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TV Land June 2009 --


Blog Story: http://www.sitcomsonline.com/blog/20...-roseanne.html


Regular schedule:

Generic schedule:

Renewed: Leave it to Beaver


Weekdays weeks of June 1 and June 8
6:00AM Paid Programming
9:00AM All in the Family
9:30AM Sanford and Son
10:00AM The Jeffersons
10:30AM The Jeffersons
11:00AM Good Times
11:30AM Gunsmoke (Mon); Good Times (Tues-Fri)
12:00PM Gunsmoke cont. (Mon); The Andy Griffith Show (Tues-Fri)
12:30PM Gunsmoke (Mon); The Andy Griffith Show (Tues-Fri)
1:00PM Gunsmoke cont. (Mon); Beverly Hillbillies (Tues-Fri)
1:30PM Bonanza (Mon); Gunsmoke (Tues-Fri)
2:30PM Bonanza (Mon); Gunsmoke (Tues-Fri)
3:30PM Bonanza
4:30PM Bonanza
5:30PM Little House on the Prairie
7:00PM The Andy Griffith Show
7:30PM The Andy Griffith Show

Mon-Thurs, Week of June 1 ONLY:
8:00PM The Cosby Show
8:30PM The Cosby Show
9:00PM Roseanne; TV Land PRIME Movie: Back to School (Thurs)
9:30PM Roseanne; TV Land PRIME Movie: Back to School cont. (Thurs)
10:00PM-12:00AM Married...with Children (Mon); Roseanne (Tues); The Cougar/She's Got the Look Sneak Peek/Roseanne (Wed); TV Land PRIME Movie: Back to School cont./Roseanne 2x (Thurs)
12:00AM Married...with Children (two episodes on Wednesdays in this hour)
1:00AM Married...with Children
1:30AM M*A*S*H
2:00AM Roseanne
2:30AM Roseanne
3:00AM Three's Company
3:00AM Three's Company
4:00AM The Cosby Show
4:30AM The Cosby Show
5:00AM M*A*S*H
5:30AM M*A*S*H

Friday, June 5 to Friday, June 12
8:00PM-6:00AM Roseanne (as previously scheduled)

Stunts: The Andy Griffith Show Weekend Marathon (Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7) from 8am-8pm both nights leading into Roseanne from 8pm-6am. Married with Children marathon on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14 from 8am-10pm both days.



Effective Monday, June 15, 2009

Weekdays

6:00AM Paid Programming
9:00AM All in the Family
9:30AM Sanford and Son
10:00AM The Jeffersons
10:30AM The Jeffersons
11:00AM Good Times
11:30AM Good Times
12:00PM Leave it to Beaver
12:30PM Beverly Hillbillies
1:00PM Beverly Hillbillies
1:30PM Gunsmoke
2:30PM Gunsmoke
3:30PM Bonanza
4:30PM Bonanza
5:30PM Little House on the Prairie
7:00PM The Cosby Show
7:30PM The Cosby Show
8:00PM-11:00PM Married...with Children (Mon); Roseanne (Tues); The Cosby Show (Wed); Roseanne/She's Got the Look (Thurs); The Cosby Show/PRIME Movie (Fri)
11:00PM-4:00AM Roseanne (with some She's Got the Look encores)
4:00AM Three's Company
4:30AM Three's Company
5:00AM M*A*S*H
5:30AM M*A*S*H

Saturday June 20 - 6-8am PRIME Movie, 9am-12pm Beverly Hillbillies, 12pm-10pm Andy Griffith Show, 10pm-12am The Cosby Show, 1am-4am Roseanne, 4-6am Three's Company
Sunday, June 21 - 6am-8am Gunsmoke, 8am-12pm Bonanza, 12pm-10pm Andy Griffith, 10pm-12am M*A*S*H, 12am-2am Married with Children, 2-3am Roseanne, 4-6am Little House


ON HOLD:

Saturdays
6:00AM Gunsmoke
7:00AM Bonanza
8:00AM TV Land Movie
10:00AM She's Got the Look encores
11:00AM She's Got the Look encores/Brady Bunch 2x
12:00PM Leave it to Beaver
12:30PM Leave it to Beaver
1:00PM The Andy Griffith Show
1:30PM The Andy Griffith Show
2:00PM Gunsmoke
3:00PM Gunsmoke
4:00PM Bonanza
5:00PM Bonanza
6:00PM Bonanza
7:00PM-10:00PM The Andy Griffith Show
10:00PM-12:00AM Cosby Show
12:00AM She's Got the Look encore
1:00AM-4:00AM Roseanne
4:00AM-6:00AM Three's Company

Sundays
6:00AM Star Trek
7:00AM Gunsmoke
8:00AM Bonanza
9:00AM Bonanza
10:00AM Hogan's Heroes
10:30AM-2:00PM The Beverly Hillbillies
2:00PM Gunsmoke
3:00PM Gunsmoke
4:00PM Bonanza
5:00PM Bonanza
6:00PM Bonanza
7:00PM-9:00PM The Andy Griffith Show
9:00PM-12:00AM M*A*S*H
12:00AM-2:00AM Roseanne
2:00AM-3:00AM The Brady Bunch
3:00AM She's Got the Look encore
4:00AM Little House on the Prairie
5:00AM Little House on the Prairie


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Some minor one-time-only adjustments:
(does not include Movies and Original Encores)

Saturday, June 6
8am-8pm The Andy Griffith Show (leading into Roseanne marathon)

Sunday, June 7
8am-8pm Andy Griffith Show (leading into Roseanne marathon)

Saturday, June 13
8am-10pm Married...with Children

Sunday, June 14
8am-10pm Married...with Children

Saturday, June 27:
9:30am-4:30pm Married... with Children
7:00pm-9:00pm Charlie's Angels
9:00pm-10:00pm Chasing Farrah Episodes 1 and 2
10:00pm-12:30am Roseanne
5:00am Charlie's Angels

Sunday, June 28:
6:00am Charlie's Angels
8:00am-2:00pm Married...with Children
2:00pm-7:00pm The Jacksons: An American Dream (1992)
7:00pm-12:00am The Jacksons: An American Dream (1992 encore)
12:00am-2:00am Married...with Children
2:00am-3:00am Roseanne





Specials & Marathons






- Friday Nite Movies
Every Friday starting at 9pm e/p
TV Land Friday Movies continue!
We all know them and we all love them. We have all seen these movies so many times we can quote entire scenes verbatim...yet we still watch them whenever they're on. These classic movies are back for nostalgic enjoyment on TV Land.

Friday, June 5, 10p-12a
preempted for Roseanne launch

Friday, June 12, 10p-12a
preempted for Roseanne launch

Friday, June 19, 9p-11p
Driving Miss Daisy

Friday, June 26, 9p-11:30p and 11:30p-2am
Grease (9p-11:30p) and Grease 2 (11:30p-2a)


Saturday encores / premieres:
Saturday, June 6: 6am-8am Back to School
Saturday, June 13: 8am-10am Another 48 Hours (premiere!)
Saturday, June 20: 6am-8am Driving Miss Daisy
Saturday, June 27: 6am-8:30am Grease 2 and 4:30pm-7pm Grease

Special encores / premieres:
Thursday, June 4: 9p-11p Back to School




-The Cougar Finale
Wednesday, June 3 at 10pm ET/PT
Stacey Anderson, a stunning 40-year-old successful realtor from Scottsdale, Arizona, is the "Cougar" in TV Land's new original series "The Cougar." The eight-episode series is hosted by Vivica A. Fox ("Kill Bill: Vol. 1," "Curb Your Enthusiasm") and follows Anderson as she searches for love among a pool of 20 eligible twenty-something men. The one-hour elimination dating series is executive produced by Mike Fleiss ("The Bachelor") through his NEXT Entertainment production company in association with Warner Horizon Television




-She's Got the Look Season 2 Sneak Peek
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
11:00pm-11:30pm
A preview of the second season of She's Got the Look 2, airing Thursdays at 9pm starting June 11!
Encores: 12:30am on Wednesday, June 3; 9:30pm on Saturday, June 6; 10:30am & 3:30am on Monday, June 8; 9:30pm on Wednesday, June 10; 12:30pm on Thursday, June 11.



-She's Got the Look Season 2
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Thursdays at 9pm ET/PT
They're back again... and this time the stakes are bigger and better as 12 gorgeous women 35-and-over grace TV Land PRIME in season 2 of the modeling competition series that's like no other...She's Got the Look! For one very lucky winner, a second chance for a supermodel career, a life changing contract with the world famous Wilhelmina Modeling Agency, and a spread in Self magazine awaits. Watch the nationwide search, follow the drama as the number of contestants dwindles, and root for your favorite to win it all. Join in on the fun on a new night and time starting Thursday June 11, 2009 at 9pm for eight straight weeks through July 30. Encores of the show will air Thursdays at 10pm & 1am; Fridays at 12 midnight; Saturdays 10am & 1am; Sundays 3am; Mondays 11am; Tuesdays 2am; Wednesdays 10pm; and the next Thursday at 12 noon.






-Roseanne Launch Stunt
Friday, June 5 through Friday, June 12, 2009
8pm-1am ET/PT each night (encores 1am-6am)
TV Land PRIME welcomes Roseanne to the network with a week long (eight days), primetime marathon beginning Friday, June 5. The marathon will air 8pm-6am each night through Friday, June 12, before the series joins the regular schedule on Saturday, June 13. Roseanne is the quintessential sitcom about a working class family that put the "Real in TV" long before reality television became the norm. Travel back in time with the "Queen of Comedy" as TV Land PRIME chronicles the Conner family's ups and downs, laughs and love, and dreams - both real and imagined. Roseanne will air regularly on Saturdays from 9pm-11pm & 2am-4am; Sundays from 12am-2am; Mon-Tues & Thurs 11pm-2am; Tues-Fri from 8pm-10pm (except 9-10pm on Thursdays); and Wednesdays & Fridays 1-2am.
(episodes coming soon)












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Please read the blog for the full story. http://www.sitcomsonline.com/blog/20...-roseanne.html So a few shows totally gone (Three's Company, Hogan's Heroes, Green Acres), a few shows heavily reduced (M*A*S*H, 3rd Rock) and one show returns from the dead (Scrubs). Sort of reduced is Brady Bunch. Beaver is renewed!
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Wow, you were serious about Roseanne. I hope that ..... ahem, the program is reduced quickly (Scrubs).

Scrubs is back. Hm.....TheLink said even that it bombed. What's the point? And 3rd Rock was reduced, no surprise there, same for Cosby.

Hogan's Heroes and Green Acres GONE? Wow. I would like to at least see them in the morning or from 1-2pm. And they renewed Beaver! That makes me so happy.

They'll probably end up making changes, reducing the Roseanne and changing late-nights.
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- Great that Beaver is staying. I think the day the Cleavers are gone is the day that TV Land is officially no longer TV Land. I wonder for how long they renewed it?
- It's a few months off, but I'm going to go a head and predict that Green Acres will not be renewed and The Jeffersons will.
- Wow that primetime schedule is a headache. I'm glad I just primarily watch Weekday and Saturday mornings.
- Too bad about Three's Company. I don't really watch it on TV Land since I have the DVDs, but I like to see it is still on the schedule! It seems it would go well at noon after the Norman Lear block.
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Primetime is utterly confusing indeed! They need to stick the one schedule. Have Andy Griffith from 7-9pm and Roseanne 9-11pm, and be done with it. And Roseanne 11pm-1am on most nights as well.

This would be better for weekdays and everything would be on but Star Trek and LHOTP (both on weekends):
9:00AM All in the Family
9:30AM Sanford and Son
10:00AM The Jeffersons
10:30AM Good Times
11:00AM Three's Company
11:30AM Brady Bunch
12:00PM Leave it to Beaver
12:30PM Green Acres
1:00PM Hogan's Heroes
1:30PM Beverly Hillbillies
2-5PM TV Land Goes West
5:00-6:00PM Beverly Hillbillies
6:00-8:00PM Andy Griffith Show
8:00-10:00PM Roseanne
10:00-11:00PM Cosby Show/Andy Griffith (rotating)
11:00-1:00AM Roseanne
1:00-2:00AM Cosby Show
2:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun
2:30AM Scrubs
3:00AM M*A*S*H
3:30AM Sanford & Son
4:00AM The Jeffersons
4:30AM Good Times
5:00AM Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
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I agree, that is a much better schedule. IMO they should do Beaver 5-6PM and Hogan's at 5:00AM and Green Acres at 5:30AM if they can't do that. Prime-time is a twisted, messy disaster. I'm sure that affects the ratings as well.

Pavan, just a question - what's with Scrubs coming back and at 3:30? That's pretty dumb since it can be seen at much better times on Comedy Central and WGN. I remember you said they would make it work no matter what...then it failed and they dumped it very fast. I think we've about seen the end of 3rd Rock, by it being pushed to the "dead" slot.
Also - you always said Three's Company was a success. What happened to it? Ratings?
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9:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (Mon); Roseanne (Tues-Wed, Fri); She's Got the Look (Thurs) (all replaces Andy Griffith)
9:30PM The Andy Griffith Show (Mon); Roseanne (Tues-Wed, Fri); She's Got the Look cont. (Thurs) (all replaces Andy Griffith)
10:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (Mon); Roseanne (Tues) (replaces Cosby Show); She's Got the Look encore (Wed, Thurs) (replaces The Cougar Wed/M*A*S*H Thurs); TV Land PRIME Movie (Fri)
10:30PM The Andy Griffith Show (Mon); Roseanne (Tues) (replaces Cosby Show); She's Got the Look encore cont. (Wed, Thurs) (replaces The Cougar cont. Wed/M*A*S*H Thurs); TV Land PRIME Movie cont. (Fri)
11:00PM-1:00AM Roseanne (Mon, Tues, Thurs) (replaces 3rd Rock from the Sun Mon, Cosby Show Tues, M*A*S*H Thurs); The Cosby Show (Wed); TV Land PRIME Movie 10p-12a/She's Got the Look encore 12-1a (Fri)

Good grief... what a MESS that is.

and WHOA, what a LOT of Roseanne. I love the show and am glad it's back at better hours though.
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Primetime is utterly confusing indeed! They need to stick the one schedule. Have Andy Griffith from 7-9pm and Roseanne 9-11pm, and be done with it. And Roseanne 11pm-1am on most nights as well.

This would be better for weekdays and everything would be on but Star Trek and LHOTP (both on weekends):
9:00AM All in the Family
9:30AM Sanford and Son
10:00AM The Jeffersons
10:30AM Good Times
11:00AM Three's Company
11:30AM Brady Bunch
12:00PM Leave it to Beaver
12:30PM Green Acres
1:00PM Hogan's Heroes
1:30PM Beverly Hillbillies
2-5PM TV Land Goes West
5:00-6:00PM Beverly Hillbillies
6:00-8:00PM Andy Griffith Show
8:00-10:00PM Roseanne
10:00-11:00PM Cosby Show/Andy Griffith (rotating)
11:00-1:00AM Roseanne
1:00-2:00AM Cosby Show
2:00AM 3rd Rock from the Sun
2:30AM Scrubs
3:00AM M*A*S*H
3:30AM Sanford & Son
4:00AM The Jeffersons
4:30AM Good Times
5:00AM Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
I would love TC in the mornings or at least any time there is day light outside. I never quite understood why it never lasts anywhere outside of late night. I believe they tried to put it on in the early evenings, but that lasted a week or two. The last time I watched it regularly in the mornings was way back on TNN.
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Pavan, just a question - what's with Scrubs coming back and at 3:30? That's pretty dumb since it can be seen at much better times on Comedy Central and WGN. I remember you said they would make it work no matter what...then it failed and they dumped it very fast. I think we've about seen the end of 3rd Rock, by it being pushed to the "dead" slot.
Also - you always said Three's Company was a success. What happened to it? Ratings?

Scrubs is being shared with Comedy Central, so they didn't really "buy" it themselves, but they did want it to work. I think they need another show like that to make it work...it is too different from anything on TV Land. The same goes for EM: Home Edition.

Three's Company was always a big draw, but then the contract thing came up and they just left it on late nights...so I'm sure the ratings weren't too good then. I bet if they brought it back to primetime, it would do much better than most shows they air. It seems primetime is all about late 80s/90s now and Andy Griffith. Besides Cosby Show, the other stuff on TV Land PRIME has failed (Just Shoot Me, Scrubs, EM: Home Edition, etc). Not sure how the special airings of CSI and CSI NY did. They tried to plug The Jeffersons in PRIME on Thursdays and that didn't work. It seems to me they are trying to stay away from M*A*S*H in PRIME. I think Three's Company would be the only one to draw in prime outside of Andy Griffith, but I don't think they want to go that direction. It's all about 90s now in PRIME. In a few years Friends will be there.

I'm really surprised on weekdays, M*A*S*H is just 4am. No airings on Saturdays and only Sundays it has a decent slot of 9pm-12am.
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Scrubs is being shared with Comedy Central, so they didn't really "buy" it themselves, but they did want it to work. I think they need another show like that to make it work...it is too different from anything on TV Land. The same goes for EM: Home Edition.

Three's Company was always a big draw, but then the contract thing came up and they just left it on late nights...so I'm sure the ratings weren't too good then. I bet if they brought it back to primetime, it would do much better than most shows they air. It seems primetime is all about late 80s/90s now and Andy Griffith. Besides Cosby Show, the other stuff on TV Land PRIME has failed (Just Shoot Me, Scrubs, EM: Home Edition, etc). Not sure how the special airings of CSI and CSI NY did. They tried to plug The Jeffersons in PRIME on Thursdays and that didn't work. It seems to me they are trying to stay away from M*A*S*H in PRIME. I think Three's Company would be the only one to draw in prime outside of Andy Griffith, but I don't think they want to go that direction. It's all about 90s now in PRIME. In a few years Friends will be there.

I'm really surprised on weekdays, M*A*S*H is just 4am. No airings on Saturdays and only Sundays it has a decent slot of 9pm-12am.
Thanks for the insight (much better than we could expect from TheLink, lol).
PRIME seems to have been a failure but they are trying desperately to make it work. And killing the ratings for the whole channel in the process. I'm still not sure that Cosby was a big hit, seeing how it has been pushed back even later. They tried it from 8-9 and 12-1 and I don't think it lasted long. It's indisputable that they have high expectations for Roseanne....now, judging how Cosby did on NAN from 2002 until it was phased out, I thought it would be airing to death on TV Land - not so. That's what has me skeptical about Roseanne being such a smash. It did great for NAN from 2003 until it was pushed out by the newer shows (just like TCS)....and, IMO Cosby is even a better fit on TV Land than Roseanne. Can't imagine somebody staying over for Roseanne after Hillbillies and Andy. The whole thing is painful looking. That is just my comparison. Do you know how The Cosby Show did on TV Land?

If 8pm-1am/"prime time" was Andy, Good Times, Sanford and Son, Three's Company, and M*A*S*H, I'd bet a hundred bucks it'd do better. Ouch....Scrubs in to M*A*S*H - that hurts to even see on paper.
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That's definitely a lot of Roseanne. I'm glad, though - I miss watching the show in primetime. If the schedule stays, whenever there's nothing on, I can just turn to TV Lnd for Roseanne. I bet its hours will be reduced slightly, though, but judging from how the show has done in the past, it could be the show to make PRIME a hit.
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Julie - that's Roseanne heaven for a fan. I've never seen a show launch with so many timeslots! I agree that it will have to be reduced at some point...that's just too extravagant.

Aaron, we're talking about Scrubs on TV Land, lol.....it's already on Comedy Central multiple times..
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It definitely is. I'm guessing most of its old NAN fans will follow it back over to TV Land, especially if they cross promote it. Really, all these slots look like a launch kind of thing. I think we'll see it reduced and settled into a more permanent slot by July.
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F*cking Diisgrace

Cosby Show is replaced by this stupid A$$ Roseanne and now no more Jeffersons at 3am since it's now pushed ton 5am and Three's Company is gone for some silly sh*T.


June is a f*cked up month for programming.
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Did they cross-promote Cosby's move to TV Land on NAN? We all know it wasn't that great performance-wise on TV Land.
Since TCS (which fits better on TV Land than Roseanne, IMO) didn't become a smash like it was on NAN, I don't expect the same for Roseanne. I am just thinking this logically and trying to be impartial...JMO.

Roseanne should be airing an hour then encore an hour later on in the night. Then, if it is a success, increase the airings.
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