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Old 08-24-2002, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Any news about L&S coming to TV LAND before 2003?

i so upset that i didn't know about the TV LAND boxset because i fond out that L&S was aired back in the spring. So i was wondering was there a possibilty of L&S coming back to TV LAND or N@N?
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From what I've heard, TV Land has no plans to bring it back, at least through December, but TV Land could change the schedule at anytime. So, don't quote me on anything, LOL, because TV Land is known to change their schedule...
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From what I've heard, TV Land has no plans to bring it back, at least through December, but TV Land could change the schedule at anytime. So, don't quote me on anything, LOL, because TV Land is known to change their schedule...

It's so many shows that L&S can replace on TV LAND-for starters-The Brady Bunch
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It's so many shows that L&S can replace on TV LAND-for starters-The Brady Bunch

I so agree Solomon! I'm tired of TV Land airing certain shows so many times a day, when several shows are tossed to the sidelines! They are really driving many shows into the ground with the constant repeating...
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I so agree Solomon! I'm tired of TV Land airing certain shows so many times a day, when several shows are tossed to the sidelines! They are really driving many shows into the ground with the constant repeating...

Now i don't mind Happy Days and The Jeffersons because they were both on for ten years-But It seems like most of the shows from TV LAND are before 1970-only shows after 1970 on TV LAND is Happy Days, Jeffersons, Brady Bunch and Barney Miller-i could be wrong-but i do know it's a lot of shows from the 50's ans 60's
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Now i don't mind Happy Days and The Jeffersons because they were both on for ten years-But It seems like most of the shows from TV LAND are before 1970-only shows after 1970 on TV LAND is Happy Days, Jeffersons, Brady Bunch and Barney Miller-i could be wrong-but i do know it's a lot of shows from the 50's ans 60's

I agree with you about Happy Days and The Jeffersons, it's nice they're getting more timeslots, especially The Jeffersons, who have been at 2:00am for soooo long.
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I so agree Solomon! I'm tired of TV Land airing certain shows so many times a day, when several shows are tossed to the sidelines! They are really driving many shows into the ground with the constant repeating...


I think its possible for "Laverne & Shirley" to come back to TV Land, and replace some multipule airings of shows, the same thing happend with "The Bob Newhart Show" It has been known to having to replace shows which have multipule airings, the same thing could happen when they air "Laverne & Shirley", "The Odd Couple" can be another one. TV Land has a few back up shows and those three sitcoms could possibly be an example for them. They use these shows every so often and they go on hiatus and then they come back from their hiatus
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I believe TV Land still has the rights to "Chico & the Man," but it's been on hiatus forever, but then again, maybe they don't, but it's still listed as a show on tvland.com, just like Bob Newhart still is, and that's coming back. Taxi is also going on hiatus in November.
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I miss Laverne & Shirley too. I get kind of annoyed with TV Land because here they are adding more timeplots to certain shows (for example The Beverly Hillbillies, The Brady Bunch, ect.) where instead they could be adding shows such asLaverne & Shirley to the schedule.
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I miss Laverne & Shirley too. I get kind of annoyed with TV Land because here they are adding more timeplots to certain shows (for example The Beverly Hillbillies, The Brady Bunch, ect.) where instead they could be adding shows such asLaverne & Shirley to the schedule.

I feel the EXACT same way LucyFan, exact same way. I just hope Hallmark doesn't overplay Hillbillies next year, and gives The Lucy Show and Mork and Mindy GOOD time slots, and keep Facts of Life.... kinda off topic, but I just hope Hallmark doesn't go the way of TV Land.
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I miss Laverne & Shirley too. I get kind of annoyed with TV Land because here they are adding more timeplots to certain shows (for example The Beverly Hillbillies, The Brady Bunch, ect.) where instead they could be adding shows such asLaverne & Shirley to the schedule.

Especially the Beverly Hillbillies-That show defintely doesn't need another time slot. One is enough. Actually none is enough.
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Especially the Beverly Hillbillies-That show defintely doesn't need another time slot. One is enough. Actually none is enough.

I used to love Beverly Hillbillies, but thank god it's leaving TV Land next year, woo hoo! But it's moving to Hallmark (all from what I've heard, nothing exactly official about the move has been released). All I have to say is that Hillbillies had better not replace Facts of Life on Hallmark, LOL.
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I used to love Beverly Hillbillies, but thank god it's leaving TV Land next year, woo hoo! But it's moving to Hallmark (all from what I've heard, nothing exactly official about the move has been released). All I have to say is that Hillbillies had better not replace Facts of Life on Hallmark, LOL.

I doubt "The Beverly Hillbillies" would replace "The Facts of Life" because TV Land owns the rights as of now, so it might be awhile. Anyways, I agree, I hope that "The Facts of Life" won't go on hiatus, many fans of the show would be worried or sad if it had to leave, althought they said it would be permanent. It would be surprising to see if "The Lucy Show", "Mork and Mindy", "Hogan's Heroes" or "The Beverly Hillbillies" would replace an airing of "The Facts of Life" or all of it, all together, which means me loose a show but I guess we gain some more shows. I hope they don't overplay any shows, much like some of what TV Land does. I would hope that Hallmark would give "Mork & Mindy" and "The Lucy Show" atleast a *good* timeslot not late at night. When "The Beverly Hillbillies leave TV Land atleast they'll have the option of replacing the multipule airings of "The Beverly Hillbillies" and hopefully place new shows withing those slots.
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I doubt "The Beverly Hillbillies" would replace "The Facts of Life" because TV Land owns the rights as of now, so it might be awhile. Anyways, I agree, I hope that "The Facts of Life" won't go on hiatus, many fans of the show would be worried or sad if it had to leave, althought they said it would be permanent. It would be surprising to see if "The Lucy Show", "Mork and Mindy", "Hogan's Heroes" or "The Beverly Hillbillies" would replace an airing of "The Facts of Life" or all of it, all together, which means me loose a show but I guess we gain some more shows. I hope they don't overplay any shows, much like some of what TV Land does. I would hope that Hallmark would give "Mork & Mindy" and "The Lucy Show" atleast a *good* timeslot not late at night. When "The Beverly Hillbillies leave TV Land atleast they'll have the option of replacing the multipule airings of "The Beverly Hillbillies" and hopefully place new shows withing those slots.

Me too, but The Beverly Hillbillies along with Hogan's Heroes will be showing up on Hallmark in 2003, along with, of course, Mork & Mindy and The Lucy Show. I mean, we all know by now that multiple airings of Bewitched and Jeannie will be gone on Hallmark because they return to TV Land in Jan. 2003. So, I'm probably worried for nothing. I am so excited that Hallmark will be adding The Lucy Show and Mork and Mindy. I'm still surprised every day I watch FOL that they added it, LOL, it came as such a shock to me in July.
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Me too, but The Beverly Hillbillies along with Hogan's Heroes will be showing up on Hallmark in 2003, along with, of course, Mork & Mindy and The Lucy Show. I mean, we all know by now that multiple airings of Bewitched and Jeannie will be gone on Hallmark because they return to TV Land in Jan. 2003. So, I'm probably worried for nothing. I am so excited that Hallmark will be adding The Lucy Show and Mork and Mindy. I'm still surprised every day I watch FOL that they added it, LOL, it came as such a shock to me in July.

Same here, I find myself in just such a static shock that "The Facts of Life" came to Hallmark, when I first heard the news, I thought it could never happen but then again it did. I'd least expect that Hallmark would pick it up. When I heard that they owned the rights to these shows, I couldn't believe it, some of the best shows are coming back to TV. I think over the years Hallmark has changed there whole look on TV, and is finally breaking through and adding these shows, and really making thereselves a better network that provides some great sitcoms.
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