Note: This Article is about the seasons of the show. See the Episode Guide for individual episodes.
Season 1 - 1991Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario. Established the format that would serve the show for most of its run, including Handyman Corner and Adventures With Bill segments. The biggest difference from later seasons was Harold Green's tendency to purposely cut off Red as he tried to tell his stories.
Season 2 - 1992Edit
Season 2 consisted of 24 half-hour episodes, but the format of the show was changed to more closely resemble a traditional sitcom. This is the only season in which this occurred - according to RedGreenJrTV, the changes were ordered by the TV network, and the producers were unhappy with these changes. After the season concluded, the network canceled the show, forcing the producers to find a new network for Season 3. Consequently, this was the last season of The Red Green Show to air on CHCH-TV.
- This is the last season to air on CHCH-TV.
- The opening credits looks similar to version 2 of Season 1, and showing a bird flying at sunset.
- Red Green began addressing his wife to the viewers, that he will be coming straight home after the meeting.
- This is the last season where Red and Harold wore red suspenders, and where Red's voice was softer.
- The Lodge Meeting became a regular feature at the end of each episode, before the meeting took place during the closing credits.
- The cast was greatly expanded in this season. Most of the new cast would not return in Season 3 and beyond.
Season 3 - 1993Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes, and the only season to air on CFPL in London, Ontario, and YTV across Canada. This season marked the debut of The Experts, which remained until the end of the series. Red's voice became louder, and Red and Harold's suspenders gained a red and green color scheme. The Lodge Meeting started taking place during the closing credits, rather than before the closing credits. It was the last season to have Red and Harold's red and beige plaid shirts, which had been worn since Season 1.
Recurring Character Debuts: Buzz Sherwood
Season 4 - 1994Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on Global, and the show moved back to CHCH-TV, where the show's titling got revamped as The New Red Green Show, which remained in use until The Winter Carnival. Male Call came back to the show in this season, where Harold opens the segment by ringing a bell loudly, and saying "It's Male Call!". This season marked the debut of recurring segments, such as Midlife, and Buddy System. Red and Harold's plaid shirts gained a new look in this season.
Season 5 - 1995Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on Global. This is the last season where Handyman Corner segments took place in a workshop at Possum Lodge. This season marked the debut of The Possum Lodge Word Game.
Season 6 - 1996Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on Global. This was the last season of The Red Green Show to air on Global, and to be produced at CHCH-TV, before CBC picked up The Red Green Show in 1997 for the show's seventh season.
Season Highlights Edit
- This season had a short-lived segment called Possum 911, a parody of Rescue 911, which aired on CBS from 1989 to 1996.
- This is the last season to have the 1991 S&S Productions logo.
- This is also the last season to air on Global.
- Handyman Corner segments started taking place outdoors, which remained in use until the end of the series.
- In The Possum Lodge Word Game, Harold (and later other characters) began saying the word out loud, in addition to showing it to the audience. This was in response to feedback from a blind viewer.
Season 7 - 1997Edit
Consisted of 17 half-hour episodes, and the show moved to CBC, which was the the last season to use the show's title The New Red Green Show. The main advantage of this change of affiliation was that the show was produced in a larger soundstage, allowing for larger studio audiences than previous seasons. Red's beard gained a whitish gray color scheme starting with this season, while Red and Harold's plaid shirts gained a new look. This season introduced a new segment called If It Ain't Broke, You're Not Trying.
Season 8 - 1998Edit
Consisted of 14 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. The title of the show was reverted back to The Red Green Show, while Red and Harold's plaid shirts gained a new look. Their khaki pants became lighter, and the last season where Harold appeared in the lodge.
Recurring Character Debuts: Ed Frid
Season 9 - 1999Edit
Consisted of 17 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. Harold Green began wearing colorful clothes. This is the first season in which Bill Smith does not appear onscreen. His segments were also given over to other characters, most notably Walter.
Season 10 - 2000Edit
Consisted of 18 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. The only season in which neither Hap Shaughnessy nor Harold Green appear onscreen, though the latter's beaver appearance, Little Harold, continued to appear in that season's Ranger Gord's Educational Films cartoons.
Recurring Character Debuts: Dwight Cardiff
Season 11 - 2001Edit
Season 12 - 2002Edit
Consisted of 18 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. Red's plaid shirt became blue starting with this season.
Season 13 - 2003Edit
Recurring Character Debuts: Bonnie Green
Season 14 - 2004Edit
Consisted of 18 half-hour episodes airing on CBC.