A local Bikini Bottom network. SpongeBob was seen in their building in the episode, "Model Sponge." SpongeBob auditioned here, since he believed he could no longer worked at the Krusty Krab, so he got the part, in a commercial, for a "New Sponge", which used him to clean disgusting fixtures, and almost, a toilet. Their building is large, purple, and has a satellite on top.
A channel about music and about clarinets. It was seen in the episode "The Thing." The only one who watched were SpongeBob, Squidward, and Patrick. The only program it showed was Kelpy G performing. After that there was other show playing comedy music and Patrick said "I've seen this one before."
A news program where they deliver the news to Bikini Bottom. This program typically features Breaking News events in several different episodes including "Who Bob, What Pants?" This TV station is probably, based on the episode, a semi-satellite of KNKC-TV based in New Kelp City. The News features the anchor fish Johnny, the realistic fish head, Perch Perkins, and Bob and Barbara. Perkins also works as an at-the-scene reporter.
A former show from Bikini Bottom Public Access. It was cancelled in "Tentacle-Vision," in favor of a new show, Zeus the Guitar Lord. Squidward watches this show. This show is known to be on at 5:00 a.m.
A late night talk show that was mentioned in "Porous Pockets" and "As Seen on TV." The host is a parody of David Letterman. Actor Glenn the Pink fish appeared on the show where he sang.
The Late Show
A television show mentioned by Mr. Krabs in the episode "One Krab's Trash." Mr. Krabs mentioned the show once featured a segment about zombies raising from the grave.
A talk show produced and hosted by Squidward in the episode "Tentacle-Vision." The show's crew is Squidward (the host), Patrick (the cameraman), and SpongeBob (the guy with the microphone). After everyone watches this show, they decide to do their own thing on it and the show becomes disastrous.
Several in-universe television series have appeared in the series, but their official names have not been revealed.
A possible reference to "How It's Made." It appeared in "Idiot Box" when Squidward was flipping through channels. The only known episode is showing how boxes are made. In it's brief appearance, the narrator says "It is here that the boxes reach their final stage of assembly."
Though nothing has been seen of the show, the sounds from the show have been heard. All the known content of the show is a person that is repeatedly hit on the head with a coconut. This show tends to be a comedy that Patrick loves. It was featured in the episode "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" and "The Great Snail Race" in Gary's thought cloud.
Documentary (geometry of boxes)
A television program that states different theories of cardboard boxes that appeared in "Idiot Box." It showed an old-age fish showing an equation related to boxes which ends up giving you the answer of the box on a chalkboard.
A soap opera that was seen in "Idiot Box." All that is known to occur in the show is two people giving each other boxes because they couldn't afford anything else for each other. It stars Nat Peterson and Abigail Marge. It can be seen on the Soap Opera Channel.