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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

KIAH 39 debuts new shows for fall season

KIAH 39 has let me know it is bringing on some new TV shows to the CW station this fall:

The Bill Cunningham Show takes the 9am slot Monday through Friday.
Dr. Drew's Lifechangers airs 3pm Monday through Friday (SEE SAMPLE).
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia airs 3am and 3:30am Monday through Friday.
Futurama airs Fridays at 4 and 4:30am.
Doug Dog the Bounty Hunters airs Saturdays at 11 and 11:30pm.
Daryl's House airs Saturdays at 1am and 1:30am.
On the Spot airs Sundays at 8:30am.
America's Best Bites airs Sundays at 9:30am.

And an extra note, Eye Opener is starting an hour earlier at 5am Monday through Friday.

As far as CW shows (with marketing text attached):
- Sarah Michelle Gellar makes her return to primetime in Ringer...ranked by a poll as the #2 "Most Eagerly Anticipated Fall Show". ABC News ranks Ringer #4 on their top ten list beating out HBO, Showtime and NBC. Ringer - Tuesdays at 8pm.
- E! Online wants to "hug the crap out of Hart of Dixie", ranking it among the"Five Fall Shows We Love!" (See attached). The O.C.'s Rachel Bilson is destined to steal the hearts of Houstonians in this charming new show. Hart of Dixie - Mondays at 8mp.
- Thursday nights just got more wicked. Following the CW's popular series The Vampire Diaries, some sultry vixens are making magic with The Secret Circle. From the creators of The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle - Thursdays at 8pm.
- H8R is a fresh new reality show that brings stars and their haters face to face. Can these celebs convince their haters to love...or at least like them? Host Mario Lopez is on the case. H8R - Wednesdays at 7pm.

*not all of these shows have debuted at the time of this writing, but will by the end of September. COMMENT: Click to leave your thoughts on this post here