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Nick and More 12h
Likely a good one. The cast is aging out fast and 4 seasons is usually the end point. Plus, with an animated series coming, that'll continue the franchise. (Yes, a theatrical film was said to be in the works too, but we'll have to see on that one.)
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Nick and More 12h
Replying to @ScoobypediaWiki
Dates in "TV time" 6a-6a: 11/13 - Fred Time 11/14 - There Wolf 11/15 - Renn Scare 11/16 - Worst in Show 11/17 - Disorient Express 11/18 - Curse of Kaniaku 11/18 - Vote Velma 11/19 - In Space 11/20 - Doo Not Disturb 11/21 - Silver Scream 11/21 - Fright of Hand 11/22 - Greece
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Nick and More 21h
Replying to @MJCcarto @dzonershow
Yes, by fall 2018 there will be a new slate of shows. Thundermans, NRDD & SoR will all likely be done by the summer.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Love your avatar! :)
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Nick and More Nov 19
I'm sure others have already pointed it out, but its funny how Justice League (the animated series) and Justice League (the new film) debuted 16 years apart on the same date (November 17). That's pretty cool.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @LUNI_TUNZ @Cake__Jerry
48 episodes a day, it would have taken over 19 days to show them all back-to-back. Would have been nice to at least see some classics for an hour or two each day, though. But putting them all on their app/online works too.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @PCTheUnicorn
I'm not really into movies. I can just wait for it to come out on DVD/Blu-ray if I want to see it, or usually just watch it years later on TV. :)
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CN Schedule Archive Nov 19
11/20-11/26 - TTG celebrates its 200th episode by airing 263 times, Ben 10 hour long special premieres, Kung Fu Panda 2 premieres, the 2nd Unikitty sneak peek airs for the 3rd time
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Nick and More Nov 19
Or see how it all began by just watching the (really good) first season of the series - which you can also do via Disney XD On Demand and the DisneyNow app (or ).
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @kancsn01 @snorbertd1
Yes, repeats have aired on the network - around the time of new episodes of course, but repeats none-the-less.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @AikoFury
No the 2015 Minions movie, it's the first time tonight on FX. You're thinking of Despicable Me, which has aired on multiple networks many times.
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Nick and More Nov 19
makes its TV debut tonight at 8pm on FX. (I don't believe this movie has ever even aired on a premium cable network, which is odd).
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Nick and More Nov 19
Two and a Half Men is coming to in December. It'll be the show's second cable home, as it has only aired on FX since 2010.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Plus, 6:00am makes sense as sunrise is never much earlier than 6:00, and that can often be considered the start of a new day.
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Nick and More Nov 19
No clue. It's been that way for decades and no one seems to really know why (or at least I've never been able to figure it out). Best I can figure, they couldn't start at 12:00am & until after 3:00 because of time zone issues, as it would be confusing.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @poweranimals
It was originally scheduled for 8:30pm. I haven't gotten any updated grids yet.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Likely nothing. Shows often air on multiple networks at the same time. In fact, Full House started on ABC Family not long after Nick at Nite in 2003 and ran simultaneously for years.
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Nick and More Nov 19
Replying to @ScoobypediaWiki
A TV day runs 6:00am to 6:00am the next day. It's not my doing. Otherwise, I can't help. I don't keep schedule records for Boomerang any more.
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Nick and More Nov 18
Replying to @dzonershow
HALO was one-hour long at the start in 2009 and 2010 and has been since 2014 as well. 2011-2013 were 90-minutes long.
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