Get a Printable Fall TV Schedule – 2010

by Jason the TVaholic on May 22, 2010

in Network TV, TV Talk

TVaholic's Printable Fall 2010 TV ScheduleOver the past week ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, and NBC all delivered their Fall 2010 Upfront presentations to advertisers. As apart of trying to get advertisers excited about spending some money with their network, they announced their Fall 2010 TV Schedules that includes some new shows and returning favorites in old and new places.

What Can I Do With the Printable Fall Schedule?

Well, with the Printable Fall 2010 TV Schedule, you can see what, when and where, all in a nice single page grid layout. You can see what nights new shows like ABC’s No Ordinary Family, CBS’ Hawaii Five-0, The CW’s Nikita, FOX’s Lonestar, and NBC’s Undercovers are scheduled to air. As well as, returning favorites like Chuck, House, The Mentalist, Modern Family, and The Vampire Diaries. Plus, see where shows like 30 Rock, The Big Bang Theory, Glee, Life Unexpected, and The Middle have been moved. Also, you can easily see what the competition is like in each hour of primetime, so you can spot where potential viewing conflicts will be.

How Can I Get the Printable Fall Schedule?

Well, if you already get email or RSS updates, then just check the bottom of this article in your feed reader or email client and click the download link.

If you’re not presently receiving daily updates from TVaholic, then it’s really easy to do so. Just signup via email. You will be sent an email to verify you want to receive emails from TVaholic and once you do, the next morning you will receive your first email. Look for Free TVaholic Reader Downloads at the bottom of each article and click the “Printable Fall 2010 TV Schedule v1.00 (PDF)” link. You will need Acrobat Reader to view and print the TV schedule.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 LynneC July 29, 2010 at 5:46 am

I see CBS has decided to kill CSI Miami. When it want to get rid of a show they stick it at the tail end on Sunday nights. Most times the sports pushes to shows off and then they say viewship went down…duh…of course, how can one watch a show that is constantly pre-empted!!!

2 Jason the TVaholic August 2, 2010 at 6:56 am

LynneC, That’s not necessarily the case. Cold Case lasted quite a long time on Sunday nights. Also, if preemption/delay during football season was causing cancellations on Sunday nights, then Cold Case would’ve died long ago. I don’t really get the move of CSI: Miami to Sunday night, given it is the only scripted show on the night, it seems to be all alone. But, CBS has sort of an embarrassment of riches ratings-wise and since Sunday night isn’t really a good place to launch a new show like Hawaii Five-0, something had to move. The more interesting move is to see how well CSI: NY does moving to Friday nights.

3 LynneC August 2, 2010 at 4:45 pm

For a long time Cold Case was in the earlier slot. It was when they moved it to the last thing on Sunday Primetime that it was not on very often.
As to CSI: NY, not only is the move changing the viewing audience but the change in cast will be interesting to see how well received it is.

4 Jennie Wiggins August 12, 2010 at 1:08 pm

Please send me the 2010 Fall TV Schedule

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