There were 28 entries filed by readers on the TV Tonight Late List, during March, down from 33 in February.
Nine took top place over Seven, with extensive Reality shows back in schedule and breaking news events.
Amongst the filed entries were:
Fat Tony & Co. Advertised time: 8:40pm / Actual 8:53pm
Love Child Advertised time: 8:40pm / Actual 9:03pm
The Block Advertised time: 7:30pm / Actual 7:40pm
Puberty Blues Advertised time: 8:30pm / Actual 8:39pm
Psych Advertised time: 2:00pm / Actual 2:35pm
Revenge Advertised time: 9:00pm / Actual 9:05pm
Southern Cross News Advertised time: 6:30pm / Actual 6:34pm
Do people still feel the Late List is worth offering as a site feature? It seems to have produced anecdotal evidence that Nine and Seven are the biggest offenders, TEN is much better and ABC, Foxtel and SBS are exemplary. But entries have also dropped overall, are readers happy with current scheduling?
You can file an entry here.
NB: The Late List is a crowd-sourcing trial and is not scientifically conducted. It relies on the trust of readers to resource information.