Source: The WB, 3/1/00
Big schedule shakeup at the WB.
After getting clobbered at 8 p.m. Sundays, sophomore Felicity, starring the short
cropped Keri Russell, will move to the post-Dawson's Creek 9 p.m. Wednesday
slot, beginning April 5th.
In its current slot, following Seventh Heaven: Beginnings, Felicity has
averaged about four million viewers.
That's down 800,000 from last season, when Felicity ran on Tuesdays after
Sarah Michelle Gellar's hip hit Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Felicity ranks just
fifth among WB's prime demographic of 18 to 34-year-old women.
Roswell, the freshman sci-fi drama, moves to 9 p.m. Mondays (after the WB's top
rated Seventh Heaven), as of April 10. Popular reruns now fill the slot.
The revamped Roswell will emphasize "more sci-fi and alien elements,"
promises WB spokesman Brad Turell.
Still with us? The new Sunday lineup, as of April 2, begins at 8 p.m. with D.C.,
the new drama from Dick Wolf (Law & Order) about young Capitol Hill interns.
At 9, Movie Stars, with Harry Hamlin, returns for another shot. Ditto for
Selma Blair's Zoe at 9:30. They replace Jack & Jill, which will complete its
run of 19 original episodes March 19.
Thanks to Heather for transcribing this.