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2015–16 United States network television schedule

The 2015–16 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers primetime hours from September 2015 to August 2016. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2014–15 season.

NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule on May 10, 2015,[1] followed by Fox on May 11,[2] ABC on May 12,[3] CBS on May 13,[4] and The CW on May 14.[5]

PBS is not included; member 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 (with limited original programming on the former). The CW is not included on weekends, since it does not offer network programming.

Contents

LegendEdit

  •      Light blue indicates local programming.
  •      Light green indicates live sporting events.
  •      Light purple indicates movies.
  •      Red indicates series being burned off and other irregularly scheduled programs, including specials.

ScheduleEdit

     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

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 (#91 – 5.28 million) Once Upon a Time (#69 – 6.32 million) Blood & Oil (#78 – 5.74 million) Quantico (#55 – 8.05 million)
Winter Galavant (#136 – 3.15 million) Encore programming
Spring Once Upon a Time (#69 – 6.32 million) The Family (#104 – 4.72 million) Quantico (#55 – 8.05 million)
Summer Celebrity Family Feud The $100,000 Pyramid Match Game
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (#15 – 12.30 million) Madam Secretary (#14 – 12.39 million) The Good Wife (#27 – 10.85 million) CSI: Cyber (#50 – 8.50 million)
Follow-up Undercover Boss (#61 – 7.19 million)
Winter Madam Secretary (#14 – 12.39 million)
Spring Elementary (#43 – 9.14 million)
Follow-up Undercover Boss (#61 – 7.19 million)
Summer Big Brother Madam Secretary (R)
Follow-up BrainDead
Fox Fall NFL on Fox (#11 – 12.77 million) Bob's Burgers (#144 – 2.90 million) The Simpsons (#102 – 4.75 million) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (#118 – 3.98 million) Family Guy (#111 – 4.28 million) The Last Man On Earth (#114 – 4.23 million) Local programming
Winter The Simpsons (#151 – 2.64 million) (R) Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life (#157 – 2.28 million) Bordertown (#167 – 1.86 million)
Spring Bordertown (#167 – 1.86 million) The Last Man On Earth (#114 – 4.23 million)
Follow-up Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life (#157 – 2.28 million) Bob's Burgers (#144 – 2.90 million)
Follow-up The Simpsons (#151 – 2.64 million) (R)
Summer The Simpsons (R) Bob's Burgers (R) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (R)
NBC Fall Football Night in America (#18 – 11.65 million) NBC Sunday Night Football (#1 – 21.39 million/continued to game completion)
Winter Dateline NBC (#79 – 5.74 million) Encore programming
Spring Little Big Shots (#82 – 5.60 million) (R) Little Big Shots (#13 – 12.40 million) The Carmichael Show (#100 – 4.76 million) Crowded (#121 – 3.87 million) Hollywood Game Night (#115 – 4.20 million)
Follow-up Dateline NBC (#79 – 5.74 million)
Follow-up Dateline: On Assignment (#117 – 4.03 million)
Summer Encore programming
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

MondayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Dancing with the Stars (#8 – 13.44 million) Castle (#44 – 9.10 million)
Follow-up The Great Christmas Light Fight The Great Holiday Baking Show (#97 – 4.87 million)
Winter The Bachelor (#41 – 9.53 million) Bachelor Live (#105 – 4.63 million)
Follow-up Castle (#44 – 9.10 million)
Spring Dancing with the Stars (#8 – 13.44 million)
Summer The Bachelorette (#65 – 6.63 million) Mistresses
Follow-up Bachelor in Paradise
CBS Fall The Big Bang Theory (#2 – 20.36 million) Life in Pieces (#30 – 10.53 million) Scorpion (#17 – 12.05 million) NCIS: Los Angeles (#24 – 11.11 million)
Follow-up Supergirl (#39 – 9.81 million)
Spring Mike & Molly (#51 – 8.46 million) The Big Bang Theory (R) The Odd Couple (#49 – 8.57 million) Person of Interest (#59 – 7.34 million)
Summer Mom (R) 2 Broke Girls (R) Scorpion (R) BrainDead
Follow-up Mom (R) The Odd Couple (R) Scorpion (R)
The CW Fall Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (#195 – 1.03 million) Jane the Virgin (#180 – 1.48 million) Local programming
Spring Reign (#186 – 1.38 million)
Follow-up Whose Line is it Anyway? (#188 – 1.36 million) Whose Line is it Anyway? (R)
Summer Supergirl (R)
Fox Fall Gotham (#89 – 5.37 million) Minority Report (#132 – 3.28 million)
Winter The X-Files (#7 – 13.60 million) Lucifer (#62 – 7.17 million)
Follow-up Gotham (#89 – 5.37 million)
Spring Houdini & Doyle (#148 – 2.72 million)
Summer So You Think You Can Dance
Follow-up So You Think You Can Dance
NBC Fall The Voice (#9 – 13.33 million) Blindspot (#28 – 10.78 million)
Winter Superstore (#66 – 6.59 million) Telenovela (#108 – 4.40 million) The Biggest Loser: Temptation Nation (#101 – 4.75 million)
Spring The Voice (#9 – 13.33 million) Blindspot (#28 – 10.78 million)
Summer American Ninja Warrior Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge
Follow-up Running Wild with Bear Grylls
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

TuesdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall The Muppets (#90 – 5.33 million) Fresh Off the Boat (#86 – 5.49 million) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (#85 – 5.52 million) Encore programming
Follow-up Wicked City (#123 – 3.79 million)
Follow-up Encore programming
Winter Fresh Off the Boat (#86 – 5.49 million) The Muppets (#90 – 5.33 million) Agent Carter (#109 – 4.37 million) Primetime: What Would You Do?
Spring The Real O'Neals (#106 – 4.46 million) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (#85 – 5.52 million) Of Kings and Prophets (#110 – 4.36 million)
Follow-up Beyond the Tank (#131 – 3.43 million)
Summer The Middle (R) Black-ish (R) Uncle Buck To Tell the Truth
Follow-up Bachelor in Paradise Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise The Middle (R) Fresh Off the Boat (R)
Follow-up The Middle (R) Fresh Off the Boat (R) The Real O'Neals (R)
CBS Fall NCIS (#3 – 20.19 million) NCIS: New Orleans (#6 – 14.75 million) Limitless (#38 – 9.82 million)
Spring Person of Interest (#59 – 7.34 million)
Summer Zoo NCIS: New Orleans (R)
The CW Fall The Flash (#112 – 4.25 million) iZombie (#174 – 1.68 million) Local programming
Spring Containment (#170 – 1.82 million)
Summer Whose Line Is It Anyway? Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) Mad TV
Fox Fall Grandfathered (#127 – 3.61 million) The Grinder (#139 – 3.04 million) Scream Queens (#103 – 4.72 million)
Winter New Girl (#125 – 3.70 million) Grandfathered (#127 – 3.61 million) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (#118 – 3.98 million) The Grinder (#139 – 3.04 million)
Summer Hotel Hell (#153 – 2.51 million) Coupled (#179 – 1.49 million)
NBC Fall The Voice (#12 – 12.62 million) Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (#83 – 5.56 million)
Follow-up Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (#83 – 5.56 million) The Voice (#12 – 12.62 million) Chicago Fire (#31 – 10.47 million)
Follow-up The Voice (#12 – 12.62 million) Chicago Med (#37 – 9.83 million)
Winter Hollywood Game Night (#115 – 4.20 million)
Spring The Voice (#12 – 12.62 million)
Follow-up The Voice (#12 – 12.62 million) Chicago Med (#37 – 9.83 million)
Summer America's Got Talent Maya & Marty
Follow-up Better Late Than Never
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

WednesdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall The Middle (#53 – 8.15 million) The Goldbergs (#57 – 7.63 million) Modern Family (#36 – 9.83 million) Black-ish (#60 – 7.22 million) Nashville (#70 – 6.21 million)
Winter American Crime (#73 – 6.03 million)
Spring Nashville (#70 – 6.21 million)
Summer Fresh Off the Boat (R) The Real O'Neals (R)
Follow-up Encore comedy programming Modern Family (R) Black-ish (R)
Follow-up The Goldbergs (R) Modern Family (R) Black-ish (R) The Middle (R)
CBS Fall Survivor: Cambodia (#26 – 10.99 million) Criminal Minds (#16 – 12.21 million) Code Black (#34 – 10.18 million)
Winter 2 Broke Girls (#54 – 8.06 million) Mike & Molly (#51 – 8.46 million)
Follow-up Survivor: Kaôh Rōng (#26 – 10.99 million)
Spring Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (#46 – 9.03 million)
Summer Big Brother American Gothic
The CW Fall Arrow (#145 – 2.90 million) Supernatural (#158 – 2.28 million) Local programming
Summer Penn & Teller: Fool Us Whose Line Is It Anyway? Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)
Fox Fall Rosewood (#74 – 6.02 million) Empire (#5 – 15.74 million)
Winter American Idol (#19 – 11.52 million) Second Chance (#126 – 3.65 million)
Follow-up Hell's Kitchen (#95 – 5.03 million)
Spring Rosewood (#74 – 6.02 million)
Follow-up Empire (#5 – 15.74 million)
Summer MasterChef Wayward Pines (#138 – 3.06 million)
NBC Fall The Mysteries of Laura (#48 – 8.58 million) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (#52 – 8.31 million) Chicago P.D. (#47 – 8.71 million)
Spring Heartbeat (#96 – 4.97 million)
Summer American Ninja Warrior The Night Shift
Follow-up America's Got Talent
Follow-up America's Got Talent (R) America's Got Talent
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

ThursdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Grey's Anatomy (#21 – 11.21 million) Scandal (#29 – 10.68 million) How to Get Away with Murder (#32 – 10.26 million)
Winter Beyond the Tank (#131 – 3.43 million) My Diet Is Better Than Yours (#154 – 2.50 million)
Follow-up Grey's Anatomy (#21 – 11.21 million) Scandal (#29 – 10.68 million) How to Get Away with Murder (#32 – 10.26 million)
Spring The Catch (#67 – 6.58 million)
Summer BattleBots Greatest Hits Match Game (R)
Follow-up The $100,000 Pyramid (R)
CBS Fall NFL Thursday Night Kickoff Thursday Night Football (#4 – 17.12 million/continued to game completion)
Follow-up The Big Bang Theory (#2 – 20.36 million) Life in Pieces (#30 – 10.53 million) Mom (#40 – 9.65 million) 2 Broke Girls (#54 – 8.06 million) Elementary (#43 – 9.14 million)
Winter Angel from Hell (#45 – 9.04 million)
Follow-up 2 Broke Girls (#54 – 8.06 million)
Spring The Odd Couple (#49 – 8.57 million) Rush Hour (#88 – 5.40 million)
Summer Life in Pieces (R)[7] Big Brother Code Black (R)[8]
The CW Fall The Vampire Diaries (#173 – 1.77 million) The Originals (#181 – 1.44 million) Local programming
Winter Legends of Tomorrow (#135 – 3.16 million) The 100 (#165 – 1.94 million)
Summer Beauty & the Beast
Fox Fall Bones (#64 – 6.89 million) Sleepy Hollow (#99 – 4.82 million)
Winter American Idol (#23 – 11.12 million)
Spring Bones (#64 – 6.89 million) American Grit (#156 – 2.41 million)
Summer Home Free
NBC Fall Heroes Reborn (#68 – 6.40 million) The Blacklist (#22 – 11.20 million) The Player (#71 – 6.16 million)
Winter Shades of Blue (#35 – 9.87 million)
Follow-up You, Me and the Apocalypse (#128 – 3.58 million)
Spring Strong (#142 – 2.97 million) Game of Silence (#107 – 4.42 million)
Summer Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (R) Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge Aquarius
Follow-up Encore Programming
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

FridayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Last Man Standing (#56 – 7.97 million) Dr. Ken (#72 – 6.14 million) Shark Tank (#63 – 7.06 million) 20/20 (#75 – 6.01 million)
Spring Beyond the Tank (#131 – 3.43 million)
Summer Shark Tank (R) Primetime: What Would You Do?
CBS Fall The Amazing Race 27 (#58 – 7.57 million) Hawaii Five-0 (#25 – 11.04 million) Blue Bloods (#10 – 13.08 million)
Winter Undercover Boss (#61 – 7.19 million)
Follow-up The Amazing Race 28 (#58 – 7.57 million)
Summer NCIS: Los Angeles (R)
The CW Fall Reign (#186 – 1.38 million) America's Next Top Model (#176 – 1.59 million) Local programming
Winter The Vampire Diaries (#173 – 1.77 million) The Originals (#181 – 1.44 million)
Spring Masters of Illusion (#183 – 1.39 million) Penn & Teller: Fool Us (R)
Fox Fall MasterChef Junior (#81 – 5.69 million) World's Funniest (#160 – 2.18 million)
Winter Hell's Kitchen (#95 – 5.03 million)
Follow-up Sleepy Hollow (#99 – 4.82 million) Second Chance (#126 – 3.65 million)
Spring Hell's Kitchen (R) Hell's Kitchen (#95 – 5.03 million)
Follow-up Fox Movie Special
Summer Rosewood (R) MasterChef (R)
NBC Fall Encore programming Dateline NBC
Follow-up Undateable (#133 – 3.24 million) Truth Be Told (#152 – 2.57 million) Grimm (#76 – 5.97 million) Dateline NBC (#77 – 5.85 million)
Winter Encore programming
Follow-up Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon (#129 – 3.51 million)
Summer America's Got Talent (R)
     Lime indicates the #1 most watched program of the season.[6]
     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.
     Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season.
     Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season.

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 (#92 – 5.22 million/continued to game completion)
Follow-up Encore programming
ABC Saturday Movie of the Week
Winter NBA Countdown NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC (#130 – 3.50 million/continued to game completion)
Spring Encore programming
ABC Saturday Movie of the Week
Summer People's List In an Instant
Follow-up Last Man Standing (R) Dr. Ken (R) Encore programming Boston EMS
CBS Fall Crimetime Saturday (#119 – 3.97 million) 48 Hours (#113 – 4.24 million)
Summer Angel from Hell Rush Hour
Fox Fall Fox College Football (#141 – 2.99 million/continued to game completion)
Winter Rosewood (R) Lucifer (R) Local programming
Spring Houdini and Doyle (R) American Grit (R)
Summer Baseball Night in America (continued to game completion)
NBC Fall Dateline NBC SNL Vintage
Spring Encore programming
NHL on NBC (continued to game completion)
Summer Encore Programming Aquarius

By networkEdit

ABCEdit

CBSEdit

The CWEdit

FoxEdit

NBCEdit

Renewals and cancellationsEdit

Full season pickupsEdit

ABCEdit

  • Dr. Ken—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 20, 2015.[132]
  • Fresh Off the Boat—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 13, 2015.[133] Two additional episodes were ordered on November 17, 2015, bringing the order to 24 episodes.[134]
  • Quantico—Picked up for a 19-episode full season on October 13, 2015.[135] Three additional episodes were ordered on November 6, 2015, bringing the order to 22 episodes.[136]

CBSEdit

  • Life in Pieces—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 27, 2015.[137]
  • Limitless—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 23, 2015.[138]
  • Supergirl—Picked up for a 20-episode full season on November 30, 2015.[139]

The CWEdit

FoxEdit

  • Grandfathered—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 28, 2015.[141]
  • The Grinder—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 27, 2015.[142]
  • Rosewood—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 16, 2015.[143]

NBCEdit

  • Blindspot—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 9, 2015.[144] An additional episode was ordered on November 3, 2015, bringing the order to 23 episodes.[145]
  • Chicago Med—Picked up for a 18-episode full season on December 11, 2015.[146]

RenewalsEdit

ABCEdit

CBSEdit

The CWEdit

FoxEdit

NBCEdit

Cancellations/Series endingsEdit

ABCEdit

CBSEdit

  • American Gothic—Canceled on October 17, 2016.[203]
  • Angel from Hell—Canceled on February 8, 2016 after five episodes.[204] The remaining episodes are set to burn off beginning July 2, 2016.[205]
  • BrainDead—Canceled on October 17, 2016.[203]
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation—On May 13, 2015, it was announced that the series would end with a two-hour television movie. It concluded on September 27, 2015.[206]
  • CSI: Cyber—Canceled on May 12, 2016 after two seasons.[207]
  • The Good Wife—It was announced on February 7, 2016 that season seven would be the final season. It concluded on May 8, 2016.[208]
  • Limitless—Canceled on May 25, 2016.[209]
  • Mike & Molly—It was announced on January 12, 2016 that season six would be the final season.[210] It concluded on May 16, 2016.[211]
  • Person of Interest—It was announced on March 16, 2016 that season five would be the final season.[212] It concluded on June 21, 2016.[213]
  • Rush Hour—Canceled on May 16, 2016.[214] The remaining episodes will be burned off starting on July 23, 2016.[215]
  • Supergirl—It was announced on May 12, 2016 that the series was picked up by The CW for a second season.[216]

The CWEdit

  • America's Next Top Model—It was announced on October 14, 2015 that season 22 would be the final season. It concluded on December 4, 2015.[217] On February 23, 2016, it was announced that VH1 picked up the series for a new season.[218]
  • Beauty & the Beast—It was announced on October 13, 2015 that season four would be the final season. It concluded on August 25, 2016.[219]
  • Containment—Canceled on May 12, 2016.[220]

FoxEdit

NBCEdit

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