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SciFi Channel Moves 2nd Airing Of Doctor Who, 1st Airing Unaffected

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  • Benjamin Elliott
    Tomorrow (September 29), Doctor Who s premiere airs as planned. But beginning October 6, there s been a slight change. The late airings of Doctor Who and
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 28, 2006
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      Tomorrow (September 29), Doctor Who's premiere airs as planned. But
      beginning October 6, there's been a slight change. The late airings of
      Doctor Who and Battlestar Galactica are being swapped, to let Galactica have
      2 airings when more people are awake.

      Old schedule Eastern Time (as of October 6)
      8PM Doctor Who
      9PM Battlestar Galactica
      10PM Threshold (as of October 13)
      11PM Doctor Who
      12AM Battlestar Galactica

      New Schedule Eastern Time (as of October 6)
      8PM Doctor Who
      9PM Battlestar Galactica
      10PM Threshold (as of October 13)
      11PM Battlestar Galactica
      12AM Doctor Who (as of October 13)
      1AM(!) Doctor Who (October 6 only)

      If you were planning to watch the early airing of Doctor Who (as most
      viewers will), there is no change. If you were planning to watch the late
      airing, be aware of the time change.

      If you or anyone you know live on the West Coast and have Satellite TV, be
      aware that there is no West Coast Feed for SciFi on the Satellite
      providers - this means Doctor Who will air at 5PM and 9PM for you (10PM on
      October 6). Do not tune in at 8PM and expect Doctor Who to be there. If you
      have Cable and live on the West Coast, you probably have the West Coast Feed
      and can see Who at 8PM.

      This has been an update from This Week In Doctor Who.

      Benjamin Elliott
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