Russell Hantz’s A&E series delayed, moved to Saturdays

The debut of Flipped Off, Russell Hantz’s A&E series about house-flipping, has been delayed until later this month, and the show will now air on Saturday nights.

It was supposed to debut today, in the Monday at 10 p.m. timeslot usually held by Intervention, where A&E is instead airing a repeat of Beyond Scared Straight.

The show will debut April 28 at 9 p.m. ET, and be paired with another new series, Ramburg, about “a brawny group of hard-working, over-the-top Italian exterminators from Brooklyn who dress in camouflage.” On A&E’s web site, you can watch a trailer featuring Russell and his brother.

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