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While the Peacock Network may not always pull the big ratings of the other networks, its online programming ranks first amongst our panel. Though the other networks have caught up since the voting period, NBC set the precedent. From new favorites like "Chuck," "30 Rock," and "Friday Night Lights" to classics like "ER," "Quantum Leap," and "The A-Team" (thanks to its partnership with Universal), NBC delivers over 570 full episodes and counting. NBC also offers clips from its late night talk shows and an extensive collection from "Saturday Night Live." From 1975 to today, you can check out skits by cast members like Dan Akroyd, Lily Tomlin, Eddie Murphy, Tina Fey, Mike Meyers, Gilda Radner, Adam Sandler, Jim Belushi, Will Ferrell, Bill Murray, and Chris Rock as well as current bits and original online content like backstage pieces and promos.
After 20,000 votes, the Audience Favorite was (somewhat ironically) FOX with 53% of the votes.
As a network, the FOX Broadcasting Company is young. But since its debut in the Fall of 1986, it has consistently been a programming force to reckon with. It's also become notorious for airing promising TV shows and canceling them seemingly hastily, especially sci-fi programs, and earning the ire of viewers. If you include shows that have been produced by FOX but aired on other channels, you can watch full episodes of "Remington Steele," "St. Elsewhere," "Doogie Howser, M.D.," "The Bob Newhart Show," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," "Bones," "Roswell," and "Dollhouse" to name a few, plus over 4,500 clips.
NBC and FOX were the only two nominees in this category.