27 Jan 2017 16:54
When Grey's Anatomy returns from its production break on Monday 6 February at 19h30 the show will no longer be broadcast Express from the US. This means that the usual Express slot (Saturdays at 01h00) will fall away.
In recent weeks several prime time international series on M-Net took unexpected production breaks. Consequently, some series will now end on a later date than originally planned and these unforeseen changes also impacted our Express from The US service.
While the new season of Grey's Anatomy launched in the US on Thursday, 26 January the medical show can only start on M-Net in prime time on Monday 6 February once the final episode of Notorious has been screened on Monday 30 January.
If Grey's Anatomy were brought to viewers Express from the US, the prime time and Express screenings would have been far apart, leading to a confusing viewer experience.
For the upcoming year, M-Net is planning a bumper-to-bumper, best-of-the-best prime time schedule and in certain cases it will have implications for the Express from the US screenings. Keep an eye on the EPG and mnet.tv for the latest schedules and updates.
More activity at TVSA Central
You browser doesn't have Flash, Silverlight, Gears, BrowserPlus or HTML5 support.