2016–17 United States network television schedule

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The 2016–17 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers prime time hours from September 2016 to August 2017. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2015–16 season.

NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule, on May 15, 2016,[1] followed by Fox on May 16,[2] ABC on May 17,[3] CBS on May 18[4] and The CW on May 19, 2016.[5]

PBS is not included; member television 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 Sunday or Saturday since it does not carry network programming on those days.

New series are highlighted in bold. All times are U.S. Eastern and Pacific time (except for some live sports or events). Subtract one hour for Central and Mountain times.

Each of the 30 highest-rated shows is listed with its rank and rating as determined by Nielsen Media Research.[6]

Legend[edit]

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

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 Once Upon a Time Secrets and Lies Quantico
Winter To Tell the Truth Conviction
Spring Once Upon a Time Time After Time American Crime
Mid-spring Match Game
Summer Celebrity Family Feud Steve Harvey's Funderdome The $100,000 Pyramid
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (11/7.7) NCIS: Los Angeles (10/7.8) Madam Secretary (17/6.9)
(Tied with Criminal Minds)
Elementary
Summer Big Brother Candy Crush NCIS: Los Angeles (R)
Fox Fall NFL on Fox (continued to game completion) The OT The Simpsons Son of Zorn Family Guy The Last Man on Earth Local programming
Winter Animation Encores Bob's Burgers
Spring Animation Encores Bob's Burgers Making History The Last Man on Earth
Summer Bob's Burgers (R)[7] The Last Man on Earth (R) Family Guy (R) American Grit
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (continued to game completion) (3/11.1)
Winter Various programming
Spring Little Big Shots (R) Little Big Shots (24/6.1)
(Tied with MacGyver)
Chicago Justice Shades of Blue
Summer Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly The Wall (R) American Ninja Warrior (R)
  • Note: Bob's Burgers premiered several episodes in the fall at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT during weeks where Fox had no late afternoon NFL games with national clearance.
  • Note: The CBS lineup began at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on weeks when the NFL on CBS carried doubleheaders.

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 (9/8.1) Conviction
Late fall The Great Christmas Light Fight
Winter The Bachelor (29/5.8) Big Fan
Mid-winter Quantico
Spring Dancing with the Stars (9/8.1)
Summer The Bachelorette Still Star-Crossed
Early-summer Celebrity Family Feud (R)[8]
Mid-summer To Tell the Truth
Late summer Bachelor in Paradise
CBS Fall The Big Bang Theory (1/11.5) Kevin Can Wait 2 Broke Girls The Odd Couple Scorpion (19/6.7)
(Tied with Empire)
Mid-fall Kevin Can Wait Man with a Plan
Winter Superior Donuts 2 Broke Girls
Late spring The Great Indoors
Summer Mom (R) Life in Pieces (R)
Mid-Summer Superior Donuts (R) CBSN: On Assignment
The CW Fall Supergirl Jane the Virgin Local programming
Summer Whose Line Is It Anyway? Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)
Late summer Hooten & the Lady
Fox Fall Gotham Lucifer
Winter 24: Legacy APB
Spring Gotham Lucifer
Summer So You Think You Can Dance Superhuman
Late-summer So You Think You Can Dance
NBC Fall The Voice (12/7.6)
(Tied with Hawaii Five-0)
Timeless
Winter The Apprentice
Spring The Voice (12/7.6) Taken
Summer American Ninja Warrior Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge
Mid-summer Midnight, Texas

Tuesday[edit]

Network 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm 10:00 pm 10:30 pm
ABC Fall The Middle American Housewife Fresh Off the Boat The Real O'Neals Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Spring People Icons
Mid-spring Imaginary Mary Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Summer Downward Dog The Middle (R)[7] Black-ish (R)[7] American Housewife (R)[7] Fresh Off the Boat (R)[7]
Mid-summer The Middle (R)[7] Fresh Off the Boat (R)[7] Somewhere Between
Late summer Bachelor in Paradise
CBS Fall NCIS (2/11.4) Bull (4/9.6)
(Tied with Thursday Night Football)
NCIS: New Orleans (8/8.5)
Summer 48 Hours: NCIS
The CW Fall The Flash No Tomorrow Local programming
Winter Legends of Tomorrow
Spring iZombie
Fox Fall Brooklyn Nine-Nine New Girl Scream Queens
Winter New Girl The Mick Bones
Spring Brooklyn Nine-Nine Prison Break
Late Spring Brooklyn Nine-Nine
NBC Fall The Voice (15/7.4) This Is Us (6/9.4)
Mid-fall The Voice (15/7.4) This Is Us (6/9.4) Chicago Fire (21/6.5)
Winter The Wall
Spring The Voice (15/7.4) Trial & Error
Late spring Great News
Summer America's Got Talent World of Dance
Late summer Hollywood Game Night

Note: ABC aired Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday from September 20 to October 4.

Wednesday[edit]

Network 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm 10:00 pm 10:30 pm
ABC Fall The Goldbergs Speechless Modern Family Black-ish Designated Survivor (14/7.5)
Winter Match Game
Spring Designated Survivor (14/7.5)
Summer American Housewife (R) To Tell the Truth
Late Summer Modern Family (R) The Goldbergs (R)
CBS Fall Survivor (22/6.2)
(Tied with Chicago Med)
Criminal Minds (17/6.9)
(Tied with Madam Secretary)
Code Black (26/6.0)
Winter Undercover Boss
Late winter Hunted Doubt
Spring Survivor (22/6.2)
(Tied with Chicago Med)
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
Summer Big Brother Salvation Criminal Minds (R)
The CW Fall Arrow Frequency Local programming
Winter The 100
Fox Fall Lethal Weapon Empire (19/6.7)
(Tied with Scorpion)
Winter Star
Spring Shots Fired Empire (19/6.7)
(Tied with Scorpion)
Summer Masterchef The F Word
NBC Fall Blindspot Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Chicago P.D.
Summer Little Big Shots (24/6.1)
(Tied with MacGyver)
The Carmichael Show Superstore (R) This Is Us (R)
Mid-Summer Little Big Shots: Forever Young The Carmichael Show (R)
Late summer America's Got Talent Marlon Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (R)

Thursday[edit]

Network 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm 10:00 pm 10:30 pm
ABC Fall Grey's Anatomy (16/7.3) Notorious How to Get Away with Murder
Late fall Holiday Specials The Great American Baking Show
Winter Grey's Anatomy (16/7.3) Scandal (30/5.7) How to Get Away with Murder
Spring The Catch
Summer Boy Band Battle of the Network Stars The Gong Show
CBS Fall NFL Thursday Night Kickoff Thursday Night Football (continued to game completion) (4/9.6)
(Tied with Bull)
Mid-fall The Big Bang Theory (1/11.5) The Great Indoors Mom (27/5.9)
(Tied with The Blacklist)
Life in Pieces Pure Genius
Winter Training Day
Spring The Amazing Race
Late spring The Big Bang Theory (R)
Summer Mom (R)[7] Big Brother Zoo
The CW Fall Legends of Tomorrow Supernatural Local programming
Winter Supernatural Riverdale
Summer Penn & Teller: Fool Us Hooten & the Lady
Late summer Whose Line Is It Anyway? Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)
Fox Fall Rosewood Pitch
Winter Hell's Kitchen My Kitchen Rules
Mid-winter MasterChef Junior
Spring Kicking & Screaming
Summer Beat Shazam Love Connection
NBC Fall Superstore The Good Place Chicago Med (22/6.2)
(Tied with Survivor)
The Blacklist (27/5.9)
(Tied with Mom)
Late fall Football Night in America Thursday Night Football (continued to game completion) (4/9.6)
(Tied with Bull)
Winter Superstore The Good Place Chicago Med (22/6.2)
(Tied with Survivor)
The Blacklist (27/5.9)
(Tied with Mom)
Mid-winter Powerless The Blacklist: Redemption
Spring Superstore (R) Superstore The Blacklist (27/5.9)
(Tied with Mom)
Summer Hollywood Game Night The Wall The Night Shift
Late summer The Wall Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Summer Edition Great News (R)
  • Note: On both CBS and NBC, Thursday Night Kickoff/Football Night in... started at 7:30 p.m. ET out of primetime depending on the network carrying the game, pre-empting local programming. NBC's scheduling for the NFL's Kickoff Game and Thanksgiving night game was under the different Sunday Night Football package and game coverage filled the entirety of primetime.

Friday[edit]

Network 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm 10:00 pm 10:30 pm
ABC Fall Last Man Standing Dr. Ken Shark Tank 20/20
Spring The Toy Box
Summer Shark Tank (R) Primetime: What Would You Do?
CBS Fall MacGyver (24/6.1)
(Tied with Little Big Shots)
Hawaii Five-0 (12/7.6)
(Tied with The Voice: Monday)
Blue Bloods (7/8.9)
Spring Undercover Boss
The CW Fall The Vampire Diaries Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Local programming
Winter Reign
Spring The Originals
Summer Masters of Illusion Masters of Illusion (R) Penn & Teller: Fool Us (R)
Fox Fall Hell's Kitchen The Exorcist
Winter Rosewood Sleepy Hollow
Spring You the Jury
Summer Masterchef (R) Beat Shazam (R)
NBC Fall Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon Dateline NBC
Winter Grimm Emerald City Dateline NBC
Mid-winter Dateline NBC
Spring First Dates
Summer America's Got Talent (R) Dateline NBC (R)

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)
Late fall ABC Saturday Movie of the Week
Winter/Spring NBA Countdown NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC/Playoffs (continued to game completion)
Summer To Tell the Truth (R) 20/20: In an Instant
Mid-Summer 20/20: In an Instant Still Star-Crossed
CBS Fall Crimetime Saturday 48 Hours
Winter Ransom Crimetime Saturday
Spring Crimetime Saturday Training Day
Summer Doubt
Fox Fall Fox College Football (continued to game completion)
Winter Encore programming Local programming
Spring Fox Major League Baseball (continued to game completion)
Summer Encore programming Local programming
NBC Fall Dateline Saturday Mystery SNL Vintage
Spring Encore programming
Summer Little Big Shots (R) Dateline Saturday Mystery (R)
  • Note: NBC carried primetime coverage of Notre Dame college football and NASCAR some Saturday evenings through the fall, along with one January NFL Wild Card game, while CBS carried one January primetime NFL divisional playoff game and one November primetime SEC college football game.[9]
  • Note: NBC carried primetime coverage of some NHL games between February and June (including a regular-season Stadium Series game and some games in the Stanley Cup playoffs).
  • Note: NBC's Pacific and Mountain Time Zone affiliates, beginning April 15, 2017, carried Saturday Night Live in real time with the rest of the United States, placing its airtime within the prime time period; a re-air was broadcast after the late local news in those time zones. The network's affiliates in Alaska, Hawaii and other Pacific islands carried the show on delay as usual.[10]

By network[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Renewals and cancellations[edit]

Full season pickups[edit]

ABC[edit]

  • American Housewife—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on November 4, 2016, an additional episode was ordered on December 13, 2016 totaling to 23 episodes.[144][145]
  • Designated Survivor—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on September 29, 2016.[146]
  • The Real O'Neals—Picked up for an additional three episodes on November 4, 2016, bringing the episode count up to 16.[144]
  • Speechless—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on September 29, 2016, an additional episode was ordered on December 13, 2016, totaling to 23 episodes.[146][145]

CBS[edit]

  • Bull—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 17, 2016.[147]
  • Code Black—Picked up for an additional three episodes on November 14, 2016, bringing the episode count up to 16.[148]
  • The Great Indoors—Picked up for a 19-episode full season on November 14, 2016, three additional episodes were ordered on January 6, 2017 totaling to 22 episodes.[148][149]
  • Kevin Can Wait—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 17, 2016, two additional episodes were ordered on January 6, 2017, bringing the episode count up to 24.[147][149]
  • MacGyver—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 17, 2016.[147]
  • Man with a Plan—Picked up for a 19-episode full season on November 14, 2016; three additional episodes were ordered on January 6, 2017 totaling to 22 episodes.[148][149]

The CW[edit]

  • Legends of Tomorrow—Picked up for an additional four episodes on November 9, 2016, bringing the episode count up to 17.[150]

Fox[edit]

  • Lethal Weapon—Picked up for an 18-episode full season on October 12, 2016.[151]
  • Lucifer—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on October 31, 2016.[152]
  • The Mick—Picked up for a 17-episode full season on January 11, 2017.[153]

NBC[edit]

  • Superstore—Picked up for a 22-episode full season on September 23, 2016.[154]
  • This Is Us—Picked up for an 18-episode full season on September 27, 2016.[155]
  • Timeless—Picked up for a 16-episode full season on November 1, 2016.[156]

Renewals[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

Cancellations/series endings[edit]

ABC[edit]

CBS[edit]

The CW[edit]

  • Frequency—Canceled on May 8, 2017.[226]
  • No Tomorrow—Canceled on May 8, 2017.[226]
  • Reign—It was announced on December 7, 2016 that season four would be the final season.[227] The series concluded on June 16, 2017.
  • The Vampire Diaries—It was announced on July 23, 2016 that season eight would be the final season.[228] The series concluded on March 10, 2017.

Fox[edit]

NBC[edit]

See also[edit]

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