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Scoop! Friday Moves to Monday!
Studio 60 is getting sacked by Friday Night Lights. At least temporarily. Sources confirm that NBC is handing Studio 60's Monday/10 pm time-slot over to FNL on Oct. 30 for what I'm told is a one-night experiment. But, let's face it, if FNL performs better than Studio 60 - and that bar has been set pretty darn low - we may be looking at the birth of a Monday night football franchise on NBC. All told, this is a great vote of confidence for FNL and an ominous bit of foreshadowing for Aaron Sorkin's struggling drama. Thoughts?
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