List of Programs Broadcast By The WB

List Of Programs Broadcast By The WB

The following is a list of programs broadcast by The WB Television Network. Some programs carried over into the merged CW Network in September 2006 following the closure of the network. Programs that are listed in bold currently air on The CW Television Network.

Note: This list includes only primetime programs. For children's programming, see List of programs broadcast by Kids' WB.

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