‘The Drew Barrymore Show’: Where to watch, what time and more
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
“The Drew Barrymore Show” is expected to debut nationally Sept. 14, 2020.
The show is being syndicated by CBS Television Distribution, which means it will be sold to different stations in different markets.
Despite it being produced by CBS, this means it won’t always be on local CBS stations.
Thanks to its corporate ties, CBS affiliates are being encouraged to air it, particularly in major markets where CBS owns the local affiliate.
In some cases, the show is also repeating on CW affiliates later in the day or on digital subchannels of CBS owned stations (CBS also owns The CW).
That said, it’s also being aired on local ABC and NBC affiliates in many markets, so the best way to find out what station is airing it is via the show website.
Many stations are airing the show at 2 p.m. local time, though this varies greatly. Same day repeats often air either in the evening or overnight.