First-run syndication in the United States, 2000s

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These are first-run syndicated television shows that air on commercial broadcast stations in a significant number of markets. If it has only aired in a few markets, it is not significantly important enough to be placed on this list. Note that shows listed here do not necessarily air in every market.

Current programs[1][edit]

These shows currently air in first-run syndication. New series are noted in bold.

Talk shows[edit]

Tabloid/newsmagazine shows[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Reality dating shows[edit]

Lifestyle shows[edit]

Makeover reality shows[edit]

Cooking shows[edit]

  • Flip My Food (2014)[4]

Movie talk shows[edit]

Reality court/judicial shows[edit]

Reality shows[edit]

Viral/Viewer-submitted video series[edit]

First-run sitcoms[edit]

Documentary series[edit]

  • Unsealed: Alien Files (2012)

First-run action/drama series[edit]

CBC series[edit]

(†) - indicates year entered U.S. syndication

Professional wrestling[edit]

Entertainment Studios[edit]

  • The American Athlete (1996)
  • Beautiful Homes & Great Estates (2002)
  • Cars.tv (2009)
  • Comedy.tv (2009)
  • Comics Unleashed (2006)
  • Entertainers (1993)
  • Pets.tv (2009) - E/I
  • Young Icons (2010) - E/I

Canceled/ended programs[1][edit]

These shows aired between 2000 and 2013, but production on these series has been halted.

Talk shows[edit]

Tabloid shows[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Reality dating shows[edit]

Current events/news discussion shows[edit]

Lifestyle shows[edit]

Makeover reality shows[edit]

Movie review shows[edit]

Newsmagazine shows[edit]

Paranormal reality shows[edit]

Reality court/judicial shows[edit]

Reality shows[edit]

Sports shows[edit]

Variety shows[edit]

Viewer-submitted video series[edit]

Fictional series[edit]

Entertainment Studios[edit]

  • EntertainmentStudios.com (2002–2009)
  • Every Woman (2000–2009)
  • The Gossip Queens (2010–2011)
  • Kickin' It (2002–2011)
  • My Destination.tv (2010–2012)
  • Recipe.tv (2004–2010)
  • Who Wants to Date a Comedian (2011–2012)

See also[edit]

  • MyNetworkTV, a broadcast syndication service (formerly a television network)

References[edit]

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