UPN pins down changes

Adalian, Josef; Learmonth, Michael
May 2005
Daily Variety;5/20/2005, Vol. 287 Issue 36, p1
Trade Publication
Reports UPN Entertainment has slotted Chris Rock's comedy show "Everybody Hates Chris" on Thursday nights and moved "WWE Smackdown" to Fridays. Reason for the rescheduling; Statement of UPN Entertainment president Dawn Ostroff on the impact of the comedy show on the network's ratings; Citation of other rescheduled television shows.


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