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TV Seasons

2001

2001/02 – Friends was #1 on NBC Thursday.

Note: Any BOLD shows were cancelled in 2001 season; The X Files was cancelled in the tenth season.

Anniversary:

The Real World celebrated ten years on MTV. It went back to New York City for the tenth anniversary. The first season was in New York City.

America’s Most Wanted celebrated fifteen years on FOX.

48 Hours celebrated fifteen years on CBS.

20/20 celebrated twenty-five years in ABC.

Biggest New Hit: Leap Of Faith was #9 on NBC Thursday, tied with Will & Grace. Here’s a theory – Having a top 10 hit DOES NOT mean you have a top 10 hit. Leap Of Faith didn’t receive a second season. Chicken Soap was a big time flop in 1989; it was #13. Even that show didn’t last a season. All together now, “Having a top 10 hit DOES NOT mean you have a top 10 hit.” Case closed.

British Ties:

American Idol was based on Pop Idol; Simon Cowell was the judge too. Will Young won the first Pop Idol.

As If was based on Channel 4 series with Emily Corrie reprised her role in the states.

Dog Eat Dog was based on Dog Eat Dog; Ulrika Jonsonn was the BBC host. It lasted from 2001–2003.

My Guide To Becoming A Rock Star was based on The Young People's Guide To Becoming A Rock Star, a Channel 4 series.

Never Mind The Buzzcocks was based on the hugely popular BBC Two series.

Movies 2 TV: The Dead Zone was based on the 1983 Christopher Walken movie. UPN passed on the pilot; USA Network picked up the series.

Name Change:

WWF Smackdown to WWE Smackdown in May 2002 – WWF changed their company name to WWE to avoid any more conflict with WWF, World Wildlife Fund, who had the WWF name longer than WWE. World Wrestling Federation became World Wresting Entertainment. Please get the “F” out!

Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central) was pulled after two weeks. It returned as My Adventures In Television in May 2002.

The Return:

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 for one more year.

John Schneider returned in Smallville after a three-year absence. He was previously on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. He was well known as Bo Duke on The Dukes Of Hazzard.

Courtney Thorne-Smith returned in According To Jim after a one-year absence. She was previously on Melrose Place & Alley McBeal in the 1990’s.

Gil Bellows returned in The Agency after a one-year absence. He was previously on Alley McBeal in the late 1990’s.

Jerry O’Connell returned in Crossing Jordan after a three-year absence. He was previously on Sliders.

Jason Alexander returned in a failed series, Bob Patterson, after a three-year absence. He was previously on Seinfeld.

Cartoon Network revived Dexter's Laboratory for two more seasons. It last aired in 1996–1998.

All That returned to Nickelodeon with new cast members; the series skipped the 2000 season for a complete overhaul. Since they took a year off, it will begin at season one again. All That begins their seventh season.

Simultaneous: Jerry Orbach was in Law & Order and Encounters With The Unexplained.

Switch Network:

Buffy, The Vampire Slayer went from WB to UPN.

Making The Band went from ABC to MTV for the last season.

The Outer Limits went from Showtime to Sci-Fi Channel.

Roswell went from WB to UPN.

CBS pulled Wolf Lake off the schedule for low ratings in October 2001; UPN started to show it in April 2002.

Tidbits:

24 do 24 hours in a day nonstop. It is the most action packed end of the seat show that you can’t turn around for a minute. For Jack Bauer, every minute counts. He won’t take a restroom break and a snack break for neon second. From terrorist attacks to the assassination of a former president, Jack can’t stop till he saves the day…again and again and again…

Enterprise is the first Star Trek series without Star Trek in the title and has a theme song too.

Emeril was Emeril Lagasse’s first sitcom. Man, Emeril better stick to what he does best – cooking. Kick it up a notch! Bam!

Reba was Reba McEntire’s first sitcom. Unlike Emeril, Reba was a pretty good actress; she fits just right at home.

Crossing Over With John Edwards originally started in July 2001 on Sci Fi Channel.

Mark Burnett produced Combat Missions. One of the Survivor contestants, Rudy Boesch, was the base commander on the series. Rudy was in the third place on Survivor in 2000.

Judge Marilyn Milian replaced Judge Jerry Sheindlin on The People's Court.

MTV showed two editions of The Real World in New York City and Chicago this season. Therefore, it will no longer be in the seasons. Starting with the Chicago edition, it will be under REALITY!

 

2001/02 Fall Season

One Season (2001/02)

According To Jim – 2001–present, ABC, comedy, James Belushi, Courtney Thorne-Smith

The Agency – 2001–2003, CBS, foreign intrigue, Gil Bellows, Beau Bridges

Alias – 2001–2006, ABC, espionage, Jennifer Garner, Victor Garber

Crossing Jordan – 2002–present, NBC, police drama, Jill Hennessy, Jerry O’Connell, Miguel Ferrer

Bernie Mac – 2001–2006, FOX, comedy, Bernie Mac

Enterprise – 2001–2005, UPN, sci-fi, Scott Bakula

Gilmore Girls – 2000–2006, WB; 2006–present, CW, drama, Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel

The Guardian – 2001–2003, CBS, legal drama, Simon Baker, Dabney Coleman

Law & Order: Criminal Intent – 2001–present, NBC, police drama, Chris Noth, Vincent D'Onofrio

Off Centre – 2001–October 2002, WB, comedy, Sean Maguire

One On One – 2001–2006, UPN, comedy, Flex Alexander

Reba – 2001–2006, WB; 2006–present, CW comedy, Reba McEntire

Scrubs – 2001–present, NBC, comedy, Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison

Smallville – 2001–2006, WB; 2006–present, CW, adventure, Tom Welling, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum

 

Cancelled TV Series

Bob Patterson – ABC, comedy, 5 episodes, Jason Alexander

The Education Of Max Bickford – CBS, drama, Richard Dreyfuss

Emeril – NBC, comedy, Emeril Lagasse

Citizen Baines – CBS, drama, 6 episodes, James Cromwell

Danny – CBS, comedy, 2 episodes, the first casualty, Daniel Stern

The Ellen Show – CBS, comedy, Ellen DeGeneres

Elimidate Deluxe – WB, dating, 2 episodes

Inside Schwartz – NBC, comedy, Breckin Meyer

Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage – FOX, reality, Justin Gunn

Maybe It’s Me – WB, comedy, Fred Willard, Julie Sweeney

Men, Women & Dogs – WB, comedy, Bill Bellamy

Pasadena – FOX, soap, 4 episodesDana Delany, Mark Valley

Philly – ABC, legal drama, Kim Delaney

Raising Dad – WB, comedy, Bob Saget

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not – WB, variety/drama, Dean Cain

Thieves – ABC, adventure, John Stamos

The Tick – FOX, fantasy, Patrick Warburton

UC: Undercover – NBC, police drama, Jon Seda, Oded Fehr

Undeclared – FOX, school drama, Jay Baruchel

Wolf Lake – CBS/UPN, supernatural drama, Lou Diamond Phillips

 

14 out of 34 new series SURVIVED for 2002/03

ABC – 2/5, According To Jim & Alias

CBS – 2/7, The Agency & The Guardian

FOX – 1/5, Bernie Mac

NBC – 3/5, Crossing Jordan, Law & Order: Criminal Intent & Scrubs

UPN – 2/3, Enterprise & One On One

WB – 4/9, Gilmore Girls, Off Centre, Reba & Smallville

 

Mid season shows

American Idol – June 2002–present, FOX, talent, LIVE, Ryan Seacrest, Brian Dunkleman

Andy Richter Controls The Universe – March 2002–2003, FOX, comedy, Andy Richter

Crime & Punishment – June 2002–2004, NBC, legal documentary

Dog Eat Dog – June 2002–2003, NBC, game, Brooke Burns

George Lopez – March 2002–present, ABC, comedy, George Lopez

Meet My Folks – July/August 2002, romance/reality

Jamie Kennedy Experiment – January 2002–2004, WB, comedy, Jamie Kennedy

The Pulse – July 2002–2003, FOX, newsmagazine, Geraldo Rivera, Bill O'Reilly

30 Seconds To Fame – July 2002–2003, FOX, talent, Craig J. Jackson

24 – November 2001–present, FOX, espionage, Kiefer Sutherland

Watching Ellie – February 2002–2003, NBC, comedy, Julia Louis–Dreyfus

 

Cancelled Mid Season Shows

AFP: American Fighter Pilot – CBS, military documentary, 2 episodes, Lt. Todd Giggy

The American Embassy – FOX, political drama, 4 episodes, David Cubitt

As If – UPN, drama, 2 episodes, Robin Dunne

Baby Bob – CBS, comedy, Adam Arkin, Joely Fisher

Breaking News – Bravo, newspaper drama, Clancy Brown

The Chair – ABC, quiz, John McEnroe

The Chamber – FOX, quiz, 3 episodes, Rick Swartz

Combat Missions – USA, competition, Rudy Boesch

The Court – ABC, legal drama, Sally Field, Diahann Carroll

First Monday – CBS, legal drama, James Garner, Linda Purl, Liz Torres

Glory Days – WB, soap, Eddie Cahill

Greg The Bunny – FOX, comedy, Dan Milano, Seth Green

Houston Medial – ABC, medical documentary, 6 episodes

ICU: Arkansas Children's Hospital – ABC, documentary, 4 episodes, Elizabeth Vargas

Imagine That – NBC, comedy, 2 episodes, Hank Azaria, Katey Sagal

Invasion Of The Hidden Cameras – FOX, humor, Doug Stanhope

Leap Of Faith – NBC, comedy, Regina King, Tim Meadows

Looking For Love: Bachelorettes In Alaska – FOX, romance/reality, 6 episodes, Steve Santagati

Meet The Marks – FOX, comedy/audience participation, 3 episodes, Joe O'Connor

My Guide To Becoming A Rock Star – WB, comedy, 5 episodes, Michael Des Barres

Night Visions – FOX, supernatural anthology, Henry Rollins

No Boundaries – WB, adventure/reality, 4 episodes, Troy Hartman

The Random Years – UPN, comedy, 3 episodes, Sean Murray

The Rerun Show – NBC, comedy anthology, 7 episodes, Candy Ford

State V. – ABC, legal documentary, 5 episodes, Cynthia McFadden

That '80s Show – FOX, comedy, 13 episodes, Geoff Pierson

The Tick – FOX, fantasy, 8 episodes, Patrick Warburton

Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central) – ABC, comedy, 5 episodes, Ed Begley, Jr., John Gleese

Widows – ABC, drama, 4 episodes, Brooke Shields

 

Cable

All That – December 2001–2005, Nickelodeon, comedy/variety

Butt Ugly Martians – Nickelodeon, cartoon, Charlie Schlatter

The Chronicle – Sci Fi, sci fi, Rena Sofer

The Conspiracy Zone – TNN, discussion, Kevin Nealon

The Dead Zone – June 2002–present, USA, drama, Anthony Michael Hall

Dexter's Laboratory – 2001–2003, Cartoon, cartoon, Christine Cavanaugh

Dismissed – MTV, dating

Ed McMahon's Next Big Star – PAX, talent, Ed McMahon

Late World With Zack – VH1, talk/variety, Zack Galifianakis

Let's Bowl – Comedy Central, comedy, Steve Sedahl

Lifegame – TNN, comedy/variety, 6 episodes, Brian Lohmann

Making The Band – January–March 2002, MTV, rock documentary

The Osbournes – March–May 2002, MTV, reality

Never Mind The Buzzcocks – VH1, quiz, 5 episodes, Marc Maron

The Nick Cannon Show – January 2002–2003, Nickelodeon, comedy, Nick Cannon

Now What – MTV, comedy, Adam Brody

The Ponderosa – PAX, western, Daniel Hugh Kelly

Pop Across America – TNN, comedy/variety, Steve Marmel

The Proud Family – 2001–2004, Disney, cartoon, Soleil Moon Frye

Russian Roulette – June 2002–2003, GSN, game, Mark L. Walberg

Samuri Jack – 2001–2004, Cartoon, cartoon, Phil LaMarr

The Shield – March 2002–present, FX, crime drama, Michael Chiklis

Smush – USA, quiz, Ken Ober

Strange Frequency – VH1, horror anthology, Roger Daltrey

The Sweet Spot – Comedy Central, comedy, 5 episodes, Bill Murray

Witchblade – TNT, adventure, Yancy Butler

Women Docs – Lifetime, documentary, Carolyn McCormick

Worst Case Scenario – TBS, documentary, Mike Rowe

 

Syndication

The Bravest – syndication, documentary

Crossing Over With John Edwards – 2001–2004, syndication, psychic, John Edwwards

ElimaDATE – 2001–2006, syndication, dating

EX–Treme Dating – July 2002–2004, syndication, dating, Jillian Barberie

The 5th Wheel – 2001–2004, syndication, dating, Aisha Tyler

Mutant X – 2001–2004, syndication, sci fi, Victor Webster, Forbes March

Rendez–View – syndication, dating, Greg Poops

Shipmates – 2001–2003, syndication, dating, Chris Hardwick

Tracker – syndication, sci fi, Adrian Paul

 

Late Night

Last Call With Carson Daly – January 2002–present, NBC, talk, Carson Daly

 

Reality TV

The Amazing Race – September–December 2001, CBS, reality/adventure, Phil Keoghan

The Amazing Race 2 – March–May 2002, CBS, reality/adventure

The Bachelor – March–April 2002, ABC, romance reality

Big Brother 3 – July–September 2002, CBS, reality/competition

Lost – NBC, adventure/reality, Al Trautwig

The Mole 2: The Next Betrayal – September–October 2001, May–August 2002, ABC, adventure/game

Popstars 2 – October 2001–January 2002, WB, talent/music

The Real World: Chicago – 1992–present, MTV, reality

Survivor: Africa – October 2001–January 2002, CBS, adventure/competition

Survivor: Marquesas – February–May 2002 CBS, adventure/competition

Temptation Island 2 – November 2001–February 2002, FOX, dating/reality

Under One Roof – UPN, reality/competition, 3 episodes, Rob Nelson

 

Two Seasons (2000/01)

America’s Funniest Home Videos – July 2001–present, ABC, comedy

Andromeda – 2000–2005, syndication, sci-fi

Boston Public – 2000–2004, FOX, school drama

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – 2000–present, CBS, crime drama

Dark Angel – 2000–2002, FOX, sci-fi

The District – 2000–2004, CBS, police drama

The Division – January 2001–2004, Lifetime, crime drama

Doc – March 2001–2004, PAX, medical drama

Ed – 2000–2003, NBC, comedy/drama

Encounters With The Unexplained – 2000–2002, PAX, documentary

Even Stevens – 2000–2003, Disney, comedy

Fear – February 2001–2002, MTV, game

Fear Factor – June 2001–present, NBC, reality

Girlfriends – 2000–2006, UPN; 2006 – present, CW

Grounded For Life – January 2001–2002, FOX; February 2003–2005, WB, comedy

The Invisible Man – 2000–2002, Sci Fi, sci fi

The Job – March 2001–2002, ABC, comedy

Late Friday – January 2001–2002, NBC, comedy variety

Maximum Exposure – 2000–2002, syndication, adventure/reality

My Wife And Kids – March 2001–2005, ABC, comedy

Mysterious Ways – 2000–2002, PAX, supernatural

Nero Wolfe – April 2001–2002, A&E, detective drama

Nikki – 2000–2002, WB, comedy

100 Centre Street – January 2001–2002, A&E, legal drama

Pelswick – 2000–2002, Nickelodeon, cartoon

Primetime Glick – June 2000–2003, Comedy Central, comedy

Primetime Thursday – 2000–2004, ABC, newsmagazine

Queer As Folk – 2000–2005, Showtime, drama

Sheena – 2000–2001, syndication, adventure

Sheep In The Big City – 2000–2002, Cartoon, cartoon

Six Feet Under – June 2001–2005, HBO, comedy/drama

The Source: All Access – 2000–2002, syndication, music magazine

Special Unit 2 – April 2001–2002, UPN, sci-fi/police drama

Spy TV – June 2001–2002, NBC, comedy

State Of Grace – June 2001–2002, Fox Family, drama

Street Smarts – 2000–2005, syndication, quiz

Strong Medicine – 2000–2006, Lifetime, medical drama

Taina – January 2001–2002, Nickelodeon, comedy

That’s Life – 2000–2002, CBS, comedy

Three Sisters – January 2001–2002, NBC, comedy

Trading Spaces – 2000–present, TLC, instructional

The Wayne Brady Show – August 2001–2002, ABC, comedy

The Weakest Link – April 2001–2002, NBC, game

What About Joan? – March–October 2001, ABC, comedy

Yes, Dear – 2000–2006, CBS, comedy

 

Three Seasons (1999/2000)

The Amanda Show – 1999–2002, Nickelodeon, comedy/variety

Angel – 1999–2004, WB, supernatural drama

The Beastmaster – 1999–2002, syndication, adventure

Beyond Chance – 1999–2002, Lifetime, documentary

Blind Date – 1999–2006, syndication, dating

Courage The Cowardly Dog – 1999–2002, Cartoon, cartoon

Family Feud – 1999–present, syndication, quiz

Family Law – 1999–2003, CBS, legal drama

Farscape – March 1999–2003, Sci Fi, sci fi

Judging Amy – 1999–2005, CBS, legal drama

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – 1999–present, NBC, police drama

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

Third Watch – 1999–2005, NBC, drama

Titus – March 2000–2002, FOX, comedy

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

 

Four 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

Felicity – 1998–2002, WB, drama

Futurama – March 1999–2003, FOX, cartoon

The King Of Queen – 1998–present, CBS, comedy

The Hughleys – 1998–2000, ABC; 2000–2002, UPN, comedy

The PJs – January 1999–2000, FOX; 2000–2002, WB, cartoon

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

Sex And The City – 1998–2004, HBO, comedy

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

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

 

Five Seasons (1997/98)

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/May 1998, NBC; 1998–2002, WB, comedy

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

South Park – 1997–present, Comedy Central, cartoon

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

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

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

 

Six Seasons (1996/97)

Access Hollywood – 1996–present, syndication, magazine

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

Everybody Loves Raymond – 1996–2005, CBS, comedy

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

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

 

Seven 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

Mad TV – 1995–present, FOX, comedy

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

 

Eight 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

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

 

Nine Seasons (1993/94)

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

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

 

Ten Seasons (1992/93)

The Real World: Back To New York – 1992–present, MTV, reality

 

Eleven Seasons (1991/92)

Dateline NBC – March 1992–present, NBC, newsmagazine

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

 

Twelve Seasons (1990/91)

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

 

Thirteen Seasons (1989/90)

The Simpsons – Dec 1989–present, FOX, cartoon

Supermarket Sweep – April 1999–2003, PAX, quiz

 

Fourteen Seasons (1988/89)

COPS – March 1989–present, FOX, police reality

Inside Edition – January 1989–present, syndication, newsmagazine

 

Fifteen Seasons (1987/88)

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

48 Hours – Jan 1988–present, CBS, newsmagazine

 

Sixteen Seasons (1986/87)

Ebert & Roeper – 2000–present, syndication, commentary

 

Eighteen 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

 

Nineteen Seasons (1983/84)

Wheel Of Fortune – 1983–present, syndication, game

 

Twenty-one Seasons (1981/82)

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

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

 

Twenty-five Seasons (1977/78)

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

 

Twenty-seven Seasons (1975/76)

Saturday Night Live – 1975–present, NBC, variety

 

Thirty-two Seasons (1970/71)

Monday Night Football – 1970–2006, ABC, sports

 

Thirty-four Seasons (1968/69)

60 Minutes – 1968–present, CBS, newsmagazine

 

Forty eight Seasons (1954/55)

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

 

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