2009–10 United States Network Television Schedule
The following is the 2009–10 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States. The schedule covers primetime hours from September 2009 through May 2010. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2008/09 season. The schedule omits the Public Broadcasting Service (whose programming is listed here).
NBC stripped The Jay Leno Show weeknights at 10 pm Eastern/9 p.m. Central, but removed it after the Winter Olympics. The CW eliminated its Sunday night programming block and returned that time to local affiliates. After three years as a network, MyNetworkTV became a syndication programming service, and therefore not a recognized as a network, but its programs are still listed in this article. Fox announced its schedule on May 18, 2009, both ABC and NBC announced their schedules on May 19, 2009, and CBS announced its schedule on May 20, 2009. The CW announced its schedule on May 21.
- Lime indicates the #1 most-watched program of the season.
- 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
- Orange indicates the top-40 most watched programs of the season
- Silver indicates the top-50 most watched programs of the season
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