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CBS Tweaks ‘Big Brother’ Schedule
Recognizing that few people watch TV on Saturdays — and hoping to train audiences for its fall schedule — CBS is making a change to its scheduling of “Big Brother” this summer.
The network has opted to move the weekend episode of “Big Brother” to Sunday night, breaking with the show’s long-standing Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday schedule. CBS has also shuffled around some of its other shows for the summer, adding a second encore of “How I Met Your Mother” on Monday nights next month and sending repeats of “NCIS” and “The Unit” to Fridays starting July 7.
The latter move will make room for the Tuesday episodes of “Big Brother,” which is mounting an all-star edition this year, and “Rock Star,” which debuts Wednesday, July 5 with a 90-minute episode. Both dramas will return to Tuesdays in the fall.
Moving “Big Brother: All-Stars” to Sunday also lets CBS set up its scheduling pattern for the coming season, which will feature a reality show (“The Amazing Race”) in the 8 p.m. ET timeslot, followed by “Cold Case” and “Without a Trace.” Reruns of the two crime dramas will air in their new timeslots starting July 16.
The change should also help the ratings for “Big Brother,” as more people watch TV on a typical Sunday than do on Saturday.
As for “How I Met Your Mother,” it will air at both 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Mondays starting July 10.