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ABC Midseason Schedule 2010

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 7th 2010 5:27PM
Ali FedotowskyABC has just announced its midseason schedule for 2010, which includes premiere dates 'The Bachelorette,' 'Wipeout,' 'Dating in the Dark' and more.

According to the Live Feed, 'The Bachelorette,' which stars ex-'Bachelor' contestant Ali Fedotowsky, will have its official two-hour premiere Mon., May 24 at 9PM ET. The following week, the show will move to its regular time slot (8-10PM), and will be followed by the season premiere of 'True Beauty.'

On Tue., Jun. 1, ABC will run a two-hour sneak preview of 'Wipe Out' (8PM ET) before its second season premieres Tue., Jun. 22 at 8PM ET.

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Bruckheimer Drama 'Miami Medical' Highlights CBS Spring Schedule

by Daniel Frankel, posted Jan 7th 2010 5:00PM
CBS announced a mid-season schedule Thursday, which was highlighted by the introduction of Jerry Bruckheimer hospital drama 'Miami Medical' and the return of David Spade comedy 'Rules of Engagement.'

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Chuck will air Mondays at 8, Parenthood at 9

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 14th 2009 3:31PM
ChuckI know, I know, you're thinking to yourself, what about Heroes?

NBC has released its midseason schedule, and we can see that Chuck returns on January 11 (after a special two-hour season premiere on January 10) in the Monday at 8PM slot. The new comedy Parenthood will air at 9, but that show doesn't start until March 1. As for Heroes (which currently airs in the Mondays at 8 slot), the season finale (episode 19 in a slightly shortened season) actually airs on Feburary 8.

In other NBC scheduling news, Jerry Seinfeld's new reality show (now there's a sentence that's really painful to write) The Marriage Ref will air Sundays at 9, between Dateline and Celebrity Apprentice, starting on March 14. What that means is that I probably won't be watching NBC on Sunday nights. Not that I watch NBC Sunday nights now when it has NFL football.

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FOX announces midseason schedule

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 25th 2009 11:03AM
CowellIt's strange that not only is it almost 2010 but it's the end of the decade.

The end of a year also means that it's time for the midseason shows to make their appearance. We already know that Chuck and Lost are coming back (January and February, respectively) and now FOX has announced their midseason schedule. After the jump, full details on when we'll see the return of Jack Bauer, Simon Cowell, Gordon Ramsay, reality shows, new shows, and special episodes of your favorites.

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