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Discussion in 'Season Pass Alerts' started by PopcornGuy, Apr 3, 2009.
football over again on cbs, pad east coast primetime recordings 30 min
If you're recording the WSOP Final Table coverage, tonight's episode is airing on ESPN2 and tomorrow night's is on ESPN. Make sure you pad and/or record subsequent programs to ensure you get it all.
I don't recall how long last year's first night coverage ran, but the final three ran all night and into the next morning.
Just noticed that because NBC is airing the Redskins game tonight in DC, they shifted Parenthood to channel 208 (on Comcast, at least). If you have a season pass, you'll have to manually record tonight's episode.
The entire NBC primetime lineup in DC has been shifted to the "COZI TV" subchannel (4.2 over the air):
football over 17 minutes on cbs, pad east coast primetime recordings accordingly
Don't know what CBS has planned for tonight. Game had 2 hour weather delay, now just starting OT, it's 2+ hours over it's allotted slot now.
The Bears/Ravens game should not be an issue since it's over. The people that need to be concerned are those getting the Dolphins game.
that's the game I'm talking about
Eight minute pad needed for those with the Dolphins game.
You're confused. The Bears/Ravens game was the one that was delayed and it was an early game and as ronsh pointed out, is over. The SD/Miami game seems to be on schedule.
You are correct. They also started 60 minutes on time. ( at least here in Dallas)
The game on Fox has gone past it's scheduled 7:30PM EST ending time.
Does anyone know if the next show, The OT, will just be filler 'til 8:00PM, or do they run it for the full half hour regardless of how late it starts?
It should just be filler.
Almost human started about 15 seconds late, you might want to add 1 minute to the end.
Amazing Race started on time in NC.
The CBS Eye-lert I just received indicated their programming tonight was delayed 10 minutes due to the football overrun.
I didn't get any notice here in NYC from CBS.
I guess I should have clarified? I'm in the Central Time zone and they aired the Colts/Cardinals game here.
Nor did I (Central, Houston).
CBS' Denver Broncos/Kansas City Chiefs coverage ran 20 minutes long in the Central Time Zone.
A 30-minute pad should work for tonight's CBS line up.