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The US Open Men's Final tennis match has been rescheduled to today -- and some CBS affiliates across the country will air the match instead of Ellen.

We are working hard to make sure you don't miss the show; so keep checking back, and we'll update the list as we know more.

The following stations may not be airing Ellen today:

Nashville -- Ellen will air in Nashville at 2 PM today

San Antonio -- KENS-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th, at 3 PM.

Harrisburg -- WHP-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Greensboro -- Ellen will air an hour earlier, at 3 PM.

Fresno -- KGPE-TV will not air Ellen only if the US Open Match exceeds 3 hours.

Little Rock

Roanoke -- WDBJ-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, September 14th at 4 PM.

Huntsville -- The season premiere episode will air on the digital channel, WHNT-DT today at 4 PM.

Waco -- KWTX-TV will air the season premiere episode tonight at 12:37 AM.

Burlington -- WCAX-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Reno

Traverse City -- WWTV-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Medford -- KTVL-TV will not air Ellen only if the US Open Match exceeds 3 hours.

Palm Springs -- KPSP-TV will not air Ellen only if the US Open Match exceeds 3 hours.

Erie -- WSEE-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Terre Haute

Minot

Gainesville -- WGFL-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Ada-Sherman, TX

Watertown

Meridian

Twin Falls -- KMVT-TV will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 4 PM.

Alpena -- WBKB-TV will air the season premiere episode at 3 AM.

Glendive -- KXGN will air the season premiere episode tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th at 3 PM.

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