666 Park Avenue is a horror/supernatural drama show that began airing in January 2012. The show is based on a novel of the same name, and focuses on a couple who moves into a Manhattan apartment building, only to discover that the building, along with the tenants inhabiting it, could be possessed by an unknown demonic force.
20/20 is an ABC News program that began broadcasting back in 1978. The news show focuses on human interest stories moreso than international and political subjects. The name is derived from the measurement used for visual accuracy, 20/20 vision.
48 Hours Mystery is a news and documentary program on CBS. It has been airing ever since 1988, and has always focused on various events that have actually happened, usually that have all happened within a 48-hour timeslot.
2 Broke Girls is a sitcom that premiered on CBS in 2011. It focuses on two roommates, Max and Caroline, who wish to climb out of financial debt. Working as waitresses, they try to raise up to $250,000 in order to accomplish their dream of starting up a cupcake business in New York.
60 Minutes is an American news television show which first aired in the 1960s and continued to run today. It pioneered many investigative journalism techniques, including the use of hidden cameras and surprise visits to interviewees. Each show typically covers three long-format news stories and undertakes its own investigations as well as continuing the investigations of other news outlets.