#1 Posted on 11.9.05 1718.48 Reposted on: 11.9.12 1718.48
CBS also has a pretty traditional premiere week of Sept. 19-25. By the first of October, someone will be very whiny about how they cancelled "Joan of Arcadia" but green-lit (insert name of show here). I mean, even more whiny that normal because I'm sure it's already been said more times than I'd care to read.
Monday 19 Sept The King of Queens How I met Your Mother (N) Two and a Half Men Out of Practice (N) CSI: Miami
Tuesday 20 Sept NCIS
Tuesday 27 Sept The Amazing Race 8 (aka Amazing Race: Family Edition)
Tuesday 4 Oct Close to Home (N)
Wednesday 21 Sept Still Standing Yes, Dear CSI: NY
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#2 Posted on 12.9.05 0111.06 Reposted on: 12.9.12 0112.29
Tivo Roster for my third TiVo season. ------------------- The Amazing Race (Third Season - Full Year Extension) Survivor (Third Season - Full Year Extension) Without a Trace (Third Season - Full Year Extension) NUMB3RS (Second Season - Full Year Extension) How I Met Your Mother (Blue Chip Rookie - Three Week Contract)
HIMYM is the only new show out of this whole bunch I'll even consider watching. Plus, although I never watched Joan, isn't Ghost Whisperer practically the same show anyway?
#3 Posted on 12.9.05 1120.51 Reposted on: 12.9.12 1124.09
Originally posted by CRZ By the first of October, someone will be very whiny about how they cancelled "Joan of Arcadia" but green-lit (insert name of show here). I mean, even more whiny that normal because I'm sure it's already been said more times than I'd care to read.
My wife and I really did enjoy "Joan." We will not be checking out "Ghost Whisperer" that is now in Joan's slot. Nope, can't say I want to watch a Jennifer Love Hewitt vehicle.
We will, however, be checking out Threshold before Numb3ers comes on.
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#7 Posted on 13.9.05 1203.08 Reposted on: 13.9.12 1205.01
Originally posted by Mr Heel IIIt should also be noteworthy to mention that ahead of next week's season premieres, CBS will be repeating the Quentin Tarantino-directed two-hour CSI this Thursday at 9pm Eastern/8pm Central.
If you didn't catch it the first time, it's well worth the bother.
Ah, jeez...that's good news, but I'm working the afternoon shift. Just my luck, because my VCR died last week. This sucks.
#8 Posted on 15.9.05 2049.51 Reposted on: 15.9.12 2050.02
PROGRAMMING UPDATE: Due to President Bush's 25-minute speech, CBS decided to pull "Grave Danger" from tonight's programming lineup in favor of running two episodes that ran this week on Spike.
Supposedly, "Grave Danger" will now run Wednesday night at 9E/8C, replacing a planned CSI repeat (tonight's first episode), as well as the season premiere of CSI:NY, which will have its season premiere delayed one week to September 28.
CBS.com hasn't modified the schedule for next Wednesday yet, though they did tonight's.
#9 Posted on 16.9.05 0133.30 Reposted on: 16.9.12 0134.39
Oh good. I was all psyched for an encore presentation, and I DVR'd it for whilst I went out, as well as, to a lesser extent, about. And then I was like WHAT NO, I have a timer set up, Mister President. Thank god CBS made the call to evacuate in time.
With Smackdown out of the way, this is actually the first CSI season I'm going to watch as it happens instead of in large chunks on Spike TV. I'm pumped. Thanks, Palmer Cannon.