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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.
If such a delivery can be said to have a silver lining, it's this: Wonderland's weak anchor performance didn't appear to have inflicted too much damage to lead-outs
Grey's Anatomy (2.6) and Scandal (3.3).
I'm pleased for Cav but with his sprinting talent and Columbia's lead-outs
he should have won the green jersey.