24 October, 2011

Geek Furious EXCLUSIVE: CHUCK Scheduling Scoop!

Here is the current schedule that is making its way around the super secret fake insider realm. When you reference these dates, please cite your source and link back here. Thanks site owners and writers!

5.01 - Chuck vs. the Zoom - 28 October, 2011
5.02 - Chuck vs. the Bearded Bandit - 4 November, 2011
5.03 - Chuck vs. the Frosted Tips - 11 November, 2011
5.04 - Chuck vs. the Business Trip - 18 November, 2011
5.05 - Chuck vs. the Hack Off - 9 December, 2011
5.06 - Chuck vs. the Curse - 16 December, 2011
5.07 - Chuck vs. the Santa Suit - 23 December, 2011
5.08 - Chuck vs. the Baby - 30 December, 2011
5.09 - Chuck vs. the Kept Man - 6 January, 2012
5.10 - Chuck vs. Bo - 13 January, 2012
5.11 - Chuck vs. the Bullet Train - 20 January, 2012
5.12 - Chuck vs. Sarah - 27 January, 2012
5.13 - Chuck vs. the Goodbye - 27 January, 2012



22 comments:

  1. Nice! Now I can plan accordingly.

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  2. My brother's birthday is December 2nd so... I guess we won't be celebrating with CHUCK. Instead, it is apparently some big money retailer special!

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  3. Should we read anything into the Christmas episode having no title yet? Or is it being kept under wraps.

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  4. It is probably Chuck vs. the Jill Situation where she comes back having given birth to Chuck's baby boy. They apparently had time to sex it up between missions.

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  5. If 5.07 *is* the Xmas episode, they'll probably double it up. I don't think they'd air it on the 23rd, so close to the holiday. Then again, they don't exactly care about Chuck enough in this last season to schedule it on non-holidays, I suppose, since it's gonna air no matter what… but still.

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  6. To put an accent on the break between episodes...

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  7. US schedulers really have no care for their audience when they consistently leave such gaps between episodes. Ridiculous.

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  8. I've heard that even the Brits will put shows on hiatuses for "bank holidays".

    The break on Thanksgiving weekend doesn't hurt any show. Many people, like myself, are in another city for the weekend. We usually go out on the town as a contrast to the "in home" experience that is the day before.

    They are doing me a favor by not running Chuck that night.

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  9. Yeah, it's not like anyone is watching TV on Black Friday anyway. They are either shopping or sleeping from too much shopping.

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  10. If there is a single network that runs an original scripted series on Black Friday, I will be shocked.

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  11. I checked last year. Only three scripted shows ran on Black Friday--Blue Bloods, Smallville, Supernatural.

    All were repeats. So, I think I meant "new episodes".

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  12. Really excited that there is going to be a Christmas episode!

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  13. My guess would be there will be some doubling-up of episodes, because I would imagine they want to keep the Chuck finale right where it is: Super Bowl Weekend. Either Grimm will have been cancelled by then or it will be popular enough where NBC tries it on another night, perhaps Mondays at 9.

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  14. Do you know, if this is still accurate? Because @scifivision tweeted this:

    Chris Fedak of #Chuck says ep 7 is a Christmas ep but airing after Christmas #NBC

    Which would be too bad, because I would have loved to watch that on the 23rd.

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  15. Could be that they decided to move it. Schedules are ever changing.

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  16. Aw man! They're taking a 2 week break? *sigh*

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  17. and the 27th Jan is it really the last episode of CHUCK ever? é_è

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  18. Yes... final episode ever. Well, final episodes, since they will run both 5.12 and 5.13 that night.

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  19. 2-week break, Talitha, though we will wait three weeks, technically, between episodes. However, there will be no break after that. A straight sprint to the end from there, not even pausing for Christmas or New Year.

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