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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 1:34 pm
7flix: primetime schedule

7flix hits the airwaves at 6am on Sunday morning with a mix of movies and entertainment titles.

Returning shows Once Upon a Time, The Muppets, The Mindy Project and The Amazing Race all feature new episodes in the first week of broadcast.

7flix will offer a movie at 8:30pm every night of the week, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights dominated by primetime movies.

Daytimes will include general entertainment titles that are both retro (I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, Who’s the Boss, Benson, Good Times etc) plus some repeats of Quantico, Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder.

Sunday

6:10pm Movie: Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
8:30pm Movie: Love Actually
11pm Movie: The Unborn

Monday

6pm Seinfeld
6:30pm Once Upon A Time
8:30pm Movie: You, Me and Dupree
10:30pm First Dates
11:30pm Cougar Town

Tuesday

6pm Seinfeld
7:30pm The Muppets
8pm The Muppets
8:30pm Movie: Click
10:25pm Movie: Any Questions For Ben?

Wednesday

6pm Seinfeld
7:30pm The Mindy Project
8:30pm Movie: Captain Phillips
11pm Cougar Town

Thursday

6pm Seinfeld
7:30pm The Amazing Race
8:30pm Movie: 2012
11:30pm The Amazing Race

Friday

6:30pm Movie: Hotel Transylvania
8:30pm Movie: Sister Act
10:15pm Movie: The Lost Valentine

Saturday

6:30pm Movie: Guarding Tess
8:30pm Movie: Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit
10:25pm Movie: Cloverfield


interesting. those promos made it look like a female aimed movie channel, some of those titles aren't so much. reminds me a little of when 7two started, similar. this also makes me think they are having their own version of GO.

but what about those other New shows they were advertising - How to Get Away with Murder, Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, where will they go? The Muppets should be played on Saturdays or Sundays. not during the week.

so glad they are playing retro comedies, they could always add more elsewhere: Growing Pains, Alf, Step By Step, Mad About You, Just Shoot Me, The Nanny, Ned and Stacey, NewsRadio, Perfect Strangers and such.

http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2016/02/7fl ... edule.html
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