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Old 12-07-2007, 02:12 PM   #1
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TV Land February 2008--


Regular schedule:

Effective Monday, January 28, 2008


What's new: Just Shoot Me
What's gone: All in the Family

Weekdays
6:00AM Star Trek
7:00AM Night Court
7:30AM Wings
8:00AM Cheers
8:30AM Just Shoot Me (replaces The Jeffersons)
9:00AM Sanford & Son
9:30AM Good Times (replaces All in the Family)
10:00AM Good Times
10:30AM Designing Women
11:00AM Three's Company (replaces Brady Bunch)
11:30AM I Love Lucy (replaces Munsters)
12:00PM Bonanza (Mon); Leave it to Beaver (Tues-Fri) (replaces Addams Family)
12:30PM Bonanza cont. (Mon); Leave it to Beaver (Tues-Fri)
1:00PM Bonanza (Mon); The Beverly Hillbillies (Tues-Fri) (replaces I Love Lucy)
1:30PM Bonanza cont. (Mon); The Beverly Hillbillies (Tues-Fri) (replaces Green Acres)
2:00PM Gunsmoke (Mon); Bonanza (Tues-Fri)
3:00PM Gunsmoke
4:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Sanford & Son)
4:30PM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Sanford & Son)
5:00PM I Love Lucy
5:30PM I Love Lucy
6:00PM The Beverly Hillbillies
6:30PM The Beverly Hillbillies
7:00PM The Andy Griffith Show
7:30PM The Andy Griffith Show
8:00PM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); I Love Lucy (Fri)
8:30PM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); I Love Lucy (Fri)
9:00PM-11:00PM Marathons: Designing Women (Mon); The Andy Griffith Show (Tues); Sanford & Son (Wed); Just Shoot Me (Thurs replaces Good Times); I Love Lucy 9-10p only (Fri), TV Land Movie 10p-12a (Fri)
11:00PM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); TV Land Movie cont. (Fri)
11:30PM M*A*S*H (Mon-Thurs); TV Land Movie cont. (Fri)

Every night
12:00AM Just Shoot Me (replaces Andy Griffith)
12:30AM Just Shoot Me (replaces Andy Griffith)
1:00AM The Beverly Hillbillies
1:30AM The Beverly Hillbillies
2:00AM Sanford & Son
2:30AM The Jeffersons
3:00AM Good Times
3:30AM Designing Women
4:00AM Three's Company
4:30AM The Brady Bunch
5:00AM Leave it to Beaver
5:30AM I Love Lucy

Weekends
6:00AM Gunsmoke
7:00AM Gunsmoke
8:00AM Green Acres (Sat); The Munsters (Sun replaces Green Acres)
8:30AM The Addams Family
9:00AM Leave it to Beaver
9:30AM Leave it to Beaver
10:00AM-12:00PM I Love Lucy
12:00PM-2:00PM The Beverly Hillbillies
2:00PM Movie (Sat); Bonanza 2-4p (Sun)
4:00PM Movie (Sat); Gunsmoke 4-6p (Sun)
6:00PM-8:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (Sometimes a movie airs 6-8p Saturdays, shifting Andy from 8-10pm on Saturdays)
8:00PM Movie or Andy Griffith block (Sat); M*A*S*H 8-10p (Sun)
10:00PM Three's Company (Sat); Sanford & Son (Sun)
10:30PM Three's Company (Sat); Sanford & Son (Sun)
11:00PM Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Sat); The Jeffersons (Sun)
11:30PM Extreme Makeover: Home Edition cont. (Sat); The Jeffersons (Sun)







Specials & Marathons







- Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Every Saturday at 11 p.m. ET/PT
Millions watched the weekly heart-filled stories of families in need unfold. Now it can be seen on TV Land, reinforcing the gift of giving! Extreme Makeover: Home Edition started on August 7, and now airs every Saturday night at 11pm.
This Emmy Award-winning reality series -- which premiered in 2003 -- follows a team of designers, workmen, neighbors and friends as they race against time to completely renovate an entire house for a deserving family who has faced hardship in just seven days. Every single room, as well as the exterior and landscaping, is overhauled and customized for all family members.







- Friday Nite Movies
Every Friday starting at 10pm e/p
TV Land Friday Movies continue this winter!
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 this spring on TV Land.

Friday, February 1, 10p-12a
The Breakfast Club

Friday, February 8, 10p-12a
Sixteen Candles

Friday, February 15, 10p-12a
Footloose

Friday, February 22, 10p-12a
The Breakfast Club

Friday, February 29, 10p-12a
Moonstruck

Saturday encores:
Saturday, Feb. 2: 2-4p The Buddy Holly Story; 4-6p National Lampoon's Class Reunion; 6-8p The Breakfast Club
Saturday, Feb. 9: 2-5p In the Line of Fire & 8-10p Sixteen Candles
Saturday, Feb. 16: Big 80s Weekend Marathon (see below)
Saturday, Feb. 23: 2-4p The Buddy Holly Story & 4-6p The Breakfast Club
Saturday, March 1: 1-3pm Moonstruck & 3-5pm Sixteen Candles (Just Shoot Me follows 5-6p)





- Ricky Loves Lucy - Valentine's Day
Sunday, February 10, 2008 and Thursday, February 14, 2008
8:00pm-10:00pm ET/PT
TV Land is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a “Ricky Loves Lucy Valentine’s Day Event.” Watch four episodes of Lucy and Ricky as they experience their happiest times together. Witness their vow renewal, celebrate the announcement and birth of their baby and toast them as they celebrate their wedding anniversary.
On TVLand.com:
• Viewers can send shared clips with a friend (in the form of a Valentine’s Day card)
• Mini-page with episode descriptions

Ricky Loves Lucy Valentine's Day
8:00PM The Marriage License Ep. #26
8:30PM Lucy is Enciente Ep. #45
9:00PM Lucy goes to the hospital Ep. #51
9:30PM Sentimental Anniversary Ep. #82







-Big 80s Weekend
Saturday, Feb. 16 5pm-11pm et/pt and Sunday, Feb. 17 5pm-3am
Catch your favorite '80s movies on President's Day weekend with the two best airing on President's Day itself from 5-9pm!

Saturday, February 16, 2008
5:00pm Footloose
7:00pm Flashdance
9:00pm Say Anything

Sunday, February 17, 2008
5:00pm Flashdance
7:00pm Say Anything
9:00pm Sixteen Candles
11:00pm The Breakfast Club
1:00am National Lampoon's Class Reunion

Monday, February 18, 2008
5:00pm Sixteen Candles
7:00pm The Breakfast Club



Sitcom Marathons on President's Day Weekend
Saturday, Feb. 16 through Monday, Feb 18
Leading into the movies on this President's Day weekend we get some sitcom stunts!

Saturday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 17
12:00pm-2:00pm The Beverly Hillbillies (regularly scheduled)
2:00pm-5:00pm Three's Company (Sat), Sanford & Son (Sun) -- both leading into the movies

Monday, Feb. 18
8:00am-10:00am Leave it to Beaver
10:00am-1:00pm I Love Lucy
1:00pm-4:00pm The Beverly Hillbillies
4:00pm-5:00pm Three's Company (leading into the movies)





-TV Land Movie Week
Monday, February 25, 2008 through Friday, February 29, 2008
8-10pm ET/PT each night and 1pm ET the day after
This week in prime, it’s Movie Week! Showtime is every night at 8p, starting with Monday’s showing of Steve Martin as the lovably naive Navin Johnson in “The Jerk.” Tuesday, Gary Busey stars as the rock pioneer in “The Buddy Holly Story.” Wednesday, Molly, Emilio, Ally, and the rest of the Brat Pack star as a diverse group of teens stuck in Saturday morning detention. Thursday, Clint Eastwood stars as a conflicted secret service agent in “In the Line of Fire.” Rounding out the week is “Sixteen Candles” starring Molly Ringwald as she deals with forgotten birthdays and secret crushes.

Monday, Feb. 25 8-10p The Jerk (encores Tues., Feb. 26 1-3pm)
Tuesday, Feb. 26 8-10p The Buddy Holly Story (encores Wed., Feb. 27 1-3pm)
Wednesday, Feb. 27 8-10p The Breakfast Club (encores Thurs., Feb. 28 1-3pm)
Thursday, Feb. 28 8-11p In the Line of Fire (encores Fri., Feb. 29 1-4pm)
Friday, Feb. 29 8-10p Sixteen Candles


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Thread is now open. Big '80s Weekend still has some TBD slots. PLEASE read the blog before you post a question or comment. Read the blog:
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Ironically, this schedule seems to be more based in pre-1980s shows that some of the ones throughout 2006 and 2007. The return of "The Beverly Hillbillies" is definitely doing a lot in the way of getting TVLand back to classic television. It'll be very interesting to see how the ratings for it are whenever it comes. I know I can't wait to watch it again!

The 80s weekend looks promising...depending on what the other programming is. Of course, when I think of 80s TV, I think of one primetime genre...and well, we should all know what that is by now lol. That'll be an interesting weekend, I hope.
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Not the greatest schedule, but it isn't the worst either. The Jeffersons only in latenights on weekdays sucks . . . and it's getting replaced by JSM in the mornings, which is worse. All in the Family gone sucks. I'm surprised Designing Women is still on . . . seems to be doing pretty well.

And I can't believe TVLand actually cut down on Good Times and Sanford and Son. It's on way less than usual this month.
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The only good thing is the Beverly Hillbillies is coming on. JSM sucks.
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A couple of weeks ago I predicted that TV Land would cancel All In The Family. They were running the newer ones that nobody wants to see and the ratings were not good. Every time they run the newer episodes, it's just a matter of time before it's off the schedule.
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The Jeffersons Must Be Doing Better Then All In The Family,Because They Are Still On the Schedule And All In The Family Is Being Taken off,I Would Think That If All In The Family Was Being Pulled That The Jeffersons Would Have Been pulled Also.
According To Link The Ratings For The Jeffersons Have Been Fairly Consistent But Not Outstanding
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I have to say that I am glad to see The Beverly Hillbillies back on TV
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The Jeffersons Must Be Doing Better Then All In The Family,Because They Are Still On the Schedule And All In The Family Is Being Taken off,I Would Think That If All In The Family Was Being Pulled That The Jeffersons Would Have Been pulled Also.
According To Link The Ratings For The Jeffersons Have Been Fairly Consistent But Not Outstanding
Link seems to say that about every show on TVLand except TAGS and MASH.
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I wonder why they didn't just move The Jeffersons to All in the Family's former timeslot instead of adding an additional Good Times? Good Times must be more popular.
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Here's my prediction...JSM will flop in 2 weeks. If that happens, If I were them, I'd add another Beaver hour from 4-5, and move that TAGS hour back to 12-1.

And...my, my, my. How the mighty have fallen. Who would have ever thought we'd see Three's Company, Good Times, Sanford and Son, and even The Jeffersons not airing in choice time slots.

Looks like their 'main' shows are I Love Lucy, The Beverly Hillbillies, M*A*S*H, and Andy Griffith. Not bad.
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I still cannot understand why Just Shoot Me was chosen to air on TVLAND. Nick at Nite would have been much more suitable. It looks odd on the schedule in the middle of shows 20 to 40 years older than itself. I really hope TVLand's next acquisition is a 60s show. That's all I ask for and surely what everyone else asks for.
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Here's my prediction...JSM will flop in 2 weeks. If that happens, If I were them, I'd add another Beaver hour from 4-5, and move that TAGS hour back to 12-1.

And...my, my, my. How the mighty have fallen. Who would have ever thought we'd see Three's Company, Good Times, Sanford and Son, and even The Jeffersons not airing in choice time slots.

Looks like their 'main' shows are I Love Lucy, The Beverly Hillbillies, M*A*S*H, and Andy Griffith. Not bad.
I think that with TC and GT, it has more to do with the amount of times the episodes can be shown than with ratings. Pav's explained this before, but I always forget exactly how it goes.
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Please, please,please for the love of television take just shoot me off of TV land! The show is just horrible. I hope it leaves as fast as perfect strangers left ION.

I see also when they air the George Lopez marathon they have to throw in an hour of fresh prince Why couldn't they air the marathon right on up until 6:00.

I wish that they would air Three's Company at a decent time slot at least 8pm. That way I can see it before I go to work.
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TV Land is in a sad, pathetic state right now.

I don't like "Just Shoot Me!" but that's beside the point. It's too F-ing new to be on TV Land. I know, they've given up on being a classic TV network.

I've also never been a fan of movies airing on television, unless it's a movie channel without commercials. Just because TV is for TV shows and movies are for movie theaters or DVD players. I especially hate 1980s movies. Those are the worst (with a few exceptions, of course).

As for reality shows, it's one thing to air reality shows ABOUT television. I'm still not a fan of that, but at least it's on topic. But to have reality shows that have nothing to do with television stars or anything, is bull****.

I think we all need to pray for TV Land. Come on everybody, hold hands with the person closest to you and as a world, we will pray for TV Land. NOW!
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