Talk:List of Super Bowl lead-out programs

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Merging pages[edit]

It has been suggested that the List of Super Bowl lead-out programs be merged with Post-Super Bowl television shows. The lists are essentially the same, but both articles have completely different references. I propose that both articles be merged into a new page, titled List of Post-Super Bowl television shows, with the information and references from both articles. Fortdj33 (talk) 20:14, 20 October 2009 (UTC)

Update[edit]

There is an article on zap2it.com "best and Worst Post Superbowl Tv." at http://www.zap2it.com/news/custom/photogallery/tv/la-et-post-super-bowl-tv-shows-pg,0,6725304.photogallery This could complete the ratings table more.--Cooly123 23:49, 5 February 2010 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Cooly123 (talkcontribs)

Hard Copy[edit]

I question that Hard Copy was the national leadout for whichever year it is listed. The program was nationally syndicated, but not a CBS program, so it may have been syndicated after the Super Bowl for a local market but not every market. This particular fact may be original research. Guroadrunner (talk) 08:10, 26 June 2010 (UTC)

Raid on Entebbe - Wonderful World of Disney???[edit]

Someone needs to fact check the 1977 entry, which says the ultra-violent made-for-TV film Raid on Entebbe, a dramatization of a famous terrorist event, aired as part of the Wonderful World of Disney. There is no way that in 1977 - at a time when Disney refused to release anything stronger than G-rated material - that this film would have aired under its banner. Preempted as a TV event, very likely, but not a Disney broadcast. On top of everything else, Raid on Entebbe was produced by 20th Century Fox, not Disney. 68.146.70.124 (talk) 23:13, 25 February 2014 (UTC)

Highest Rated Post Superbowl show[edit]

The article text says that "Undercover boss" was the highest rated post Super Bowl show, whereas the Jennifer Anniston picture says the post Super Bowl "Friends" is the highest rated ever. Someone please reconcile this. DaBjork (talk) 22:54, 7 October 2014 (UTC)