New answers tagged television
Interstitial is the name for it. Spike TV has a target audience of "dudes" into sex, partying, violence, rock, crime, sports, etc. Them creating ads filled with sex, partying, violence, rock, crime, sports, etc is only natural. It's a channel with a frat-boy mentality. They want people to not change the channel so they keep those elements in their ...
This is called a "bumper". Beyond that, I don't really get what you are asking for, but this is the answer to the question in your title.
Not sure if OP meant that Bones interlinked characters/episodes with the tv show Crossing Jordan, I wasn't aware of crossovers with CSI but maybe I missed them. Not sure if this counts but Joss Whedon's two shows Buffy and Angel were written in the same universe however at a later time Angel was moved to another television network. This is why there stopped ...
I hate to send you to a website, but there is a master list of crossover appearances maintained at Poobala. The site is physically elderly, to the extent that it uses frames, and it last had a major update in January 2012, but it is quite comprehensive. There are so many crossovers listed that it would be futility to copy them all over here. The ...
Wikipedia has some information about this. For instance, Detective John Munch from Homicide: Life on the Street (NBC) appeared in an episode of The X Files (FOX). It's rare, but it happens.
Top 50 recent answers are included