Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Testify, Aug 14, 2014.
This mean a new deal or just for the remaining time?
Huh, interesting. This will benefit me greatly, as watching both IW and NXT on Friday wasn't cutting it. Distributing stuff is always better.
Nice, I approve.
Meh. I'll adjust I suppose.
Unlike another company, the name of the program won't require a change.
This all depends, sometimes work requires a late stay. Scenarios such as that can't be quantified.
I'm not sure this will be good or bad for me, personally.
Doesn't really affect me in the UK as I assume Challenge will still air Impact on Sunday nights for me to record and watch the next day, but surely this means good news for a possible new deal with Spike; just need to really advertise this new change to ensure ratings don't drop too much from the 1.6 or so million they've been getting now during the adjusting period.
Horrible for me, that's when Suits & Arrow are on. There's nothing ever worth watching on Thursdays.
It's kind of insane. This is very short notice.
Perfect for me.
If you're implying about Smackdown, I wouldn't watch it live until it stops becoming a recap show. Although it has been better than RAW as of late.
Hardly, I was referring to general viewing. I was speaking in jest as I don't watch much actual television. I'd much prefer the internet where I can choose exactly what I want to watch when I want to watch it.
Oh shit, poor guy. Season 3 of Arrow vs this for you? Damn, I can only hope now that when all of my shows come back in the next few months, I won't have to record something like Marvel's Agents of SHIELD because it's on at the same time as Arrow.
My opinion is this is implying a new deal has been made betwen TNA and Spike, but idk it's just my opinion because if they were going away from Spike what does another month or maybe two on Thursday represent? It'd be pointless, so it leads me to believe TNA is staying on Spike for good, but we shall see as I said.
Also, next week's Impact is bound to have poor audience, imo, as this was announced on such short notice and barely promoted last night. All the promoting of it has been going on TNA website, twitter, facebook, wrestlers promoting it online and similar. If there is 1 million viewers next week, Iit'll be awesome. This rating system is obviously flawed and the numbers aren't actually accurate, but what can you do. Gotta live with them.
I also think this pretty much gives away that they either renewed it already or are very close to doing so.
They're probably going to move NXT.
while a big for this meaning a new TV deal, I wonder how relevant this move is since nobody watches both Impact and Smackdown.
Move NXT to Wednesdays? I'd dislike that
People need their wrestling fix, regardless of night.