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2023 in American television

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The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2023. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and re-brandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; information on controversies, business transactions, and carriage disputes; and deaths of those who made various contributions to the medium.

Notable events

January

Date Event Source
2 During the first quarter of that night’s Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest and collapsed midfield after tackling Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. Hamlin received treatment (including CPR and automated external defibrillation) on-field by stadium medical personnel, who were able to restore his heartbeat, and was subsequently taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center in critical condition. (Hamlin came out of his induced coma on January 5, with his neurological functions determined to be intact; he was released from UCMC on January 9 and returned to Buffalo, where he underwent two additional days of evaluation at Buffalo General Medical Center before being released there.) After being suspended for roughly 45 minutes with 5:58 remaining in the quarter, the game—which was simulcast on ABC, in addition to its regular broadcasts on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+—was postponed. On January 6, the NFL announced that the game would not be completed; playoff seeding that was to be determined by the Bills–Bengals game was instead decided by winning percentage (factoring this, the Bengals would clinch the AFC North championship title), and matchups were determined through Wild Card games (involving the Miami Dolphins against the Bills, and the Baltimore Ravens against the Bengals) scheduled for January 14 and 15, respectively. The Bills and Bengals would each advance to the Divisional Playoffs, which saw the Bengals qualify for the AFC Championship, 27–10, in a January 22 rematch against the Bills. [1][2]
[3][4]
[5][6]
3 For The View's first episode of the year, current and former hosts (including original panelists Star Jones, Debbie Matenopoulos and Meredith Vieira, the latter appearing via phone call due to illness) reunite to honor Barbara Walters. Walters, who died on December 30, 2022 at age 93, created and produced the ABC daytime talk show, and was among its panelists from its August 1997 debut until her retirement in May 2014. [7]
5 The CBS News and Stations Los Angeles duopoly of KCBS and KCAL rebrands their joint news operation uniformally as "KCAL News", coinciding with the namesake independent station launching a seven-hour weekday morning newscast (its first weekday news venture in that daypart since it produced a half-hour 6:00 a.m. broadcast from 1990 to 1991), and its CBS O&O sister replacing its existing 2½-hour morning newscast with the live East Coast edition of CBS Mornings (from 4:00–6:00 a.m. PT) and a simulcast of the KCAL program’s 6:00 a.m. hour (leading into the West Coast edition of Mornings). Concurrently, the duopoly rolled out CBSNS’s new standardized graphics and theme music (initially debuting on December 19, 2022 at its San Francisco duopoly of KPIX and KBCW), as part of a broader rebranding effort continuing into the Spring that will unify the CBS O&Os with the network’s brand identity. (Some CBS O&Os will replace virtual channel numbers in their branding in favor of city or regional identifiers—in line with their related CBS News Local streaming channels—as a result.) [8][9]
6 Dish Network removes 32 stations collectively owned by Mission Broadcasting (including WPIX/New York City, WXXA/Albany, WYOU/ScrantonWilkes Barre, KWBQKASY/AlbuquerqueSanta Fe, WNAC/Providence, KAMC/Lubbock, and KLRTKASN/Little Rock) and White Knight Broadcasting (owner of WVLA/Baton Rouge and KFXK/Longview), after the satellite provider and the two Nexstar Media Group affiliate companies fail to renew a carriage agreement that expired that day. The blackout effectively leaves the affected Mission and White Knight stations without satellite distribution as both groups have been involved in separate carriage disputes with DirecTV (and co-owned DirecTV Stream and U-verse TV) that began in October 2022. [10][11]
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10 The 80th Golden Globe Awards aired on NBC and streamed on Peacock from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, with Jerrod Carmichael hosting. It follows a one-year absence from the network after NBC declined to air the previous year's ceremony in support of boycotts by various media companies, actors, and other creative individuals in the entertainment industry over the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's lack of action to increase the diversity of the organization's board membership. Among television awards, Abbott Elementary was the top winner with three awards each (“Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy”, “Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy” for Quinta Brunson, and “Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series – Musical-Comedy or Drama” for Tyler James Williams), tying with top film winner The Banshees of Inisherin (which won for "Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy", “Best Screenplay”, and ”Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy” for Colin Farrell) for the most wins overall among the ceremony’s awards. [14][15]
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12 Nexstar Media Group ceases live streams of local programming (including newscasts) produced by its stations on their websites and mobile apps, instituting a two-hour delayed feed of each station’s local programs in its place. The change is an apparent effort to obtain leverage in contractual negotiations with linear pay TV providers, amid Nexstar’s carriage disputes with providers such as DirecTV, Dish Network and Verizon FiOS (see January 6 entry as an example). Three of the group’s major-market stations (WGN/Chicago, KTLA/Los Angeles and KRON/San Francisco), and live breaking news and severe weather events covered by the affected stations are exempt from the change, which deviates from the now-standard practice of offering live newscasts online for the convenience of viewers who are unable to view them at home or who live outside of the station’s home market. [17]
15 The 28th Critics' Choice Awards airs on The CW from the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, with Chelsea Handler as host. Among television nominees, Better Call Saul had the most wins with three awards (“Best Drama Series”, “Best Actor in a Drama Series” for Bob Odenkirk, and “Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series” for Giancarlo Esposito), while Abbott Elementary won two awards (“Best Comedy Series”, and “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series” for Sheryl Lee Ralph). Everything Everywhere All at Once won five awards (including “Best Picture”, and “Best Supporting Actor” for Ke Huy Quan) to become the ceremony’s top winner overall and among film nominees. Special honors went to Jeff Bridges (Lifetime Achievement Award) and Janelle Monáe (#SeeHer Award). [18][19]
[20][21]
17 The Daily Show begins its post-Trevor Noah era, returning from a five-week hiatus with Leslie Jones beginning a week-long stint as guest host. Jones is the first in a series of guests who will anchor the Comedy Central nightly program while the network determines a permanent successor for Noah, who ended a seven-year run as host in December 2022. [22][23]
19 LIV Golf signs a multi-year deal with The CW to broadcast and stream its tournaments beginning with the 2023 season (including 14 tournaments set to air this year). The deal is the upstart golf organization's first U.S. broadcast deal (its inaugural year in 2022 was available only through YouTube in the States); it also marks the Nexstar-controlled network's first foray into nationally televised live sporting events. (The league's first broadcast under the deal will be the LIV Golf Mayakoba tournament at the El Camaleón Mayakoba Golf Course in Solidaridad, Quintana Roo from February 24 to 26.) The deal was criticized by the National Press Club, citing the alleged involvement by the Saudi Arabian monarchal government—which finances LIV through its sovereign wealth fund—in the October 2018 assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. [24][25]
23 The Detroit duopoly of WWJ-TV (CBS) and WKBD-TV (CW) launches a joint news operation uniformally branded as "CBS News Detroit", coinciding with the launch of a companion CBS News Local streaming channel of the same name (see "Networks and Services" below). The new operation initially produces two half-hour weeknight newscasts (at 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.) for WWJ, with plans for the station to eventually produce 40 hours of live newscasts each week by the end of the year (through the gradual addition of broadcasts in other weekday dayparts and on weekends on the CBS O&O, and the eventual takeover of production responsibilities for WKBD's 10:00 p.m. newscast, which has been produced by CBS O&O sister KTVT/DallasFort Worth since 2020). It marks a return of full-scale in-house newscasts for the CBS News and Stations duopoly: WWJ had been the only "Big Four" network O&O and the largest "Big Three" station not to air regular local newscasts for much of the time since the duopoly's previous news department closed in December 2002, having mainly aired nightly weather segments and a Sunday public affairs program (outside of a weather/traffic-focused weekday morning newscast from 2009 to 2012); WKBD—which produced an 11:00 p.m. newscast for WWJ from 2001 to 2002—previously offered an in-house prime time newscast from 1968 to 2002, thereafter contracting ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV to produce that broadcast until its 2005 cancellation. [26][27]
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[30]
The Association of Pickleball Professionals signs multiplatform deals with CBS Sports and ESPN to broadcast and stream its tournaments beginning with the league’s 2023 season. In addition to coverage on APP's standalone outlet, APP TV, the agreements encompass eleven of the 22 APP Tour events scheduled for the 2023 season, covering streaming coverage of eight events on ESPN+ (beginning with the Daytona Beach, Florida event held from February 8–12) and accompanying hour-long recap shows airing on ESPN2, and linear broadcasts of three additional events and recap programs on CBS Sports Network. [31][32]
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The post-production editing staff of Saturday Night Live approve a strike authorization motion with the Motion Picture Editors Guild. The staff of 12–20 editors and film managers responsible for editing pre-taped sketches shown on the NBC variety series unionized in October 2022, and sent contract proposals to NBCUniversal in December of that year; the authorization of a possible strike comes as negotiations on the contract proposals have not seen movement since their filing. [34]
24 In the wake of felony charges of domestic abuse against him being made public following a court hearing on January 12, Adult Swim announces that it has severed ties with Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. The single-count charges of domestic battery and false imprisonment, to which Roiland pled not guilty in October 2020, were related to a complaint involving an alleged incident that occurred ten months prior with an unidentified woman. Following Roiland's exit, production of the animated series will continue with co-creator Dan Harmon remaining as its lone showrunner, while the title characters, which had been voiced by Roiland, will be recast. Hulu would follow suit the next day, dropping him from Solar Opposites (the lead character of which he also voiced, in addition to handling showrunning duties) and the just-premiered Koala Man. [35][36]
[37]
The Federal Communications Commission issues a fine of $504,000 against Fox for “willfully violating” regulations prohibiting the sounding of Emergency Alert System tones or the simulation of an EAS alert during television programming in the absence of an emergency for a November 2021 promotional segment that aired during Fox NFL Sunday for a game telecast involving the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles that followed the pre-game show. (The Giants won that game, 13-7.) The promo mimicking an emergency broadcast, described by Fox as a “short comedic advertisement”, began with a three-second excerpt of the 853 Hz and 960 Hz tones used to precede EAS alert transmissions, which the network admitted had been downloaded or recorded from a YouTube video. [38][39]
25 DirecTV removes Newsmax TV from the namesake satellite provider, and sister services DirecTV Stream and U-verse TV, after the company and network parent Newsmax Media fail to agree on a new contract. Although DirecTV cites aggressive carriage fee demands for the removal (while noting the wide availability of the network’s content on its website and free streaming platforms), Newsmax accused the company of “deplatforming” it and fellow archconservative news and commentary channel One America News Network (which DirecTV removed in April 2022)—inferring an ideological motive for the decision, even though DirecTV continues to carry their main conservative rival Fox News—and dishonesty about the network’s fee increase offers. A group of 41 Republican congressmen led by Rep. Wesley Hunt (R-TX) sent a letter to the CEOs of DirecTV and shareholders AT&T and TPG Capital the week before, warning them of possible House committee hearings over the impasse should the provider drop the network. Newsmax TV, as with OAN, has been accused of pushing debunked claims of electoral fraud during the 2020 presidential election, earning support from former president Donald Trump (who is a personal friend of Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy) amid his criticism of Fox News for being the first television news outlet to call Arizona for Democratic challenger Joe Biden in that election. [40][41]
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27 ABC News is officially cuts ties with Amy Robach and T. J. Holmes. [43]

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Cincinnati Bengals

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Buffalo Bills

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Cardiac arrest

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Buffalo, New York

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American Broadcasting Company

American Broadcasting Company

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ESPN

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ESPN2

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ESPN+

ESPN+

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2022–23 NFL playoffs

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AFC North

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Future events

February

Date Event Source
5 The 65th Annual Grammy Awards will air on CBS from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, with Trevor Noah as host. [44][45]
12 Super Bowl LVII, which is scheduled to be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, will air in English on Fox. [46]
26 The 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards, to be presented at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Century City, California, will air live on Netflix's YouTube channel. The broadcast is a one-year arrangement between SAG and Netflix, biding time for after the streamer has worked out its live streaming capabilities so it can carry the ceremony beginning next year. This deal comes after TNT and TBS announced they would no longer broadcast the ceremony. [47][48]

March

Date Event Source
12 The 95th Academy Awards will air on ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, with Jimmy Kimmel as host. [49][50]

April

Date Event Source
2 The 2023 CMT Music Awards will air on CBS from the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, with Kelsea Ballerini as host. [51]

June

Date Event Source
11 The 76th Tony Awards will air on CBS and stream on Paramount+ from the United Palace in Manhattan. [52]

September

Date Event Source
10 As part of a seven-year agreement reached between the NFL and Alphabet Inc. in December 2022, streaming platforms YouTube TV and YouTube Primetime Channels will become the exclusive carriers of NFL Sunday Ticket, replacing satellite service DirecTV, which had exclusively carried the out-of-market sports package since it launched in September 1994. [53][54]

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65th Annual Grammy Awards

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English language

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Fox Broadcasting Company

Fox Broadcasting Company

The Fox Broadcasting Company, commonly known simply as Fox and stylized in all caps as FOX, is an American commercial broadcast television network owned by Fox Corporation and headquartered in New York City, with master control operations and additional offices at the Fox Network Center in Los Angeles and the Fox Media Center in Tempe. Launched as a competitor to the Big Three television networks on October 9, 1986, Fox went on to become the most successful attempt at a fourth television network. It was the highest-rated free-to-air network in the 18–49 demographic from 2004 to 2012 and again in 2020, and was the most-watched American television network in total viewership during the 2007–08 season.

29th Screen Actors Guild Awards

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California

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Netflix

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95th Academy Awards

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Television shows

Shows debuting in 2023

Shows changing networks

Show Moved from Moved to Source
RuPaul's Drag Race VH1 MTV [55]
Miss Universe Fox The Roku Channel [56]
Chad TBS [57]
Screen Actors Guild Awards TNT/TBS YouTube[note 1] [47]
Snowpiercer TNT TBA [58]
Warrior Cinemax HBO Max [59]
Summer Camp Island HBO Max Cartoon Network [60]
Jellystone!
Minx Starz [61]
Genius National Geographic Disney+ [62]

Milestone episodes and anniversaries

Show Network Episode # Episode title Episode airdate Source
Family Guy Fox 400th episode "Love Story Guy"[note 2] January 8 [63]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! ABC 20th anniversary "George Clooney, Snoop Dogg, Coldplay January 26 [64]
Bob's Burgers Fox 250th episode "Oh Row You Didn't" February 19 [63][65]
NCIS CBS 450th episode TBA February [66]
General Hospital ABC 60th anniversary Multiple March 31
April 3–7
[67]
Power Rangers Netflix 30th anniversary "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once and Always" April 19 [68]
All In with Chris Hayes MSNBC 10th anniversary TBA April
The Simpsons Fox 750th episode TBA May [69]
The Neighborhood CBS 100th episode TBA [70]
American Dad! TBS 350th episode [71]
Futurama Hulu 150th episode [72]
Teen Titans Go! Cartoon Network 400th episode [73]
The Blacklist NBC 200th episode [74]
Chicago P.D. [75]

Shows returning in 2023

Show Last aired Type of return Previous channel New/returning/same channel Return date Source
Lingo 2011 Revival Game Show Network CBS January 11 [76][77]
Night Court 1992 NBC same January 17 [78][79]
Are You the One? 2019 New season MTV Paramount+ January 18 [80]
Kitten Bowl
(as Great American Rescue Bowl)
2021 Revival Hallmark Channel Great American Family February 12 [81]
XFL 2020 New season ESPN/ABC/Fox/FS1 ESPN/ABC/FX February 18 [82]
Magnum P.I. 2022 CBS NBC February 19 [83][79]
Party Down 2010 Revival Starz same February 24 [84][85]
Farmer Wants a Wife 2008 Reboot The CW Fox March 8 [86]
X-Men
(as X-Men '97)
1997 Revival Fox Kids Disney+ Mid [87]
Justified
(as Justified: City Primeval)
2015 FX same Summer [88]
Big Ten on CBS
(as The Home Depot Big Ten on CBS)
1986 CBS Fall [89][90]
Clone High 2003 MTV HBO Max TBA [91][92]
Caillou 2010 PBS Kids Peacock [93]
Total Drama Island 2015 TBD Cartoon Network Cartoon Network/HBO Max [94]
Yo Gabba Gabba! Revival Nickelodeon Apple TV+ [95]
Futurama 2013 Comedy Central Hulu [72]
Phineas and Ferb 2015 Disney XD/Disney Channel TBD [96]
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Adult Swim same [97]
Dating Naked 2016 VH1 Paramount+ [98]
Dora the Explorer 2019 Nickelodeon [99]
Warrior 2020 New season Cinemax HBO Max [59]
SurrealEstate 2021 Syfy same [100]
American Rust Showtime Amazon Freevee [101]

Shows ending in 2023

End date Show Channel First aired Status Source
January 6 The Mosquito Coast Apple TV+ 2021 Canceled [102]
January 13 Hunters Prime Video 2020 Ended [103]
January 17 New Amsterdam NBC 2018 [104]
January 26 Gossip Girl HBO Max 2021 Canceled [105]
February 10 Hallie Jackson Reports MSNBC Ending [106]
February 17 Animaniacs Hulu 2020 [107]
March 17 Carnival Row Prime Video 2019 [108][109]
Servant Apple TV+ [110]
April 5 Wu-Tang: An American Saga Hulu [111]
April 8 The Owl House Disney Channel 2020 [112][113][114]
April 19 Snowfall FX 2017 [115]
April 20 Star Trek: Picard Paramount+ 2020 [116][117]
May 14 NCIS: Los Angeles CBS 2009 [118]
June 8 Firefly Lane Netflix 2021 [119]
August 23 Riverdale The CW 2017 [120]
Nancy Drew 2019
Spring The Late Late Show with James Corden CBS 2015 [121]
December 2 SEC on CBS 1996 [122][123][124]
TBA Chrisley Knows Best USA Network 2014 Canceled [125]
The Flash The CW Ending [126]
Fear the Walking Dead AMC 2015 [127]
The Crown Netflix 2016 [128]
The Handmaid's Tale Hulu 2017 [129]
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Prime Video [130]
Jack Ryan 2018 [131]
Craig of the Creek Cartoon Network [132]
Summer Camp Island [133][134][135]
A Million Little Things ABC [136]
Mayans M.C. FX [137]
My Brilliant Friend HBO [138]
Hilda Netflix [139]
Cobra Kai [140]
Manifest [141][142]
Titans HBO Max [143]
Doom Patrol 2019
The Umbrella Academy Netflix [144]
Never Have I Ever 2020 [145]
Ted Lasso Apple TV+ [146]
Snowpiercer TBA [147]
Looney Tunes Cartoons HBO Max [148]
Your Honor Showtime [149]
Mo Netflix 2022 [150]

Entering syndication in 2023

A list of programs (current or canceled) that have accumulated enough episodes (between 65 and 100) or seasons (three or more) to be eligible for off-network syndication and/or basic cable runs.

Show Seasons In Production Notes Source
Insecure 5 No Cable syndication on OWN. [151]
FBI 5 Yes Broadcast syndication on Ion Television. [152]

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List of 2023 American television debuts

List of 2023 American television debuts

These American television shows premiered or are scheduled to premiere in 2023. The premiere dates may change depending on a variety of factors.

RuPaul's Drag Race

RuPaul's Drag Race

RuPaul's Drag Race is an American reality competition television series, the first in the Drag Race franchise, produced by World of Wonder for Logo TV, WOW Presents Plus, VH1 and, beginning with the fifteenth season, MTV. The show documents RuPaul in the search for "America's next drag superstar". RuPaul plays the role of host, mentor, and head judge for this series, as contestants are given different challenges each week. Contestants are judged by a panel that includes RuPaul, Michelle Visage, an alternating third main judge of either Carson Kressley, Ross Mathews, or Ts Madison, and one or more guest judges, who critique their progress throughout the competition. The title of the show is a play on drag queen and drag racing, and the title sequence and song "Drag Race" both have a drag-racing theme.

MTV

MTV

MTV is an American cable channel that launched on August 1, 1981. Based in New York City, it serves as the flagship property of the MTV Entertainment Group, part of Paramount Media Networks, a division of Paramount Global.

Miss Universe

Miss Universe

Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by a United States and Thailand based Miss Universe Organization. It is one of the most watched pageants in the world with an estimated audience of over 500 million viewers in over 190 territories. Along with Miss World, Miss International, and Miss Earth, Miss Universe is one of the Big Four international beauty pageants.

Fox Broadcasting Company

Fox Broadcasting Company

The Fox Broadcasting Company, commonly known simply as Fox and stylized in all caps as FOX, is an American commercial broadcast television network owned by Fox Corporation and headquartered in New York City, with master control operations and additional offices at the Fox Network Center in Los Angeles and the Fox Media Center in Tempe. Launched as a competitor to the Big Three television networks on October 9, 1986, Fox went on to become the most successful attempt at a fourth television network. It was the highest-rated free-to-air network in the 18–49 demographic from 2004 to 2012 and again in 2020, and was the most-watched American television network in total viewership during the 2007–08 season.

Chad (TV series)

Chad (TV series)

Chad is an American sitcom created by Nasim Pedrad, who also stars as the titular role in the series. The series premiered on April 6, 2021, on TBS.

Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards are accolades given by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). The award was founded in 1952 to recognize outstanding performances in movie and prime time television. SAG Awards have been one of the major awards events in the Hollywood film industry since 1995, the other two being the Golden Globes and the Oscars. The awards focus on both individual performances as well as on the work of the entire ensemble of a drama series and comedy series, and the cast of a motion picture.

Cinemax

Cinemax

Cinemax is an American pay television, cable, and satellite television network owned by the Home Box Office, Inc. subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery. Developed as a companion "maxi-pay" service complementing the offerings shown on parent network Home Box Office (HBO) and initially focusing on recent and classic films upon its launch on August 1, 1980, programming featured on Cinemax currently consists primarily of recent and older theatrically released motion pictures, and original action series, as well as documentaries and special behind-the-scenes featurettes.

HBO Max

HBO Max

HBO Max is an American subscription video on-demand over-the-top streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. Launched in the United States on May 27, 2020, the service is built around the libraries of HBO, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and their related brands. The service also carries first-run programming from the HBO pay television service, original programming under the "Max Originals" banner, and content acquired via third-party library deals and co-production agreements.

Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network is an American cable television channel owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. It is a part of The Cartoon Network, Inc., a division that also has the broadcasting and production activities of Boomerang, Cartoonito, Adult Swim, and Toonami under its purview.

Jellystone!

Jellystone!

Jellystone! is an American animated streaming television comedy series developed by C. H. Greenblatt for HBO Max. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Animation and features reimagined versions of various characters by Hanna-Barbera. It premiered on July 29, 2021.

Minx (TV series)

Minx (TV series)

Minx is an American comedy television series created and written by Ellen Rapoport and starring Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson. It premiered on HBO Max on March 17, 2022. In May 2022, the series was renewed for a second season. However, in December 2022, the series was canceled by HBO Max while its second season was in production. The following month, the series was picked up by Starz.

Networks and services

Launches

Network Type Launch date Notes Sources
CBS News Detroit OTT streaming January 23 On December 14, 2021, CBS Television Stations (now CBS News and Stations) announced that it would launch CBS News Detroit, a hybrid news department utilizing resources from CBSTVS's Detroit duopoly of CBS O&O WWJ-TV and CW O&O WKBD-TV, which will relaunch in-house news operations for the first time since their previous effort was discontinued in December 2002; the news department and streaming channel was originally planned to launch in the second or third quarter of 2022, but was delayed until January due to pandemic-related broadcast equipment supply issues. CBS News Detroit launched with the news operation on January 23 (see that date’s entry in the “Events” section), initially offering supplemental national content from the CBS News streaming service for much of its schedule, outside of simulcasts of WWJ’s initial two weeknight newscasts and a half-hour streaming-exclusive extension of its early evening edition. Collectively, CBS News Detroit is expected to eventually produce 137 hours per week of live news programming (40 hours of which will consist of WWJ/WKBD news simulcasts), along with national CBS News streaming content. [26][153]
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Conversions and rebrandings

Old network
name
New network
name
Type Conversion date Notes Source
Newsy Scripps News OTA multicast and OTT streaming January 1 The E. W. Scripps Company announced on September 29, 2022, that it would rename Newsy to Scripps News, a rebranding that is part of a broader corporate reorganization of Scripps' national news services—including its Washington, D.C. bureau and the Scripps Local Media unit's Denver-based national desk—into a singular division under the same name. The move comes 1½ years after a previous rebrand that saw Newsy expand its weekday live news and original news/interview programming, coinciding with the network's transition from a cable to an OTA multicast distribution model. (Scripps-owned Court TV—which offers a weekday block of trial coverage and crime-related news programming—will remain under the oversight of the company's president of network news, Kate O'Brian, who will head the new division as its executive vice president.) [154]
Epix MGM+ OTT streaming and cable/satellite January 15 On September 28, 2022, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced that it would rebrand Epix and its companion OTT streaming service Epix Now as MGM+ on January 15, 2023, as part of a broader effort to realign the service with the MGM brand and as a streaming-first platform with accompanying linear channel offerings. The rebranded service's three linear multiplex channels were renamed accordingly: Epix 2 as MGM+ Hits, Epix Hits as MGM+ Marquee and Epix Drive-In as MGM+ Drive-In. [155]

Closures

Network Type End date Notes Sources
DirecTV Red Zone Channel Satellite January 8 In December 2022, with the announcement that rights to NFL Sunday Ticket will move from DirecTV exclusively to YouTube, it was confirmed that the service will not produce its own equivalent, and will simply distribute the NFL Network-produced RedZone. January 8 was the final day of the 2022 NFL season. [156]
PeopleTV OTT streaming January 31 On January 24, Dotdash Meredith began notifying carriers of the streaming entertainment news and lifestyle channel (which include vMVPD providers Philo and FuboTV, and AVOD streaming services Tubi, Local Now, DistroTV, Stirr and Xumo Play) that it would shut down PeopleTV, an offshoot of the entertainment magazine, effective January 31. [157]

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CBS News (streaming service)

CBS News (streaming service)

CBS News is an American streaming video news channel operated by the CBS News and Paramount Streaming divisions of Paramount Global. Launched on November 6, 2014, it features blocks of live, rolling news coverage, original programs, as well as encore airings of CBS News television programs.

Detroit

Detroit

Detroit is the largest city in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is also the largest U.S. city on the United States–Canada border, and the seat of government of Wayne County. The City of Detroit had a population of 639,111 at the 2020 census, making it the 27th-most populous city in the United States. The metropolitan area, known as Metro Detroit, is home to 4.3 million people, making it the second-largest in the Midwest after the Chicago metropolitan area, and the 14th-largest in the United States. Regarded as a major cultural center, Detroit is known for its contributions to music, art, architecture and design, in addition to its historical automotive background. Time named Detroit as one of the fifty World's Greatest Places of 2022 to explore.

E. W. Scripps Company

E. W. Scripps Company

The E. W. Scripps Company is an American broadcasting company founded in 1878 as a chain of daily newspapers by Edward Willis "E. W." Scripps and his sister, Ellen Browning Scripps. It was also formerly a media conglomerate. The company is headquartered at the Scripps Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its corporate motto is "Give light and the people will find their own way", which is symbolized by the media empire's longtime lighthouse logo.

Denver

Denver

Denver is a consolidated city and county, the capital, and most populous city of the U.S. state of Colorado. Its population was 715,522 at the 2020 census, a 19.22% increase since 2010. It is the 19th-most populous city in the United States and the fifth most populous state capital. It is the principal city of the Denver–Aurora–Lakewood, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area and the first city of the Front Range Urban Corridor.

Court TV

Court TV

Court TV is an American digital broadcast network and former cable television channel. It was originally launched in 1991 with a focus on crime-themed programs such as true crime documentary series, legal analysis talk shows, and live news coverage of prominent criminal cases. In 2008, the original cable channel became TruTV. The channel relaunched on May 8, 2019 as a digital broadcast television network owned by Katz Broadcasting, a subsidiary of the E. W. Scripps Company. Court TV is also available via streaming services such as YouTube TV and Pluto TV, and its audio feed is available on Sirius XM channel 793.

Kate O'Brian

Kate O'Brian

Kate O'Brian is an American journalist and television executive. She is the head of news for the E. W. Scripps Company's national news channels, Scripps News and Court TV. She was previously with Al Jazeera America as president of the network and before, ABC News, where she spent most of her career.

MGM+

MGM+

MGM+, formerly known as Epix, is an American premium cable and satellite television network owned by the MGMPlus Entertainment subsidiary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), which is itself a subsidiary of Amazon's MGM Holdings, Inc. The channel's programming consists of recent and older theatrically released motion pictures, original television series, documentaries, and music and comedy specials.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc., also known as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and abbreviated as MGM, is an American film, television production, distribution and media company owned by Amazon through MGM Holdings, founded on April 17, 1924 and based in Beverly Hills, California.

DirecTV

DirecTV

DirecTV is an American multichannel video programming distributor based in El Segundo, California. Originally launched on June 17, 1994, its primary service is a digital satellite service serving the United States. It also provides traditional linear television service delivered by IP through its U-verse TV brand and a Virtual MVPD service through its DirecTV Stream brand. Its primary competitors are Dish Network, traditional cable television providers, IP-based television services, and other over-the-top video services.

NFL Network

NFL Network

NFL Network is an American sports-oriented pay television network owned by the National Football League (NFL) and is part of NFL Media, which also includes NFL.com, NFL Films, NFL Mobile, NFL Now and NFL RedZone. Dedicated to American football, the network features game telecasts from the NFL, as well as NFL-related content including analysis programs, specials and documentaries. The network is headquartered in the NFL Los Angeles building located next to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, and broadcasts its worldwide feed from Encompass Digital Media in Atlanta, Georgia. The network has secondary East Coast facilities in the NFL Films building in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

2022 NFL season

2022 NFL season

The 2022 NFL season is the 103rd season of the National Football League (NFL). The season began on September 8, 2022, with the defending Super Bowl LVI champion Los Angeles Rams falling to Buffalo in the NFL Kickoff Game, and ended on January 8, 2023. The playoffs started on January 14 and will conclude with Super Bowl LVII, the league's championship game, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12.

Dotdash Meredith

Dotdash Meredith

Dotdash Meredith is an American digital media company based in New York City. The company publishes online articles and videos about various subjects across categories including health, home, food, finance, tech, beauty, lifestyle, travel, and education. It operates brands including Verywell, Investopedia, The Balance, Byrdie, MyDomaine, Brides, The Spruce, Simply Recipes, Serious Eats, Liquor.com, Lifewire, TripSavvy, TreeHugger, and ThoughtCo. In August 2012, About.com became a property of IAC, owner of Ask.com and numerous other online brands, and its revenue is generated by advertising. In addition to its Manhattan headquarters, Dotdash Meredith maintains offices elsewhere in the New York metropolitan area, as well as in Des Moines, Iowa and Birmingham, Alabama.

Television stations

Subchannel launches

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Notes Source
January 13 El Paso, Texas KVIA-TV 7.4 Infomercials On October 21, 2022, Innovate Corp, the company that owned Azteca America, announced that the network would cease operations on December 31, 2022. Prior to the announcement, TV Azteca had entered into a content and co-production agreement with competitor Estrella TV that will see its news and entertainment programming blended onto that network's schedule.[158] TV Stations were notified on the closure and had switch affiliations to other networks such as Estrella TV and Vision Latina.[159] [160]
January 18 Caguas-San Juan, Puerto Rico WLII-DT 11.3 Vision Latina
TBA Los Angeles KWHY-TV 22.8 Spanish News [161]

Stations changing network affiliations

Date Market Station Channel Prior affiliation New affiliation Notes Source
January 1 Albuquerque, New Mexico KQDF-LD 25.1 Azteca America Vision Latina On October 21, 2022, Innovate Corp, the company that owned Azteca America, announced that the network would cease operations on December 31, 2022. Prior to the announcement, TV Azteca had entered into a content and co-production agreement with competitor Estrella TV that will see its news and entertainment programming blended onto that network's schedule.[158] TV Stations were notified on the closure and had switch affiliations to other networks such as Estrella TV and Vision Latina.[159]
Atlanta, Georgia WUVM-LD 4.1 Estrella TV
Baltimore, Maryland
Washington, D.C.
WQAW-LD 69.1 Novelisima
Baton Rouge, Louisiana K29LR-D 47.1 Estrella TV
Boise, Idaho KFLL-LD 25.1 Infomercials [162]
Chicago, Illinois WPVN-CD 24.1 Vision Latina
Columbus, Georgia W29FD-D 43.1 Defy TV [163]
Columbus, Ohio WDEM-CD 17.1 Estrella TV
Corpus Christi, Texas KCCX-LD 24.1 Timeless TV
Des Moines, Iowa KRPG-LD 43.1 Vision Latina
Fort Wayne, Indiana WCUH-LD 16.1
Hartford, Connecticut WRNT-LD 32.1 Timeless TV [164]
WTXX-LD 34.1 [165]
Las Vegas, Nevada KHDF-CD 19.1 Vision Latina
Madison, Wisconsin W23BW-D 23.1 Timeless TV
MidlandFlint, Michigan WFFC-LD 17.1 Infomercials [166]
Milwaukee, Wisconsin WTSJ-LD 38.1 Timeless TV
Mobile, Alabama WWBH-LD 28.1
Monterey, California KBIT-LD 43.1 Telemax [167]
New Orleans, Louisiana WTNO-CD 22.1 Estrella TV
New York City WKOB-LD 42.1 Vision Latina [168]
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma KOHC-CD 45.1 Novelisima
Orlando, Florida WFEF-LD 50.1 Infomercials
Raleigh, North Carolina WIRP-LD 27.1 Estrella TV
Sacramento, California KSAO-LD 49.1 Vision Latina
St. Louis, Missouri K25NG-D 25.1 Estrella TV
Salisbury, Maryland WGDV-LD 32.1 MeTV [169]
San Juan, Puerto Rico WOST 14.2 Fox (via WSJP-LD2)
San Luis Obispo, California KSBO-CD 42.1 Estrella TV
Seattle, Washington KUSE-LD 46.1 Vision Latina [170]
StuartWest Palm Beach, Florida WWHB-CD 48.1 TBD
Tampa, Florida WXAX-CD 26.1 beIN Sports Xtra
WTAM-LD 30.1 Estrella TV
Tucson, Arizona KUDF-LP 14.1 [171]
Tyler, Texas KDKJ-LD 27.1 Timeless TV
WestgateMiami, Florida W16CC-D 16.1 Infomercials
Wilmington, North Carolina WQDH-LD 49.1 Shop LC [172]

Subchannels changing network affiliations

Date Market Station Channel Prior affiliation New affiliation Notes Source
January 1 FremontSan Francisco, California KEMO-TV 50.4 Azteca America Timeless TV On October 21, 2022, Innovate Corp, the company that owned Azteca America, announced that the network would cease operations on December 31, 2022. Prior to the announcement, TV Azteca had entered into a content and co-production agreement with competitor Estrella TV that will see its news and entertainment programming blended onto that network's schedule.[158] TV Stations were notified on the closure and had switch affiliations to other networks.[159] WTXX-LD, which was also an Azteca America affiliate moved its Timeless TV affiliation to the main subchannel as part of the closure, and WQDH-LD which was also an Azteca America affiliate moved its Shop LC affiliation to the main channel as part of the closure. [173]
KatyHouston, Texas KYAZ 51.3 MeTV+ [174]
Lake DallasDallasFort Worth, Texas KAZD 55.3 [175]
Los Angeles, California KWHY-TV 22.2 Independent
Lubbock, Texas KNKC-LD 29.2 Infomercials
Phoenix, Arizona KMOH-TV 6.2 MeTV+
Springfield, Massachusetts
Hartford, Connecticut
WTXX-LD 34.5 Timeless TV ShopHQ
WeslacoHarlingen, Texas KRGV-TV 5.2 Azteca America Novelisima [176]
Wilmington, North Carolina WQDH-LD 49.3 Shop LC Lx [177]

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El Paso, Texas

El Paso, Texas

El Paso is a city in and the seat of El Paso County in the western corner of the U.S. state of Texas. The 2020 population of the city from the U.S. Census Bureau was 678,815, making it the 23rd-largest city in the U.S., the sixth-largest city in Texas, and the second-largest city in the Southwestern United States behind Phoenix, Arizona. The city is also the second-largest majority-Hispanic city in the U.S., with 81% of its population being Hispanic. Its metropolitan statistical area covers all of El Paso and Hudspeth counties in Texas, and had a population of 868,859 in 2020. El Paso has consistently been ranked as one of the safest large cities in America.

KVIA-TV

KVIA-TV

KVIA-TV is a television station in El Paso, Texas, United States, affiliated with ABC and The CW. Owned by the News-Press & Gazette Company, the station maintains studios on Rio Bravo Street in northwest El Paso and a transmitter atop the Franklin Mountains within the El Paso city limits.

Infomercial

Infomercial

An infomercial is a form of television commercial that resembles regular TV programming yet is intended to promote or sell a product, service or idea. It generally includes a toll-free telephone number or website. Most often used as a form of direct response television (DRTV), they are often program-length commercials, and are typically 28:30 or 58:30 minutes in length. Infomercials are also known as paid programming. This phenomenon started in the United States, where infomercials were typically shown overnight, outside peak prime time hours for commercial broadcasters. Some television stations chose to air infomercials as an alternative to the former practice of signing off, while other channels air infomercials 24 hours a day. Some stations also choose to air infomercials during the daytime hours, mostly on weekends, to fill in for unscheduled network or syndicated programming. By 2009, most infomercial spending in the U.S. occurred outside of the traditional overnight hours. Stations in most countries around the world have instituted similar media structures. The infomercial industry is worth over $200 billion.

TV Azteca

TV Azteca

TV Azteca, S.A.B. de C.V. is a Mexican multimedia conglomerate owned by Grupo Salinas. It is the second-largest mass media company in Mexico after Televisa. It primarily competes with Televisa as well as some local operators. It owns two national television networks, Azteca Uno and Azteca 7, and operates two other nationally distributed services, adn40 and a+. All three of these networks have transmitters in most major and minor cities.

Estrella TV

Estrella TV

Estrella TV is an American Spanish-language broadcast television network owned by the Estrella Media subsidiary of HPS Investment Partners, LLC. The network primarily features programs, the vast majority of which are produced by the network itself, aimed at Hispanic and Latino American audiences – featuring a mix of entertainment series, reality television series, drama series, news, sports, and imported Mexican-produced feature films.

Caguas, Puerto Rico

Caguas, Puerto Rico

Caguas is a city and municipality of Puerto Rico located in the Central Mountain Range of Puerto Rico, south of San Juan and Trujillo Alto, west of Gurabo and San Lorenzo, and east of Aguas Buenas, Cidra, and Cayey. Caguas was founded in 1775. The municipality had a population of 127,244 at the 2020 census.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is the capital city and most populous municipality in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the United States. As of the 2020 census, it is the 57th-largest city under the jurisdiction of the United States, with a population of 342,259. San Juan was founded by Spanish colonists in 1521, who called it Ciudad de Puerto Rico.

WLII-DT

WLII-DT

WLII-DT, branded on-air as TeleOnce, is a television station licensed to Caguas, Puerto Rico, serving the U.S. territory as an affiliate of Univision and UniMás. Owned by Liberman Media Group, the station maintains studio facilities on Calle Carazo in Guaynabo, with additional studios at The Mall of San Juan. Its transmitter is located near the Bosque Estatal de Carite mountain reserve.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, often referred to by its initials L.A., is the commercial, financial, and cultural center of Southern California. Los Angeles is also the largest city in the state of California and the second most populous city in the United States after New York City, as well as one of the world's most populous megacities. With a population of roughly 3.9 million residents within the city limits as of 2020, Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic and cultural diversity, being the home of the Hollywood film industry, and its sprawling metropolitan area. The city lies in a basin in Southern California adjacent to the Pacific Ocean in the west and extending through the Santa Monica Mountains and north into the San Fernando Valley, with the city bordering the San Gabriel Valley to its east. It covers about 469 square miles (1,210 km2), and is the county seat of Los Angeles County, which is the most populous county in the United States with an estimated 9.86 million residents as of 2022.

KWHY-TV

KWHY-TV

KWHY-TV is a Spanish-language independent television station in Los Angeles, California, United States. It is owned by Meruelo Broadcasting alongside Garden Grove–licensed KBEH ; the two stations share RF channel 4 under a channel sharing agreement. KWHY and KBEH share studios on West Pico Boulevard in the Mid-City section of Los Angeles and transmitter facilities atop Mount Wilson.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, abbreviated ABQ, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. Its nicknames, The Duke City and Burque, both reference its founding in 1706 as La Villa de Alburquerque by Nuevo México governor Francisco Cuervo y Valdés. Named in honor of the Viceroy of New Spain, the 10th Duke of Alburquerque, the city was an outpost on El Camino Real linking Mexico City to the northernmost territories of New Spain.

KQDF-LD

KQDF-LD

KQDF-LD, virtual and UHF digital channel 25, is a low-power Visión Latina owned-and-operated television station licensed to Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. The station is owned by HC2 Holdings and licensed to HC2 Station Group. KQDF-LD's transmitter is located atop Nine Mile Hill, west of Albuquerque.

Deaths

January

Date Name Age Notes Source
January 1 Kelly Monteith 80 American comedian (several appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson), actor (guest appearances on Love, American Style and The Love Boat) and host (The Kelly Monteith Show, Hit Squad) [178]
January 5 Earl Boen 81 Character actor (Dennis Hubner on Making a Living, Reverend Lloyd Meechum on Mama’s Family, voice of Chief Leonard Kanifky on Bonkers) [179]
January 7 Adam Rich 54 Actor (Nicholas Bradford on Eight Is Enough, voice of Presto the Magician on Dungeons & Dragons) [180]
January 8 Bernard Kalb 100 Journalist for NBC News and CBS News, founding anchor for CNN's Reliable Sources from 1993 to 1998 [181]
January 9 Lynnette Hardaway 51 Conservative contributor for Fox News and co-host of Diamond and Silk Crystal Clear on Newsmax TV [182]
January 11 Carole Cook 98 Actress (The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy) [183]
Ben Masters 75 Actor best known as Dr. Leo Rosetti on HeartBeat and Julian Crane on Passions [184]
January 13 Robbie Knievel 60 American daredevil (made guest appearances on CHiPs and Hawaii Five-0) [185]
Yoshio Yoda 88 Japanese-American actor best known as Takeo Fujiwara on McHale's Navy, guest starred on Love, American Style [186]
January 15 Bruce Gowers 82 Director, most notably on American Idol and the video for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" [187]
C. J. Harris 31 Singer (contestant on American Idol season 13) [188]
January 17 Jay Briscoe 38 Ring of Honor professional wrestler [189]
January 18 David Crosby 81 Musician (The Byrds, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young), recurred on The John Larroquette Show, guest starred on The Simpsons, Roseanne, and Ellen [190]
January 20 Jerry Blavat 82 American radio disc jockey from Philadelphia (television apperances include The Mike Douglas Show, The Monkees, American Bandstand; appeared at numerous Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day parades) [191]
January 23 Lloyd Morrisett 93 American psychologist, founder of Children’s Television Workshop, creator of Sesame Street [192]
January 24 Lance Kerwin 62 Actor best known as James Hunter on James at 15 and Mark Petrie on Salem's Lot [193]
January 26 Billy Packer 82 College basketball color analyst for CBS Sports and NBC Sports from 1974 to 2008 [194]

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Kelly Monteith

Kelly Monteith

Kelly Norton Monteith was an American comedian, actor, writer and producer. He was best known for writing and starring in the BBC comedy show Kelly Monteith.

Earl Boen

Earl Boen

Earl Boen was an American actor, best known as criminal psychologist Dr. Peter Silberman in The Terminator (1984), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003).

It's a Living

It's a Living

It's a Living is an American sitcom television series set in a restaurant at the top of the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. The show aired on ABC from October 30, 1980, until June 11, 1982. After the series was canceled by ABC, new episodes aired in first-run syndication from September 28, 1985, to April 8, 1989. The series was created by Stu Silver, Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon and produced by Witt/Thomas Productions, later in association with Golden West Television (1985–86) and Lorimar-Telepictures (1986–89). Currently, the series is distributed by Paul Brownstein Productions and Warner Bros. Television Distribution.

Bonkers (American TV series)

Bonkers (American TV series)

Bonkers is an American animated television series and a spinoff as segment series called He's Bonkers of Disney's Raw Toonage. It aired from February 28, 1993, to February 23, 1994, in first-run syndication. The syndicated run was available both separately and as part of the programming block The Disney Afternoon. Reruns of the show continued in syndication until 1996 and were later shown on Toon Disney until late 2004. The show is currently available for streaming on Disney+, having been included upon its November 2019 launch. However, this only applies to US territories. It is also currently available in Europe.

Adam Rich

Adam Rich

Adam Rich was an American actor. He was best known for his portrayal of Nicholas Bradford, the youngest son on the television series Eight Is Enough, which ran for five seasons (1977–1981). A distinctive feature of his appearance during his years as a child actor was his pageboy haircut, which inspired thousands of parents of that era to imitate the look for their young sons. His role on the show led him to be known as "America's little brother."

Eight Is Enough

Eight Is Enough

Eight Is Enough is an American television comedy-drama series that ran on ABC from March 15, 1977, until May 23, 1981. The show was modeled on the life of syndicated newspaper columnist Tom Braden, a real-life parent with eight children, who wrote a book by the same title.

Dungeons & Dragons (TV series)

Dungeons & Dragons (TV series)

Dungeons & Dragons is an American animated television series based on TSR's Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. It is a co-production of Marvel Productions and TSR, with the Japanese Toei Animation. It ran on CBS from 1983 through 1985 for three seasons, for a total of twenty-seven episodes.

Bernard Kalb

Bernard Kalb

Bernard Kalb was an American journalist, moderator, media critic, lecturer, and author.

CBS News

CBS News

CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. CBS News television programs include the CBS Evening News, CBS Mornings, news magazine programs CBS News Sunday Morning, 60 Minutes, and 48 Hours, and Sunday morning political affairs program Face the Nation. CBS News Radio produces hourly newscasts for hundreds of radio stations, and also oversees CBS News podcasts like The Takeout Podcast. CBS News also operates a 24-hour digital news network.

CNN

CNN

CNN is a multinational cable news channel headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Founded in 1980 by American media proprietor Ted Turner and Reese Schonfeld as a 24-hour cable news channel, and presently owned by the Manhattan-based media conglomerate Warner Bros. Discovery, CNN was the first television channel to provide 24-hour news coverage and the first all-news television channel in the United States.

Diamond and Silk

Diamond and Silk

Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway and Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, known as Diamond and Silk, respectively, were a pair of American conservative political commentators and vloggers. They are known for their support of former U.S. president Donald Trump. Both have served as contributors for conservative news channel Newsmax.

Fox News

Fox News

The Fox News Channel, abbreviated FNC, commonly known as Fox News, and stylized in all caps, is an American multinational conservative cable news television channel based in New York City. It is owned by Fox News Media, which itself is owned by the Fox Corporation. The channel broadcasts primarily from studios at 1211 Avenue of the Americas in Midtown Manhattan. Fox News provides service to 86 countries and overseas territories worldwide, with international broadcasts featuring Fox Extra segments during ad breaks.

Source: "2023 in American television", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 28th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_in_American_television.

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Notes

  1. ^ Netflix’s YouTube channel, before moving to Netflix itself in 2024.
  2. ^ Get Stewie, which aired on November 20, 2022, was publicized as the 400th episode.
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