2011-12 United States Network Television Schedule
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2011%E2%80%9312 United States Network Television Schedule

The 2011-12 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers prime time hours from September 2011 through August 2012. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2010-11 season.

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

The CW was the first to announce their midseason schedule on November 2, 2011, followed by CBS and NBC on November 14, 2011, ABC on November 18, 2011 and Fox on December 1, 2011.

PBS is not included; member stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. MyNetworkTV is also not included since its programming comprises syndicated reruns. The CW is not included on weekends, when it does not offer network programming. Ion Television primarily airs syndicated reruns (similar to MyNetworkTV), along with new episodes of Flashpoint.

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.

From July 27 to August 12, 2012 all of NBC's primetime programming was preempted in favor of coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

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.

Sunday

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 (28/7.0)
(Tied with 2 Broke Girls and Desperate Housewives)
Desperate Housewives (28/7.0)
(Tied with 2 Broke Girls and Once Upon a Time)
Pan Am
Spring GCB
Summer Secret Millionaire Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition
CBS Fall 60 Minutes (14/8.3) The Amazing Race The Good Wife (19/7.8)
(Tied with Blue Bloods)
CSI: Miami (27/7.1)
Mid-season Undercover Boss
Follow-up The Amazing Race
Spring NYC 22
Summer Big Brother 3 The Mentalist (R)
Follow-up Various programming
Fox Fall The OT The Cleveland Show The Simpsons Allen Gregory Family Guy American Dad! Local programming
Mid-season In Living Color Napoleon Dynamite Bob's Burgers
NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (8:15 PM) (continued to game completion) (1/12.4)
Mid-season Dateline NBC Various Movies and Specials
Follow-up Dateline NBC Harry's Law The Apprentice
Summer Various programing

Monday

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 (3/12.0) Castle (16/8.0)
(Tied with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation)
Follow-up Holiday Specials You Deserve It
Mid-season The Bachelor
Spring Dancing with the Stars (3/12.0)
Summer The Bachelorette The Glass House
Follow-up Bachelor Pad
CBS How I Met Your Mother 2 Broke Girls (28/7.0)
(Tied with Desperate Housewives and Once Upon a Time)
Two and a Half Men (11/9.1) Mike & Molly (25/7.2)
(Tied with Rob)
Hawaii Five-0 (21/7.6)
(Tied with Grey's Anatomy)
The CW Fall Gossip Girl Hart of Dixie Local programming
Summer The Catalina Various programming
Fox Fall Terra Nova House
Mid-season House Alcatraz
Spring Bones House
Summer Hell's Kitchen MasterChef
Follow-up Hotel Hell Hell's Kitchen
NBC Fall The Sing-Off The Playboy Club
Follow-up Rock Center with Brian Williams
Winter Who's Still Standing? Fear Factor
Mid-season The Voice (10/9.2) Smash
Summer Various programming American Ninja Warrior Grimm
Follow-up Stars Earn Stripes

Tuesday

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Last Man Standing Man Up! Dancing with the Stars (6/10.6) Body of Proof
Follow-up Encore programming
Mid-season Work It Wife Swap
Follow-up Encore programming
Follow-up Cougar Town The River
Spring Dancing with the Stars (6/10.6)
Follow-up Private Practice
Summer Wipeout Trust Us with Your Life NY Med
Follow-up Encore programming
CBS NCIS (2/12.3) NCIS: Los Angeles (7/10.2) Unforgettable (18/7.9)
The CW Fall 90210 Ringer Local programming
Spring The L.A. Complex
Summer Encore programming
Fox Fall Glee New Girl Raising Hope
Spring Raising Hope I Hate My Teenage Daughter Breaking In
Follow-up Raising Hope
Follow-up New Girl MasterChef
Follow-up Glee
Summer Hell's Kitchen MasterChef
NBC Fall The Biggest Loser Parenthood
Winter Special programming The Biggest Loser
Mid-season The Biggest Loser Parenthood
Spring Fashion Star
Follow-up The Biggest Loser The Voice
Summer America's Got Talent Love in the Wild
Follow-up Encore programming

Wednesday

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall The Middle Suburgatory Modern Family (15/8.1) Happy Endings Revenge
Spring Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23
Summer Encore programming Final Witness
CBS Fall Survivor: South Pacific Criminal Minds (13/8.6) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (16/8.0)
(Tied with Castle)
Mid-season Various programming
Follow-up Survivor: One World
Summer Dogs in the City
Follow-up Big Brother
The CW Fall H8R America's Next Top Model Local programming
Follow-up Encore programming
Mid-season One Tree Hill Remodeled
Follow-up America's Next Top Model
Spring Encore programming
Summer Oh Sit! Supernatural
Fox Fall The X Factor (23/7.4) I Hate My Teenage Daughter
Mid-season American Idol (4/11.8)
Follow-up American Idol (4/11.8) Mobbed
Summer So You Think You Can Dance
NBC Fall Up All Night Free Agents Harry's Law Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Follow-up Encore programming
Mid-season Whitney Are You There, Chelsea?
Follow-up Rock Center with Brian Williams
Spring Bent Rock Center with Brian Williams
Follow-up Betty White's Off Their Rockers Best Friends Forever Rock Center with Brian Williams Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Follow-up Betty White's Off Their Rockers
Summer Various programming America's Got Talent

Thursday

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Charlie's Angels Grey's Anatomy (21/7.6)
(Tied with Hawaii Five-0)
Private Practice
Follow-up Encore programming
Mid-season Wipeout
Spring Missing
Follow-up Scandal
Summer Duets Rookie Blue
Follow-up Duets Wipeout
Follow-up Wipeout
CBS Fall The Big Bang Theory (8/9.7) How to Be a Gentleman Person of Interest (12/9.0) The Mentalist (9/9.3)
Follow-up Rules of Engagement
Mid-season Rob (25/7.2)
(Tied with Mike & Molly)
Spring Rules of Engagement
Summer Two and a Half Men (R) Big Brother 3
Follow-up Encore programming
The CW Fall The Vampire Diaries The Secret Circle Local programming
Summer The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep Breaking Pointe
Fox Fall The X Factor (23/7.4) Bones
Mid-season American Idol (5/11.0) The Finder
Spring Bones
Follow-up Touch
Summer Take Me Out The Choice
Follow-up Encore programming
NBC Fall Community Parks and Recreation The Office Whitney Prime Suspect
Mid-season 30 Rock Up All Night The Firm
Spring Awake
Follow-up Community 30 Rock
Follow-up Parks and Recreation
Summer Various programming Saving Hope Rock Center with Brian Williams

Friday

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 20/20
Mid-season Shark Tank Primetime
Summer Encore programming 20/20
CBS Fall A Gifted Man CSI: NY Blue Bloods (19/7.8)
(Tied with The Good Wife)
Mid-season Undercover Boss A Gifted Man
Spring CSI: NY
The CW Nikita Supernatural Local programming
Fox Fall Kitchen Nightmares Fringe
Spring The Finder
NBC Fall Chuck Grimm Dateline NBC
Mid-season Who Do You Think You Are?
Summer Encore programming Dateline NBC
Follow-up Grimm Dateline NBC

Saturday

Network 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
ABC Fall ESPN Saturday Night Football (continued to game completion)
Mid-season ABC Saturday Night Movie
CBS Fall Comedytime Saturday Crimetime Saturday 48 Hours
Follow-up Comedytime Saturday How to Be a Gentleman
Follow-up Comedytime Saturday
Summer Comedytime Saturday How to Be a Gentleman
Follow-up NYC 22
Follow-up Crimetime Saturday
Fox Fall COPS Encore programming Local programming
Spring Q'Viva! The Chosen
Follow-up Fox Sports
Summer Baseball Night in America
Follow-up COPS Mobbed
NBC Fall Encore programming
Mid-season Encore programming The Firm Encore programming
Spring Escape Routes
Follow-up Encore programming
Summer Various programming The Firm
Follow-up Various programming

By network

ABC

CBS

The CW

Fox

NBC

Renewals and cancellations

Full season pickups

ABC

CBS

The CW

Fox

  • New Girl--Picked up for 24 episodes on September 28, 2011.[49]

NBC

  • Grimm--Picked up for a full season on November 21, 2011.[50]
  • Harry's Law--Picked up for a full season on January 6, 2012.[51]
  • Up All Night--Picked up for a full season on October 4, 2011,[52] plus an additional 2 episodes on November 21, 2011.
  • Whitney--Picked up for a full season on October 4, 2011.[52]

Renewals

ABC

CBS

The CW

Fox

  • American Dad!--Picked up for a seventh production cycle on February 23, 2011.[74]
  • American Idol--Announced on the 2012/13 schedule for a twelfth season on May 14, 2012.[75]
  • Bob's Burgers--On October 31, 2011, Fox ordered 9 additional episodes to the second production cycle, leaving some episodes out, airing in the 2012/13 season.[76]
  • Bones--Picked up for an eighth season on March 29, 2012.[77]
  • The Cleveland Show--Picked up for a fourth season on May 9, 2011.[78]
  • Family Guy--Picked up for an eleventh season on May 9, 2011.[78]
  • Fringe--Picked up for a fifth and final season on April 26, 2012.[79][80]
  • Glee--Picked up for a fourth season on April 9, 2012.[81]
  • Kitchen Nightmares--Picked up for a fifth production cycle on February 2, 2012.[82]
  • Mobbed--Announced on the 2012/13 schedule for more specials on May 14, 2012.[75]
  • New Girl--Picked up for a second season on April 9, 2012.[81]
  • Raising Hope--Picked up for a third season on April 9, 2012.[81]
  • The Simpsons--Picked up for a twenty-third production cycle on November 11, 2010, plus an additional extension through its twenty-fifth production cycle in 2013/14.[83]
  • Touch--Picked up for a second season on May 9, 2012.[84]
  • The X Factor--Picked up for a second season on November 2, 2011.[85]

Ion Television

NBC

Cancellations/Series endings

ABC

  • Charlie's Angels--Canceled on October 14, 2011 after seven low rated episodes. The remaining episodes aired through November 10, 2011.[99][100]
  • Cougar Town--It was announced on May 10, 2012 that TBS would carry future seasons of the series, ending its run on ABC.[101]
  • Desperate Housewives--It was announced on August 5, 2011 that season eight would be the final season.[102][103] The series has been concluded on May 13, 2012.
  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition--Canceled as a regular series on December 15, 2011. The series finale aired on January 13, 2012.[104] Moved to HGTV in 2020.
  • GCB--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[105]
  • Man Up!--Canceled on December 8, 2011 after eight low rated episodes. The 5 remaining episodes were moved to ABC's online website.[106]
  • Missing--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[107]
  • Pan Am--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[107]
  • The River--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[107]
  • Work It--Canceled on January 13, 2012 due to low ratings, harsh reviews and controversy after airing only 2 episodes.[108]
  • You Deserve It--Canceled on May 15, 2012.[109]

CBS

  • CSI: Miami--Canceled on May 13, 2012 after ten seasons. The series was credited as a key player in the network's ratings rise.[110] This is the first CSI series to be canceled.
  • A Gifted Man--Canceled on May 12, 2012.[111]
  • How to Be a Gentleman--Canceled, cut back from 13 episodes to 9 episodes, and changed the airdate from Thursdays to Saturdays for the remaining episodes on October 7, 2011 after only 2 episodes airing.[112] The series was later pulled from Saturdays on October 18, 2011 after only one episode airing on Saturday.[113]
  • NYC 22--Canceled on May 13, 2012.[65]
  • Rob--Canceled on May 13, 2012.[65]

The CW

  • H8R--Canceled on October 6, 2011 after four low rated episodes.[114]
  • One Tree Hill--It was announced on May 19, 2011 that season nine would be the final season.[115] The final episode aired on April 4, 2012.[116]
  • Remodeled--Canceled on February 9, 2012 after four low rated episodes.[117] The remaining episodes aired through between February 22; and the last two episodes were August 13 and 20, 2012.
  • Ringer--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[118]
  • The Secret Circle--Canceled on May 11, 2012.[118]

Fox

NBC

Top weekly ratings

Total Viewers

18-49 Viewers

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  98. ^ Whitney Makes the Cut
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  101. ^ TBS Acquires Cougar Town
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