2010–11 United States network television schedule

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The following is the 2010–11 network television schedule for the five major English language commercial broadcast networks in the United States. The schedule covers primetime hours from September 2010 through May 2011, the schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2009–10 season. As in previous years, the schedule omits the Public Broadcasting Service (whose programming is listed here). NBC was the first to announce their schedule on May 16, 2010[1] followed by Fox on May 17, 2010,[2] ABC on May 18, 2010,[3] CBS on May 19, 2010[4] and The CW on May 20, 2010.[5]

PBS is not included; member stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. The CW is not included on weekends, when it does not offer network programming. Beginning this season, MyNetworkTV is completely excluded; with the loss of WWE Friday Night SmackDown to Syfy, it has a schedule of all archived and rerun programming.

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

New series are highlighted in bold.

All times given are in U.S. Eastern Time and Pacific Time (except for some live events or specials). Subtract one hour for Central and Mountain times.

Sunday[edit]

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[7] Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives (17/7.5)
(Tied with The Voice, Hawaii Five-0 and Grey's Anatomy)
Brothers & Sisters[7]
Spring Secret Millionaire
Follow-up Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (12/8.4)
(Tied with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation)
The Amazing Race Undercover Boss (25/7.1)
(Tied with Modern Family)
CSI: Miami (22/7.3)
(Tied with Harry's Law and Undercover Boss)
Mid-season CSI: Miami (22/7.3)
(Tied with Harry's Law and Undercover Boss)
CSI: Miami (R)
Follow-up The Amazing Race CSI: Miami (22/7.3)
(Tied with Harry's Law and Undercover Boss)
Fox Fall The OT The Simpsons[8] The Cleveland Show Family Guy[8] American Dad![8] Local Programming
Mid-season The Simpsons (R) American Dad![9][10] Bob's Burgers The Cleveland Show
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (continued to game completion) (4/12.7)
Mid-season Dateline NBC Various films, programming repeats or specials
Spring America's Next Great Restaurant The Apprentice
Summer Encore Programming The Marriage Ref

Monday[edit]

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 (2/13.8) Castle (22/7.3)
(Tied with Harry's Law and CSI: Miami)
Follow-up Holiday specials Skating with the Stars
Mid-season The Bachelor (27/7.0)
(Tied with Bones)
Spring Dancing with the Stars (2/13.8)
Summer The Bachelorette Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition
CBS Fall How I Met Your Mother Rules of Engagement Two and a Half Men (16/7.7) Mike & Molly (29/6.9)
(Tied with Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior)
Hawaii Five-0 (17/7.5)
(Tied with The Voice, Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy)
Mid-season Mad Love[11] Two and a Half Men (R)
The CW 90210 Gossip Girl Local Programming
Fox Fall House Lone Star
Follow-up Lie to Me[12]
Mid-season The Chicago Code
NBC Fall Chuck The Event Chase
Winter The Sing-Off
Mid-season Chuck The Cape[13] Harry's Law (22/7.3)
(Tied with CSI: Miami and Castle)
Spring The Event[13]
Follow-up Law & Order: LA[14]

Tuesday[edit]

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall No Ordinary Family Dancing with the Stars - Results (5/11.8)
(Tied with NCIS)
Detroit 1-8-7
Winter Holiday specials No Ordinary Family
Mid-season No Ordinary Family V
Spring Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Dancing with the Stars - Results (5/11.8)
(Tied with NCIS)
Body of Proof (9/9.0)
Follow-up Dancing with the Stars (recap)
Summer Wipeout 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show Combat Hospital
CBS NCIS (5/11.8)
(Tied with Dancing with the Stars - Results)
NCIS: Los Angeles (7/10.1) The Good Wife (11/8.5)
The CW Fall One Tree Hill Life Unexpected Local Programming
Mid-season Hellcats
Fox Fall Glee Raising Hope Running Wilde
Winter Glee (E) Million Dollar Money Drop
Mid-season Glee Raising Hope Traffic Light
NBC Fall The Biggest Loser Parenthood
Follow-up Holiday specials The Biggest Loser
Mid-season The Biggest Loser Parenthood
Spring The Biggest Loser The Voice (17/7.5)
(Tied with Hawaii Five-0, Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy)
Follow-up The Biggest Loser The Voice (17/7.5)
(Tied with Hawaii Five-0, Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy)

Wednesday[edit]

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall The Middle Better with You Modern Family (25/7.1)
(Tied with Undercover Boss)
Cougar Town The Whole Truth
Mid-season Off the Map
Follow-up Mr. Sunshine[15]
Spring Cougar Town[16] Happy Endings[16] Happy Endings
CBS Fall Survivor (21/7.4) Criminal Minds (10/8.7) The Defenders
Mid-season Live to Dance Blue Bloods (14/8.0)
(Tied with The Big Bang Theory)
Spring Survivor (21/7.4) Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (29/6.9)
(Tied with Mike & Molly)
The CW Fall America's Next Top Model Hellcats Local Programming
Mid-season Shedding for the Wedding
Spring America's Next Top Model (R)[17] America's Next Top Model[17]
Fox Fall Hell's Kitchen
Follow-up Human Target Hell's Kitchen
Mid-season Human Target
Follow-up American Idol (1/14.5)
Follow-up American Idol (1/14.5) Human Target
Follow-up American Idol (1/14.5)
Spring American Idol (1/14.5) Breaking In
NBC Fall Undercovers Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Law & Order: LA
Winter The Sing-Off
Mid-season Minute to Win It[13] Chase[13] Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Follow-up Minute to Win It[13]
Summer Minute to Win It America's Got Talent Love in the Wild

Thursday[edit]

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall My Generation Grey's Anatomy (17/7.5)
(Tied with The Voice, Hawaii Five-0 and Desperate Housewives)
Private Practice
Follow-up Grey's Anatomy (17/7.5)
(Tied with The Voice, Hawaii Five-0 and Desperate Housewives)
Winter Holiday specials
Mid-season Wipeout
Summer Take the Money and Run Rookie Blue
CBS Fall The Big Bang Theory (14/8.0)
(Tied with Blue Bloods)
$#*! My Dad Says CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (12/8.4)
(Tied with 60 Minutes)
The Mentalist (8/9.6)
Mid-season Rules of Engagement
The CW The Vampire Diaries Nikita Local Programming
Fox Fall Bones (27/7.0)
(Tied with The Bachelor)
Fringe
Winter Million Dollar Money Drop Bones (27/7.0)
(Tied with The Bachelor)
Follow-up American Idol (3/13.4)
NBC Fall Community 30 Rock The Office Outsourced The Apprentice
Winter Perfect Couples[13] Parks and Recreation[13] 30 Rock[13] Outsourced[13]
Spring The Paul Reiser Show[18]
Follow-up The Office (R)

Friday[edit]

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Supernanny Primetime 20/20
Spring Shark Tank
CBS Fall Medium CSI: NY Blue Bloods (14/8.0)
(Tied with The Big Bang Theory)
Mid-season The Defenders Various Repeats
Follow-up Blue Bloods (14/8.0)
(Tied with The Big Bang Theory)
Spring CHAOS[11]
Follow-up Flashpoint
The CW Smallville Supernatural Local Programming
Fox Fall House (R) The Good Guys
Mid-season Kitchen Nightmares Fringe
NBC Fall Dateline NBC Outlaw
Follow-up School Pride Dateline NBC[19]
Mid-season Who Do You Think You Are?[13]
Spring Friday Night Lights[13]

Saturday[edit]

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Saturday Night Football (continued to game completion)
Mid-season ABC Saturday Night Movie
CBS Crimetime Saturday 48 Hours Mystery
Fox COPS (Reruns at 8:30) America's Most Wanted Local Programming
NBC Fall Law & Order: LA (R) Chase (R) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (R)
Follow-up Outlaw[19] Law & Order: LA (R)
Winter Chase (R)
Follow-up Harry's Law (R)
Spring Chase

By network[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Renewals and cancellations[edit]

Full season pickups[edit]

ABC[edit]

  • Better With You – On October 25, 2010, ABC ordered a full 22-episode season of the series.[40]
  • Brothers & Sisters – On October 14, 2010, ABC ordered 4 additional scripts for the series.[41] and then on October 25, 2010, ABC ordered a full 22 episode season.[40]
  • Detroit 1-8-7 – Picked up for 5 additional episodes for an 18 episode season on October 25, 2010.[40]
  • No Ordinary Family – On October 14, 2010, ABC ordered 4 additional scripts for the series,[41] and then on October 25, 2010, ABC ordered a full 22 episode season.[40]
  • Off the Map – On October 14, 2010, ABC ordered 1 additional script for the series.[41] On October 26, 2010 they ordered an additional 5 scripts, bringing the series order to 7 episodes plus 6 scripts.[42]

CBS[edit]

  • $#*! My Dad Says – On October 21, 2010, CBS ordered a 19-episode season of the series plus 3 additional scripts.[43]
  • Blue Bloods – On October 21, 2010, CBS ordered a full 22-episode season of the series.[43]
  • The Defenders – On October 21, 2010, CBS ordered a 19-episode season of the series plus 3 additional scripts.[43]
  • Hawaii Five-0 – On October 21, 2010, CBS ordered a full 22-episode season of the series.[43]
  • Mike & Molly – On October 21, 2010, CBS ordered a full 22-episode season of the series.

The CW[edit]

  • Hellcats – On September 23, 2010, The CW ordered 6 additional scripts for the series[44] and then on October 22, 2010, The CW ordered a full 22 episode season of the series.[45]
  • Nikita – On October 22, 2010, The CW Ordered a full 22-episode season of the series.[45]
  • One Tree Hill – On September 23, 2010, The CW ordered 6 additional scripts for the series[44] and then on October 22, 2010, The CW ordered a full 22 episode season of the series.[45]

Fox[edit]

  • Human Target – On October 22, 2010, FOX ordered 2 additional scripts for the series.[46]
  • Raising Hope – On October 6, 2010, the show was given a full 22-episode season, making it the first new show to do so.[47]

NBC[edit]

  • Chase – Picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 19, 2010,[48] although this was later reduced to 18 episodes.[49]
  • Chuck – Picked up for a 24-episode season October 19, 2010.[50]
  • Community – On November 3, 2010, NBC ordered 2 additional episodes, bringing its current season to 24 episodes.[51]
  • The Event – Picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 18, 2010.[52]
  • Law & Order: Los Angeles – Picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 18, 2010.[52]
  • Outsourced – Picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 18, 2010.[52]

Renewals[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

  • America's Most Wanted - Scheduled to air as two-hour monthly specials for the 2011/12 TV season.
  • American Dad! – Picked up through the 2012/13 television season (seventh and eighth season) on February 23, 2011.[68]
  • American Idol – Details for the season eleven auditions were announced on May 5, 2011.[69]
  • Bob's Burgers – Picked up for a second season on April 7, 2011.[70]
  • Breaking In – Revived by Fox on August 24, 2011.[71]
  • Bones – Picked up for a seventh season on May 3, 2011.[72]
  • The Cleveland Show – Picked up for a third season on June 10, 2010.[73]
  • Family Guy – Picked up in 2008 through at least 2012.
  • Fringe – Picked up for a fourth season of 22 episodes on March 24, 2011.[74]
  • Glee – Picked up for a third season on May 23, 2010.
  • House – Picked up for an eighth season on May 10, 2011.[75]
  • Mobbed – Picked up for eight episodes on April 1, 2011 after a successful special debut.[76]
  • Raising Hope – Picked up for a second season on January 11, 2011.
  • The Simpsons – Picked up for a twenty-third season on November 11, 2010.[77]

NBC[edit]

Cancellations/Series Endings[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

  • $#*! My Dad Says – Canceled on May 15, 2011.[90]
  • CHAOS – Canceled on May 15, 2011.[91]
  • Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior – Canceled on May 17, 2011.[60]
  • The Defenders – Canceled on May 15, 2011.[90]
  • Flashpoint – CBS will pick up 7 of the 18 episodes from Season 4 to air with the 6 unaired Season 3 segments for a 13-episode run during the summer. Soon after that, ION is expected to begin airing all 51 episodes of the show that will have aired on CBS. Additionally, ION will premiere the remaining 11 episodes of Flashpoint's fourth season.[92]
  • Live to Dance – Due to dismal ratings, it was announced that the show will not return for a second season.
  • Mad Love – Canceled on May 15, 2011.[90]
  • Medium – Canceled on December 21, 2010 after seven seasons.[93] The series has been concluded on January 21, 2011.

The CW[edit]

  • Hellcats – Canceled on May 17, 2011.[67]
  • Life Unexpected – The show's cancellation was confirmed when Warner Brothers chose to release both seasons of the show on DVD. The series ended on January 18, 2011.[94]
  • Smallville – It was announced on March 4, 2010 that season tenth would be the final season. The series has been concluded on May 13, 2011.[95]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Top weekly ratings[edit]

Total Viewers[edit]

18-49 Viewers[edit]

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