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ABC Fall Line-up: REVENGE Moved to Sundays! NASHVILLE to Debut on Wednesdays!



At the ABC Upfronts presentation today in New York,  the network will announce and reveal their fall line-up to advertisers.  For nighttime soap fans there is one interesting change.

The hit series, Revenge which presently airs on Wednesday nights at 10PM EST/PST will move to Desperate Housewives slot of the past eight seasons,  Sunday Nights at 9PM.  Revenge’s  new lead-in will now be the hit series, Once Upon A Time.

However, the new Connie Britton and Jonathan Jackson nightttime sudser, Nashville will debut in Revenge’s current slot of Wednesday nights at 10PM EST/PST.   Nashville’s lead-in will be the new series, Neighbors, which focuses on the residents of the community of Hidden Hills.

Are you looking forward to the second season of Revenge and Jonathan Jackson’s new starring vehicle, Nashville? Let us know!

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Nope… I just keep looking for ABC to announce the return of “One Life To Live”

I was going to say no to but you beat me to it, I also want one life to live back, Forget these other shows.

I stand with you, Brian, but I do not think we will receive what we want.

I am glad REVENGE is moving to Sundays. With HOUSEWIVES and CSI: MIAMI gone, and perhaps THE GOOD FIE off to a new night, Sunday is competitive. REVENGE is my choice.

This ain’t gonna happen.


So sad to hear this! Sunday night is where tv shows go to die! I can appreciate that ABC wants to build an audience for Nashville by putting after Modern Family and its family of hit sitcoms, BUT not at the expense of Revenge, please!! Revenge is not a show that should be shown in the still pseudo-family friendly hour of 9PM. I fear the network may push creator / head writer Kelly to mellow out the show to match the new day and time and that will seriously jeopardize the show’s integrity and will drive away its loyal audience. Please, ABC, if you send Revenge to die after the bs you pulled with your daytime line-up….well, I wouldn’t want to be you.

No Sunday is not where tv shows go to die, it is the Friday night slots and Saturday (when a lot of people are out and not sitting home watching tv) …Sunday is a very big TV night. Shows have stayed on that night for years and receive big audiences.

I too wait to hear One Life to Live is coming back. I think Revenge will do just fine on Sunday Night at 9pm, it already has a fan base so there should be no ratings dip.

I can’t wait to see Jonathan Jackson in his new sexy role with the added bonus of hearing him sing. I’ve always thought for a long time that he is just one of those elite actors that deserves more than acting in a soap, that his special talent was being lost on most of the night time viewers and boy oh boy are they in for a treat something us GH fans have been blessed to witness. Good luck JJ I’ll be watching.

I think this is a stupid move. ABC had a strong line-up with The Middle, Suburgatory, Modern Family, Don’t Trust The B in Apt. 23 and then the incredibly good Revenge…..I absolutely hate it, when networks take a hit show and start moving it around to another night. What in the Hell is wrong with ABC?! Do they want their shows to fail? Now instead of beating all the competition on Wednesday night, they will move to Sunday where there are tons of great programs on other networks that they will have to compete with. Here are the names of just a few that Revenge will now have to compete with……Nurse Jackie, The Big C, The Killing, Game of Thrones…..just another bad move by ABC.

Revenge has many followers and is strong enough to stand against any show.
What ABC needs to do is give GH a great lead-in.
Lead-ins are very important and GH has the failed Revolution for its’ lead-in, terrible.

No doubt. GH would raise its’ numbers with a good lead-in..

My point exactly…..why mess with success? I know it has a strong following…..I’m one of those people that loves this show, but I find when networks start moving shows around, they risk the chance of losing viewership, because the show is now in a different swimming pool, swimming with other sharks. I just don’t think it’s a chance worth taking.

How about OLTL for a lead-in for GH? How about giving FV/RC two hours for combining OLTL and GH? How about ABC going back in time and fixing the stupidest mistake every made in daytime when it canceled OLTL?

I read that this is Revenges last season/then it will done/over….
So, it would make no difference if it goes to Sunday night..

YES DAVID YES. Why can’t we wake up from the nightmare of no OLTL? I am dying to know what all was gonna happen on there that we will never know. IT WAS SO GOOD.

The killing and Game of Thrones are on at differen’t times than Revenge will be- but hopefully it wont come on until the walking dead season ends because that is the same time slot.

Both, The Killing and Game of Thrones air at 9pm/ 8 CST on Sundays….I know this because I watch one and DVR the other

Yes sorry…They are both on at 11 too I didn’t know it was replay as I watched and recorded other shows at 9 then watched those later on, Thanks :)…but that is a good thing for people who want to watch revenge and record something else at 9 then watch or record the other shows when they repeat 🙂

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Jonathan Jackson Reunites with Stars from ‘Nashville’ for New Tour Across the UK

He won five Daytime Emmys as General Hospital’s Lucky Spencer and now actor and musician, Jonathan Jackson is scheduled to head to the United Kingdom this fall, when he reunites with some of the cast of the former ABC primetime music city drama, Nashville.

Jackson shared on his Instagram, “This has been in the works for a while, and I’m thrilled to announce that the NASHVILLE cast and I are reuniting for a special UK tour this October. I’m excited about this!”


On Nashville, Jonathan Jackson starred for six season as Avery Barkley before the series concluded in the summer of 2018, after it moved from ABC to CMT for its final two seasons.

Joining Jonathan on the Nashville reunion tour are his former co-stars Clare Bowen, Charles Esten, and Sam Palladio. The fab four will play shows in Glasgow, Birmingham,  London, and Cardiff, as they tour the UK.

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If you are in the UK and wanted to get your tickets early, the presale is already underway.  The general sale tickets will become available tomorrow on Thursday, March 9, beginning at 9:30 a.m.  Go to Gigs and to purchase.

With GH’s 60th anniversary just a few weeks away, do you wish somehow Jonathan Jackson was brought back just for even a little while to reprise his role as Lucky? Would you like to see the ‘Nashville’ tour here in the states? Comment below.


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GL and ‘Nashville’ Alum Hayden Panettiere Loses Her Younger Brother Jansen at 28-Years-Old

Just devastating news to report on Monday evening.  Hayden Panettiere’s (ex-Lizzie, Guiding Light, ex-Juliette, Nashville) younger brother Jansen Panettiere has died at only 28-years-old.

According to TMZ,  Jansen died over the weekend in New York.  His cause of death is not available, but there was no foul play suspected in Jansen’s death.  Police responded to a call and came to a residence at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday where they found Jansen.

As with his sister, Jansen was deep into his acting career and was only five years younger than Hayden.

Throughout his career he appeared in Even Stevens, The X’sTiger CruiseRacing StripesThe Martial Arts Kid, The Walking Dead, Major Crimes, and the holiday film Love and Love Not.

Less than 3 weeks ago, Jansen shared an adorable picture on his Instagram with his hair being cut by his big sister, Hayden.

Jansen is survived by Hayden and their parents, Lesley Vogel and Skip Panettiere.

Send your love and condolences to Hayden and her family on the sudden passing of Jansen via the comment section below.

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Ex-Nashville and GL’s Hayden Panettiere’s Boyfriend Arrested After Allegedly Punching Her

More upsetting news involving former ABC and CMT’s Nashville star (Ex-Juliette Barnes), Hayden Panettiere.  According to various reports, the actress was punched by her boyfriend Brian Hickerson with a closed fist in an incident that occurred in Wyoming, over the Valentine’s Day weekend.  He was arrested around 2:30am on February 14th.

According to TMZ: the police report said that Hayden revealed that she and Brian were in their bedroom when he started throwing her around and punched her.  The Teton County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a disturbance at a private residence. That caller said an intoxicated male was locked out of the home because he punched his girlfriend in the face.

Pantierre’s face was red and swollen, and she also had a scrape and swelling on her left hand; which she believed came from Hickerson’s watch during the altercation.  Deputies then decided to book Hickerson for domestic battery. He was also hit with a second charge of interfering with a police officer for allegedly refusing to identify himself.

Things looked like they had taken a turn for the better before the incident, noting that the couple moved past another altercation previously from 2019.  That case was dismissed, although he has left red marks on Pantierre’s body, because they could not find a “material witness”.

Hayden and Brian have been dating since 2018.  Daytime fans remember first seeing Hayden as a young Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light.  She played Juliette on Nashville from 2012-2018.

So what do you think about the latest incident involving Hayden? Comment below.

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