‘General Hospital’ November 20, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA For Most Time Zones

‘General Hospital’ November 20, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA For Most Time Zones

Hey, “General Hospital” fans. We have some unfortunate news for you guys in this article. Apparently, today was a very serious session for the Donald Trump impeachment hearings because ABC preempted today’s November 20, 2019 episode in most of the United States time zones.

ABC finally ended their coverage at around 3 pm central standard time, which means you guys on the West Coast probably still got to see today’s November 20, 2019 episode.

We do know for a fact that it was preempted in all the other time zones in the USA. We think the people up in Canada got to see the new episode. As far as we know, none of the episodes have been preempted in Canada.

Today’s impeachment hearings featured LIVE testimony from US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland. His testimony took place in the early morning sessions.

Then when the afternoon rolled around, Defense Department official Laura Cooper and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale were called up to present their individual testimonies, and things got pretty heated at one point.

Donald Trump himself even made a response to the impeachment hearings, which was also aired. Today’s hearings must have been super compelling because all three of the major networks: ABC, NBC and CBS were totally deadlocked on them.

They didn’t do the usual thing where they switched back and forth between the hearings and regular scheduled programming. Oh, no, no, no. They were glued to these hearings for a hefty duration of the day.

Tomorrow, there is another impeachment hearing session scheduled. It will reportedly feature testimony from Fiona Hill. She’s a former National Security Council staffer.

All we can tell you is if the impeachment hearings end early tomorrow, it’s highly likely the soap operas will air. We’ll just have to play it by ear because we never know how long these individual impeachment hearing sessions will last until they’re actually over.

The most reliable info we can give in regards to watching the preempted episode is to watch it on ABC’s website or app when they get it posted. They usually post them either later on the same day or the next day.

It’s unclear to us how each ABC affiliate channel will handle the preemption. Some of them try to show it later on in the day, the next day, or just not at all. So, the only guaranteed way is to watch it on ABC’s website or app. That would be my personal game plan.

Spoiler warning:

Coming up on General Hospital, Jason is going to go ahead and turn to Jason for help at some point. We will see Nina return to Valentin and Charlotte.

There’s supposed to be a huge confrontation that takes place between Jacks and Nina in the November 21, 2019 episode. So, look out for that very intense scene.

Sometime next week, we will see Franco pay Monica a visit. How will she react? That’s a huge question for that plotline. In the November 26, 2019 episode, expect to see Laura and Jax have a big moment that will totally and utterly shock the living daylights out of them!

Expect to see Julian resort to taking some very drastic measures to get done what he feels he needs to accomplish. That’s scheduled to happen in the Thursday, November 28, 2019 episode.

That’s right, guys. General Hospital will air on Thanksgiving day. So, get ready for all of that, provided that there are no more special news reports.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “General Hospital” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

General Hospital usually airs every Monday through Friday at 1 pm central standard time on ABC.

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