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In the fall of 1982, USA began operating on a 24-hour-a-day schedule, running a mix of talk shows, children's shows, and a low-budget movie from a.m. as part of the USA Cartoon Express block, with sports programming airing after p.m., which were rebroadcast during the overnight hours.
Weekends featured a mix of movies, some older drama series and talk shows during the morning hours, and sports during the afternoons and evenings.
In one case, the channel picked up Airwolf for 58 off-network episodes, while commissioning 24 new episodes without the original stars.
One tradition on USA was an afternoon lineup of game show reruns mixed in with several original low-budget productions that aired over the years.
By 1989, the network ran game shows Monday through Fridays from to p.m. In January 1989, USA debuted USA Up All Night, a showcase of low-budget feature films that aired as part of its weekend overnight schedule.
Up All Night became a cult favorite among viewers for the comedic wraparound segments that were usually shown during breaks leading into (and sometimes, out of) commercials and between films that were hosted by comedian Gilbert Gottfried and model/actress Rhonda Shear, the latter of whom had replaced original co-host Caroline Schlitt in 1991.
Though this program was discontinued on March 7, 1998, late-night movie telecasts on USA continued to be branded under the "Up All Night" banner until 2002.
As of September 2018, USA Network is available to about 90.4 million households (98% of households with pay television) in the US.
(not to be confused with the New York City-area regional sports network of the same name now simply known as MSG).