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Old 10-11-2010, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default Its kind of weird seeing the classic on the HUB children channel

Hey happy days fans, i am happy that these classic television shows are coming back. But to me, and i am not trying to hate, but these shows do not look good on the Hub channel, it kind of weird of seeing the channel unfied with a children channel, they should have launch a classic network of there own, like a another nick at nite channel. its only my personal opinion
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Uh, what is wrong with that? Nickelodeon is a children's channel and Nick at Nite aired classics like this following children's programming.
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Uh, what is wrong with that? Nickelodeon is a children's channel and Nick at Nite aired classics like this following children's programming.
Hey pavan i was watching the show on the network and it does not look right to me thats just my opinion, it does not have that tv land nick at nite feeling
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What's the difference? It's airing regularly on TV again - that's all that's important.
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i am going to leave that alone
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yay it's back on tv
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It does not have that tv land nick at nite feeling

That's a plus right there.

This article might explain things more clearly:

'Happy Days': Hasbro Launches TV Oldies In Prime Time

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Despite a crowded field, Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner said happy days are here for the new Hub network -- literally. Borrowing a page from Nick at Nite, it's airing "Happy Days" and other former network hits in prime time to build family viewing.



The network, a co-venture of Hasbro and Discovery, launched Oct. 10; an early marketing campaign will continue through the holidays. Promotional stickers are appearing on more than 34 million Hasbro items at retail, while a network schedule will be included in deliveries of products purchased via Hasbro's Web site.

Goldner said the campaign, carring a "Where Great Things Come Together" tagline, has been "very impactful."

"Happy Days" is joined by series such as "Family Ties" and "Doogie Howser, M.D." on weeknights. During the day, shows zero in on the network's stated target of kids 6 to 12 -- everything from a Strawberry Shortcake offering to game show "Pictureka!" to "Meerkat Manor," which has aired on Animal Planet.

An Oct. 13 airing of "Happy Days" was actually The Hub's highest-rated show for the Monday-Thursday period last week -- pulling in a .27 household rating in "live plus same day" ratings. A midnight airing of a "Transformers Generation" episode was second with a .26.

Goldner said he's had conversations with Discovery CEO David Zaslav, noting: "We feel very good about the ratings" over the first week, adding they are "indicative of people coming out and sampling, both parents and kids." The network is in 60 million homes.

This weekend, The Hub will try to make a splash with musical specials with Taylor Swift, produced by Hasbro Studios, which is behind much of the The Hub's originals. "Family Game Night," where families compete by playing Hasbro games, has the potential to be a linchpin as it takes hold on weekends.

The Hub is trying to carve out a niche with a Nickelodeon model of kids' programming during the day and co-viewing at night. But it is also competing with the Disney Channel and Cartoon Network.

"We know building a successful kids' network is a long-term endeavor," Goldner said on a Hasbro investor call, adding that he's satisfied with how The Hub and Hasbro Studios' teams have made progress in such a compressed time frame.
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That's great! A lot of people on Twitter were commenting about HD being back on the air and that they missed the show a lot. I'm glad the show is getting good ratings at The Hub.
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this really reminds me of when Nick at Nite first started. What they wanted to do, was have programming on that was family-friendly, but adults would want to watch as well. That's when they had shows from the 50s-60s-70s. Most of what they have now is 90s and later.

another cool thing, is that it will introduce HD and all the other series to a new generation.
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