Mock Schedules

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Post you mock TV schedules here.

Continuation of the very popular Mock Schedule thread in the previous forum.

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Channel Ten 2016

Sunday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / All Star Family Feud
7.30 / 8.00 Long Lost Family
8.30 / 9.00 NCIS: New Orleans
9.30 Limitless

Monday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / The Grinder
8.30 / 9.00 The X Files / CSI: Cyber
9.30 / 10.00 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary

Tuesday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / Life In Pieces
8.30 NCIS
9.30 NCIS: LA

Wednesday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / David Attenborough
8.30 Madam Secretary
9.30 The Good Wife
10.30 Hawaii Five O

Thursday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / Territory Cops
8.00 Bondi Rescue
8.30 / 9 SVU
9.30 American Crime Story
10.30 / 11 Blue Bloods

Friday
6.00 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 The Living Room
8.30 The Graham Norton Show

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Weeknights

4.30: Bold
5.00: Eyewitness News at Five*
6.00: Family Feud
6.30: Pyramid
7.00: The Project
~primetime~
9.30: Eyewitness News at 9:30*
10.30: Drama replays
11.30: The Project ®

  • live & local, same on air teams for both bulletins
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#4

Looks like another failure of a schedule with lots of low rating content.

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#5

I like this aside from the project being trimmed to half an hour.

I also thin 10:30 should be new eps of all the US dramas that have been an abject failure in prime time.

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#6

I hate it. Shocking schedule. Why put shows on that continue to fail and not deliver ratings? Why continue to air shows at 9 which clearly didn’t work in the past? American Crime Story should be given a chance. Who knows it could bring in new viewers. They did it with Zoo and it temporarily did well until people realised it was a dud.

NCIS NO only got 300-400k last time it was on a Sunday at 8:30 which suggests to me it doesn’t belong there. CSI Cyber got 200k on a Sunday so I don’t know why it would even be considered to headline a Monday night. X Files a whole 6 days after the US airs it is the worst idea ever. Especially on the same night as Walking Dead. Madam Secretary will be given an 8:30 slot but shouldn’t be.

And do you realise Life in Pieces is a half hour sitcom as is Grinder. You know if these shows will have to build an audience on their own. David Attenborough really, really struggled last time it was on at 7:30 and gets about 200k on Saturdays. So don’t know if that really will work.

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#7

This is what I would do for ten.

Sunday
6:00 Family Feud
6:30 Family Feud All Stars
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
9:30 Ten News

Monday
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 Modern Family
9:00 Life in Pieces
9:30 Ten News

Tuesday
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 The X Files/NCIS
9:30 Ten News

Wednesday
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 American Crime Story
9:30 Ten News

Thursday
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 Madam Secretary/Gogglebox
9:30 Ten News

Friday
7:30 The Living Room
8:30 X Files Encore
9:30 Ten News

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#8

It is only a mock. Of course (Life In Pieces) (The Grinder) :slightly_smiling: as I am burning it off. I see your point about David Attenborough.

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#9

Burning off new shows…great idea!! I reckon you should pursue a career in tv programming.

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#10

Burning it off? Obviously you dont even think its worth a decent run… why even bother?

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#11

Q1 Channel Ten 2016

Sunday
6 Family Feud
6.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / Family Feud
7 Long Lost Family
8 Modern Family
8.30 American Crime Story
9.30 Limitless

Monday
6 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / The Grinder & Life In Pieces
8.30 / 9 CSI Cyber
9.30 / 10 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary

Tuesday
6 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 Territory Cops
8 Bondi Rescue
8.30 NCIS
9.30 NCIS: LA

Wednesday
6 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 Modern Family Rpt
8.30 Madam Secretary
9.30 The Good Wife
10.30 Hawaii Five O

Thursday
6 Family Feud
6.30 The Project
7.30 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here / Jamie Oliver
8.30 / 9 SVU
10.30 / 11 Blue Bloods

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#12

Already airing Modern Family repeats and its quarter 1?

I hope ten can deliver a better schedule than this.

I believe, if they follow international versions, Family Feud All Stars will be an hour in length. I would also assume Long Lost Family would be an hour in length.

I’m not sure why you would air Modern Family repeats on Wednesdays and leave out Celebrity for that day. Bit confused by that.

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#13

Some of it is confirmed. I thought you said David Attenborough shouldn’t be in the schedule. I’m A Celebrity is in but that is for when it is finished.

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#14

I didn’t mention david attenborough…

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#15

Yes here “David Attenborough really, really struggled last time it was on at 7:30 and gets about 200k on Saturdays. So don’t know if that really will work.”

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#16

What’s that got to do with your schedule you posted the other day? You didn’t put in David Attenborough. So why would it have anything to do with your amended schedule?

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#17

This isn’t really what I would do if I were a network programmer but this is what ten could do with the shows they have already committed to and what I would do around them:

SUNDAY
6:00 Family Feud
6:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:00 Modern Family
8:30 X Files
9:30 Limitless (promoted from 10:30 to 9:30)

MONDAY
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 NCIS: New Orleans
9:30 CSI Cyber

TUESDAY
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 NCIS
9:30 NCIS: LA

WEDNESDAY
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 American Crime Story
9:30 The Good Wife

THURSDAY
7:30 I’m a Celebrity
8:30 Law and Order SVU
9:30 Law and Order SVU

After Celeb finishes:

SUNDAY
6:00 Family Feud
6:30 All Star Family Feud
7:30 Modern Family NEW
8:00 Modern Family NEW
8:30 Shark Tank
9:30 Limitless

MONDAY
7:30 Life in Pieces
8:00 The Grinder
8:30 NCIS: New Orleans
9:30 CSI Cyber

TUESDAY
7:30 Territory Cops Double
8:30 NCIS
9:30 NCIS LA

WEDNESDAY
7:30 Long Lost Family
8:30 Madam Secretary
9:30 The Good Wife

THURSDAY
7:30 Bondi Rescue DOUBLE
8:30 Gogglebox
9:30 Law and Order SVU NEW

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#18

Ten during Masterchef period

SUNDAY
6:00 Family Feud
6:30 Masterchef: Masterclass
7:30 Masterchef
8:30 Modern Family
9:00 Life in Pieces
9:30 NCIS New Orleans

MONDAY
7:30 Masterchef
8:30 Have You Been Paying Attention
9:30 NCIS LA

TUESDAY
7:30 Masterchef
8:30 Shark Tank
9:30 NCIS

WEDNESDAY
7:30 Masterchef
8:30 Offspring
9:30 Madam Secretary

THURSDAY
7:30 Masterchef
8:30 Gogglebox
9:30 Law and Order SVU

FRIDAY
7:30 Living Room
8:30 Graham Norton

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#19

General non-primetime schedules for Ten…if they ever took news/current affairs seriously again and invested a bit more in their content!

Weekdays

5.30am: Ten Eyewitness News: Early Edition
6am: Ten This Morning (yes, based off CBS This Morning)
9am: Studio 10
12pm: Ten Eyewitness News at Midday
1pm: Dr Phil
2pm: Repeats/Encores
3pm: Judge Judy
3.30pm: Entertainment Tonight
4pm: Good Chef Bad Chef/Everyday Gourmet/Other Cooking Show
4.30pm: The Bold & The Beautiful
5pm: Ten Eyewitness News: First At Five
6pm: The Project
7pm: Family Feud (why not have stronger alternative 7pm programing to Home & Away, ACA and ABC News?)
7.30pm: Primetime Programing
10.30pm: Ten Eyewitness News Late Edition
11pm: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
12am: The Project Encore
1am: Home Shopping/Religious Programing
4am: CBS This Morning

Ten Saturday

5am: Fishing shows like IFISH, Escape With ET, etc.
7am: Ten This Weekend (obviously, a weekend edition of the breakfast program)
10am: Studio 10 Weekend Edition (highlights of the week-type show)
12pm: Repeats/Encores/Other filler programing
4pm: Across Australia, Travel Program (since Getaway and Seven’s various local travel shows work as pre-news lead-in shows on weekends…)
5pm: Ten Eyewitness News Weekend Edition
6pm: Family Feud
6.30pm: Primetime Programing
10.30pm: Late Movie
12.30am: Late, Late Movie
2.30am: Infomercials/Religious Programing

Ten Sunday

5am: Religious Programs
7am: Ten This Weekend
10am: Sunday news/opinion-based panel show
12pm: Repeats/Encores/Other filler programing
4pm: Across Australia
5pm: Ten Eyewitness News Weekend Edition
6pm: Week To Week, 60 Minutes/Sunday Night-type public affairs program
7pm: Primetime Programing
10.30pm: Ten Eyewitness News Late Edition
11pm: Late Night Programing
1am: Home Shopping/Religious Programing
4am: CBS This Morning

Thoughts, comments and criticisms are welcome. Of course some of the ideas/programs are unlikely to ever happen, but one can dream right? :slight_smile:

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#20

Great idea. Ten This Morning is a great concept for a breakfast show based on CBS’ version of the same name.

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