The 2014–15 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers primetime hours from September 2014 to August 2015. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2013–14 season.
NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule on May 11, 2014, followed by Fox on May 12, 2014,ABC on May 13, 2014,CBS on May 14, 2014 and The CW on May 15, 2014.
PBS is not included; member stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. Ion Television and MyNetworkTV are also not included since the majority of both networks' schedules comprise syndicated reruns (with limited original programming on the former). The CW is not included on weekends, when it does not offer network programming.
New series are highlighted in bold.
All times are U.S. Eastern and Pacific time (except for some live events or specials). Subtract one hour for Central and Mountain times.
Each of the 30 highest-rated shows is listed with its rank and rating as determined by Nielsen Media Research.
- Light blue indicates Local Programming.
- Gray indicates Encore Programming.
- Light green indicates live sporting events.
- Light purple indicates movies.
- Red indicates series being burned off and other irregularly scheduled programs, including specials.
- Yellow indicates the top-10 most watched programs of the season
- Cyan indicates the top-20 most watched programs of the season
- Magenta indicates the top-30 most watched programs of the season
2. Unfavourable balance/overdraft balance
(a) Credit balance as per cash book (i.e. overdraft) is given and the balance
as per pass book is to be ascertained. (b) Debit balance as per pass book (i.e. overdraft) is given and the balance
as per cash book is to be ascertained. The following steps are taken to prepare the bank reconciliation statement:
(i) Favourable balances:
When debit balance as per cash book or credit
balance as per pass book is given: (a) Take balance as a starting point say Balance as per Cash Book. (b) Add all transactions that have resulted in increasing the balance
of the pass book. (c) Deduct all transactions that have resulted in decreasing the
balance of pass book. (d) Extract the net balance shown by the statement which should be
the same as shown in the pass book. In case balance as per pass book is taken as starting point all transactions
that have resulted in increasing the balance of the Cash book will be added
and all transactions that have resulted in decreasing the balance of Cash
book will be deducted. Now extract the net balance shown by the statement
which should be the same as per the Cash book. (ii) Unfavourable Balance/Overdraft: Sometimes a businessman withdraws excess amount from the bank account
and the closing bank balance of a month is a debit balance. This balance
amount is called ‘overdraft balance’ as per Pass Book. This is shown in
the cash book as a credit balance.
Overdraft balance is to be shown in the minus column of statement as the starting point. The other steps shall remain the same as mentioned above. The following illustration helps to understand dealing with the unfavourable balance as per cash book and pass book.
On December 31, 2013, the cash book of the M/s. X shows the credit balance Rs.6, 500. Cheques amounting to Rs.3, 500 deposited into bank but were not collected by the bank. Firm issued cheques of Rs. 1,000 which were not presented for payment. There was a debit in the pass book of Rs.200 for interest and Rs.400 for bank charges. Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement.
Solution: Bank Reconciliation of M/s. X as on 31
Plus (Amount)Minus (Amount)Overdraft as per cash book
1. Cheque issued but not presented for payment 2. Cheque deposited but not credited by bank 3. Bank charges and Interest charged
Overdraft as per pass book
Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement of M/s. X on 31
Dec, 2013, from the
following information: Overdraft as per pass book 16,500