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TV Seasons

1998

1998/99 – ER was #1 on NBC Thursday.

Note: Any BOLD shows were cancelled in 1998 season; Smart Guy was cancelled in the third season.

Anniversary:

America’s Funniest Home Videos celebrated ten years on ABC.

Hard Copy celebrated ten years in syndication; their last.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 celebrated ten years on cable.

The Simpsons celebrated ten years on FOX

The George Michael Sports Machine celebrated fifteen years on TV.

Jeopardy celebrated fifteen years in syndication.

Larry King Live celebrated fifteen years on CNN.

Showbiz Today celebrated fifteen years on CNN.

Supermarket Sweep celebrated ten years on TV.

The Tonight Show celebrated forty–five years on NBC.

Biggest New Hit: Jessie was #5 on NBC Thursday; tied with last season’s biggest new hit, Veronica’s Closet. This top 20 hit sitcom didn’t have a long life; it lasted for two longest years of my life! Christine Applegate is best known for Married With Children as Kelly Bundy for eleven years.

British Ties:

Payne was based on the popular John Cleese classic series, Fawlty Towers. This was CBS' second attempt. The first one was the failed 1983 Bea Arthur sitcom, Amanda's.

Whose Line Is It Anyway was based on Whose Line Is It Anyway; the British version was on for ten years, 1988-1998. Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood sometimes appeared on the British version.

Death:

Gene Siskel took a lead of absence from the series; he had a brain tumor. Siskel & Ebert continued on with guest critics in Siskel's absence. He unexpectedly died from complications of the surgery on February 20, 1999. His last movie he viewed was the 1999 Sarah Michelle Geller movie, Simply Irresistible.

Suddenly Susan's David Strickland committed suicide in a hotel room in Las Vegas on March 22, 1999.

Japanese Ties: The Big Moment was based on The Happy Family Plan Show.

Movies 2 TV:

The Crow: Stairway To Heaven was based on the 1994 Brandon Lee movie, The Crow. Brandon was accidentally killed during the production of the movie on March 31, 1993.

The Net was based on the 1995 Sandra Bullock movie.

Total Recall 2070 was based on the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger/Sharon Stone movie, Total Recall.

Name change:

Flipper to Flipper: The New Adventures.

The Late Late Show With Tom Synder to The Late Late Show With Craig Killborn in March 1999.

Siskel & Ebert to Roger Ebert & The Movies. Roger continued to use guest critics till a replacement come aboard.

The Return:

Ricky Schroder returned to TV after an eleven-year absence. He was previously on the 1980’s show, Silver Spoons. He joined NYPB Blue to replace Jimmy Smits; Ricky did a wonderful job on NYPD Blue. He’s also well known for Lonesome Dove in 1989 and the 1993 sequel. His first starring role was the 1979 movie, The Champ. Another well-known child actor, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saved By The Bell, replaced Ricky in 2001 on NYPD Blue.

Lorenzo Lamas returned in a failed series, Air America, after a one-year absence. He was previously on Renegade and the short-lived cartoon, Invasion America on WB.

Flipper returned to PAX after a year absence. He was previously in syndication for two years.

Nickelodeon revived Are You Afraid Of The Dark for two more seasons in February 1999. It was on for seven seasons. Daniel De Santo returned as Tucker, the new leader for The Midnight Society. Tucker is the brother of Gary, the original Midnighter.

Love Connection returned to syndication after a three–year absence. This time, it only lasted for one season.

Spin Off:

Crusade from Babylon 5.

Highlander: The Raven from The Highlander.

60 Minutes II from 60 Minutes. Dan Rather (CBS Evening News) was one of the correspondents.

Sons Of Thunder from Walker, Texas Ranger. Trent Malloy and Carlos Sandova formed a fledging detective agency, Thunder Investigations.

Switch Networks:

For Your Love went from NBC to WB.

Supermarket Sweep went from Lifetime to PAX.

Tidbits:

Ellen opened the door for gay leading roles on network TV; Here comes Will & Grace, one of the most beloved comedies. This show doesn’t have one, but two lead roles in Will & Jack. Will, the gay lawyer, lived with his ex girlfriend, Grace. Karen works for Grace and, Jack, he’s anything but boring. Jack and Karen steal the show. Let the gay old times begins.

8 tracks. Disco music. Bell-bottoms. Pong. Lava lamps. Pet rock. Star Wars. Welcome to That 70’s Show. You want to groove with them and be a part of “the circle.” The year begun in 1976. For the next eight years, they were stuck in the 70’s till the last episode, where they party one last time on New Year’s Eve 1979.

Oh, Boy! I can't wait for The Big Moment. I could win $25,000. Wow! The money was very exciting. Man, I really need the money. I would do anything to get that kind of money. I got bills to pay, food to buy and, most of all, reunite with my long lost family! But, first, I need my chance for The Big Moment. Then again, I could humiliate on national TV. What to do? What to do?

Craig Kilborn left The Daily Show to replace Tom Synder on The Late Late Show. John Stewart replaced Craig Kilborn on The Daily Show. Craig's first episode was on March 29, 1999.

Joey Travolta, Don Swayze and Frank Stallone are the real brothers of John Travolta, Patrick Swayze and Sylvester Stallone. They played themselves on Movie Stars.

Power Play was a Canadian series. UPN picked it up after the first Canadian season. It was cancelled after two episodes.

 

1998/99 Fall Season

One Season (1998/99)

Charmed – 1998–2006, WB, fantasy, Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano

Felicity – 1998–2002, WB, drama, Keri Russell, Scott Foley

The King Of Queen – 1998–present, CBS, comedy, Kevin James, Leah Remini

The Hughleys – 1998–2000, ABC; 2000–2002, UPN, comedy, D.L. Hughley

Martial Law – 1998–2000, ABC, police comedy/drama, Sammo Hung

Seven Days – 1998–2001, UPN, sci-fi, Jonathan LaPaglia

7th Heaven Beginnings reruns – 1998–2000, WB, drama, Stephen Collins

Sports Night – 1998–2000, ABC, comedy, Felicity Huffman, Robert Guillaume

That 70’s Show – 1998–2006, FOX, comedy, Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher

Will & Grace – 1998–2006, NBC, comedy, Eric McCormick, Debbie Messing

 

Cancelled TV Series

The Army Show – WB, comedy, David Anthony Higgins

The Brian Benben Show – CBS, comedy, Brian Benben

Brother’s Keeper – ABC, comedy, William Ragsdale

Buddy Faco – CBS, detective, Dennis Farina, Charles Robinson

Conrad Bloom – NBC, comedy, Mark Feuerstein, Linda Lavin

Costello – FOX, comedy, 4 episodes, Sue Costello

Cupid – ABC, fantasy, Jeremy Piven

DiResta – UPN, comedy, John DiResta

Encore! Encore! – NBC, comedy, Nathan Lane

Fantasy Island – ABC, romantic drama, Malcolm McDowell

Guys Likes Us – UPN, comedy, Bumper Robinson

Holding the Baby – FOX, comedy, Sherri Shepherd

Hyperion Bay – WB, drama, Mark-Paul Gosselaar

LA Doctors – CBS, medical drama, Ken Olin

Legacy – UPN, serial drama, Grayson McCouch

Living In Captivity – FOX, comedy, 6 episodes, Kira Arne

Maggie Winters – CBS, comedy, Faith Ford

Mercy Point – UPN, sci-fi/medical drama, 3 episodes, Joe Morton

The Secret Diary Of Desmond Pfeiffer – UPN, comedy, 4 episodes, Chi McBride

The Secret Lives Of Men – ABC, comedy, Bradley Whitford

To Have & To Hold – CBS, drama, 9 episodes, Jason Wiles

Trinity – NBC, drama, 4 episodes, Kim Raven, Tate Donovan, John Spencer

Two Of A Kind – ABC, comedy, Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen

Vengeance Unlimited – ABC, detective, Michael Madsen

Wind On Water – NBC, drama, 2 episodes, Bo Derek, Lee Horsley

 

10 out of 35 new series SURVIVED for 1999/2000

ABC – 3/9, The Hughleys, Martial Law & Sports Night

CBS – 1/6, The King Of Queens

FOX – 1/4, That 70’s Show

NBC – 1/5, Will & Grace

UPN – 1/6, Seven Days

WB – 3/5, Charmed, Felicity & 7th Heaven Beginnings

 

Mid season shows

Becker – November 1998–2004, CBS, comedy, Ted Danson, Terry Farrell

Dilbert – January 1999–2000, UPN, cartoon, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliot

Family Guy – April 1999–2002, May 2005 – present, FOX, cartoon, Seth MacFarlane, Seth Green

Futurama – March 1999–2003, FOX, cartoon, Billy West, Katey Segal

It’s Like, You Know – March 1999–2000, ABC, comedy, Jennifer Grey

Movie Stars – July 1999–2000, WB, comedy, Harry Hamlin, Jennifer Grant

The Norm Show – March 1999–2001, ABC, comedy, Norm MacDonald, Laurie Metcalf

The PJs – January 1999–2000, FOX; 2000–2002, WB, cartoon, Eddie Murphy, Ja'net DuBois

Providence – January 1999–December 2002, NBC, serial drama, Melina Kanakaredes

60 Minutes II – January 1999–2005, CBS, newsmagazine, Dan Rather

World's Most Amazing Videos – March 1999–2001, NBC, reality, Stacey Keach

Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane – January 1999–2000, WB, comedy, Selma Blair

 

Cancelled Mid Season Shows

America's Greatest Pets – UPN, animals, Jules Sylvester

Animals Are People Too – PAX, animal reality, Alan Thicke

Animorphs – Nickelodeon, sci fi, Shawn Ashmore

The Big Moment – ABC, audience participation, Brad Sherwood

Everything’s Relative – NBC, comedy, 4 episodes, Jeffrey Tambor

Family Rules – UPN, comedy, 6 episodes, Greg Evigan

Home Movies – UPN, cartoon, Brendon Small

Katie Joplin – WB, comedy, 5 episodes, Parker Overall, Jay Thomas

Little Men – 1998–2000, PAX, drama, Michelle Rene Thomas

Payne – CBS, comedy, 8 episodes, John Larroquette

Power Play – UPN, drama, 2 episodes, Michael Riley

Redhanded – UPN, audience participation, Adam Carolla

Rescue 77 – WB, medical adventure, 8 episodes, Richard Roundtree

Reunited – UPN, comedy, 6 episodes, Julie Hagerty

Sons Of Thunder – CBS, detective drama, 6 episodes, Marco Sanchez

Strange World – ABC, detective drama, 3 episodes, Tim Guinee

Thanks – CBS, comedy, 6 episodes, Cloris Leachman

Turks – CBS, crime drama, 13 episodes, William Devane

Vanished – ABC, documentary, 6 episodes

 

Cable

Any Day Now – 1998–2002, Lifetime, drama, Annie Potts, Lorraine Toussaint

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? – February 1999–2000, Nickelodeon, supernatural anthology, Daniel De Santo

Celebrity Home And Hideaways – TNN, magazine, Martina McBride

The Chimp Channel – TBS, comedy, Eugene Roche

Cousin Skeeter – 1998–2000, Nickelodeon, comedy

Crook And Chase Tonight – TNN, magazine, Lorianne Crook, Charlie Chase

Crusade – TNT, sci fi, Gary Cole

The Cut – MTV, talent, Lisa Lopes

The Famous Jet Jackson – 1998–2001, Disney, comedy, Lee Thompson Young

First Wave – March 1999–2001, Sci Fi, sci fi, Rob LaBelle

Flipper: The New Adventures – 1998–2000, PAX, adventure, Whip Hubley

I Can't Believe You Said That! – Fox Family, quiz, John Salley

Life, Camera, Action – Fox Family, comedy, Kristen Eykel

Maggie – Lifetime, comedy, Ann Cusack

Mike, Lu & Og – May 1999–2000, Cartoon, cartoon, Nancy Cartwright

The Net – USA, drama, Brooke Langton, Tim Curry

The New Addams Family – Fox Family, comedy, John Astin

Oh Baby – 1998–2000, Lifetime, comedy, Cynthia Stevenson, Jack Coleman

Ohh, Nooo! Mr. Bill Presents – Fox Family, comedy, Walter Williams

Rock Candy – VH1, comedy

Sex And The City – 1998–2004, HBO, comedy, Sarah Jessica Parker

Show Me The Funny – Fox Family, comedy, Stephanie Miller

So Weird – January 1999–2001, Disney, fantasy drama, Mackenzine Phillips

Strangers With Candy – April 1999–2000, Comedy Central, comedy, Amy Sedaris

Total Recall 2070 – Showtime, sci fi, Michael Easton

Welcome To Paradox – Sci Fi, sci fi anthology, Michael Phillip

The Wild Thornberrys – 1998–2003, Nickelodeon, cartoon, Tim Curry

 

Syndication

Change Of Heart – 1998–2003, syndicated, dating, Chris Jagger

The Crow: Stairway To Heaven – syndication, adventure, Mark Dacascos

Highlander: The Raven – syndication, Elizabeth Gracen

The Howard Stern Radio Show – 1998–2001, syndication, talk, Howard Stern

Love Connection – syndication, audience participation, Pat Bullard

Mortal Kombat: Conquest – syndication, fantasy, Daniel Bernhardt

Motown Live – 1998–2000, syndication, musical variety, Robert Townsend

Russell Simmons' Oneworld Music Beat – 1998–2000, syndication, music/interview, Kimora Lee

V.I.P. – 1998–2002, syndication, adventure, Pamela Anderson

 

Two Seasons (1997/98)

Alley McBeal – 1997–2002, FOX, legal comedy/drama.

Behind The Music – 1997–2003, VH1, documentary

Between Brothers – 1997/98, FOX; 1999, UPN, comedy

Candid Camera – February 1998–2000, CBS; Jan 2000–2004, PAX, humor

Celebrity Deathmatch – May 1998–2002, MTV, puppets

Cow And Chicken – 1997–1999, Cartoon, cartoon

Dawson’s Creek – January 1998–2003, WB, drama

Dharma & Greg – 1997–2002, ABC, comedy

Disney's Honey, I Shrunk The Kids – 1997–2000, syndicated, comedy/sci fi

Earth: Final Conflict – 1997–2002, syndication, sci-fi

For Your Love – March–May 1998, NBC; 1998–2002, WB, comedy

Fox Files – July 1998–1999, FOX, newsmagazine

Getting Personal – April 1998 – Sept/Oct 1999, FOX, comedy

Guinness World Records: Primetime – July 1998–2001, FOX, audience participation

Journey Of Allen Strange – 1997–2000, Nickelodeon, adventure

Kids Say The Darndest Things – January 1998–2000, comedy

Lateline – March 1998–1999, NBC, comedy

Love Boat: The Next Wave – April 1998–1999, UPN, comedy

The Magnificent Seven: The Series – January 1998–1999, CBS, western

Mounties – 1997–2000, syndication, police documentary

New Attitudes – March 1998–1999, Lifetime, magazine

News Thursday Night – January 1998–1999, ABC, newsmagazine

Nightman – 1997–1999, syndication, adventure

Oak Ridge Boys Live From Las Vegas – April 1998–1999, TNN, variety

Pensacola: Wings Of Gold – 1997–2000, syndication, military drama

The People's Court – 1997–present, syndication, courtroom

Soldier Of Fortune, Inc. – 1997–1999, syndication, adventure

South Park – 1997–present, Comedy Central, cartoon

Stargate SG–1 – 1997–2002, Showtime; 2002–2007, Sci Fi, sci fi

Two Guys, A Girl & A Pizza Place – March 1998–2001, comedy

Whose Line Is It Anyway? – Summer of 1998–2004, ABC, comedy/quiz

Wild Things – 1997–2000, syndication, wildlife documentary

Win Ben Stein's Money – 1997–2003, Comedy Central, quiz

World’s Funniest – 1997–2000, FOX, comedy

World’s Wildest Police Videos – April 1998–2001, FOX, police documentary

Working – 1997–1999, NBC, comedy

 

Three Seasons (1996/97)

Access Hollywood – 1996–present, syndication, magazine

America's Dumbest Criminals – 1996–2000, syndication, comedy/police

Angry Beavers – April 1997–2001, Nickelodeon, cartoon

Buffy, The Vampire Slayer – March 1997–2001, WB; 2001–2003, UPN, supernatural

Clueless – 1996/97, ABC; 1997–1999, UPN, comedy

Cosby 1996–2000, CBS, comedy

Daria – March 1997–2001, MTV, cartoon

Early Edition – 1996–2000, CBS, fantasy/adventure

Everybody Loves Raymond – 1996–2005, CBS, comedy

Fired Up – April 1997–1998, NBC, comedy

The Jamie Foxx Show – 1996–2001, WB, comedy

Just Shoot Me – March 1997–2003, NBC, comedy

Kenan & Kel – 1996–2000, Nickelodeon, comedy

La Femme Nikita – January 1997–2001, USA, adventure/espionage

Loveline – 1996–2000, MTV, advice

Malcolm and Eddie – 1996–2000, UPN, comedy

Millennium – 1996–1999, FOX, police drama

The New Adventures Of Robin Hood – 1998–1999, syndication, adventure

PSI Factor: Chronicles Of The Paranormal – 1996–2000, syndication, supernatural

Pacific Blue – 1996–2000, USA, crime drama

The Practice – March 1997–2004, ABC, legal drama

The Pretender – 1996–2000, NBC, sci-fi

Profiler – 1996–2000, NBC, police drama

Promised Land – 1996–1999, CBS, adventure

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch – 1996–2000, ABC; 2000–2003, WB, comedy

7th Heaven – 1996–2006, WB; 2006–present, CW, drama

Smart Guy – April 1997–1999, WB, comedy

Spin City – 1996–2002, ABC, comedy

The Steve Harvey Show – 1996–2002, WB, comedy

Suddenly Susan – 1996–2000, NBC, comedy

Viper – 1996–1999, syndication, police drama/sci-fi

 

Four Seasons (1995/96)

Caroline in the City – 1995 –1999, NBC, comedy

The Daily Show – July 1996–present, Comedy Central, comedy

The Drew Carey Show – 1995–2004, ABC, comedy

JAG – 1995/96, NBC; 1996–2005, CBS, legal drama

King Of The Hill – January 1996–present, FOX, cartoon

LAPD: Life On The Beat – 1995–1999, syndication, police documentary

Life And Times Of... – January 1996–2001, Nashville, biography

Mad TV – 1995–present, FOX, comedy

Moesha – January 1996–2001, UPN, comedy

The Naked Truth – 1995/96, ABC; January 1997–1998, NBC, comedy

Nash Bridges – March 1996–2001, CBS, police drama

The Outer Limits – 1995–2001, Showtime; 2001/02, Sci-Fi Channel, sci-fi

Poltergeist: The Legacy – 1995–1998, Showtime; 1999, Sci Fi, sci fi

Remember WENN – January 1996–1998, AMC, comedy/drama

Save Our Streets – 1995–1999, syndication, informational

The Sentinel – March 1996–1999, UPN, sci-fi/police drama

3rd Rock from the Sun – January 1996–2001, NBC, comedy

 

Five Seasons (1994/95)

All That – December 1994–2000, Nickelodeon, comedy/variety

Chicago Hope – 1994–2000, CBS, medical drama

Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist – May 1995–1999, Comedy Central, cartoon

ER – 1994–present, NBC, medical drama

Entertainers With Byron Allen – 1994–present, syndication, celebrity talk

Extra – 1994–present, syndication, news/gossip

Friends – 1994–2004, NBC, comedy

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys – January 1995–2000, syndication, adventure

The Late Late Show With Tom Synder – January 1995–1999, CBS, talk

NewsRadio – March 1995–1999, NBC, comedy

The Parent 'Hood – January 1995–1999, WB, comedy

Party of Five – 1994–2000, FOX, drama

Star Trek: Voyager – January 1995–2001, UPN, sci-fi

Touched by an Angel – 1994–2003, CBS, fantasy

The Wayans Bros. – January 1995–1999, WB, comedy

Unhappily Ever After – January 1995–1999, WB, comedy

 

Six Seasons (1993/94)

Boy Meets World – 1993–2000, ABC, comedy

Diagnosis: Murder – October 1993–2000, CBS, detective drama

Frasier – 1993–2004, NBC, comedy

Late Show With David Letterman – 1993–present, CBS, talk

NYPD Blue – 1993–2005, ABC, crime drama

The Nanny – 1993–1999, CBS, comedy

Prime Time Country – January 1996–1999, TNN, variety

Sister, Sister – April 1994–1995, ABC; 1995 –1999, WB, comedy

Politically Incorrect – January 1997–2002, ABC, comedy/talk

Rivera Live – February 1994–2001, CNBC, talk

The X Files – 1993–2002, FOX, fantasy drama

 

Seven Seasons (1992/93)

Fishin' With Orlando Wilson – January 1993–2000, TNN, fishing

Homicide: Life on the Street – January 1993–1999, NBC, police drama

Mad About You – 1992–1999, NBC, comedy

The Shadetree Mechanic – 1992–2000, TNN, instruction

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Jan 1993–1999, Syndication, sci-fi

Walker, Texas Ranger – April 1993–2001, CBS, crime drama

 

Eight Seasons (1991/92)

Baywatch – 1991–2001, Syndication, adventure

Dateline NBC – March 1992–present, NBC, newsmagazine

Home Improvement – 1991–1999, ABC, comedy

Melrose Place – July 1992–1999, FOX, soap

Silk Stalkings – 1991–1999, USA, crime drama

The Statler Brothers Show – 1991–1999, TNN, variety

Talk Soap – December 1991–2002, E!, comedy

 

Nine Seasons (1990/91)

Beverly Hills 90210 – 1990–2000, FOX, soap

Club Dance – April 1991–1999, TNN, dance

Law & Order – 1990–present, NBC, crime drama

 

Ten Seasons (1989/90)

America’s Funniest Home Videos – January 1990–1999, ABC, comedy

Hard Copy – 1989–1999, Syndication – weekdays, newsmagazine

Mystery Science Theater 3000 – February 1997–1999, sci fi, comedy

The Simpsons – Dec 1989–present, FOX, cartoon

Supermarket Sweep – April 1999–2003, PAX, quiz

 

Eleven Seasons (1988/89)

COPS – March 1989–present, FOX, police reality

Inside Edition – January 1989–present, syndication, newsmagazine

Later – 1996–2000, NBC, talk

Unsolved Mysteries – 1988–1997, NBC; April 1998–1999, CBS, public service

 

Twelve Seasons (1987/88)

America’s Most Wanted – April 1988–present, FOX, public service

48 Hours – Jan 1988–present, CBS, newsmagazine

 

Thirteen Seasons (1986/87)

Siskel & Ebert – 1986–1999, syndication, commentary

 

Fifteen Seasons (1984/85)

The George Michael Sports Machine – 1991–present, syndication, sports highlights

Jeopardy – 1984–present, syndication, game

Larry King Live – June 1985–present, CNN, discussion

Showbiz Today – 1984–2001, CNN, newsmagazine

 

Sixteen Seasons (1983/84)

Wheel Of Fortune – 1983–present, syndication, game

 

Eighteen Seasons (1981/82)

Friday Night – 1983–2000, NBC, music

Entertainment Tonight – 1981–present, Syndication, news/gossip

Late Night With Conan O'Brien – 1993–2009, NBC, talk

 

Twenty two Seasons (1977/78)

20/20 – June 1978–present, ABC, newsmagazine

 

Twenty four Seasons (1975/76)

Saturday Night Live – 1975–present, NBC, variety

 

Twenty nine Seasons (1970/71)

Monday Night Football – 1970–2006, ABC, sports

 

Thirty one Seasons (1968/69)

60 Minutes – 1968–present, CBS, newsmagazine

 

Forty five Seasons (1954/55)

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno – May 1992–2009, NBC, talk/variety

 

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