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lead-out

(lēd′out′)
n.
A program, as on television, scheduled to follow another: "[Viewers] also stay around for the 11:30 movie lead-out" (Edwin Diamond).
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Outside of Sunday lead-out "The Practice," net has been unable to take advantage of "Millionaire," which has become older, more rural and more downscale than anything else on ABC's sked.
I'm pleased for Cav but with his sprinting talent and Columbia's lead-outs he should have won the green jersey.
Although the series has fun spoofing the past (starting with the size of cellphones) and appears more compatible with "Heroes" than the string of lead-outs that died in its timeslot last season, the show will need to get its bearings soon if it wants to maintain its hold on this reality.