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Old 09-09-2017, 12:54 AM   #1
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Default what is the worst night for tv shows?

mine would have to be
fridays i usualy call my uncle on fridays but i mostly just watch marathons of storage wars!! but i think thats the bad time for tv shows!!
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With Once Upon a Time moving to Fridays it will actually be one of my favorite nights between that and Blue Bloods. Saturdays are back to being a wasteland after the short run of Ransom there. Sundays I now do not have any veteran shows but am interested in Wisdom of the Crowd, Ten Days of the Valley, and possibly Ghosted. Thursdays I do not have any veterans either, am interested in The Orville, S.W.A.T., and Young Sheldon. Wednesdays remain must watch with Designated Survivor and Speechless. Monday has Scorpion but nothing the first two hours. 9JKL was said to be the next Raymond but I thought the trailer for it was really crude. Tuesday is the last season for The Middle. I also watch NCIS but hated the addition of Wilmer Valderrama.
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Every night is good to me because I pop in a DVD and watch whatever show I want to.
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I agree about Friday's because people go out on Friday Nights and in Alabama on a Friday nights I attend local high school football games
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gotta go with fridays i am set during nba season because there is almost always an nba game on cable friday night but the rest of the year nothing on fridays interest me
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It's been Saturday for the entire 21st century. The only thing on is the badly written for the past decade Saturday Night Live which I'm tired of hearing about every week. Luckily it's impossible to run out of things to watch with both current keep up shows and classic catch up shows.
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Sunday is still terrible as always. With the exception of NFL football , there's nothing great on the big 4 Networks.

However , MeTv and Antenna TV are good as they always been.
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Saturday is most definitely the worst night for TV. Because the lineups wouls frequently be preempted for sporting events.
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Saturday used to be a great night in the 70s and 80s.
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Saturday used to be a great night in the 70s and 80s.
It still was in the 90s and early 2000s with Early Edition, Touched by an Angel, and The District. Coach and The Practice also had a season where they aired on Saturdays.
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