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Old 06-18-2003, 11:13 PM   #1
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Can you tell what are the comedies coming to syndication this fall.
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The King of Queens and Becker are both coming to syndication.I think that's it but I'm not sure.
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2003-2004 season syndication:

OFF-NETWORK HALF-HOURS
-America's Funniest Home Videos (Buena Vista, Bergeron edition)
-Becker (Paramount) (Also WGN) (NY: WCBS)
-The Parkers (Paramount) (Also BET) (NY: WWOR)
-King of Queens (Sony) (TBS in '06 also) (NY: WNYW/WWOR)
-Ripley's Believe it or Not (Sony)

OFF-NETWOR WEEKLY HOURS
-Angel (Twentieth) -- (NY: WNYW/WWOR)
-Walker Texas Ranger (Sony)
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Does anyone know what's coming in 2004?
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It hasn't been announced for 2004 yet. One thing is that Pavan has the stuff for 2003 above! Hope this helps!
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The full list is not out yet for fall 2004. Malcolm in the Middle is coming to locals in fall 2004. Not sure if Girlfriends or Gilmore Girls are going to locals, but Girlfiends goes to BET in 2004 and Gilmore Girls to ABC Family.
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2003-2004 season syndication:

OFF-NETWORK HALF-HOURS
-America's Funniest Home Videos (Buena Vista, Bergeron edition)
-Becker (Paramount) (Also WGN) (NY: WCBS)
-The Parkers (Paramount) (Also BET) (NY: WWOR)
-King of Queens (Sony) (TBS in '06 also) (NY: WNYW/WWOR)
-Ripley's Believe it or Not (Sony)

OFF-NETWOR WEEKLY HOURS
-Angel (Twentieth) (WNYW/WWOR)
-Walker, Texas Ranger (Sony)
Pavanbadal, I know that The King of Queens is going to WNYW in NY and The Parkers are going to WNYW/WWOR in NY. Do you know what stations the others shows, especially Becker, are going to? I'm betting WPIX for Becker. I'm glad CBS ordered 13 new episodes of Becker. Even if they all don't air on CBS, they will air in syndication.


Also, in response to 2003 and 2004 on the cable front, Steve Harvey goes to TBS in October 2003 and Everybody Loves Raymond goes to TBS sometime in 2004. (I know these have been posted previously on other boards.)
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Pavanbadal, I know that The King of Queens is going to WNYW in NY and The Parkers are going to WNYW/WWOR in NY. Do you know what stations the others shows, especially Becker, are going to? I'm betting WPIX for Becker. I'm glad CBS ordered 13 new episodes of Becker. Even if they all don't air on CBS, they will air in syndication.


Also, in response to 2003 and 2004 on the cable front, Steve Harvey goes to TBS in October 2003 and Everybody Loves Raymond goes to TBS sometime in 2004. (I know these have been posted previously on other boards.)
I think King of Queens will air on WNYW, The Parkers on WWOR and Becker on WCBS. As for the first run stuff, I posted that somewhere and will dig it up right now...

Yeah, Raymond is starting on a weird month on TBS, July 2004.
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TALK
-Ask Rita (Litton): Jan. 27, 2003 launch -- WABC
-Ellen DeGeneres (Warner Bros.) -- WNBC
-Fergie (Universal) (Canned until Jan. 2004)
-Living it Up! With Ali & Jack (King World) -- WCBS
-Sharon Osbourne (Telepictures) -- WPIX

REALITY
-Starting Over (NBC Enterprises) -- WNBC

WEEKLY HOURS
-The Talent Agency (Western International)
-Unexplained Mysteries (Paramount) -- WCBS

WEEKLY HALF HOURS
-America's Moving To ... (Mansfield Television Distribution)
-Cosmogirl! (Hearst)
-Missing (Telco)


No idea about the weekly half hours and hours, still no word on AFHV, Angel, and Ripley's. Do you know anything on those JTC? (I know Angel also goes to TNT this fall.)
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-Ask Rita (Litton): Jan. 27, 2003 launch -- WABC
-Ellen DeGeneres (Warner Bros.) -- WNBC
-Fergie (Universal) (Canned until Jan. 2004)
-Living it Up! With Ali & Jack (King World) -- WCBS
-Sharon Osbourne (Telepictures) -- WPIX

REALITY
-Starting Over (NBC Enterprises) -- WNBC

WEEKLY HOURS
-The Talent Agency (Western International)
-Unexplained Mysteries (Paramount) -- WCBS

WEEKLY HALF HOURS
-America's Moving To ... (Mansfield Television Distribution)
-Cosmogirl! (Hearst)
-Missing (Telco)


No idea about the weekly half hours and hours, still no word on AFHV, Angel, and Ripley's. Do you know anything on those JTC? (I know Angel also goes to TNT this fall.)
I'm not sure about any of these. I saw a release about Ripley's being cleared in 75% of the nation, but nothing about NY was mentioned. It was cleared on KCAL in LA.
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I can't wait to watch "The Parkers" on syndie-- I've always been a fan of that show for some odd reason. The rest of the other comedies don't catch my attention.

I'm also looking forward to Sharon Osbourne's talk show, she always has something to say. Hasn't "Ripley's" always been on syndication before?... I swear I've seen it on K-CAL.
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The Parkers? That's great I love that show.
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I read somewhere a few weeks ago about two shows coming to syndication for a trial run on the FOX O&O's. They are not sitcoms, but might displace sitcoms. The shows are "Classmates" and "Ambush Makeover." They seem to be airing together. In LA, they are airing in the morning back-to-back on KTTV, starting July 7. I just saw a commercial on WWOR a few hours ago for "Classmates" to begin on July 7 at 6PM. I'm assuming "Ambush Makeover" will air at 6:30PM. "Steve Harvey" and "The Hughleys" might be moving to other times. All of the TV listings don't show this change, but they might have just determined when these shows will be airing.

I just noticed that Pavanbadal posted about Classmates as a weekly, but I'm pretty sure it is airing 5 days a week (for now anyway)
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Here is the Classmates release, it will just be for the rest of the summer (until end of Sept.):

'Classmates' Television Strip to Launch July 7 Featuring Real-Life Reunion Stories; 'Classmates' Series to Debut With 65 Episodes in 25 Major Markets and Reach 45% of Total U.S. Households

LOS ANGELES and RENTON, Wash., July 1 -- Twentieth Television
and Classmates Online, Inc., operator of http://www.classmates.com, the leading online community that connects more than 35 million members with friends, family, military and work colleagues, through its subsidiary Classmates Media, Inc., today jointly announced the July 7 debut of "Classmates (TM), the television show. "Classmates" will feature real-life reunion stories of Classmates.com members captured live on camera. The 13-week test strip will air five-days-a-week on FOX owned-and-operated stations in 25 major markets, reaching 45% of total U.S. households.

"Lost loves, birth parent and child introductions, team reunions, old friends and second chances are just some of the amazing and inspirational real-life Classmates.com member stories captured on tape in the first 65 episodes of the 'Classmates' television show," said Michael Smith, Chief
Executive Officer and President of Classmates Online, Inc. and Classmates Media, Inc.

"We are thrilled to debut 'Classmates' in 25 major markets at launch and being able to test and fine-tune broadcasts in different day parts including morning, early-fringe, access and late-fringe," said Bob Cook, President and Chief Operating Officer of Twentieth Television. "Station clearances for 'Classmates' include New York's WWOR at 6 p.m., Los Angeles' KTTV at 10 a.m.,
Chicago's WFLD at midnight, Philadelphia's WTZF at 6 p.m., Boston's WFXT at 5:30 p.m., Dallas' KDFW at 10 a.m., Houston's KTXH at 10 p.m. and Detroit's WJBK at 6:30 p.m."
"Among the most exciting elements of the 'Classmates' shows are the untold stories that have not yet been submitted," added Smith. "Everyone who has attended school, had a job or served in the military can go online to ClassmatesTV.com to register for free and submit their story of a reunion that they would like to see happen. The best stories will continue to be selected,
filmed and featured on future episodes of 'Classmates.'"

"Classmates" Television Show Markets & Stations The "Classmates" television show will air on 25 stations in major markets including the following cities on the following stations at launch. Check local listings for air times. The schedule of cities and television station clearances includes:

City Station

New York WWOR/UPN
Los Angeles KTTV/FOX
Chicago WFLD/FOX
Philadelphia WTXF/FOX
Boston WFXT/FOX
Dallas & Fort Worth KDFW/FOX
Washington DC WTTG/FOX
Atlanta WAGA/FOX
Detroit WJBK/FOX
Houston KTXH/UPN
Tampa WTVT/FOX
Minneapolis/ & Saint Paul WFTC/UPN
Cleveland & Akron WJW/FOX
Phoenix KUTP/UPN
Denver KDVR/FOX
Orlando, Daytona Beach & Melbourne WOFL/FOX
Saint Louis KTVI/FOX
Baltimore WUTB/UPN
Milwaukee WITI/FOX
Kansas City KDAF/FOX
Salt Lake City KSTU/FOX
Birmingham & Tuscaloosa WBRC/FOX
Memphis WHBQ/FOX
Greensboro, H. Point & W. Salem WGHP/FOX
Austin KTBC/FOX

"Classmates" is produced by Classmates Media, Inc., Pipeline Entertainment and Small Cages Productions, Inc. in association with FOXLAB and Twentieth Television, Inc., under the watchful eye of President of Program Development, Robb Dalton and Vice President of Production, Daniel Tibbets. David Armour serves as Executive Producer and showrunner, in concert with Executive
Producers Matt Papish and Glen Freyer.
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Moesha is coming to TBS sometime in the fall, it was supposed to debut in July but they kept pushing it back. i'll bet we'll see it in September or October 2003.
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