Get Your Printable Summer TV Schedules – 2012

by Jason the TVaholic on June 4, 2012

in Cable TV, Network TV, TV Talk

Printable Summer TV Schedules 2012We're have entered June and the regular TV season is behind us and the Summer TV Season is about to get into full swing. So, what does the Summer TV schedule have to offer? What shows are coming back? What nights will new shows play? What will they be going up against? Well, with the printable schedules, you can see what, when and where, all in a nice one page grid layout. Both the network and cable versions are new as of today for summer. You can see when new shows like ABC Family’s Bunheads, TNT's Dallas and Major Crimes, FX's Anger Management, NBC's Saving Hope, USA Network's Political Animals, and others premiere. Or, when shows like AMC's Breaking Bad, USA Network's Suits & White Collar, TNT's The Closer, Falling Skies and Leverage, and many others return. How Can I Get the Printable Summer Schedules? 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 Printable TV Schedule Downloads at the bottom of each article and click the "Printable Summer 2012 TV Schedule v1.00 (PDF)" or "Printable Summer 2012 Cable TV Schedule v1.01 (PDF)" link. You will need Acrobat Reader to view and print the TV schedules. If you would rather get updates via RSS, then grab the feed URL and add it to your favorite feed reader or use the links to the right under Get Updates via …

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1 Bill Colson March 30, 2013 at 3:14 am

Is there an option to either receive just the printable schedule or to access it on this sight. If neither of those are possible, do you have the option for a weekly email instead of daily.

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