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AETN plans Thursday night broadcast of Downton Abbey

Posted By on Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 7:34 PM

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Fans of the popular PBS series "Downtown Abbey" who missed it Sunday night because weather disrupted the AETN signal from its Redfield tower take heart. Weather permitting, AETN will try again Thursday night.

AETN Executive Director Allen Weatherly writes:

Because of Sunday night's weather-related interruption of AETN programming
(2/22/15), the network will re-air the prime time schedule on THURSDAY,
2/26/15.

Pending any further weather interference viewers will see the following
prime time lineup on AETN on Thursday, 2/26/15.

7 pm - GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW (semi-final)

8 pm - Masterpiece Theatre Classic DOWNTON ABBEY

9:30 - Masterpiece Theatre Mystery GRANTCHESTER (finale) will be re-aired
this coming Thursday 2/26.

The shows is pre-empting (BBC Antiques Roadshow, DOC MARTIN and AGATHA
CHRISTIE'S POIROT will be scheduled at future dates to be determined.

Thanks for the patience and understanding.

I caught up a few minutes ago on Comcast On Demand. It was a fine setup for next week's finale.

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