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The WB 2004 Fall Season

The WB Fall 2004 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)

WB

6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM

SUN

"Steve Harvey's Big Time"

"Charmed"

"Jack & Bobby"

MON  

"7th Heaven"

"Everwood"

TUE

"The Gilmore Girls"

"One Tree Hill"

WED

"Smallville"

"The Mountain"

THU

"Blue Collar TV"

"Drew Carey's Green Screen Show"

"One Tree Hill" & Various Programming (encores)

FRI

"What I Like About You"

"Grounded for Life"

"Reba"

"Blue Collar TV (encores)

SAT

Local Programming

 

New Show

New Timeslot

 

Cancelled Shows:

"All About the Andersons"
"Angel"
"The Help"
"JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment"
"Like Family"
"Run of the House"
"The Surreal Life"
"Tarzan"

Midseason Shows/Shows Moved to Midseason:

"Big Man on Campus"
"Global Frequency"
"High School Reunion 3"
"Rocky Point"
"Shacking Up"
"Wannabes"


New Show Descriptions

Dramas:
 

"Jack & Bobby" (Sundays at 8 PM)
Premise: An eccentric single mother raises two teen boys, one of whom is destined to be president of the United States.
Stars: Matthew Long, Logan Lerman (The Butterfly Effect), Christine Lahti ("Chicago Hope"), Edwin Hodge (The Alamo), Jessica Pare, and John Slattery ("Ed," "Sex and the City")
Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Inc., Berlanti/Liddell Productions and Shoe Money Productions
Producers: Greg Berlanti ("Everwood," "Dawson's Creek"), Vanessa Taylor ("Everwood"), Steve Cohen, Brad Meltzer, Mickey Liddell ("Everwood," Go), and Thomas Schlamme ("The West Wing," "Ally McBeal")

"The Mountain" (Thursdays at 7 PM)
Premise: The owner of a famous ski resort dies and leaves the family business to the most irresponsible of his three grandchildren.
Stars: Oliver Hudson ("Dawson's Creek"), Anson Mount (Poolhall Junkies), Barbara Hershey (Hannah and Her Sisters, Beaches), Tara Thompson, Alana De La Garza ("All My Children"), Johann Urb (Zoolander), Elizabeth Bogush ("Titans"), Timmy Dewey, Mitch Pileggi ("Tarzan," "The X-Files"), and Penn Badgley ("Do Over")
Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Inc in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision
Producers: McG ("The O.C.," "Fastlane," Charlie's Angels), Stephanie Savage ("The O.C."), and Shaun Cassidy ("American Gothic")

 

Comedies:

 

"Blue Collar TV" (Wednesdays at 8 PM)
Premise: Taking a "Blue Collar" perspective, each show begins with a standup routine by Jeff Foxworthy.  The rest of the episode then continues with skits based on the them set up at the beginning.
Stars: Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, Heath Hyche, Peter Oldring, Gary Williams, Ashley Drane, and Brooke Dillman
Studio: Riverside Productions, Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. and Bahr/Small Productions
Producers: Fax Bahr and Adam Small ("Mad TV," "In Living Color," "JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment"), Jeff Foxworthy, J.P. Williams, Paul Miller, and Kimber Rickabaugh

"Commando Nanny" (Fridays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: A 20-year-old ex-commando for the British Special Forces moves to Beverly Hills and takes a job as a nanny for three spoiled rich kids.
Stars: Philip Winchester (Thunderbirds), Gerald McRaney ("Major Dad"), Kristin Dattilo ("The Chris Isaak Show"), Max Wolf Burkholder (Daddy Daycare), Beatrice Rosen (Chasing Liberty), Ricky Mabe, and Adam Campbell
Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.
Producers: Mark Burnett ("The Apprentice," "Survivor") and David Flebotte ("The Bernie Mac Show")

"Drew Carey's Green Screen Show" (Wednesdays at 8:30 PM)
Premise: Imagine "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" with an animated element.  Many of the players from ABC's "Whose Line" are here improvising scenes based on suggestions from the audience.  The added dimension is the green screen behind them that flashes animations and effects, giving the skit a feel of a movie.
Stars: Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Chip Esten, Brad Sherwood, Greg Proops, Jeff Davis, Kathy Kinney, Sean Masterson, Julie Larson, Katlin Olson, and Jonathon Mangum
Studio: Production Group and Michigan J.
Producers: Drew Carey, Ron Diamond, and Robert Morton

 

Reality:
 

"Studio 7" (Thursdays at 8 PM)
Premise: Game shows meld even more with reality.  Seven young adults compete in a series of elimination rounds that test their knowledge of pop culture, world events, science, and literature.  The twist?  They're also roommates for a week in a deluxe New York apartment.
Studio: Diplomatic
Producers: Michael Davies ("Who Wants to Be a Millionaire")

Midseason Shows:

 

"Big Man on Campus" (Reality)
Premise: Two competitions in one.  First, the sisters of a college sorority choose the niftiest frat brother around as Big Man on Campus.  Then, he turns around and selects one of them to be his Campus Queen.
Studio: Next Entertainment Studios and Telepictures
Producers: Mike Fleiss ("The Bachelor," "High School Reunion")
 

"Global Frequency" (Drama)
Premise: Based on the comic book series, The Global Frequency is a secret, illegal intelligence organization with agents all over the world...a mere phone call away from being activated into volunteering their skills for the mission at hand.
Stars: TBA
Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. and Cloudbreak Entertainment
Producers: Mark Burnett ("The Apprentice," "Survivor") and John Rogers (Catwoman, The Core)

"Rocky Point" (Drama)
Premise: A 19-year-old girl leaves Connecticut to return to the Hawaiian island where she was born.  Her new life is disrupted when her estranged father tracks her down.
Stars: Billy Campbell ("Once and Again")
Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.
Producers: John Stockwell (Blue Crush, crazy/beautiful) and Lizzy Weiss (Blue Crush)

 

"Shacking Up" (Comedy)
Premise: A 25-year-old medical student gets kicked out of school and moves home to find that his mother is living with her 24-year-old boyfriend.
Stars: Ben Feldman, Ryan McPartlin ("Passions"), Fran Drescher ("The Nanny"), Misti Traya ("Joan of Arcadia"), and Branden Williams (Charlie's Angels, The Sweetest Thing)
Studio: Regency Television
Producers: Jamie Kennedy ("JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," Malibu's Most Wanted), Michael Langworthy ("8 Simple Rules"), David Garrett, and Jason Ward (Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo)

 

"Wannabes" (Reality)
Premise: A group of starlets live together and attempt to become friends while competing each week for the same roles.
Studio: Telepictures
Producers: Jamie Kennedy ("JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," Malibu's Most Wanted), Scott Einziger ("The Amazing Race," "The Howard Stern Show"), Josh Etting ("JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment"), and Ellen Rapoport
 

Information gathered from Zap2it.com


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