Nine have released a schedule of sorts for their programming for the first week of summer TV, but is filled with so many TBA’s it is barely worth reporting. Like Seven, they have left many prime time timeslots as TBAs, with details to be released later. Unlike Seven, there is not even an indication of what shows might fill these times.
On Sunday November 28, new episodes of the Enforcers and Hot Pursuit continue at 6.30pm and 7pm respectively. That is followed by the Best of 60 Minutes at 7.30pm. The rest of the night is TBA.
On weeknights at 7pm, at this stage anyway, Two and a Half Men repeats will remain.
On Monday November 29, Two and a Half Men also airs at 7.30pm, followed by a Big Bang Theory repeat at 8pm. Rest of the night TBA.
Tuesday nights look the same as they will be from this week – Top Gear (UK, repeat) at 7.30, Richard Hammond’s Invisible Worlds at 9pm, Survivor Nicaragua at 10pm and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares at 11pm.
Apart from another Two and a Half Men on Wednesday at 7.30pm, the programs for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Dec 1,2 and 3 respectively are all to be advised.
Then on Saturday Dec 4, Australia’s Funniest Home Videos continues with its summer edition while Celebrity Singing Bee airs at 7.30pm.
If all of those Two and a Half Men times proceed as scheduled, the end result is that you will be able to see Two and a Half Men 12 times a week between Nine and GO! Having the show on so many times a week could impact its worth in 2011 where repeats will have been so often, they simply won’t rate the way they used to. Only the new episodes will draw the numbers.
Stay tuned for details of what all these TBAs become over the next week or so…