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Product NameTelevision Network Prime Time Programming, 1985-2007
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Long DescriptionThis comprehensive chronicle provides a month-by-month listing of network prime time (7-11 p.m.) programming for all national broadcasting networks from April 1985 through 2007. The detailed listing includes an overview of all network programming moves such as series premieres, cancellations and time slot moves as well as a yearly recap of all key programming moves since 1985.
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