Bumped: Hell’s Kitchen, Nip / Tuck

Some changes to GO! Next Monday night affect Hell’s Kitchen and Nip / Tuck.

Nine now airs Movie: Date Movie at 9:30pm.
In this spoof of a romantic comedy, hopeless romantic Julia Jones has finally met the man of her dreams, the very British Grant Fonckyerdoder. However, before they can have their “Big Fat Greek Wedding” they’ll have to “Meet The Parents”, hook up with “The Wedding Planner” and contend with Grant’s friend Andy who wants to put an end to her “Best Friend’s Wedding”. Stars Alyson Hannigan, Adam Campbell and Sophie Monk.

Nip / Tuck
moves to 11:30pm and will continue there on July 5th.

Hell’s Kitchen will air at 10:30pm Tuesday night 29th and continues July 6th.

GO! also removes CSI: Miami from 8:30pm Tuesday and replaces with double Seinfeld eps.

13 Comments:

  1. GO makes more last minute changes then all other channels put together – squared…

    GO – GO flick onto GO and see what is on as it won’t match the program guide and will most likley chnage next time you are there…

  2. Eventually they’ll send them to nine for viewing and have no GO on anything! Just settle for what is needed to go on air and finish them. You should only change them if you have classifications issues. [i.e: M rated ep for a PG slot].

  3. "Anonymous"

    When will these idiotic channels realise you lose audiences by changing timeslots all the time… It’s pathetic.

    And Date Movie is one of the worst movies of all time (currently at 6% on Rotten Tomatoes). Good choice for a rapidly rubbish channel.

  4. David, any idea if the change in time for Chuck that occured last night is a permanent one (though with anything related to nine, permanent is a word I use loosely…)??

  5. Just checked the EPG on Foxtel… you mean Date Movie not Date Night, yeah?

    Date Night is the recent Tina Fey movie.
    Bummer about Nip/Tuck.

  6. I think you mean Date Movie Date Night features Steve Carell and Tina Fey.

    God I am getting sick of these programming changes on GO!. So much for there policy of programs staying in schedule.

  7. Hey David, just letting you know Date Night is the movie starring Steve Carrell and Tina Fey – recently out in the cinemas.

    Date Movie is the movie starring Alyson Hannigan, Adam Campbell and Sophie Monk, made in 2006 – the one you’ve described above.

    It’s an okay movie (not for the intellectuals), but I’d still prefer Hell’s Kitchen at an earlier time!

  8. i am so angry with the constant changes on this digital channel. how are viewers supposed to keep up with all the constant programming changes?
    and they can’t even make an attempt to play out the full season before moving things around. terminator was shafted with only 3 episodes left and i think nip tuck is in a similar position. chuck has been moved from 7:30 to 8:30 to 10:30 this week. the middle and old christine have been dumped.
    i was really enjoying hells kitchen but i will no longer watch this channel. the only shows that seem to remain in place are repeats of seinfeld, big bang theory, blackadder and top gear. at least seven make an attempt to play the full season first before getting rid of something (ugly betty, true beauty, amazing race, etc)

  9. More direspect and mucking around with regular timeslots for series. We thought digital channels were going to give us a chance to watch our favourite shows in a decent timeslot but now they’re just showing endless repeats of a few fan favourites and pushing everything else into later slots like Nine and Seven already do.

  10. Ugh. GO!, I love you and your shows, but you need to STOP with these changes. You’re getting worse than your main channel now. I don’t watch any of these shows, so it doesn’t affect me, but I feel sorry for the fans of Nip/Tuck. Just leave it where it was, where it was doing fine!

  11. I actually thought for a while this network slicing and dicing of shows would not take place on multichannels. Now, Go’s even worse than Nine was last year.

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