WBNX Fall 2019 Schedule (No more 90 and 9)

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  • Participant
    #186780

    WBNX fall 2019 M-F

    6am Dateline

    7am Just for laughs Gags

    730am Business first Am

    8am Justice Judge Mable an

    9am The Verdict

    930am Protection Court (New fall 19)

    10am Rachael

    11am Dr. Oz (from Fox8 )

    12pm Doctors

    1pm Divorce Court

    130pm Couples Court

    2pm Paternity Court

    3pm Protection Court (new fall 19)

    330pm The Verdict

    4pm Dateline

    5pm Last man Standing

    530pm Goldbergs

    6pm Mike and Molly

    7pm Goldbergs

    730am Last Man Standing

    8pm Funny you Should Ask

    830pm America Says (new fall 19)

    9pm Chicago PD

    10pm King of Queens

    1030pm HIMYM

    11pm King of Queens

    1130pm HIMYM

    12am America Says (new fall 19)

    1230am Funny you Should Ask

    1am Dish Nation

    130pm Pawn Stars

    2am Cops

    230am Sheriffs El Dorado County

    3am Divorce Court

    330Am Couples Court

    4am Doctors

    5am Dr. Oz

    All ltogether lots of changes. Super shocked no 90and9 at 9am. Also Dr. Oz from Fox 8. It was announced that all tribune were getting Mel Robbins thought though that she would replace Daily mail TV. Maybe with WKYC adding 5pm news and Kelly Clarkson 8 is getting Wendy back at 11 and Mel at 2pm and Daily Mail goes to 5 to replace Page Six late night. Not suprised   that Rules is gone.  Thought that they would have gotten Personal Injury court from MGM like Paternity and Couples. Protection is from Trifecta like Judge Faith was. It seems with them going independent they got lots of good stable long time shows and are moving away from the all court room drama and daytime CW talk trash daytime they once were. Moving in the right direction that’s for sure.

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    Participant
    #186784

    WBNX fall 2019 M-F

    6am Dateline

    7am Just for laughs Gags

    730am Business first Am

    8am Justice Judge Mable an

    9am The Verdict

    930am Protection Court (New fall 19)

    10am Rachael

    11am Dr. Oz (from Fox8 )

    12pm Doctors

    1pm Divorce Court

    130pm Couples Court

    2pm Paternity Court

    3pm Protection Court (new fall 19)

    330pm The Verdict

    4pm Dateline

    5pm Last man Standing

    530pm Goldbergs

    6pm Mike and Molly

    7pm Goldbergs

    730am Last Man Standing

    8pm Funny you Should Ask

    830pm America Says (new fall 19)

    9pm Chicago PD

    10pm King of Queens

    1030pm HIMYM

    11pm King of Queens

    1130pm HIMYM

    12am America Says (new fall 19)

    1230am Funny you Should Ask

    1am Dish Nation

    130pm Pawn Stars

    2am Cops

    230am Sheriffs El Dorado County

    3am Divorce Court

    330Am Couples Court

    4am Doctors

    5am Dr. Oz

    All ltogether lots of changes. Super shocked no 90and9 at 9am. Also Dr. Oz from Fox 8. It was announced that all tribune were getting Mel Robbins thought though that she would replace Daily mail TV. Maybe with WKYC adding 5pm news and Kelly Clarkson 8 is getting Wendy back at 11 and Mel at 2pm and Daily Mail goes to 5 to replace Page Six late night. Not suprised that Rules is gone. Thought that they would have gotten Personal Injury court from MGM like Paternity and Couples. Protection is from Trifecta like Judge Faith was. It seems with them going independent they got lots of good stable long time shows and are moving away from the all court room drama and daytime CW talk trash daytime they once were. Moving in the right direction that’s for sure.

    90 & 9 is not only the name of the show (named after a Bible verse), but also will be Ernest Angley’s age next year (born 1921). He hasn’t hosted the show for years (leaving it to his assistants) and of course there’s all the baggage that has been accumulating at Grace Cathedral in recent years.

    I’m sure we’ll get all the (classic) 90 & 9 Club one could ask for on the 55.2 Happy Channel.


    Participant
    #186785

    Am not much of a TV watcher myself, but am happy you guys posted an item.

    The Cleveland board, like many, has had very, very little activity of late. We don’t want to lose it, worse yet, RI.

     


    Participant
    #186787

    A lot of court shows on the schedule.  Not my cup of tea, but apparently there are  people that like to watch that stuff.

     


    Participant
    #186791

    A lot of court shows on the schedule. Not my cup of tea, but apparently there are people that like to watch that stuff.

    Court shows, talk shows, game shows, and soaps.

    Those are the 4 basic food groups of daytime broadcast TV.


    Participant
    #186794

    How about something for the kids?  When I was kid, there was Captain Kangaroo, Franz the Toymaker, Captain Penny, Barnaby, etc.  I know PBS has some programming for kids, but maybe there should be more.


    Participant
    #186796

    How about something for the kids? When I was kid, there was Captain Kangaroo, Franz the Toymaker, Captain Penny, Barnaby, etc. I know PBS has some programming for kids, but maybe there should be more.

    I have one word for you – $$$.

    Kid stuff doesn’t bring it, in fact, if it weren’t for the FCC mandated 3 hour E/I rule, the broadcast networks wouldn’t even do kid shows on Saturday mornings.


    Participant
    #186808

    Too bad.  Maybe that’s one of the reasons today’s kids are so mixed up.


    Participant
    #186809

    I have one word for you – $$$. Kid stuff doesn’t bring it, in fact, if it weren’t for the FCC mandated 3 hour E/I rule, the broadcast networks wouldn’t even do kid shows on Saturday mornings.

    It can be done, and be economically feasible. ABC used to run “Schoolhouse Rock”. It was entertaining and educational for children and even adults. Even my parents would watch that with my little brothers. I know the times were different. But I think good programming for children can be accomplished without losing your shirt. They need to make the effort. Even if they broke even on it I would see that as a win.


    Participant
    #186810

    I have one word for you – $$$. Kid stuff doesn’t bring it, in fact, if it weren’t for the FCC mandated 3 hour E/I rule, the broadcast networks wouldn’t even do kid shows on Saturday mornings.

    It can be done, and be economically feasible. ABC used to run “Schoolhouse Rock”. It was entertaining and educational for children and even adults. Even my parents would watch that with my little brothers. I know the times were different. But I think good programming for children can be accomplished without losing your shirt. They need to make the effort. Even if they broke even on it I would see that as a win.

    No network these days is gonna seriously invest in kids’ programming. If ABC, NBC, and CBS had their druthers, they’d eliminate it all together to do extended Saturday versions of their morning shows (GMA, Today, CBS This Morning respectively) as those are cash cows during the week.

    As it is, they farm out their kids programming to the highest bidder (and in the case of all 3 – as well as the CW – it’s Litton), let them have at it to get the FCC off their backs, and work around them.

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