graveyard slot


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graveyard slot

n
(Broadcasting) television the hours from late night until early morning when the number of people watching television is at its lowest
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ITV's notorious graveyard slot where programmes go to die.
45pm midweek graveyard slot, is alleged sitcom SunTrap, the show that makes you wish you were out of the country, which signalled its intentions with this humdinger: "There was me thinking you were jealous of Donald's relationship with his parrot.
30pm, a big change from the graveyard slot the Football League Show has had on the BBC , and will feature every goal.
00pm on Saturday nights instead of the graveyard slot favoured by the BBC over the past six seasons.
RONNY DEILA has blasted Sky TV bosses for shunting Celtic's title showdown against Aberdeen to the Sunday graveyard slot.
Scots Secretary Alistair Carmichael got the graveyard slot for his speech and faces the chop in the reshuffle.
Obviously hugely anticipated by Evertonians, despite its Sunday lunchtime graveyard slot, the clash also appeared to have caught the imagination of the wider football audience, so there was even more potential for it to be a let-down.
Discarded by a nation, the current fixture occupies the graveyard slot of Saturday afternoon at 3pm.
our tip 10pts on both teams to score [SM] key stat The League Cup meeting between these two had 12 goals Liverpool v Aston Villa 3pm Saturday WITH neither side setting the goalscoring charts alight this game is an early candidate for the graveyard slot on Match of the Day.
A full Commons debate is justified and discussion should not be relegated to a graveyard slot on a Friday.
Speaking about "Community's" pending move to the so-called graveyard slot on Friday nights, the palpably embittered Harmon said that the powers that be were sending a clear message about their plans for the show: "We're going to smother it with a pillow very quietly," Harmon said.
0 BEING relegated to the graveyard slot on Match of the Day was no surprise.