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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Spring Awakening

Amaro's recklessness once again makes him the target on Internal Affairs, and he has no choice but to face the consequences. A rape investigation leads a suspect to Sergeant Benson who may change her life forever.

Mike & Molly Molly Unleashed

When Molly finds herself at a crossroads with her career, she makes a huge decision.

Mike & Molly No Kay Morale

When a despondent Kay returns to town, Peggy is thrilled to welcome her back to coexist in her mundane existence. However, Molly is determined to find a way to restore Kay's joie de vivre. Also, Mike and Carl work crowd control at a rally.

2 Broke Girls And the Fun Factory

Max and Caroline select a factory to produce their cupcake T-shirts but become suspicious of the work conditions there due to their overly-enthusiastic employees.

2 Broke Girls And the Duck Stamp

Max and Caroline’s dessert bar business booms when they hire Clint, a popular bartender. Also, Han enters a duck stamp-drawing contest and glamour eludes Sophie as she adjusts to being a mom.

Schitt's Creek Grad Night

Johnny and Stevie celebrate their first fully booked motel; David goes on a date with Patrick.

The King of Queens Switch Sitters

In need of some alone time, Carrie and Doug ask Deacon and Kelly to take Arthur out.

Family Guy Amish Guy

On the return from an adventurous day at an amusement park, the Griffins' car breaks down in Amish country and they are stranded with no way out.

Family Guy Dog Bites Bear

Stewie and Brian get into a friendship-ending fight after Brian commits a terrible act to one of Stewie's beloved toys. Meanwhile, Peter refuses to wash his hand after meeting his favourite breakfast cereal mascot, Boo Berry.

Bob's Burgers L'il Hard Dad

Bob becomes obsessed with his new automatic helicopter. When it falls apart for no reason, he enters into a battle with the manufacturer in order to receive a refund. Gene assists Bob in his quest, but things quickly get out of hand and end in a battle.

Bob's Burgers Adventures in Chinchilla-sitting

Bob and Linda head out on the town for a date but to Linda's dismay, Bob's idea of romance proves 'trivial.' Meanwhile, a wild chinchilla chase ensues after the school pet that Louis was charged with watching escapes out the front door.

Impractical Jokers Bull Shiatsu

Sal, Joe, Murr and Q try to hold it together as receptionists checking in some strange characters. Later, they offer up odd rewards to helpful strangers, and the big loser gets the stuffing squished out of him at the mall.

Storage Wars Locker Mountain High

The auctions begin in Upland, California, but Dan and Laura take the buyers on a wild ride to finish out the day. Ivy ends up with an eyeful, and Mary buys early in hopes of treasure.

The Balancing Act Broadway and Bistro

Amber Milt makes her Broadway debut behind the scenes of Chicago The Musical. In the Kitchen with Chef Stuart O'Keeffe, a taste of the Mediterranean.

The Balancing Act Behind the Mystery: Rare Disease Special

Behind the mystery of Pompe Disease--what you need to know; learning more about Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma.

Scene of the Crime The Venomous Veterinarian New

Police uncover a murder plot when a decorated military man disappears.

Forensic Justice The Unscrupulous Judges New

Two Pennsylvania judges abuse their power to unjustly throw thousands of kids into juvenile detention centres in exchange for millions of kickbacks. Plus, Olympian Marion Jones is accused of doping.

Funny You Should AskNew

Guest stars include Jon Lovitz, Raven-Symoné, Louie Anderson, Byron Allen, Jodi Miller, and Maz Jobrani.

Funny You Should AskNew

Guest stars include Jon Lovitz, Sheryl Underwood, Louie Anderson, Bill Bellamy, Caroline Rhea, and Tom Arnold.

The Doctors Tushy Trend Turning Heads; Hope for Young Woman With Extreme Scoliosis

Dr. Joubert and Dr. Chutkan discuss the tushy trend that's turning heads. Dr. Melamed treats a young woman with scoliosis. The doctors answer COVID questions. Dr. Minaya talks about going braless. Sarah Murphy demonstrates weighted hula hooping.

Lauren Lake's Paternity Court Amos v Johnson Jr (Part 2)

A paternity bombshell is dropped when an Arkansas woman brings her ex-boyfriend to court to prove that he is the biological father of her two-month-old daughter.

Judge Mathis

A woman planned a bachelorette party for her twin sister, but while getting ready, she passed out and went to the hospital. She is suing her twin, who agreed to split the medial bills, but never paid.

Relative JusticeNew

Judge Rhonda digs through the mud when cousins feud over a 4-wheeler that was shredded in the woods.

Relative Justice

A round trip ticket from Japan to attend a family funeral flies two cousins into Judge Rhonda's courtroom.

The People's CourtNew

Segments include 'Blowing Off a Former Tenant' and 'Case of Losing it on a Neighbour.'

Judge MathisNew

A man dated the defendant, and says while they were on a cruise, she attacked him and stole his wallet. He’s suing her for emotional distress and breach of contract.

Hot Bench Revenge Best Served Cold?

A restaurant manager is accused of hostility, harassment, and wrongful termination after he dates an employee twenty years his junior.

Hot Bench Dirty Old Man or Gold Digger Girl?!

An eldery man loans grocery clerk money after her wins the lottery, however the clerk says that the man then made romantic advances towards her.

Family Feud

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family Feud

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family FeudNew

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family FeudNew

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Penn & Teller: Fool Us Monkeys, Donuts and X-Men New

The magicians featured in the episode include Anchal Kumawat, Mark Doetsch, Michael O’Brien and Adrian Cárratalá.

Nancy Drew The Testimony of the Executed Man New

On the trail of the Frozen Hearts Killer, Nancy and her friends follow a surprising lead from a podcaster at an annual convention for amateur sleuths where they also find themselves unraveling ghostly clues about a homicide from the 1950s.

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WPSG

CW television station in Philadelphia

Television station in Pennsylvania, United States

WPSG, virtual channel 57 (UHFdigital channel 33), is a CWowned-and-operatedtelevision stationlicensed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Owned by the CBS Television Stations subsidiary of ViacomCBS, it is part of a duopoly with CBS owned-and-operated station KYW-TV (channel 3). Both stations share studios on Hamilton Street north of Center City Philadelphia, while WPSG's transmitter is located in the city's Roxborough section.

Since ViacomCBS is the only stakeholder in The CW that owns a television station group, WPSG is considered to be the network's official East Coastflagship station, even though this position is normally assigned to a New York City station; ViacomCBS does not own a CW station in that market—the company owns WLNY-TV, which it runs as an independent station, while WPIX (owned by Mission Broadcasting and operated by Nexstar Media Group under a local marketing agreement (LMA)) is The CW's largest station by market size on the East Coast.

History[edit]

WGLV-TV (1953–1957)[edit]

The channel 57 frequency was originally assigned to Easton, Pennsylvania where it was home to WGLV-TV, a dual ABC/DuMont affiliate owned by the Easton Express newspaper, which first signed on the air June 26, 1953; it would later be affiliated to the NTA Film Network from 1956. The station struggled to get an audience mainly because it was a UHF station at a time when television manufacturers were not required to offer UHF tuners. Its fate was sealed in 1957, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) collapsed the Lehigh Valley into the Philadelphia television market. The Philadelphia stations built tall towers in the city's hilly Roxborough neighborhood, adding Easton and the rest of the Lehigh Valley to their city-grade coverage. WGLV went dark on November 1 of that year, and several years later the FCC reassigned the channel 57 allocation to Philadelphia.

Rebirth (1981–1995)[edit]

Channel 57 as a Philadelphia station first signed on the air on June 15, 1981 as WWSG-TV, named for station founder William S.Gross. The station aired business news programming from the Financial News Network during the day and subscription television programming from SelecTV at night. The station's original studio facilities were located on North 20th Street in Philadelphia. The station ultimately dropped the FNN feed when it decided to switch to a full-time subscription format eighteen months later, picking up the now-defunct PRISM pay-cable service (a forerunner to Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia) in 1983.

In March 1985, Gross sold channel 57 to Milton Grant,[1] who immediately purchased an inventory of strong programming. Many of these shows were Viacom-syndicated programs that were formerly seen on WKBS-TV (channel 48) before that station ceased operations in August 1983. On October 20, 1985, Grant relaunched channel 57 as WGBS-TV, a general entertainment independent station with a typical mix of cartoons, sitcoms, movies, dramas and sports. Westerns also aired for several hours a day on weekends. Under Grant, WGBS adopted a very slick on-air look, even by major market independent standards. The station boldly branded itself as "Philly 57", and also used CGI graphics of near-network quality. The station's announcer, Kim Martin (then an announcer at WPEN radio, now WKDN), offered bold, brash and entertaining voice-overs. WGBS' then-sister stations, WBFS-TV in Miami and WGBO-TV in Chicago, adopted a similar look.

Early on, the new channel 57 competed with Vineland, New Jersey-based WSJT (channel 65, now Univision owned-and-operated station WUVP-DT) to fill the void left by the departure of WKBS two years earlier. However, channel 65 suffered from a poor signal in the northern portion of the market. At the same time, channel 57 became the broadcast home of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, remaining the hockey team's broadcast television home until the 2008–09 season (except for a brief period from 1993 to 1998, when the Flyers aired on WPHL-TV, channel 17). Additionally, Wilmington, Delaware-based WTGI (channel 61, now Ion Television O&O WPPX-TV) signed on in the summer of 1986 as a general entertainment independent station, but its schedule was composed largely of low-budget programs. At the end of 1986, WSJT's owners, the Asbury Park Press, conceded and sold the station to the Home Shopping Network while other stations picked up some of WSJT's syndicated shows. WTGI, meanwhile, switched to a format featuring paid programming and religious programs in January 1987. By then, WGBS had clearly established itself as the third independent in Philadelphia.

WGBS prospered even in the midst of a battle for its survival—and that of its owner. Milton Grant had hoped to have his stations become regional or national superstations. In his bid to boost his stations' status, Grant wound up overpaying for programming. He soon became so badly overextended that Grant Broadcasting was forced to file for Chapter 11bankruptcy in late 1986.[2] Under the bankruptcy deal, WGBS cut back on the number of runs it had on each show causing programs to be seen at less duration. Still, in 1989, Grant Broadcasting was forced into receivership after the company failed to meet the terms of its bankruptcy agreement. Combined Broadcasting, a creditor-controlled holding company, took control of the former Grant stations. Combined put the stations up for sale in 1993, but it would be two years before Combined found a buyer, and only then in a roundabout way.

Attempted sale to Fox (1993)[edit]

Combined's first attempt to sell WGBS-TV came in August 1993, when Fox Television Stations announced that it would purchase channel 57 and make it Philadelphia's new Fox station. The deal would have left existing Fox affiliate WTXF-TV (channel 29) without an affiliation.[3] WTXF's owner, Paramount Stations Group (a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures), strongly criticized Fox's plans to pull its affiliation, fueling existing speculation that Paramount was planning to join with Chris-Craft Industries to create a new network;[3] when what eventually became the United Paramount Network (UPN) was announced that October as a joint venture of the two companies (with Paramount holding only a programming partnership until it purchased 50% of the network in 1996), WTXF was named as its Philadelphia affiliate.[4]

However, on November 19, 1993; the New York City chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) filed a formal objection to Fox's planned purchase of WGBS due to concerns about Fox's ownership structure. The NAACP contended that Fox's then-owner, News Corporation—based in Australia at the time—was the de facto parent company of Fox Television Stations' holding company, Twentieth Holdings Corporation (THC). News Corp's chairman, Rupert Murdoch, owned 76 percent of THC's stock in his own name; he had become an American citizen in 1985 so he could buy U.S. television stations. The NAACP contended that News Corp owned at least 36% of THC's stock, including all of the common stock. FCC regulations limit foreign ownership of broadcast outlets to 25 percent.[5] As FCC approval did not come before the planned January 30, 1994 completion of the deal, Combined walked away from the $57 million sale a few weeks later, preserving WTXF's Fox affiliation.[6]

Later that year, Westinghouse Broadcasting, owners of then-NBC affiliate KYW-TV, reached an agreement with CBS to switch channel 3 and two of Westinghouse's otherstations to CBS. New World Communications had recently partnered with Fox in most of the markets where the company owned stations, and emerged as a candidate to purchase CBS' longtime owned-and-operated station WCAU-TV (channel 10). Fox also entered into the bidding for WCAU just in case New World's offer either fell through or in case New World chose to affiliate WCAU with NBC. However, on August 31, 1994, Viacom (which had acquired Paramount several months earlier) announced that it would sell WTXF to Fox for over $200 million;[7] NBC and CBS then opted to make a complicated multi-market station swap which gave WCAU to NBC. Using the cash received from Fox for channel 29, Viacom then bought WGBS and its Miami sister station, WBFS-TV.[8] As soon as the deal was announced, Viacom announced that both stations would join UPN. The purchase effectively resulted in Viacom buying out its partners' stakes in Combined Broadcasting; as the owner of the majority of the programs seen on channel 57's schedule back in 1985, Viacom was one of Grant's former creditors and a part-owner of Combined. Grant had been under particularly strong pressure to repay his debt to Viacom prior to filing bankruptcy.

UPN 57 WPSG (1995–2006)[edit]

WGBS became Philadelphia's UPN station when the network launched on January 16, 1995. Soon afterward, the station began taking on the look of an O&O. The on-air branding changed to "UPN Philly 57", and finally "UPN 57", the graphics got simpler, and Martin was replaced by the more staid Larry Van Nuys. The "UPN 57" branding was kept for the remainder of the network's run, with the exception of a short-lived branding change to simply "UPN" in September 2002, when the network debuted a new logo and on-air identity. This lasted exactly one season, and by the fall of 2003, the station's branding reverted to "UPN 57". However, many Delaware Valley residents still call the station "Philly 57," a measure of how effective Grant's aggressive efforts to market the station had been.

Viacom officially became the sole owner of WGBS on August 25, 1995, the same day Fox closed on its purchase of WTXF. On December 11 of that year, Viacom changed the station's call letters to WPSG (reflecting its operation by the Paramount Stations Group subsidiary). Viacom bought CBS in 2000, creating a duopoly with KYW-TV; WPSG's operations later migrated into KYW-TV's studios at Independence Mall. That same year, Viacom also purchased Chris-Craft's 50% share of UPN for $5.5 billion,[9] this resulted in WPSG becoming UPN's largest owned-and-operated station (taking that distinction away from Secaucus, New Jersey-licensed New York City station WWOR-TV, it and Chris-Craft's other UPN stations were stripped of their statuses as O&Os due to the Viacom buyout and were eventually sold to Fox Television Stations, one of which was subsequently traded to Paramount).

In recent years, WPSG tried to reposition itself as more of a local station, using the slogan So Philly, So You! (spelled as So Philly, So U! during the waning days of its UPN run). Weekend movie marathons, usually hosted by local personalities (or KYW/WPSG staff like Sean Murphy), have become commonplace, and during the late 2000s, the station broadcast the Philadelphia version of Gimme the Mike!, a competition for aspiring singers. In recent years, WPSG has become Philadelphia's leading sports station. Since the late 1990s, it has acquired over-the-air rights to Major League Baseball's Philadelphia Phillies and the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers in addition to its long-standing coverage of the Flyers (although the majority of those teams' games are broadcast on Comcast SportsNet). Phillies games moved to WPHL in November 2008. When Viacom split into two companies in 2005, WPSG became part of the CBS Corporation, along with the rest of Viacom's broadcasting interests (the original Viacom was renamed CBS Corporation, while the company that split from CBS and acquired the company's film and most cable television assets, save for Showtime Networks, took the Viacom name).

The CW (2006–present)[edit]

On January 24, 2006, WPSG parent CBS Corporation and the Warner Bros. Television unit of Time Warner announced that the two companies would shut down UPN and The WB and merge some of their programs onto a new, jointly-owned network called The CW Television Network.[10][11] As part of the deal, the new network signed a 10-year affiliation contract with 11 of CBS' UPN stations, including WPSG. Channel 57 was the largest UPN owned-and-operated station to join the new network. However, it would not have been an upset had Philadelphia's WB station, WPHL (which joined another newly launched service called MyNetworkTV), been chosen instead. Representatives for The CW were on record as preferring The WB and UPN's "strongest" stations, and Philadelphia was one of the few markets where the affiliates of both networks were both relatively strong ratings performers.

WPSG continued to carry UPN programming until the network shut down on September 15, 2006; The CW commenced operations three days later on September 18. In a surprising move, WPSG announced in the summer of 2006 that it would revive the "Philly 57" moniker as part of the station's new branding, "CW Philly 57"–an apparent nod to that nickname being used a decade after it was first retired. However, on-air promotions refer to the station as "CW Philly". In addition, WPSG would continue to broadcast Phillies, Flyers and Sixers games, a move that had been uncertain after the station became a CW affiliate.

On April 2, 2007, WPSG and KYW-TV relocated their operations to new studios at 1555 Hamilton Street in Philadelphia, near the Community College of Philadelphia.

On December 4, 2019, CBS Corporation and Viacom remerged into ViacomCBS.[12]

Newscasts[edit]

In September 2002, KYW radio (1060 AM) and KYW-TV launched a weekday morning news program called KYW NewsRadio This Morning on WPSG. Originally anchored by KYW anchor Beth Trapani, the broadcast was essentially an embellished radio newscast with simple graphics and video borrowed from KYW-TV. Trapani was succeeded as anchor by Ed Abrams, who gave way in turn to Lesley Van Arsdall. The news program did surprisingly better than expected but the effort would eventually come to an end on May 30, 2005. The following day, a new program called Wakeupnews (with the lowercase UPN logo font within the appropriate place in the logo), produced by Traffic Pulse, premiered in the four-hour timeslot previously held by KYW NewsRadio This Morning. The newscast carried on into WPSG's affiliation with The CW, adopting new graphics on September 18, 2006 and de-emphasizing the spacing in the name which formed a reference to its former affiliation, becoming simply Wake Up News.

To compete with WPHL-TV's outsourced and WTXF-TV's in-house prime time newscasts, KYW-TV began to produce a 10:00 p.m. newscast for WPSG on February 2, 2009, titled Eyewitness News at 10 on The CW Philly. This partnership would extend into the mornings on June 29, 2009, when Wake Up News was replaced with a two-hour extension of KYW-TV's Eyewitness News This Morning. The morning newscast continued until summer 2015, when a new morning programming lineup for the station was implemented and several changes occurred within KYW, including Ukee Washington being reassigned to the weeknight anchor position following the firing of weeknight anchor Chris May and the departure of anchor Erika Von Tiehl.[13]

Technical information[edit]

Subchannels[edit]

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

WPSG shares Comet with Rival station WPHL-TV on its 4th subchannel.

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

WPSG shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 57, on June 12, 2009, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital broadcasts. The station's digital signal continued to broadcast on its pre-transition UHF channel 32.[15][16] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 57, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition.

Out-of-market coverage[edit]

Unlike WTXF and WPHL, WPSG is carried in fewer locations in central New Jersey. In early November 2012, at the request of Tribune Broadcasting's New York City CW affiliate WPIX, CW network programming seen on WPSG began to be blacked out in portions of New Jersey that are part of the New York City television market; the blackout request was lifted later that month on November 27, 2012. In Warren County, it is carried on cable in Phillipsburg. In Hunterdon and Somerset counties, WPSG is carried on Comcast (formerly Patriot Media) channel 17. WPSG, along with sister station KYW-TV and the other Philadelphia television stations, are also carried in Lambertville in Hunterdon County.

In Middlesex County, it was carried on Comcast (formerly Storer Cable) on analog channel 22 from 1985 to January 2007, when it was moved to digital cable channel 254 to "preserve bandwidth"; sister station KYW returned to the Comcast lineup on digital channel 256 after a 14-year absence in December 2007. In Monmouth and Ocean counties, WPSG is also carried on Comcast digital channel 254; Comcast added WPSG's HD feed to its Toms River and Long Beach Island lineups in Ocean County and southern Middlesex County as well as Roosevelt in Monmouth County and in Lambertville on August 22, 2012 on digital channel 911.[17]

The station is not available to Cablevision customers in Lakewood, Seaside Heights in Ocean County and southern Monmouth County, even though Cablevision carries other Philadelphia stations on these systems. Cablevision's Allentown system, in extreme western Monmouth County, carries WPSG (and other broadcast television stations from the Philadelphia and New York City markets). Comcast also carried WPSG on channel 11 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania until 2021 when the station, along with several other Philly stations, were removed by Comcast systems in that area.[18]Blue Ridge Communications carries WPSG on its Northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania system. DirecTV and Dish Network do not carry any Philadelphia stations in any area outside the Philadelphia market.

References[edit]

  1. ^"Changing Hands." Broadcasting, March 18, 1985, pg. 86
  2. ^"Grant Broadcasting goes into Chapter 11." Broadcasting, December 15, 1986, pp. 47-48. [1][2]
  3. ^ abBenson, Jim (August 19, 1993). "Fox dumps Par affil for indie". Variety. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  4. ^Flint, Joe (November 1, 1993). "It's Warner v. Paramount"(PDF). Broadcasting & Cable. pp. 1, 6. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  5. ^Wharton, Dennis (November 22, 2014). "NAACP decries Fox's TV station ownership". Variety. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  6. ^Flint, Joe (March 1, 1994). "Delay foils Fox bid for WGBS". Variety. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  7. ^Shister, Gail (September 1, 1994). "The Fox Network To Buy Channel 29". Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  8. ^"In Brief"(PDF). Broadcasting & Cable. October 17, 1994. p. 80. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  9. ^Hofmeister, Sallie (August 12, 2000). "News Corp. to Buy Chris-Craft Parent for $5.5 Billion, Outbidding Viacom". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 23, 2011.
  10. ^'Gilmore Girls' meet 'Smackdown'; CW Network to combine WB, UPN in CBS-Warner venture beginning in September, CNNMoney.com, January 24, 2006.
  11. ^UPN and WB to Combine, Forming New TV Network, The New York Times, January 24, 2006.
  12. ^https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bob-bakishs-memo-viacomcbs-staff-merger-a-historic-moment-1259584
  13. ^http://www.tvnewsday.com/articles/2009/06/03/daily.8/
  14. ^RabbitEars TV Query for WPSG
  15. ^"DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and Second Rounds"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on August 29, 2013. Retrieved March 24, 2012.
  16. ^CDBS Print
  17. ^[3]
  18. ^"Some TV Stations From Neighboring Markets Will Soon No Longer Be Available". Comcast. Retrieved June 18, 2021.

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Broadcast television in SE Pennsylvania, S New Jersey and NorthCentralDelaware, including Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, Allentown, Atlantic City, Camden, Trenton and Wilmington

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Full power
  • WDPN-TV (2.1 MeTV, 2.2 Grit, 2.3 Mystery, 2.4 H&I, 2.5 Retro, 2.6 Decades, 2.7 Local Now)
  • KYW-TV (3.1 CBS, 3.2 Start, 3.3 Dabl, 3.4 Fave)
  • WPVI-TV (6.1 ABC, 6.2 Localish, 6.3 This, 6.4 QVC)
  • WCAU (10.1 NBC, 10.2 Cozi, 10.3 Lx)
  • WHYY-TV (12.1 PBS, 12.2 Y2, 12.3 PBS Kids)
  • WPHL-TV(17.1 MNTV, 17.2 Antenna, 17.3 Court, 17.4 Comet)
  • WNJS (23.1 PBS/NJ PBS, 23.2 NHK)
  • WTXF-TV (29.1 Fox, 29.2 Movies!, 29.3 TheGrio, 29.4 Buzzr)
  • WPPT(35.1 PBS, 35.2 World)
  • WMCN-TV (44.1 ShopHQ, 44.2 [Blank], 44.3 HSN, 44.4 Jewelry TV)
  • WTVE (51.1 Infomercial, 25.2 Infomercial)
  • WPSG (57.1 CW, 57.2 Charge!, 57.3 Comet, 57.4 TBD, 57.5 Circle)
  • WPPX-TV (61.1 Ion, 61.2 Court TV, 61.3 Grit, 61.4 TrueReal, 61.5 Laff, 61.6 Defy)
  • WWSI (62.1 TMD, 62.2 TXO)
  • WUVP-DT (65.1 UNI, 65.2 Bounce, 65.3Crime)
Low Power
  • WEFG-LD (7.1 Silent)
  • WPSJ-CD (8.1 Azteca, 8.2 LATV, 8.3 SBN, 8.4 BeIN Xtra, 8.5/8.6 Ads)
  • WPHA-CD (24.1/24.2/24.3/24.4 Ads)
  • WFPA-CD (28.1 UniMás, 28.2 GetTV, 28.3 Quest, 28.4 Twist)
  • WZPA-LD (33.1 HSN2, 33.2/33.6/33.7 Ads, 33.3 SBN, 33.4 LC, 33.5 QVC2)
  • WQAV-CD (34.1 Jewelry)
  • W25FG-D (36.1 AZ Clic, 36.2/36.3/36.4/36.7 Ads, 36.5 Cheddar, 36.6 AZ Corazon)
  • WDUM-LD (41.1/41.3/41.4/41.5/41.6/41.7 Ads, 41.2 HSN2)
  • WELL-LD (45.1 Daystar)
Outlying areas
Lehigh Valley
W07DC-D (16.1 ABC, 16.2 ANT, 44.1 PBS, 44.2 PBS Kids, 44.3 Create; translator of WNEP-TV & WVIA-TV, Scranton)
WLVT-TV (39.1 PBS, 39.2 Create, 39.3 F24)
WBPH-TV (60.1 Ind., 60.2 Radiant TV)
WFMZ-TV (69.1 Ind., 69.2 AccuWX, 69.3MeTV)
Atlantic City, NJ
WACP (4.1 Ind., 4.2 Ind., 4.3 Heartland, 4.4 LC, 4.5 JTV, 4.6 Family, 4.7 Fun Roads)
WSJT-LD (15.1 Classic Shows, 15.2 GEB America, 15.3 Hope Channel, 15.4 NTD, 15.5 Victory, 15.6 WeatherNation, 15.7 Hope (Spanish), 15.8 LC)
WMGM-TV (40.1 Crime, 40.2 GetTV, 40.3UNI)
WGTW-TV(48.1 TBN, 48.2 Hillsong, 48.3 Enlace, 48.4 Positiv)
Trenton, NJ
WPHY-CD (25.1 Infomercials, 25.2 SBN)
WNJT (52.1 PBS/NJ PBS, 52.2 NHK)
Cable
Streaming
Defunct

Broadcast television in Northeastern Pennsylvania, including Scranton and Wilkes-Barre

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Stations
W09DJ-D (8.1 EWTN)
WNEP-TV (16.1 ABC, 16.2 Antenna)
WYOU (22.1 CBS, 22.2 Mystery, 22.3 Twist, 22.4 Cozi)
WBRE-TV (28.1 NBC, 28.2 Laff, 28.3 Rewind, 28.4 True Crime)
WYLN-CD 35 (YouToo)
WSWB (38.1 CW, 38.2 MeTV, 38.3 Comet, 38.4 Stadium)
W30EB-D (43.1 Daystar, 43.2 CSN, 43.3 CTN, 43.4 CTN Lifestyle)
WVIA-TV (44.1 PBS, 44.2 PBS Kids, 44.3 Create)
WQMY (53.1 MNTV, 53.2Fox, 53.3CW)
WOLF-TV (56.1 Fox, 56.2CW, 56.3MNTV, 56.4 Charge!)
WQPX-TV (64.1 Ion, 64.2 Bounce, 64.3 Court TV, 64.4 Grit, 64.5 Defy TV, 64.6 TrueReal)
Adjacent locals
Binghamton, NY
WBNG-TV (12.1 CBS, 12.2 CW+, 12.3 MeTV, 12.4 Court TV, 12.5 Grit)
WBGH-CD (20.1 NBC, 20.3ABC)
WIVT (34.1 ABC, 34.2NBC, 34.3 Laff, 34.4 Mystery)
WICZ-TV (40.1 Fox, 40.2MNTV, 40.3 Ion)
WSKG-TV (46.1 PBS, 46.2 PBS Kids, 46.3 Create, 46.4 World)
Johnstown
WPSU-TV (3.1 PBS, 3.2 Create, 3.3 World, 3.4 PBS Kids)
WJAC-TV (6.1 NBC, 6.2 MeTV, 6.3 Comet, 6.4 CW+)
WWCP-TV (8.1 Fox, 8.2ABC, 8.3 TheGrio, 8.4 Antenna)
WTAJ-TV (10.1 CBS, 10.2 Mystery, 10.3 Laff, 10.4 Grit)
WATM-TV (23.1 ABC, 23.2Fox, 23.3 Cozi 23.4 This)
WKBS-TV (47.1 CSN, 47.2 Court, 47.3 Bounce, 47.4 Ion, 47.5 Dabl, 47.6 Defy TV, 47.7 TrueReal, 47.9 PFFC)
Philadelphia
WDPN-TV (2.1 MeTV, 2.2 Grit, 2.3 Mystery, 2.4 H&I, 2.5 Retro, 2.6 Decades, 2.7 Local Now, 2.8 PTN)
KYW-TV (3.1 CBS, 3.2 Start, 3.3 Dabl, 3.4 Fave TV)
WPVI-TV (6.1 ABC, 6.2 Localish, 6.3 This, 6.4 QVC)
WCAU (10.1 NBC, 10.2 Cozi, 10.3 Lx)
WHYY-TV (12.1 PBS, 12.2 Y2, 12.3 PBS Kids)
WPHL-TV (17.1 MNTV, 17.2 Ant TV, 17.3 Court TV, 17.4 Comet)
WTXF-TV (29.1 Fox, 29.2 Movies, 29.3 TheGrio, 29.4 Buzzr)
WPPT (35.1 PBS, 35.2 World)
WLVT-TV (39.1 PBS, 39.2 Create, 39.3 France 24)
WTVE (51.1 RNN, 51.2 Ads)
WPSG (57.1 CW, 57.2 Charge!, 57.3 Comet, 57.4 TBD, 57.5 Circle)
WPPX-TV (61.1 Ion, 61.2 Bounce, 61.3 Grit, 61.4 TrueReal, 61.5 Laff, 61.6 Defy TV)
WUVP-DT (65.1 UNI, 65.2 Bounce, 65.3 True Crime)
WFMZ-TV (69.1 Ind, 69.2 AccuWX, 69.3MeTV)
Harrisburg
WGAL (8.1 NBC, 8.2 MeTV, 8.3 Shop LC)
WXBU (15.1 TBD)
WHP-TV (21.1 CBS, 21.2 MNTV, 21.3 CW)
WHTM-TV (27.1 ABC, 27.2 Ion, 27.3 GetTV, 27.4 Laff)
WITF-TV (33.1 PBS, 33.2 PBS Kids)
WPMT (43.1 Fox, 43.2 ANT)
WLYH (49.1 Ind.)
Cable

Broadcast television stations by affiliation in the state of New Jersey

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CW affiliates
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Other stations
  • WDPN-TV 2 (MeTV, Wilmington, DE)
  • WACP 4 (Ind., Atlantic City)
  • WPSJ-CD 8 (SBN, Hammonton)
  • WDVB-CD 23 (Hillsong, Edison)
  • WNYE-TV 25 (Edu.Ind., New York, NY)
  • WPHY-CD 25 (A1, Trenton)
  • WJLP 33 (MeTV, Middletown Twp.)
  • WQAV-CD 34 (Asia Vision/Ind., Atlantic City)
  • WMGM 40 (Crime, Wildwood)
  • WMCN-TV 44 (ShopHQ, Atlantic City)
  • WGTW-TV 48 (TBN, Millville)
  • WRNN-TV 48 (ShopHQ, New Rochelle, NY)
  • WTBY-TV 54 (TBN, Jersey City)
  • WLNY-TV 55 (Ind., Riverhead, NY)
  • WMBC-TV 63 (Ind., Newton)
  • WFMZ-TV 69 (Ind., Allentown)
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Spring Awakening

Amaro's recklessness once again makes him the target on Internal Affairs, and he has no choice but to face the consequences. A rape investigation leads a suspect to Sergeant Benson who may change her life forever.

Mike & Molly Molly Unleashed

When Molly finds herself at a crossroads with her career, she makes a huge decision.

Mike & Molly No Kay Morale

When a despondent Kay returns to town, Peggy is thrilled to welcome her back to coexist in her mundane existence. However, Molly is determined to find a way to restore Kay's joie de vivre. Also, Mike and Carl work crowd control at a rally.

2 Broke Girls And the Fun Factory

Max and Caroline select a factory to produce their cupcake T-shirts but become suspicious of the work conditions there due to their overly-enthusiastic employees.

2 Broke Girls And the Duck Stamp

Max and Caroline’s dessert bar business booms when they hire Clint, a popular bartender. Also, Han enters a duck stamp-drawing contest and glamour eludes Sophie as she adjusts to being a mom.

Schitt's Creek Grad Night

Johnny and Stevie celebrate their first fully booked motel; David goes on a date with Patrick.

The King of Queens Switch Sitters

In need of some alone time, Carrie and Doug ask Deacon and Kelly to take Arthur out.

Family Guy Amish Guy

On the return from an adventurous day at an amusement park, the Griffins' car breaks down in Amish country and they are stranded with no way out.

Family Guy Dog Bites Bear

Stewie and Brian get into a friendship-ending fight after Brian commits a terrible act to one of Stewie's beloved toys. Meanwhile, Peter refuses to wash his hand after meeting his favourite breakfast cereal mascot, Boo Berry.

Bob's Burgers L'il Hard Dad

Bob becomes obsessed with his new automatic helicopter. When it falls apart for no reason, he enters into a battle with the manufacturer in order to receive a refund. Gene assists Bob in his quest, but things quickly get out of hand and end in a battle.

Bob's Burgers Adventures in Chinchilla-sitting

Bob and Linda head out on the town for a date but to Linda's dismay, Bob's idea of romance proves 'trivial.' Meanwhile, a wild chinchilla chase ensues after the school pet that Louis was charged with watching escapes out the front door.

Impractical Jokers Bull Shiatsu

Sal, Joe, Murr and Q try to hold it together as receptionists checking in some strange characters. Later, they offer up odd rewards to helpful strangers, and the big loser gets the stuffing squished out of him at the mall.

Storage Wars Locker Mountain High

The auctions begin in Upland, California, but Dan and Laura take the buyers on a wild ride to finish out the day. Ivy ends up with an eyeful, and Mary buys early in hopes of treasure.

The Balancing Act Broadway and Bistro

Amber Milt makes her Broadway debut behind the scenes of Chicago The Musical. In the Kitchen with Chef Stuart O'Keeffe, a taste of the Mediterranean.

The Balancing Act Behind the Mystery: Rare Disease Special

Behind the mystery of Pompe Disease--what you need to know; learning more about Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma.

Scene of the Crime The Venomous Veterinarian New

Police uncover a murder plot when a decorated military man disappears.

Forensic Justice The Unscrupulous Judges New

Two Pennsylvania judges abuse their power to unjustly throw thousands of kids into juvenile detention centres in exchange for millions of kickbacks. Plus, Olympian Marion Jones is accused of doping.

Funny You Should AskNew

Guest stars include Jon Lovitz, Raven-Symoné, Louie Anderson, Byron Allen, Jodi Miller, and Maz Jobrani.

Funny You Should AskNew

Guest stars include Jon Lovitz, Sheryl Underwood, Louie Anderson, Bill Bellamy, Caroline Rhea, and Tom Arnold.

The Doctors Tushy Trend Turning Heads; Hope for Young Woman With Extreme Scoliosis

Dr. Joubert and Dr. Chutkan discuss the tushy trend that's turning heads. Dr. Melamed treats a young woman with scoliosis. The doctors answer COVID questions. Dr. Minaya talks about going braless. Sarah Murphy demonstrates weighted hula hooping.

Lauren Lake's Paternity Court Amos v Johnson Jr (Part 2)

A paternity bombshell is dropped when an Arkansas woman brings her ex-boyfriend to court to prove that he is the biological father of her two-month-old daughter.

Judge Mathis

A woman planned a bachelorette party for her twin sister, but while getting ready, she passed out and went to the hospital. She is suing her twin, who agreed to split the medial bills, but never paid.

Relative JusticeNew

Judge Rhonda digs through the mud when cousins feud over a 4-wheeler that was shredded in the woods.

Relative Justice

A round trip ticket from Japan to attend a family funeral flies two cousins into Judge Rhonda's courtroom.

The People's CourtNew

Segments include 'Blowing Off a Former Tenant' and 'Case of Losing it on a Neighbour.'

Judge MathisNew

A man dated the defendant, and says while they were on a cruise, she attacked him and stole his wallet. He’s suing her for emotional distress and breach of contract.

Hot Bench Revenge Best Served Cold?

A restaurant manager is accused of hostility, harassment, and wrongful termination after he dates an employee twenty years his junior.

Hot Bench Dirty Old Man or Gold Digger Girl?!

An eldery man loans grocery clerk money after her wins the lottery, however the clerk says that the man then made romantic advances towards her.

Family Feud

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family Feud

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family FeudNew

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Family FeudNew

Two families are pitted against each other, competing to correctly guess survey results.

Penn & Teller: Fool Us Monkeys, Donuts and X-Men New

The magicians featured in the episode include Anchal Kumawat, Mark Doetsch, Michael O’Brien and Adrian Cárratalá.

Nancy Drew The Testimony of the Executed Man New

On the trail of the Frozen Hearts Killer, Nancy and her friends follow a surprising lead from a podcaster at an annual convention for amateur sleuths where they also find themselves unraveling ghostly clues about a homicide from the 1950s.

Sours: https://www.tvpassport.com/tv-listings/stations/cw-wpsg-philadelphia-pa/1647
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2.1Wagon Train
The Jeff Hartfield Story4:00 pmAdam-12
The Radical5:00 pmAdam-12
The Search5:30 pmThe Addams Family
Addams’ Policy6:00 pmHappy Days
All I Want for Christmas6:30 pmM*A*S*H
Hepatitis7:00 pmM*A*S*H
The General’s Practitioner7:30 pmThe Andy Griffith Show
Mayberry on Record8:00 pmThe Andy Griffith Show
Andy Saves Barney’s Morale8:30 pmGomer Pyle, USMC
Caution: Low Overhead9:00 pmGreen Acres
Lisa’s Mudder Comes for a Visit9:30 pmHogan’s Heroes
The Flight of the Valkyrie10:00 pmHogan’s Heroes
The Prisoner’s Prisoner10:30 pmCarol Burnett and Friends
The Family/ The Oldest Man11:00 pmPerry Mason
The Case of the Vagabond Vixen11:30 pmGRIT Logo
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2.2Laramie
Double Eagles4:00 pmLaramie
Shadow of the Past5:00 pmTales of Wells Fargo
Legacy6:00 pmTales of Wells Fargo
The Rawhide Kid6:30 pmTales of Wells Fargo
Toll Road7:00 pmTales of Wells Fargo
The Tired Gun7:30 pmmovieMan from God’s Country
8:00 pmmovieSeminole Uprising
9:30 pmmovieBlack Patch
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2.3CSI: NY
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Raising Shane5:00 pmCSI: NY
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Obsession7:00 pmLocal ProgrammingCSI: NY
Some Buried Bones9:00 pmCSI: NY
Heart of Glass10:00 pmCSI: NY
The Ride-In11:00 pmForensic Files
Drowning Sorrows12:00 amH&I Logo
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2.4Baywatch
If Looks Could Kill4:00 pmNash Bridges
Moving Target5:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
An Innocent Man6:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
Night of the Gladiator7:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
The Legend of Running Bear8:00 pmStar Trek: The Next Generation
Q Who?9:00 pmStar Trek: Deep Space Nine
Heart of Stone10:00 pmStar Trek: Voyager
Drone11:00 pmStar Trek: Enterprise
Zero Hour12:00 amRTV Logo
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2.5movieNancy Drew, Reporter
4:00 pmEscape from Jupiter
6:00 pmnew69 News: Edición en Español
6:30 pmIn the Waiting Room
7:00 pmThe Doctors
7:30 pmDoctor Who
The Silurians – Part 58:00 pmDoctor Who
The Silurians – Part 68:30 pmDoctor Who
The Silurians – Part 79:00 pmRay Bradbury Theater
The Coffin9:30 pmMurdoch Mysteries
Prodigal Father10:00 pmnew69 News: Edición en Español
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11:30 pmmovieUFO Target Earth
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2.6The Bob Newhart Show
Big Brother Is Watching4:00 pmNewhart
Night Moves4:30 pmThe Odd Couple
Felix Is Missing5:00 pmThe Odd Couple
Scrooge Gets an Oscar5:30 pmThe Love Boat
Happily Ever After; Have I Got a Job for You; Mrs. Smith Goes to Minikulu6:00 pmThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Petula Clark, Tom Jones, and More7:00 pmThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Peggy Lee, Alan King, and more7:30 pmThrough the Decades
Through the Decades: October 228:00 pmThe Dick Cavett Show
Julie Andrews9:00 pmThe Dick Cavett Show
Leslie Caron9:30 pmThe Dick Van Dyke Show
Turtles, Ties and Toreadors10:00 pmThe Dick Van Dyke Show
The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls10:30 pmCheers
Last Picture Show11:00 pmCheers
Look Before You Sleep11:30 pmTaxi
Shut It Down12:00 amLOCLNOW Logo
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2.7Local News & Weather
4:00 pmFunny You Should Ask
Louie Anderson; Bill Engvall; Jon Lovitz; Caroline Rhea; Sherri Shepherd; George Wallace4:30 pmYour Local News
5:00 pmAmerica’s Court With Judge Ross
Horse vs. Hound5:30 pmNews Around You
6:00 pmAmerica’s Court With Judge Ross
Mama Said Knock’em Out; Portion Control6:30 pmLocal News
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8:00 pmComics Unleashed
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10:00 pmFunny You Should Ask
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2.8Pocono Television Network
4:00 pmPocono Television Network
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9:00 pmPocono Television Network
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3.1newEyewitness News at 4
4:00 pmnewEyewitness News at 5
5:00 pmnewEyewitness News at 6
6:00 pmnewTBA
6:30 pmInside Edition
7:00 pmnewET Entertainment Tonight
10-22-20217:30 pmnewS.W.A.T.
Sentinel8:00 pmnewMagnum P.I.
Those We Leave Behind9:00 pmnewBlue Bloods
True Blue10:00 pmnewEyewitness News at 11
11:00 pmnewTBA
11:35 pmKWYDT2 Logo
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3.2Unforgettable
Butterfly Effect4:00 pmRizzoli & Isles
Nice to Meet You, Dr. Isles5:00 pmThe Closer
Aftertaste6:00 pmThe Closer
To Protect and to Serve7:00 pmMajor Crimes
Foreign Affairs8:00 pmMajor Crimes
Skin Deep9:00 pmRizzoli & Isles
Bloodlines10:00 pmIn Plain Sight
Reservations, I’ve Got a Few11:00 pmThe Good Wife
Gloves Come Off12:00 amDABL Logo
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3.3Escape to the Country
Gloucestershire4:00 pmEscape to the Country
South Wales5:00 pmLocal ProgrammingHow Clean Is Your House?
Ramsgate – Perkins family7:00 pmHow Clean Is Your House?
Rosy Lovelady7:30 pmSell This House!
Seattle, Wash., Jonathan Franklin8:00 pmSell This House!
Wilmington, NC8:30 pmNanny 911
The Lorimar Family9:00 pmKitchen Nightmares
Grasshopper Also10:00 pmKitchen Nightmares
Cafe Tavolini11:00 pmFlip This House
The Rookie12:00 amKYWDT4 Logo
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3.4movie Clue
3:00 pmmovieSet It Off
5:00 pmmovieLean on Me
7:00 pmmovieNew Jack City
9:00 pmmovieAll About the Benjamins
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4.1DK CASINO DEALER
4:00 pmOxygen Therapy Innovation
5:00 pmLocal ProgrammingFood for the Poor
6:00 pmLocal ProgrammingMedicare Plans with Dental Coverage
7:00 pmLocal ProgrammingOzzie and Harriet
8:00 pmGold 1907 Rare Coin
8:30 pmLocal ProgrammingDRAFT KINGS SB PA
9:30 pmLocal ProgrammingDRAFT KINGS SB PA
11:30 pmWACP2 Logo
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4.2Acapulco H.E.A.T.
4:00 pmForensic Factor
5:00 pmForensic Factor
6:00 pmHawkeye
7:00 pmThe Commish
8:00 pmThe Commish
9:00 pmMurdoch Mysteries
10:00 pmWiseguy
11:00 pmAcapulco H.E.A.T.
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4.3Country Fix
4:00 pmNashville Insider
4:30 pmBluegrass Ridge
5:00 pmCountry Music Today
5:30 pmFrom the Vault: Country Standard Time
6:00 pmCash Cowboys
7:00 pmChasing Down Madison Brown
7:30 pmThe Unseen World
8:00 pmCountry Classics
8:30 pmMusic City Tonight
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10:30 pmCountry Music Today
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9:00 pmTBA
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11:00 pmToday’s Leading Value
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4.5newSplendido Oro Jewelry
4:00 pmnewSouthwest Style Jewelry Collection by JTV
6:00 pmnewGirlfriend Friday
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10:00 pmnewAffordable Jewelry Luxuries
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4.6 JAI Jewelry
3:00 pmAffinity Diamond Jewelry
5:00 pmFacets of Diamonique Jewelry
6:00 pmJAI Jewelry
7:00 pmGemstone Jewelry
9:00 pmArtisan Silver & Gems Sale
10:00 pmPowerful Innovations by HALO
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4.7The RVers
4:00 pmTravel Thru History
4:30 pmExpedition Texas
5:00 pmCruise-In
5:30 pmGreat Getaways
6:00 pmsportsThe Excursion
6:30 pmInto The Outdoors
7:00 pmAt Your Leisure
7:30 pmRoad Trip Masters
8:00 pmA Taste of History
8:30 pmTim Farmers Country Kitchen
9:00 pmsportsTraveling Golfer
9:30 pmsportsGolf America
10:00 pmOur California
10:30 pmThe Jet Set
11:00 pmRV Road Test
11:30 pmThe RVers
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5.1newThe People’s Court
10-22-20214:00 pmThe 5 O’Clock News
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6:00 pmnewTMZ
10-22-20216:30 pmnewExtra
10-22-20217:00 pmnewYou Bet Your Life with Jay Leno
10-22-20217:30 pmsportsFriday Night SmackDown
10-22-20218:00 pmnewThe 10 O’Clock News
10:00 pmStreet Soldiers
10:30 pmThe Big Bang Theory
The Collaboration Fluctuation11:00 pmThe Big Bang Theory
The Focus Attenuation11:30 pmModern Family
Travels With Scout12:00 amMovie Logo
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5.2movieThe Mummy
4:10 pmmovieThe Gorgon
6:05 pmmovieThe Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas
8:00 pmmovieThe House That Dripped Blood
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5.4movieLove Chronicles
4:00 pmmovieLove Field
6:00 pmmovieMoll Flanders
8:30 pmmovieBojangles
11:00 pmWNYWDT5 Logo
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5.5The Bob Newhart Show
Big Brother Is Watching4:00 pmNewhart
Night Moves4:30 pmThe Odd Couple
Felix Is Missing5:00 pmThe Odd Couple
Scrooge Gets an Oscar5:30 pmThe Love Boat
Happily Ever After; Have I Got a Job for You; Mrs. Smith Goes to Minikulu6:00 pmThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Petula Clark, Tom Jones, and More7:00 pmThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Peggy Lee, Alan King, and more7:30 pmThrough the Decades
Through the Decades: October 228:00 pmThe Dick Cavett Show
Julie Andrews9:00 pmThe Dick Cavett Show
Leslie Caron9:30 pmThe Dick Van Dyke Show
Turtles, Ties and Toreadors10:00 pmThe Dick Van Dyke Show
The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls10:30 pmCheers
Last Picture Show11:00 pmCheers
Look Before You Sleep11:30 pmTaxi
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6.1newAction News at 4PM
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6:00 pmnewABC World News Tonight With David Muir
10-22-20216:30 pmnewJeopardy!
10-22-20217:00 pmnewWheel of Fortune
10-22-20217:30 pmnewShark Tank
8:00 pmLocal ProgrammingnewAction News
11:00 pmJimmy Kimmel Live!
Martin Short; Jonathan Majors; Walk The Moon11:35 pmLWN Logo
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6.2Localish Bay Area
4:00 pmPet Project
LHPET190034:30 pmBite Size
LHBSZ190115:00 pmSecretly Awesome
LHSAW200065:30 pmForgetful? Try THIS trick!
6:00 pmMore in Common
LHMIC200037:00 pmPumped
LHPMP200017:30 pmLocalish LA
LHLOS210018:00 pmBest of Localish
LHLSH200088:30 pmBite Size
LHBSZ190109:00 pmMy Go-To
LHMGT200029:30 pmForgetful? Try THIS trick!
10:00 pmStroke of Genius LCL
LHSOG2100411:00 pmAll Good
11:30 pmAction News
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6.3movie Throw Momma from the Train
2:30 pmmovieUHF
4:30 pmmovieMadhouse
6:30 pmmovieMemories of Me
8:30 pmmovieCanadian Bacon
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7.3sportsFishing: Collegiate Bass Championship
4:00 pmsportsFishin’ 4 Fun
4:30 pmCountry Classics
5:00 pmCountry Fix
5:30 pmNashville Insider
6:00 pmBluegrass Ridge
6:30 pmSouthern Glory
7:00 pmReflections
7:30 pmmovieMovie
8:00 pmCriminal Mind
10:00 pmCrime Inc.
10:30 pmAn Eye for an Eye
11:00 pmHollywood’s Greatest Mysteries
11:30 pmDrive-In Movie Maniacs
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8.1Programación pagada
4:00 pmAquí todos ganan
5:00 pmSeguro que Yes
6:00 pmLa casa de Carlos
7:00 pmLa flor de hialeah
7:30 pmEl mikimbín
8:00 pmExplosivos
9:00 pmCasados y algo más
10:00 pmProgramación pagada
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8.2Jimmy Swaggart Crusade Classics
4:00 pmInsight
6:00 pmStudy in the Word
6:30 pmFrances and Friends
7:00 pmMessage of the Cross
9:00 pmDonnie Swaggart Broadcast
10:00 pmFWC Music
12:00 amWPSJ3 Logo
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8.3Jerusalem Dateline
4:00 pmAmazing Facts With Doug Batchelor
4:30 pmPastor Ramiro Pena
5:00 pmJames River TV
5:30 pmLife On Fire
6:00 pmCreflo Dollar
6:30 pmCfAN TV
7:00 pmGospel Truth – Andrew Wommack
7:30 pmEnjoying Everyday Life
8:00 pmJohn Hagee Ministries
8:30 pmGOD TV Content
9:00 pmCAP 2017, Miami
10:00 pmC3 Presence Conference – Sydney
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8.4sports UEFA 2023 Women’s World Cup Qualifying Soccer: France vs. Estonia
France vs. Estonia3:00 pmsportsLigue 1 Soccer: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Nîmes
Paris Saint-Germain vs. Nîmes5:00 pmsportsClassic Ligue 1 Soccer: 2019: Nice vs. Paris Saint-Germain
2019: Nice vs. Paris Saint-Germain5:30 pmsportsClassic Ligue 1 Soccer: 2018: Marseille vs. Paris Saint-Germain
2018: Marseille vs. Paris Saint-Germain6:00 pmsportsClassic Ligue 1 Soccer: 2019: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Marseille
2019: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Marseille7:00 pmsportsBare Knuckle Boxing
8:00 pmsportsLigue 1 Soccer: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Angers
Paris Saint-Germain vs. Angers10:00 pmsportsClassic Ligue 1 Soccer: 2015: Marseille vs. Paris Saint-Germain
2015: Marseille vs. Paris Saint-Germain12:00 amWWOR-DT Logo
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9.1Maury
My Brother Is Black…How Can Your Mixed Baby Be His?4:00 pmThe Real
10-21-20215:00 pmnewDish Nation
Episode 356:00 pmThe Big Bang Theory
The Vegas Renormalization6:30 pmnewFamily Feud
7:00 pmnewFamily Feud
7:30 pmChicago P.D.
Kasual With a K8:00 pmChicago P.D.
If We Were Normal9:00 pmFamily Feud
10:00 pmFamily Feud
10:30 pmFamily Feud
11:00 pmFamily Feud
11:30 pmnewYou Bet Your Life with Jay Leno
10-22-202112:00 amBUZZR Logo
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9.3Press Your Luck
4:00 pmWhew!
4:30 pmMatch Game
5:00 pmMatch Game
5:30 pmMatch Game
6:00 pmMatch Game
6:30 pmMatch Game PM
7:00 pmSale of the Century
7:30 pmClassic Concentration
8:00 pmSuper Password
8:30 pmSupermarket Sweep
9:00 pmCard Sharks
9:30 pmMatch Game Hollywood Squares Hour
10:00 pmClassic Concentration
11:00 pmSuper Password
11:30 pmSupermarket Sweep
12:00 amH&I Logo
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9.4Baywatch
If Looks Could Kill4:00 pmNash Bridges
Moving Target5:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
An Innocent Man6:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
Night of the Gladiator7:00 pmWalker, Texas Ranger
The Legend of Running Bear8:00 pmStar Trek: The Next Generation
Q Who?9:00 pmStar Trek: Deep Space Nine
Heart of Stone10:00 pmStar Trek: Voyager
Drone11:00 pmStar Trek: Enterprise
Zero Hour12:00 amNBC10 Logo
NBC10
10.1newNBC10 News at 4pm
4:00 pmnewNBC10 News at 5pm
5:00 pmnewNBC10 News at 6pm
6:00 pmnewTBA
6:30 pmNBC 10 News @ 7p
7:00 pmnewAccess Hollywood
10-22-20217:30 pmnewHome Sweet Home
There’s No TV?8:00 pmnewTBA
9:00 pmnewNBC10 News at 11pm
11:00 pmThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jerry Seinfeld; Léa Seydoux; TWICE11:34 pmCOZI Logo
COZI
10.2Little House on the Prairie
The Lord Is My Shepherd: Part 24:00 pmLittle House on the Prairie
Christmas at Plum Creek5:00 pmThe Munsters
Mummy Munster6:00 pmThe Munsters
Lily Munster, Girl Model6:30 pm3rd Rock from the Sun
Dr. Solomon’s Traveling Alien Show7:00 pm3rd Rock from the Sun
Power-Mad Dick7:30 pmFrasier
Head Game8:00 pmFrasier
Mixed Doubles8:30 pmRoseanne
Guilt by Imagination9:00 pmRoseanne
Homecoming9:30 pmRoseanne
Thanksgivin 199310:00 pmRoseanne
The Driver’s Seat10:30 pmThe Nanny
Strange Bedfellows11:00 pmThe Nanny
The Chatterbox11:30 pmThe Nanny
Fran Gets Mugged12:00 amLXNET Logo
LXNET
10.3LX Presents
Putting An End To Hate4:00 pmLX Presents
Profit and Progress4:30 pmLx Explains
5:00 pmLX News
6:00 pmLX News
7:00 pmLX News
8:00 pmLX News
9:00 pmLX News
10:00 pmLX News
11:00 pmPaid Programing
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11.1newThe Ellen DeGeneres Show
Tiffany Haddish; Amanda Seyfried4:00 pmnew11 News at 5
5:00 pmnew11 News at 6
6:00 pmnewTBA
6:30 pmInside Edition
7:00 pmnewAccess Hollywood
10-22-20217:30 pmnewHome Sweet Home
There’s No TV?8:00 pmnewTBA
9:00 pmnew11 News at 11
11:00 pmThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jerry Seinfeld; Léa Seydoux; TWICE11:35 pmMeTV Logo
MeTV
11.2Wagon Train
The Jeff Hartfield Story4:00 pmAdam-12
The Radical5:00 pmAdam-12
The Search5:30 pmThe Addams Family
Addams’ Policy6:00 pmHappy Days
All I Want for Christmas6:30 pmM*A*S*H
Hepatitis7:00 pmM*A*S*H
The General’s Practitioner7:30 pmThe Andy Griffith Show
Mayberry on Record8:00 pmThe Andy Griffith Show
Andy Saves Barney’s Morale8:30 pmGomer Pyle, USMC
Caution: Low Overhead9:00 pmGreen Acres
Lisa’s Mudder Comes for a Visit9:30 pmnew10 PM NEWS
10:00 pmHogan’s Heroes
The Prisoner’s Prisoner10:30 pmCarol Burnett and Friends
The Family/ The Oldest Man11:00 pmPerry Mason
The Case of the Vagabond Vixen11:30 pmWHYYHD Logo
WHYYHD
12.1Alma’s Way
Cardboard Club; Alma Clues In4:00 pmXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
I am Nikola Tesla; I am Nellie Bly4:30 pmOdd Squad
Haunt Squad; Safe House in the Woods5:00 pmArthur
Cast Away; The Great Sock Mystery5:30 pmnewPBS NewsHour
10-22-20216:00 pmnewBBC World News America
7:00 pmYou Oughta Know
Ep. 2127:30 pmnewWashington Week
10-22-20218:00 pmnewFiring Line With Margaret Hoover
10-22-20218:30 pmnewLa Frontera with Pati Jinich
From Dos Laredos to Mars9:00 pmFood Flirts
Pretzel Meets Chocolate10:00 pmFood Flirts
Thailand Meets Tres Leches10:30 pmnewYou Oughta Know
Ep. 21411:00 pmnewBBC World News America
11:30 pmnewAmanpour and Company
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12.2Amanpour and Company
10-21-20214:00 pmBrain Fitness Program
5:00 pmLIFE 201 with Adiel Gorel
6:30 pmKen Burns: Country Music
8:00 pmThe Transformational Power of Yoga
10:00 pmLocal ProgrammingYKIDS Logo
YKIDS
12.3Donkey Hodie
The Masked Veggies/The Royal Hosts4:00 pmCurious George
Curious George Beats the Band; Hats and a Hole4:30 pmAlma’s Way
Coqui Quest; Chalk the Block5:00 pmXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
I am Julia Child; I am Neil Armstrong5:30 pmClifford the Big Red Dog
The Halloween Costume Crisis; Clifford’s Howl-o-ween!6:00 pmArthur and the Haunted Tree House Part 1
6:30 pmHero Elementary
When Fur Flies; Pumpkin Palooza7:30 pmWild Kratts: Creepy Creatures
Creepy Creatures8:00 pmCurious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
A Halloween Boo Fest9:00 pmCyberchase
Raising the Bar10:00 pmPinkalicious & Peterrific
Pink or Treat; Berry Scary10:30 pmPinkalicious & Peterrific
Drawing Noses; Pinkalicious on Ice11:00 pmElinor Wonders Why
Zig Zag Plant/Butterfly Drinks11:30 pmDonkey Hodie
The Masked Veggies/The Royal Hosts12:00 amWHYYDT4 Logo
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Yulchik And my eight-year-old and I got so much trouble for the first time. He was also shy and capricious. Nurse Katya (moderator) It is clear that children at this age are already embarrassed - especially boys. Never mind. It will get used to it in a week.

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I apologize, - she tried to justify herself, - I thought. I see, - said the policeman smiling, And since this pleasant event happened, and you got me on the road, let me me. To use it. I'm afraid to fall asleep on the way and release the steering wheel, and you certainly won't let me fall asleep. Well, good, - Jeannette smiled.



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