English version

rerun in Broadcasting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrerunre‧run1 /ˈriːrʌn/ noun [countable]  1 AMFTCBa film or television programme that is being shown again on television syn repeat We watched a rerun of ‘I Love Lucy.’2 AGAINsomething that happens in the same way as something that happened before syn repeat The government wants to avoid a rerun of last year’s crisis.
Examples from the Corpus
rerunIt was like a rerun of the reel in which my father was edited out.We watched a rerun of "The Brady Bunch."The shows may have been made aeons ago, but endless reruns have ensured kitsch classic status for information obsessives.The Constitutional Court ordered the Melilla rerun on the grounds of irregularities in the original voting.It turns out that not all Odyssey programs are network reruns.This is a process which may take a number of reruns to achieve what we would consider to be a satisfactory outcome.You mean we could have just sat on the couch and watched reruns to get the same level of cultural snobbery?I finally conked out at around four, in the middle of a Twilight Zone rerun.