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2008–09 United States network television schedule

The following is the 2008–09 network television schedule for the six major English language commercial broadcast networks in the United States. The schedule covers primetime hours from September 2008 through May 2009. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series cancelled after the 2007–08 season. The schedule omits the Public Broadcasting Service (whose programming is listed here).

New fall series are highlighted in bold.

The official schedule was set by each network before the start of the official fall season.

All times given are in U.S. Eastern Time. Pacific Time is the same. Subtract one hour for Central or Mountain time. The exception is when a program is aired live in all time zones (such as NBC Sunday Night Football).

Each of the 30 highest-rated shows is listed with its rank and rating as determined by Nielsen Media Research.[1]

     Yellow indicates the top-10 most watched programs of the season.
     Cyan indicates the top-20 most watched programs of the season.
     Magenta indicates the top-30 most watched programs of the season.

Contents

SundayEdit

Network 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall America's Funniest Home Videos Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives (9/9.9) Brothers & Sisters (23/7.2)
Summer America's Funniest Home Videos (Reruns) Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Reruns) Desperate Housewives (Reruns) Brothers & Sisters (Reruns)
Shark Tank Defying Gravity
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (14/8.9) The Amazing Race Cold Case (20/7.5)
(Tied with The Bachelor)
The Unit
Winter Million Dollar Password
Follow-up The Amazing Race
Summer Million Dollar Password Cold Case (Reruns) Without a Trace (Reruns)
Big Brother (Nominations)
There Goes the Neighborhood Cold Case (Reruns)
The CW Fall In Harm's Way Valentine Easy Money Local Programming
Follow-Up Jericho (Reruns) CW Sunday Movie
Summer Valentine (Reruns)
Fox Fall NFL on FOX The OT The Simpsons King of the Hill Family Guy American Dad!
Winter Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
Spring Hole in the Wall Hole in the Wall
Follow-up American Dad! (Reruns) King of the Hill Sit Down, Shut Up
Summer 'Til Death (Reruns) American Dad! (Reruns) The Simpsons (Reruns) King of the Hill (Reruns) Family Guy (Reruns) The Simpsons (Reruns)
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (8:20, to game completion) (8/10.0)
Winter Dateline NBC Kings The Celebrity Apprentice
Spring
Follow-up Dateline NBC
Summer Dateline NBC Merlin Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Reruns) Law & Order (Reruns)
NBC Sunday Night Football / Specials

Note: On Sundays, The CW programming begins at 5 p.m. Eastern; the full schedule is available here
Note: CBS' Sunday Night primetime lineup is often delayed due to NFL on CBS game coverage running longer than scheduled, except in the Pacific and Mountain time zones, where the lineup airs as scheduled. Note: The 7pm hour on Fox features animated series reruns in the Pacific and Mountain time zones during the NFL season.

MondayEdit

TuesdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Opportunity Knocks Dancing with the Stars: The Results (7/10.7) Eli Stone[6]
Follow-up Holiday Specials According to Jim According to Jim
Winter Homeland Security USA Scrubs Scrubs Primetime: What Would You Do?[7]
Spring According to Jim According to Jim Dancing with the Stars: The Results (7/10.7) Cupid
Summer The Superstars Better Off Ted (Reruns) Scrubs (Reruns) Primetime
Various Repeats Shaq Vs.
CBS Fall NCIS (5/10.9) The Mentalist (6/10.8) Without a Trace (16/8.4)
Summer NCIS (Reruns) Big Brother (Power of Veto) 48 Hours Mystery
The CW Fall 90210 Privileged Local Programming
Follow-up Reaper 90210[8]
Summer 90210 (Reruns) Hitched or Ditched
Fox Fall House (17/8.1) Fringe
Winter American Idol (2/14.6)
Spring American Idol (2/14.6)
Follow-up American Idol (2/14.6) Fringe
Summer House (Reruns) Mental
MNT Fall Street Patrol Street Patrol (Reruns) Jail Jail (Reruns)
Winter Vice Squad
Follow-Up Whacked Out Videos
Spring Jail Jail (Reruns)
NBC Fall The Biggest Loser Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (26/6.7)
(Tied with ER and Bones)
Summer I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Law & Order: Criminal Intent Dateline NBC
The Great American Road Trip

WednesdayEdit

ThursdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Ugly Betty Grey's Anatomy (10/9.6) Life on Mars
Winter Private Practice[11]
Spring In the Motherhood Samantha Who?
Follow-up Ugly Betty
Summer Samantha Who? Samantha Who? Grey's Anatomy (Reruns) Private Practice (Reruns)
Grey's Anatomy (Reruns)
CBS Fall Survivor (18/7.8)
(Tied with Eleventh Hour)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (4/11.5) Eleventh Hour (18/7.8)
(Tied with Survivor)
Winter Various Programming
Follow-Up Survivor (18/7.8)
(Tied with Eleventh Hour)
Spring Harper's Island
Follow-up Various Crimetime Programs (Reruns)
Summer Big Brother (Live Edition) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Reruns) The Mentalist (Reruns)
The CW Fall Smallville Supernatural Local Programming
Summer Smallville (Reruns) Supernatural (Reruns)
Fox Fall Kitchen Nightmares
Winter Bones (26/6.7)
(Tied with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and ER
Hell's Kitchen
Summer Bones (Reruns) So You Think You Can Dance
MNT My Thursday Night Movie
NBC Fall My Name Is Earl Kath & Kim The Office 30 Rock ER (26/6.7)
(Tied with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Bones)
Spring Southland
Follow-up Parks and Recreation
Summer I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! The Office (Reruns) 30 Rock (Reruns) The Listener
30 Rock (Reruns) The Office (Reruns)
Parks and Recreation (Reruns) Law & Order (Reruns)

FridayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Wife Swap Supernanny 20/20
Summer Surviving Suburbia The Goode Family According to Jim (Reruns) According to Jim (Reruns)
Supernanny (Reruns) Ugly Betty (Reruns)
CBS Fall Ghost Whisperer (29/6.6)
(Tied with Lost and Numb3rs)
The Ex List Numb3rs (29/6.6)
(Tied with Ghost Whisperer and Lost)
Follow-Up Various Reruns
Winter Flashpoint
Summer Ghost Whisperer (Reruns) Flashpoint (Reruns) Numb3rs (Reruns)
The CW Fall Everybody Hates Chris The Game America's Next Top Model (Reruns) Local Programming
Follow-Up Everybody Hates Chris (Reruns) The Game (Reruns)
Winter 13: Fear is Real
Follow-up America's Next Top Model (Reruns)[8]
Summer Privileged (Reruns) Everybody Hates Chris (Reruns) The Game (Reruns)
Fox Fall Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Don't Forget the Lyrics!
Winter Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Dollhouse
Spring
Follow-up Prison Break
Summer Don't Forget the Lyrics! House (Reruns)
MNT WWE Friday Night SmackDown
NBC Fall Deal or No Deal America's Toughest Jobs Life
Follow-Up Crusoe Lipstick Jungle[10]
Winter Lipstick Jungle Dateline NBC
Spring Howie Do It Friday Night Lights (Reruns)
Follow-up Dateline NBC
Summer The Chopping Block
Southland (Reruns)

SaturdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Saturday Night Football
Winter ABC Saturday Movie of the Week Desperate Housewives (Reruns)
Spring Castle (Reruns)
Summer Pushing Daisies
Wipeout (Reruns) Castle (Reruns) Eli Stone
Dirty Sexy Money
ABC Saturday Movie of the Week Shark Tank (Reruns)
CBS Fall Crimetime Saturday (Reruns) 48 Hours Mystery
Winter Game Show in My Head Crimetime Saturday (Reruns)
Spring Crimetime Saturday (Reruns)
Follow-up Harper's Island
Summer
Crimetime Saturday (Reruns)
Fox COPS COPS (Reruns) America's Most Wanted Local Programming
MNT My Saturday Night Movie
NBC Fall Dateline NBC Knight Rider (Reruns) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns)
Follow-Up Knight Rider (Reruns) America's Toughest Jobs
Winter Crusoe
Spring Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Reruns) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns) Law & Order (Reruns)
Follow-Up Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns) Southland (Reruns)
Summer Kings Law & Order (Reruns) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns)

By networkEdit

ABCEdit

CBSEdit

The CWEdit

FoxEdit

MyNetworkTVEdit

NBCEdit

Renewals and CancellationsEdit

Full-season pickupsEdit

ABC

  • Private Practice – On October 22, 2008, it was picked up for a full-season order.[38]
  • Samantha Who? – On October 31, 2008, it received a full-season order, adding seven episodes.[39]

CBS

  • Gary Unmarried – On November 14, 2008, it was picked up for a full 22-episode season.[40]
  • The Mentalist – On October 15, 2008, it was picked up for a full-season order.[41]

The CW

  • 90210 – On September 22, 2008, it was picked up for a full-season order.[42]

Fox

MyNetworkTV

NBC

  • Chuck – On August 28, 2008, it was picked up for a full-season order, one month before the new season even premiered.[46]
  • Knight Rider – On October 21, 2008, it was picked up for a full-season order,[47] then on December 3, 2008, NBC cut the order down to 17.[48]
  • Kath & Kim – On October 31, 2008, was given a full-season order.[49]
  • Life – On November 7, 2008, NBC picked up Life for a full season.[50]
  • Howie Do It – Twelve additional episodes were ordered by NBC.[citation needed]

Cancellations/Series endingsEdit

ABC

  • According to Jim – Cast member Larry Joe Campbell announced in December 2008 that the sets had been bulldozed.
  • Boston Legal – On May 13, 2008, ABC announced that in the fall of 2008, Boston Legal would air its fifth and final season of 13 episodes. It last aired in December 2008.
  • Cupid – Canceled on May 18, 2009.
  • Defying Gravity – Canceled during the summer after five low rated episodes.
  • Dirty Sexy Money – On November 20, 2008, ABC decided not to order further episodes for this current season resulting in the show being "effectively cancelled".[51]
  • Eli Stone – On November 20, 2008, ABC decided not to order further episodes for this current season resulting in the show being "effectively cancelled".[51]
  • The Goode Family – Canceled on August 8, 2009.
  • Homeland Security USA – Due to declining ratings, ABC has decided to pull the remaining episodes of the season.
  • In the Motherhood – Due to poor ratings, ABC did not show the remaining episodes of this series.
  • Life on Mars – Canceled on March 3, 2009. The series aired its last episode on April 1, 2009.
  • Opportunity Knocks – On October 16, 2008, the show was placed on hiatus after three episodes to make room for the Dancing with the Stars recap show. ABC planned on airing the six remaining episodes as part of their summer schedule,[52] but this never materialized.
  • Pushing Daisies – On November 20, 2008, ABC decided not to order further episodes for this current season resulting in the show being "effectively cancelled".[51]
  • Samantha Who? – Canceled on May 18, 2009 after two seasons, but this show will not return for a third season.
  • Surviving Suburbia – Canceled on August 8, 2009.
  • The Unusuals – Canceled on May 17, 2009.[53]

CBS

  • Eleventh Hour – Canceled on May 19, 2009.
  • Elite XC Saturday Night Fights – On October 20, Elite XC shut down operations, thus cancelling the show.
  • The Ex List – This was the first new drama of the season to be cancelled. The series was replaced with repeats of CBS dramas and new episodes of The Price Is Right Primetime.
  • Game Show in My Head – Due to declining ratings, CBS decided not to air any more episodes.
  • Harper's Island – It was moved to Saturdays, and CBS made it a mini-series.
  • Million Dollar Password – canceled due to declining ratings.
  • The Unit – CBS Announced that this will be fourth and final season The unit, the series concluded on May 10, 2009.
  • Worst Week – Canceled on May 20, 2009.
  • Without a Trace – Canceled on May 19, 2009 after seven seasons.

The CW

  • 13: Fear Is Real – Canceled on May 21, 2009.
  • 4Real – Canceled on May 21, 2009.
  • The CW Sunday Night Movie - Canceled on May 21, 2009.
  • Easy Money – MRC decided to cancel the series on November 16, 2008.[54]
  • Everybody Hates Chris – Cast member Chris Rock is planning to cancel the series after four seasons.[55]
  • The Game – Cancelled on May 20, 2009. Moved to BET in January 2011.
  • In Harm's Way – The CW decided to get rid of the MRC Sunday night, thus effectively canceling the show on November 23, 2008.[56]
  • Jericho – On May 21, 2009, CW announced that they would not be airing repeats anymore.
  • Privileged – Canceled on May 19, 2009, when CW officially announced that Privileged won't come back for a second season.[57]
  • Reaper – Canceled on May 20, 2009 after two seasons.
  • Stylista – Canceled on May 21, 2009.
  • Valentine – Canceled on November 23, 2008.[54]

Fox

MyNetworkTV

The entire schedule of programs for MyNetworkTV except for WWE Smackdown! did not pass on to the 2009/10 season due to the network's conversion to a programming service.

NBC

  • America's Toughest Jobs – On March 13, 2009, it was confirmed that the series would not be returning for a second season.
  • The Chopping Block – On March 26, 2009 the show was canceled due to poor ratings.
  • Crusoe – NBC decided not to order any more episodes of this show.
  • Deal or No Deal – Canceled on May 19, 2009. The syndicated version of the show will continue.
  • ER – NBC announced at the end of the last season that this would be the final season of ER. It aired its final episode on April 2, 2009.
  • Howie Do It – Canceled on May 19, 2009.
  • Kath & Kim – Canceled on May 19, 2009.
  • Kings – NBC has pulled Kings from Sunday nights, placing the remaining episodes on Saturday and not ordering any more episodes.
  • Knight Rider – Canceled on May 19, 2009.
  • Life – Canceled on May 4, 2009, when there is no season three.
  • Lipstick Jungle – Canceled on March 28, 2009 after two seasons.
  • The Listener – On July 23, 2009, NBC pulled the remaining episodes of the series due to decling ratings.
  • Medium – On May 19, 2009 it was announced that Medium will be moving to CBS next season.
  • Merlin – Canceled during the summer due to declining ratings.
  • Momma's Boys – Canceled on March 13, 2009, when it was confirmed not be returning for a second season.
  • My Name Is Earl – NBC Announced that this will be fourth and final season, the series will concluded on May 14, 2009
  • My Own Worst Enemy – Canceled on November 12, 2008.[60]
  • The Philanthropist – Canceled during the summer due to declining ratings.
  • Superstars of Dance – On May 19, 2009, it was announced that NBC would not be ordering a second season of the show.

Top weekly ratingsEdit

Total ViewersEdit

18-49 ViewersEdit

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