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President Barack Obama's address about the killing of elusive terrorist Osama bin Laden late Sunday night interfered with prime-time programming on both coasts.

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Although the President didn't speak until around 11:35 p.m. ET, most networks cut into their programming around 10:45 p.m. The interruption cut off the tail end of  CBS' CSI: Miami, NBC's Celebrity Apprentice and ABC's Brothers & Sisters on the East Coast.

Meanwhile, the West Coast missed out on NBC's America's Next Great Restaurant finale, and although CBS aired The Amazing Race and Undercover Boss late, CSI: Miami was pre-empted altogether. ABC, which stuck with the news coverage longer than the other networks, aired Desperate Housewives at 10 p.m. PT, followed by Brothers & Sisters.

Although an ABC rep said the network as yet has no plans to re-air its bumped shows, CBS and NBC will air repeats. CSI: Miami willl air Saturday, May 7 at 9/8c on CBS. Meanwhile, Celebrity Apprentice will air Friday, May 6 at 8/7c on CNBC, followed by Next Great Restaurant at 10/9c. 

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Of course, all of the episodes are currently available in our Online Video Guide. If you don't feel like waiting, check them out below.

America's Next Great Restaurant



Celebrity Apprentice



Desperate Housewives



Brothers & Sisters




CSI: Miami