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Chapter 601: March 2019 (Part 2)
  • Jim Jinkins signs deal

    Jim Jenkins, the creator of Nickelodeon's Doug is signing a deal with Hastings Entertainment to create animated shorts and shows for special material, and decided that Hastings would go to the cartoon territory.

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    Hardy Boys adaptation

    Archie Comics is doing a signing up for the new comic book adaptation of Hardy Boys, which like with the Nancy Drew comic books, change its immediate setting to Riverdale, the place of the Archie comics and put it in the Archie universe. (IOTL, The Hardy Boys was published by Dynamite Entertainment).

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    Family Video got new writers

    Family Video, who had just entered the streaming business had entered its new writing system, consisting of defected writers from television shows, who had just entered into the streaming jumpboard.

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    WJZY headed for new look

    WJZY, the UPN network O&O for the Charlotte area is unveiling its new look, with brand-new graphics, a new set and a new music package to put more emphasis into the big viewership.

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    WTXX heading for new look

    WTXX, the UPN affiliate that covered the entire Connecticut area is unveiling a brand new look, with a brand new set that was based on WWOR's graphics, along with a new music package and a modified set.
     
    Chapter 602: April 2019 (Part 1)
  • Telenovela hit strong

    Two of Fox's spring telenovelas of 2019, which are NY Hospital II, the sequel of NY Hospital, and Respect in Trust, which both gained stronger ratings in order to appease all viewers and their audience members.

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    New animation

    New animation is in the works from Hastings Entertainment with the signing of CatDog creator Peter Hannan, who hit the momentum in order to make animation for the Hastings streaming service.

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    Announcement

    Fox is bringing back The Pinball Game for another year. This time, we have to spin it all the way again in order to get the pinball deck, which earned 1,000,000 in cost, in cash or in prizes to win.

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    KQCA to have new look

    KQCA, the UPN television station that covered the Sacramento market is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a music package that was essentially based on WWOR's graphics and music package ever since 2018.

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    WPTT to have new look

    WPTT, the UPN television station for the Greater Pittsburgh market also had a brand new look, like KQCA, with updated graphics and a music package to match that of sister station WWOR in Secaucus/New York City.
     
    Chapter 603: April 2019 (Part 2)
  • Games gonna play

    CBS is returning to the three new game shows, which are extremely popular in the 1970s and the 1980s, TattleTales, Card Sharks and Now You See It, three of the biggest game shows CBS has been offering.

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    Merchandise up for Sabrina

    The Charming Adventures of Sabrina, UPN's spinoff of Riverdale, and within the Archie Universe continuity had set growing merchandise, such as new T-shirts and planned soundtrack albums.

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    New project picked up

    TNT is giving us to a new project The New Guardians, which was set in 2525, about the future of the Foundation Technology, which helped us to show future antecedents in the very futuristic time.

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    WUAB to unveil new look

    WUAB, the UPN television station for the Greater Cleveland area was unveiling a brand new look, with all-new graphics and a new music package that was based off of WWOR's, plus a modified set.

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    KPTV to have new look

    KPTV, the UPN television station that covered the Greater Portland area is unveiling a brand new look, with brand-new graphics, a new modified set and a brand new music package based on the current WWOR package from last year.
     
    Chapter 604: May 2019 (Part 1)
  • UPN pilot commitment

    UPN is giving them pilot orders for The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Katy Keene, Love and the Family and Wives in the House, the biggest projects ever anticipated for the UPN television network to appeal viewers.

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    WB has pilot commitment

    The WB is giving them pilot commitment orders for The Lost Boys, as well as two comedies Getoff Together, Husband Couples and a sitcom which was passed over from ABC, My Brother and My Family.

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    Feather is growing

    Feather, the NBC-owned streaming service became the fastest-growing streaming service ever, with new introductions like Brotherhood, a show all about dangerous brothers in the neighborhood.

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    WDJT to have new look

    WDJT, the UPN television station for the Greater Milwaukee area was unveiling a brand new look, with all-new graphics and a new music package for the newscasts to match those of WWOR's last year.

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    KSMO to get new look

    KSMO-TV, the UPN affiliate for the Kansas City area, with greater emphasis on newscasts was unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics, a new music package and a slightly modified set to reflect the 2018 UPN mandate.
     
    Chapter 605: May 2019 (Part 2)
  • Fox to have new telenovelas

    Fox is getting the new telenovelas for the summer of 2019. These are Beach Break 3, the second sequel to Beach Break, and Volleyball Camp, a show about a volleyball camp in a fictional high school.

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    YT trailer got strong views

    YouTube's video trailer for The Hardy Boys, a show UPN is debuting this fall hit 2,500,000 views in its first day for the first official trailer of the series, which will promise it would be a hit show.

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    New merchandising

    New merchandising is applied for the Simon & Schuster book series The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, with the intention of combining it into the world of the Archie Comics characters with their Riverdale students meeting for the first time.

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    KJZZ to have new look

    KJZZ, the UPN television station for the Salt Lake City television market was unveiling a brand new look, with brand new graphics, a new set and a new music package that was based on WWOR's new look.

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    KRRT to have new look

    KRRT, the UPN network-owned station that served Greater San Antonio is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics, a new set and a new music package that was based on WWOR's new look.
     
    Chapter 606: June 2019 (Part 1)
  • CBS returns

    CBS is returning to the three game shows for newer seasons, developed for the 21st century, Now You See It, Card Sharks (the ABC revival has been butterflied away) and TattleTales, three of the most popular game shows in the 1970s and 80s.

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    WGN-TV rolls out new look

    WGN-TV, the WB owned station for the Chicago and a news intensive station is rolling out their new look, with more emphasis towards viewer targeting, newer graphics and a new arrangement of "Chicago's Very Own".

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    KTVD to have new look

    KTVD, the UPN network owned station in Denver is unveiling a brand new look, with brand-new graphics, a new set and a new music package modeled on that of WWOR a year ago, becoming the standard for UPN O&Os.

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    UPN to avoid the whammy

    UPN is back for a new season of the popular hit game show Press Your Luck (the ABC revival has been butterflied away), and we will avoid spinning all the whammies by beating it for $1,000,000 in cash or in prizes.

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    WB returns

    The WB is returning to the game show marketplace with newer seasons of Tic-Tac Dough, Dice Fever, and Bingo, three of the million-dollar making game shows The WB has ever offered to bigger cash or in prizes, and we have to call phones.
     
    Chapter 607: June 2019 (Part 2)
  • New superhero franchise

    UPN and Paramount Television is giving them a joint effort, the Archieverse, comprising the Archie superhero characters (a.k.a. the Red Circle characters) and the main Archie characters (a.k.a. the Riverdale characters).

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    FOXNOW/Tubi to hit fast

    21st Century Fox's FOXNOW/Tubi is hitting the fast stream, with it becoming the number-one streaming service of all time in order to detect early winners, and hit a new pickup order for new 90s revivals.

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    Hastings to do new cartoon

    Hastings Entertainment is preparing a new cartoon, John David, through a new deal with Doug creator Jim Jinkins, whose Hastings company filed a lawsuit against Viacom for reviving a 1990s Nicktoon Doug.

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    WUPL to have new look

    WUPL, the UPN network owned television station that covered the Greater New Orleans area is unveiling a brand new look, with new graphics and a modernized newsroom to match that of WWOR.

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    WNGS to unveil new look

    WNGS, the UPN-owned television station for the Greater Buffalo area (Western New York, and Ontario) was unveiling a brand new look, with a modified newsroom set and new graphics based on WWOR's look.
     
    Chapter 608: July 2019 (Part 1)
  • Blockbusters is back!

    NBC is returning to Blockbusters for a new season, so we have a whopping $2,000,000 Gold Rush bonus to win all cash or in prizes without losing a game, and one contestant could become the champion.

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    Get a boost

    All viewers are gaining boost from the summer games on CBS, UPN, NBC, Fox and The WB, but ABC is receiving its own game this year, Time Machine, a revival of the 1980s NBC game show.

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    Time Machine returned

    ABC has one new game show, a reboot of the 1985 NBC game show Time Machine, with a million dollar top prize, entitled Million Dollar Time Machine, in which all games could have their time to get the audience.

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    WXIN to get simplified

    WXIN, the UPN network owned-and-operated station in Indianapolis is unveiling a brand new look, with newer and smoother graphics, a new music package and a slightly modified set that was based on WWOR's package last year.

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    WUXP to have new look

    WUXP-TV, the UPN-owned television station for the Greater Nashville area is unveiling a brand new look, with brand new graphics and a newer set to match WWOR's graphics package from last year.
     
    Chapter 609: July 2019 (Part 2)
  • Time Machine renewed

    ABC is renewing Million Dollar Time Machine for another year, promising that another set of players could be returned for the year 2020. They hope that old-fashioned prices would be back for another time.

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    CBS got renewed

    CBS is renewing their modern Now You See It, Card Sharks and TattleTales for another year, hoping all things to get it right for the first time and had higher hopes that every missed viewer who wanted to return to the show.

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    Game renewals

    The WB is renewing their freshman game shows, which are once powerful, Bingo, Tic-Tac Dough and Dice Fever for another year, hoping in to capitalize on the success of any television show ever.

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    WMYO to get new look

    WMYO, the UPN station for Greater Louisville is getting a new look for its news department with its new modified set, newer graphics based on WWOR's package and a new music package also modeled on the UPN O&O package.

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    WGNT to have new look

    WGNT, the UPN television station for the Greater Norfolk area is unveiling a brand new look with its news department, for a newly modified set, brand new graphics and even a brand new music package modeled on WWOR.
     
    Chapter 610: August 2019 (Part 1)
  • Fox plays back pinball

    Fox is renewing The Pinball Game again, for another year. This show, started in 2015, went on to gain critical acclaim for being an accurate representation of pinball, where it succeeded like an effort failed 40 years earlier.

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    UPN spins the whammy

    UPN is avoiding the whammy by getting early season renewal for Press Your Luck, which went on to be America's #1 UPN game show for the summer since 2009, which gained widespread commercial attention.

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    NBC renewing Blockbusters

    NBC is doing a renewal of Blockbusters. The new version, started in 2011, gained widespread attention for having a million dollar top prize, unlike the 1980s, where game shows have five-digit prizes.

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    WPIX to have new look

    Following on the footsteps of WGN, WPIX is unveiling a brand new look, still branded as "New York's Very Own", with newer graphics and an updated music package in order to target more viewers.

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    WGNX to unveil new look

    After the footsteps we followed on WPIX and WGN, Atlanta station WGNX is unveiling a brand new look, referred to as "Atlanta's Very Own", with newer graphics and a new music package by 615 Music in order to follow in line with the other WB O&Os.
     
    Chapter 611: August 2019 (Part 2)
  • New telenovelas

    Fox is giving them a new telenovela next month that was set for debut. These are The Four Seasons: Part 3, the third installment in the four-part Four Seasons saga, and Chances, a show about wives getting the chance.

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    TNT to get project in development

    TNT (Turner Network Television) is getting a new action-adventure crime drama that was in development for 2020. Among them was a project Rewards, a crime drama about former thieves who had earned them a reward.

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    Is the new season full of heroes and adventure?

    The 2019-2020 TV season would be full of action/adventure and superhero programming, so UPN and The WB were tied into co-owned properties of Archie Comics and DC Comics, which are very popular.

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    KTLA to have new look

    KTLA, the WB owned-station for the Greater Los Angeles area is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a brand new music package to put all of the emphasis in line with the other WB O&Os.

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    KWGN to have new look

    KWGN, the WB network-owned station for the Denver market is unveiling a brand new look in order to go in line with flagship station WGN, with brand new graphics and even a newer music package to put viewers and audiences.
     
    Chapter 612: September 2019 (Part 1)
  • UPN Fall Preview

    UPN is giving them fall previews for The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew and two sitcoms Love and the Family and Wives in the House, which would be extremely popular for the UPN television audience to bigger viewers.

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    The WB Fall Preview

    The WB is giving fall previews of newer shows The Lost Boys, and two sitcoms Getoff Together and Husband Couples, plus a revamped version of the Batwoman concept from last season to tease all audiences.

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    Archie superhero to have show

    After an attempted failed this season, UPN is retooling The Comet for another season, in its next development slate. Series said to be a spin-off from another UPN Archie-adapted show The Mighty Crusaders.

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    KEWB to have new look

    KEWB, the WB network owned-and-operated station in Oklahoma City was unveiling a new look, with brand new graphics, and a new custom music package "Oklahoma City's Very Own", by 615 Music in order to put it towards the viewers.

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    WEWB to have new look

    WEWB, the WB network owned-and-operated station for the Capital District (Albany/Schenectady/Troy) was unveiling a new look, with newer graphics and even a new custom music package "The Capital District's Very Own" by 615 Music in pattern with the other WB O&Os.
     
    Chapter 613: September 2019 (Part 2)
  • Hastings got the greenlight

    Hastings Entertainment has giving them the greenlight for a witch series Witchlight, a show all about bewitched women who was encouraged in a witchcraft, whose ability is that they had to spell our goal.

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    NightVision greenlits first show

    NightVision is greenlighting their first adult show Fantasy Dream, which is an adult program about their dreams from the fantasy and into the future, which will be excited for NightVision employees.

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    All money collected

    All money is collecting for Hastings' first game show reboot, You Don't Say. The last attempt at reviving the classic game show format was briefly on ABC in 2009, but it will never catch on in the ratings.

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    KPLR to have new look

    KPLR, the WB television station for the Greater St. Louis area is unveiling a new look, with brand new graphics, a new music package and a new set, based on the set designed for WGN-TV in Chicago.

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    KCWB to have new look

    KCWB, the WB network station for the Greater Kansas City area is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a new music package based on that of WGN-TV in Chicago and the other WB affiliates.
     
    Chapter 614: October 2019 (Part 1)
  • Strong debut

    UPN is giving them stronger premieres for The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Love and the Family and Wives in the House, four of the strong showing premieres for UPN, the new network designed for a young adult audience.

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    The WB to premiere

    The WB is premiering a reworked version of Batwoman, along with The Lost Boys, Getoff Together and Husband Couples, which will be the number one show among the teenage audience The WB we got.

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    Midseason order

    UPN is getting a midseason order for Star Trek: Picard, a sequel series to the 1987-94 syndicated show Star Trek: The Next Generation, in an expanding growth of UPN's Star Trek television franchise.

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    WINQ to have new look

    WINQ, the WB television station for the Greater West Palm Beach television market is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics to match those of WGN and a custom music package "South Florida's Very Own" by 615 Music.

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    WBZL to have new look

    WBZL, the WB television station for the Greater Miami/Fort Lauderdale area is getting a new look with a brand new music package also used by WINQ, "South Florida's Very Own" as well as a graphics package based off of WGN.
     
    Chapter 615: October 2019 (Part 2)
  • Two UPN shows draws on merchandise

    UPN's hit programs Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys is drawing on their merchandising tools, with their tie-in comic book series from Archie Comics, as well as tie-in merchandise from Hasbro, and their T-shirts.

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    New game show prepped

    A new game show for UPN is prepared for midseason. Called Board Elimination, it was a reimagining of the late 80s Paramount-produced game show Wipeout, where all players had to win over $1,000,000 in cash.

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    More streaming shows

    UPN+, the streaming service owned by Paramount Pictures is launching a Star Trek animated show that was slated for 2020, in order to cash-in on the reputation of the hit Star Trek film and TV franchise.

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    KPWB to get new look

    KPWB, the WB television owned-and-operated station in Sacramento is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a custom music package by 615 Music, entitled "Sacramento's Very Own" to follow in line with the other WB O&Os.

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    WBDC to unveil new look

    WBDC, the WB network owned station for Greater Washington, D.C. and its Baltimore satellite WMJF is unveiling a brand new look, called "WB 39/54" and the new custom music package was "Washington's Very Own" and a new graphics package.
     
    Chapter 616: November 2019 (Part 1)
  • Full season order

    The WB is giving them a full season order for The Lost Boys, as well as Getoff Together and Husband Couples, two of the big sitcoms that reinvent the success of what The WB is doing with the old sitcom format.

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    Hastings to get premiere

    Hastings Entertainment is getting a January 2020 premiere date for the new revival of the 90s sitcom Caroline in the City, which was originally on NBC, and starred actress Lea Thompson. Sony Pictures is producing.

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    UPN's full season order

    UPN is giving them an 22-episode full season order for both The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, as well as Love and the Family and Wives of the House, two of the black-oriented UPN sitcoms that gave back to success.

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    WNDY to have new look

    WNDY, the WB affiliate for the Greater Indianapolis area is unveiling a new look, with a new slogan, and a new music package "Indianapolis' Very Own", and newer graphics package that mimics that of WGN.

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    WLVI to get new look

    WLVI, the WB television station for the Greater Boston area, as well as Providence satellite WWPR is unveiling a new look, with brand-new graphics, and a new updated version of the longtime "Newswire" theme used by the station.
     
    Chapter 617: November 2019 (Part 2)
  • WTVD to have new look

    WTVD, the ABC television station in Raleigh/Durham, N.C. is opting to go for a simpler direction, with a new graphics package, and a new music package in order to put even more simpler viewers to the audience.

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    WMAL-TV to have new look

    WMAL-TV in Washington, D.C. is unveiling a brand new look, with new simpler graphics and a new music package to be aligned in line with WTVD, the other ABC network owned-and-operated station.

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    CBS returns to gaming

    CBS is returning to do newer seasons of Match Game and Treasure Hunt, two of the popular game show revivals from the 1970s and 1980s, hoping it as a good way to get these shows back on the air.

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    The WB is playing again

    The WB is playing their games once again with The Chessmaster, based on the highly successful and critically acclaimed video game series, and a new season, about two teams of checkmates, who wants to get their luck again.

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    Fox to revive two games

    Fox is working on a new season of the two 21st century revivals of the hit game shows Name That Tune and The Pyramid, two of the hit game shows that was immediately popular in the 1970s and the 1980s.
     
    Chapter 618: December 2019 (Part 1)
  • The Comet reworked

    The Comet, a project reworked from the 2019-20 television season is now in its 2020-21 development slate on the UPN list, as a second backdoor pilot would be shown on UPN's Archie show The Mighty Crusaders.

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    Trek universe expanding

    Star Trek, the longtime Paramount franchise is planning on to expand it towards the new streaming lines of UPN+ and Nickelodeon, two of UPN's sister properties. Among them was an upcoming Nickelodeon Star Trek project.

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    Archie meets Star Trek?

    Archie Comics is planning on to do a comic book by early 2020. It was Archie meets Star Trek, and it was about the gang of Riverdale High meeting in the class of the USS Enterprise towards the future.

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    KSWB to unveil new look

    KSWB, the WB affiliate for the Greater San Diego market is unveiling a brand new look, with upgraded graphics to mimic that of WGN, as well as a new music package, entitled "San Diego's Very Own" by 615 Music.

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    WDWB to unveil new look

    WDWB, the WB television owned-and-operated station for the Greater Detroit area is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a new custom music package by 615 Music, "Detroit's Very Own" and a modified news set.
     
    Chapter 619: December 2019 (Part 2)
  • Fox telenovelas arrive

    The new Fox telenovelas are on the way, which are Secret Snow III, the third and final iteration in the Secret Snow trilogy, and Believe is Wondering, a show about how do you believe in their wondering.

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    New lineup

    A new lineup of The Mighty Crusaders merchandise is arriving from Hasbro, as well as a new comic book franchise from Archie Comics, which was proven successful in the last few years, and led a potential 2020 spin-off The Comet.

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    Finalization

    The IDW/Archie merger has been officially finalized, it was announced a year earlier, costing $1.6 billion, which is the most complete comic book transaction. Viacom still owns both the IDW and Archie lines.

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    KTVT to have new look

    KTVT, WB's Dallas television station is unveiling a brand new look, with brand new graphics, a brand new music package "Dallas' Very Own" by 615 Music and a new modified set modeled on that of WGN.

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    KSTW to have new look

    KSTW, WB's Seattle/Tacoma television station is unveiling a brand new look, with a new music package by 615 Music, entitled "Seattle's Very Own", a modified set and newer graphics that set the standard for other WB affiliates.
     
    Chapter 620: January 2020 (Part 1)
  • CBS returns

    CBS is returning to the game show business with new seasons of the hit game shows Match Game and Treasure Hunt, two of the strongest CBS-appealing shows to hit its mark last decade to be promising.

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    FOX is back

    Fox Broadcasting Company is returning to the game show business with the debut of new season premieres of The Pyramid and Name That Tune, two of the biggest-promising game shows now on its way to the 21st century.

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    The WB plays again

    The WB is playing again to The Chessmaster, a new season of the most popular WB show that was introduced a decade ago, as well as a 10th anniversary retrospective and had high hopes to play it again.

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    WVTV to get new look

    WVTV, the WB television station for the Greater Milwaukee area is unveiling a brand new look, with newer graphics and a newer custom music package by 615 Music, called it "Milwaukee's Very Own".

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    KHWB to get new look

    KHWB, the WB-owned television station that covered the Greater Houston television market is unveiling a new look with brand new packages and a new 615 Music-composed music package, "Houston's Very Own".
     
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