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June 6, 2021 5:17 pm  #31


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

For many years CBC aired Happy Gilmore at least once every summer. Twenty years ago, they’d air it without censoring for language. Last time I saw it on CBC, they had censored Happy’s line to Bob Barker, “The price is wrong, b*tch!”

 

June 7, 2021 6:57 pm  #32


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

It should be noted that here in the U.S., The CW last year pick up the U.S. rights to the CBC series Coroner. They ran the first 2 seasons during the fall as a stopgap measure while the rest of their shows were being filmed. Season 3 is set to debut on The CW on August 19th.(Add-on: And seeing as how CBC has greenlit a 4th season of Coroner, odds are somewhere down the road The CW will air that on their schedule.)

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June 8, 2021 9:51 am  #33


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

I noticed WNYO ch 49 in Buffalo is running Schitts Creek weeknights at 11pm.

 

June 9, 2021 11:03 am  #34


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

mace wrote:

I noticed WNYO ch 49 in Buffalo is running Schitts Creek weeknights at 11pm.

It wouldn't surprise me if other stations around the U.S are airing it(as it's now in syndication despite not reaching the magic 100 episode mark); Debmar-Mercury(part of Lionsgate)has the syndication rights.

 

June 9, 2021 11:14 am  #35


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

After Schitts Creek cleaned up at the Emmy Awards, it was one of the most streamed shows on Netflix in the US.  It was in the top 10 shows for a number of weeks. 

 

June 9, 2021 11:27 am  #36


Re: CBC TV Unveils Fall Slate Of Shows. But Will Anyone Watch?

There's a 3 hour block of it running Friday nights on Comedy Central in the U.S. They also air another two hours worth of episodes overnight beginning around 2 AM Saturday morning. So there's no shortage of it on American cable. 

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