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Old 04-30-2012, 12:15 AM   #1
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Default Nick at Nite May 2012 Line-Up

Effective Monday, May 1, 2012

Weekdays
8:00pm That '70s Show (replaces My Wife & Kids)
8:30pm That '70s Show (replaces My Wife & Kids)
9:00pm George Lopez
9:00pm George Lopez
10:00pm Friends (replaces That '70s Show)
10:30pm Friends (replaces That '70s Show)
11:00pm Yes, Dear (replaces Friends)
11:30pm Yes, Dear (replaces Friends)
12:00am Friends
12:30am Friends
1:00am George Lopez (replaces That '70s Show)
1:30am George Lopez (replaces That '70s Show)
2:00am Everybody Hates Chris
2:30am Yes, Dear (replaces George Lopez)
3:00am Yes, Dear (replaces George Lopez)
3:30am The Nanny (replaces My Wife & Kids)
4:00am The Nanny (replaces My Wife & Kids)
4:30am The Nanny
5:00am Family Matters (replaces The Nanny)
6:00am Family Matters
6:30am Family Matters
[Note: Nick at Nite goes off the clock after 11pm, thus one half-hour extra commercials will air, removing a half-hour of programming inn the overnight.]


Weekends, as of now same as it is now, but this is tentative.

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Old 04-30-2012, 01:54 PM   #2
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The night has very little flow. I would have left My Wife and Kids at 8pm, leading into also-family-friendly George Lopez at 9pm. Yes, Dear should have gone at 10pm, so you had three straight hours of family comedies. Friends could have aired at 11pm and 12am, with That 70's Show at 1am.

And whats with the random airing of Everybody Hates Chris at 2am?
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I don't see Yes, Dear doing well. How many people still even remember that show? Hell, how many people even knew about it when it was on? It was a ho-hum CBS sitcom that only survived six years because of cushy timeslots.
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I don't see Yes, Dear doing well. How many people still even remember that show? Hell, how many people even knew about it when it was on? It was a ho-hum CBS sitcom that only survived six years because of cushy timeslots.


Six seasons is a good run. Some shows run less and still do okay in syndication. Although I stopped caring about the Nick at Nite schedule, I hope Yes, Dear does well. I watch it on TBS at noon and it is a clever and funny show. Anthony Clark is the man!
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Yes Dear was the Rules of Engagement of its time
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Yes Dear was always an underrated show. Critics hated it but viewers loved it and kept it on for 6 years.
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Yes Dear was always an underrated show. Critics hated it but viewers loved it and kept it on for 6 years.

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Well N@N has made it easier for me to watch Seinfeld at 2am on TBS now that Friends has been reduced to 2 airings and no longer 4 airings
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Six seasons is a good run. Some shows run less and still do okay in syndication. Although I stopped caring about the Nick at Nite schedule, I hope Yes, Dear does well. I watch it on TBS at noon and it is a clever and funny show. Anthony Clark is the man!
Six seasons is definitely a good run, but my point was it only made it to that many seasons thanks to cushy timeslots. It always had just good enough ratings thanks to it being sandwiched in between King of Queens and Everybody Loves Raymond and when it was moved out of that slot, ratings dropped significantly. I don't think I've ever heard anyone mention it since its cancellation or even during its run (the Rules of Engagement of its day is an apt comparison). That's in stark contrast to most of Nick's line-up (with maybe the exception of Everybody Hates Chris) so I don't see it lasting.
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Just read Yes dear is about a couple raising their infant son and then they end up having another child two seasons later.

Yes this show is going to FAIL
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Well N@N has made it easier for me to watch Seinfeld at 2am on TBS now that Friends has been reduced to 2 airings and no longer 4 airings

You're not reading right again. Friends is still on 4 times.
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I agree, I don't see Yes, Dear doing well at all. It'll go the way of Malcolm
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You're not reading right again. Friends is still on 4 times.

I read it right, Friends no longer comes on at 2am on Nick@Nite2. Instead it comes on at 1am and 3am
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That's still 4 airings.
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That's still 4 airings.


I thought it was reduced because it no longer came on at 11pm. But I see it was just seperated a bit
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