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The Tom Showwas a slog to get through with the writing dragging down any talent the cast brought to the table. Mailing Address: The WB Network 4000 Warner Blvd., Bldg. This is a list of television shows formerly broadcast on the Kids' WB programming block in … 19. Another of Kids’ WB’s older shows, Road Rovers was the creation of Tom Ruegger and Jeff Gordon. The two then moved in together, providing ample opportunities for sitcom mayhem. 52. 22. 31. One was married and pregnant, one had just been dumped by a longtime boyfriend, one was making some questionable choices and one was in college. (And that the "Oh, What a Night" promo is pure, legitimate art.) Although the show was not very good and received very low ratings -- it was canceled after just one season -- the cast was littered with other familiar faces, including those of Oliver Hudson, Alana de la Garza, Mitch Pileggi, Tommy Dewey, and Barbara Hershey. Honestly, the only thing the show had going for it was the fact Audra McDonald co-starred as a college professor, something that still doesn't quite make sense. ... Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), head writer of the sketch comedy show "TGS with Tracy Jordan", must deal with an arrogant new boss and a crazy new star, all while trying to run a successful television show without losing her mind. In the series, Kirk was as an aspiring illustrator living in New York City. Brotherly LoveDid you remember that Brotherly Love, a wholesome and charming show about three brothers named Joe, Matt and Andy, played by real brothers Joey, Matthew and Andy Lawrence, respectively, aired on The WB? Dawson's CreekIf you're asking yourself how a show as iconic and beloved as Dawson's Creekcould possibly be at No. The MountainSeriously, for years The WB tried to make Penn Badgley happen before The CW finally did it with Gossip Girl. 44. 21. 36. This category contains articles about television shows that aired on the WB network during the 1990s. Anyway, each week featured some mystery that needed to be solved, but the real mystery surrounding Glory Days was why it had nothing to do with Bruce Springsteen. The concept of the series was simple: a bunch of young, hot Washington professionals lived together in a townhouse and went about their dramatic daily lives. CharmedMuch like fan-favorite series Roswell, there's a good reason The CW rebooted Charmed, and it's because the original WB series, which ran for eight seasons, was a ton of fun. Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island (2005–2006) 9. "I was hungry to have anything in production, so I wrote a 50-page story that ended. But the reason this teen drama failed wasn't that it was ahead of its time; it's because it was just bad. The Sarah Michelle Gellar-fronted series flipped the horror script and took the tiny blonde girl at its center, all too often a victim in similar projects, and turned her into a powerful and relatable force for good without losing any of the character's wit and personality, instantly creating an iconic heroine in the process. Neither does Crazy Nanny Carrie or Julian Baker or James Van Der Beek's guest appearance. Mo was just the best. That was the improbable name of Jay Baruchel's character on this short-lived legal drama. Overall, Living with Fran was a totally serviceable sitcom that just wasn't anything special. 59. 17. The two were trying to catch their big break; Nikki apparently wasn't it. 27. (Weekday Afternoons, 1995–2005), Lists of TV programs broadcast by country, The Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show, List of programs broadcast by The WB 100+ Station Group, Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of The WB and UPN, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_programs_broadcast_by_The_WB&oldid=998200536, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 07:49. Adding to the fun was the fact that several teen stars appeared in the series, including Jason Priestley and Elizabeth Berkley. The title was a play on the characters' names (The WB really loved to name its shows after characters, in case you couldn't tell): Jacqueline Barrett (Amanda Peet) was the titular Jack, while Jill referred to her significant other, David Jillefsky (Ivan Sergei). Shawn and Marlon's energy consistently elevated the material and left viewers wishing that they were part of the Wayans family too, both onscreen and off. If The CW developed a Birds of Prey series now as part of the Arrowverse, we'd be thrilled. Not all shows ran the entire season, since I culled this list from the beginning of a season, there will be shows that only showed a few times before being cancelled. criminals who were forced by a shadowy organization to take down other criminals in order to stay out of prison themselves. ... 2000s (12) Character Name As Series Title (12) Mother Son Relationship (12) Sister Sister Relationship (12) Sitcom (12) Based On Comic Book (11) Boyfriend Girlfriend Relationship (11) Brother Brother Relationship (11) Brother Sister Relationship (11) The Cw (11) D.C.One of two WB shows starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar, D.C. actually boasted an impressive executive producer: Dick Wolf. Family Affair Family Affair was a remake of the popular 1960s series of the same name about a bachelor who has to raise his orphaned nieces and nephews. Starring Mike Damus and Eddie Kaye Thomas, the series followed high schooler Pooh (Damus) and his group of friends as they got into surreal adventures while attending Normal High School. Despite the tired concept, the show found an audience and ran for six totally fine, but never outstanding seasons. 4. Legend; new show new timeslot for an existing show new network for an existing show existing show revived or spun-off ... 2000. Crazy Takes" were a collection of promos for shows on the Kids' WB!. While For Your Love relied on the typical "men are from Mars and women are from Venus" mentality, its refusal to talk down to its audience always made it more charming than stale. The last sitcom to debut on ABC's classic "TGIF" block, ... 1995–2000, NBC. Here are TIME’s picks for the best TV shows of the 2010s, presented chronologically based on the year of their series debuts. 12. Like FamilyBefore Dan Fogelman created This Is Us, he gave the world Like Family, a one-season sitcom starring Holly Robinson Peete and Kevin Michael Richardson. etc. This should not be the premise of a light comedy with a goofy, dance party intro. At least we still have Out Cold? Detention (1999–2001) 10. Popular TV Shows 2000. The show featured Cox as Nikki White, a Vegas showgirl married to a professional wrestler. But by rarely veering into heavy-handed territory, the drama managed to appeal to many outside the Christian faith, helping lead to its successful 11-season run. Grosse PointeNot to be confused with the movie Grosse Pointe Blank, this criminally underappreciated Darren Star comedy was a spot-on spoof of teen shows and the people who make them (it was largely inspired by Star's experiences producing Beverly Hills, 90210). Members meet in the woods and take turns telling their own spooky tales. But in all seriousness, because Rescue 77 was pretty dang serious, do you really think teens wanted to watch this when they could watch the life-and-death stakes of Buffy instead? So even though the young-skewing program is best known for being the only show in existence to feature a stoned dog eating a dying man's transplant heart while the man's estranged son looks on and squints, it doesn't affect its placement in this ranking. (Remember, summer TV used to be filled with just reality TV, burn-offs, and shows that couldn't cut it during the regular season.). The following is a list of programs[1] broadcast by The WB. Unhappily Ever AfterOne of the most defining aspects of Unhappily Ever After was that it was rather similar to the popular Fox comedy Married... With Children. There was family drama (of course) and a love triangle (why not) in this terribly rote series about what happens when a small coastal town gets caught up between progress (represented by Dennis) and tradition (represented by Dennis' townie brother). 8. Greetings from TucsonThis sitcom, which ran from 2002 to 2003, feels like something you might see on TV today. The series, which was created by a former firefighter and paramedic, starred Christian Kane, Marjorie Monaghan, Victor Brown and Richard Roundtree. The result is a stellar and iconic list of shows that The WB should be proud of. Legion of Super Heroes (2006… Movie StarsBefore Harry Hamlin played a villainous action star onVeronica Mars, he played a lovable action star in The WB's Movie Stars. Never forget that Dawson Leery's (James Van Der Beek) legacy is as one of the worst lead characters of all time. But by the time it was canceled in 1997, the network was also beginning to build its teen-centered lineup -- Buffy the Vampire Slayer had just debuted -- so it's likely the show just no longer fit into the network's vision. ), neither got the opportunity to shine in this oatmeal sitcom. KirkBefore there was Nikki, there was Kirk. The WB is as important to who we used to be as it is to who we are today, and as a result, it's not completely strange to feel pity for the teens of 2018 who are growing up with more TV shows than they could possibly ever watch, but who may never know what it feels like to come of age in a world where TV shows like Dawson's Creek had the ability to become cultural juggernauts. Jackie Chan Adventures; Static Shock; The Zeta Project; X-Men: Evolution; 2001-2002 [edit | edit source] Yu-Gi-Oh! These shows may be gone, but they definitely are not forgotten. Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut in parentheses. That alone tells you that Young Americans, set at a prestigious boarding school, wasn't going to be a great or memorable TV show -- and it wasn't. Daniella Deutscher starred as Julie, the boys team's sole girl player. Animaniacs (1995–1999) 2. Despite the cringe-worthy title, the series could be quite charming and even had a dedicated audience; unfortunately, it wasn't enough to convince The WB to renew the show for a third season, so it ended on a cliffhanger. 3. By tackling universal stories through unique perspectives that played out via narratives based in metaphor, Buffy stood out from other programs featuring high school-aged protagonists. 58. It's not that Unhappily Ever After was bad, per se, it's that by the time the show premiered, we'd kind of already seen it. Birds of PreyThere's a reason Warner Bros. is developing two Birds of Prey scripts right now: the premise is great -- in this show, Barbara Gordon (Dina Meyer), Dinah Lance (Rachel Skarsten) and Helena Kyle (Ashley Scott) team up to protect Gotham from metahumans and Harley Quinn (Mia Sara). The result was a show about an author (Eddie Cahill) who returned to his hometown and witnessed a murder, because, well, this is Kevin Williamson we're talking about. SimonWhat can we say about Simon? 2000-2001 Canceled television series. Rescue 77Before Sirens but after Emergency! 7th HeavenIt's hard to talk about7th Heaven now without the knowledge of star Stephen Collins' admitted sexual abuse of a minor influencing things, but there was a time when the long-running WB drama was the pinnacle of family-friendly drama. Kyle XY is about an alien (Matt Dallas) who looks just like a regular teen guy except that he has no belly button. And for every black-ish, there's been an All About the Andersons. 56. Bugs N' Daffy (1996–1999) 6. "I'll stand behind the pilot. However, not everyone was so fond of Grosse Pointe's meta sense of humor. Dead LastIt's hard to believe Dead Last, a 2001 series about three friends in a band who find a magical amulet that allows them to see and talk to ghosts, didn't last longer than one season. Literal demons stood in for the horrible people encountered as a young adult, and when it came time for Buffy to lose her virginity, the show used Angel losing his soul and becoming a monster to comment on relationship dynamics and social stigmas. (1998–2001) 12. Cast. Some programs were carried over to The CW, a network formed through a partnership between WB parent company Time Warner and UPN corporate parent CBS Corporation, in September 2006 following the closure of The WB. First Time OutA few years before she would play Carrie Heffernan on The King of Queens, Leah Remini starred in First Time Out as Dominique, a roommate of the comedy's lead character Jackie (Jackie Guerra), a Yale graduate who worked in a trendy hair salon but was studying to be a lawyer. Life with RogerEvery now and again, The WB took a big swing, and Life with Roger definitely qualifies. The series ran for two seasons before it faded into obscurity. Grounded for LifeAlthough the series originally aired on Fox, Grounded for Life was canceled two episodes into its third season. That being said, the cast was pretty fantastic. Young AmericansThis summer series was a spin-off of the popular WB series Dawson's Creek. And we've already forgotten about it again. Brutally NormalOnly five episodes ofBrutally Normalaired before it was yanked from the schedule, so if you don't remember it, that's to be expected. 28. Created by American Pie's Chris and Paul Weitz, Off Centre shares the film's raunchy sense of humor (and star Eddie Kaye Thomas). The Mummy: The Animated Series; The Nightmare Room; Phantom Investigators Then it got made and I had something in production and it was all my dreams come true. 39. Zoe, Duncan, Jack and JaneAfter the success of midseason replacements Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dawson's Creek, The WB was bound to have a midseason dud, and that show was Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane. 70. Krypto the Superdog (2006–2007) 14. It was heartfelt, family-friendly and a whole lot of fun -- especially any scene featuring Mo (Omar Gooding). 100 Best TV Shows of the 2000s. The WB made a mistake when it paired the soap, which relied heavily on secrets, betrayal and even a murder to drive its story, with the wholesome family drama 7th Heaven during its second season. Official site of The CW Network, featuring All American, Riverdale, The Flash, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Batwoman, DC's Stargirl, Black Lightning, Charmed, DC's Legends of Tomorrow and more. 37. Pepper DennisPepper Dennis, a dramedy starring Rebecca Romijn as a TV reporter, went down in WB history as the final show to debut on the network before it merged with UPN to form The CW. Well, it starred Jason Bateman as a former stockbroker who moved in with his brother Simon, played by Harland Williams, in Harlem. With its supernatural-noir vibe, Angel and his ragtag team of rogue demon hunters, brilliant scientists, and general world-saving heroes not only helped the helpless, but they also stopped apocalypse after apocalypse. Vampire HighBefore vampires were absolutely everywhere, The WB had Vampire High. The failed WB sitcom starred Anderson as a single father and struggling actor who moves back in with his parents and the nursing student they rented out his childhood bedroom to. Gee, it's hard to believe this one only had seven episodes. Roswell was never going to win any Emmys, but its offbeat sense of humor and willingness to just go there made for three excellent seasons of television. Kids' WB!/Saturday Morning Schedules. Although the comedy was canceled after one season, Anderson's talent shone through and we do wonder how the show would have grown if given the chance. In addition to Thomas, the comedy also starred John Cho, Jason George and Sean Maguire. By the show's second season, it's title had also been changed to just Zoe ... (pronounced Zoe Dot Dot Dot), and yeah, it makes sense it was canceled. "I loved the Chinese symbol for Ba-Gua, and so we took that symbol and it became the Dharma Symbol for Lost.". Safe HarborSafe Harborsounds exactly like something that would have aired on The WB in the late '90s. The show ran a single season of 13 episodes before ending its run in March of 2000. For instance, there was also Felicity's (Keri Russell) iconic hair and subsequent Season 2 haircut! In addition to the typical sitcom antics, The Parent 'Hood also made it its mission to tackle issues of race and class through a family-friendly, comedic perspective. It was also pretty absurd and even idiotic at times, but boy was this show fun. The series went through a minor reboot after the first season, with Nick becoming a high school teacher, but ultimately none of the changes that were made were enough to save the show from cancellation. The set-up was similar to many other sitcoms of that era (four siblings live together without their parents, with the three eldest raising the teenaged youngest, while a nosy neighbor meddles) and so we understand why The WB would order it. Anyone who grew up watching the three generations of Gilmore women -- Lorelai (Lauren Graham), Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Emily (Kelly Bishop) -- trying to find their way in the world and as a family likely found themselves at some point wishing their own mother was just like Lorelei or that they'd one day have the biting wit of Emily or the love life of Rory. Saturday morning schedules, dated from newest to oldest. The following is a list of previous Kids' WB! What you probably don't think of is the failed WB drama Black Sash, which starred Russell Wong as a disgraced ex-cop who wants to clear his name after being framed and incarcerated for heroin smuggling. Over the years, we loved watching Reba and Barbra Jean (Peterman) develop a real friendship, and Cheyenne (Garcia Swisher) and Van (Howey) learning to be parents -- all with Reba's biting sense of humor making jokes along the way. ", 75. Reba was a show with a lot of heart, and a pretty killer theme song we still can't get out of our heads. 74. And you know what? 66. Kelly KellyShelley Long, this show failed you. Sister, Sisterstarred Tia and Tamera Mowry as twins who were separated at birth but reunited under one roof with their adoptive parents 14 years later. Felicity was an honest, if sometimes hilariously dumb, coming-of-age story that captured one of the most confusing times in one's life: those painful college years when you're still trying to figure out who you are but you're also expected to be a self-sufficient adult. And let me tell you, it's not because of the fashion choices; the series is timeless -- special effects excluded -- and it won't be surprising if it continues to inspire an entirely new generation again soon. The opening credits really tell you everything you need to know about this "edgy" show in which a professor integrates his vampiric students with the troubled, wealthy humans who attend his private boarding school. The brainy Mitchee (Gilbert) and ditzy Farrah (Stanton) were tasked to co-run their parents' lingerie company, a business made famous by their best-selling bra, the Breast-o Change-o. But Roger (Marques Houston) better return too. If the revival's half as good as the original, it won't be too bad. That being said, it was not terrible! Now, let's all continue pretending Connor didn't exist. serving as the network's nucleus. But you know, this show actually might have been a lot better had it been about a hot serial killer who returns to his hometown instead of about a hot software guy returning home. One of the shows featured was Hang Time (1995-2000)—a Saved by the Bell ripoff about a group of high school basketball players. The Daffy Duck Show (1996–1997) 8. AngelYou can make a good case for putting Angel at the top of this list -- and we nearly did -- but the influence of the series that landed at No. It was your pretty standard multi-camera comedy, and while it certainly wasn't the worst WB series ever made, it was still rather uninspired. Following the lives of the Camden family, led by the Protestant minister patriarch (Collins) and his wife Annie (Catherine Hicks), 7th Heaven was a Christian show that was actively trying to get across Christian messages of morality, authority and family. For as good as the show was at times, Dawson's Creek definitely had a number of sore spots over its six seasons. 26. As Felicity attempted to find herself and find what she wanted from her life, viewers were treated to an endearing and frequently funny, if sometimes unintentionally so, story about one woman's journey that managed to feel universal, even if none of us actually got to make out with Ben. 34. Run of the HouseIt's hard to be mad at Run of the House for being so mediocre. 2. Nanny fans also got a treat whenever Fran's ex-husband stopped by, given that he was played by Mr. Sheffield himself, Charles Shaughnessy. The O'KeefesThis sitcom starred Judge Reinhold and Kirsten Nelson as parents who homeschooled their three extremely sheltered children for most of their lives. RelatedEven if you remember Related, you don't really remember Related, you know? Just LegalTwo words for you: Skip Ross. 32. The Army ShowWhat was The Army Show, you ask? However, we'd like to award Alright Already all the honorary Emmys for building entire episodes around plots like this: "Carol dates an astronaut, and gives him a cold.". 7. FelicityWe know it doesn't seem like it, but there was more to Felicity than just the never-ending Ben (Scott Speedman) vs. Noel (Scott Foley) debate. Gilmore Girls. (1995–1997) 11. Although Saturday Night Live's Ellen Cleghorne had talent to spare, the material she was given to work with did her no favors. To this day, Tess remains the absolute worst. 1995–1997, NBC/The WB. Here are my fifty favorites. Running for five seasons, The Jamie Foxx Showhelped launch Foxx's acting career as he played an aspiring musician who had to work in his family's hotel. Maybe the show was canceled because constantly being embarrassed by one's family isn't really a sustainable premise for a TV show. Johnny Test (2005–2008) 13. 25. 6. 18. If this sounds like the worst premise to you, don't worry, you aren't alone. The series was, apparently, once described as a "Latino Living Single," but it wasn't very good, as the network yanked it from the schedule after just 12 episodes (of 16 produced). WB/CW Shows. The Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show (1999–2000) 7. Maybe the show was inspired by the end of Felicity, which saw the show's titular heroine travel back in time and find out what her life would have been like if she'd chosen Noel instead of Ben. That's our only demand. No, Molly (Regan Dale Neis) lived in a constant state of embarrassment when it came to her extended family on Maybe It's Me, which unsurprisingly lasted just one season on The WB. Plus, look at the bright side: The show's cancellation allowed Kane to get a guest-starring gig on Angel instead. The 1995 comedy starred Kirk Cameron, who'd risen to popularity thanks to his role on Growing Pains. They all lived in a motel, which was run by John's mother, who was played by Rue McClanahan. Although Leifer served as the inspiration forSeinfeld's Elaine, her naturally sharp wit seemed a bit rounded down in Alright Already, likely in the hopes of garnering more mainstream appeal. OK, so maybe the series, which aired just seven episodes before it was canceled by The WB, wasn't the predecessor for Downton, but it did feature Tori Spelling as a dog walker. But also, like, what in the actual hell? Floppy and Nikki Cox was its breakout star. Batman Beyond (1999–2001) 5. The Big Cartoonie Show; Batman Beyond; Pokémon; 1999-2000 [edit | edit source] Detention; Max Steel; Cardcaptors; 2000-2001 [edit | edit source] Generation O! This category contains articles about television shows from the 2000s that have aired on the WB and CW networks. And then there are the WB television series that will probably never be revived on Netflix, and are probably best to forget altogether. I said, 'Uh, wait! Isolated from his ex-wife and daughter, he becomes a mentor to a group of troubled, sexy teens at a martial arts school, which included Missy Peregrym and Ray J. Cuse wasn't a creator on the series, so he can't be blamed for the show's absurd premise. 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