2019–20 United States network television schedule

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The 2019–20 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States will cover the prime time hours from September 2019 to August 2020. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2018–19 season.

NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule on May 12, 2019,[1] followed by Fox on May 13,[2] ABC on May 14,[3] CBS on May 15,[4] and The CW on May 16, 2019.[5]

PBS is excluded, as member television stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. Ion Television and MyNetworkTV are also not included since the majority of both networks' schedules comprise syndicated reruns. The CW does not air network programming on Saturday nights.

Where indicated, series and programs which have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down further filming and post-production since the third week of March 2020 are noted.

Legend[edit]

  •      Light blue indicates local programming.
  •      Gray indicates encore programming.
  •      Blue-gray indicates news programming.
  •      Light green indicates sporting events.
  •      Light Purple indicates movies.
  •      Red indicates series being burned off and other regularly scheduled programs, including specials.
  •      Light yellow indicates the current schedule.

Schedule[edit]

Sunday[edit]

Network 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall America's Funniest Home Videos Kids Say the Darndest Things Shark Tank The Rookie
Winter Shark Tank (R)
Mid-winter American Idol The Rookie
Spring Celebrity Family Feud Press Your Luck Match Game
CBS Fall 60 Minutes God Friended Me NCIS: Los Angeles Madam Secretary
Winter NCIS: New Orleans
Spring CBS Sunday Night Movies
Summer 60 Minutes (R) NCIS: Los Angeles (R) NCIS: New Orleans (R)
Mid-summer Various programming (7/12)[6]
The CW Fall Local programming Batwoman Supergirl Local programming
Spring DC's Stargirl (R)
Summer Penn & Teller: Fool Us (R)
Late summer Fridge Wars (8/2)[7] Taskmaster (8/2)[8]
Fox Fall Fox NFL The OT The Simpsons Bless the Harts Bob's Burgers Family Guy
Winter The Simpsons (R) Bob's Burgers (R) Duncanville
Spring Last Man Standing (R) Duncanville (R) Bless the Harts (R)
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (8:20 p.m.) (continued to game completion)
Winter The Wall Little Big Shots Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Good Girls
Spring Little Big Shots The Wall
Summer Hollywood Game Night The Titan Games (R) America's Got Talent (R)
Mid-summer Cannonball (7/12)[9]
  • Note: A sitcom repeat airs in the last half-hour of primetime on some weeks when the Sunday Night at the Movies presentation runs around 2½ hours.

Monday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall Dancing with the Stars The Good Doctor
Late fall The Great Christmas Light Fight
Winter The Bachelor
Early spring American Idol
Spring Celebrity Family Feud (R) Various programming
Mid-spring The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart The Baker and the Beauty
Late spring Celebrity Family Feud (R) Various programming
Summer The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever!
Late summer Various programming (8/24)[10]
CBS The Neighborhood Bob Hearts Abishola All Rise Bull
The CW Fall All American Black Lightning Local programming
Spring Supernatural Roswell, New Mexico
Mid-spring Whose Line Is It Anyway? Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)
Summer Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Fox Fall 9-1-1 Prodigal Son
Winter 9-1-1: Lone Star
Spring 9-1-1
Late spring 9-1-1: Lone Star (R)
Summer Fox Presents (8/24)[11]
NBC Fall The Voice Bluff City Law
Late fall Making It
Winter America's Got Talent: The Champions Manifest
Late winter The Voice
Spring Songland
Late spring The Titan Games The Wall
Summer Dateline NBC

Tuesday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall The Conners Bless This Mess Mixed-ish Black-ish Emergence
Winter For Life
Spring Various programming
Late spring The Conners (R) Various programming The Genetic Detective
Summer Modern Family (R) Black-ish (R) Mixed-ish (R) What Would You Do?
CBS Fall NCIS FBI NCIS: New Orleans
Winter FBI: Most Wanted
The CW Fall The Flash Arrow Local programming
Winter Legends of Tomorrow
Spring DC's Stargirl
Summer The CW Happy Hour
Mid-summer Tell Me a Story (7/28)[12]
Late summer Dead Pixels (8/18)[12] Dead Pixels (R) (8/25)[12][13]
Fox Fall The Resident Empire
Winter Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back
Early spring Empire
Spring The Masked Singer (R)
Mid-spring Various programming
Late spring Hell's Kitchen (R) Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back (R)
Summer Prodigal Son (R) (7/14)[14]
NBC Fall The Voice This Is Us New Amsterdam
Late fall Holiday specials The Voice Making It
Winter Ellen's Game of Games This Is Us New Amsterdam
Early spring New Amsterdam NBC News Special Report: Coronavirus Pandemic
Spring Ellen's Game of Games New Amsterdam (R)
Mid-spring The Voice
Late spring America's Got Talent World of Dance

Wednesday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall The Goldbergs Schooled Modern Family Single Parents Stumptown
Early spring American Housewife
Spring American Housewife Single Parents Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Mid-spring Shark Tank
Late spring The Wonderful World of Disney Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Summer The Goldbergs (R) Black-ish (R) The Conners (R) American Housewife (R)
Mid-summer United We Fall (7/15)[15] The Goldbergs (R) (7/22)[16]
CBS Fall Survivor: Island of the Idols SEAL Team S.W.A.T.
Winter Undercover Boss Criminal Minds
Late winter Survivor: Winners at War SEAL Team
Spring Game On!
Summer Tough as Nails Game On! (7/15)[17][18] Seal Team (R)
Mid-summer Various programming (7/29)[6]
The CW Fall Riverdale Nancy Drew Local programming
Spring Bulletproof
Late spring The 100
Summer Coroner (8/5)[12]
Fox Fall The Masked Singer Almost Family
Winter Flirty Dancing
Mid-winter The Masked Singer Lego Masters
Spring The Masked Singer: After the Mask
Late spring MasterChef (R) Ultimate Tag
Summer MasterChef (R) (8/5)[19]
NBC Fall Chicago Med Chicago Fire Chicago P.D.
Late fall Holiday specials Making It
Winter Chicago Med Chicago Fire Chicago P.D.
  • Note: United We Fall is scheduled to have a one-hour series premiere on July 15, 2020 at 8 p.m.[15]

Thursday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall Grey's Anatomy A Million Little Things How to Get Away with Murder
Late fall Holiday specials The Great American Baking Show
Winter Station 19 Grey's Anatomy A Million Little Things
Spring How to Get Away with Murder
Mid-spring Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Station 19
Late spring Holey Moley To Tell the Truth
Summer Holey Moley Don't
CBS Fall Young Sheldon The Unicorn Mom Carol's Second Act Evil
Winter Tommy
Spring Man with a Plan Broke
Mid-spring S.W.A.T. (R)
Summer The Unicorn (R)
Mid-summer Mom (R) NCIS: Los Angeles (R)
The CW Fall Supernatural Legacies Local programming
Winter Katy Keene
Spring In The Dark
Late spring Burden of Truth
Summer Killer Camp (7/16)[12] Masters of Illusion (R) (7/16)[20]
Late summer Various programming (8/20)[21]
Fox Fall Thursday Night Football (continued to game completion)
Winter Last Man Standing Outmatched Deputy Local programming
Spring Last Man Standing (R) Mental Samurai (R)
Late spring Celebrity Watch Party Labor of Love
Summer Fox Major League Baseball (continued to game completion) (7/30)[22]
Late summer Various programming (9/3)[23] Local programming
NBC Fall Superstore Perfect Harmony The Good Place Sunnyside Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Mid-fall Will & Grace
Winter The Good Place Will & Grace Perfect Harmony
Mid-winter Brooklyn Nine-Nine Indebted
Spring Council of Dads Blindspot
Summer Various programming (7/9)
Mid-summer Various programming (7/30)[24]

Friday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall American Housewife Fresh Off the Boat 20/20
Spring Shark Tank
CBS Fall Hawaii Five-0 Magnum P.I. Blue Bloods
Winter MacGyver Hawaii Five-0
Spring Magnum P.I.
Summer The Greatest #AtHome Videos (7/24)[26]
The CW Fall Charmed Dynasty Local programming
Spring Masters of Illusion Masters of Illusion (R) Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)
Summer Being Reuben (8/7)[12]
Fox WWE Friday Night SmackDown
NBC Fall The Blacklist Dateline NBC
Winter Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector
Spring The Blacklist
Late spring World of Dance (R) The Wall (R) Dateline NBC

Saturday[edit]

Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
ABC Fall Saturday Night Football (continued to game completion)
Winter The Jump NBA Saturday Primetime (continued to game completion)
Spring Shark Tank (R) American Idol (R)
Late spring The Last Dance (R; two parts each week) The Rookie (R)
Summer America's Funniest Home Videos (R) Shark Tank (R) The Good Doctor (R)
CBS Fall Crimetime Saturday 48 Hours
Summer Various programming (8/1)[6]
Fox Fall Fox College Football (continued to game completion)
Winter Various programming Local programming
Spring 9-1-1 (R) Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back (R)
Mid-spring Various programming
Late Spring Flirty Dancing (R) Lego Masters (R)
Summer Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back (R)
Mid-summer Various programming Ultimate Tag (R)
Late summer Fox Major League Baseball (continued to game completion) (7/25)[22]
NBC Fall Dateline Saturday Mystery SNL Vintage
Spring NBC Movie Night
Summer Dateline Saturday Mystery
  • Note: NBC has broadcast a handful of regular season NHL games, with the season's playoffs and Stanley Cup finals scheduled by the league to be in late summer. On June 6, the resumption of the 2020 IndyCar Series, the Genesys 300, will air in primetime.[27]
  • Note: As with the two previous seasons, NBC aired all new live episodes of Saturday Night Live in real time with the rest of the United States, placing it in that time period for the Pacific and Mountain time viewers beginning September 28, with a rebroadcast following the late local news in those time zones. The network's affiliates in Alaska, Hawaii, and other Pacific Islands will continued to air the show on a delay. During the pandemic, three "At Home" editions of the series have aired, but have been pre-compiled and edited before broadcast, airing after the late local news in all time zones.
  • Note: Fox will broadcast full-night Premier Boxing Champions cards on some Saturday nights, and through the spring has aired games from various sports in the Fox Sports library.
  • Note: All sports programming, including Fox's and ABC's college football packages, is broadcast live in all time zones, with local programming by affiliates in western time zones after game completion.
  • Note: Due to the suspension of the 2019–20 NBA season, NBA Saturday Primetime games were replaced by encores of ABC programming, as well as The Last Dance. The 76ers-Warriors game on March 7th wound up being the "season finale" for NBA Saturday Primetime, as the Warriors were not invited to Orlando when the NBA resumes play in July.

By network[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Renewals and cancellations[edit]

Note: Where indicated, some series that have not fulfilled their original or extended episode orders have that noted below due to the coronavirus pandemic; series that have not yet ended for the season are also indicated if they have their full run of episodes ready to air or have further special circumstances involved.

Full season pickups[edit]

ABC[edit]

  • American Housewife—Picked up for six additional episodes on November 7, 2019, bringing the episode count to 21; one episode remained unfilmed.[192][193]
  • Bless This Mess—Picked up for six additional episodes on November 7, 2019, bringing the episode count to 19.[192]
  • The Conners—Picked up for six additional episodes on May 14, 2019, bringing the episode count to 19.[194]
  • A Million Little Things—Picked up for a 19-episode full season on August 8, 2019.[195]
  • Mixed-ish—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 28, 2019.[196]
  • The Rookie—Picked up for a 20-episode full season on October 28, 2019.[196]
  • Schooled—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on December 3, 2019; one episode remained unfilmed.[197][193]
  • Stumptown—Picked up for five additional episodes on October 28, 2019, bringing the episode count to 18.[196]

CBS[edit]

  • All Rise—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 22, 2019; two episodes were unfilmed, with one original episode compiled through web conferencing platforms.[198][193]
  • Bob Hearts Abishola—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 22, 2019; two episodes remained unfilmed.[198][193]
  • Carol's Second Act—Picked up for five additional episodes on October 22, 2019, bringing the episode count to 18.[198]
  • MacGyver—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on November 6, 2019.[199]
  • The Unicorn—Picked up for five additional episodes on October 22, 2019, bringing the episode count to 18.[198]

The CW[edit]

  • The 100—Picked up for three additional episodes on June 6, 2019, bringing the episode count to 16. The series filmed all of its episodes.[200][193]
  • All American—Picked up for three additional episodes on October 8, 2019, bringing the episode count to 16.[201]
  • Batwoman—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 25, 2019; two episodes remained unfilmed.[202][193]
  • Legacies—Picked up for four additional episodes on July 18, 2019, bringing the episode count to 20; four episodes remained unfilmed.[203][193]
  • Nancy Drew—Picked up a 22-episode full season on October 25, 2019; four episodes remained unfilmed.[202][193]

Fox[edit]

  • Prodigal Son—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 7, 2019; two episodes remained unfilmed.[204]

NBC[edit]

  • Good Girls—Picked up for three additional episodes on August 14, 2019, bringing the episode count to 16; five episodes remained unfilmed.[205][193]
  • Superstore—Picked up for four additional episodes on November 5, 2019, bringing the episode count to 22; one episode remained unfilmed.[206][193]

Renewals[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Cancellations/series endings[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

  • Broke—Canceled on May 6, 2020.[247] The series concluded on June 25, 2020.
  • Carol's Second Act—Canceled on May 6, 2020.[247]
  • Criminal Minds—It was announced on January 10, 2019 that season fifteen would be the final season.[83] The series concluded on February 19, 2020.
  • God Friended Me—Canceled on April 14, 2020, after two seasons.[248] The series concluded on April 26, 2020.
  • Hawaii Five-0—It was announced on February 28, 2020 that season ten would be the final season.[249] The series concluded on April 3, 2020.
  • Madam Secretary—It was announced on May 15, 2019 that season six would be the final season.[250][251] The series concluded on December 8, 2019.
  • Man with a Plan—Canceled on May 6, 2020, after four seasons.[247] The series concluded on June 11, 2020.
  • Tommy—Canceled on May 6, 2020.[247] The series concluded the following day on May 7, 2020.

The CW[edit]

  • The 100—It was announced on August 4, 2019 that season seven would be the final season. All episodes have filmed.[252][193] The series will conclude on September 9, 2020.[253]
  • Arrow—It was announced on March 6, 2019 that season eight would be the final season.[254] The series concluded on January 28, 2020.
  • The Christmas Caroler Challenge—The series was ordered as a Christmas Special 2019, for one season only; it concluded on December 23, 2019.[255]
  • Katy Keene—Canceled on July 2, 2020.[256]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ New episodes held from their originally intended airdate in the 2017–18 season.
  2. ^ U.S. broadcast television premiere; previously released on CBS All Access.
  3. ^ The series was renewed for a 2020–21 season release and will air repeats throughout this season.

See also[edit]

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