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Just curious. This past Sunday, Madam Secretary's season finale didn't start on time. DirecTV's sked had it starting at 9, but the previous show (NCIS?) ran for about another half hour or so. So, of course, I only recorded half the show. I expect it'll be repeated at some point, so I'll be able to get back up to speed eventually, but does anyone know why this happened? And was it only out here on the West Coast?
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  06-18-2018, 06:18 AM
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If you still need this, I can probably acquire the episode.

Broadcasting is rife with errors. Just a fact of life when working in broadcast studios. It's a fast paced environment, made worse in the past 2 decades by going digital-only. It's often more tech than video.
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