"Hee Haw" reruns join Don Imus on RFD-TV

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David
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RFD-TV Bringing Back Hee Haw
Vintage episodes of variety show to anchor rural-targeted cable
network's Sunday-night lineup.
By B&C Staff 

Variety show Hee Haw will return to a regular weekly television slot
for the first time in more than 10 years on rural-targeted cable
network RFD-TV.

Vintage episodes will anchor the network’s Sunday-night lineup at 8
p.m. (EST) and repeat Monday mornings.

Hee Haw debuted on CBS June 15, 1969, as a summer replacement for the
Smothers Brothers Show and it ran for more than 20 years.

Country-music stars who made guest appearances included George Jones,
Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Tammy
Wynette and Hank Williams Jr.

“Hee Haw should be of particular interest to RFD-TV viewers, as this
classic show, by far, has been the No. 1 request to be added to our
program lineup for the past three years,” RFD-TV founder and president
Patrick Gottsch said in a statement.
                                            
Ronnie
That network is just so fascinatingly *alien*. It's a whole different 
world.