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  • "Deal or No Deal" In Fall 2006; No "1vs100" in Sight
    Tuesday, May 16, 2006
    Cynopsis just sent me an email about NBC's upfront. "Deal or No Deal", consistently NBC's number one show on the network, will retain it's Monday/Friday at 8PM ET slot while losing Wednesdays. NBC, I know you read this site, please resist the urge for Wednesdays. You've aired more than a full season of "Deal or No Deal" episode-wise in just a midseason time period. Let's not burn out a terrific show. Also, "1 vs 100" is not on the fall schedule yet, probably making it a midseason replacement in December or January, but I could be completely wrong (I am often).
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    3 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous Scott Meckley said…

      I didnt see 1 vs 100 on NBC Fall Schedule I havent even seen an adverisement for it yet. I heard they are trying 1 vs 100 for 5-10 episodes. so I am hoping they do this like deal or no deal running it mon-fri at 7 p.m. CST. this 1 vs 100 sounds like a fun game although I dont do great at trivia games. i would like more deal or no deal like games.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Donald Pedersen said…

      Yes, NBC... please dont make Deal or No Deal a three-time-a-week show. As much as I love the show, I don't want it to go stale too quickly. Let's not forget what happened to Who Wants to be a Millionaire and The Weakest Link. I'm happy and I am pretty sure that all game show fans and enthusiasts (I hope i spelled that right) can agree that it would be best to have it twice a week.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Mickey Stevens said…

      Weakest Link was only on two nights a week at its peak excluding a few special weeks, and that wasn't what killed it. The problem there was that the episodes with regular contestants virtually disappeared in the second season in the wake of 9/11, which sealed the show's fate.

       
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