MONDAY-ABC has two hours of The Bachelorette followed by The Mole, NBC has new episodes of American Gladiators, Nashville Star, and Dateline NBC. TUESDAY-ABC has the normal NBA Finals lineup, with Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night and NBA Countdown airing before Game 6; CBS airs The American Film Institute's 10 Top 10; FOX airs new episodes of Moment of Truth and Hell's Kitchen; NBC airs a special new Deal Or No Deal along with the premiere of America's Got Talent. WEDNESDAY-The CW has a new Farmer Wants A Wife, FOX has So You Think You Can Dance?, NBC has another special Deal Or No Deal along with a new Celebrity Circus. THURSDAY-ABC will air Game 7 of the NBA Finals, if necessary. CBS airs Swingtown. FOX has Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? and So You Think You Can Dance?. NBC airs Last Comic Standing and Fear Itself. FRIDAY-ABC airs the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, followed by a special presentation of MVP: He Shoots, He Scores a show that premiered on SoapNet the night before. The CW has WWE Smackdown, NBC has a new Dateline NBC, and FOX airs Planet of the Apes. SATURDAY-FOX has new episodes of Cops and America's Most Wanted, while NBC airs the US Olympic Gymnastics Trials. ABC airs Camp Rock, a movie starring the Jonas Brothers that had premiered on Disney the night before. SUNDAY-CBS has a new Million Dollar Password, featuring Steven Weber and Shanna Moakler. NBC has another day of US Olympic Gymnastic Trials along with a new Dateline NBC.
http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118001280.html?categoryId=13&cs=1&nid=2854 Well, I'm not to shocked. I've heard of movies being slotted for release in advance even before the initial, like Harry Potter, work for them.