As we mentioned earlier this summer, Old Christine
is now airing on CMT. Now they have added two more sitcoms. It's more
of the spread of Viacom love, as it is more Viacom sharing. Sister
network TV Land staples Everybody Loves Raymond and Roseanne have both joined the CMT lineup (and still on TV Land, too). Roseanne is airing from 12-2pm, while Everybody Love Raymond airs from 5-6pm. Old Christine has moved to 11am-12pm now, as looks like the 4pm hour didn't work out. Reba was airing from 12-4pm, and will now be 2-5pm. Yep, both Reba and Old Christine air on TV Land, too. Last Man Standing
looks like is doing well as it will continue to air in early evening
and prime, now from 6-9pm instead of 5-8pm (movies air Fridays beginning
at 8pm, since new episodes of the sitcom air on ABC Fridays at 8). In
late night, usually it is more Last Man Standing or Roseanne from 1:30-3am. Raising Hope will continue to air 4-5am after Paid Programming. And finally, on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 12-6pm, CMT will air a marathon of Last Man Standing.