2000/01 – Survivor: The Australian Outback was #1 on CBS Thursday.
Note: Any BOLD shows were cancelled in 2000 season; Beverly Hills 90210 was
cancelled in the tenth season.
Baywatch celebrated ten years in syndication; their eleventh season was their last.
Dateline NBC celebrated ten years on NBC.
Talk Soup celebrated ten years on E!
Entertainment Tonight celebrated twenty years in syndication.
Late Night celebrated twenty years on NBC.
Biggest New Hit: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was #13 on Thursdays. Really, CSI really premiered on a deadly Friday
night. CBS made a wise move and put it on Thursdays in February 2001. With Survivor & CSI, it was the beginning of the
end of NBC’s stranglehold on Thursday nights.
Dot Comedy was based on a British series.
First Years was based on the BBC series, This Life.
Trading Spaces was based on the BBC series, Changing Rooms. Ty Pennington was one of the carpenters on Trading Spaces.
Ty got his own show, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, in 2004 on ABC.
"The Queen Of Mean" Anne Robinson hosted the British version and the USA version, The Weakest Link. This was one of the
most brutal game shows ever. Don't me wrong. It was only play for laughs.
Death: Michael Cuccione died from complications stemming from Hodgkin's disease on January 13, 2001 in Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada. He turned sixteen on January 5, 1985. He was one of the stars of the parody band, 2Gether.
Movies 2 TV: Some Of My Best Friends was based on the 1997 Nick Scotti movie, Kiss Me Guido.
Name Change: Cursed to The Weber Show in December 2000.
Big Brother was based on Big Brother; it all begun in September 1999 and became a worldwide sensation. MTV’s The
Real World influenced Big Brother.
Chains Of Love was based Chains Of Love. The same people of Big Brother and Blind Date produced it.
Reruns: UPN showed Celebrity Death Match reruns for two months in 2001.
The Fugitive returned to TV after a thirty–three years absence in this updated version.
Primetime Live returned as Primetime Thursday after 20/20 went back to one night on Fridays. Thou, 20/20 Downtown continued
as a separated series.
Lorenzo Lamas returned to TV in a failed weekly series, The Immortal, after a one-year absence. He was previously on another
failed series, Air America.
America's Funniest Home Video returned to ABC with a new host, Tom Bergeron, after a year absence. The last hosts were
Daisy Fuentes and John Fugelsang from 1998–1999.
Jerry Orbach was in Law & Order and Encounters With The Unexplained.
Joely Fisher starred in two failed sitcoms, Grosse Pointe and Norman, Ohio.
Spin Off: The Lone Gunmen from The X Files.
Candid Camera went from CBS to PAX.
The Hughleys went from ABC to UPN.
The PJs went from FOX to WB.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch went from ABC to WB.
Survivor: The Australia Outback is the first reality series to be #1; it was the second edition of Survivor. It took America
by storm last summer – the #1 show to watch; no one could switch the channel. The gay naked guy, Richard Hatch’s
prediction was right on the money; in the first episode, he told the TV audience that he "already had the million dollar check
written in his name." In the last episode of the summer, Susan Hawk’s unforgettable powerful speech to Kelly Wiglesworth
and Richard set the tone for the series. Let the backstabbing and the fighting begin! Survivor brought the reality craze to
a nationwide audience in primetime. We haven’t seen anything like Survivor on TV before.
Mark Singer, the original Beastmaster, joined The Beastmaster in the last season.
Tony Danza joined CBS' Family Law.
Steve Martin was one of the eight executive producers on Downer Channel.
James Cameron, best known for Titanic and The Terminator, was the creator of Dark Angel, his first series.
Live Through This was MTV's first drama series.
Tracee Ellis Ross is the daughter of the famous singer, Diana Ross. Tracee is on UPN's Girlfriends
Kevin Dillon is the brother of the famous actor, Matt Dillion. Kevin is on CBS' That's Life. This was his first series.
Steven Weber and Timothy Daly starred in separated failed series, Cursed and The Fugitive, this season. They both starred
in the hit NBC series, Wings, in the 1990's. They need a one-way ticket back to Nantucket. They had a very successful flight
NBC's Monday night lineup failed badly. The returning show, Daddio, and the two newcomers, Tucker and Deadline, premiered
on October 2, 2000. Daddio and Tucker were cancelled four weeks later. Deadline was cancelled the following week.
Whoopie Goldberg created Strong Medicine for Lifetime.
Go Fish was Kieran Culkin's first series. You guessed it! He is Macaulay's brother. He got his start in Mac's big hit movie,
Home Alone. He played Kevin's cousin in the movie.
Friday Night was cancelled on December 29, 2000. Late Friday replaced Friday Night a week later.
Darren Star, the creator of Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place, was the creator of Grosse Pointe and The $treet. Both
failed shows premiered this season.
Dick Wolf was the producer of the syndicated Arrest & Trial. He was the creator of the long–running police drama,
Law & Order.
Roger Roeper joined Ebert & Roeper as Roger Ebert's new co-host. He worked at the same newspaper, Chicago Sun–Times,
as Roger Ebert since 1987. Roger started in 1967.
Mysterious Ways premiered on NBC in the summer of 2000, then it went to PAX in the fall.
The Secret Adventures Of Jules Verne originally aired on CBC in Canada in 2000. Sci Fi picked it up in January 2001 and
it went straight to syndication the following October. The series only lasted a season.
2000/01 Fall Season
One Season (2000/2001)
Boston Public – 2000–2004, FOX, school drama, Fyvush Finkel
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – 2000–present, CBS, crime drama, William Petersen
Dark Angel – 2000–2002, FOX, sci fi, Jessica Alba
The District – 2000–2004, CBS, police drama, Craig T. Nelson, Lynne Thigpen
Ed – 2000–2003, NBC, comedy/drama, Thomas Cavanagh, Julie Bowen
Girlfriends – 2000–2006, UPN; 2006–present, CW, Tracee Ellis Ross
Nikki – 2000–2002, WB, comedy, Nikki Cox
Primetime Thursday – 2000–2004, ABC, newsmagazine, Diane Sawyer
That’s Life – 2000–2002, CBS, comedy, Ellen Burstyn, Kevin Dillon
Yes, Dear – 2000–2006, CBS, comedy, Anthony Clark, Mike O'Malley
Cancelled TV Series
Bette – CBS, comedy, Bette Midler, Joanna Gleason
Cursed – NBC, comedy, Steven Weber, Chris Elliot
Dag – NBC, comedy, Delta Burke, Lauren Tom
Deadline – NBC, newspaper drama, Oliver Platt, Bebe Neuwirth
Freakylinks – FOX, supernatural, Ethan Embry
Freedom – UPN, military drama, Darius McCrary
The Fugitive – CBS, drama, Timothy Daly
The Geena Davis Show – ABC, comedy, Geena Davis, Peter Horton
Gideon’s Crossing – ABC, medical drama, Andre Braugher
Grosse Pointe – WB, comedy, William Ragsdale. Joely Fisher
Hype – WB, comedy, Michael Roof
Level 9 – UPN, police drama, Fab Flippo
Madigan Men – ABC, comedy, Grant Shaud
The Michael Richards Show – NBC, comedy, Michael Richards, William Devane
Normal, Ohio – FOX, comedy, 7 episodes, John Goodman, Joely Fisher
The $treet – FOX, drama, 7 episodes, Jennie Garth, Tom Everett Scott
Titans – NBC, soap, Victoria Principal, Jack Wagner, Perry King
The Trouble With Normal – ABC, comedy, 5 episodes, Jon Cryer
Tucker – NBC, comedy, 4 episodes, Katey Sagal
Welcome To New York – CBS, comedy, Sara Gilbert, Christine Baranski
10 out of 30 new series SURVIVED for 2001/02
ABC – 1/5, Primetime Thursday
CBS – 4/7, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The District, That’s
Life & Yes, Dear
FOX – 2/5, Boston Public & Dark Angel
NBC – 1/7, Ed
UPN – 1/3, Girlfriends
WB – 1/3, Nikki
Mid season shows
America’s Funniest Home Videos – July 2001–present, ABC, comedy, Tom Bergeron
Fear Factor – June 2001–present, NBC, reality, Joe Rogan
Grounded For Life – January 2001–2002, FOX; February 2003–2005, WB, comedy, Donl Logue
The Job – March 2001–2002, ABC, comedy, Denis Leary
My Wife And Kids – March 2001–2005, ABC, comedy, Damon Wayans, Tisha Campbell
Special Unit 2 – April 2001–2002, UPN, sci-fi/police drama, Michael Landes
Spy TV – June 2001–2002, NBC, comedy, Michael Ian Black
Three Sisters – January 2001–2002, NBC, comedy, Vicki Lewis, Dyan Cannon
The Wayne Brady Show – August 2001–2002, ABC, comedy, Wayne Brady
The Weakest Link – April 2001–2002, NBC, game, Anne Robinson
What About Joan? – March 2001–October 2001, ABC, comedy, Joan Cusack
Cancelled Mid Season Shows
All Souls – UPN, supernatural medical drama, Grayson McCouch
The Beast – ABC, drama, – Harriet Samson Harris
The Best Commercials You've Never Seen – ABC, informational
Big Apple – CBS, crime drama, 6 episodes, Ed O'Neill, Donnie Wahlberg
Chains Of Love – UPN, romance/reality, Madison Michele
Dead Last – WB, supernatural comedy/drama, 6 episodes, Kett Turton
Dot Comedy – December 8, 2000, ABC, comedy, 1 episode, Jason Sklar
The Downer Channel – NBC, comedy variety, Wanda Skyes, Mary Lynn Rajskub
The Fighting Fitzgeralds – NBC, comedy, Brian Dennehy
First Wave – NBC, legal drama, 4 episodes, Mackenzine Astin, Kevin Connolly
Gary & Mike – UPN, cartoon, Harland Williams
Go Fish – NBC, comedy, 5 episodes, Kieran Culkin, Andy Dick
Kate Brasher – CBS, drama, Mary Stuart Masterson, Rhea Perlman
Kristin – NBC, comedy, 6 episodes, Kristin Chenoweth
The Lone Gunmen – FOX, comedy/detective, Bruce Harwood
Million Dollar Mysteries – FOX, public service, 5 episodes, Donald Kobiela
The Oblongs – WB, cartoon, 8 episodes, Will Ferrell, Jean Smart
Sammy – NBC, cartoon, 2 episodes, David Spade, Andy Dick
Some Of My Best Friends – CBS, comedy, 5 episodes, Jason Bateman
You Don't Know Jack – ABC, quiz, 6 episodes, Paul Rubens
Bands On The Run – VH1, competition, Brendon Carter
Black Scorpion – Sci Fi, adventure, Michelle Lintel, Scott Valentine
Bull – TNT, drama, Donald Moffat
Courage – FOX Family, documentary, Danny Glover
Cover Wars – VH1, talent, Paul Shaffer
The Division – January 2001–2004, Lifetime, crime drama, Nancy McKeon
Doc – March 2001–2004, PAX, medical drama, Billy Ray Cyrus
Encounters With The Unexplained – 2000–2002, PAX, documentary, Jerry Orbach
Even Stevens – 2000–2003, Disney, comedy, Shia LaBeouf
Fear – February 2001–2002, MTV, game
The Fearing Mind – FOX Family, drama, 6 episodes, Harry Van Gorkum
The Huntress – USA, adventure, Annette O'Toole
In A Heartbeat – Disney, drama, Shawn Ashmore
The Invisible Man – 2000–2002, Sci Fi, sci fi, Vincent Ventresca
Live Through This – MTV, music/drama, Jennifer Dale
The Lot – AMC, comedy, Jeffrey Tambor, Holland Taylor
Masters Of Illusion – PAX, magic, Franz Harary
Mysterious Ways – 2000–2002, PAX, supernatural, Adrian Pasdar
Name That Video – VH1, quiz, Karyn Bryant
Nero Wolfe – April 2001–2002, A&E, detective drama, Bill Smitrovich
Noah Knows Best – Nickelodeon, comedy, Richard Kline
100 Centre Street – January 2001–2002, A&E, legal drama, Bobby Cannavale
Pelswick – 2000–2002, Nickelodeon, cartoon, David Arquette
Primetime Glick – June 2000–2003, Comedy Central, comedy, Martin Short
Queer As Folk – 2000–2005, Showtime, drama, Gale Harold. Sharon Gless
The Secret Adventures Of Jules Verne – Sci Fi, sci fi, Chris Demetral
Sheep In The Big City – 2000–2002, Cartoon, cartoon, Kevin Seal
Six Feet Under – June 2001–2005, HBO, comedy/drama, Peter Krause
State Of Grace – June 2001–2002, Fox Family, drama, Dinah Manoff
Strong Medicine – 2000–2006, Lifetime, medical drama, Janine Turner
TV Playhouse – Comedy Central, comedy, 8 episodes, Doug Dale
Taina – January 2001–2002, Nickelodeon, comedy, Christina Vidal
That's My Bush – Comedy Central, comedy, 8 episodes, Timothy Bottoms
Trading Spaces – 2000–present, TLC, instructional, Alex McLeod
2Gether – MTV, comedy, Michael Cuccione
Undergrads – MTV, cartoon, 13 episodes, Pete Williams
Andromeda – 2000–2005, syndication, sci fi, Kevin Sorbo
Arrest & Trial – syndication, police documentary, Brian Dennehy
The Cindy Morgolis Show – syndicated, variety, Cindy Morgolis
The Immortal – syndication, sci fi, Lorenzo Lamas
Maximum Exposure – 2000–2002, syndication, adventure/reality, Cam Brainard
Queen Of Swords – syndication, adventure, Tessie Santiago
Sex Wars – syndication, quiz, J.D. Roth
Sheena – 2000–2001, syndication, adventure, Gene Lee Nolin
The Source: All Access – 2000–2002, syndication, music magazine, LisaRaye
Starhunter – syndication, sci fi, Michael Pare
Street Smarts – 2000–2005, syndication, quiz, Frank Nicotero
Late Friday – January 2001–2002, NBC, comedy variety
Starting with the 2000 season, I won’t put some reality shows in the seasons, such as The Mole, Survivor, The Apprentice,
The Bachelor & Temptation Island. Most reality shows goes by editions. Some of them show two editions a season.
For example: Survivor shown one edition this season – Survivor: The Australian Outback in February 2001. The 2002
season, there was two editions – Survivor: Africa in October 2002 and Survivor: Marquesas in February 2003.The editions
will have their dates of the season.
Yes, I will put American Idol in the seasons; FOX only shows it once a year. Reality shows like Fear Factor, Extreme Makeover:
Home Edition, Nanny 911, Queer Eye, Trading Spouses will be added to the seasons. Those shows have individual episodes.
Big Brother 2 – July–September 2001, CBS, reality/competition
Boot Camp – March–May 2001, FOX, reality/adventure, Dave Francisco
Making The Band – April–July 2001, ABC, ABC, rock documentary
Manhunt – UPN, adventure/reality, 6 episodes, John Cena
The Mole – January–February 2001; ABC, adventure/game, Anderson Cooper
Murder In Small Town X – FOX, detective/reality, Gary Fredo
Popstars – January–July 2001, WB, talent/music, Tony Michaels
Survivor: The Australia Outback – January–May 2001, CBS, adventure/competition
Temptation Island – January–February 2001, FOX, dating/reality, Mark L. Walberg
Two Seasons (1999/2000)
The Amanda Show – 1999–2002, Nickelodeon, comedy/variety
Angel – 1999–2004, WB, supernatural drama
Battle Dome – 1999–2001, syndication, sports competition
The Beastmaster – 1999–2002, syndication, adventure
Beyond Chance – 1999–2002, Lifetime, documentary
Blind Date – 1999–2006, syndication, dating
City Of Angels – January 2000–2001, CBS, medical drama
Cleopatra 2525 – January 2000–2001, syndication, sci fi
Courage The Cowardly Dog – 1999–2002, Cartoon, cartoon
Daddio – March–October 2000, NBC, comedy
18 Wheels Of Justice – January 2000–2001, TNN, adventure
Family Feud – 1999–present, syndication, quiz
Family Law – 1999–2003, CBS, legal drama
Farscape – March 1999–2003, Sci Fi, sci fi
Grounded For Life – January 2001–2002, FOX; February 2003–2005, WB, comedy
Jack & Jill – 1999–2001, WB, drama
Judging Amy – 1999–2005, CBS, legal drama
Ladies Man – 1999/2000, June 2001, CBS, comedy
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – 1999–present, NBC, police drama
The List – 1999–2001, VH1, discussion
The Lost World – 1999–2002, syndication, adventure
Malcolm In The Middle – January 2000–2006, FOX, comedy
The Man Show – 1999–2005, Comedy Central, discussion/comedy
Once And Again – 1999–2002, ABC, drama
The Parkers – 1999–2004, UPN, comedy
Popular – 1999–2002, WB, school drama
Relic Hunter – 1999–2002, syndication, adventure
Roswell – 1999–2001, WB; 2001/02, UPN, sci-fi
S.O.S. In America – 1999–2002, syndication, informational
Son Of The Beach – March 2000–2002, FX, comedy
Strip Mall – June 2000–2001, Comedy Central, comedy
Third Watch – 1999–2005, NBC, drama
Titus – March 2000–2002, FOX, comedy
Twice In A Lifetime – 1999–2001, PAX, fantasy
WWF Smackdown – 1999–2006, UPN; 2006–present, CW, wrestling
The West Wing – 1999–2006, NBC, political drama
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? – January 2000–2002, ABC, quiz
The X Show – 1999–2001, FX, talk/magazine
Your Big Break – 1999–2001, syndication, talent
Three Seasons (1998/99)
Any Day Now – 1998–2002, Lifetime, drama
Becker – November 1998–2004, CBS, comedy
Change Of Heart – 1998–2003, syndicated, dating
Charmed – 1998–2006, WB, fantasy
Family Guy – April 1999–2002, FOX, cartoon
The Famous Jet Jackson – 1998–2001, Disney, comedy
Felicity – 1998–2002, WB, drama
First Wave – March 1999–2001, Sci Fi, sci fi
Futurama – March 1999–2003, FOX, cartoon
The King Of Queen – 1998–present, CBS, comedy
The Howard Stern Radio Show – 1998–2001, syndication, talk
The Hughleys – 1998–2000, ABC; 2000–2002, UPN, comedy
Norm – March 1999–2001, ABC, comedy
The PJs – January 1999–2000, FOX; 2000–2002, WB, cartoon
Providence – January 1999–December 2002, NBC, serial drama
Seven Days – 1998–2001, UPN, sci-fi
Sex And The City – 1998–2004, HBO, comedy
60 Minutes II – January 1999–2005, CBS, newsmagazine
So Weird – January 1999–2001, Disney, fantasy drama
That 70’s Show – 1998–2006, FOX, comedy
V.I.P. – 1998–2002, syndication, adventure
The Wild Thornberrys – 1998–2003, Nickelodeon, cartoon
Will & Grace – 1998–2006, NBC, comedy
World's Most Amazing Videos – March 1999–2001, NBC, reality
Four Seasons (1997/98)
Alley McBeal – 1997–2002, FOX, legal comedy/drama.
Behind The Music – 1997–2003, VH1, documentary
Candid Camera – February 1998–2000, CBS; Jan 2001–2004, PAX, humor
Celebrity Deathmatch – May 1998–2002, MTV, puppets
Dawson’s Creek – January 1998–2003, WB, drama
Dharma & Greg – 1997–2002, ABC, comedy
Earth: Final Conflict – 1997–2002, syndication, sci-fi
For Your Love – March/My 1998, NBC; 1998–2002, WB, comedy
Guinness World Records: Primetime – July 1998–2001, FOX, audience participation
The People's Court – 1997–present, syndication, courtroom
Police Videos – April 1998–2001, FOX, police documentary
South Park – 1997–present, Comedy Central, cartoon
Stargate SG–1 – 1997–2002, Showtime; 2002–2007, Sci Fi, sci fi
Two Guys And A Girl – March 1998–2001, comedy
Whose Line Is It Anyway? – Summer of 1998–2004, ABC, comedy/quiz
Win Ben Stein's Money – 1997–2003, Comedy Central, quiz
Five Seasons (1996/97)
Access Hollywood – 1996–present, syndication, magazine
Angry Beavers – April 1997–2001, Nickelodeon, cartoon
Buffy, The Vampire Slayer – March 1997–2001, WB; 2001–2003, UPN, supernatural
Daria – March 1997–2001, MTV, cartoon
Everybody Loves Raymond – 1996–2005, CBS, comedy
The Jamie Foxx Show – 1996–2001, WB, comedy
Just Shoot Me – March 1997–2003, NBC, comedy
La Femme Nikita – January 1997–2001, USA, adventure/espionage
The Practice – March 1997–2004, ABC, legal drama
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch – 1996–2000, ABC; 2000–2003, WB, comedy
7th Heaven – 1996–2006, WB; 2006–present, CW, drama
Spin City – 1996–2002, ABC, comedy
The Steve Harvey Show – 1996–2002, WB, comedy
Six Seasons (1995/96)
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
Life And Times Of... – January 1996–2001, Nashville, biography
Mad TV – 1995–present, FOX, comedy
Moesha – January 1996–2001, UPN, comedy
Nash Bridges – March 1996–2001, CBS, police drama
The Outer Limits – 1995–2001, Showtime; 2001/02, Sci-Fi Channel, sci-fi
3rd Rock from the Sun – January 1996–2001, NBC, comedy
Seven Seasons (1994/95)
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
The Late Late Show With Craig Killborn – March 1999–2004, CBS, talk
Star Trek: Voyager – January 1995–2001, UPN, sci-fi
Touched by an Angel – 1994–2003, CBS, fantasy
Eight Seasons (1993/94)
Diagnosis: Murder – October 1993–2001, CBS, detective drama
Frasier – 1993–2004, NBC, comedy
Late Show With David Letterman – 1993–present, CBS, talk
NYPD Blue – 1993–2005, ABC, crime drama
Politically Incorrect – January 1997–2002, ABC, comedy/talk
Rivera Live – February 1994–2001, CNBC, talk
The X Files – 1993–2002, FOX, fantasy drama
Nine Seasons (1992/93)
The Real World: New Orleans – 1992–present, MTV, reality
Walker, Texas Ranger – April 1993–2001, CBS, crime drama
Ten Seasons (1991/92)
Baywatch – 1991–2001, Syndication, adventure
Dateline NBC – March 1992–present, NBC, newsmagazine
Talk Soap – December 1991–2002, E!, comedy
Eleven Seasons (1990/91)
Law & Order – 1990–present, NBC, crime drama
Twelve Seasons (1989/90)
The Simpsons – Dec 1989–present, FOX, cartoon
Supermarket Sweep – April 1999–2003, PAX, quiz
Thirteen Seasons (1988/89)
COPS – March 1989–present, FOX, police reality
Inside Edition – January 1989–present, syndication, newsmagazine
Later With Cynthia Garrett – January 2000–2001, NBC, talk
Fourteen Seasons (1987/88)
America’s Most Wanted – April 1988–present, FOX, public service
48 Hours – Jan 1988–present, CBS, newsmagazine
Fifteen Seasons (1986/87)
Ebert & Roeper – 2000–present, syndication, commentary
Seventeen 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
Eighteen Seasons (1983/84)
Friday Night – 1983–2000, NBC, music
Wheel Of Fortune – 1983–present, syndication, game
Twenty Seasons (1981/82)
Entertainment Tonight – 1981–present, Syndication, news/gossip
Late Night With Conan O'Brien – 1993–2009, NBC, talk
Twenty-four Seasons (1977/78)
20/20 – June 1978–present, ABC, newsmagazine
Twenty-six Seasons (1975/76)
Saturday Night Live – 1975–present, NBC, variety
Thirty-one Seasons (1970/71)
Monday Night Football – 1970–2006, ABC, sports
Thirty-three Seasons (1968/69)
60 Minutes – 1968–present, CBS, newsmagazine
Forty seven Seasons (1954/55)
The Tonight Show With Jay Leno – May 1992–2009, NBC, talk/variety