Seven have made a number of schedule changes for next week, starting with the premiere of Wild Boys on Sunday September 4 at 7.30pm. Wild Boys replaces Highway Patrol and The Force that were airing at that time until last Sunday. Last night’s Highway Patrol even finished with “Next week on Highway Patrol…”.
The two shows have not been rescheduled at this stage,but are likely to turn up on one of the weekday 7.30pm timeslots left free when X Factor settles into a normal weekly routine.
At 9.30pm on Sunday is the season 3 finale of Castle.
Moving to Monday (September 5), and Suits drops back to the later time of 10.30pm permanently, with a repeat of Castle airing at 9.30pm. Teen Wolf 11.30pm.
No changes for Tuesday, but on Wednesday September 7, Law & Order: LA finds a new night and time at 9.30pm. Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour continues at 8.30pm that night.
Over to Thursday September 8, and Law & Order: LA remains at 9.30pm. That is followed by new series The Truth Behind… at 10.30pm – the first episode looks at Noah’s ark. The series puts the world’s most iconic myths and peculair phenomena to the scientific tests of today. Off The Map remains at 11.30pm.
Sunday September 11, sees Bones air in a double episode with a very typical channel Seven compile where a new episode is followed by a repeat seamlessly joined together in the hope that noone will notice.
The X Factor for its thrid week remains on four nights a week Monday to Thursday 7.30pm. Monday night September 12 is the 3rd Boot Camp episode, then the remaining three nights are “home visits” during which the contesntants of the top 24 travel the world meeting the four judges. The top 24 will be cut down to the top 12.
On Tuesday September 13, Seven will air the 2011 Miss Universe Pageant, held in Sao Paula Brazil from 10.30pm.
Detroit 1-8-7 has its final from 11.30pm, Wednesday September 14. Seven have done well to persist with this series, which initially aired at 9.30pm to low ratings.
Thursday September 15 remains same as September 8.
More Tennis for Seven, with the network airing the Davis Cup live from 11am Friday September 16. And of course, on that night, is the AFL finals at this stage, scheduled for 8.30pm, after Better Homes and Gardens.Please – make it live Seven?