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Blog Story: http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2011/0...e-fox-nbc.html



Regular schedule:

Schedule Changes:

http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2011/0...-new-mini.html



FULL SCHEDULE
Weekdays

6:00am Paid Programming
8:00am Movie (Mon); All in the Family (Tues-Fri)
8:30am Movie (Mon); Sanford & Son (Tues-Fri)
9:00am Movie (Mon); The Jeffersons (Tues-Fri)
9:30am Movie (Mon); Good Times (Tues-Fri)
10:00am Movie (Mon); I Dream of Jeannie (Tues-Fri)
10:30am Movie (Mon); I Dream of Jeannie (Tues-Fri)
11:00am Movie (Mon); The Nanny (Tues-Fri)
11:30am Movie (Mon); The Nanny (Tues-Fri)
12:00pm Movie or Gunsmoke (Mon); Gunsmoke (Tues-Fri)
1:00pm Bonanza
2:00pm Bonanza
3:00pm Bonanza
4:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
4:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
5:00pm Good Times
5:30pm The Jeffersons
6:00pm All in the Family
6:30pm All in the Family
7:00pm Sanford & Son
7:30pm Sanford & Son
8:00pm Sanford & Son
8:30pm Sanford & Son
9:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
9:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
10:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie cont. (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
10:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie cont. (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
11:00pm Roseanne
11:30pm Roseanne
12:00am Roseanne
12:30am Roseanne
1:00am The Nanny
1:30am The Nanny
2:00am Three's Company
2:30am Three's Company
3:00am Three's Company
3:30am Three's Company
4:00am Home Improvement
4:30am Home Improvement
5:00am M*A*S*H
5:30am M*A*S*H

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6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am The Nanny
7:30am The Nanny
8:00am The Nanny
8:30am The Nanny
9:00am The Nanny
9:30am The Nanny
10:00am The Nanny
10:30am The Nanny
11:00am The Nanny
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12:30pm CSI
1:30pm CSI
2:30pm CSI
3:30pm CSI
4:30pm CSI
5:30pm CSI
7:00pm CSI
8:00pm CSI
9:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
9:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
12:00am Everybody Loves Raymond
12:30am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:00am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Roseanne
2:30am The Nanny
3:00am The Nanny
3:30am Home Improvement
4:00am Home Improvement
4:30am Three's Company
5:00am Three's Company
5:30am Three's Company

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6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am The Nanny
7:30am The Nanny
8:00am The Nanny
8:30am The Nanny
9:00am The Nanny
9:30am The Nanny
10:00am The Nanny
10:30am The Nanny
11:00am The Nanny
11:30am CSI
12:30pm CSI
1:30pm CSI
2:30pm CSI
3:30pm CSI
4:30pm CSI
6:00pm CSI
7:00pm CSI
8:00pm M*A*S*H
8:30pm M*A*S*H
9:00pm M*A*S*H
9:30pm M*A*S*H
10:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
12:00am Everybody Loves Raymond
12:30am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:00am Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Roseanne or The Nanny
2:30am The Nanny
3:00am The Nanny or Three's Company
3:30am Three's Company
4:00am Three's Company
4:30am Three's Company
5:00am Three's Company
5:30am Three's Company




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

Wednesdays
10pm-11pm Hot in Cleveland (R)

Fridays
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond (instead of Roseanne)

Sundays, April 10 and 17, 2011
8pm-9pm Everybody Loves Raymond (instead of M*A*S*H)



Specials & Marathons



- Monday Nite Movies
Every Monday starting at 9pm e/p
TV Land PRIME 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.

Monday, March 28, 9p-11p
Four Weddings and a Funeral (premiere)

Monday, April 4, 9p-11p
Crocodile Dundee

Monday, April 11, 9p-11p
Crocodile Dundee II

Monday, April 18, 9p-11p
preempted for TV Land Awards encore

Monday, April 25, 9p-11p
Pretty in Pink


Encores / premieres:
Monday, March 28: 8:30am-10:30am Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and 10:30am-1pm Trading Places
Monday, April 4: 8am-10am Crocodile Dundee and 10am-12pm Pretty in Pink
Monday, April 11: 8am-10am Pretty in Pink and 10am-12pm Fast Times at Ridgemont High (premiere)
Monday, April 18: 8am-10am Crocodile Dundee and 10am-12pm Crocodile Dundee II
Monday, April 25: 8am-10am Crocodile Dundee II and 10am-12pm Fast Times at Ridgemont High





- Hot in Cleveland Season 2 ENCORES
Wednesdays, 10:00pm & 10:30pm ET/PT
TV Land is excited to air ENCORES of the second season of smash hit original sitcom Hot in Cleveland





- The Best of the American Comedy Awards: A Retrospective of Past Award Shows from 1987-2001
Saturday, April 2, 2011
8:00pm-9:00pm ET/PT
Join TV Land for a night of laughs as we look back at some of the funniest and most memorable moments from past American Comedy Award shows. For over a decade, the American Comedy Awards celebrated the comedic talent of stars including Mel Brooks, Billy Crystal, Roseanne Barr, Jerry Seinfeld, and everyone’s favorite octogenarian- the one and only Betty White. Former Lifetime Achievement Award recipients include comedy geniuses George Carlin and Steve Martin. Be sure to tune in at 8pm on Saturday, April 2 to catch all the fun!




- The Comedy Awards
Sunday, April 10, 2011
9:00pm-11:00pm ET/PT
Laugh out loud with TV Land as they simulcast The Comedy Awards in partnership with Comedy Central, Spike TV, VH1, CMT, Logo, and Nick at Nite! The inaugural award show is set to honor all things humor, recognizing some of the funniest names in film and television today. “Hot in Cleveland” star Betty White is just one of the hilarious and talented nominees selected by The Comedy Board of Directors, a hysterical group that includes Ray Romano, Joan Rivers, Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg, and Don Rickles among others.





- 9th Annual TV Land Awards
Sunday, April 17, 2011
9:00pm-11:00pm ET/PT
Start spreading the news: This year the “TV Land Awards” are on the move to fabulous New York City! For the first time in the show’s history the red carpet will roll out in the greatest city in the world, with honorees including New York native Regis Philbin, as well as reunions of the casts of both “The Cosby Show,” and “Family Ties.” A Welcome Back Kotter reunion will also be featured. A special one-hour block of “Everybody Loves Raymond” kicks off the festivities at 8p. So join TV Land as they take a bite out of the Big Apple at 9p on Sunday, April 17th, and be sure to stay tuned in for the “TV Land Awards 2011: All Access” post-show at 10:30pm, only on TV Land!
ENCORES: Monday, April 18 at 9pm and Sunday, April 24 at 9am



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The Facts of Life gets the Pop Culture Award at the 2011 TV Land Awards!

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It'd kinda be nice if they got short-term rights to the shows they're honoring just to do an all-day marathon on the day of the awards telecast. But then again, they had to do three 80s NBC sitcoms in one show? They couldn't have mixed it up a little?
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TV LAND GREENLIGHTS THREE SITCOMS INCLUDING

“HAPPILY DIVORCED” STARRING FRAN DRESCHER,

“THE EXES” STARRING DONALD FAISON, WAYNE KNIGHT, DAVID ALAN BASCHE AND KRISTEN JOHNSTON

AND A NEW SEASON OF CURRENT HIT “RETIRED AT 35”

Plus “Hot in Cleveland” Third Season Order Upped From 22 to 24 episodes


New York, NY, March 21, 2011 –- TV Land announced today that the network is moving forward with three sitcoms – two new series and a renewal for “Retired at 35.” These series join “Hot in Cleveland” which is now up to a 24 episode order for season three. These pick-ups take TV Land from zero to four scripted sitcoms within less than a year’s time, along with several additional sitcoms in development.

The two new series joining the network’s roster are “Happily Divorced” marking Fran Drescher’s (“The Nanny”) return to television joined by John Michael Higgins (“Best in Show”), Tichina Arnold (“Everybody Hates Chris”) and Rita Moreno (“West Side Story”) as well as “The Exes” (working title) starring Donald Faison (“Scrubs”) , Wayne Knight (“Seinfeld,” “Hot in Cleveland”), David Alan Basche (“Law and Order,” “The Starter Wife”) and Kristen Johnston (“3rd Rock from the Sun”). Additionally, TV Land has renewed its hit sitcom “Retired at 35” starring George Segal, Jessica Walter and Johnathan McClain for a second season. “Happily Divorced,” “The Exes” and “Retired at 35” are all picked up for 10 episodes each. “Happily Divorced” is slated to premiere June 15th along with new episodes of “Hot in Cleveland.” “The Exes” and “Retired at 35” will premiere next winter.

“We are so thrilled to be working with top comedic talent, both behind the scenes and in front of the camera,” states Keith Cox, executive vice president, development and original programming, TV Land. “The talented writers on our sitcoms are giving us material that is fresh and fun and it is clearly connecting with our audience. We’re so excited to continue down this path.”

“TV Land is committed to building a new home for situation comedies and we are ecstatic to build and expand on the success of our original scripted programming,” said Larry W. Jones, president, TV Land. “‘Hot in Cleveland’ and ‘Retired at 35’ have proven to us that our audience is hungry for new sitcoms with relatable, experienced characters and smart, contemporary writing. We’re looking forward to an amazing year working with all of this wonderful talent.”

"Hot in Cleveland" continues to be a huge success scoring a strong 1.5 rating among the network’s target audience of Adults 25-54, up 275% over TV Land's Primetime average, a 1.9 rating among Women 25-54, up over 330% above Primetime average and attracts an average of 3.1 million total viewers, over 220% above Primetime. The sitcom remains the highest-rated and most-watched series in the history of the network. “Retired at 35” has scored a notable 0.7 among TV Land’s target Adults 25-54, up 80% from the network’s Primetime average, a 0.9 among Women 25-54, up over 100% above Primetime average and attracts an average of 1.6 million total viewers, up 70% in Primetime. “Retired at 35” is the second highest-rated and most-watched series on TV Land.

Written by Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobson (“The Nanny, “What I Like About You”), “Happily Divorced” is based on Fran Drescher’s real life and centers around Los Angeles florist Fran (Drescher) as she deals with dating after finding out her realtor husband of 18 years (John Michael Higgins) is gay. The show focuses on how she juggles her new relationships and her ex-husband post-divorce while still living under the same roof. The cast is rounded out by Fran’s best friend Judi (Tichina Arnold), her parents Dori and Glen (Rita Moreno and Robert Walden) and her flower delivery employee Cesar (Valente Rodriguez). Additionally, in the pilot, Fran’s love interest, Elliot, is played by D.W. Moffett.

Executive produced and written by Mark Reisman (“Frasier”), “The Exes” revolves around three divorced men, ladies man Phil (Donald Faison), homebody Haskell (Wayne Knight) and newly-single and needy Stuart (David Alan Basche). The men live together in an apartment across the hall from their divorce attorney, Holly (Kristen Johnston), who also happens to be their landlord. Holly avoids her own relationship and commitment issues by becoming immersed in the men’s affairs as they put their lives back together and return to the dating scene. In addition to Reisman, the series will also be executive produced by Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis ("Reba,” “Titus”).

“Retired at 35,” which was TV Land’s second foray into original sitcoms, follows a disillusioned Manhattan businessman (Johnathan McClain) who decides to leave the New York City rat race and retire to Florida…30 years early! He ends up moving into his parents’ (George Segal and Jessica Walter) condo to reconnect with them, reevaluate his life and live the sometime elusive dream of early retirement that so many are working toward. Filmed in front of a live studio audience, the series premiered in January 2011. “Retired at 35” is written by Chris Case (“Reba,” “Spin City”) and executive produced by Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis.

This Wednesday, March 23rd, at 10 and 10:30pm ET/PT, respectively, marks the finales of this winter’s new episodes of "Hot in Cleveland" and "Retired at 35."
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Another season of Retired at 35?



Funny that they are calling this Wednesday's HiC the "season finale." I don't really consider Hot In Cleveland THAT big of a hit...it rarely wins the night in cable, if ever.
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The concept of Happily Divorced is terrible but the cast is good.
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ROCK ‘N SOUL SUPER DUO DARYL HALL AND JOHN OATES

TO RECEIVE THE MUSIC ICON AWARD AT THE “TV LAND AWARDS 2011”

Legendary Performers Of “Rich Girl,” “Private Eyes” And “You Make My Dreams”

To Perform Some Of Their Most Popular Hit Songs

Duo Joins Stars John Travolta, Bill Cosby, Michael J. Fox, Regis Philbin And More

When Show Tapes April 10 In New York City At The Jacob K. Javits Center And

Airs On Sunday, April 17 At 9 PM ET/PT


New York, NY, March 24, 2011 -- TV Land announced today that platinum recording artists and the pioneers of “Rock ‘N Soul,” Daryl Hall and John Oates, will receive the Music Icon Award at the “TV Land Awards 2011.” The duo will also perform some of its most popular songs which topped the pop charts throughout the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. With eight number one singles including “Rich Girl,” “Private Eyes” and “Maneater,” Grammy®-nominated Daryl Hall and John Oates have sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. Their musical legacy continues today, with their classic tunes featured in film and on television including Oscar®-winner “The Fighter,” “500 Days of Summer” and the popular television series “Glee” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” The “TV Land Awards 2011” will be held on Sunday, April 10, 2011 in New York City at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and airs on TV Land on Sunday, April 17, 2011 at 9 PM ET/PT.

Daryl Hall and John Oates started making music together in Philadelphia in the early 1970s and went on to become one of the most successful duos in rock history. Meeting in a freight elevator while escaping a riot at the Adelphi Ballroom during the club’s legendary Battle of the Bands, they joined forces to become the pioneers of “Rock ‘N Soul.” Their rich repertoire has garnered them dozens of hits throughout the last four decades with instantly recognizable songs like “Kiss On My List,” “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do), “Sara Smile,” “She’s Gone,” “Out of Touch” and “One On One.”

Now in its ninth year, the "TV Land Awards 2011" pays tribute to classic and contemporary luminaries of television, music and movies. The ninety-minute telecast will feature exhilarating tributes to some of the most iconic television casts and musical performers. Previously announced honorees include: Regis Philbin, who will receive the Legend Award; the full cast of “Family Ties,” (Michael J. Fox, Meredith Baxter, Michael Gross, Justine Bateman, Tina Yothers, Marc Price, Tracy Pollan and Billy Vera) who will be honored with the Fan Favorite Award and “The Cosby Show” cast (Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Tempesst Bledsoe, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Sabrina LeBeauf and Raven Symone) who will be honored with the Impact Award. TV Land will also honor the entire cast of “Welcome Back Kotter” (John Travolta, Gabe Kaplan, Ron Palillo, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Robert Hegyes, Marcia Strassman and Ellen Travolta) with the 35th Anniversary Award and the cast of “The Facts of Life” (Lisa Whelchel, Nancy McKeon, Kim Fields, Mindy Cohn and Charlotte Rae) with the Pop Culture Award.

Michael Levitt ("Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List,” "Ask Oprah's All Stars,” "Scream Awards") is executive producer, Glen Weiss is director (“The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards,” “BET Awards,” “The 64th Annual Tony Awards"), Greg Sills is supervising producer ("VH1 Rock Honors," "The Teen Choice Awards," "Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards") and TV Land's Larry W. Jones and Casey Patterson are executive producers.
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In case you missed it earlier, mass changes:

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I guess The Nanny didn't do well weekday mornings? All in the Family and Sanford & Son on the other hand must be doing pretty well.
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The whole mini marathon block idea is good but it should start at 11:00 EVERY night. They need something else so they don't obsess over Everybody Loves Raymond, are people not getting SICK of that show? It's like George Lopez on Nick at Nite....do people not get tired of sitting down and watching the same show for a year for 2 hours at the same time?

Funny that I Dream of Jeannie is the last 60s sitcom left on weekdays. Why is it airing between Norman Lear shows? I would do double airings of those earlier in the morning then IDOJ 11-12. Would not surprise me if MASH and Andy Griffith soon join Bewitched and Leave It to Beaver on the hiatus bench.
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I guess The Nanny didn't do well weekday mornings?

The weekend and late night blocks seem to be doing well. The Nanny is usually the only interesting show on during the weekend.

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It's like George Lopez on Nick at Nite....do people not get tired of sitting down and watching the same show for a year for 2 hours at the same time?

Put me in with feeling the same about George Lopez and My Wife and Kids. Nickelodeon seems to have an obsession with those shows. I'm also tired of Roseanne and Raymond.

I have a similar beef with ABC Family. As much as I love 8 Simple Rules and Still Standing, the shows are a short lived limited run and have been in syndication since they've been canceled. Isn't it about time to let go of them?
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I'm still really confused as to why they still air I Dream of Jeannie, but not Bewitched. Could Jeannie really be that much more popular than Bewitched?
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What surprises me is that in the past on TV Land, Bewitched seemed to do better than I Dream of Jeannie - ESPECIALLY when it aired on TV Land in the mid-2000s.

I have a sinking feeling that Bewitched will just "go away" and expire like Hogan's Heroes and The Beverly Hillbillies did last year. They looked like they were doing well, but were reduced greatly then removed entirely, never to be seen again, eventually expiring. I predict this will happen to Andy Griffith as well.
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