Things looked a bit “different” when the schedule for the Fall TV season came out this year. Some returning favorites were on new nights, while the broadcast networks made some curious calls as to where to place the newbies. How did all those scheduling moves pan out?
Now a full month into the new season (or less, if you’re The CW), TVLine did that number-crunching thing that we do and diagnosed the many time slots changes, swaps and first-year assignments.
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Pop open our attached gallery (click here for direct access) to get a network-by-network, day-by-day lay of the primetime land, and see how scheduling moves big and small are thus far shaking out.
Launch Gallery: Fall TV Scheduling Hits & Misses (2019)
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