My TV Debut on Lifetime’s “This Time Next Year” Has Been Delayed Due to The Olympics: Forget February 20th, Awaiting New Air Date…

In case you’re planning on watching me attempt to find my doppelganger on that Campbell’s Go soup package on the new Lifetime show, “This Time Next Year”, please note that the network has changed the date of my episode:

It will no longer be airing on February 20th, as The Olympics would serve as direct competition to viewership. Therefore, I am currently waiting to hear from The Lifetime Network on when the official new air date will be. Stay tuned to my blog, as you can imagine I will immediately advertise the new date of Episode 6 of “This Time Next Year”.

I predict the soonest that the new air date would be is March 7th. I know for a fact that my episode has not been delayed by only one week, as Lifetime’s schedule online shows that Married at First Sight will be airing February 27th, which is the week after the date my episode was supposed to air originally.

My episode is the season finale of Season 1 of “This Time Next Year”. So while mine is the last to air, I am grateful Lifetime made the executive decision to change the original air date to make sure it doesn’t get overshadowed by the Olympics.

I am so excited to be able to share my experience with everyone in America. Just imagine what it would be like if you had one year to find and meet your doppelganger. Imagine what it would take and what it would be like if you actually accomplished your mission.

And of course, the whole journey is documented over the course of that year.

If nothing else, hey, I got to meet celebrity host Cat Deely!

I suppose once I see the official description of my episode of Lifetime’s website, the new air date will be confirmed. You better believe l will share it here on my blog.

Just a few more weeks…

Cat Deeley’s “This Time Next Year” Premiers January 16th on the Lifetime Network

Tomorrow, Tuesday January 16th, is the premiere of the American version of “This Time Next Year“, hosted by Cat Deeley; who is also known as the host of So You Think You Can Dance.

If you have access to the Lifetime Network, you can see the very first episode tomorrow when it comes on at 9 PM Eastern Time, which is 8 PM Central Time.

The show documents the journeys of Americans who had a personal goal they were trying to reach over the course of a year. Each hour long episode features stories of several different people or families.

I can tell you for a fact (for some mysterious I am not officially permitted to declare yet) that this is going to be an amazing show!

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll be glad you watched it.

So, for now, I highly recommend you get familiar with the show, because perhaps later on in the series, you’ll have a special reason to especially watch a certain episode.

But as for tomorrow, January 16th, as you can see on the schedule for Lifetime on their website, here’s a little preview about the very first episode:

This Time Next Year

  • S1| E1
  • The Impossible Is Possible NEW
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Host Cat Deeley welcomes people who make a commitment to life changing yearlong goal whose results the audience will see instantly. A young man who pledges to walk again after a tragic car accident has left him in a wheelchair, a couple who has suffered through 15 years of infertility, a woman struggling to lose a 100 pounds, a middle aged housewife aspiring to be a body builder, and a man willing to give his fiance his own kidney for her life saving transplant so they can live happily ever after.

Stay tuned to Family Friendly Daddy Blog for more details, hopefully in the very near future, about the intriguing new television program premiering on the Lifetime Network.