Search for Tomorrow(1951 - 1986)
Daytime soap opera created by Roy Winsor and originally debuted on CBS until NBC moved there in 1982.
The City (1995)(1995 - 1997)
Short-lived soap opera starring Morgan Fairchild (left the following year) and set basically in New York City. A spin-off after the cancellation of Loving.
The Pat Sajak Show(1989 - 1990)
A CBS late-night talk show hosted by TV weathercaster and Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak following the departure to his Wheel's daytime game show. It competed with the Tonight Show on NBC and ran for fifteen months on air.
Star Trek: Enterprise(2001 - 2005)
Set in a USS Enterprise ship with an inspiring different cast. The fifth and last of the television saga of the original Star Trek series after Voyager ended on UPN in 2001.
The Challengers(1990 - 1991)
Two challengers compete for the ultimate competition while a winning champion is returned. Hosted by Dick Clark.
Home Shopping Game(1987 - 1987)
A 1987 game show based on the direct shopping network Home Shopping Club (now HSN).
Rodeo Drive(1990 - 1990)
A Lifetime game show that pitted three contestants against each other in a game based on the street of the same name. Hosted by Louise DuArt.
The Bertice Berry Show(1993 - 1994)
Talk show hosted by Bertice Berry
The Les Brown Show(1993 - 1994)
Talk show hosted by Les Brown
Evening / PM Magazine(1976 - 1991)
Nightly lifestyle and newsmagazine show aired locally on Group W (Evening) and non-Group W stations (PM). the first to use the brand was KPIX in the Bay Area.