Returning: Private Practice

Seven replaces All Saints with a new season of Private Practice.

private-practiceSeven will replace All Saints with a new series of US medical drama Private Practice.

The series returns to screen at 9:30pm Tuesday November 3rd.

The episode “A Death in the Family” only premiered in the US on October 1st.

Violet is rushed to the hospital unconscious and severely injured, after the violent attack from her patient Katie. Addison and Naomi fight to save her life. Meanwhile, the whereabouts and condition of Violet’s stolen baby are unknown.

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  1. It could affect PTTR after this week.

    People want light entertainment for Tuesdays or Home Grown Programmes.

    Their Viewers who are not into Crime Shows will switch over to Nines Ladette to Lady or whatever the ABC is offering in the same timeslot once All Saints Ends.

    Why not Bring Back How I met Your Mother as Double Episodes to save the viewers from defecting elsewhere or any other comedies for a Tuesday Night.

    I remember the good old days some years back now when they had Ghost Whisperer and Airline USA for the same hour.

  2. The Worse they ever did was a Greys,Private Practice and Scrubs line up for Thursday Nights.Ok the last one is actually more of a Comedy but still three lots of Medical Programming in one night.If you Included the Monday Night Scrubs when they had that plus the soon to be axed All Saints that was about Four to Five Hours of Medical Shows a week.Too Much

  3. Time will tell Shaun – people can always flick over the tele once they’ve had their PTTR fix. You’ll find people don’t plan their TV viewing to stay on the same channel all night.

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