2007–08 United States network television schedule

The following is the 2007–08 network television schedule for the six major English language commercial broadcast networks in the United States. The schedule covers prime time hours from September 2007 through August 2008. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2006–07 season. The schedule was affected by the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike.

NBC was the first network to announce its fall schedule on May 14[1] followed by ABC on May 15,[2] CBS on May 16,[3] Fox and the CW on May 17[4][5] and MyNetworkTV on August 24.[6]

This was the first TV season where Nielsen Media Research kept track of DVR ratings (live plus same day; C3; live plus 7)[7]

New series are highlighted in bold.

All NBC programming from August 8, 2008 to August 24, 2008 was pre-empted for coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics.[8]

Each of the 30 highest-rated shows is listed with its rank and rating as determined by Nielsen Media Research.[9]

     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.

PBS is not included; member stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary.

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 (21/7.7) Desperate Housewives (6/11.6) Brothers & Sisters (22/7.6)
(Tied with CSI: NY, Heroes and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit)
Spring Oprah's Big Give Here Come the Newlyweds
Late April Desperate Housewives (6/11.6) Brothers & Sisters (22/7.6)
(Tied with CSI: NY, Heroes and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit)
Mid-June Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Reruns) Desperate Housewives (6/11.6)
Mid-July High School Musical: Get in the Picture
Mid-August Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (21/7.7)
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (17/8.4) Viva Laughlin Cold Case (28/7.1)
(Tied with Deal or No Deal – Monday)
Shark (30/7.0)
(Tied with The Unit and Hell's Kitchen)
Follow-Up The Amazing Race
February Big Brother Dexter (Reruns)
Summer Million Dollar Password Various Programming
Mid-Summer Big Brother Million Dollar Password Cold Case (28/7.1)
(Tied with Deal or No Deal – Monday)
The CW Fall CW Now Online Nation Life Is Wild America's Next Top Model (Reruns) Local Programming
Follow-Up Aliens in America (Reruns)
Winter Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants (Reruns)
February Everybody Hates Chris (Reruns) Everybody Hates Chris Aliens in America Girlfriends The Game
Spring America's Next Top Model (Reruns) The Game Girlfriends
Summer One Tree Hill (Reruns)
FOX Fall The OT The Simpsons King of the Hill Family Guy American Dad!
Winter Various Programming
March King of the Hill (Reruns) American Dad! (Reruns) Unhitched
Late April The Simpsons (Reruns) American Dad!
Summer Don't Forget the Lyrics! Don't Forget the Lyrics!
Mid-Summer 'Til Death (Reruns) 'Til Death (Reruns)
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (10/9.7)
January Dateline NBC Various Programming
February American Gladiators (Reruns) American Gladiators (Reruns)
March Dateline NBC Law & Order (Reruns) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns)
April Dateline NBC Monk (Reruns) Psych (Reruns)
May The Office (Reruns) [10] The Office (Reruns) The Office (Reruns) The Office (Reruns)
Summer Various Programming / U.S. Olympic Trials Dateline NBC
Mid-Summer Most Outrageous Moments Most Outrageous Moments America's Got Talent (Reruns)

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 (Performance) (3/14.0) Samantha Who? (19/8.0) The Bachelor
December Holiday Specials Samantha Who? (19/8.0) Notes from the Underbelly October Road
January Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann
Spring Dancing with the Stars (Performance) (3/14.0) Samantha Who? (19/8.0) The Bachelor
Summer The Bachelorette The Mole
Mid-Summer High School Musical: Get in the Picture Wanna Bet?
August Samantha Who? (19/8.0) Samantha Who?
CBS Fall How I Met Your Mother The Big Bang Theory Two and a Half Men (15/8.5)
(Tied with Survivor)
Rules of Engagement CSI: Miami (11/9.2)
(Tied with NCIS)
February Welcome to the Captain The New Adventures of Old Christine
Spring The Big Bang Theory How I Met Your Mother
Follow-Up Rules of Engagement
Mid-Summer The New Adventures of Old Christine
The CW Fall Everybody Hates Chris Aliens in America Girlfriends The Game Local Programming
February Gossip Girl
Follow-Up Pussycat Dolls Present
April One Tree Hill
FOX Fall Prison Break K-Ville
December House (Reruns)
Winter Prison Break Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Spring Canterbury's Law New Amsterdam
Follow-Up House (Reruns)
Mid-April Bones House (8/10.5)
August Prison Break Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
MNT Fall Celebrity Exposé Control Room Presents
Follow-Up Celebrity Exposé (Reruns)
November Breaking The Magician's Code (Reruns) Celebrity Exposé
December Various Holiday Specials/Movies
January Celebrity Exposé Meet My Folks (Reruns)
February Paradise Hotel
Summer Celebrity Exposé (Reruns)
Mid-Summer Decision House
NBC Fall Chuck Heroes (22/7.6)
(Tied with Brothers & Sisters, CSI: NY and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit)
Journeyman
Winter American Gladiators Deal or No Deal (28/7.1)
(Tied with Cold Case)
Medium
Follow-Up Deal or No Deal (28/7.1)
(Tied with Cold Case)
My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad
March My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad Deal or No Deal (28/7.1)
(Tied with Cold Case)
April Deal or No Deal (28/7.1)
(Tied with Cold Case)
Mid-May American Gladiators Dateline NBC
Summer American Gladiators Nashville Star Dateline NBC
Mid-August Deal or No Deal (28/7.1)
(Tied with Cold Case)
America's Toughest Jobs
  • NBC aired Clash of the Choirs for four consecutive nights starting on December 17, 2007.
  • ABC aired Duel for six nights for the week starting on December 17, 2007.
  • American Gladiators premiered Sunday, January 6, 2008 at 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central before moving to Mondays at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central.
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles premiered Sunday, January 13, 2008 at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central before moving to Mondays at 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central.
  • Season 7 of 24 was supposed to start in 2008, but delayed to 2009 due to the WGA strike.

TuesdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Cavemen Carpoolers Dancing with the Stars (Results Show)[12] (5/12.3) Boston Legal
December Holiday Specials According to Jim (Reruns) According to Jim (Reruns)
January Just for Laughs Just for Laughs According to Jim Carpoolers
March According to Jim Primetime: What Would You Do?
April According to Jim According to Jim (Reruns) Dancing with the Stars (Results Show) (5/12.3) Boston Legal
May Women's Murder Club
Follow-Up Samantha Who? (19/8.0) Samantha Who? Boston Legal
Summer Wipeout I Survived A Japanese Game Show Primetime (Various Formats)
August Wanna Bet?
CBS Fall NCIS (11/9.2)
(Tied with CSI: Miami)
The Unit (30/7.0)
(Tied with Shark)
Cane
December 48 Hours Mystery
February Big Brother Jericho
Mid-April Shark (30/7.0)
(Tied with The Unit and Hell's Kitchen)
Various Programming
Summer 48 Hours Mystery Without a Trace
Follow-up Big Brother
The CW Fall Beauty and the Geek Reaper Local Programming
January Reaper One Tree Hill
March Beauty and the Geek One Tree Hill
April Beauty and the Geek Reaper
FOX Fall Bones[13] House (8/10.5)
January American Idol (1/16.1) House (8/10.5)
Mid-February American Idol (1/16.1)
April American Idol (1/16.1) Hell's Kitchen (30/7.0)
(Tied with Shark and The Unit)
Summer The Moment of Truth (13/8.8)
(Tied with Without a Trace)
Mid-Summer Kitchen Nightmares House
MNT Fall The Academy (Reruns) Jail Jail (Reruns)
December Various Holiday Specials and Movies
January Street Patrol Street Patrol (Reruns) Jail Jail (Reruns)
NBC Fall The Singing Bee The Biggest Loser Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (22/7.6)
(Tied with Brothers & Sisters, CSI: NY and Heroes)
Follow-Up The Biggest Loser
May Most Outrageous Moments Most Outrageous Moments Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Reruns)
Summer Celebrity Family Feud America's Got Talent
  • According to Jim premiered on January 1, 2008 with two 30 minute episodes. Then on January 9, 2008 it only aired one episode for the night.
  • One Tree Hill premiered on January 8, 2008 with a two-hour premiere.
  • American Idol premiered on January 15, 2008 and January 16, 2008 with two hour episodes each night.
  • NBC aired quarterlife on February 26, 2008. After the first episode failed to earn the ratings the network had hoped, NBC announced that the series would be canceled after airing only one episode. Its remaining episodes would air on sibling channel Bravo.
  • Miss Guided aired a "sneak-peek" on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 following Dancing with the Stars at 10:30PM Eastern/9:30PM Central. It then moved to its regular timeslot on March 20 at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central with back to back episodes filling in for Ugly Betty through April 3.[14]
  • On April 8, 2008, CBS premiered Secret Talents of the Stars at 10PM Eastern/9PM Central. The show was cancelled the following day.

WednesdayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Pushing Daisies Private Practice (26/7.3) Dirty Sexy Money
January Wife Swap Supernanny Cashmere Mafia
March Men in Trees
May Boston Legal
June Men in Trees
Follow-Up Primetime: Crime
CBS Fall Kid Nation Criminal Minds (18/8.2) CSI: NY (22/7.6)
(Tied with Brothers & Sisters, Heroes and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit)
January Power of 10
February Big Brother
May The Price Is Right $1,000,000 Spectacular
July Big Brother (Live Eviction)
Follow-Up Greatest American Dog
The CW Fall America's Next Top Model Gossip Girl[15] Local Programming
Winter Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants
February America's Next Top Model Pussycat Dolls Present
May Farmer Wants a Wife
July Pussycat Dolls Present
FOX Fall Back to You 'Til Death Kitchen Nightmares[13]
January American Idol (2/15.9) The Moment of Truth (13/8.8)
(Tied with Without a Trace)
March The Moment of Truth (13/8.8)
(Tied with Without a Trace)
American Idol (2/15.9)
Mid-April 'Til Death Back to You
Summer So You Think You Can Dance
August Bones Various Programming
MNT Fall Decision House[16] Meet My Folks (Reruns)
December MyWednesday Night Movie
January Whacked Out Videos Whacked Out Videos Various Programming
February Masters of Illusion (Reruns)
Mid-April Under One Roof The Best of In Living Color Breaking The Magician's Code (Reruns)
June Masters of Illusion (Reruns)
July Whacked Out Videos Whacked Out Videos The Twilight Zone (Reruns) The Twilight Zone (Reruns)
August The Twilight Zone (Reruns) The Twilight Zone (Reruns) Whacked Out Videos Whacked Out Videos
NBC Fall Deal or No Deal Bionic Woman Life
Follow-Up Phenomenon
January Deal or No Deal Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Reruns) Law & Order (27/7.2)
May Deal or No Deal
June The Baby Borrowers (Reruns) The Baby Borrowers Celebrity Circus
Mid-July America's Got Talent (Reruns) The Baby Borrowers Law & Order
  • American Idol premiered on January 15, 2008 and January 16, 2008 with two hour episodes each night.
  • Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants premiered on December 12, 2007 at 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central before moving to Wednesdays at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central.
  • Law & Order had a two-hour season premiere (two episodes) on January 2, 2008.
  • Supernanny aired back to back episodes on January 2, 2008.

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 (9/10.4) Big Shots
February Lost (Reruns) Lost (20/7.9) Eli Stone
Spring Miss Guided[17] Miss Guided
Mid-April Ugly Betty Grey's Anatomy (9/10.4) Lost (20/7.9)
Summer Hopkins
August Private Practice (Reruns)
CBS Fall Survivor (15/8.5)
(Tied with Two and a Half Men)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (7/10.6) Without a Trace (13/8.8)
(Tied with The Moment of Truth)
Winter Various Programming
February Survivor (15/8.5)
(Tied with Two and a Half Men)
Summer Various Programming Swingtown
Mid-Summer Greatest American Dog
Follow-Up Big Brother Flashpoint
The CW Fall Smallville Supernatural Local Programming
March Reaper
April Supernatural
FOX Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Don't Forget the Lyrics![13]
MNT My Thursday Night Movie
NBC Fall My Name Is Earl 30 Rock The Office ER
Late October The Office Scrubs
January The Office Celebrity Apprentice
February My Name Is Earl (Reruns) and The Office (Reruns) / Deal or No Deal Lipstick Jungle
Mid-April My Name Is Earl Scrubs The Office 30 Rock ER
Summer My Name Is Earl (Reruns) or The Office (Reruns) Last Comic Standing Fear Itself
Follow-Up Last Comic Standing
  • Reaper moved to 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central on February 28, 2008, replacing Supernatural.
  • Miss Guided aired a "sneak-peek" on Tuesday March 18, 2008 following Dancing with the Stars at 10:30PM Eastern/9:30PM Central. It then moved to its regular timeslot on March 20 at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central with back to back episodes filling in for Ugly Betty through April 3.[18]

FridayEdit

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall 20/20 Women's Murder Club Men in Trees
Men in Trees 20/20
Mid-season Grey's Anatomy (R) Primetime: What Would You Do?
Summer Dance Machine Duel
Follow-up America's Funniest Home Videos (R)
CBS Fall Ghost Whisperer Moonlight Numb3rs
Mid-season The Price Is Right $1,000,000 Spectacular Ghost Whisperer
Ghost Whisperer Moonlight
Summer Ghost Whisperer (R) Moonlight (R) Numb3rs (R)
Follow-up Numb3rs (R) Flashpoint
Swingtown
The CW WWE Friday Night SmackDown! Local Programming
FOX Fall The Next Great American Band Nashville
Follow-up Don't Forget the Lyrics![19] The Next Great American Band[19]
Mid-season Bones (R) House (R)
The Return of Jezebel James
'Til Death (R) The Return of Jezebel James Canterbury's Law
Bones (R)
FOX Friday Night Movie
Summer
Mid-season Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (R)
MNT Fall My Friday Night Movie
Summer Meet My Folks (R) Paradise Hotel
Follow-up The Academy (R)
NBC Fall Deal or No Deal Friday Night Lights Las Vegas
Mid-season The Singing Bee The Singing Bee
1 vs. 100
Amne$ia Dateline NBC
Summer Encore Programming
  • Amne$ia premiered on February 22, 2008 at 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central, before moving to its regular timeslot on February 29, 2008 at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central.[20]

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
Follow-Up ABC Saturday Movie of the Week Women's Murder Club (R)
Mid-season
Summer Eli Stone (R)
Follow-up The Wonderful World of Disney
CBS Fall Crimetime Saturday (R) 48 Hours: Mystery
Mid-season Crimetime Saturday (R) 48 Hours: Mystery
Summer Various Programming Various Programming 48 Hours: Mystery (R)
FOX COPS America's Most Wanted:
America Fights Back
Local Programming
MNT Fall IFL Battleground NFL Total Access
Mid-season NFL Total Access Control Room Presents
Paradise Hotel
Meet My Folks (R) Decision House (R)
Summer My Saturday Night Movie
NBC Fall Dateline NBC Chuck (R) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (R)
Mid-season Law & Order (R) Law & Order: Criminal Intent (R)

By networkEdit

ABCEdit

CBSEdit

The CWEdit

FoxEdit

MyNetworkTVEdit

NBCEdit

Full season orders and cancellationsEdit

Full season ordersEdit

The following are shows that have been given full seasons during the 2007/08 television season. Shows listed in Bold returned for the 2008/09 television season.

ABC

  • Private Practice – On October 19, 2007, the show was given a full 22-episode season.[23]
  • Pushing Daisies – On October 23, 2007, the show received the order for nine additional episodes comprising a full season.[24]
  • Samantha Who? – On October 30, 2007, the show received a full season order due to solid retention of the audience from Dancing with the Stars in both total viewers, consistently finishing 1st place in its timeslot, and the key 18-49 demographic, consistently finishing in 2nd in its timeslot.[25]
  • Dirty Sexy Money – On November 16, 2007, the show was given a full season order, making it the first show to be ordered a full season since the writers strike began on November 5.[26]

CBS

  • The Big Bang Theory – On October 19, 2007, the show was given a full 22-episode season.[27]
  • The Unit - On October 19, 2007, the show was given a full 22-episode season order.[27]

FOX

NBC

  • Chuck– On November 26, 2007 NBC gave a full 22-episode season to the show.[30]
  • Life – On November 26, 2007 NBC gave a full 22-episode season to the show.[30]

The CW

  • Gossip Girl – On October 9, 2007, the show was given a full 22-episode season, making it the first new show to do so.[31]
  • Aliens in America – Although a full season order has not been officially announced, sources have reported that despite the writers strike this show will have 17 episodes for the season.[32]

CancellationsEdit

The following are shows that have been canceled during the 2007/08 television season.

ABC

  • Big Shots – All 11 produced episodes aired and on February 12, 2008 ABC announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • Carpoolers – 13 produced episodes aired and on February 12, 2008 ABC announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • Cashmere Mafia – ABC announced on March 13, 2008 that the show will not return.[34]
  • Cavemen – 6 of the 13 produced episodes aired, and on February 12, 2008 ABC announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • Men in Trees – ABC announced on May 4, 2008 that the show will not return next season.[10]
  • Miss Guided – Confirmed canceled on May 12, 2008
  • Notes from the Underbelly – Confirmed canceled on May 12, 2008
  • October Road – Confirmed canceled on May 12, 2008.
  • Women's Murder Club – Confirmed canceled on May 12, 2008.

CBS

FOX

  • Canterbury's Law – Confirmed canceled on May 15, 2008.
  • Back to You – canceled after FOX decided not to bring the show back for an already in-production second season.[39]
  • K-Ville – 10 of the 11 produced episodes aired and on February 12, 2008, FOX announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • Nashville – Originally scheduled to return on November 9, 2007, but after airing only two episodes, FOX canceled the series on October 19, 2007.[40]
  • New Amsterdam – On May 11, 2008, FOX canceled the freshman series.[41]
  • The Return of Jezebel James – On March 24, 2008, after three episodes in one complete week, FOX canceled the comedy due to low ratings.[42] It is unlikely that the unaired episodes will ever air, due to its official site being taken down by FOX.

NBC

  • 1 vs. 100 – canceled at the 2008 upfront presentation.
  • American Gladiators – NBC decided not to renew the show for a third season, even though there were plans that got canceled
  • Amne$ia – canceled at the 2008 upfront presentation.
  • Bionic Woman – All 8 produced episodes aired and on February 12, 2008, NBC announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad – canceled at the 2008 upfront presentation.
  • Journeyman – The last of 13 produced episodes aired on December 19, 2007. NBC did not order a full-season run by the deadline of December 11, 2007, effectively cancelling the series.[43][44]
  • Las Vegas – After 5 seasons and 106 episodes, NBC announced the cancellation of the series on February 20. The final episode, which aired on February 15, was a cliffhanger.[45]
  • Phenomenon – canceled at the 2008 upfront presentation.[46]
  • Quarterlife – The web-series-turned-network-program was canceled on NBC after one episode due to low ratings, the lowest NBC had received in that time slot in 17 years. NBC Universal announced the series would continue on co-owned cable network Bravo.
  • Heroes Origins – The series was canceled before it aired and was confirmed at the upfronts.[47]
  • Scrubs – After seven seasons, NBC announced that the show would not return. However, ABC picked it up for the 2008/09 season.
  • The Singing Bee – canceled at the 2008 upfront presentation.

The CW

  • Aliens in America – After its 18 episodes, the show will air its series finale on May 18, 2008.[48]
  • Girlfriends – After 8 seasons and 172 episodes, on February 12, 2008, The CW announced no more new episodes will be produced and the show was officially canceled. While there will not be any additional episodes produced for the season, a series finale/retrospective for the show is in talks.[33]
  • Life Is Wild – All 13 produced episodes aired and on February 12, 2008, The CW announced no new episodes would be produced after the strike, effectively cancelling the show.[33]
  • Online Nation – First show to be canceled in the 2007–08 season. This show set a record for the lowest ratings in The CW's brief history.[49]
  • WWE Friday Night SmackDown – On February 8, 2008 World Wrestling Entertainment and The CW had ended negotiations to keep Friday Night SmackDown! on the network. WWE stated that Friday Night SmackDown! would continue to air on The CW through the end of the 2007/08 broadcast season.[50][51][52] On February 26, 2008, WWE announced that MyNetworkTV picked up Friday Night Smackdown for the 2008/09 television season.[53]
  • CW Now – It was announced that in early February, 2008, that CW Now would be going on hiatus. However, on February 13, 2008, The CW announced that they were cancelling CW Now after the February 24 episode.[54]

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