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 the opening, a Possum Lodge escapade as related by Red, Handyman Corner and Adventures With Bill. 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
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on CHCH-TV. This was the last season of The Red Green Show to air on CHCH-TV, the format was changed to something resembling a sitcom, with a larger cast of characters most of whom would not be seen in subsequent seasons and ongoing plots played out onscreen. This season marks the debut of the Lodge Meeting at the end of every episode.
Season 3 - 1993Edit
Recurring Character Debuts: Buzz Sherwood
Season 4 - 1994Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on Global. This was the first season of The Red Green Show to air on Global, in which the show was retitled The New Red Green Show in order to differentiate the new episodes from the first three seasons, which were still being reran at the time.
Season 5 - 1995Edit
Consisted of 24 half-hour episodes airing on Global.
Season 6 - 1996Edit
Season 7 - 1997Edit
Consisted of 17 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. This was the first season of The Red Green Show to air on CBC, and 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.
Season 8 - 1998Edit
Recurring Character Debuts: Ed Frid
Season 9 - 1999Edit
Consisted of 17 half-hour episodes airing on CBC. Harold Green's role was reduced to guest appearances, resulting in his show introduction was removed, and his other regular segments parceled out to other characters. This is the first season, in which Bill Smith does not appear on screen, and he will remain in use until 2003. 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 Harold Green does not appear onscreen, due to his 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
Season 13 - 2003Edit
Recurring Character Debuts: Bonnie Green
Season 14 - 2004Edit
Consisted of 18 half-hour episodes airing on CBC.