Dukes of Hazzard airing on CMT

Watch Dukes of Hazzard on TVDukes of Hazzard News: CMT will be airing episodes of The Dukes of Hazzard on July 10, July 15, and July 25. This continues the tradition of random, unpredictable programming by CMT when it comes to airing the Dukes. Here are the details:

Thurs July 10: 2 Dukes of Hazzard episodes airing back-to-back, starting at noon eastern.

Tues July 15: Mini-marathon! 6 Dukes of Hazzard episodes in a row starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern.

Fri July 25: 4 Dukes of Hazzard episodes starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern.

The episode mix includes late-season groaners like “Robot P. Coltrane” and “Strange Visitor to Hazzard.” Mercifully, they’re not airing on the same day. There’s also some good eps you won’t want to miss: “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Duke” and “Go West Young Dukes” and “Cale Yarborough Comes to Hazzard.”  Check your cable listings to confirm local airtimes!

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Dukes of Hazzard News: Dukes airing on CMT

The Dukes of HazzardCMT is airing the Dukes of Hazzard again…sort of! The Dukes schedule is wild and random.

Many fans on our Facebook page, Dukes of Hazzard County, have reported that their own cable TV schedules don’t jive with CMT’s posted schedule.

CMT seems to be making these programming decisions last-minute. On the plus side, they are now airing a wider variety of Dukes of Hazzard episodes.

Here’s what CMT is offering up, per their website:

Wed June 25: Dukes of Hazzard episodes at noon and 1 p.m. eastern

Sun June 29: Dukes binge marathon, starting at 2 p.m. eastern and running through the wee hours of Monday June 30, last episode airing at 7:00 a.m. Monday.

From there, it starts getting weird. Tues, July 1 shows the Dukes of Hazzard airing at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. Yes, just when you got the idea it would be on at night…HA! This is CMT we’re talking about.

But then Wed, July 2 shows the Dukes on at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m, but again in the afternoon, starting at noon. Folks, sometimes we miss the days when there were three freaking TV channels and a couple of UHF stations, and TV schedules behaved themselves. The CMT schedule changes like the weather, and we’ve got about the same ability to predict it. Which is zilch. As always, stay tuned, and check your local listings!