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Regular schedule:

Schedule Changes:

Tues-Fri, Effective Tuesday, March 1, 2011
8:00am All in the Family (replaces Boston Legal)
8:30am Sanford & Son (replaces Boston Legal cont.)

Saturdays, Effective Saturday, March 5, 2011
4:00pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
4:30pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
5:00pm Hot in Cleveland or Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
5:30pm Hot in Cleveland or Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
6:00pm All in the Family (replaces Married...with Children)
6:30pm All in the Family (replaces Married...with Children)
7:00pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)
7:30pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)
8:00pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)
8:30pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)

Sundays, Effective Sunday, March 6, 2011
4:00pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
4:30pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
5:00pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
5:30pm Bewitched (replaces Married...with Children)
6:00pm All in the Family (replaces Married...with Children)
6:30pm All in the Family (replaces Married...with Children)
7:00pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)
7:30pm Sanford & Son (replaces Married...with Children)


CSI Weekends (March 12-27)

Saturdays

11:30am CSI (replaces The Nanny/I Dream of Jeannie)
12:30pm CSI (replaces I Dream of Jeannie 2x)
1:30pm CSI (replaces I Dream of Jeannie/Bewitched)
2:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 2x)
3:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 2x)
4:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 2x)
5:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched/All in the Family 2x)
7:00pm CSI (replaces Sanford & Son 2x)
8:00pm CSI (replaces Sanford & Son 2x)

Sundays
11:30am CSI (replaces The Nanny/I Dream of Jeannie)
12:30pm CSI (replaces I Dream of Jeannie 2x)
1:30pm CSI (replaces I Dream of Jeannie/Bewitched)
2:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 2x)
3:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 2x)
4:30pm CSI (replaces Bewitched 3x)
6:00pm CSI (replaces All in the Family 2x)
7:00pm CSI (replaces Sanford & Son 2x)



FULL SCHEDULE
Weekdays

6:00am Paid Programming
8:00am Movie (Mon); All in the Family (Tues-Fri)
8:30am Movie (Mon); Sanford & Son (Tues-Fri)
9:00am Movie (Mon); The Jeffersons (Tues-Fri)
9:30am Movie (Mon); Good Times (Tues-Fri)
10:00am Movie (Mon); I Dream of Jeannie (Tues-Fri)
10:30am Movie (Mon); I Dream of Jeannie (Tues-Fri)
11:00am Movie (Mon); The Nanny (Tues-Fri)
11:30am Movie (Mon); The Nanny (Tues-Fri)
12:00pm Movie or Gunsmoke (Mon); Gunsmoke (Tues-Fri)
1:00pm Bonanza
2:00pm Bonanza
3:00pm Bonanza
4:00pm The Andy Griffith Show
4:30pm The Andy Griffith Show
5:00pm Good Times
5:30pm The Jeffersons
6:00pm All in the Family
6:30pm All in the Family
7:00pm Sanford & Son
7:30pm Sanford & Son
8:00pm Sanford & Son
8:30pm Sanford & Son
9:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
9:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
10:00pm TV Land PRIME Movie cont. (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
10:30pm TV Land PRIME Movie cont. (Mon); Everybody Loves Raymond (Tues-Fri)
11:00pm Roseanne
11:30pm Roseanne
12:00am Roseanne
12:30am Roseanne
1:00am The Nanny
1:30am The Nanny
2:00am Three's Company
2:30am Three's Company
3:00am Three's Company
3:30am Three's Company
4:00am Home Improvement
4:30am Home Improvement
5:00am M*A*S*H
5:30am M*A*S*H

Saturdays
6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am The Nanny
7:30am The Nanny
8:00am The Nanny
8:30am The Nanny
9:00am The Nanny
9:30am The Nanny
10:00am The Nanny
10:30am The Nanny
11:00am The Nanny
11:30am CSI
12:30pm CSI
1:30pm CSI
2:30pm CSI
3:30pm CSI
4:30pm CSI
5:30pm CSI
7:00pm CSI
8:00pm CSI
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 Everybody Loves Raymond
12:30am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:00am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Roseanne
2:30am The Nanny
3:00am The Nanny
3:30am Home Improvement
4:00am Home Improvement
4:30am Three's Company
5:00am Three's Company
5:30am Three's Company

Sundays
6:00am Roseanne
6:30am Roseanne
7:00am The Nanny
7:30am The Nanny
8:00am The Nanny
8:30am The Nanny
9:00am The Nanny
9:30am The Nanny
10:00am The Nanny
10:30am The Nanny
11:00am The Nanny
11:30am CSI
12:30pm CSI
1:30pm CSI
2:30pm CSI
3:30pm CSI
4:30pm CSI
6:00pm CSI
7:00pm CSI
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 Everybody Loves Raymond
12:30am Everybody Loves Raymond or Roseanne
1:00am Roseanne
1:30am Roseanne
2:00am Roseanne or The Nanny
2:30am The Nanny
3:00am The Nanny or 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




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

Wednesdays
12:00am-1:00am Everybody Loves Raymond (instead of Roseanne, due to original sitcoms airing from 10pm-12am)

Tuesday, March 1; Thursday, March 3; Friday, March 4; Monday, March 7; Tuesday, March 8; Tuesday, March 15; Monday, March 21; Tuesday, March 22, 2011
2:00am The Nanny

Thursdays, March 3 and 10, 2011
11:00pm Everybody Loves Raymond (extra episode)

Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11, 2011
7:00pm-9:00pm All in the Family (instead of Sanford & Son)

Monday, March 28, 2011
8:00am All in the Family



Specials & Marathons



- Monday Nite Movies
Every Monday starting at 9pm 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.

Monday, February 28, 9p-11p
Naked Gun

Monday, March 7, 9p-12a
Die Hard (premiere)

Monday, March 14, 9p-11:30p
Trading Places

Monday, March 21, 9p-11p
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Monday, March 28, 9p-11p
Four Weddings and a Funeral (premiere)


Encores / premieres:
Monday, February 28: 8am-11am Something's Gotta Give
Monday, March 7: 8am-10:30am Trading Places
Monday, March 14: 8am-10am Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (premiere)
Monday, March 21: 8am-11am Die Hard
Monday, March 28: 8:30am-10:30am Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and 10:30am-1pm Trading Places






- Hot in Cleveland Season 2
Wednesdays, Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011
10:00pm-10:30pm ET/PT
Mid-season finale: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
TV Land is excited to welcome the second season of smash hit original sitcom Hot in Cleveland with 20 all-new episodes. 10 episodes will air in the winter. Last season, three fabulous LA women of a certain age (played by Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick) took an unplanned detour and discovered Cleveland – turning back the clock and taking back the spotlight! They decide to stay, and end up in a house whose feisty caretaker – played by Betty White – offers the Midwest perspective. But reinventing yourself doesn't happen overnight! In season two the women continue to rediscover themselves and see that their LA ways don't always play in the real world.
Encores: Wed 11pm & 1am, Fri 11pm, Sat 12pm & 1:30am, Sun 3:30pm & 12:30am, Mon 1am, Tues 11:30pm & 4am and the following Wed 7pm.

March episodes:

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
#207 Dog Tricks, Sex Flicks & Joy's Fix
Joy meets a wonderful guy in the waiting room of her therapist, then steals his file to learn more about him quickly. Meanwhile Elka tries to train a rescue dog and Victoria tries to jump-start her career by making a sex tape...with Melanie.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
#208 LeBron is Le Gone
Melanie dates a basketball coach for the Cavaliers who still isn’t over LeBron James leaving Cleveland. Victoria takes a job as a local news personality. And in a last ditch effort to get her green card, Joy gets engaged to a homeless man (Jon Lovitz). Guest stars: Jon Lovitz, Isaiah Mustafa

Wednesday, March 16, 2011
#209 Elka's Snowbird
Elka tries to convince Max (Carl Reiner), who is pining to fly to Florida, that she can keep him warm in the cold, Cleveland winter. Melanie, looking to do some meaningful charity work, enlists Joy to help her cook and serve healthy meals at the Senior Center with disastrous results. And Victoria falls hard for a man (Gregory Harrison) she meets during an "Oh Hi, Ohio" interview, only to be thwarted by his two children, who have decided to hate her.
Guest stars: Carl Reiner, Gregory Harrison

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
#210 Law & Elka (mid-season finale)
Elka's trial has come at last, and after her lawyer fails to impress the judge (Sherri Shepherd), her only hope for a not guilty verdict involves some strategic jury tampering. Meanwhile, Joy is enmeshed in scandal when she does a favor for the First Lady of Ohio (Amy Sedaris). By the end of the episode Elka's fate will be decided -- what will the verdict be?
Guest stars: Sherri Shepherd, Amy Sedaris



- Retired at 35
Wednesdays, Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011
10:30pm-11:00pm ET/PT
Season finale: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
After 37 years of marriage, Alan and Elaine Robbins expected to cruise into retirement and live out their days happily ever after. However, when their uptight, overworked son David decides to quit the NYC rat race and move into their active-adult community, Elaine has an epiphany of her own and leaves her husband to begin a new life as an artist--- leaving David as his free-wheeling Dad’s roommate. The Robbins are in for a hilarious and bumpy ride as they learn the consequences of being 'Retired at 35.'
Encores: Wed 11:30pm & 1:30am, Thurs 1am, Fri 5pm, Sat 12:30pm, 8:30p & 1am, Sun 7am & 7:30pm, Mon 8:30pm, Tues 9am & 11pm, and the following Wed 6:30pm.

March episodes:

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
#103 Gate Gate
All is well in David’s life until his parents go head-to-head for the neighborhood board seat and take dirty politics to another level. Guest stars: Fred Willard

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
#107 The Tell-Tale Cart
Alan hits Elaine with a golf cart, but puts the blame on David. Meanwhile, David takes advantage of Elaine’s empty apartment and plans a romantic dinner for Jessica.
Guest stars: Peter Bonerz

Wednesday, March 16, 2011
#108 Workin' Man
Alan sets David up with some job interviews in an effort to build his confidence, but makes matters worse when David strikes out on all of them

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
#109 Secrets and Lies (season finale)
It’s Alan & Elaine’s anniversary and the newly separated couple don’t know how to handle it. David decides to come clean to Jessica about his one-night stand.



- Hot in Cleveland Countdown to Mid-season Finale Marathon
Sunday, February 6, 2011
7:00pm-12:00am ET/PT
It's gotten really hot in Cleveland! Elka's trial is only a few days away. Victoria is still broke and scheming. Joy is still trying to figure out a way to avoid deportation. This weekend, find out how the ladies got themselves into this mess when TV Land airs a marathon of season two on Sunday, March 20, and then be sure to come back on Wednesday, March 23 to see what fate has in store for Elka, Victoria, Joy and Melanie. The marathon also airs Saturday, March 19 from 4:30pm-9pm

6:00p Hot In Cleveland ep. 201
6:30p Hot In Cleveland ep. 202
7:00p Hot In Cleveland ep. 204
7:30p Hot In Cleveland ep. 203
8:00p Hot In Cleveland ep. 205
8:30p Hot In Cleveland ep. 206
9:00p Hot In Cleveland ep. 207
9:30p Hot In Cleveland ep. 208
10:00p Hot In Cleveland ep. 209
(Stunt will also air on Saturday, March 19 from 4:30pm-8:30pm in this order)



- The Best of the American Comedy Awards: A Retrospective of Past Award Shows from 1987-2001
Saturday, April 2, 2011
8:00pm-9:00pm ET/PT
Join TV Land for a night of laughs as we look back at some of the funniest and most memorable moments from past American Comedy Award shows. For over a decade, the American Comedy Awards celebrated the comedic talent of stars including Mel Brooks, Billy Crystal, Roseanne Barr, Jerry Seinfeld, and everyone’s favorite octogenarian- the one and only Betty White. Former Lifetime Achievement Award recipients include comedy geniuses George Carlin and Steve Martin. Be sure to tune in at 8pm on Saturday, April 2 to catch all the fun!


COMING IN APRIL: THE 2011 TV LAND AWARDS


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Old 01-31-2011, 04:53 PM   #2
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TV Land is beyond confusing. What is with getting rid of Married with Children, bringing it back and then getting rid of it again? Does it do well or doesn't it? The same goes for Boston Legal. Why air it if you're only going to get rid of it the following month? Also, airing six episodes of Bewitched on the weekends makes you think it is doing well, but yet it isn't airing at all on the weekdays?
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TV Land is beyond confusing. What is with getting rid of Married with Children, bringing it back and then getting rid of it again? Does it do well or doesn't it? The same goes for Boston Legal. Why air it if you're only going to get rid of it the following month? Also, airing six episodes of Bewitched on the weekends makes you think it is doing well, but yet it isn't airing at all on the weekdays?
I think the MWC issue is due to the contract which was intended for Spike TV, but they never air it. I think it does well for TV Land. For some reason, unlike other Viacom shows, it can't be shared between networks for very long. Is there no way the contract can be modified?

I don't understand this schedule either. The Nanny is so out of place in the morning. And if they are wanting younger viewers in primetime, why air Sanford and Son, their oldest skewing show, for 2 hours every night?
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Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11, 2011
7:00pm-9:00pm All in the Family (instead of Sanford & Son)

View blog story for more: http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2011/0...family-in.html
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Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11, 2011
7:00pm-9:00pm All in the Family (instead of Sanford & Son)

View blog story for more: http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2011/0...family-in.html

Good that will be 2 hours of AITF that week. But why is it just for that week?
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Read the story. It is more than 2 hours actually...
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I would have moved Sanford and Son to 6PM-7PM. I never thought All in the Family was a hit in primetime for them. Strange it's just for a week.

8-9PM needs to be a 90s show. JMO.
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This schedule would be an improvement.
8-9AM The Andy Griffith Show
9-10AM Leave it to Beaver
10-11AM I Dream of Jeannie
11AM-12PM Bewitched
12-1PM Gunsmoke
1-3PM Bonanza
3-4PM Good Times
4-5PM The Jeffersons
5-6PM All in the Family
6-7PM Sanford & Son
7-8PM The Andy Griffith Show
8-9PM M*A*S*H
9-11PM Everybody Loves Raymond
11PM-12AM Home Improvement
12-1AM Three's Company
1-2AM The Nanny
2-4AM Roseanne
4-5AM The Nanny
5-6AM M*A*S*H
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I think the MWC issue is due to the contract which was intended for Spike TV, but they never air it. I think it does well for TV Land. For some reason, unlike other Viacom shows, it can't be shared between networks for very long. Is there no way the contract can be modified?

I don't understand this schedule either. The Nanny is so out of place in the morning. And if they are wanting younger viewers in primetime, why air Sanford and Son, their oldest skewing show, for 2 hours every night?
There's alot of us young adults that love the older sitcoms. That's why it's a classic. It doesn't matter if it's 100 yrs. old if it's funny it's funny good comedy never die, it's there for generation to laugh. I'm in my 30's and I'm a big fan of the Honeymooners and Sanford and Son, I grew up looking at these classics with my parents and other classics as well.
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i stoped watching tvland years agooncethey got rideo f homeinmproment in the wee hourso f the mosirng i stop i think it comeso n . i don't think homeimnprovment shold be on tvl and either. they used to show some good show everyone loves ramyond coms on 15 channels , rosesanne is sutpid i hate married with childern. theri all dirty shows.expect forthenany and ramond. i can't stand the nany or ramyond show.. i can't stand Andy Griffith Showit comso n too much. what happedn to ilove lucy the hooneymoones, happy days thewonder years batman with adam west. how about showing the incdabile hulk macyger the A=TEAM OR AMEN. how about add three stooges or even the tlwight zone? WHAT HAPPEDN TO THEGOOD SHOWS?
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Why won't they move HiC out of Wednesdays at 10? The show is falling apart at that timeslot in the winter. Beats me why they insist on airing every original show then; this is not The Cougar or Harry Loves Lisa! I know it will do a little better in the summer, but I still think it needs to be moved to another night and another time (Thursdays at 9?). Should have been moved weeks ago.

I don't know if anything could help Retired at 35 though, that show is starting to get irritating.
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Don't think Wednesday at 10pm has anything to do with the ratings suffering. Much more original competition from Sept-May than the summer.
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On Saturday and Sunday mornings,there is NOTHING on TVLand.-And I DO mean NOTHING.(Yeah,I know there is "Roseanne" and "The Nanny",and I know,some people like these shows)Why, on those 2 days,do they air 10 episodes of "The Nanny"in the morning.back to back?Remember the days when they had only ONE episode of "Green Acres","The Addams Family","Mr.Ed","The Munsters","Bewitched","The Dick Van Dyke Show",etc,all with full-screen (sometimes)credits?That made Saturday and Sunday Morning TV worth watching.Now,it's nothing.
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Don't think Wednesday at 10pm has anything to do with the ratings suffering. Much more original competition from Sept-May than the summer.
Yeah, the key will be if the viewers come back. This season so far has been pretty important to the storyline. As much as I wish it would, I don't see it getting the numbers this summer that it got last. I still think 10pm is a little late for an original sitcom, it's not like they don't have anywhere else to put it.

I remember when they also showed Carol Burnett and Flip Wilson on weekend mornings. I always looked forward to that, because they kind of "buried" a lot of the older shows that weren't ratings hits then.
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HIC renewed for a 22-episode 3rd season, premiering next winter I guess: http://www.deadline.com/2011/02/tv-l...-third-season/

I hope we hear news on the other pilots that were shot recently. I'm hoping the one with Fran Drescher and the one with Sherri Shepherd get picked up.
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