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2007 in American television

Notable eventsEdit


Date Event
29 i: Independent Television was relaunched as ION Television.


Date Event
1 NBC affiliate WNKY in Bowling Green, Kentucky signs-on WNKY-DT2 as a CBS affiliate, giving the Bowling Green market its first locally based CBS affiliate.[1]
22 The O.C.'s season finale airs on Fox.
23 After 8 years, Cartoon Network ends its Friday night block, Fridays. The block originally began as Cartoon Cartoon Fridays in June 1999, becoming Summer Fridays in May 2003 before being known simply as Fridays in late September of the same year.


Date Event
1 NBC Universal launches Chiller, the first US cable/satellite channel devoted to horror programming.
Sportscaster George Michael retires from Washington, D.C. NBC owned-and-operated station WRC-TV; his syndicated The George Michael Sports Machine, which originated from WRC, aired for the final time on March 25.
10 Playhouse Disney rebrands with all new mascots which are named Ooh and Ahh.
17 Cartoon Network's Toonami commemorates its 10th anniversary.


Date Event
11 MSNBC announces its simulcast of radio's Imus in the Morning would be canceled, effective immediately, after public outcry against host Don Imus' derogatory remarks about the Rutgers University women's basketball team. Imus' relationship with his show's radio distributor, CBS Radio, would be terminated later in the spring over the same incident.


Date Event
1 A headend, owned by Comcast, accidentally replaces an episode of Handy Manny on the Disney Channel with footage of graphic pornography for viewers in Lincroft, New Jersey. The incident is reported to Comcast, which investigates, but no findings are announced to the public.
5 For the first time in 5 years, WNBC, NBC's New York flagship station, revives the We're 4 New York campaign after they return for a brief time during 2002 Winter Olympics. The song promos was stopped after 2008 Summer Olympics in 2008 in the wake of the "Lend America" incident.
20 Fox airs the 18th-season finale of The Simpsons, "You Kent Always Say What You Want". With this episode, The Simpsons reaches the landmark 400 episode milestone.
23 On Fox, Jordin Sparks wins the 6th season of the popular singing competition American Idol; Blake Lewis is the runner up.
27 ABC's New York flagship station, WABC-TV, is knocked off the air due to a newsroom studio fire that happened minutes before its scheduled 11:00 p.m. newscast. The station briefly returned to carry an ABC West Coast flagship feed and a rebroadcast of ABC World News.


Date Event
14 Trace Gallagher resigns as anchorman of Fox Report Weekend on the Fox News Channel and is replaced by Laurie Dhue. Studio B Weekend, which was also anchored by Gallagher, has already been pulled from the schedule.
15 83 year-old Bob Barker hosts The Price Is Right for the 6,727th and last time, ending his 35-year tenure on the show and a 50-year run on television. (His last ever Pricing Game was his first: Any Number.) CBS airs Barker's final episode in both its regular daytime slot and in prime time (the latter airing as a lead-in to the 34th Daytime Emmy Awards, at which two of the network's soap operas share honors for Outstanding Drama Series (Guiding Light and The Young and the Restless)).
24 Professional wrestler Chris Benoit murders his wife Nancy and son Daniel before taking his own life by hanging himself WWE cancels RAW the following night and is replaced with a tribute to Benoit.
25 WWE replaces tonight's scheduled RAW episode with a 3-hour tribute to Chris Benoit who murdered his wife and son the night before and hung himself.
26 In an on-air protest over trivial journalism (specifically MSNBC producers ranking Paris Hilton's release from jail ahead of developments in the Iraq War), newsreader Mika Brzezinski attempts to set fire to a news script, tears up a second, and shreds a third.
During installation of a new satellite receiver in Illinois, the Emergency Alert System is accidentally activated at 7:35 AM CDT. An Emergency Action Notification is issued for the United States, followed by dead air. This was played on almost every television and radio station in the Chicago area and throughout large portions of the state. The signal then switched to WGN radio. Garry Meier, then the announcer for WCKG, comes on the air, not knowing what has happened.


Date Event
6 Cartoon Network announces its new Friday night block, Fried Dynamite.
23 Drew Carey is announced as the new host of The Price Is Right; his first episode as host aired on October 15.


Date Event
7 On the premiere episode of the CBS game show Power of 10, contestant Jamie Sadler wins $1,000,000. This was the first time that a contestant won $1,000,000 or more on the first episode of an American game show.
17 The Disney Channel's premiere showing of High School Musical 2 becomes the most-watched made-for-cable movie ever, drawing in 17.24 million viewers.
30 The Big Ten Network formally launches, but its debut is marred by its failure to reach carriage agreements with Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Cable, and several other smaller providers serving the conference's geographical footprint. The dispute goes unsolved for nearly a year, causing millions of fans to miss several games seen in previous years via local syndication, public broadcasting stations connected to universities, and ESPN's family of networks.


Date Event
1 In one of the first football games to air on the Big Ten Network, Appalachian State University upsets the University of Michigan, 34–32, at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, the first time a NCAA Division I FCS school defeats an AP-ranked school from the Bowl subdivision.
7 The soap opera Passions airs for the final time on NBC, only to resurface on September 17 as an exclusive presentation of DirecTV's 101 Network. The cancellation leaves Days of Our Lives as the last remaining soap opera on NBC.
8 The original Live at Five aired its final news broadcast on WNBC. After 25 years it was renamed.
10 Noggin ends its relationship with Sesame Workshop, though new or older shows would continue to air on some PBS stations or on PBS Kids Sprout.
15 CBS's Saturday morning cartoon block, KOL Secret Slumber Party, is renamed KEWLopolis.
16 The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony airs on Fox.
21 Former CBS Evening News anchor. Dan Rather, was file for bankruptcy.


Date Event
1 TBS becomes exclusively a national cable network after WTBS, the Atlanta, Georgia "superstation" from which it was born, becomes an Atlanta-only TV station as WPCH-TV (Peachtree TV).
Trinity Broadcasting Network begins airing the long-awaited God Rocks state of the art cartoon series.
The Tube Music Network officially ceases broadcasting.
KQET/Watsonville (the satellite of KTEH) switched programming sources from KTEH to KQED.
15 Fox Business Network launches.
Drew Carey replaces Bob Barker as the new host on The Price Is Right and airs his first show.
22 The new studio and new format of NBC Nightly News and joined MSNBC.


Date Event
5 The Writers Guild of America commences a strike against television and movie production studios; the strike lasts until February 2008, but not before production on TV shows are halted and networks' schedules are severely disrupted.
12 Nickelodeon promotes its very first SpongeBob SquarePants TV movie, Atlantis SquarePantis, attracting 8.8 million viewers.
15 Jorja Fox appears for the last time as a regular cast member as investigator Sara Sidle on the CBS drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
19 Firebrand, a nightly television program broadcast television advertising from around the world, debuts on Ion Television.


Date Event
3 ESPN's Monday Night Football telecast of the unbeaten New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens draws 17.52 million viewers, breaking the basic cable viewership record set earlier in the year by sister network Disney Channel's High School Musical 2.
4 The 2007 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is broadcast on CBS. 7.4 million people tune in.[2][3][4][5]
23 Ashlee Register wins the $1,720,000 jackpot, along with a banked total of $75,000, for a grand total of $1,795,000 on the ABC game show Duel. She becomes the second female contestant to win $1,000,000 or more on a game show and sets the record for the highest amount of money won on a game show by a woman.
29 After weeks of political pressure (and, to a lesser extent, acknowledging the limited reach of the NFL Network), the National Football League allows that network's broadcast of the game between the New England Patriots and New York Giants to be simulcast nationally on league broadcast partners CBS and NBC. The Patriots would win the game to become the first team in NFL history to go undefeated in a 16-game regular season. (The teams would meet again later in Super Bowl XLII, where the Giants won the NFL title and prevented the Pats from going 19–0.)
31 Nick GAS leaves the air (although it stayed on Dish Network until April 23, 2009, when it was replaced by the west coast feed of Cartoon Network) and is replaced by The N, allowing that kids-oriented channel and its preschool-oriented sister channel Noggin to air on a 24-hour basis after previously sharing the same channel space.



Date Show Network
January 1 Engaged and Underage MTV
High Maintenance 90210 E!
January 2 Dirt FX
January 3 In Case of Emergency ABC
The Knights of Prosperity
January 7 Grease: You're the One That I Want! NBC
I'm from Rolling Stone MTV
Just Jordan Nickelodeon
January 8 Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show VH1
I Love New York
The Surreal Life: Fame Games
January 10 Armed & Famous CBS
January 12 Cory in the House Disney Channel
January 17 The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show Comedy Central
Maui Fever MTV
January 20 Bam's Unholy Union
The Secret Show Nicktoons Channel
January 21 The Dresden Files Sci Fi
January 22 E-Vet Interns Animal Planet
The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet Syndication
January 23 Disney's Really Short Report Disney Channel
January 30 Wrestling Society X MTV
February 1 Juvies
The Sarah Silverman Program Comedy Central
February 3 The Naked Brothers Band Nickelodeon
February 5 Rules of Engagement CBS
February 6 New Family NBC
February 11 Saul of the Mole Men Adult Swim
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
February 12 America's Newsroom Fox News Channel
February 19 El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera Nickelodeon
February 20 100 Winners GSN
February 23 quiznation
February 26 Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Travel Channel
The Black Donnellys NBC
Power Rangers Operation Overdrive Jetix
February 27 Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? Fox
March 2 The Wedding Bells
March 4 Dice: Undisputed VH1
March 5 The Land Before Time Cartoon Network
March 6 Pussycat Dolls Present The CW
March 10 Blood+ Adult Swim
March 12 The Riches FX
March 13 Bullrun Spike
March 14 Halfway Home Comedy Central
March 15 October Road ABC
Raines NBC
Andy Barker, P.I.
March 22 This American Life Showtime
March 23 Acceptable.TV VH1
March 27 The Great American Dream Vote ABC
March 29 1,000 Places to See Before You Die Travel Channel
April 1 Sons of Hollywood A&E
The Tudors Showtime
April 3 Hilary Duff: This Is Now MTV
April 5 Adventures in Hollyhood
Bakugan: Battle Brawlers Cartoon Network
April 6 Friday Night Premiere Thunder
April 7 Human Giant MTV
Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz
April 9 Culture Shock Travel Channel
Thank God You're Here NBC
April 10 Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno 3 MTV
April 12 Notes from the Underbelly ABC
April 13 Painkiller Jane Scfi Fi
April 15 Drive Fox
Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School VH1
April 16 Kate Plus 8 TLC
Wilbur Discovery Family
April 20 Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl Cartoon Network
April 23 The Real Wedding Crashers NBC
April 25 The Nutshack Myx TV
May 7 Roary the Racing Car Nick Jr.
May 12 My Friends Tigger & Pooh Playhouse Disney
May 13 The Drinky Crow Show Adult Swim
Fat Guy Stuck in Internet
May 18 National Bingo Night ABC
May 21 Sprout Sharing Show Sprout
May 25 Storm Hawks Cartoon Network
May 30 Hidden Palms The CW
The Next Best Thing ABC
May 31 Pirate Master CBS
June 1 Demons
June 3 Army Wives Lifetime
June 4 Creature Comforts CBS
The 5ive BET
June 6 The X Effect MTV
Passport to Latin America Travel Channel
Tyler Perry's House of Payne TBS
June 10 John from Cincinnati HBO
June 13 Spike Guys' Choice Awards Spike
Lil' Bush Comedy Central
June 17 Flight of the Conchords HBO
Ice Road Truckers History
Man Caves DIY Network
Meadowlands Showtime
June 18 Age of Love NBC
Heartland TNT
June 22 George of the Jungle Cartoon Network
June 24 Friday: The Animated Series MTV2
June 25 Wayside Nickelodeon
June 26 Shaq's Big Challenge ABC
June 28 Burn Notice USA Network
June 29 Iggy Arbuckle Cartoon Network
The Best Years TeenNick
July 2 Camouflage GSN
July 8 American Body Shop Comedy Central
July 9 Greek ABC Family
July 10 Baldwin Hills BET
July 12 General Hospital: Night Shift Soapnet
July 14 Astro Boy Adult Swim
July 15 Rock of Love with Bret Michaels VH1
July 16 Victoria Beckham: Coming to America NBC
July 17 The Bill Engvall Show TBS
July 19 Mad Men AMC
July 22 The Kill Point Spike TV
July 23 Saving Grace TNT
July 24 Damages FX
July 25 Diagnosis X TLC
August 4 Grand Slam GSN
August 5 The Company TNT
August 7 LA Ink TLC
August 8 The Real World: Sydney MTV
August 10 Flash Gordon Sci Fi
August 13 Californication Showtime
Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County MTV
Slacker Cats ABC Family
August 17 Phineas and Ferb Disney Channel
August 20 Yo Gabba Gabba! Nick Jr.
August 22 Anchorwoman Fox
August 26 As the Bell Rings Disney Channel
August 27 Life of Ryan MTV
August 30 Celebrity Rap Superstar
August 31 Fried Dynamite Cartoon Network
Tak and the Power of Juju Nickelodeon
September 3 Super Why! PBS Kids
WordGirl PBS Kids Go!
Bo on the Go! TLC
September 5 Temptation Syndication
September 6 Tim Gunn's Guide to Style Bravo
September 8 Dinosaur King 4Kids TV
iCarly Nickelodeon
Torchwood BBC America
September 10 Tell Me You Love Me HBO
Merv Griffin's Crosswords Syndication
The Steve Wilkos Show
September 14 Nashville Fox
Out of Jimmy's Head Cartoon Network
September 15 Cake KEWLopolis
Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-lot
Sabrina's Secret Life
Strawberry Shortcake
September 17 K-Ville Fox
September 22 Eon Kid Kids' WB
Skunk Fu!
September 23 CW Now The CW
Online Nation
September 24 Chuck NBC
The Big Bang Theory CBS
September 25 Cane
Reaper The CW
September 26 Bionic Woman NBC[6]
Dirty Sexy Money ABC
Private Practice
September 27 Big Shots
September 28 Moonlight CBS
September 29 Back at the Barnyard Nickelodeon
October 1 Happy Monster Band Playhouse Disney
Digimon Data Squad Jetix
God Rocks : BibleToons Trinity Broadcasting Network
Dr. Steve-O USA Network
October 2 Sunday Best BET
Carpoolers ABC
October 3 Pushing Daisies
October 4 Last One Standing Discovery Channel
October 5 About a Girl TeenNick
October 6 Cash Explosion Syndication
October 7 America's Most Smartest Model VH1
Edgar & Ellen Nicktoons
Life Is Wild The CW
October 9 A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila MTV
October 12 Say Yes to the Dress TLC
Wizards of Waverly Place Disney Channel
Women's Murder Club ABC
October 13 The Future Is Wild Discovery Family
The Search for the Next Elvira Fox Reality Channel
October 14 Keeping Up with the Kardashians E!
October 15 Fox Business Morning Fox Business Network
Money for Breakfast
The Salt-N-Pepa Show VH1
Samantha Who? ABC
October 17 Storm Chasers Discovery Channel
October 18 Viva Laughlin CBS
October 19 The Next Great American Band Fox
October 21 Death Note Adult Swim
October 22 Kaya MTV
October 24 Phenomenon NBC
October 31 MonsterQuest History
November 2 Chowder Cartoon Network
Orangutan Island Animal Planet
Biz Kid$ PBS Kids Go!
November 3 DinoSquad KEWLopolis
Sushi Pack
November 4 Xavier: Renegade Angel Adult Swim
November 5 America's Pulse with E.D. Hill Fox News Channel
Happening Now
Ni Hao, Kai-lan Nick Jr.
November 10 Bunnytown Playhouse Disney
December 12 Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants The CW
December 17 Duel ABC
Clash of the Choirs NBC
December 26 Transformers: Animated Cartoon Network

Returning this yearEdit

Show Previous network Last aired New network Returning
King of the Hill Fox 2006 Same January 28
Ed, Edd n Eddy Cartoon Network April 13
Unfabulous Nickelodeon August 10
NASCAR on ESPN ESPN/ABC/ESPN2 2000 (NASCAR Nextel Cup Series and

NASCAR Nationwide Series)

Same February 16 (Nationwide Series)

July 29 (Nextel Cup Series)

Ending this yearEdit

Date Show Debut
January 5 The Megan Mullally Show 2006
January 18 Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Duel
January 23 Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks 2003
January 24 Armed & Famous 2007
January 25 On the Road Again 1987
The Center 2003
January 30 Big Day 2006
February 2 Campus Ladies
The Upside Down Show
Masters of Horror 2005
February 9 MXC 2003
Room 101 1994
February 10 Catscratch 2005
February 12 High Maintenance 90210 2007
February 14 JoJo's Circus 2003
February 18 PlayMania 2006
Reba 2001
February 22 The O.C. 2003
February 23 Cartoon Network Fridays
Nanny 911 2004
February 24 Celebrity Dog School 2007
February 26 Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show
March 4 What's with Andy? 2001
March 5 The Class 2006
March 6 Watch Over Me
Wicked Wicked Games
March 7 Maui Fever 2007
March 13 Stargate SG-1 1997
March 14 Wrestling Society X 2007
March 16 The Vicar of Dibley 1994
March 18 I'm From Rolling Stone 2007
The Winner
March 22 Juvies
March 25 Grease: You're the One that I Want!
The Surreal Life: Fame Games
The George Michael Sports Machine 1980
Rome 2005
March 26 What About Brian 2006
March 27 Two-A-Days
Austin Stevens: Snakemaster (returned in 2009) 2004
March 28 The Great American Dream Vote 2007
March 29 Blue's Room 2004
March 30 Celebrity Deathmatch (returned in 2019) 1998
Crank Yankers (returned in 2019) 2002
Falcon Beach 2006
Six Degrees
March 31 Ulraman Mebius
April 1 Connie the Cow 2003
Miffy and Friends
Perfect Hair Forever 2004
Dice: Undisputed 2007
April 2 The Black Donnellys
April 3 Bam's Unholy Union
April 6 The Wedding Bells
Cinematech 2002
April 7 Bratz 2005
April 9 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
Hilary Duff: This Is Now 2007
April 10 Life on Mars 2006
April 11 In Case of Emergency 2007
April 14 Andy Barker, P.I.
April 15 The Dresden Files
April 20 My GamesFever 2006
April 22 The War at Home 2005
April 23 Drive 2007
Adventures in Hollyhood
April 27 Raines
Identity 2006
April 28 Eureka Seven
April 29 Spider Riders
Sons of Hollywood 2007
May 1 The Andy Milonakis Show 2005
May 3 Trading Spouses 2004
May 4 Cold Pizza 2003
May 5 Loonatics Unleashed 2005
May 8 George Lopez 2002
May 9 Road Rules 1995
May 11 Acceptable.TV 2007
Close to Home 2005
May 13 7th Heaven 1996
May 14 All of Us 2003
The King of Queens 1998
Thank God You're Here 2007
May 15 Gilmore Girls 2000
May 16 12 oz. Mouse 2005
Crossing Jordan 2001
Halfway Home 2007
May 22 Veronica Mars 2004
May 24 Pimp My Ride
May 25 Hotwyred 2006
Shorty McShorts' Shorts
May 28 The Real Wedding Crashers 2007
May 29 Punk'd (returned in 2012) 2003
June 8 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide 2004
June 9 Chain Reaction (returned in 2015) 1980
June 10 The Sopranos 1999
June 12 The Most Extreme 2002
June 13 100 Winners 2007
June 16 Make Way for Noddy 2002
June 18 Creature Comforts 2007
June 21 The Showbiz Show with David Spade 2005
June 22 National Bingo Night 2007
June 25 The Ex-Wives Club
June 28 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip 2006
June 29 Lingo (returned in 2011) 1987
Marina 2006
July 1 The Loop
July 3 Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno 3 2007
July 4 Hidden Palms
July 5 Short Circuitz
July 6 Yo Momma 2006
July 8 Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School 2007
Friday: The Animated Series
July 15 Saul of the Mole Men
July 16 Extreme Makeover 2002
Victoria Beckham: Coming to America 2007
July 17 Pirate Master
July 18 American Heiress
Saints & Sinners
July 20 Standoff 2006
July 22 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law 2000
July 23 El Zorro, la espada y la rosa 2007
July 25 The Next Best Thing
July 26 Hey Paula
July 31 Shaq's Big Challenge
Blowin' Up 2006
August 5 The Simple Life 2003
August 6 Age of Love 2007
August 7 Meadowlands
August 8 13 Is Mean (returned in 2014) 1992
The Nine 2006
August 11 Kidnapped
August 12 John from Cincinnati 2007
August 19 The Company
August 21 On the Lot
August 22 Anchorwoman
August 23 The Knights of Prosperity
August 24 Friday Night Premiere Thunder
Danny Phantom 2004
August 25 Flight 29 Down 2005
Masters of Science Fiction 2007
August 26 The Kill Point
August 29 The Nation
August 31 Heartland
September 1 American Dragon: Jake Long 2005
September 2 Play with Me Sesame 2002
September 4 The Crocodile Hunter 1997
September 7 Kim Possible 2002
September 8 Dance Revolution 2006
KOL Secret Slumber Party
Grand Slam 2007
September 16 The Dead Zone 2002
The 4400 2004
Drake & Josh
September 17 American Body Shop 2007
Slacker Cats
September 18 Scarred
September 21 Nashville
Painkiller Jane
September 22 Winx Club (returned in 2011) 2004
September 23 The 1/2 Hour News Hour 2007
September 27 Squirrel Boy 2006
September 30 Braves TBS Baseball 1975
October 5 Dame Chocolate 2007
October 10 Maya & Miguel 2004
October 14 Fox Online 2006
Online Nation 2007
October 18 Celebrity Rap Superstar
October 20 Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes 2006
October 21 Viva Laughlin 2007
October 30 Queer Eye 2003
October 31 The Koala Brothers
Quiznation 2007
November 1 Celebrity Paranormal Project 2006
November 5 Dora the Explorer (returned in 2008) 2000
November 9 A Haunting (returned in 2012) 2005
November 10 Code Lyoko 2003
That's So Raven
November 11 Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil 2007
Tell Me You Love Me
November 12 Dr. Steve-O
Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
November 13 Cavemen
November 14 Drawn Together 2004
November 17 The Doodlebops 2005
November 21 Phenomenon 2007
November 28 Bionic Woman
November 30 The 5ive
December 12 Kid Nation
December 15 Kaya
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (returned in 2013) 1998
December 16 Unfabulous 2004
America's Most Smartest Model 2007
December 17 K-Ville
December 18 Cane
December 19 Journeyman
Parkinson 1971
December 20 Clash of the Choirs 2007
December 21 The Next Great American Band
December 23 A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila
December 30 Shorts in a Bunch
December 31 Court TV 1991
Nick GAS 1999

Changes of network affiliationEdit

Show Moved from Moved to
American Chopper Discovery Channel TLC
Batman: The Animated Series Cartoon Network Jetix
Pinky and the Brain Nickelodeon
Superman: The Animated Series Kids' WB
Crank Yankers Comedy Central MTV2
Kenny vs. Spenny GSN Comedy Central
Unfabulous Nickelodeon TeenNick
Law & Order: Criminal Intent NBC USA Network
Passions The 101
Play with Me Sesame Noggin PBS Kids / PBS Kids Sprout
Tim Russert CNBC MSNBC
Imus in the Morning MSNBC RFD-TV
Strawberry Shortcake Syndication CBS

Made-for-TV moviesEdit

Date of airing Title Channel
January 12 Jump In! Disney Channel
March 30 Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure Cartoon Network
June 8 Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board Disney Channel
June 9 Shredderman Rules Nickelodeon
August 10 Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix Cartoon Network
August 17 High School Musical 2 Disney Channel
October 12 Twitches Too
November 21 Ben 10: Race Against Time Cartoon Network

Entering syndication this yearEdit

Show Seasons In Production Source
Cold Case 4 Yes [7]
Family Guy 7 Yes [7]
George Lopez 5 No [7]
Half & Half 4 No [7]
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 6 Yes [7]
Reno 911! 4 Yes [7]
Two and a Half Men 4 Yes [7]

Entering kids this yearEdit

Show In Production Source
Avatar: The Last Airbender Yes [7]
Camp Lazlo No [7]
Carl² Yes [7]
Dora the Explorer No [7]
The Fairly OddParents No [7]
Johnny and the Sprites Yes [7]
Kappa Mikey No [7]
Maya & Miguel No [7]
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Yes [7]
The Upside Down Show No [7]
Wonder Pets! No [7]


Date Name Notability
January 19 Jackson Dollinger Actor (Sydney to the Max)
Lidya Jewett Actress (WITS Academy)
January 31 Tex Hammond Actor (Lincoln Loud on The Loud House (Episode 114 onwards))
February 28 Scarlet Spencer Actress (Cousins for Life)
March 4 Miya Cech Actress (Are You Afraid of the Dark?)
March 10 Malachi Barton Actor (Stuck in the Middle, Fancy Nancy)
March 25 Will Buie Jr Actor (Bunk'd)
March 28 Luke Roessler Actor
June 6 Aubrey Anderson-Emmons Actress (Modern Family)
July 24 Elie Samouhi Actor (Bizaardvark)
July 31 Angelica Hale Singer (America's Got Talent)
August 16 Seth Carr Actor (Knight Squad)
August 22 Raphael Alejandro Actor (Bunk'd)
August 27 Ariana Greenblatt Actress (Stuck in the Middle)
August 28 August Maturo Actor (Girl Meets World)
August 31 Jason Maybaum Actor (Raven's Home, Blue Bloods)
October 16 Kaylin Hayman Actress (The Mick, Just Roll with It)
November 8 Micah Abbey Actor (Cousins for Life)
December 4 Scarlett Estevez Actress (Bunk'd)
December 26 Christian J. Simon Voice actor (Darwin on The Amazing World of Gumball (2018–present), Sydney to the Max)


Date Name Age Notability
January 14 Darlene Conley 72 Actress (The Bold and the Beautiful)
January 16 Benny Parsons 65 Race car driver, TV announcer / analyst
January 22 Doug Blasdell 44 Personal trainer (Work Out)
January 30 Sidney Sheldon 89 Writer, creator (I Dream of Jeannie)
January 31 Lee Bergere 88 Actor (Dynasty)
February 8 Anna Nicole Smith 39 Model and actress (The Anna Nicole Show)
April 5 Mark St. John 51 Singer (Kiss)
April 7 Barry Nelson 89 Actor (James Bond on Climax!)
April 11 Roscoe Lee Browne 81 Actor (voice of Kingpin on Spider-Man)
May 7 Nicholas Worth 69 Actor
May 15 Jerry Falwell 73 Pastor, televangelist
May 25 Charles Nelson Reilly 76 Actor and game show panelist (The Match Game)
May 27 Gretchen Wyler 75 Actress
June 12 Don Herbert 89 Creator and host of Watch Mr. Wizard
June 21 Carlos Romero 80 Actor
June 24 Chris Benoit 40 Professional wrestler and star of ECW (WWE)
July 11 Lady Bird Johnson 94 First Lady of the United States and spouse of President Lyndon B. Johnson
July 29 Tom Snyder 71 Talk show host (Tomorrow Show)
September 21 Alice Ghostley 84 Actress, singer (Bewitched, Mayberry R.F.D., Designing Women)
November 14 Ronnie Burns 72 Actor (The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show)


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