Mike & Molly: Third Season Finale Airs Thursday

mike & molly season finaleThe third season finale of Mike & Molly, which was originally scheduled to air on May 20th, will now be run this Thursday, May 30th, at 8:30pm.

The episode revolves around a tornado and CBS pulled it because it coincided with the big twister that ripped through Oklahoma.

Here are the details:


From CBS Entertainment…

The third season finale of MIKE & MOLLY has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 30 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

In the episode, Mike and Carl get stuck working at the Renaissance Faire as a tornado approaches Chicago. Gerald McRaney guest stars as Police Captain Patrick Murphy, Mike’ s boss. Jim Beaver guest stars as Dwight.

What do you think? Do you plan on tuning in? Do you think CBS did the right thing by delaying this episode?

2 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Scott says

    I think the tornado disaster was just a coincidence and not the reason for the reschedule. I watched the episode via a Canadian broadcast which did air last Monday and there was a very interesting difference between that episode and the one that aired in the U.S. last night. In the Canadian episode at the end after Mike tells Molly about the Ostrich deal with Vince she tells him he needs to be more responsible with their money because she is pregnant. The US version quickly and awkwardly cuts from him to them hugging and then tree smashes the window.
    I think the CBS powers that be decided last minute to re-edit and push the pregnancy reveal to next season, but forgot to cancel the International broadcasts that night.

  2. Craig says

    I think that people producing TV shows and movies have to learn not to write a plot around a natural disaster during the season for that kind of natural disaster. There are numerous examples of shows having to be rescheduled because a real disaster happened just before the show was to air. Do the tornado show during the winter.

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