History Main / MidSeasonReplacement

10th Dec '15 9:48:33 AM SpideyTerry
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* ''Series/{{Becker}}'' didn't initially make CBS's fall schedule, but it did end up premiering in November because ''The Brian Benben Show'' had done so badly in the ratings that it got yanked after just four episodes.
31st Oct '15 11:23:00 PM nombretomado
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* ''QuantumLeap''.
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* ''QuantumLeap''.''Series/QuantumLeap''.

* ''GreysAnatomy''
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* ''GreysAnatomy''''Series/GreysAnatomy''
23rd Aug '15 9:03:21 PM nombretomado
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Note that this trope only specifically applies to broadcast network programming in the United States; different countries have different conventions, and the practices of cable networks in the United States may vary just as greatly. For example, USA Network's ''{{Monk}}'', generally considered to be one of the strongest shows on cable, premiers new episodes in the middle summer months ''and'' winter months, in a unique (though common practice on USANetwork) season split-up.
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Note that this trope only specifically applies to broadcast network programming in the United States; different countries have different conventions, and the practices of cable networks in the United States may vary just as greatly. For example, USA Network's ''{{Monk}}'', ''Series/{{Monk}}'', generally considered to be one of the strongest shows on cable, premiers new episodes in the middle summer months ''and'' winter months, in a unique (though common practice on USANetwork) season split-up.
22nd Aug '15 12:04:43 AM nombretomado
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* ''TowardTheTerra'' is an anime example. After ''Anime/AyakashiAyashi'' flopped so badly that was canned midways, ''Terra'' was allowed to fill the gap, occupying TBS's anime primetime slot that previously housed "A grade" shows like ''GundamSeed'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' and ''Anime/BloodPlus''.
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* ''TowardTheTerra'' is an anime example. After ''Anime/AyakashiAyashi'' flopped so badly that was canned midways, ''Terra'' was allowed to fill the gap, occupying TBS's anime primetime slot that previously housed "A grade" shows like ''GundamSeed'', ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' and ''Anime/BloodPlus''.
26th May '15 4:15:25 PM StFan
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* ''TowardTheTerra'' is an anime example. After ''AyakashiAyashi'' flopped so badly that was canned midways, ''Terra'' was allowed to fill the gap, occupying TBS's anime primetime slot that previously housed "A grade" shows like ''GundamSeed'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' and ''Anime/BloodPlus''.
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* ''TowardTheTerra'' is an anime example. After ''AyakashiAyashi'' ''Anime/AyakashiAyashi'' flopped so badly that was canned midways, ''Terra'' was allowed to fill the gap, occupying TBS's anime primetime slot that previously housed "A grade" shows like ''GundamSeed'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' and ''Anime/BloodPlus''.
25th Apr '15 2:29:55 AM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/NightCourt'' * ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' * While the first three seasons of ''Series/{{Lost}}'' premiered at the start of the fall season, the last three seasons all premiered mid-season with shorter episode counts to wrap it up toward a conclusion.
28th Mar '15 7:51:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''FamilyGuy'' - having been canceled and then UnCancelled is notable enough, but its "uncancellation premiere" almost qualifies as a late season replacement having originally premiered the first week of May 2005. In a rare case of tactful thinking, FOX executives were confident enough of the show's popularity to bring in huge ratings despite the late premiere date.
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* ''FamilyGuy'' ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' - having been canceled and then UnCancelled is notable enough, but its "uncancellation premiere" almost qualifies as a late season replacement having originally premiered the first week of May 2005. In a rare case of tactful thinking, FOX executives were confident enough of the show's popularity to bring in huge ratings despite the late premiere date.
16th Mar '15 1:27:24 PM nombretomado
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* The original run of ''{{Futurama}}'' on Fox started out with midseason premiere.
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* The original run of ''{{Futurama}}'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' on Fox started out with midseason premiere.
24th Feb '15 2:34:19 AM CaellachTigerEye
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** It was also originally passed over, in the 1996-97 season line-up, in favour of ''Series/SeventhHeaven'' (which, to the network's credit, ''was'' ultimately a solid choice as it's original run went [[LongRunners over a decade]]).
10th Feb '15 7:53:57 PM Kid
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'''s first three seasons all started in September and ran until May, but complaints about a show in real time being stretched out over the entire season caused them change to a "non-stop season" format beginning with season 4, in which every week had at least one new episode; for obvious reasons, for the finale to happen in May, the show had premiere midseason.
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'''s first three seasons all started in September and ran until May, but complaints about a show in real time being stretched out over the entire season caused them change to a "non-stop season" format beginning with season 4, in which every week had at least one new episode; for obvious reasons, for the finale to happen in May, the show had to premiere midseason.
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