First, let's get you in the mood with this classic WB promo from 2000.
Now, let's begin:
SavannahVia Warner Bros.The Jamie Foxx ShowVia Warner Bros.The Steve Harvey ShowVia Warner Bros.The Wayans Bros.Via Warner Bros.
Before they Reverse Dolezaled in White Chicks, Shawn and Marlon Wayans had their own WB sitcom, which was the network's very first show.
Gilmore GirlsVia Warner Bros.FelicityVia Disney-ABCRoswellVia 20th TelevisionSabrina, the Teenage WitchVia CBS Television
It aired following episodes of Gilmore Girls' second season.
No, it debuted on FOXNo, it debuted on ABCNo, it debuted on the Disney ChannelYes
Sister, Sister was canceled by ABC after its second season and picked up by The WB by its third.
Season 2Season 3Season 4Season 5
Season four of Buffy debuted October 5, 1999 and featured the classic episodes "Hush" and "Restless."
Zoe...Still Zoe, Duncan, Jack, and Jane
While 1999's Zoe, Duncan, Jack, and Jane was retooled as Zoe... for its second season, that second season didn't air until a year after its first season. Jack & Jill debuted in the fall of 1999.
One Tree HillVia Warner Bros.SummerlandVia CBS TelevisionPopularVia Warner Bros.EverwoodVia Warner Bros.
Ryan Murphy's teen dramedy Popular lasted just one season longer than Grosse Pointe.
AngelVia 20th TelevisionRoswellVia 20th TelevisionBuffy the Vampire SlayerVia 20th Television
The WB was obligated to pick up Angel if it was canceled while Buffy was still on UPN. Unfortunately, Angel was canceled after Buffy's final season.
JulyJuly and SeptemberAugustAugust and September
Two episodes, "Earshot" and "Graduation Day, Part 2" were pre-empted by The WB. "Graduation Day, Part 2" finally aired July 13, 1999 and "Earshot" aired September 21, 1999.
RebaVia 20th TelevisionDawson's CreekVia Sony PicturesDead LastVia Warner Bros.7th HeavenVia CBS Television
Though, I guess, the kids' ability to speak in words they'd never learn in high school was kind of a superpower.
Supernatural was only on The WB for one season before the network became The CW.
Jack kissed Ethan in the Dawson's Creek third season finale. Weeks earlier, Willow admitted to her best friend Buffy that she was seeing a woman, Tara.
EverwoodVia Warner Bros.Gilmore GirlsVia Warner Bros.RoswellVia 20th TelevisionThe Steve Harvey ShowVia Warner Bros.
7th Heaven cycled through a lot of Monday night companion shows like Buffy and Roswell, but it wasn't until Everwood that a match was made.
Charmed wasn't moved to Sunday nights until season 5, Rose McGowan's second season.
O-TownVia Sony BMGScene 23Via London-SireDreamVia Bad Boy
Scene 23, which featured future actor Josh Henderson, was the second season's band.
Yes, in the series premiereYes, in the first season finaleNo, not until it's series finale on UPN
After "Here with Me" played in the first season finale, Dido's record sales dramatically increased.
The Charmed series finaleVia CBS TelevisionThe Buffy 2-part pilot episodeVia 20th TelevisionThe Dawson's Creek pilot episodeVia SonyThe third season finale of "One Tree Hill"Via Warner Bros
It was Dawson's Creek! The final nationally broadcast program on The WB was The Night of Favorites and Farewells, which aired on September 17, 2006. The network re-aired the pilots of Felicity, Angel, Buffy, and Dawson's Creek, in that order.