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NBC Changing ‘LAX’ Flight, Sends ‘Hawaii’ to Standby
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – NBC will reroute the airport drama “LAX” from Monday to Wednesday in time for sweeps month, making room for a new reality series, “The $25 Million Dollar Hoax.”
Beginning Oct. 27, “LAX” will air Wednesdays at 8 p.m., replacing fellow rookie series “Hawaii,” which NBC has put on hiatus. “LAX,” which stars Heather Locklear and Blair Underwood, has not made much headway against tough competition from ABC’s “Monday Night Football” and CBS’ “CSI: Miami” in its three weeks on the air.
Stepping into “LAX’s” Monday 10 p.m. slot is “Hoax,” a three-episode prank showcase in which a fake lottery winner sets out to deceive family and friends. “Hoax,” which begins Nov. 8, will be hosted by Ed McMahon and George Gray (“The Weakest Link”). It is based on a British format.
The detective drama “Hawaii” has found little traction Wednesday at 8 p.m., facing stiff competition against ABC’s new hit “Lost,” not to mention CBS’ “60 Minutes” and UPN’s “America’s Next Top Model.” The series will continue production on its 13-episode order in Hawaii.
In its new slot, “LAX” will also take over lead-in duties for “The West Wing,” which returns to its usual 9 p.m. spot.