Talk:Fall 2006 Grid (USA)
- I put those tables on the bottom, probably where they should go anyway, since that's where I am when I want to change grids and going back to the top can be annoying. It's not the best situation, so if you come up with something better go right ahead. --Ryvius 14:37, 15 May 2006 (EDT)
Revert to Historical?
Isn't it about time for this to serve as a historical grid, i.e. what the schedule was at the beginning of the season? (And yeah, I know that these days the beginning of the season isn't clear cut...) --Davidscarter 22:58, 25 October 2006 (EDT)
Well I figured it's more useful as an historic record in it's current form it's listing what aired when not just what aired for a couple weeks in September. It's a full record of the grid for the entire season not just one month. I mean there's some shows that never even aired together on a day and others that will not be listed as having started in the late fall. --The-jam 23:42, 25 October 2006 (EDT)
- That does however put it at odds with what has been done with all the previous Fall season grids, which are what the fall schedules were at the beginning of the season (as well as IIRC the Winter 2006 grid). Of course these days the networks change their schedules around so fast it can make ones head spin... --Davidscarter 20:30, 4 November 2006 (EST)
- Well the fact that we don't have the data to do this for older seasons doesn't mean we shouldn't start. The fact that this data doesn't exist on the internet is a good reason to start compiling it. We didn't have the vision to start last year and in fact the fall grid last year was treated as the current grid until like November when it was reverted back to historical. Also in the past the network's fall schedules were much less fluid everything basically premiered during the same week and if a show was cancelled no new shows were premiered until January or March. On NBC's Wednesdays this fall Kidnapped and the comedies never aired together and Medium and the comedies never will either. There is no real way of making it what the grids were at the beginning of the season any more. The-jam 12:34, 6 November 2006 (EST)
I made this page the grid through Thanksgiving since the networks seem to be treating that as a sort of season cut-off and it bumps a bunch of shows premiering the last 3 days of Novemeber that probably make more sense on the Winter Grid. -The-jam 17:45, 16 November 2006 (EST)