List of programs broadcast by CBS

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The "classic" CBS logo, with Didot typeface.

This is a list of programs currently[1] or formerly broadcast by CBS.

Current programming[edit]

Norah O'Donnell – current anchor of CBS This Morning
Margaret Brennan – current contributor of Face the Nation
Scott Pelley – former anchor of CBS Evening News, and correspondent for 60 Minutes
Mark Harmon – star of the drama NCIS
Jim Nantz – lead announcer for CBS coverage of the NFL, PGA Tour, and NCAA basketball

Dramas[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
NCIS September 23, 2003 15
Criminal Minds September 22, 2005 13
NCIS: Los Angeles September 22, 2009 9
Hawaii Five-0 September 20, 2010 8
Blue Bloods September 24, 2010 8
Elementary September 27, 2012 6
Madam Secretary September 21, 2014 4
NCIS: New Orleans September 24, 2014 4
Code Black September 30, 2015 3
Bull September 20, 2016 2
MacGyver September 23, 2016 2
Salvation July 12, 2017 1
SEAL Team September 27, 2017 1
S.W.A.T. November 2, 2017 1
Instinct March 18, 2018 1

Comedies[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
The Big Bang Theory September 24, 2007 11
Mom September 23, 2013 5
Life in Pieces September 21, 2015 3
Man with a Plan October 24, 2016 2
Young Sheldon September 25, 2017 1

Reality / non-scripted[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
Survivor May 31, 2000 36
Big Brother July 5, 2000 19
The Amazing Race September 5, 2001 30
Undercover Boss February 7, 2010 8
Celebrity Big Brother February 7, 2018 1
Celebrity Undercover Boss May 11, 2018 1

Awards shows[edit]

Title Premiere date
Grammy awards March 3, 1973
Tony Awards June 4, 1978
Kennedy Center Honors December 5, 1978
Academy of Country Music Awards April 22, 1998

Game shows[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
The Price is Right September 4, 1972 46
Let's Make a Deal October 5, 2009 9

Talk shows[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
The Talk October 18, 2010 8

Late night shows[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
The Late Late Show with James Corden March 23, 2015 4
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert September 8, 2015 3

Specials[edit]

Title Premiere date
The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS November 26, 1959
Frosty the Snowman December 7, 1969
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer December 8, 1972
Frosty Returns December 1, 1992

News and information[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
CBS Evening News May 3, 1948 68
Face the Nation November 7, 1954 63
60 Minutes September 24, 1968 50
CBS News Sunday Morning January 28, 1979 38
CBS Morning News October 4, 1982
48 Hours January 19, 1988 30
CBS This Morning January 9, 2012 6
CBS Overnight News September 21, 2015
CBSN: On Assignment July 31, 2017

Saturday morning[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season
Lucky Dog September 28, 2013
Dr. Chris: Pet Vet September 28, 2013
The Henry Ford Innovation Nation September 27, 2014
The Inspectors October 3, 2015 3
The Open Road with Dr. Chris October 1, 2016
Pet Vet Dream Team April 7, 2018

Soap operas[edit]

Title Premiere date
The Young and the Restless March 26, 1973
The Bold and the Beautiful March 23, 1987

Sports[edit]

Title Premiere date Current season Notes
NFL on CBS September 30, 1956 54 The series left CBS on January 23, 1994 and returned on September 6, 1998.
The NFL Today September 17, 1961 48 The series left CBS on January 23, 1994 and returned on September 6, 1998.
PGA Tour on CBS January 10, 1970 62 Also known as Golf on CBS.
CBS has been the main television partner of the Masters since April 7, 1956.
College Basketball on CBS November 28, 1981 37
SEC on CBS August 31, 1996 22 Also known as College Football on CBS while televising games outside of the SEC.
NCAA March Madness March 15, 2011 8 Shared with TBS, TNT and TruTV.
Premier Boxing Champions March 17, 2015 Shared with NBC, NBCSN, Paramount Network, CBS Sports Network, Bounce TV, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox and FS1, while in Spanish on Telemundo, Universo, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, Univision, UniMás, Univision Deportes Network and Galavisión.

Upcoming programming[edit]

Comedies[edit]

Title Premiere date References or Notes
Fam TBA [2]
Happy Together 2018
Murphy Brown 2018 Originally aried from November 14, 1988 to May 18, 1998.[3]
The Neighborhood 2018 [4]

Dramas[edit]

Title Premiere date References
Blood & Treasure Summer 2019 [5]
The Code TBA [2]
FBI 2018 [2]
God Friended Me 2018 [2]
Magnum P.I. 2018 [2]
The Red Line TBA [2]

Reality/non-scripted[edit]

Title Premiere date
TKO: Total Knock Out July 11, 2018
The World's Best TBA

Developing programs[edit]

Former programming[edit]

Sitcoms[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
Detective's Wife July 7, 1950 September 29, 1950
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show October 12, 1950 September 15, 1958
The Jack Benny Program October 28, 1950 April 21, 1964 The series moved to NBC and aired on that network from September 25, 1964 to April 16, 1965.
I Love Lucy October 15, 1951 May 6, 1957
My Little Margie May 16, 1952 July 23, 1953 The series moved to NBC and aired on that network from September 1953 to August 24, 1955.
Father Knows Best October 3, 1954 May 23, 1960 The series left CBS on March 27, 1955 and aired on NBC from August 31, 1955 to June 11, 1958 when it returned to CBS on September 15, 1958.
December Bride October 4, 1954 May 7, 1959
The Phil Silvers Show September 20, 1955 September 11, 1959
The Honeymooners October 4, 1955 September 22, 1956
The Eve Arden Show September 17, 1957 March 25, 1958
Leave It to Beaver October 4, 1957 July 16, 1958 The series moved to ABC and aired on that network from October 2, 1958 to June 20, 1963.
The Danny Thomas Show October 7, 1957 April 27, 1964 The series originally aired on ABC from September 29, 1953 to April 25, 1957
The series was known as Make Room for Daddy until April 17, 1956.
The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour November 28, 1957 April 1, 1960
Hennesey September 28, 1959 September 17, 1962
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis September 29, 1959 June 5, 1963
The Betty Hutton Show October 1, 1959 June 30, 1960
Dennis the Menace October 4, 1959 July 7, 1963
Pete and Gladys September 18, 1960 September 10, 1962
The Tom Ewell Show September 22, 1960 May 9, 1961
The Andy Griffith Show October 3, 1960 April 1, 1968
My Sister Eileen October 5, 1960 April 21, 1961
Angel October 6, 1960 June 14, 1961
Bringing Up Buddy October 10, 1960 June 28, 1961
Mister Ed October 1, 1961 February 6, 1966 The series originally aired in first-run syndication from January 5 to July 2, 1961.
The Dick Van Dyke Show October 3, 1961 June 1, 1966
The Beverly Hillbillies September 26, 1962 March 23, 1971
The Lucy Show October 1, 1962 March 11, 1968
Petticoat Junction September 1, 1963 April 4, 1970
The New Phil Silvers Show September 28, 1963 April 25, 1964
My Favorite Martian September 29, 1963 May 1, 1966
The Munsters September 24, 1964 May 12, 1966
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. September 25, 1964 May 2, 1969
Gilligan's Island September 26, 1964 April 17, 1967
My Living Doll September 27, 1964 March 17, 1965
Hazel September 13, 1965 April 11, 1966 The series originally aired on NBC from September 28, 1961 to March 25, 1965.
Green Acres September 15, 1965 April 27, 1971
My Three Sons September 16, 1965 April 13, 1972 The series originally aired on ABC form September 29, 1960 to May 20, 1965.
Hogan's Heroes September 17, 1965 March 28, 1971
The Smothers Brothers Show September 17, 1965 April 22, 1966
It's About Time September 11, 1966 April 2, 1967
Family Affair September 12, 1966 March 4, 1971
Mr. Terrific January 9, 1967 August 28, 1967
Good Morning, World September 5, 1967 March 19, 1968
He & She September 6, 1967 March 13, 1968
Here's Lucy September 23, 1968 March 18, 1974
Mayberry R.F.D. September 23, 1968 September 6, 1971
The Doris Day Show September 24, 1968 March 12, 1973
The Queen & I January 16, 1969 April 24, 1969
The Governor & J.J. September 23, 1969 December 30, 1970
To Rome with Love (TV series) September 28, 1969 September 1, 1971
The Tim Conway Show January 30, 1970 June 19, 1970
Get Smart September 26, 1969 May 15, 1970 The series originally aired on NBC from September 18, 1965 to March 29, 1969.
Arnie September 19, 1970 March 6, 1972
The Mary Tyler Moore Show September 19, 1970 March 19, 1977
The New Andy Griffith Show January 8, 1971 May 21, 1971
All in the Family January 12, 1971 April 8, 1979
The Chicago Teddy Bears September 17, 1971 December 10, 1971
The New Dick Van Dyke Show September 18, 1971 March 18, 1974
Funny Face September 18, 1971 December 11, 1971
Me and the Chimp January 13, 1972 April 27, 1972
The New Bill Cosby Show September 11, 1972 March 5, 1973
Maude September 12, 1972 April 22, 1978
The Bob Newhart Show September 16, 1972 April 1, 1978
Bridget Loves Bernie September 16, 1972 March 3, 1973
M*A*S*H September 17, 1972 February 28, 1983
The Sandy Duncan Show September 17, 1972 December 31, 1972
Anna and the King September 17, 1972 December 31, 1972
Calucci's Department September 14, 1973 December 28, 1973
Roll Out October 5, 1973 January 4, 1974
Good Times February 8, 1974 August 1, 1979
Rhoda September 9, 1974 December 9, 1978
Friends and Lovers September 14, 1974 January 4, 1975
The Jeffersons January 18, 1975 July 2, 1985
Joe and Sons April 18, 1975 January 13, 1976
Big Eddie August 23, 1975 November 7, 1975
Phyllis September 8, 1975 March 13, 1977
Doc September 13, 1975 October 30, 1976
One Day at a Time December 16, 1975 May 28, 1984
Popi January 20, 1976 August 24, 1976
Alice August 31, 1976 March 19, 1985
All's Fair September 20, 1976 April 30, 1977
Ball Four September 22, 1976 October 27, 1976
Busting Loose January 17, 1977 November 16, 1977
Loves Me, Loves Me Not March 20, 1977 April 27, 1977
Szysznyk August 1, 1977 January 25, 1978
A Year at the Top August 5, 1977 September 2, 1977
The Betty White Show September 22, 1977 January 2, 1978
The Tony Randall Show September 24, 1977 March 25, 1978 The series originally ran on ABC from September 23, 1976 to March 10, 1977.
We've Got Each Other October 1, 1977 January 7, 1978
On Our Own October 9, 1977 August 27, 1978
Baby, I'm Back January 30, 1978 April 24, 1978
Husbands, Wives & Lovers March 10, 1978 June 30, 1978
Another Day April 8, 1978 April 29, 1978
The Ted Knight Show April 8, 1978 May 13, 1978
Flying High August 28, 1978 January 23, 1979
WKRP in Cincinnati September 18, 1978 April 21, 1982
In the Beginning September 20, 1978 October 18, 1978
Billy February 26, 1979 April 28, 1979
Flatbush February 26, 1979 March 12, 1979
The Bad News Bears March 24, 1979 July 26, 1980
Hanging In August 8, 1979 August 29, 1980
Working Stiffs September 15, 1979 October 20, 1979
The Last Resort September 19, 1979 March 17, 1980
Struck by Lightning September 19, 1979 October 3, 1979
Archie Bunker's Place September 23, 1979 April 4, 1983
House Calls December 17, 1979 September 13, 1982
Flo March 24, 1980 July 21, 1981
Ladies' Man October 27, 1980 February 21, 1981
Private Benjamin April 6, 1981 January 10, 1983
The Two of Us April 6, 1981 February 24, 1982
Checking In April 9, 1981 April 30, 1981
Park Place April 9, 1981 April 30, 1981
Mr. Merlin October 7, 1981 March 22, 1982
Making the Grade April 5, 1982 May 10, 1982
Report to Murphy April 5, 1982 May 31, 1982
Filthy Rich August 9, 1982 July 15, 1983
Gloria September 26, 1982 April 10, 1983
Square Pegs September 27, 1982 March 7, 1983
Newhart October 25, 1982 May 21, 1990
Ace Crawford, Private Eye March 15, 1983 April 12, 1983
Gun Shy March 15, 1983 April 19, 1983
Goodnight, Beantown April 2, 1983 January 18, 1984
AfterMASH September 26, 1983 May 31, 1985
Domestic Life January 4, 1984 February 1, 1984
Empire January 4, 1984 April 15, 1984
Maggie Briggs March 4, 1984 April 15, 1984
Mama Malone March 7, 1984 July 21, 1984
Kate & Allie March 19, 1984 May 22, 1989
E/R September 16, 1984 February 27, 1985
Charles in Charge October 3, 1984 April 3, 1985 The series was revived in first-run syndication and aired from January 3, 1987 to November 10, 1990.
Dreams October 3, 1984 October 31, 1984
The Lucie Arnaz Show April 2, 1985 June 11, 1986
Charlie & Co. September 18, 1985 May 16, 1986
George Burns Comedy Week September 18, 1985 December 25, 1985
Stir Crazy September 18, 1985 January 7, 1986
Foley Square December 11, 1985 April 8, 1986
Mary December 11, 1985 April 8, 1986
Fast Times March 5, 1986 April 23, 1986
Tough Cookies March 5, 1986 April 23, 1986
Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills April 25, 1986 June 6, 1986
Nothing Is Easy September 22, 1986 April 24, 1987 The series was known as Together We Stand until October 29, 1986.
Designing Women September 29, 1986 May 24, 1993
Better Days October 1, 1986 October 29, 1986
My Sister Sam October 6, 1986 April 12, 1988
The Cavanaughs December 1, 1986 July 27, 1989
The Popcorn Kid March 23, 1987 April 24, 1987
Roxie April 1, 1987 April 8, 1987
Take Five April 1, 1987 April 8, 1987
Frank's Place September 14, 1987 March 22, 1988
Everything's Relative October 3, 1987 November 7, 1987
Eisenhower and Lutz March 14, 1988 June 20, 1988
Coming of Age March 15, 1988 July 27, 1989
Trial and Error March 15, 1988 March 29, 1988
Annie McGuire October 26, 1988 December 28, 1988
The Van Dyke Show October 26, 1988 December 7, 1988
Raising Miranda November 5, 1988 December 31, 1988
Heartland March 20, 1989 June 12, 1989
Live-In March 20, 1989 May 29, 1989
Doctor Doctor June 12, 1989 July 6, 1991
Major Dad September 17, 1989 April 16, 1993
The Famous Teddy Z September 18, 1989 May 12, 1990
The People Next Door September 18, 1989 October 16, 1989
City January 29, 1990 June 8, 1990
His & Hers March 5, 1990 August 22, 1990
Normal Life March 21, 1990 July 18, 1990
Sydney March 21, 1990 June 25, 1990
Bagdad Cafe March 30, 1990 July 27, 1991
Sugar and Spice March 30, 1990 May 25, 1990
Lenny September 10, 1990 March 9, 1991
Uncle Buck September 10, 1990 March 9, 1991
The Family Man September 11, 1990 July 17, 1991
The Hogan Family September 15, 1990 July 20, 1991 The series originally aired on NBC from March 1, 1986 to May 7, 1990.
The series was known as Valerie until May 4, 1987, and Valerie's Family from September 27, 1987 to May 2, 1988.
Evening Shade September 21, 1990 May 23, 1994
You Take the Kids December 15, 1990 January 12, 1991
Sunday Dinner June 2, 1991 July 7, 1991
Good Sports January 10, 1991 July 13, 1991
The Royal Family September 18, 1991 May 13, 1992
Teech September 18, 1991 October 16, 1991
Brooklyn Bridge September 20, 1991 August 6, 1993
Princesses September 27, 1991 October 25, 1991
Grapevine June 15, 1992 July 27, 1992
Frannie's Turn September 13, 1992 October 10, 1992
Hearts Afire September 14, 1992 February 1, 1995
Bob September 18, 1992 December 27, 1993
The Golden Palace September 18, 1992 May 14, 1993
Love & War September 21, 1992 February 1, 1995
Good Advice April 2, 1993 September 6, 1994
A League of Their Own April 10, 1993 August 13, 1993
Dudley April 16, 1993 May 14, 1993
The Boys August 18, 1993 September 17, 1993
The Building August 20, 1993 September 17, 1993
The Trouble with Larry August 25, 1993 September 8, 1993
It Had to Be You September 19, 1993 October 15, 1993
Dave's World September 20, 1993 July 18, 1997
Family Album September 24, 1993 November 12, 1993
The Nanny November 3, 1993 June 23, 1999
Tom March 2, 1994 June 13, 1994
704 Hauser April 11, 1994 May 9, 1994
Muddling Through July 9, 1994 September 7, 1994
The Boys Are Back September 11, 1994 January 28, 1995
Daddy's Girls September 21, 1994 October 12, 1994
The 5 Mrs. Buchanans September 24, 1994 March 25, 1995
Cybill January 2, 1995 July 13, 1998
Double Rush January 4, 1995 April 12, 1995
Women of the House January 4, 1995 August 18, 1995 The last four unaired episodes aired on Lifetime on September 8, 1995.
The George Wendt Show March 8, 1995 April 12, 1995
Bless This House September 11, 1995 January 17, 1996
Almost Perfect September 17, 1995 October 30, 1996
Can't Hurry Love September 18, 1995 February 26, 1996
If Not for You September 18, 1995 October 9, 1995
Bonnie September 22, 1995 April 7, 1996
High Society October 30, 1995 February 26, 1996
Everybody Loves Raymond September 13, 1996 May 16, 2005
Cosby September 16, 1996 April 28, 2000
Pearl September 16, 1996 June 25, 1997
Ink October 21, 1996 May 19, 1997
Temporarily Yours March 5, 1997 April 9, 1997
George and Leo September 15, 1997 March 16, 1998
The Gregory Hines Show September 15, 1997 February 27, 1998
Family Matters September 19, 1997 July 17, 1998 The series originally ran on ABC from September 22, 1989 to May 9, 1997.
Meego September 19, 1997 October 24, 1997
Step by Step September 19, 1997 June 26, 1998 The series originally ran on ABC from September 20, 1991 to August 15, 1997.
Style & Substance January 5, 1998 September 2, 1998
The Closer February 23, 1998 May 4, 1998
The Simple Life June 3, 1998 July 8, 1998
The Brian Benben Show September 21, 1998 October 12, 1998
The King of Queens September 21, 1998 May 14, 2007
Maggie Winters September 30, 1998 February 3, 1999
Becker November 2, 1998 January 28, 2004
Payne March 15, 1999 April 28, 1999
Ladies Man September 20, 1999 June 27, 2001
Work with Me September 29, 1999 October 20, 1999
Love & Money October 8, 1999 July 18, 2000
Grapevine February 28, 2000 March 27, 2000
Yes, Dear October 2, 2000 February 15, 2006
Bette October 11, 2000 March 7, 2001
Welcome to New York October 11, 2000 January 17, 2001
Some of My Best Friends February 28, 2001 April 1, 2001
The Ellen Show September 24, 2001 January 11, 2002
Baby Bob March 18, 2002 June 20, 2003
Still Standing September 30, 2002 March 8, 2006
My Big Fat Greek Life February 24, 2003 April 13, 2003
Charlie Lawrence June 15, 2003 June 22, 2003
Two and a Half Men September 22, 2003 February 19, 2015
The Stones March 17, 2004 March 31, 2004
Listen Up! September 20, 2004 April 25, 2005
Center of the Universe October 27, 2004 January 19, 2005
How I Met Your Mother September 19, 2005 March 31, 2014
Out of Practice September 19, 2005 March 29, 2006
Love Monkey January 17, 2006 February 7, 2006
The New Adventures of Old Christine March 13, 2006 May 12, 2010
The Class September 18, 2006 March 5, 2007
Rules of Engagement February 5, 2007 May 20, 2013
Welcome to The Captain February 4, 2008 March 3, 2008
Worst Week September 22, 2008 June 6, 2009
Gary Unmarried September 24, 2008 March 17, 2010
Accidentally on Purpose September 21, 2009 April 21, 2010
Mike & Molly September 20, 2010 May 16, 2016
$#*! My Dad Says September 23, 2010 February 17, 2011
Mad Love February 14, 2011 May 16, 2011
2 Broke Girls September 19, 2011 April 17, 2017
How to Be a Gentleman September 29, 2011 June 23, 2012
Rob January 12, 2012 March 1, 2012
Partners September 24, 2012 November 12, 2012
The Crazy Ones September 26, 2013 April 17, 2014
We Are Men September 30, 2013 October 7, 2013
The Millers October 13, 2013 July 18, 2015
Friends with Better Lives March 31, 2014 May 26, 2014
Bad Teacher April 24, 2014 July 26, 2014
The McCarthys October 30, 2014 July 11, 2015
The Odd Couple February 19, 2015 January 30, 2017
Angel from Hell January 7, 2016 July 23, 2016
Rush Hour March 31, 2016 August 20, 2016
Kevin Can Wait September 19, 2016 May 7, 2018
The Great Indoors October 27, 2016 May 8, 2017
Superior Donuts February 2, 2017 May 14, 2018
Me, Myself & I September 25, 2017 July 21, 2018
9JKL October 2, 2017 February 2, 2018
Living Biblically February 26, 2018 July 21, 2018

Drama series[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
Studio One November 7, 1948 September 29, 1958
City Hospital March 25, 1952 October 1, 1953
The Public Defender March 11, 1954 June 23, 1955
The Telltale Clue July 8, 1954 September 23, 1954
Lassie September 12, 1954 March 8, 1971 The series moved to and aired in first run syndication from October 7, 1971 to March 24, 1973.
In syndication, for the episodes that aired until May 26, 1957, the series is now known as Jeff's Collie, while for the episodes that aired from September 8, 1957 to May 3, 1964, the series is now known as Timmy & Lassie.
Climax! October 7, 1954 June 26, 1958
Gunsmoke September 7, 1955 March 31, 1975 In syndication, for the episodes that aired until June 17, 1961, the series is now known as Marshall Dillon.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents October 2, 1955 September 25, 1960 The series moved to NBC and aired on that network from September 27, 1960 to June 26, 1962.
Have Gun – Will Travel September 14, 1957 April 20, 1963
Perry Mason September 21, 1957 May 22, 1966
Wanted Dead or Alive September 6, 1958 March 29, 1961
Rawhide January 9, 1959 December 7, 1965
Hotel de Paree October 2, 1959 June 3, 1960
The Twilight Zone October 2, 1959 June 19, 1964
Route 66 October 7, 1960 March 20, 1964
The Defenders September 16, 1961 May 13, 1965
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour September 20, 1962 July 3, 1964 The series moved to NBC and aired on that network from October 5, 1964 to May 10, 1965.
The Nurses September 31, 1962 May 11, 1965 The series was renamed The Doctors and the Nurses on September 26, 1963.
For the People January 31, 1965 May 9, 1969
Our Private World May 5, 1965 September 10, 1965
Lost in Space September 15, 1965 March 6, 1968
The Wild Wild West September 17, 1965 April 4, 1969
Daktari January 11, 1966 January 15, 1969
Mission: Impossible September 17, 1966 March 30, 1973
Cimarron Strip September 7, 1967 March 7, 1968
Gentle Ben September 10, 1967 August 31, 1969
Mannix September 16, 1967 April 13, 1975
The Prisoner June 1, 1968 September 21, 1968 This is a British series that aired on ITV from September 29, 1967 to February 1, 1968.
Premiere July 16, 1968 September 9, 1968
Hawaii Five-O September 20, 1968 April 5, 1980
Medical Center September 24, 1969 September 6, 1976
Storefront Lawyers September 16, 1970 April 14, 1971 The series was renamed Men at Law on February 3, 1971.
Cannon September 14, 1971 March 3, 1976
Bearcats! September 16, 1971 December 30, 1971
Cade's County September 19, 1971 April 9, 1972
The Waltons September 14, 1972 June 4, 1981
Barnaby Jones January 28, 1973 April 3, 1980
The New Perry Mason September 16, 1973 January 20, 1974
Kojak October 24, 1973 March 18, 1978
Apple's Way February 10, 1974 January 12, 1975
Sons and Daughters September 11, 1974 November 6, 1974
Planet of the Apes September 13, 1974 December 20, 1974
Switch September 9, 1975 August 20, 1978
Kate McShane September 10, 1975 November 12, 1975
Three for the Road September 14, 1975 November 30, 1975
The Blue Knight December 10, 1975 October 20, 1976
Sara February 13, 1976 May 7, 1976
Delvecchio September 9, 1976 March 13, 1977
Spencer's Pilots September 17, 1976 November 19, 1976
Executive Suite September 20, 1976 February 11, 1977
Code R January 21, 1977 June 10, 1977
The Andros Targets January 31, 1977 May 16, 1977
Hunter February 18, 1977 May 27, 1977
Nashville 99 April 1, 1977 April 22, 1977
The Fitzpatricks September 5, 1977 January 10, 1978
Rafferty September 5, 1977 November 28, 1977
Logan's Run September 16, 1977 February 6, 1978
The New Adventures of Wonder Woman September 16, 1977 September 11, 1979 The series was originally known as Wonder Woman and it originally aired on ABC from November 7, 1975 to February 16, 1977.
The Amazing Spider-Man September 19, 1977 July 6, 1979
Lou Grant September 20, 1977 September 13, 1982
The Incredible Hulk March 10, 1978 May 12, 1982
Dallas April 2, 1978 May 3, 1991
The Paper Chase September 9, 1978 April 24, 1979 The series moved to Showtime and aired on that network from April 5, 1983 to August 9, 1986.
Kaz September 10, 1978 April 22, 1979
The American Girls September 23, 1978 November 11, 1978
The White Shadow September 27, 1978 March 16, 1981
The Dukes of Hazzard January 26, 1979 February 8, 1985
Trapper John, M.D. September 23, 1979 September 4, 1986
California Fever September 25, 1979 December 11, 1979
Big Shamus, Little Shamus September 29, 1979 October 6, 1979
Salem's Lot November 17, 1979 November 24, 1979 Miniseries
Young Maverick November 28, 1979 January 30, 1980
Knots Landing December 27, 1979 May 13, 1993
Hagen March 15, 1980 April 24, 1980
Paris September 29, 1979 January 15, 1980
Palmerstown, U.S.A. March 20, 1980 June 9, 1981 The series was renamed Palmerstown on March 17, 1981.
Enos November 12, 1980 May 20, 1981
Secrets of Midland Heights December 6, 1980 January 24, 1981
Magnum, P.I. December 11, 1980 May 8, 1988
Riker March 14, 1981 April 11, 1981
Nurse April 2, 1981 May 21, 1982
Jessica Novak November 5, 1981 November 26, 1981
Shannon November 11, 1981 April 7, 1982
Simon & Simon November 24, 1981 December 31, 1988 The last two unaired episodes aired in first-run syndication from September 9 to September 16, 1989.
Falcon Crest December 4, 1981 May 17, 1990
Q.E.D. March 23, 1982 April 27, 1982
Cagney & Lacey March 25, 1982 May 16, 1988
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers September 19, 1982 March 23, 1983
Bring 'Em Back Alive September 24, 1982 May 31, 1983
Tucker's Witch October 6, 1982 June 9, 1983 In later rebroadcasts on the USA Network, the program was retitled The Good Witch of Laurel Canyon.
Wizards and Warriors February 26, 1983 May 14, 1983
The Mississippi March 25, 1983 March 6, 1984
Zorro and Son April 6, 1983 June 1, 1983
Emerald Point N.A.S. September 26, 1983 March 12, 1984
Cutter to Houston October 1, 1983 December 31, 1983
Scarecrow and Mrs. King October 3, 1983 May 28, 1987
Whiz Kids October 5, 1983 June 2, 1984
Airwolf January 22, 1984 March 29, 1986 The series moved to USA Network and aired on that network from January 23 to August 7, 1987.
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer January 28, 1984 May 13, 1987 The series became known as The New Mike Hammer on September 22, 1986.
Cover Up September 22, 1984 April 6, 1985
Murder, She Wrote September 30, 1984 May 19, 1996
Otherworld January 26, 1985 March 16, 1985
Detective in the House March 15, 1985 April 19, 1985
Hometown August 22, 1985 October 15, 1985
The Equalizer September 18, 1985 August 24, 1989
T. J. Hooker September 25, 1985 June 28, 1986 The series originally aired on ABC from March 13, 1982 to May 4, 1985.
The Twilight Zone September 27, 1985 July 17, 1987 The series moved to and aired in first-run syndication from September 24, 1988 to April 15, 1989.
Bridges to Cross April 24, 1986 June 12, 1986
The Wizard September 9, 1986 March 12, 1987
Kay O'Brien September 25, 1986 November 13, 1986
Downtown September 27, 1986 April 22, 1987
Shell Game January 8, 1987 February 12, 1987
Spies March 2, 1987 April 14, 1987
Houston Knights March 11, 1987 June 10, 1988
The Oldest Rookie September 16, 1987 January 13, 1988
Wiseguy September 16, 1987 December 8, 1990
Tour of Duty September 24, 1987 April 28, 1990
Beauty and the Beast September 25, 1987 August 4, 1990
Jake and the Fatman September 26, 1987 May 6, 1992
The Law & Harry McGraw September 27, 1987 February 10, 1988
Leg Work October 3, 1987 November 7, 1987
Blue Skies June 13, 1988 August 1, 1988
Paradise October 27, 1988 May 10, 1991 The series was renamed Guns of Paradise on January 4, 1991.
Dirty Dancing October 29, 1988 January 21, 1989
Almost Grown November 27, 1988 February 20, 1989
TV 101 November 29, 1988 March 25, 1989
Dolphin Cove January 21, 1989 March 11, 1989
Hard Time on Planet Earth March 1, 1989 June 21, 1989
Jesse Hawkes April 22, 1989 May 27, 1989
Wolf September 13, 1989 June 28, 1990
Island Son September 16, 1989 March 15, 1990
A Peaceable Kingdom September 20, 1989 November 15, 1990
Top of the Hill September 21, 1989 November 30, 1989
Snoops September 22, 1989 July 6, 1990
Max Monroe: Loose Cannon January 5, 1990 April 19, 1990
Grand Slam January 28, 1990 March 14, 1990
The Bradys February 9, 1990 March 9, 1990 Episodes 1 and 2 were repackaged as the TV movie The Brady 500.
Episodes 3 and 4 were repackaged as the TV movie The Bradys on the Move.
Episodes 5 and 6 were repackaged as the TV movie Big Kids, Big Problems.
Northern Exposure July 12, 1990 July 26, 1995
E.A.R.T.H. Force September 16, 1990 September 29, 1990
The Trials of Rosie O'Neill September 17, 1990 May 30, 1992
The Flash September 20, 1990 May 18, 1991
WIOU October 24, 1990 March 20, 1991
Over My Dead Body November 2, 1990 June 20, 1991
Broken Badges November 24, 1990 June 20, 1991
Sons and Daughters January 4, 1991 March 1, 1991
The Antagonists March 21, 1991 May 30, 1991
Dark Justice April 5, 1991 September 28, 1993
Sweating Bullets April 8, 1991 October 18, 1993 This is the American title of a Canadian series called Tropical Heat that was produced in co-operation with Mexico and Israel.
P.S. I Luv U September 15, 1991 January 4, 1992
Palace Guard October 18, 1991 November 1, 1991
Silk Stalkings November 7, 1991 June 10, 1993 The series moved to USA Network and aired on that network from September 26, 1993 to April 18, 1999.
Hearts Are Wild January 10, 1992 March 13, 1992
Tequila and Bonetti January 17, 1992 April 17, 1992
The Human Factor April 16, 1992 May 28, 1992
Raven June 19, 1992 April 30, 1993
2000 Malibu Road August 23, 1992 September 9, 1992
Middle Ages September 3, 1992 October 1, 1992
Angel Street September 15, 1992 October 3, 1992
The Hat Squad September 16, 1992 January 23, 1993
Picket Fences September 18, 1992 June 26, 1996
In the Heat of the Night October 28, 1992 May 16, 1995 The series originally aired on NBC from March 6, 1988 to May 19, 1992.
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman January 1, 1993 May 16, 1998
Walker, Texas Ranger April 21, 1993 May 19, 2001
Angel Falls August 26, 1993 September 30, 1993
Harts of the West September 25, 1993 June 18, 1994
Diagnosis: Murder September 29, 1993 May 11, 2001
South of Sunset October 27, 1993 The first 4 of the last 6 unaired episodes aired on VH1 later in 1993.
Second Chances December 2, 1993 February 19, 1994
The Road Home March 5, 1994 April 16, 1994
Christy April 3, 1994 August 2, 1995
Due South April 26, 1994 May 15, 1996 This is a Canadian series that aired on CTV from April 26, 1994 to March 14, 1999.
The last United States unaired episode originally scheduled to air on CBS aired on TNT in 1999.
The series moved to and aired in first-run syndication from September 14, 1997 to March 14, 1999.
One West Waikiki August 4, 1994 May 25, 1996
Under Suspicion September 16, 1994 March 10, 1995
Chicago Hope September 18, 1994 May 4, 2000
Touched by an Angel September 21, 1994 April 27, 2003
Under One Roof March 14, 1995 April 18, 1995
Central Park West September 13, 1995 June 28, 1996
Courthouse September 13, 1995 November 15, 1995
The Client September 17, 1995 April 16, 1996
American Gothic September 22, 1995 July 11, 1996
New York News September 28, 1995 November 30, 1995
Nash Bridges March 29, 1996 May 4, 2001
Promised Land September 17, 1996 May 20, 1999
Moloney September 19, 1996 May 22, 1997
Mr. & Mrs. Smith September 20, 1996 November 8, 1996
Early Edition September 28, 1996 May 27, 2000
EZ Streets October 27, 1996 April 2, 1997
JAG January 3, 1997 April 29, 2005 The series originally aired on NBC from September 23, 1995 to May 22, 1996.
Orleans January 7, 1997 April 10, 1997
Feds March 5, 1997 April 9, 1997
Brooklyn South September 22, 1997 April 29, 1998
Dellaventura September 23, 1997 January 13, 1998
The Magnificent Seven January 3, 1998 July 3, 2000
L.A. Doctors September 21, 1998 May 10, 1999
Buddy Faro September 25, 1998 December 4, 1998
Martial Law September 26, 1998 May 13, 2000
To Have & to Hold September 30, 1998 December 9, 1998
Turks January 21, 1999 April 23, 1999
Judging Amy September 19, 1999 May 3, 2005
Family Law September 20, 1999 May 27, 2002
Now and Again September 24, 1999 May 5, 2000
City of Angels January 16, 2000 December 21, 2000
That's Life October 1, 2000 January 26, 2002
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation October 6, 2000 September 27, 2015
The Fugitive October 6, 2000 May 25, 2001
The District October 7, 2000 May 21, 2004
Kate Brasher February 24, 2001 April 14, 2001
Big Apple March 1, 2001 April 19, 2001
Wolf Lake September 19, 2001 October 24, 2001 The remaining four unaired episodes aired on UPN from April 10 to May 1, 2002.
The Education of Max Bickford September 23, 2001 June 2, 2002
The Guardian September 25, 2001 May 4, 2004
The Agency September 27, 2001 May 17, 2003
Citizen Baines September 29, 2001 November 3, 2001
First Monday January 15, 2002 May 3, 2002
CSI: Miami September 23, 2002 April 8, 2012
Presidio Med September 24, 2002 January 24, 2003
Without a Trace September 26, 2002 May 19, 2009
Hack September 27, 2002 March 13, 2004
Robbery Homicide Division September 27, 2002 December 7, 2002 The remaining three unaired episodes aired on USA Network from April 7 to April 22, 2003.
Queens Supreme January 10, 2003 May 16, 2003
The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire September 24, 2003 November 19, 2003
Joan of Arcadia September 26, 2003 April 22, 2005
Cold Case September 28, 2003 May 2, 2010
Century City March 16, 2004 March 30, 2004 The last five remaining unaired episodes aired on Universal HD from December 30, 2004 to January 20, 2005.
CSI: NY September 22, 2004 February 22, 2013
Dr. Vegas September 24, 2004 October 29, 2004
Clubhouse September 26, 2004 November 6, 2004 The last six unaired episodes aired on HDNet from June 30 to August 4, 2005.
Numbers January 23, 2005 March 12, 2010
Threshold September 16, 2005 November 22, 2005 The last four unaired episodes aired in the United Kingdom on Sky 1 from January 11 to February 1, 2006.
Ghost Whisperer September 23, 2005 May 21, 2010
Close to Home October 4, 2005 May 11, 2007
The Unit March 7, 2006 May 10, 2009
Smith September 19, 2006 October 3, 2006
Jericho September 20, 2006 March 25, 2008
Shark September 21, 2006 May 20, 2008
3 lbs November 14, 2006 November 28, 2006
Cane September 25, 2007 December 18, 2007
Moonlight September 28, 2007 May 16, 2008
Viva Laughlin October 18, 2007 October 21, 2007
Swingtown June 5, 2008 September 5, 2008
Flashpoint July 11, 2008 August 19, 2011 This is a Canadian series that aired on CTV from July 11, 2018 to December 13, 2012.
In the United States, the series moved to Ion Television and aired on that network from October 18, 2011 to January 22, 2013.
The Mentalist September 23, 2008 February 18, 2015
The Ex List October 3, 2008 October 24, 2008
Eleventh Hour October 9, 2008 April 2, 2009
Harper's Island April 9, 2009 July 11, 2009
The Good Wife September 22, 2009 May 8, 2016
Medium September 25, 2009 January 21, 2011 The series originally aired on NBC from January 3, 2005 to June 1, 2009.
Three Rivers October 4, 2009 July 3, 2010
Miami Medical April 2, 2010 July 2, 2010
The Defenders September 22, 2010 March 11, 2011
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior February 16, 2011 May 25, 2011
CHAOS April 1, 2011 July 16, 2011
Unforgettable September 20, 2011 September 14, 2014 The series moved to A&E and aired on that network from November 27, 2015 to January 22, 2016.
Person of Interest September 22, 2011 June 21, 2016
A Gifted Man September 23, 2011 March 2, 2012
NYC 22 April 15, 2012 August 11, 2012
Vegas September 25, 2012 May 10, 2013
Made in Jersey September 28, 2012 December 29, 2012
Golden Boy February 26, 2013 May 14, 2013
Under the Dome June 24, 2013 September 10, 2015
Hostages September 23, 2013 January 6, 2014
Intelligence January 7, 2014 March 31, 2014
Reckless June 29, 2014 September 13, 2014
Extant July 9, 2014 September 9, 2015
Scorpion September 22, 2014 April 16, 2018
Stalker October 1, 2014 May 18, 2015
Battle Creek March 1, 2015 May 24, 2015
CSI: Cyber March 4, 2015 March 13, 2016
Zoo June 30, 2015 September 21, 2017 (2017-09-21)
Limitless September 22, 2015 April 26, 2016
Supergirl October 26, 2015 April 18, 2016 The series now airs on The CW since October 10, 2016.[16]
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders March 16, 2016 May 17, 2017
BrainDead June 13, 2016 September 11, 2016
American Gothic June 22, 2016 September 7, 2016
Pure Genius October 27, 2016 January 26, 2017
Training Day February 2, 2017 May 20, 2017
Doubt February 15, 2017 August 12, 2017
Wisdom of the Crowd October 1, 2017 January 14, 2018

Specials[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
Peanuts specials December 9, 1965 2000
This Is America, Charlie Brown October 21, 1988 May 23, 1989 Miniseries

Children's animation series[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale
The Alvin Show October 4, 1961 September 12, 1969
Family Dog June 23, 1993 July 28, 1993

Animated primetime series[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale
Where's Huddles? July 1, 1970 September 2, 1970
Fish Police February 28, 1992 March 13, 1992
Creature Comforts March 16, 2007 June 18, 2007

Soap operas[edit]

News/information programming[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
See It Now November 18, 1951 July 7, 1958
Person to Person October 2, 1953 September 8, 1961
The Morning Show March 15, 1954 1956
Eyewitness to History September 30, 1960 July 26, 1963 The series was renamed Eyewitness in September 1961.
The First Hundred Years 1963 1979
CBS News Nightwatch 1982 1992
West 57th August 13, 1985 September 9, 1989
The Morning Program January 12, 1987 November 27, 1987
CBS This Morning November 30, 1987 October 29, 1999
Up to the Minute March 30, 1992 September 18, 2015
Eye to Eye with Connie Chung June 24, 1993 August 1995 The series was renamed Eye to Eye in May 1995.
Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel October 8, 1997 September 16, 1998
The Early Show November 1, 1999 January 7, 2012
60 Minutes II January 13, 1999 September 2, 2005 The series was renamed 60 Minutes on May 19, 2004 and was later renamed again as 60 Minutes Wednesday but reverted back to its original title on July 8, 2005.
Person to Person February 8, 2012 November 23, 2012

Reality/non-scripted programming[edit]

Variety series[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
The Ed Sullivan Show June 20, 1948 June 6, 1971
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts December 6, 1948 January 1, 1958
Arthur Godfrey and His Friends January 12, 1949 April 28, 1959
Joey Faye's Frolics April 5, 1950 April 12, 1950
The Garry Moore Show June 26, 1950 January 8, 1967
The Jackie Gleason Show September 20, 1952 June 22, 1957
The Larry Storch Show July 11, 1953 September 12, 1953
The Red Skelton Show Fall 1953 Late 1970 The series originally aired on NBC from September 30, 1951 to fall 1953 and again from late 1970 to August 1, 1971.
The Jackie Gleason Show February 3, 1961 March 24, 1961
The Jackie Gleason Show 1962 1970 Originally known as American Scene Magazine.
The Danny Kaye Show September 25, 1963 June 28, 1967
The Entertainers September 25, 1964 March 27, 1965
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour September 5, 1967 June 8, 1969
The Carol Burnett Show September 11, 1967 March 29, 1978 In syndication, the series is known as Carol Burnett and Friends.
Hee Haw June 15, 1969 February 23, 1971 The series moved to and aired in first-run syndication from September 18, 1971 to June 1993, and then moved to TNN and aired on that network from November 23, 1996 to December 27, 1997.
The Merv Griffin Show August 18, 1969 February 11, 1972 The series originally aired on NBC from October 1, 1962 to March 29, 1963 and in first-run syndication from May 1965 to August 15, 1969 and again from February 14, 1972 to September 5, 1986.
The Tim Conway Comedy Hour September 20, 1970 December 13, 1970
The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour August 1, 1971 May 29, 1974
Tony Orlando and Dawn July 3, 1974 December 28, 1976 The series was renamed The Tony Orlando and Dawn Rainbow Hour on September 21, 1976.
The Smothers Brothers Show 1975
The Jacksons June 16, 1976 March 9, 1977
The Sonny and Cher Show February 1, 1976 March 11, 1977
Mary September 24, 1978 October 8, 1978
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour March 4, 1979 June 10, 1979
The Tim Conway Show March 22, 1980 March 7, 1981
Walt Disney September 26, 1981 September 24, 1983
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 1988 1989
The Pat Sajak Show January 9, 1989 April 13, 1990
Late Show with David Letterman August 30, 1993 May 20, 2015
The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder January 9, 1995 March 26, 1999
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn March 25, 1999 August 27, 2004
Star Search January 8, 2003 March 13, 2004
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson January 3, 2005 December 19, 2014

Game shows[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale Notes
CBS Television Quiz July 2, 1941 May 25, 1942
What's My Line? February 2, 1950 September 3, 1967
Beat the Clock March 23, 1950 September 16, 1958 The game show moved to ABC and aired on that network from September 16, 1958 to January 27, 1961.
I've Got a Secret June 19, 1952 April 3, 1967
Bank on the Stars June 20, 1953 August 8, 1953 The game show moved to NBC and aired on that network from May 15 to August 21, 1954.
To Tell the Truth December 18, 1956 September 6, 1968
For Love or Money 1958 1959
Password October 2, 1961 September 15, 1967
Amateur's Guide to Love March 27, 1972 June 23, 1972 Also known as The Amateur's Guide to Love.
Gambit September 4, 1972 December 10, 1976
The Joker's Wild September 4, 1972 June 13, 1975 The game show moved to and aired in first-run syndication from September 5, 1977 to May 23, 1986.
The $10,000 Pyramid March 26, 1973 March 29, 1974 The game show moved to ABC and aired on that network from May 6, 1974 to June 20, 1980.
Hollywood's Talking March 26, 1973 June 22, 1973
Match Game 73–79 July 2, 1973 April 20, 1979
Tattletales February 18, 1974 March 31, 1978
Now You See It April 1, 1974 June 13, 1975
Musical Chairs June 16, 1975 October 31, 1975
Spin-Off June 16, 1975 September 5, 1975
Give-n-Take September 8, 1975 November 28, 1975
I've Got a Secret June 15, 1976 July 6, 1976
Double Dare December 13, 1976 April 29, 1977
Pass the Buck April 3, 1978 June 30, 1978
Tic-Tac-Dough July 3, 1978 September 1, 1978
Whew! April 23, 1979 May 30, 1980
All-New Beat the Clock September 17, 1979 February 1, 1980 Midway into its run, the game show was renamed The All-New All-Star Beat The Clock.
Tattletales January 18, 1982 June 1, 1984
The $25,000 Pyramid September 20, 1982 September 2, 1988 The game show originally ended on December 31, 1987 and returned on April 4, 1988.
The game show was originally known as The New $25,000 Pyramid.
Child's Play September 20, 1982 September 16, 1983
Press Your Luck September 19, 1983 September 26, 1986
Body Language June 4, 1984 January 3, 1986
Card Sharks January 6, 1986 March 31, 1989
Blackout January 4, 1988 April 1, 1988
Family Feud July 4, 1988 March 25, 1993 The game show was renamed The Family Feud Challenge in June 1992.
Now You See It April 3, 1989 July 14, 1989
Wheel of Fortune July 17, 1989 January 11, 1991
The Hollywood Game June 19, 1992 July 10, 1992
Wheel 2000 September 13, 1997 February 7, 1998 Also known as Wheel of Fortune 2000.
Winning Lines January 8, 2000 February 18, 2000
Gameshow Marathon May 31, 2006 June 29, 2006
Power of 10 August 7, 2007 January 23, 2008
Million Dollar Password June 1, 2008 June 14, 2009
Game Show in My Head January 3, 2009 January 24, 2009
Candy Crush July 8, 2017 September 2, 2017

Saturday morning[edit]

Other[edit]

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