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HDTV Heads-Up: Fringe, Human Target

HDTV Heads-Up: Fringe, Human Target

In a surprise but savvy HD counter-programming move, TV2 is bringing forward the new season of Fringe to screen 9.30pm Tuesdays, opposite TV3’s Nurse Jackie. The premiere will air after the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy, on July 20, in an oddly-matched double-bill. It will be fascinating to see which series becomes Fringe’s lead-in the […]

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HDTV Heads-Up: Outrageous Fortune, Nurse Jackie, V, Fringe

HDTV Heads-Up: Outrageous Fortune, Nurse Jackie, V, Fringe

The first HD series of Outrageous Fortune also will be its last when it screens from 8.30pm on July 13. After five years of airing it 9.30pm Tuesdays, TV3 is promoting the Westies crowdpleaser to an earlier slot and will team it with new episodes of another HD sensation, Nurse Jackie. The rescheduling recognises not […]

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Will Underbelly Beat Rush Hour?

Will Underbelly Beat Rush Hour?

TV2 is resorting to movies to rebuild its Wednesday night viewership in the face of HD heavyweight Underbelly’s popularity on TV3. It’s not know how long the network will run movies like Rush Hour (8.30 tonight), Rush Hour 3 (next week) and Troy (July 7). But chances are it will only be until Underbelly: The […]

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HDTV Ratings: New York CSI Not Good for Wife

HDTV Ratings: New York CSI Not Good for Wife

Replacing House with the HD procedural drama, CSI: New York, stripped stablemate The Good Wife of its previous week’s gains. So dismal was the CSI spin-off’s ratings for TV3 that it may no longer be in the 8.30pm Tuesday slot by the time the first HD season of Outrageous Fortunes succeeds The Good Wife in […]

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FlashForward on Fringe of Being Scrubbed?

FlashForward on Fringe of Being Scrubbed?

TV2’s new HD sci-fi drama, FlashForward (8.30pm Wednesdays), is among those “on the bubble” in the US. The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of “endangered shows” that may not be renewed, including several that air here in HD — FlashForward, Fringe, V — and many that should (24, Trauma, Heroes, Supernatural, Smallville, Chuck, Scrubs). At […]

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