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TV Land May 2010 --


Blog Story:



Regular schedule:

Schedule Changes:

Same as April, except:

Weekdays, Effective Monday, April 26, 2010
8:00pm & 8:30pm The Cosby Show (replaces Home Improvement)
2:00am & 2:30am Home Improvement (replaces Cosby Show/Three's Company)

Saturdays, Effective Saturday, May 1, 2010
6:00pm-8:00pm The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Various/Home Improvement)
8:00pm-12:00am Everybody Loves Raymond (new start time)

Sundays, Effective Sunday, May 9, 2010
10:00pm-12:00am Everybody Loves Raymond (replaces MASH/Roseanne)

Effective Monday, May 17, 2010

Mondays
9am-1pm Movie (replaces Good Times)
10pm-12am TV Land PRIME Movie -- new night (replaces Raymond/Roseanne)

Tuesdays
9am-1pm Good Times (replaces 3rd Rock from the Sun)

Fridays
10pm-11pm Everybody Loves Raymond (replaces PRIME Movie)
11pm-1am Roseanne (replaces PRIME Movie)
1am-2am Cosby Show (replaces Roseanne)


FULL SCHEDULE
Weekdays

6:00am Paid Programming
9:00am-1:00pm TV Land Movies (Mon); Good Times (Tues); Sanford and Son (Wed); The Brady Bunch (Thurs); 9-11am Gunsmoke, 11am-1pm Bonanza (Fri)
1:00pm Gunsmoke (Mon-Thurs); Bonanza (Fri)
2:00pm Bonanza
3:00pm Bonanza
4:00pm Bonanza
5:00pm Bewitched
5:30pm Bewitched
6:00pm All in the Family
6:30pm All in the Family
7:00pm Sanford & Son
7:30pm Sanford & Son
8:00pm The Cosby Show
8:30pm The Cosby Show
9:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
9:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues, Thurs-Fri); How'd You Get So Rich (Wed)
10:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues, Thurs-Fri); How'd You Get So Rich (Wed)
11:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Roseanne (Tues-Fri)
11:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Roseanne (Tues-Fri)
12:00am Roseanne
12:30am Roseanne
1:00am The Cosby Show
1:30am The Cosby Show
2:00am Home Improvement
2:30am Home Improvement
3:00am Three's Company
3:30am Three's Company
4:00am M*A*S*H
4:30am M*A*S*H
5:00am Boston Legal

Saturdays
6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am Roseanne
7:30am Roseanne
8:00am Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2-hour episodes
10:00am Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2-hour episodes
12:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
1:00pm-6:00pm Movies/Original encores/Sitcom marathons
6:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
6:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
7:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
7:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
8:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
8:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
9:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
9:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
12:00am Roseanne
12:30am Roseanne
1:00am Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Home Improvement
2:30am Home Improvement
3:00am Three's Company
3:30am Three's Company
4:00am Three's Company
4:30am Three's Company
5:00am Three's Company
5:30am Three's Company

Sundays
6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am Roseanne
7:30am Roseanne
8:00am Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2-hour episodes
10:00am Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2-hour episodes
12:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
1:00pm Bonanza
2:00pm Bonanza
3:00pm Bonanza
4:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
4:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
5:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
5:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
6:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
6:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
7:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
7:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
8:00pm M*A*S*H
8:30pm M*A*S*H
9:00pm M*A*S*H
9:30pm M*A*S*H
10:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
10:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond
11:30pm Everybody Loves Raymond
12:00am Roseanne
12:30am Roseanne
1:00am Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Home Improvement
2:30am Home Improvement
3:00am Original encores/Three's Company
4:00am Three's Company
4:30am Three's Company
5:00am Three's Company
5:30am Three's Company




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Some minor one-time-only adjustments:
(does not include Movies, Original Encores and Special Stunt Marathons)

Saturday, May 1, 2010
1pm-5:30pm Sanford & Son
5:30pm-8pm Andy Griffith Show (extended)
8pm-1am Everybody Loves Raymond (extended)
1am-3am Roseanne (rescheduled, usually 12-2am)

Sunday, May 2, 2010
12:30pm-3:30pm Bonanza (special time)

Saturday, May 8, 2010
1:30pm-4pm Good Times

Saturday, May 15, 2010
1:30pm-3:30pm Bewitched

Sunday, May 16, 2010
3:30pm-8pm Andy Griffith (half-hour earlier start time)

Monday, May 17, 2010
9am Three's Company
1pm Bonanza

Saturday, May 22, 2010
3pm-5pm Good Times
5pm-8pm Andy Griffith Show (extended)

Saturday, May 29, 2010
1pm-4:30pm Bonanza
4:30pm-8pm Andy Griffith (earlier start time)






Specials & Marathons






- Friday Nite Movies
Every Monday starting at 10pm e/p
TV Land PRIME Movies continue!
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 on TV Land.

Friday, May 7, 10p-12a
Sister Act (premiere)

Friday, May 14, 10p-12:30a
Ghostbusters (premiere)

Monday, May 17, 10p-12a (now on Mondays!)
Mystic Pizza (premiere)

Monday, May 24, 10p-1a
The Fugitive

Saturday encores / premieres:
Saturday, May 8: 4pm-6pm Sister Act
Saturday, May 15: 3:30pm-6pm Ghostbusters
Saturday, May 22: 1pm-3pm Sister Act
Saturday, May 29: none

Special encores / premieres:
Sunday, May 9: 1:30pm-3:30pm Sister Act
Monday, May 17: 9:30am-1pm The Fugitive
Monday, May 24: 9am-11:30am Sister Act and 11:30pm-2pm Ghostbusters
Sunday, May 30: 2pm-4pm & 12am-2am Sister Act




- How'd You Get Rich
Wednesdays at 10:00pm ET/PT starting Wednesday, May 5, 2010
6 episodes
Notoriously uncensored gossip diva Joan Rivers stars in TV Land's PRIME original series, "How'd You Get So Rich?" Executive produced by Mark Burnett ("Survivor," "The Apprentice") and Zoo Productions, Inc., Joan Rivers takes viewers on a journey to meet mega-rich millionaires who worked hard and struck gold. As she tours the most lavish and extravagant homes, she introduces viewers to folks who made a lot of money in out of the ordinary, fascinating ways and asks all the questions no one else would - in the way only Joan can.




- Roseanne: Rag to Riches
Sunday, May 2, 2010
10pm-2am ET/PT





- Everybody Love's Raymond Mother's Day Marathon
Saturday, May 8, 2010
8:00pm-12:00am ET/PT
Don't miss this four-hour Everybody Loves Raymond marathon saluting the mother of all mothers, Marie Barone. During these eight Marie-centric episodes, watch her love, cuddle, smother, advise, cajole, and irritate the whole family in her own benevolent and meddling way!

8p #37 – Marie’s Meatballs
8:30p #57 - No Fat
9p #143 - Call Me Mom
9:30p #144 - Mother's Day, Part 1
10p #145 - The Bigger Person, Part 2
10:30p #169 - The Shower
11p #175 - Thank You Notes
11:30p #180 - Liars






-Memorial Day Marathon
Monday, May 31, 2010
9am-9pm ET/PT
Airing will two classic marathons and a classic film! Airing from 9am-4pm spend the day in the sun with Bewitched! Then head on to the junkyard for Sanford & Son from 4pm-7pm. Capping the day will be the movie Sister Act starting at 7pm.




Blog Story:


COMING IN JUNE: HOT IN CLEVELAND AND TV LAND PRESENTS THE AFI LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: MIKE NICHOLS
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TV Land Summer Details:

TV LAND HEATS UP THE SUMMER WITH PREMIERES OF EXCITING NEW ORIGINALS INCLUDING THE HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED SCRIPTED SERIES “HOT IN CLEVELAND,”

AN UNFORGETTABLE AFI TRIBUTE TO MIKE NICHOLS

AND THE RETURN OF HIT REALITY SERIES
“HOW’D YOU GET SO RICH?” AND “SHE’S GOT THE LOOK”

“The Nanny” Joins The Network And Hit Movies
Continue All Summer Long


New York, New York, April 6, 2010 -- TV Land kicks off the summer in a sizzling way with exciting new PRIME originals including the long-anticipated sitcom “Hot in Cleveland,” an unforgettable tribute to director/producer Mike Nichols, the addition of the hilarious sitcom “The Nanny” and unforgettable movies. It all kicks off on May 5th with the second season premiere of “How’d You Get So Rich?” starring the hilarious Joan Rivers. Then, on June 16th, from the writer of “Frasier” - Suzanne Martin - and produced by Sean Hayes (“Will & Grace”), TV Land debuts the first scripted sitcom for the network, “Hot in Cleveland” starring Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves and Betty White. Shortly after, on June 27th, TV Land will air an exclusive celebrity-filled soiree honoring the career of legendary filmmaker Mike Nichols – who has worked with the likes of Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks - with the “TV Land Presents The AFI Life Achievement Award: Mike Nichols.” On August 25th, television’s only modeling competition for women 35 and older returns with notable new celebrity host - Brooke Burke - and a new supermodel judge Roshumba Willliams.

Enhancing TV Land’s summer original programming schedule further, TV Land welcomes the popular series “The Nanny” to the network plus Friday night blockbuster movies including “Top Gun” and “Sister Act.”


Below is a detailed look at TV Land’s summer programming:

ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING:

“HOW’D YOU GET SO RICH?”
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2010, 10 p.m. ET/PT
6 episodes
Notoriously uncensored gossip diva Joan Rivers stars in TV Land’s PRIME original series, “How’d You Get So Rich?” Executive produced by Mark Burnett (“Survivor,” “The Apprentice”) and Zoo Productions, Inc., Joan Rivers takes viewers on a journey to meet mega-rich millionaires who worked hard and struck gold. As she tours the most lavish and extravagant homes, she introduces viewers to folks who made a lot of money in out of the ordinary, fascinating ways and asks all the questions no one else would – in the way only Joan can.


“HOT IN CLEVELAND”
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2010, 10 p.m. ET/PT
10 episodes
This PRIME original sitcom revolves around three fabulous, LA women of a certain age and best friends (Bertinelli, Leeves and Malick). Their lives are changed forever when their plane unexpectedly lands in Cleveland and they soon rediscover themselves in this new “promised land.” Loving their new home, the women find themselves living under one roof and battling their sassy, property caretaker, played by Betty White. “Hot in Cleveland” is produced by Sean Hayes (“Will & Grace”) and written by Suzanne Martin (“Frasier”).


“SHE’S GOT THE LOOK”
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2010, 10 p.m. ET/PT
6 episodes
TV Land’s successful reality series sets out to discover a beautiful, sophisticated and confident woman, over the age of 35, who has the potential to transform herself into a model representing some of the most high-profile brands and highly-coveted campaigns in the fashion and beauty industries. The PRIME original series stars new host, Brooke Burke (“Dancing with the Stars”), along with new judge, supermodel Roshumba and returning judges Wilhelmina president Sean Patterson and celebrity stylist Robert Verdi. Emmy® Award-Winner Allison Grodner (“Big Brother,” “Blowout”) returns as executive producer and has teamed up with executive producer Rich Meehan (“Big Brother”) in their first project together under their new banner, Fly On The Wall Entertainment. The show has also renewed partnerships with SELF Magazine and world-renowned modeling agency, Wilhelmina Models, Inc.


SPECIAL PRESENTATION:

“TV LAND PRESENTS THE AFI LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: MIKE NICHOLS”
SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 2010, 9 p.m. ET/PT
TV Land will air the American Film Institute’s (AFI) Life Achievement Award tribute – the highest honor for someone with a career in film – to director/producer, Mike Nichols, on June 27. Mike Nichols is a legendary filmmaker who has worked with acclaimed actors such as Meryl Streep, Dustin Hoffman, Tom Hanks, and Julia Roberts. Nichols has directed renowned films including: “The Graduate,” “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf,” “Working Girl,” “The Birdcage” and many more. The gala tribute will be taped in Los Angeles on June 10, 2010. Every year this prestigious honor is presented to a single honoree. The first recipient of this award, John Ford, is joined by a list of highly respected recipients that includes Warren Beatty, Al Pacino, Sean Connery, Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, Barbara Streisand, Harrison Ford and Michael Douglas.


ACQUISITION:

“THE NANNY”
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th, airing daily
Fran Drescher starred in this beloved ‘90s sitcom as Fran Fine, a bubbly and nasal-voiced Queens native who becomes the nanny to three children of an upper-class Manhattanite. Fran’s nurturing style included out of the ordinary techniques coupled with a tell-it-like-it-is attitude which made the children – and eventually her boss – fall in love with her. Fran Drescher was nominated twice for an Emmy® and the show received countless awards.


MOVIES:

“FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIES”
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT, 10 p.m. ET/PT
Hit movies that TV Land viewers love every Friday night on TV Land. The movie block line-up includes films “Top Gun” and “The Firm,” as well as “Sister Act,” “Ghostbusters” and more.
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Okay, I love The Cosby Show, but Home Improvement needs to stay in the Prime slot. They can cut down the Roseanne episodes to 2 instead of showing 4 and put Home Improvement in there with The Cosby Show and Roseanne.

I'm glad that they are bringing The Nanny to TVLand, but does that mean they are going to still show it on Nick at Nite?
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The Cosby Show has not worked at 8pm in the past...probably won't again. It's a shame Home Improvement doesn't seem to be working out. As I mentioned before, I really think they should try HI at 11pm between ELR and Roseanne. At least put it on at 1am and do the Cosby encores at 2am. Only a matter of time I think before TAGS returns to 8pm.

Interesting to see the Good Times blocks on Saturdays...seems they are trying to maybe run through some episodes before the end of June (similar to what they did with The Jeffersons/Green Acres last August). Disappointing that there is no Brady Bunch on the weekends...especially if 5/31 turns out to be the end...
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Not May, but original sitcom news for January 2011:


TV LAND GREENLIGHTS SECOND ORIGINAL SITCOM “RETIRED AT 35”
STARRING‪ TELEVISION, STAGE AND FILM STAR, GEORGE SEGAL‪

Jessica Walter, Johnathan McClain, Josh McDermitt,
Ryan Michelle Bathe To Co-Star

Casey Wilson, Christine Ebersole, Matt Champagne, George Wyner And
Jere Burns To Also Appear In Series

Network Picks Up 10 Episodes To Premiere First Quarter 2011‪‪‪‪


New York, NY, April 20, 2010 -- TV Land announced today that it has greenlit 10 episodes of the original sitcom “Retired At 35” starring esteemed comedy and drama actor George Segal. The sitcom is a TV Land PRIME original production and is the network’s second venture into scripted comedy series along with “Hot in Cleveland,” which premieres on June 16, 2010. Chris Case (“Reba,” “Spin City”) is the writer for “Retired at 35” and serves as an executive producer. Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis (“Rita Rocks,” “Reba,” “Titus”) are also executive producers.‪

“It is so exciting for us to announce TV Land’s second original sitcom,” states Larry W. Jones. “We are thrilled to work with this very talented and funny cast along with a great team of writers and producers. TV Land is committed to bringing funny yet meaningful shows to our audience and “Retired at 35” is the perfect example of that strategy.”

In the pilot episode of “Retired at 35”, David (McClain), a successful young businessman decides to leave the rat race of New York City behind and move into his parents’ (Segal and Walter) Florida retirement home to reconnect with them, re-evaluate his life and live the dream of retirement that so many are working toward. While in Florida, David reunites with his best friend Brandon, (McDermitt) and realizes that his former crush Jessica (Bathe) is still as beautiful and elusive as ever. Living close by is David’s sister, Amy (Wilson) who has finally found a boyfriend Paul (Champagne). Other characters include Alan’s friend, Richard (Wyner) and David’s boss, Donald (Burns).

The "Retired at 35" pick-up comes on the heels of greenlighting TV Land’s first original sitcom, “Hot in Cleveland,” a series that revolves around three fabulous, LA women of a certain age and best friends (Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick). Headed for a vacation in Paris, their plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland where they find themselves in a new “promised land.” Loving their new home, they find themselves living under one roof and battling the sassy caretaker of the property they have rented, played by Betty White.

“Hot in Cleveland” is the network’s first original sitcom. It premieres on June 16 2010. Other TV Land original programming includes network franchise’s “High School Reunion,” “She’s Got the Look,” and “How’d You Get so Rich?” which makes its second season debut on May 5, 2010.

Recently seen on the popular HBO series “Entourage,” and in ABC’s “Pushing Daisies,” Segal starred for seven seasons as Jack Gallo in the NBC ensemble comedy “Just Shoot Me.” On the big screen, he was an Oscar-nominee for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and also starred in “A Touch of Class,” “The Owl and The Pussycat” with Barbra Streisand and “Fun with Dick and Jane” with Jane Fonda. He also starred on Broadway in “Art,” “Rattle of a Simple Man” and “Gideon.”‪
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I guess everyone's watching Home Improvement on TBS. I know I do most of the time when I can watch it. Anyway, no big deal, it's still on at a good time on TBS. Schedule's ok I guess, still better than TV Land's been for a while up until recently
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Effective Monday, May 17, 2010

Mondays
9am-1pm Movie (replaces Good Times)
10pm-12am TV Land PRIME Movie -- new night (replaces Raymond/Roseanne)

Tuesdays
9am-1pm Good Times (replaces 3rd Rock from the Sun)

Fridays
10pm-11pm Everybody Loves Raymond (replaces PRIME Movie)
11pm-1am Roseanne (replaces PRIME Movie)
1am-2am Cosby Show (replaces Roseanne)

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EVERYBODY LOVES MARIE DURING TV LAND’S
“EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND”
MOTHER’S DAY MARATHON ON MAY 8

New York, NY, May 3, 2010 -- Flowers, cards, hugs...and Marie?! TV Land celebrates Mother’s Day on Saturday, May 8th from 8:00PM to 12:00AM ET/PT with a marathon of “Everybody Loves Raymond” featuring hand-picked episodes saluting Marie Barone -- TV’s beloved mother and mother-in-law. Tune in as the loveable yet overbearing Marie takes over the bridal shower that Debra throws for best friend and future sister-in-law Amy, gives Debra the silent treatment and discovers that the family threw out her special chicken cacciatore and ordered out Chinese food instead in this marathon that will make viewers glad they won’t have to answer to Mrs. Marie Barone this Mother’s Day! “Everybody Loves Raymond” can be seen weeknights at 9:00PM ET/PT on TV Land.

The “Everybody Loves Raymond” Mother’s Day marathon schedule is as follows (all times listed are ET/PT):


Saturday, May 8, 2010

8:00PM - Episode #37 “Marie’s Meatballs”
When Raymond chooses his mother’s spaghetti and meatballs over his wife’s lemon chicken, Debra gets upset so with good intentions, Ray asks his mom to give Debra cooking lessons. Although Marie and Debra have fun in the kitchen, the meatballs lead Marie to believe that it’s only her cooking that keeps Ray coming by.

8:30PM - Episode #57 “No Fat”
Since Debra’s parents will be out of the country on Thanksgiving Day -- in Turkey -- Debra, Ray and the kids make plans to spend the holiday at Frank and Marie’s house. But their dreams of turkey with sausage, stuffing and yams with marshmallows on top are quickly shattered by Marie’s new heart-healthy diet. After she gets her hands on “101 Healthy Things To Do in the Kitchen,” life as the Barones have known it seems to be over.

9:00PM - Episode #143 “Call me Mom”
When Ray finally feels comfortable enough to call Debra's mother "mom," he wants Debra to reciprocate and start calling Marie "mom". After initially giving Ray a hard time about it, Debra rises to the challenge and heads across the street to try out her new "motherly" salutation on Marie. When Debra finally gets the words out, she is completely stunned at Marie's reaction.


9:30PM - Episode #144 “Mother’s Day, Part 1”
Debra takes offense when Marie accuses her of being rude and the two wind up fighting and not speaking to each other. When Ray tries to make things better by getting each of the women to apologize to the other, he only makes a bad situation worse. Then, the unthinkable happens (at least to Ray) – Debra decides she likes it when Marie doesn't speak to her and she intends to keep it that way.

10:00PM - Episode #145 “The Bigger Person, Part 2”
Now that Debra and Ray's mother Marie aren't speaking to each other, Debra goes out of her way to ensure that Ray doesn't spend time with his mother by waiting on him hand and foot so he prefers to stay close to home. When Ray realizes that he can benefit by exploiting this situation, he actually starts to like the fact that the two women aren't speaking. However, when Robert catches on to Ray's mischievous plan, he knows he must intercede and try to repair the now severely damaged relationship between Debra and Marie because Ray certainly isn't helping.


10:30PM - Episode #169 “The Shower”
Debra gives a bridal shower for best friend Amy, but her good intentions are sidetracked by Marie's overzealous participation. When Marie attempts to "take over" Amy’s wedding shower, Debra gets upset and yells at her, prompting Marie to leave in a huff. Returning to the party festivities, Debra starts drinking a little too much champagne and winds up being too tipsy to drive. When she can’t reach Ray on the phone, Debra decides to take a nap in her car with the keys in the ignition and is awakened by a police officer, who arrests her for drunk driving. When her license is suspended, Debra finds herself in a precarious situation when she’s forced to rely on Marie for help.

11:00PM - Episode #175 “Thank You Notes”
When Amy becomes annoyed that Marie is already asking when she’s going to send out her thank you notes from the wedding, Debra seizes the opportunity to convince her friend to join forces against her mother in-law’s reign of aggravation. Thrilled that she finally has an ally who can stand up with her against Marie, Debra’s plan is destined for failure when Ray and Robert beg her to make nice with their mother.

11:30PM - Episode #180 “Liars”
When Ray lies to his mother to get out of spending the evening with her, the lie grows when Debra and the twins cover for him. Then, Robert tries to spill the beans and even more lies are told. However, when Ray and Debra start lying to each other, they wind up having a huge fight about it in front of the family, until Marie amazingly breaks down their intricate deception.

The winner of 15 Emmy® Awards, “Everybody Loves Raymond” ran in primetime on CBS for eight seasons. The premise was born out of Ray Romano’s own life experiences of raising his children along with his wife, all while his parents and brother lived close by. In “Everybody Loves Raymond,” Romano plays Ray Barone, father of three and a sports writer for a local newspaper. Patricia Heaton plays his wife, Debra, who endures her husband’s overbearing parents played brilliantly by Doris Roberts and the late Peter Boyle. As in real life, Ray’s brother Robert, played by Brad Garrett, is a policeman who lives with his parents.
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Too bad about 3rd Rock, they didn't give it enough of a chance again. Apart from that it's a decent schedule
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3rd Rock has never worked for them.

It's a shame, the sitcom marathons are now down to 3 days a week. Weekend mornings (when they used to show the older shows they didn't air during the week) are a wasteland now too. I wish they'd replace Sanford and Son's marathon because it already airs at night.
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Tuesdays is starting one week earlier:

Tuesdays, effective May 11
9am-1pm Good Times (replaces 3rd Rock from the Sun)
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Come June...the weekday morning sitcom blocks will be down to 2 days a week

Looks like The Brady Bunch will NOT be renewed and replacing it on Thursdays will be Gunsmoke (9a-11am) and Bonanza (11am - 5pm)---like on Fridays.

http://www.tvland.com/schedule/index...3&day=20100603

This is the only change from May (for now) for the 1st week of June anyways.


Sad, but not surprised about The Brady Bunch. I was guessing it would be replaced with the return of Hillbillies/Beaver/Hogan though. It's a weird looking morning schedule with 2 days of westerns, 1 day of movies, and 2 days of sitcoms (Good Times/Sanford and Son). I wonder what will happen in July if Good Times departs?

The last episode of The Brady Bunch will be the last episode of the series.
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Dang. I can live with The Brady Bunch leaving, but it's frustrating as the only decent marathon in the morning is Good Times. Why can't they show Hogan's Heroes or Leave it to Beaver again? Now weekday mornings are as bad as weekend mornings.

I still do not think Good Times will be renewed. Watch it be replaced with All in the Family. At least Bewitched is working.
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A change to the June schedule...

No more morning marathons, back to a daily regular schedule for weekday mornings (return of Norman Lear block). Plus...one less hour of Paid Programming!

Starting 6/1 (Tuesdays - Fridays only, movies remain Monday mornings)

8am- Boston Legal (replaces Paid Programming)
9am- All in the Family
9:30am- Good Times
10am- Good Times
11am- Sanford and Son
11:30am- Sanford and Son
12pm- Gunsmoke
1pm - 5pm- Bonanza

3:30am - 5am- Three's Company
5am/5:30am- M*A*S*H
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