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Master Geek
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# 19553 21-Feb-2008 13:53
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i just learned tv3 is airing my favourite show csi miami on saturday at 9.30pm. why have tv3 changed the day this show airs? it used to be on sunday at 8.30pm. i think this show has a few hundred thousand viewers in new zealand and i doubt it will get this much on a saturday night when most people have gone out. i would rather see tv3 move csi new york from sunday night to saturday night and bring csi miami back to sunday night 8.30pm and i am sure csi miami rates higher than csi new york.

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  # 112094 21-Feb-2008 15:51
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Of course TV3 wouldn't put NEW episodes of CSI Miami on Saturday night, and according to their TV listings on their web-site they haven’t. The write up for the Saturday Night Episode says:

“Repeats, Saturday 9:30pm.  

Missed Season 5 of CSI: Miami? Or want to relive the dramas of one of the most stylish crime scene investigators and his team?  

Join Horatio and the CSI: Miami team, Saturdays, 9:30pm for Season 5 repeats .

Remember to check back soon for more information on All New CSI: Miami.”


So you are not missing much (unless you have not seen that season). This is what they normally do before playing the new season on Sunday, replacing CSI when that season has finished, in about 12 or so weeks time maybe.

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