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2020 in American television

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For extended information about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the American television industry, see Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on television in the United States.

The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2020. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and re-brandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.

Notable events

Television shows

Shows debuting in 2020

Shows changing networks

Show Moved from Moved to Source
Dirty John Bravo USA Network [1]
Vice HBO Showtime [2]
Vice News Tonight Vice on TV [3]
NAACP Image Awards TV One BET [4]
The Family Business BET BET+ [5]
Cobra Kai YouTube Premium Netflix [6]
One Day at a Time Netflix Pop and TV Land (premieres)/CBS (repeats) [7][8]
The Rich Eisen Show Audience NBCSN [9]
Doom Patrol DC Universe DC Universe/HBO Max [10]
Sesame Street HBO/PBS Kids HBO Max/PBS [11]
Esme & Roy
Search Party TBS HBO Max [12]
Gen:Lock Rooster Teeth [13]
Summer Camp Island Cartoon Network [14]
Infinity Train [15][16]
Titans DC Universe [17]
Where's Waldo? Universal Kids Peacock [18]
A.P. Bio NBC [19]
Curious George PBS Kids [20]
The Dan Patrick Show Audience/AT&T SportsNet [21]
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings Freeform Disney+ [22]
Manhunt Discovery Channel Spectrum Originals [23]
Bellator MMA Paramount Network CBS Sports Network [24]
WWE Tribute to the Troops NBC Fox [25]

Milestone episodes and anniversaries

Show Network Episode # Episode title Episode airdate Source
The First 48 A&E 15th Anniversary "Chain of Death" January 1 [26]
Survivor CBS 20th Anniversary "Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players" February 5 [27]
Impractical Jokers TruTV 200th episode "Hollywood" February 13 [28]
The Real First-run syndication 1,000th episode N/A February 17 [29]
Supergirl The CW 100th episode "It's a Super Life" February 23 [30]
The Steve Wilkos Show First-run syndication 2,000th episode N/A February 24 [31]
Power Rangers Nickelodeon 900th episode "Game On!" March 7 [32]
Mom CBS 150th episode "A Judgy Face and Your Grandma's Drawers" March 12 [33]
Chicago Med NBC 100th episode "The Ghosts of the Past" March 18 [34]
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO "The Spite Store" March 22 [35]
RuPaul's Drag Race VH1 150th episode "Gay's Anatomy" March 27 [citation needed]
Empire Fox 100th episode "We Got Us" April 7 [36][37]
Modern Family ABC 250th episode "Finale Part Two" (series finale) April 8 [38]
The Blacklist NBC 150th episode "Brothers" May 1 [39][40][41]
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee TBS 150th episode "May 6, 2020" May 6 [42]
If Loving You Is Wrong Oprah Winfrey Network 100th episode "Taken" June 2 [citation needed]
The Loud House Nickelodeon "A Star is Scorned" June 10 [43]
Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC 1,000th episode Guest: Regina King June 11 [44]
All That Nickelodeon 200th episode "1130" (Jamie Lynn Spears and cast of Zoey 101, New Hope Club) July 11 [45]
Blindspot NBC 100th episode "Iunne Ennui" (series finale) July 23 [46]
Robot Chicken Adult Swim 200th episode "Endgame" July 26 [47]
Big Brother CBS 20th Anniversary Big Brother 22 season premiere August 5 [48]
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver HBO 200th episode N/A August 16 [49]
American Dad! TBS 300th episode "300" September 14 [50][51]
Family Guy Fox 350th episode "Stewie's First Word" September 27 [52]
The 100 The CW 100th episode "The Last War" (series finale) September 30 [53]
Superstore NBC "California: Part 2" November 5 [54]
Bob's Burgers Fox 200th episode "Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Kids" November 15 [55]
Snapped Oxygen 500th episode "Dana Flynn" November 22 [56][57]
NCIS CBS 400th episode "Everything Starts Somewhere" November 24 [58]
On the Case with Paula Zahn Investigation Discovery 300th episode "Crime and Injustice" November 29 [59]

Shows returning in 2020

The following shows will return with new episodes after being canceled or ended their run previously:

Show Last aired Type of Return Previous channel New/returning/same channel Return date Source
Supernanny 2011 Revival ABC Lifetime January 1 [60][61]
Steve
(as Steve on Watch)
2019 First-run syndication Facebook Watch January 6 [62]
Party of Five 2000 Reboot Fox Freeform January 8 [63]
The Biggest Loser 2016 NBC USA Network January 28 [64]
Manhunt 2017 Revival Discovery Channel Spectrum Originals February 3 [65]
XFL 2001 Reboot NBC/TNN/UPN ESPN/ABC/Fox/FS1 February 8 [66]
The Soup 2015 Revival E! same February 12 [67][68]
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings 2018 New season Freeform Disney+ February 14 [22][69]
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2012 Revival ABC HGTV February 16 [70]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2014 New season Netflix Disney+ February 21 [71][72]
Forensic Files
(as Forensic Files II)
2011 Revival Court TV/TruTV HLN February 23 [73]
Bride & Prejudice
(as Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love)
2016 FYI Lifetime February 26 [74]
Opry 2009 New season GAC Circle [75][76]
Vice News Tonight 2019 Revival HBO Vice on TV March 4 [3]
Amazing Stories 1987 Reboot NBC Apple TV+ March 6 [77]
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
(as Cosmos: Possible Worlds)
2014 New season Fox/National Geographic same March 9 [78]
The Wall 2018 NBC March 15 [79]
One Day at a Time 2019 Netflix Pop/TV Land/CBS March 24 [7][80][81]
Vice 2018 HBO Showtime March 29 [2][82]
12 oz. Mouse Adult Swim same April 1[a] [83][84][85]
Singled Out 2019 Reboot MTV/YouTube Quibi April 6 [86][87]
Punk'd 2015 BET
Celebrity Ghost Stories 2014 Revival LMN A&E April 8 [88][89]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 2019 New season First-run syndication ABC [90]
Club MTV
(as Club MTV Presents #DanceTogether with D-Nice)
1992 Special MTV same April 25 [91]
Parks and Recreation
(as "A Parks and Recreation Special")
2015 NBC April 30 [92]
CBS Sunday Movie
(as CBS Sunday Night Movies)
2006 Revival CBS May 3 [93]
Reno 911! 2009 Comedy Central Quibi May 4 [94][95][96]
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 2019 Special Netflix same May 12 [97][98]
Sell This House 2011 Revival A&E FYI May 18 [99]
True Life
(as True Life Presents: First-Time First Responders)
2017 Special MTV same June 9 [100]
Search Party New season TBS HBO Max June 25 [12][101]
Adventure Time
(as Adventure Time: Distant Lands)
2018 Specials Cartoon Network [102][101]
Nick News 2015 Revival Nickelodeon same June 29 [103]
Unsolved Mysteries 2010 Spike Netflix July 1 [104]
The Baby-Sitters Club 1990 Reboot HBO July 3 [105]
30 Rock
(as "30 Rock: A One-Time Special")
2013 Special NBC same July 16 [106][107]
Happy Endings
(as Happy Endings Special Charity Event)
ABC Sony Pictures Television YouTube channel July 20 [108]
The Fugitive 2001 Reboot CBS Quibi August 3 [109]
Eco-Challenge
(as World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji)
2002 Revival USA Network Prime Video August 14 [110][111]
Tyler Perry's House of Payne 2012 TBS BET September 2 [112][113]
A.P. Bio 2019 New season NBC Peacock September 3 [19][114]
Becoming 2016 Revival Disney XD Disney+ September 18 [115]
Way Too Early
(as Way Too Early with Kasie Hunt)
MSNBC same September 21 [116]
Dr. 90210 2008 E! September 28 [117][118]
Weakest Link 2003 First-run syndication NBC September 29 [119][120]
16 and Pregnant 2014 MTV same October 6 [121]
The West Wing
(as A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote)
2006 Special NBC HBO Max October 15 [122]
Supermarket Sweep 2003 Revival PAX ABC October 18 [123][124][125]
MDA Telethon
(as The MDA Kevin Hart Kids Telethon)
2014 ABC YouTube Live October 24 [126]
Mickey Mouse
(as The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse)
2019 Disney Channel Disney+ November 18 [127]
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
(as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reunion)
1996 Special NBC HBO Max [128][129][130]
Animaniacs 1998 Revival Kids' WB Hulu November 20 [131][132][133]
I Love New York
(as I Love New York: Reunited)
2008 Special VH1 same November 23 [134]
Hollywood Exes
(as Hollywood Exes: Reunited)
2014 November 24
Saved by the Bell 1993 Revival NBC Peacock November 25 [135][136]

Shows ending in 2020

End date Show Channel First aired Status Source
January 1 Messiah Netflix 2020 Canceled [137]
Spinning Out [138]
January 10 AJ and the Queen [139]
Harvey Girls Forever! 2018 [140]
January 19 Ray Donovan Showtime 2013 [141]
January 23 Perfect Harmony NBC 2019 [142]
October Faction Netflix 2020 [143]
January 24 The Ranch 2016 Ended [144]
January 25 Flirty Dancing Fox 2019 Canceled [145]
January 26 Star Wars Resistance Disney Channel/Disney XD 2018 Ended [146][147]
January 28 Arrow The CW 2012 [148]
Emergence ABC 2019 Canceled [149]
January 29 Next In Fashion Netflix 2020 [150]
Homicide Hunter Investigation Discovery 2011 Ended [151][152]
January 30 The Good Place NBC 2016 [153][154]
New Looney Tunes Boomerang 2015 [155]
January 31 BoJack Horseman Netflix 2014 [156]
February 6 Tell Me a Story CBS All Access 2018 Canceled [157]
Interrogation 2020 [158]
February 9 Power Starz 2014 Ended [159][160]
February 14 High Fidelity Hulu 2020 Canceled [161]
February 16 Mike Tyson Mysteries Adult Swim 2014 [162]
February 19 Criminal Minds CBS 2005 Ended [163][164]
February 21 Fresh Off the Boat ABC 2015 [165]
February 22 Almost Family Fox 2019 Canceled [166]
February 26 I Am Not Okay with This Netflix 2020 [167]
February 27 Altered Carbon 2018 [168]
February 28 Queen Sono 2020 [169]
March 1 Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure Disney Channel 2017 Ended [170][171]
March 2 Hardball with Chris Matthews MSNBC 1997 [172]
March 4 Party of Five Freeform 2020 Canceled [173]
March 8 Kidding Showtime 2018 [174]
Dare Me USA Network 2019 [175]
March 12 Lights Out with David Spade Comedy Central [176]
Carol's Second Act CBS [177]
E! News E! 1991 [178]
In the Room 2019
Pop of the Morning 2020
March 13 Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector NBC [142]
March 14 Trish Regan Primetime Fox Business 2015 [179]
March 18 68 Whiskey Paramount Network 2020 [180]
March 19 Very Cavallari E! 2018 Ended [181]
March 21 Henry Danger Nickelodeon 2014 [182][183]
March 23 Ballmastrz: 9009 Adult Swim 2018 Canceled
March 24 Project Blue Book History 2019 [184]
March 25 Stumptown ABC [185]
March 26 Deputy Fox 2020 [186]
Outmatched [187]
March 27 High Noon ESPN 2018 [188]
Steven Universe Future Cartoon Network 2019 Ended [189]
April 1 The Magicians Syfy 2015 [190]
April 3 Future Man Hulu 2017 [191][192]
Hawaii Five-0 CBS 2010 [193]
High Maintenance HBO 2016 Canceled [194]
April 8 Modern Family ABC 2009 Ended [195][196]
April 13 Briarpatch USA Network 2020 Canceled [197]
April 14 Ink Master Paramount Network 2012 [198]
April 16 Wife Swap 2004
Indebted NBC 2020 [199]
April 17 Strike Back Cinemax 2011 Ended [200][201]
April 18 Doc McStuffins Disney Junior 2012 [202]
April 21 Empire Fox 2015 [36][203]
April 23 Will & Grace NBC 1998 [204][205]
April 24 Sister Circle TV One/Tegna O&Os 2017 Canceled [206]
April 26 God Friended Me CBS 2018 [207]
Homeland Showtime 2011 Ended [208][209]
May 4 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Disney+ 2008 [210]
May 5 Bless This Mess ABC 2019 Canceled [149]
May 6 Brockmire IFC 2017 Ended [211][212]
May 7 Tommy CBS 2020 Canceled [177][213]
May 8 The Hollow Netflix 2018 [214][215]
May 11 Cops Paramount Network 1989 [216]
May 13 Single Parents ABC 2018 [149]
Schooled 2019
May 14 Katy Keene The CW 2020 [217]
How to Get Away with Murder ABC 2014 Ended [218][219]
May 15 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Netflix 2018 [220]
May 23 Live PD A&E 2016 Canceled [221]
May 24 Run HBO 2020 [222]
May 28 Siren Freeform 2018 [223]
May 31 Vida Starz Ended [224][225]
June 1 The Baker and the Beauty ABC 2020 Canceled [226]
June 2 Fuller House Netflix 2016 Ended [227]
June 4 Vagrant Queen Syfy 2020 Canceled [228]
June 5 13 Reasons Why Netflix 2017 Ended [229][230]
June 7 Transformers: Cyberverse Cartoon Network 2018 [231]
June 11 Man with a Plan CBS 2016 Canceled [177][232]
June 13 Alexa & Katie Netflix 2018 Ended [233]
June 16 If Loving You Is Wrong Oprah Winfrey Network 2014 [234][235]
One Day at a Time Pop 2017 Canceled [236]
WWE Backstage Fox Sports 1 2019 [237]
June 18 The Order Netflix [238]
June 19 Live PD: Police Patrol First-run syndication 2017 [239]
June 25 The Twilight Zone CBS All Access 2019 [240]
Broke CBS 2020 [177][241]
June 26 The Will Cain Show ESPNews 2018 Ended [242]
June 28 Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Netflix Canceled [243]
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels Showtime 2020 [244]
July 2 Council of Dads NBC [245]
July 3 DC Daily DC Universe 2018 [246]
July 15 Brave New World Peacock 2020 [247]
July 23 Blindspot NBC 2015 Ended [248][249]
July 28 Last Chance U Netflix 2016 [250]
July 29 At Home with Amy Sedaris TruTV 2017 Canceled [251]
August 11 Greenleaf Oprah Winfrey Network 2016 Ended [252][253]
August 12 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ABC 2013 [254][255][256]
August 14 Teenage Bounty Hunters Netflix 2020 Canceled [257]
August 21 Hoops [258]
August 23 Elena of Avalor Disney Junior 2016 Ended [259]
NOS4A2 AMC 2019 Canceled [260]
August 25 Trinkets Netflix Ended [261][262]
August 26 Corporate Comedy Central 2018 [263][264]
United We Fall ABC 2020 Canceled [265]
August 27 Unikitty! Cartoon Network 2017 Ended [266][failed verification]
September 4 Away Netflix 2020 Canceled [267]
September 9 L.A.'s Finest Spectrum Originals 2019 [268]
September 11 Coop & Cami Ask the World Disney Channel 2018
September 13 Kasie DC MSNBC 2017 [116]
September 25 Utopia Prime Video 2020 [269]
September 30 The 100 The CW 2014 Ended [270][271]
October 9 Room 104 HBO 2017 [272][273]
October 12 Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Netflix 2020 [274]
October 16 Helstrom Hulu Canceled [275]
November 16 Connecting NBC.com/Peacock [276][277]
November 19 Supernatural The CW 2005 Ended [278][148][279]
November 20 The Pack Prime Video 2020 Canceled [280]
November 24 Tosh.0 Comedy Central 2009 [281]
November 30 Filthy Rich Fox 2020 [282][283]
December 5 ThunderCats Roar Cartoon Network [284]
December 9 The Big Show Show Netflix [285][286]
The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia
December 22 Next Fox [282][287]
December 30 Vikings Prime Video 2013 Ended [288][289]
December 31 Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Netflix 2018 Canceled [290][291]

Entering syndication in 2020

A list of programs (current or canceled) that have accumulated enough episodes (between 65 and 100) or seasons (three or more) to be eligible for off-network syndication and/or basic cable runs.

Show Seasons In Production Notes Source
American Housewife 4 Yes [292][293]
Schitt's Creek 6 No [294]
Young Sheldon 3 Yes [295]

Networks and services

Launches

Network Type Launch date Notes Source
Circle Over-the-air multicast/
OTT streaming
January 1 Circle, which focuses on country music and its related lifestyle, is a Nashville-based venture between Gray Television and the Opry Entertainment division of Ryman Hospitality Properties. It's Gray's first owned entry into the multicast arena, while it brings Ryman (formerly Gaylord Entertainment) back to TV network ownership after it sold cable's The Nashville Network and Country Music Television to CBS in 1997. Gray and CBS-owned stations form the major launch groups for Circle, whose schedule will include the return of the weekly Grand Ole Opry broadcast to television. The network has a limited group of affiliates which exclusively carry the Opry on their main channel as a tape-delayed offering on late Saturday nights, due to lack of room for the full subchannel. [296][297]
[298][299]
Yahoo! Finance Cable (via Verizon FiOS)/
OTT streaming
January 27 Verizon Media extends its Yahoo Finance business and financial news website into a 24-hour linear news channel initially available on Verizon FiOS channel 604, serving as a competitor to CNBC, Fox Business and Cheddar; Yahoo Finance's bell-to-bell stock market programming is also streamed live from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ET on the site's webpage. [300]
Black News Channel Cable and digital February 10 Founded by former Oklahoma U.S. Representative J. C. Watts, the network will be devoted to covering the African American community in news, sports and entertainment. [301]
Marquee Sports Network Cable and digital February 22
(on-air launch);
July 24
(full launch)
A regional sports network venture between Sinclair Broadcast Group and Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs, Marquee will take over as the team's exclusive primary broadcaster from NBC Sports Chicago, WGN-TV and WLS-TV, along with surrounding team programming and other sports content. The launch was tied to the start of the team's spring training, but full operations did not start until the coronavirus-delayed Cubs season started on July 24; that day also saw a situation averted where the Chicago market's major cable provider, Xfinity (which is owned by Comcast, the owners of NBC Sports Chicago), agreed to terms to carry the network. [302][303]
Peacock OTT streaming April 15
(Xfinity subscribers);
July 15
(full launch)
Peacock is an ad-supported companion service to NBC with exclusive and original content. The service has three tiers; a free tier, a premium tier which is available to both paid subscribers or those who subscribe to an offered cable service such as Xfinity, and a near-fully ad-free option for extra cost. The company will concurrently retain its 30% stake in Hulu. [304][305]
LX Over-the-air multicast/
OTT streaming
May 19 Announced by NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations on September 23, 2019, LX (an abbreviation for Local X, and adapted from the name of its sister lifestyle production subsidiary LXTV) is a digital news service—building on experimental news offerings and research by NBCUniversal-owned stations—that will be available through a streaming service and over-the-air multicast network, which will provide original local news content aimed at young adults 18–45 who traditionally do not watch news on conventional television. (LX originally began providing news content via a dedicated website and on various social media networks such as YouTube on the date of the launch announcement.) While the broadcast version—which will be based out of the DallasFort Worth duopoly of NBC O&O KXAS-TV and Telemundo O&O KXTX-TV, which will produce three-hour daily morning and prime time newscasts for LX—will be ad-supported, commercial breaks on LX will be fewer and of shorter length than other conventional television platforms. [306][307]
HBO Max OTT streaming May 27 HBO Max is a paid subscription streaming service that features original content as well as content from Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, CNN, TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, Crunchyroll and other WarnerMedia brands and programs being transferred from HBO (consisting of children's programs from the Sesame Workshop library) and the sunsetted Audience, along with former original programming from the DC Universe service, which is being converted to a comic book archive-centric service. Due to compensation disputes, the service was unavailable on Amazon Fire TV and Roku digital media players and televisions until November 17 and December 17, respectively. [308][309]
[310]

Conversions and rebrandings

Old network
name
New network
name
Type Conversion date Notes Source
JUCE TV Positiv Over-the-air multicast/
Cable and satellite
January 26 On January 26, the Trinity Broadcasting Network relaunched its youth-oriented multicast service JUCE TV—which had been moved to a 24-hour DT5 feed on TBN's owned-and-operated stations on January 13, after being placed in a time-share with sister children's network Smile concurrent with the June 2015 launch of TBN Salsa on that feed—as Positiv. The relaunched network—which, unusual for a service whose over-the-air broadcasts are transmitted exclusively over non-commercial stations, is partially advertiser-supported—features family and faith-based films (including many in TBN's existing library that aired on the network under its JCTV/JUCE TV format). TBN relegated the "JUCE" brand to a dedicated YouTube channel offering original short-form content aimed at Christian youth, which the ministry launched on October 23, 2019. [311]
Live Well Network Localish Over-the-air multicast February 17 On January 21, ABC Owned Television Stations announced that Live Well Network—which has been carried exclusively on ABC's eight O&O stations since it retracted from national distribution in 2014—will be rebranded on February 17, as a television extension of the Localish digital lifestyle brand launched by ABC in September 2018. The relaunched network will feature long-form variants of several programs already featured on the Localish website, which focuses on short-form series focusing on local storytelling, food, leisure and health. It also serves as a de facto overflow feed for ABC's network programming on its O&Os during sports and breaking news coverage. [312][313]
Showtime Beyond SHO×BET Premium cable and satellite July 15 On February 20, ViacomCBS announced that Showtime's third multiplex channel, the former channel space for Showcase—which, since its July 2001 rebranding, has focused on theatrical and first-run feature films from parent network Showtime's various film distributors as well as Showtime's library of original made-for-cable films, documentaries and comedy specials–would be relaunched as SHO×BET, an African American-oriented service co-branded with sister basic cable network BET. Upon the July 15 relaunch, however, SHO×BET replaced sister multiplex channel Showtime Beyond—which had focused mainly around paranormal and science fiction films since its September 1999 launch—instead, while Showcase remained a standalone channel. (Both networks swapped channel placements on select systems.) SHO×BET—the second premium cable co-branding effort to have involved BET, former co-owner of Starz multiplex channel BET Movies: Starz! (now Starz In Black) from its 1997 launch until Viacom opted BET Networks out of the venture in 2001—offers movies and series (including original scripted content from Showtime and BET's respective libraries) aimed at Black audiences. [314][315]
[316]
Justice Network True Crime Network Over-the-air multicast July 27 Announced on July 13, the Tegna-owned multicast network will rebrand as True Crime Network on July 27, in preparation for the launch of a free companion OTT streaming service that will offer true crime series from the network's programming library and true crime podcasts distributed by co-owned subsidiary Vault Studios to launch later in the summer. Along with its existing archive programming, True Crime Network will also offer original programming based on true crime and investigative content from the libraries of Tegna's television stations as well as the safety PSAs from the "BeSafe" campaign (hosted by Atlanta Police Sergeant and former actor Ralph Woolfolk) that have aired since the network first launched. [317][318]
Spectrum News Austin Spectrum News 1 (Texas) Regional cable October 16 On October 6, Charter Communications announced the relaunch of regional cable news channel Spectrum News Austin—which launched in September 1999, and added a subfeed for the San Antonio market in June 2014—as Spectrum News 1, a quasi-statewide network serving all eight of the provider's systems throughout Texas, on October 16. In addition to its existing staff in Austin and San Antonio, Spectrum News 1 will employ around 20 additional reporters that will be assigned to file reports in each of the six new markets: DallasFort Worth, Wichita Falls, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Waco and HarlingenMcAllenBrownsville. [319][320]

Closures

Network Type End date Notes Source
ESPN Goal Line & Bases Loaded Cable and satellite January 13 (de facto)
June 30 (contractual sunsetting)
On March 13, one day after the NCAA cancelled its Division I Baseball Tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ESPN sent notice to cable & satellite providers that Goal Line & Bases Loaded would be formally discontinued on June 30, the contractual end of its latest agreement. The NFL RedZone-style channel carried live highlight coverage of college football across ESPN's networks, along with similar coverage of the NCAA softball and baseball tourneys (and until 2017, Wednesday night college basketball coverage under the "Buzzer Beater" branding). ESPN's building emphasis on its ESPN+ streaming service, along with continuous staffing reductions at ESPN and overall issues with a lack of compelling coverage on the channel, are likely to blame for the network's demise. The channel's final program was a "datacast" of the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship (as part of ESPN's Megacast coverage of the game); from March 13 until its closure, the channel space carried a looping video of the ESPN logo. [321]
MHz WorldView Over-the-air multicast March 1 MHz Networks announced on January 8, 2020 that MHz Worldview would cease operations as they prepare to transition to two digital streaming services, MHz Choice (paid subscription) and MHz Now (free & ad-supported). After its closure, many stations that carried MHz Worldview switched to other networks including First Nations Experience, World Channel, Deutsche Welle, and NHK World. [322]
Audience DirecTV/U-verse/AT&T TV-exclusive May 23 AT&T announced on January 8 that Audience, a network exclusive to AT&T platforms, would be discontinued, eventually transitioning to a barker channel that advertises and previews programming found on HBO Max. The prime daily programs for Audience, simulcasts of sports radio programs hosted by Dan Patrick and Rich Eisen, departed the network on February 28. [323][324]
[325]
HBO Go TV Everywhere video on demand streaming service July 31 On June 12, 2020, WarnerMedia announced that the HBO Go platform would be decommissioned on July 31, 2020. Providers that have not yet made an HBO Max deal continued to allow customer access to HBO Go (mainly Altice USA's brands, Mediacom and smaller cable providers yet to come to terms with WarnerMedia on HBO Max carriage, and closed-circuit university television systems which had not had personnel available during the COVID-19 pandemic to negotiate a new contract for HBO Max), though only through the HBO Go desktop website. [326][327]
El Rey Network Cable and digital December 31 Hobbled by loss of carriage on AT&T's platforms and Spectrum systems, as well as Univision Communications's withdrawal as a minority partner as part of their own corporate upheaval, the English-language Latino-oriented channel announced on December 8 that it will shutter as a linear cable/satellite channel. Founding executive Robert Rodriguez has indicated he will likely relaunch the El Rey brand as a digital-only service. [328]

Television stations

Subchannel launches

Date Market Station Channel Affiliation Source
January 1 Birmingham, Alabama WBRC 6.5 Grit (moved from 6.3) [329]
Huntsville, Alabama WAFF 48.5 Grit (moved from 48.3) [330]
Montgomery, Alabama WSFA 12.3 Circle [citation needed]
Anchorage, Alaska KTUU-TV 2.3 [citation needed]
Tucson, Arizona KOLD-TV 13.3 [331]
Los Angeles, California KCAL-TV 9.3 [citation needed]
Sacramento, California KMAX-TV 31.5 [citation needed]
San Francisco, California KBCW 44.5 [citation needed]
Dover, Delaware (Salisbury, Maryland) WMDE 36.4 [citation needed]
Gainesville/Ocala, Florida WCJB-TV 20.4 [citation needed]
Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida WBFS-TV 33.5 [citation needed]
Panama City, Florida WECP-LD 18.4 Heroes & Icons (moved from 18.3) [citation needed]
Sarasota, Florida WWSB 40.2 Circle [citation needed]
St. Petersburg/Tampa, Florida WTOG 44.5 [citation needed]
West Palm Beach, Florida WFLX 29.3 [citation needed]
Albany, Georgia WALB 10.5 [citation needed]
WGCW-LD 36.2 [citation needed]
Augusta, Georgia WRDW-TV 12.4 [332]
Columbus, Georgia WTVM 9.3 [citation needed]
Savannah, Georgia WTOC-TV 11.3 [citation needed]
Thomasville, Georgia
(Tallahassee, Florida)
WCTV 6.3 [citation needed]
Honolulu, Hawaii KGMB 5.2 [citation needed]
Caldwell/Boise, Idaho KNIN-TV 9.4 [citation needed]
Evansville, Indiana WFIE 14.4 Grit (moved from 14.3) [333]
South Bend, Indiana WNDU-TV 16.3 Circle [334]
Cedar Rapids, Iowa KCRG-TV 9.6 [citation needed]
Ottumwa, Iowa/Kirksville, Missouri KYOU-TV 15.5 Grit (moved from 15.3) [citation needed]
Topeka, Kansas WIBW-TV 13.3 Circle [citation needed]
Hutchinson/Wichita, Kansas KWCH-DT 12.4 [citation needed]
Hazard, Kentucky WYMT-TV 57.3 [335]
Lexington, Kentucky WKYT-TV 27.3 [citation needed]
Louisville, Kentucky WAVE 3.3 [citation needed]
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WAFB 9.3 [citation needed]
New Orleans, Louisiana WVUE-DT 8.5 Grit (moved from 8.3) [336]
Shreveport, Louisiana KSLA 12.2 Grit (moved from 12.4) [citation needed]
Bangor, Maine WABI-TV 5.4 Circle [337]
Boston, Massachusetts WSBK-TV 38.5 [citation needed]
Detroit, Michigan WKBD-TV 50.5 [citation needed]
Flint/Saginaw/
Bay City, Michigan
WJRT-TV 12.6 WeatherNation TV
(moved from 12.3)
[338]
Onondaga/Lansing, Michigan WILX-TV 10.3 Circle [339]
Jackson, Mississippi WLBT 3.3 [340]
Cape Girardeau, Missouri/
Paducah, Kentucky
KFVS-TV 12.3 [341]
Springfield, Missouri KYTV 3.5 [citation needed]
Grand Island/Hastings, Nebraska KGIN 11.5 [citation needed]
Lincoln, Nebraska KOLN 10.5 [citation needed]
Reno, Nevada KOLO-TV 8.4 [citation needed]
Secaucus, New Jersey
(New York City)
WWOR-TV 48.2 [citation needed]
Riverhead, New York
(New York City)
WLNY-TV 55.5 [citation needed]
Charlotte, North Carolina WBTV 3.3 [citation needed]
Greenville/New Bern/
Washington, North Carolina
WITN-TV 7.6 [342]
Wilmington, North Carolina WECT 6.3 [citation needed]
Bismarck, North Dakota KFYR-TV 5.4 [citation needed]
Dickinson, North Dakota KQCD-TV 7.4 [citation needed]
Minot, North Dakota KMOT 10.4 [citation needed]
Williston, North Dakota KUMV-TV 8.4 [citation needed]
Cincinnati, Ohio WCPO-TV 9.5 Laff [343]
WXIX-TV 19.5 Ion Television
Shaker Heights/Cleveland, Ohio WOIO 43.2 Circle [citation needed]
Toledo, Ohio WTVG 13.4 [citation needed]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WPSG 57.5 [citation needed]
Jeannette/Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania WPCW 19.5 [citation needed]
Ponce, Puerto Rico WTIN-TV 2.11 Telemundo [344]
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico WNJX-TV 2.12
San Juan, Puerto Rico WAPA-TV 4.3 Local weather [citation needed]
Charleston, South Carolina WCSC-TV 5.4 Grit (moved from 5.3) [345]
Columbia, South Carolina WIS 10.3 Circle [citation needed]
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina WMBF-TV 32.5 Grit (moved from 32.3) [346]
Lead, South Dakota KHSD-TV 11.2 Circle [citation needed]
Rapid City, South Dakota KOTA-TV 3.2 [citation needed]
Knoxville, Tennessee WVLT-TV 8.4 [347]
Memphis, Tennessee WMC-TV 5.4 Grit (moved from 5.3) [348]
Borger/Amarillo, Texas KEYU 31.3 Circle [citation needed]
Fort Worth/Dallas, Texas KTXA 21.4 [citation needed]
Lubbock, Texas KCBD 11.2 [349]
Tyler/Longview, Texas KLTV 7.2 [citation needed]
Burlington, Vermont WCAX-TV 3.5 Ion Television (moved from 3.3) [350]
Harrisonburg, Virginia WSVW-LD 30.3 Circle [citation needed]
Richmond, Virginia WWBT 12.4 Court TV Mystery (moved from 12.3) [351]
Roanoke, Virginia WDBJ 7.3 Heroes & Icons (moved from 7.2) [352]
Tacoma/Seattle, Washington KSTW 11.5 Circle [citation needed]
Huntington/Charleston, West Virginia WSAZ-TV 3.3 [353]
Weston/Clarksburg, West Virginia WDTV 5.4 [citation needed]
Green Bay, Wisconsin WBAY-TV 2.6 Ion Television (moved from 2.3) [354]
January 6 Colorado Springs, Colorado KKTV 11.3 Circle [355]
January 7 Fort Kent, Maine (Presque Isle) WWPI-LD 16.1 NBC [356]
January 13 Lake Charles, Louisiana KVHP 29.4 Ion Television (moved from 29.3) [citation needed]
Wichita Falls, Texas/Lawton, Oklahoma KAUZ-TV 6.3 Circle [citation needed]
April 1 Lafayette, Louisiana KLWB 50.3 Telemundo [357]
May 1 Kennewick/Pasco/
Richland, Washington
KVEW 42.6 QVC [358]
42.7 HSN
Yakima, Washington KAPP 35.6 QVC
35.7 HSN

Stations changing network affiliation

Major affiliation changes

This section outlines affiliation changes involving English and Spanish language networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, PBS, The CW, Univision, etc.), and format conversions involving independent stations. Digital subchannels will only be mentioned if the prior or new affiliation involves a major English and Spanish broadcast network or a locally programmed independent entertainment format.
Date Market Station Channel Prior affiliation New affiliation Notes Source
January 1 Mayagüez, Puerto Rico WORA 5.1 Telemundo ABC On June 27, 2019, WORA-TV announced that it will end an affiliation agreement with WKAQ-TV by December 31, leaving Telemundo without a western affiliate after more than four years. Later, Hemisphere Media Group, the owners of WAPA-TV, announced that Telemundo would air on a subchannel of WNJX-TV by January 1, 2020. On December 18, WORA-TV announced that it will move ABC programming to channel 5.1 on January 1, with the Televisión Española news channel 24H airing on 5.2 from that date on. [359]
January 28 Harlingen/McAllen/
Brownsville, Texas
KGBT-TV 4.1 CBS Temporarily silent With Nexstar Media Group acquiring the non-license assets of KGBT from Sinclair Broadcast Group through the settlement of Tribune Media's 2018 lawsuit against Sinclair, Nexstar—which assumed the rights to KGBT's programming and news operation—decides to move KGBT's CBS schedule to a subchannel on the KVEO spectrum; the move results in KGBT ending its affiliation with CBS after 66 years and its main channel going temporarily silent until replacement programming is added. KVEO's former subchannel affiliations with Estrella TV, Court TV Mystery and Grit also move to the KGBT spectrum (on three new subchannels) to accommodate additional bandwidth needed for KVEO to transmit the former KGBT CBS programming feed on its DT2 subchannel. [360][361]
4.4 New subchannel Estrella TV
4.5 New subchannel Grit
4.6 New subchannel Court TV Mystery
KVEO-TV 23.2 Estrella TV CBS
August 1 Anchorage, Alaska KYES-TV 5.1 MyNetworkTV CBS Earlier in 2020, GCI/Denali Media Holdings, the majority cable provider for the state of Alaska, announced that it would sell its broadcast holdings to focus on other areas, in particular providing data, mobile, video, voice and managed services. On July 31, Denali announced the sale of KTVA's non-license assets, including its news operation and CBS affiliation, to Gray Television, owners of NBC affiliate KTUU-TV and what had been MyNetworkTV affiliate KYES-TV. Denali will retain ownership of the KTVA license since Gray cannot legally own and/or operate the station (it already owns two full-power stations in Anchorage). The KTVA assets were transferred to KYES-TV the same day, while KTVA temporarily simulcasted KYES-TV for the benefit of viewers until it wound down its news operation on August 28, with KTUU taking some of KTVA's former staff for a combined "Alaska's News Source" operation between KTUU and KYES. KYES's former primary schedule and MyNetworkTV schedule was shifted to a newly created fourth subchannel. KTVA went dark on September 3, 2020, as GCI looks for a sale partner. [362]
5.4 New subchannel MyNetworkTV
KTVA 11.1 CBS Dark
November 2 Sioux Falls, South Dakota KDLT-TV 46.2 Antenna TV Fox Earlier in September, Independent Communications, owner of KTTW and its Huron satellite station KTTM announced it sell the non-license assets of the station along with the studio space, its translators, the Fox affiliation and the Cozi TV subchannel to Gray Television, parent of NBC affiliated station KDLT-TV and its Mitchell satellite station KDLV and ABC affiliated station KSFY-TV; ending its 33 years affiliation with the network on November 2. After the sale, an local company plans to buy the stations and they carry This TV on the second subchannel for the interim while the main channel went temporary dark. To accompany the Fox and Cozi TV programming, KDLT had moved the Antenna TV subchannel to 46.3 and KDLV meanwhile will move the KSFY signal to 5.3, displacing the The CW Plus and MeTV affiliations. [363]
46.3 New subchannel Antenna TV
46.4 New subchannel Cozi TV
KTTW 7.1 Fox Dark
7.2 Cozi TV This TV (moved from 7.3)
Mitchell, South Dakota KDLV (satellite of KDLT-TV) 5.2 The CW Plus Fox
5.3 MeTV ABC (simulcast of KSFY-TV)
Huron, South Dakota KTTM (satellite of KTTW) 12.1 Fox Dark
12.2 Cozi TV This TV (moved from 7.3)

Subchannel affiliation

Date Market Station Channel Prior affiliation New affiliation Source
January 1 Birmingham, Alabama WBRC 6.3 Grit (moved to 6.5) Circle [329]
Huntsville, Alabama WAFF 48.3 Grit (moved to 48.5) [330]
Panama City, Florida WECP-LD 18.3 Heroes & Icons (moved to 18.4) [citation needed]
Evansville, Indiana WFIE 14.3 Grit (moved to 14.4) [333]
Ottumwa, Iowa/Kirksville, Missouri KYOU-TV 15.3 Grit (moved to 15.5) [citation needed]
New Orleans, Louisiana WVUE-DT 8.3 Grit (moved to 8.5) [336]
Shreveport, Louisiana KSLA 12.2 Grit (moved to 12.4) [citation needed]
Flint/Saginaw/
Bay City, Michigan
WJRT-TV 12.3 WeatherNation TV
(moved to 12.6)
[364][338]
Cincinnati, Ohio WCPO-TV 9.3 Laff Bounce TV [343]
WXIX-TV 19.2 Bounce TV (moved to WCPO-DT 9.3) Heroes & Icons
19.3 Grit Circle
19.4 Ion Television (moved to 19.5) Grit
WBQC-LD 25.9 Heroes & Icons Start TV
Charleston, South Carolina WCSC-TV 5.3 Grit (moved to 5.4) Circle [345]
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina WMBF-TV 32.3 Grit (moved to 32.5) [346]
Memphis, Tennessee WMC-TV 5.3 Grit (moved to 5.4) [348]
Belton, Texas
(Waco/Temple/Bryan)
KNCT 46.2 MeTV (simulcast of KWTX-DT 10.3) [citation needed]
Burlington, Vermont WCAX-TV 3.5 Ion Television (moved from 3.3) [350]
Richmond, Virginia WWBT 12.2 Court TV Mystery (moved to 12.3) [351]
Roanoke, Virginia WDBJ 7.2 Heroes & Icons (moved to 7.3) [352]
Green Bay, Wisconsin WBAY-TV 2.3 Ion Television (moved to 2.6) [365]
January 13 Lake Charles, Louisiana KVHP 29.3 Ion Television (moved to 29.4) [citation needed]

Station closures

Station Channel Affiliation Market Date Notes Source
KYMA-DT 11.# NBC Yuma, Arizona January 13 On January 13, 2020, the KYMA-DT program streams and intellectual unit were moved to the channel 13 facility, which changed call letters from KSWT to KYMA-DT. The former KYMA-DT's license was surrendered eight days later as a condition of the acquisition of Northwest Broadcasting by Apollo Global Management in 2019. The virtual channel numbering of the former KYMA streams remains the same. [366][367]
WNYS-TV 43.# MyNetworkTV Syracuse, New York The same license surrender situation occurs in Syracuse, with WNYS's license turned in, and its intellectual unit becoming the third subchannel of sister Fox affiliate WSYT. It also retains its existing virtual channels.
WLFM-LP 6 (audio on 87.7 FM) radio programming Cleveland June 30 One of the remaining analog channel 6 television stations used to broadcast FM audio at 87.7 FM (so-called "Franken FM" stations) in existence, owner Murray Hill Broadcasting announced that it is ending their LMA with TSJ Media, which will move the station's Spanish CHR audio format to a digital-only presence; the station ended its analog operations and presence on FM radio at the same time. WLFM moved to digital channel 20 in the UHF band in the ongoing TV repack and flash-cut to digital; under the new call sign WLFM-LD, the license is broadcasting Jewelry Television on virtual channel 6.1. 2021 will see the remaining analog channel 6 stations meet the same fate. [368]

Deaths

Notes

  1. ^ The third season began in regularity on July 21.

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