Season delayed

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Terrorism Strikes America

September 15, 2001|By David Zurawik

The oft-changing plans of the networks for their new fall seasons now find NBC, ABC and CBS - the big three - in agreement at least: The start of the season will be delayed from Monday to Sept. 24. That means plans to begin 10 new series next week have been scrapped in the aftermath of terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.

The only network sticking with its plan to start a new series next week is Fox, which will premiere Undeclared, a series about college life, on Tuesday. Fox will also air the premiere of Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage, which had been slated to air last week, on Tuesday.

CBS will air one new series next week, Wolf Lake, which had been slated to make its debut last Wednesday.

WB, which pulled back on plans to start three new series last night, has not said when the sitcoms will air.

The Emmy awards, originally scheduled for tomorrow, will be broadcast Oct. 7.

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