Networks Re-Tool For Mid-Season

Following a semi-disastrous Fall television season with few new shows catching on, the networks are doing their usual mid-season shuffle in an attempt to get things back on track. ABC will be introducing a new comedy and will keep "Karen Sisco" but move it to a new time slot. CBS will replace cancelled "Brotherhood of Poland, N.H." with "48 Hours" at 10 PM on Wednesdays and will launch a fourth CSI in Fall 2004. NBC is hyping its Donald Trump reality series "The Apprentice" which will debut Thursday, January 8 at 8:30 PM which will move "Ed" to Fridays at 9 PM bumping "Miss Match" until late in the season. FOX is launching four new series, "Cracking Up," The Ortegas," Still Life" and Wonder Falls" along with several new reality shows.

by Steve Hall    Nov-25-03   Click to Comment   

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