Major First-Run Debuts for Fall ’06

Sep 11, 2006  •  Post A Comment

Hour-Long Weekday Shows

  • “Geraldo at Large” (Twentieth Television): Newsmagazine goes national after limited launch on Fox-owned stations in November 2005. Premiere: Sept. 11

  • “The Greg Behrendt Show” (Sony): Comedian and “He’s Just Not That Into You” author wants to be the daytime audience’s brother. Premiere: Sept. 12

  • “The Keith Ablow Show” (Warner Bros.): Psychiatrist and novelist Dr. Keith Ablow is a younger, hipper Dr. Phil. Premiere: Sept. 11

  • “The Megan Mullally Show” (NBC Universal): “Will & Grace” Emmy winner translates late-night comedy to daytime. Premiere: Sept. 18

  • “Rachael Ray” (King World): One-woman culinary empire interacts with real people, celebrities and live audiences. Premiere: Sept. 18

    Half-Hour Weekday Shows

  • “Cristina’s Court” (Twentieth Television): Telemundo personality makes the leap to the general-market courtroom. Premiere: Sept. 11

  • “Judge Maria Lopez” (Sony): Former Massachusetts judge joins the growing court genre. Premiere: Sept. 11