2001–02 United States network television schedule (late night)
These are the late night schedules for the four United States broadcast networks that offer programming during this time period, from September 2001 to August 2002. All times are Eastern or Pacific. Affiliates will fill non-network schedule with local, syndicated, or paid programming. Affiliates also have the option to preempt or delay network programming at their discretion.
- Light blue indicates Local programming.
- Gray indicates encore programming.
- Yellow indicates late night talk or variety shows.
- Gold indicates network news programming.
|Network||11:00 pm||11:30 pm||12:00 am||12:30 am||1:00 am||1:35 am||2:00 am||2:30 am||3:00 am||3:30 am||4:00 am||4:30 am||5:00 am||5:30 am|
|ABC||Fall||Local Programming||Nightline (11:35)||Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher (12:07)||Local Programming||ABC World News Now||Local Programming||ABC World News This Morning|
|Summer||ABC News Up Close|
|CBS||Local Programming||Late Show with David Letterman||The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn||Local Programming||Up To The Minute||Local Programming||CBS Morning News|
|NBC||Fall||Local Programming||The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:35)
Saturday Night Live (Sat.)
|Late Night with Conan O'Brien||Later Presents SCTV (Mon-Thu)
Friday Night (Fri, 1:35-2:35)
|Local Programming||Early Today|
|Winter||Last Call with Carson Daly
|Summer||Last Call with Carson Daly|
|FOX||MADtv (Sat.)||Local Programming|
Note: Politically Incorrect ended on July 5 2002.
Note: Later aired its final episode as Later Presents SCTV on January 2 2002, with Last Call with Carson Daly taking its place on January 8 2002.
Note: Friday Night ended on May 24 2002, with Last Call with Carson Daly expanding to five nights a week.