2008–09 United States network television schedule (Saturday morning)
This was the United States broadcast television schedule on the five commercial television networks airing entertainment programming on Saturday mornings for the season beginning in the fall of 2008 and ending in the spring of 2009. All times are Eastern and Pacific.
On The CW, The CW4Kids debuted on September 13, 2008, replacing the Kids' WB! block; as a result of the debut, Kids WB will continued to be Web-only website, while on Fox, 4Kids TV shuts down on December 27, 2008 to make room for Weekend Marketplace; 4Kids Entertainment took control, leased and transferred the block on former following the launch of the informercial block on the latter network.
New series in bold.
Fall 2008[edit | edit source]
Spring 2009[edit | edit source]
Note: The FOX Network stopped programming Saturday mornings and discontinued airing children's programs for good effective on January 3, 2009. To this day, the local affiliates air syndicated programs or paid programming instead.
|8:00 AM||8:30 AM||9:00 AM||9:30 AM||10:00 AM||10:30 AM||11:00 AM||11:30 AM||12:00 PM||12:30 PM|
|Good Morning America Sunday||The Emperor's New School||The Replacements||That's So Raven||Hannah Montana||The Suite Life of Zack & Cody||Power Rangers RPM|
|The Early Show (from 7:00 AM)||Cake||Horseland||DinoSquad||Sushi Pack||Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-lot||Noonbory and the Super Seven||Local programming|
|GoGoRiki||TMNT: Back to the Sewer||Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's||Huntik: Secrets & Seekers||Chaotic: M'arillian Invasion||Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight||Local programming|
||Local programming||Local programming||Weekend Marketplace||Local programming|
|Weekend Today (from 7:00 AM)||Local programming||Jane and the Dragon||The Zula Patrol||3-2-1 Penguins!||VeggieTales||Turbo Dogs||My Friend Rabbit|
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Saturday Morning 2008 Grid (USA)". The Tv Iv. 2010-12-24. Retrieved 2016-01-11.
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