8 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for prime time.
|Monday, September 4, 2017||3D||8:00-11:00 p.m. on TV||Tracy Gray|
|Monday, May 29, 2017||63A||When TV viewership peaks ... or a hint to 17-, 24-, 36- and 53-Across||Jeff Chen and Seth Geltman|
|Monday, May 2, 2016||18A||8:00-11:00 p.m., TV-wise||Paula Gamache|
|Sunday, May 22, 2011||84D||Heyday||Bob Klahn|
|Wednesday, July 9, 2008||37D||*It follows the evening news||Tim Wescott|
|Saturday, August 26, 2000||17A||News preceder, often||A. J. Santora|
|Friday, June 9, 1995||1A||Evening hours||A.J. Santora|
|Wednesday, May 18, 1994||19A||From 8 to 11||Daniel R. Stark|
8 results for PRIMETIME from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Wednesday, August 14, 1991||9D||Certain TV hours||Eugene T. Maleska||Maleska|
|Thursday, March 7, 1991||34D||When most TV sets are on||Eugene T. Maleska||Maleska|
|Monday, July 6, 1987||18A||When most people watch TV||Louis Sabin||Maleska|
|Thursday, December 4, 1986||4D||Watchful hours?||Mary M. Murdoch||Maleska|
|Tuesday, August 10, 1982||10D||8 P.M.-to-11 P.M. on the tube||Joel D. Lafargue||Maleska|
|Monday, June 4, 1979||52A||TV term||Herb L. Risteen||Maleska|
|Sunday, January 23, 1972||111A||TV evenings||Nancy S. Ross||Weng|
|Monday, September 25, 1967||62A||Certain TV hours.||Eileen Lexau||Farrar|