ITV Autumn 2022 Programming

(17-11-2023, 10:37 PM)Gary Baldy Wrote:  Teleshopping is the most creative well-written show on television. The fact that so many channels have snapped it up proves so. It’s never hit the heights of Teleshopping Series 1 again but fingers crossed.
I don't think it's quite as long running as "To be Announced", although whenever I've sat down to watch that it's been dropped from the schedules.
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I’m still hoping for a revival of ITV Nightscreen. It’s definitely something I could see Netflix giving a big budget reboot, and it could fill a gap for them once The Crown finishes.
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I've heard rumours that Amazon Prime are set to swoop in and revive Pages from Ceefax, which I imagine would be every bit as popular and successful as it was during it's original run, when it was the TV highlight for millions of viewers.
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Is anyone out there looking forward to an imminent revival for “No Information Available” besides me?







I’ll get me coat…
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I’m sorry but nothing will ever beat ‘Channel Off Air” which has been going strong ever since the late 90s. Although it’s moved around a bit, it’s still got a firm place in the schedules.
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ITVBe HD has been added to the Freesat test bouquet along with the two versions of ITV1 HD for Border Scotland and Channel Islands from today.

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I notice The Masked Singer and Limitless Win are starting 30 minutes earlier this week, then moving to 7.15 and 8.45 respectively next weekend.
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(03-02-2024, 10:14 AM)iloveTV1 Wrote:  I notice The Masked Singer and Limitless Win are starting 30 minutes earlier this week, then moving to 7.15 and 8.45 respectively next weekend.

I presume tonight’s is about getting a bit of a jump start on BBC One’s entertainment offering as they’re not starting Gladiators till 7:10 because of Six Nations?

Next weeks appears to be because ITV themselves have Six Nations.

Can’t say I remember Masked Singer deviating from 7pm in the past?
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The first time they effectively go head to head, although next week BBC1 goes back to it's regular schedule and airs Gladiators against the Six Nations, which I'm not sure is wise.

ITV did originally plan to move their Saturday schedule half an hour later a few weeks ago (it was even announced on air that Limitless Win would move to 9pm) but abandoned that. I think they probably expected the BBC to play Gladiators at 6.30pm.

Are ITV airing the news between the rugby and Masked Singer next week or have they just having excessive build up. With Michael McIntyre starting at 6.50pm and the rugby likely to finish between 6.30-6.45pm it seems questionable to hold back The Masked Singer an extra 15 minutes.
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(03-02-2024, 12:06 PM)Brekkie Wrote:  Are ITV airing the news between the rugby and Masked Singer next week or have they just having excessive build up. With Michael McIntyre starting at 6.50pm and the rugby likely to finish between 6.30-6.45pm it seems questionable to hold back The Masked Singer an extra 15 minutes.

12:50 News
13:05 Horse Racing
15:40 News
16:00 Six Nations
19:15 Masked Singer

It’ll Be Alright On The Night remains in the schedule too, and means Big Zu isn’t on till after the late news!
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