Most new seasons of TV shows begin in either spring or autumn. However, seasons of shows can begin at any point during the year, with many shows airing over the summer.
The television season begins in September and ends at the beginning of summer, as of June 2015. However, season premiere dates vary depending on the show and the television network. Certain shows begin their seasons in January or in the summer.
As of Dec. 8, 2015, some of the most popular TV shows include "The Big Bang Theory," "The Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones." Other popular TV shows include "Seinfeld" and "The Wire."
A typical season for a television show season lasts 22 weeks with 22 episodes. However, some shows may only have 13 weeks per season, airing 13 episodes in the fall and 13 in the spring, instead of filling one season with reruns.
There are many cooking shows on TV including "Hell's Kitchen" on Fox, "The Chew" on ABC and "Iron Chef America" on The Food Network. The Cooking Channel by The Food Network only shows cooking shows. Gordon Ramsay has made over $38 million dollars through his television shows, as of 2015.
"Taste The Islands with Chef Irie," "Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu" and "New Scandinavian Cooking" are some of the cooking shows that Create TV broadcasts. Previews of these shows can be watched free of charge on the Create TV website.
Season 3 of "Episodes" premiered on Jan. 12, 2014. This nine-episode season of the Showtime sitcom ran weekly until March 16, 2014. "Episodes" stars Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig.
Find out what new TV shows are scheduled through the websites of TVGuide.com and TVLine.com. These websites provide the weekly schedule for the newest television shows on different major channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX.
Examples of adult television shows include "Californication," "Shameless," "Weeds," "Mad Men" and "Dexter." "Californiacation" is one of the most loved adult TV shows as of 2015.
Some classic TV shows include "I Love Lucy," "The Honeymooners" and "The Price Is Right." Other TV shows considered classic include "Seinfeld," "The Sopranos," "The Simpsons" and "Saturday Night Live."