Now that everyone else has put out their schedules, NBC makes their changes, so here is the new fall schedule, all times Eastern:
Monday 8- Deal or No Deal 9- Heroes 10- Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (moved from Thursdays at 10)
Tuesday 8- Friday Night Lights 9- Law and Order: Criminal Intent (From Friday at 10) 10- Law and Order: SVU
Wednesday 8- 20 Good Years (From Wednesday at 9) 8:30- 30 Rock (From Wednesday at 9:30) 9- The Biggest Loser (From Wednesday at 8) 10- Kidnapped (From Tuesday at 9)
Thursday 8- My Name is Earl 8:30- The Office 9- Deal or No Deal (From Friday at 8) 10- ER (replaced by The Black Donnellys in January)
Friday 8- Crossing Jordan (not on original schedule) 9- Las Vegas 10- Law and Order (from Wednesday at 10)
Saturday 8- Dateline NBC 9- Drama Series Encores
Sunday 7- Football Night in America 8- Sunday Night Football
Medium gets totally bumped off the fall schedule, and they'll be a midseason replacement, as will Scrubs. That's probably the biggest surprise of this switching, I figured they'd just swap Studio 60 and Medium.
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Man, sucks to be classic Law & Order. It goes from its longtime Wednesday timeslot to being stuck in the Friday graveyard, while its spinoffs get cushier positions on Tuesday.
"He looks like a perverted roofer who knocks off early on warm spring days to drink beer and ogle teenage girls at the river, but wrestles like a man who actually cares about his job." ---DVDVR's Raven Mack on "Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray
68. The Office [8.3m; 28th in 18-49] It's not the overall rating that matters, it's the 18-49 demographic that advertisers (and therefore networks) care about the most. 28th isn't bad for a show that probably doesn't cost a whole lot to make.