List of programs broadcast by Pop (U.S. TV network)

This is a list of programs formerly and currently broadcast by Pop, an American cable network previously known as Prevue Guide/Channel, TV Guide Channel/Network, and TVGN.[1][2]

Current programming

Original series

Program Year Notes
Big Brother: After Dark(2013–present)Previously aired on Showtime 2 from 2007 to 2012.[3]
Entertainment Tonight Live at/from...(2013–present)Newsmagazine's titling for red carpet coverage of awards events and movie premieres that airs on Pop.
PopSugar Now(2014–present)Daily entertainment newsmagazine from the pop culture website.[4]
Queens of Drama(2015–present)Following soap opera stars and real life drama.
Schitt's Creek(2015–present)[5]
Rock This Boat: New Kids on the Block(2015–present)A reality show starring members of New Kids on the Block.
The Story Behind(2015–present)
Sing It On(2015–present)Hour-long docu-reality series about college acapella.
Impact!(2016–present)Two-hour-long presentation of professional wrestling from the Impact Wrestling promotion.
Hollywood Darlings(2017–present)Comedy series starring Jodie Sweetin, Christine Lakin, and Beverley Mitchell.[6]
Return of the Mac(2017–present)Comedy series starring Joey McIntyre.[7]
Hot Date(2017–present)Half-hour romance-themed sketch comedy series based on the CollegeHumor web series of the same name starring Brian K. Murphy and Emily Axford.[8]

Acquired programs

Program Year Notes
Beverly Hills, 90210(2014–present)
Big Brother(2013–present)
The Bold and the Beautiful(December 2, 2013–present)same-day repeat of CBS broadcast[9]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer(2016–present)
The Brady Bunch(2016–present)
Celebrity Name Game(2015–present)
That '70s Show(2015–present)
Dawson's Creek(2016–present)
Ghost Whisperer(2016–present)
Swedish Dicks(August 2, 2017–present)
The Goldbergs(2017–present)
The Love Boat(2014–Present)
The O.C.(2016–present)
The Young and the Restless(July 1, 2013–present)same-day repeat of CBS broadcast[10][11]
The Daily Buzz(2017–present)[12]

Upcoming programs

Program Year Notes
Losing It(TBA)[13]
Untitled Elvis Duran project(TBA)[13]
Celebrity INC.(TBA)[13]
Worst Ever(TBA)[13]
The Demons of Dorian Gunn(TBA)[15]

Former programming

Original series

  • Look-a-Like (2004–2010) – Makeover program involving people wanting to look like certain celebrities.
  • InFANity (2005–2010) – One-hour program devoted to a detailed history and interviews with stars of one primetime series. Hosted by Lisa Joyner.
  • Sushi TV (2005-2007) - a comedy clip show showing obscure moments from Japanese game shows, such as bizarre eating contests, physical challenges or people's scary and interesting talents.
  • Idol Chat & Idol Tonight (2006–2009) – Official discussion of the week's events on American Idol. Hosted by Kimberly Caldwell and Justin Guarini (Rosanna Tavarez was a former co-host from 2006–2008, and Manny Streetz was a guest correspondent in 2007)
  • Reality Chat (2006–2009) – Discussion show about reality television. Hosted by Rosanna Tavarez and Sadie Murray (Kimberly Caldwell was a former co-host from 2006–2008)
  • Square-Off (2006–2007) – A weekly series presenting news and views about television. Included are panel discussions of TV issues.
  • The Fashion Team (2006–2011) Hosted by Lawrence Zarian, is a 30-minute weekly series that focuses on red carpet styles and beauty secrets. The show will also give fans a peek inside celebrities' closets and the hottest boutiques.
  • TV Watercooler (2006–2009) – A weekly recap of TV's noteworthy shows and moments. Hosted by John Fugelsang and Teresa Strasser (Debra Wilson was a former co-host in 2006)
  • America's Next Producer (2007) – Competition series where the winner received a $100,000 prize and development deal with TVGC.
  • Making News: Texas Style (2007–2008) – Follows news anchors at TV stations in the state of Texas. During the first season, the anchors of Odessa, Texas, CBS affiliate KOSA were featured (some episodes also featured an anchor at the market's NBC affiliate, KWES). The second season followed anchors at the duopoly of WJCL and WTGS, the ABC and Fox affiliates (respectively) in Savannah, Georgia, as well as long-dominant CBS affiliate WTOC and NBC affiliate WSAV, from time to time. The second season was called Making News: Savannah Style.
  • Celebrity Says! (2008) – Man on the street game show where interviewees attempted to guess what a celebrity said during a red carpet interview. Hosted by Dave Holmes.
  • Hollywood 411 (2008–2011) – Entertainment newsmagazine program hosted by Chris Harrison; varied over the years between a daily and weekly presentation.
  • Hollywood 411 on Set (2009) – Set visits and behind-the-scenes info on the latest movies, profiling three each show.
  • FashioNation (2011) – Matthew Hoffman hosts a comedic take on celebrity fashion. Segments include "Who Shot My Collie?" and a "shoe-off." Also: Paulina Porizkova gives tips on posing for the red carpet.
  • Hollywood Girls Night (2011–12) – Female celebrities gather for casual dinner parties, where they gossip and share personal stories.
  • Celebrity Style Story (2012) – The evolution of a celebrity's style is chronicled in this series.
  • Nail Files (2011) – Original reality series about the owner of a Los Angeles nail salon.
  • Standup in Stilettos (2012) – Half-hour series which features 3 female comedians in front of a live studio audience. Hosted by Kate Flannery
  • Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On (2012) - Original reality series about the personal lives of 1990s female pop trio Wilson Phillips.
  • Mother of All Talent (October 22, 2013)
  • Tequila Sisters (December 10, 2013)
  • The Sorrentinos (July 15, 2014) – Half hour reality series which features Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino and his family.

Acquired programs

Interstitial programs during scrolling listings

  • The Big Picture (1996–1998)
  • FamilyVue (1995–1998)
  • Holiday Spotlight (1994)
  • Intervue (1995–1998)
  • Movievue (1988–1998)
  • Network Spotlight (1988–1998)
  • Prevue Family (1998–1999)
  • Prevue News and Weather (1998–1999)
  • Prevue Revue (1998–1999)
  • Prevue Sports (1998–1999)
  • Prevue This (1998–1999)
  • Prevue Tonight (1988–1998)
  • Prevue TV (1998–1999)
  • ReelTalk (1988–1998)
  • Sportscope (1988–1998)
  • TV Guide 4-Star Movies (1999–2000)
  • TV Guide Family Finds (1999–2002)
  • TV Guide Insider (1999–2002)
  • TV Guide Movie Close-Up (1999–2001)
  • TV Guide Movie Profile (1999–2000)
  • TV Guide Music News (2000–2003)
  • TV Guide Newsbrief (1999–2000)
  • TV Guide Pay-Per-View Close-Up (1999–2000)
  • TV Guide Quick Flicks (2000–2002)
  • TV Guide Sportsview (1999–2002)
  • TV Guide TV Close-Up (1999–2001)
  • TV Guide Weather (segment version, 1999-2000; ticker version, 1999–2015)
  • TV Guide – The Screening Room (2001–2004)
  • TV Guide – 90 Second Life Story (2001–2004)
  • WWE Free for All (1996–1998)


  3. Ng, Philiana (29 May 2013). "'Big Brother: After Dark' Moves From Showtime to TVGN". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 11 June 2013.
  4. Goodson, Molly (13 January 2014). "Watch POPSUGAR on TV — Our New Show Launches Tonight on TVGN!". PopSugar. Retrieved 16 May 2014.
  6. "Hollywood Darlings". Pop TV. Retrieved April 21, 2017.
  7. "Return of the Mac". Pop TV. Retrieved April 21, 2017.
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  9. Kondolojy, Amanda (November 21, 2013). "'The Bold and the Beautiful' Makes its Cable Debut on TVGN Starting Monday, December 2". Retrieved November 24, 2013.
  10. O'Connell, Michael. "'The Young and the Restless' Moves From Soapnet to TV Guide Network". Retrieved April 3, 2013\date=June 28, 2013. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  11. Bibel, Sara (June 28, 2013). "'The Young & the Restless' Moves to TVGN for Exclusive Basic Cable Airings Beginning Monday, July 1". Retrieved June 10, 2013.
  12. "The Daily Buzz Returns on CBS-owned POP". KEF Media.
  13. 1 2 3 4 Andreeva, Nellie (January 9, 2015). "Pop Announces Projects With John Stamos & Elvis Duran, Touts Rebrand – TCA". Deadline. Retrieved 14 January 2017.
  14. Gerard, Jeremy (April 13, 2017). "Pop Picks Up New Series 'Clique', 'Hot Date' & 'Swedish Dicks'; Adds 'ER' Reruns, Sets Development Slate – Upfront". Deadline. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  15. Hipes, Patrick (December 6, 2017). "Pop Orders Supernatural Comedy Pilot 'The Demons Of Dorian Gunn' From Krysten Ritter & Jax Media". Deadline. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
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