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New Season 2021 / 2022

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New Season 2021 / 2022

Post by sfpcc1 » Mon Sep 20, 2021 8:10 pm

Tonight the new network season begins with Three new shows, (The Big Leap, Ordinary Joe,, NCIS Hawaii) and the return of some others, (NCIS, Bob Hearts Abishola.) The Big Leap is being bumped to 12:30 AM Due to the football game. I'll check out The Big Leap and Ordinary Joe, (I never got in to into The NCIS shows though I like Vanessa Lachay.) One day I'll figure out streaming.



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Re: New Season 2021 / 2022

Post by sfpcc1 » Thu Oct 14, 2021 5:17 pm

Has anyone out there seen CSI Vegas? I just saw the first two episodes last night. Not bad but I need to see where it's going, especially with the new characters. The ones that are back are Grissom, Sara Sidle, Hodges and Brass, (who is going blind.) Willows is retired and in Ireland with her daughter and granddaughter.



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Re: New Season 2021 / 2022

Post by WOHO » Fri Oct 22, 2021 2:37 pm

NBC: Chicago Fire's 200th show saw the departure of "Capt. Casey" and the return of Chief Boden to Station 51.
CBS: Young Sheldon is trying to re-align/ruin the show to follow the BBT canon, so they are turning Sheldon's Dad from an okay guy into a dufuss arse.
CBS: Blue Bloods had a perfect story-line for Tom Selleck to vacate his PC position, but they didn't go down the road for some reason?

Sinclair Broadcasting: Wins the award for worst technical performance by a supposedly TV network that can't even show NBC programming for over 24 hours. Too bad they don't invest in something called 'real people' who can sit at a switching console and manually run the station so they don't lose all their local advertising dollars and what viewers they did have. Hell, if they even put one of their subchannels on WNWO-1 they would have been further ahead this past Sunday/Monday.



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Re: New Season 2021 / 2022

Post by sfpcc1 » Sat Oct 23, 2021 12:18 am

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Sinclair Broadcasting: Wins the award for worst technical performance by a supposedly TV network that can't even show NBC programming for over 24 hours. Too bad they don't invest in something called 'real people' who can sit at a switching console and manually run the station so they don't lose all their local advertising dollars and what viewers they did have. Hell, if they even put one of their subchannels on WNWO-1 they would have been further ahead this past Sunday/Monday.

NBC invested in something called Real People about 40 years ago. It Seemed to do all right, (as did media mogul Byron Allen.)
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Re: New Season 2021 / 2022

Post by matt1 » Sat Oct 23, 2021 3:29 am

"Real People" debuted on April 18, 1979 till July 4, 1984 on NBC!!



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