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After being moved five times in its first six seasons, M*A*S*H finds a home, Mondays at 9pm.

Sunday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC The Hardy Boys Battlestar Galactica The ABC Sunday Night Movie
CBS 60 Minutes All in the Family Alice Kaz Dallas
NBC The Wonderful World of Disney Centennial Lifeline

Monday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Lucan ABC NFL Monday Night Football
CBS The White Shadow M*A*S*H One Day at a Time Lou Grant
NBC Little House on the Prairie NBC Monday Night at the Movies

Tuesday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Happy Days Laverne & Shirley Three’s Company Taxi Starsky and Hutch
CBS The Paper Chase The CBS Tuesday Night Movies
NBC Grandpa Goes to Washington The Big Event

Wednesday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Eight Is Enough Charlie’s Angels Vega$
CBS The Jeffersons Good Times The CBS Wednesday Night Movies
NBC Dick Clark’s LIVE Wednesday NBC Wednesday Night at the Movies

Thursday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Mork and Mindy What’s Happening!! Barney Miller Soap Family
CBS The Waltons Hawaii Five-O Barnaby Jones
NBC Project UFO Quincy, M.E. David Cassidy: Man Under Cover

Friday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Donny & Marie The ABC Friday Night Movie
CBS The New Adventures of Wonder Woman The Incredible Hulk Flying High
NBC Diff’rent Strokes Who’s Watching the Kids The Rockford Files The Eddie Capra Mysteries

Saturday 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Welcome Back Kotter Carter Country The Love Boat Fantasy Island
CBS Rhoda Good Times The CBS Saturday Night Movies
NBC CHiPs various Weekend

ABC: Welcome Back Kotter and Operation Petticoat ran Mondays at 8-9pm for a few weeks before Apple Pie bombed on Saturday at 8:30 (Carter Country had been at 8pm Saturday).

CBS: Mary bombed at 8-9pm Sundays, so the other shows were pushed up one hour to make room for Dallas at 10pm, on October 15, The CBS Saturday Night Movies replaced The American Girls at 9-10pm and Dallas in November. The White Shadow replaced the sitcoms at 8-9pm Mondays. Good Times replaced In the Beginning on December 13.

NBC: The Big Event, 8-10pm, and Lifeline, 10pm. David Cassidy: Man Under Cover replaced W.E.B. on November 2. Diff’rent Strokes replaced The Waverly Wonders on November 3. Weekend replaced Sword of Justice in November.

Credit: Wikipedia

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