History Creator / TBS

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* '''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''



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* '''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''
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!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS include (Ongoing shows marked in bold):

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!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS include (Ongoing (ongoing shows marked in bold):



* ''''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'''' (performed a ChannelHop from Creator/{{Fox}})
* ''''Series/AngieTribeca''''

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* ''''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'''' '''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''' (performed a ChannelHop from Creator/{{Fox}})
* ''''Series/AngieTribeca'''''''Series/AngieTribeca'''



* ''''Series/{{Conan}}''''

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* ''''Series/{{Conan}}'''''''Series/{{Conan}}'''



* ''''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]''''

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* ''''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''''''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''



* ''''Series/PeopleOfEarth''''

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* ''''Series/PeopleOfEarth''''
'''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''
29th Dec '16 7:04:11 AM themisterfree
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* '''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''' (Originally on Creator/{{FOX}})
* '''Series/AngieTribeca'''

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* '''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''' (Originally on Creator/{{FOX}})
''''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'''' (performed a ChannelHop from Creator/{{Fox}})
* '''Series/AngieTribeca'''''''Series/AngieTribeca''''



* '''Series/{{Conan}}'''
* ''Series/CougarTown'' (Originally aired on Creator/{{ABC}})
* '''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''

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* '''Series/{{Conan}}'''
''''Series/{{Conan}}''''
* ''Series/CougarTown'' (Originally aired on ([[ChannelHop Channel Hopped]] from Creator/{{ABC}})
* '''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''''''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]''''



* '''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''

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* '''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''
''''Series/PeopleOfEarth''''
18th Dec '16 12:46:15 AM jormis29
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* '''Series/PeopleOfEarth'''
21st Nov '16 9:17:59 AM MarcoPolo250
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!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS include:

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!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS include:
include (Ongoing shows marked in bold):
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* ''Series/Starcade''

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* ''Series/Starcade''''Series/{{Starcade}}''
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Back in the 1990s, most TV watchers [[FanNickname referred to TBS as "The Beastmaster Station"]] because of [[AdoredByTheNetwork its frequent showing]] of the film ''Film/TheBeastmaster''. The channel was "[[Wrestling/DustyRhodes the Mothership]]" of Wrestling/{{WCW}} and its antecedent promotions (GCW, CWG, Mid-Atlantic/Jim Crockett) from basically the national launch until the premiere of ''[[Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro Monday Nitro]]'' in 1995. Afterwards, ''Thunder'', the much-loathed B-show, aired on TBS.

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Back in the 1990s, most TV watchers [[FanNickname referred to TBS as "The Beastmaster Station"]] because of [[AdoredByTheNetwork its frequent showing]] of the film ''Film/TheBeastmaster''. The channel was "[[Wrestling/DustyRhodes the Mothership]]" of Wrestling/{{WCW}} and its antecedent promotions (GCW, CWG, Mid-Atlantic/Jim Crockett) from basically the national launch until the premiere of ''[[Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro Monday Nitro]]'' in 1995. Afterwards, ''Thunder'', the much-loathed B-show, aired on TBS.



Not to be confused with Creator/TokyoBroadcastingSystem, which is known for airing many {{anime}} series.

!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS includes:

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Not to be confused with the Creator/TokyoBroadcastingSystem, which is known for airing many {{anime}} series.

!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS includes:
include:



* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' (Originally on Creator/{{FOX}})
* ''Series/AngieTribeca''

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs''
* '''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'''
(Originally on Creator/{{FOX}})
* ''Series/AngieTribeca'''''Series/AngieTribeca'''
* ''The Creator/BillEngvall Show''
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''



* ''Series/{{Conan}}''

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* ''Series/{{Conan}}'''''Series/{{Conan}}'''



* ''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]''

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* ''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]'''



* ''Series/Starcade''



* ''Series/TrustMeImAGameShowHost''




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** ''For Better or Worse'' (Seasons 1 & 2)
* ''Wrestling/WCWMondayNitro''
* ''Series/YourFamilyOrMine''
21st Nov '16 9:03:49 AM MarcoPolo250
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!!First-run and Original programming seen on TBS includes:

%%For shows without pages, please make one if you know anything about it. It's a great contribution to the wiki!

[[index]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' (Originally on Creator/{{FOX}})
* ''Series/AngieTribeca''
* ''WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet''
* ''[[Music/CeeLoGreen CeeLo Green's]] The Good Life''
* ''Series/{{Conan}}''
* ''Series/CougarTown'' (Originally aired on Creator/{{ABC}})
* ''[[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eLeague]]''
* ''Series/GroundFloor''
* ''Series/KingOfTheNerds''
* ''Series/MenAtWork''
* ''Series/MyBoys''
* ''WesternAnimation/NeighborsFromHell''
* ''The Creator/PeteHolmes Show''
* ''Franchise/RipleysBelieveItOrNot'' (2003 series)
* ''Series/SullivanAndSon''
* ''WesternAnimation/SwatKats''
* ''[[Creator/TylerPerry Tyler Perry]]'s House of Payne''
** ''Meet the Browns''
7th Apr '16 6:22:12 PM themisterfree
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It's secret weapon was "Turner Time", scheduling programs 5 minutes after the top of the (half) hour in order to make sure viewers would miss the beginnings of other channels' fare and thus be resigned to stay with TBS for another show. It would also get it's own listings in TV Guide back when that was still a big thing, hence attracting more attention. Up until the 2004 format change, it was, befitting the genesis of the network, a grab bag of older movies, off-network reruns, Turner-owned cartoons from Creator/HannaBarbera, MGM and WB, the occasional Creator/{{CNN}}-produced news update in between programs, Atlanta sportscasts, and the ''National Geographic Explorer'' series. Starting in the mid-80s, some low-budget original sitcoms, game shows and movies like ''GameShow/{{Starcade}}'' began creeping their way in. Also during this time, the national feed carried one of the few American {{Teletext}} services, ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electra_(teletext) Electra]]'', which was a joint venture between TBS, Zenith Electronics (who made Teletext-capable TV sets) and Taft Broadcasting (who programmed the service).

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It's secret weapon was "Turner Time", scheduling programs 5 minutes after the top of the (half) hour in order to make sure viewers would miss the beginnings of other channels' fare and thus be resigned to stay with TBS for another show. It would also get it's own listings in TV Guide back when that was still a big thing, hence attracting more attention. Up until the 2004 format change, it was, befitting the genesis of the network, a grab bag of older movies, off-network reruns, Turner-owned cartoons from Creator/HannaBarbera, MGM and WB, the occasional Creator/{{CNN}}-produced news update in between programs, Atlanta sportscasts, and the ''National Geographic Explorer'' series. Starting in the mid-80s, some low-budget original sitcoms, game shows and movies like ''GameShow/{{Starcade}}'' ''Series/{{Starcade}}'' began creeping their way in. Also during this time, the national feed carried one of the few American {{Teletext}} services, ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electra_(teletext) Electra]]'', which was a joint venture between TBS, Zenith Electronics (who made Teletext-capable TV sets) and Taft Broadcasting (who programmed the service).
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It's secret weapon was "Turner Time", scheduling programs 5 minutes after the top of the (half) hour in order to make sure viewers would miss the beginnings of other channels' fare and thus be resigned to stay with TBS for another show. It would also get it's own listings in TV Guide back when that was still a big thing, hence attracting more attention. Up until the 2004 format change, it was, befitting the genesis of the network, a grab bag of older movies, off-network reruns, Turner-owned cartoons from Creator/HannaBarbera, MGM and WB, the occasional Creator/{{CNN}}-produced news update in between programs, Atlanta sportscasts, and the ''National Geographic Explorer'' series. Starting in the mid-80s, some low-budget original sitcoms, game shows and movies like ''GameShow/{{Starcade}}'' began creeping their way in. Also during this time, the national feed carried one of the few American teletext services, ''Electra'', which was a joint venture between TBS, Zenith Electronics (who made Teletext-capable TV sets) and Taft Broadcasting (who programmed the service).

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It's secret weapon was "Turner Time", scheduling programs 5 minutes after the top of the (half) hour in order to make sure viewers would miss the beginnings of other channels' fare and thus be resigned to stay with TBS for another show. It would also get it's own listings in TV Guide back when that was still a big thing, hence attracting more attention. Up until the 2004 format change, it was, befitting the genesis of the network, a grab bag of older movies, off-network reruns, Turner-owned cartoons from Creator/HannaBarbera, MGM and WB, the occasional Creator/{{CNN}}-produced news update in between programs, Atlanta sportscasts, and the ''National Geographic Explorer'' series. Starting in the mid-80s, some low-budget original sitcoms, game shows and movies like ''GameShow/{{Starcade}}'' began creeping their way in. Also during this time, the national feed carried one of the few American teletext {{Teletext}} services, ''Electra'', ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electra_(teletext) Electra]]'', which was a joint venture between TBS, Zenith Electronics (who made Teletext-capable TV sets) and Taft Broadcasting (who programmed the service).
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