Tanner Stransky
January 08, 2010 AT 04:32 PM EST

Rumors continue to fly, but it looks like NBC is going to pull back on its big experiment with putting The Jay Leno Show at 10 p.m. and move the former Tonight Show host back to 11:35 p.m. At least, that’s the word on the street right now. The chain reaction would likely move Conan O’Brien’s The Tonight Show back to 12:05 a.m. and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon would shift to 1:05 a.m.

All this could be happening as soon as March, as a post-Olympics present. But, the question remains: What’ll fill those five hours of programming that Leno leaves behind? There are lots of options, ranging from reality programming that NBC may be sitting on to more Dateline to reruns of shows on the network or the network’s sister cable channels. If you had to pick from those, oh viewer, what would you want to see at 10 p.m. on NBC (at least until the network can get some dramas into production)? Tell us in our poll below!

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