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2008–2009 United States Network Television Schedule - Renewals and Cancellations - Cancellations
... ABC According to Jim – cast member Larry Joe Campbell announced in December 2008 that the sets had been bulldozed ... Boston Legal - On May 13, 2008, ABC announced that in the fall of 2008, Boston Legal would air its fifth and final season of 13 episodes ... Dirty Sexy Money - On November 20, 2008, ABC decided not to order further episodes for this current season resulting in the show being "effectively cancelled" ...
Wipeout (2008 U.S. Game Show) - History
... The series premiered on June 24, 2008, on ABC ... On December 8, 2008, ABC announced plans to counter-program NBC's Super Bowl game-day telecasts with a sports-star-studded episode of Wipeout, entitled "Wipeout Bowl" ... ABC subsequently announced that other themed episodes would appear in Season 3, including episodes featuring Ladies only and Families ...
One Life To Live - Series History
... On August 4, 2009, it was announced that One Life to Live, which taped in New York City, would move from ABC Studio 17 at 56 West 66th Street to Studio 23 at 320 West 66th Street, Manhattan ... On October 8, 2009, ABC announced that it had postponed the transition to HD for One Live to Live, citing the economic climate at the time, though an ABC ... ABC's picture disclaimers at the start of the program list it as being aired in "digital widescreen" rather than HD ...
The Knights Of Prosperity - Name Changes and Scheduling
... ABC announced the series for its fall schedule as Let's Rob.. ... ABC later announced that the program would be shelved and rescheduled for a January 2007 airdate due to the network now making another sitcom, Big Day, a priority for the Tuesday night schedule ... On November 9, 2006, ABC began running promos for the show in advance of its January airdate ...

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