Printable Spring 2008 TV Schedule Now Available

by Jason the TVaholic on March 2, 2008

in Network TV, TV Talk

TVaholic Printable Spring 2008 TV ScheduleNow that the writers’ strike is over and the networks have announced return dates for most of their shows, the printable schedule has been updated. It includes new shows premiering in March and most of the shows that will be returning in April and May. As shows that debut in March get underway, the schedule will be updated with the new or returning shows that will be taking their timeslot, like Bones and House returning on Mondays in April, once Canterbury’s Law and New Amsterdam finish their runs.

How Can I Get a Printable Spring Schedule?

Well, if you are already an email or RSS subscriber, then just check the bottom of this post in your feed reader or email client and click the download link.

If you are not presently a subscriber to TVaholic, then subscribe already! It’s easy. Just subscribe to TVaholic via email. You will be sent an email to verify your subscription and once you do, the next morning you will receive your first email. Look for Free Subscriber Download at the bottom and click the Printable Spring 2008 TV Schedule v1.00 (PDF) link. You will need Acrobat Reader to view, save and print the TV schedule.

If you would rather subscribe via RSS, then add the feed URL to your favorite feed reader or use the links to the right under Subscribe via RSS Feed.

As the spring TV calendar continues to change, the printable schedule will be updated. So, keep an eye on the download link. When there is a new version, it will be marked Last Updated: MM.DD.YYYY. That way you’ll always be up-to-date, as shows move, are cancelled, or new shows start.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kate January 14, 2009 at 5:37 pm

How do I download? I don’t see a box to click or a download button…

2 Jason the TVaholic January 15, 2009 at 5:49 am

Kate, once you sign up for the RSS feed or updates via eMail, you will find the download links at the bottom of each post in your feed reader or email client.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: