good Times at 3:30, The Jeffersons at 4, and All in the Family at 4:30 are repeated the next day at 5AM, 5:30AM, 6AM, 6PM, 6:30PM, 8PM, 8:30PM, 9PM, and 9:30PM respectively
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I will admit though, even though I do like the Joey Bishop Show, I'm surprised how much it's on compared to others.

I know it was a get for Antenna TV to have Season 1, but 227 started at the same time and oddly they only have one airing a week night now of 227 but still 6 days a week for Joey with 12 airings.
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Joey Bishop has been scaled back since it first came. It started with Johnny Carson as lead-in Saturday nights then got sent to early mornings before the E/I shows. And on weekdays its timeslot got downgraded recently from 1PM to 7AM. It also lost an hour on Sundays. 227 is not just once a week, it airs Monday-Friday at 7:30PM. That is a prime viewing slot a lot of shows can only dream of. It also accomplished the feat of knocking Norman Lear out of primetime for a few months.
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Sunday's 4:30PM episode of Mr. Belvedere was a pleasant surprise, the closing credits played in full and were not crunched.
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I rarely watch Antenna after the morning / midday hours. Did Murphy Brown land on the schedule? I used to watch the original primetime airings to get an eyeful of Faith Ford. Between her and the blonde ladies on Matlock, my hormones were pretty busy back then...
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I rarely watch Antenna after the morning / midday hours. Did Murphy Brown land on the schedule? I used to watch the original primetime airings to get an eyeful of Faith Ford. Between her and the blonde ladies on Matlock, my hormones were pretty busy back then...

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227 is not just once a week, it airs Monday-Friday at 7:30PM. That is a prime viewing slot a lot of shows can only dream of. It also accomplished the feat of knocking Norman Lear out of primetime for a few months.

I probably worded that wrong.

I meant it's down to one episode a night during the week. Most shows Antenna ever aired had two episodes on any given day it airs.
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227 is only watch worthy during it's first 4 seasons. The 5th season everything spectacularly fell apart especially with the glaring absence of Sandra. I know it was Marla Gibbs's vehicle, but Jackee was the life that show needed to keep on going.
When season 5 rolls around I stop tuning in. Those buffoonish dorky new neighbors, that blond airhead Sandra replacement, the old dude living in the so called "penthouse" and that fat little girl that came out of nowhere all contributed to making the show unwatchable during it's final season.
And Marla Gibbs not giving a F enough to wear her wigs anymore was the final nail.
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When is Growing Pains coming?
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