WMEU Heroes & Icons TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WMEU Heroes & Icons in the Chicago Area

This is the WMEU Heroes & Icons TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Chicago Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

3:00 AMPolice Story 
A gripping anthology that portrayed police officers on and off the job, created by author Joseph Wambaugh, a former L.A. cop. There was some conventional law and order action, but the series was also unusually realistic in exploring the psychological effects of the job. It won the Emmy as Outstanding Drama Series for the 1975-76 season. Two characters who were introduced on the series were spun off into their own shows: `Police Woman' and `Joe Forrester.'
3:00 AMPolice Story 
A racketeer being protected by a veteran cop is robbed. Albert Paulsen, John Ericson, Abby Dalton, Scott Brady.
4:00 AMThe Green Hornet 
Adventures of the masked crimefighter and his assistant Kato that tried to duplicate the success of ABC's other dynamic superhero, `Batman,' which had premiered earlier in the year. This series, an adaptation of a radio show, was played more seriously, though, and while it had its own style and received some praise, it languished in a Friday time slot and was canceled after one season. It became a cult favorite later, thanks largely to future martial-arts legend Bruce Lee, who played Kato.
4:00 AMThe Green Hornet 
The Hornet's accused of a jewel theft. Peter Haskell, Sheila Wells, Van Williams, Bruce Lee, Walter Booke.
4:30 AMThe Green Hornet 
Casey's abducted while investigating a mob boss. Victor Jury, Wende Wagner, Van Williams, Bruce Lee.
4:30 AMThe Green Hornet 
Adventures of the masked crimefighter and his assistant Kato that tried to duplicate the success of ABC's other dynamic superhero, `Batman,' which had premiered earlier in the year. This series, an adaptation of a radio show, was played more seriously, though, and while it had its own style and received some praise, it languished in a Friday time slot and was canceled after one season. It became a cult favorite later, thanks largely to future martial-arts legend Bruce Lee, who played Kato.
5:00 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
The Man of Steel battles `for truth, justice and the American way,' while his alter ego, Clark Kent, works as a reporter for the Daily Planet in this classic series. It premiered in syndication in 1952 after the superhero had already been popularized in comic books, radio and the movies. The series ran until 1957, but the iconic character continued to find work in film, TV (most notably, `Lois & Clark' and `Smallville') and even a campy Broadway musical.
5:00 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
Jimmy (Jack Larson) inherits a fortune from a recluse. George Reeves. Lois: Noel Neill.
5:30 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
The Man of Steel battles `for truth, justice and the American way,' while his alter ego, Clark Kent, works as a reporter for the Daily Planet in this classic series. It premiered in syndication in 1952 after the superhero had already been popularized in comic books, radio and the movies. The series ran until 1957, but the iconic character continued to find work in film, TV (most notably, `Lois & Clark' and `Smallville') and even a campy Broadway musical.
5:30 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
Clark goes undercover to unmask a gang of jewel thieves. George Reeves. Lois: Noel Neill. Perry: John Hamilton.
6:00 AMBatman 
POW! The Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder fight crime in Gotham City in this campy version of Bob Kane's comic strip that first appeared in 1939. The series aired twice a week and quickly achieved gangbuster ratings, but---holy novelty!---the ratings nosedived and even the addition of Batgirl late in the show's run couldn't save the Dynamic Duo.
6:00 AMBatman 
Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac. Nobu McCarthy, Yvonne Craig, Adam West.
6:30 AMBatman 
Gordon's replaced by a miniskirted policewoman. Barbara Rush, June Wilkinson, Yvonne Craig.
6:30 AMBatman 
POW! The Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder fight crime in Gotham City in this campy version of Bob Kane's comic strip that first appeared in 1939. The series aired twice a week and quickly achieved gangbuster ratings, but---holy novelty!---the ratings nosedived and even the addition of Batgirl late in the show's run couldn't save the Dynamic Duo.
7:00 AMTravel Thru History 
A pinball museum in Las Vegas; the Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont, Fla.; the mermaid show at Weeki Wachee Springs in Florida; and the Ted Williams Hitters' Hall of Fame.
7:00 AMTravel Thru History 
Discovering the history of the United States by traveling to different locales.
7:30 AMThe Science Zone 
8:00 AMHidden Heroes 
Behind-the-scenes with racing pit crews.
8:30 AMHidden Heroes 
Behind-the-scenes with racing pit crews.
9:00 AMWalking Wild 
Learning about polar bears, koalas and a lechwe calf.
9:00 AMWalking Wild 
Animals and their caregivers at the San Diego Zoo are followed in this reality series geared towards teen viewers
9:30 AMUncaged 
10:00 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
The Man of Steel battles `for truth, justice and the American way,' while his alter ego, Clark Kent, works as a reporter for the Daily Planet in this classic series. It premiered in syndication in 1952 after the superhero had already been popularized in comic books, radio and the movies. The series ran until 1957, but the iconic character continued to find work in film, TV (most notably, `Lois & Clark' and `Smallville') and even a campy Broadway musical.
10:00 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
An archaeologist reveals he has found a necklace that keeps its wearer from harm. George Reeves. Lois: Noel Neill.
10:30 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
The Man of Steel battles `for truth, justice and the American way,' while his alter ego, Clark Kent, works as a reporter for the Daily Planet in this classic series. It premiered in syndication in 1952 after the superhero had already been popularized in comic books, radio and the movies. The series ran until 1957, but the iconic character continued to find work in film, TV (most notably, `Lois & Clark' and `Smallville') and even a campy Broadway musical.
10:30 AMThe Adventures of Superman 
Jimmy and Lois find trouble in a small Western town. George Reeves. Lois: Noel Neill. Jimmy: Jack Larson. Perry: John Hamilton.
11:00 AMThe Untouchables 
Immigrants are used to make bathtub gin. Kennan Wynn, Sam Jaffe, Lee Philips.
11:00 AMThe Untouchables 
Eliot Ness and his band of incorruptible federal agents fought crime (meaning Al Capone) in Prohibition-era Chicago in this series, which was enormously popular with audiences, but was shot down by critics, who lambasted its extreme violence. Walter Winchell provided the narration. A syndicated remake of the series aired from 1993 to 1994, but the best `Untouchables' is undoubtedly the 1987 Brian De Palma-directed movie version that earned Sean Connery a supporting Oscar.
11:30 AMTo Be Announced 
To be announced.
12:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Eliot Ness and his band of incorruptible federal agents fought crime (meaning Al Capone) in Prohibition-era Chicago in this series, which was enormously popular with audiences, but was shot down by critics, who lambasted its extreme violence. Walter Winchell provided the narration. A syndicated remake of the series aired from 1993 to 1994, but the best `Untouchables' is undoubtedly the 1987 Brian De Palma-directed movie version that earned Sean Connery a supporting Oscar.
12:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Mobsters are being extorted by a man who stole from them. Richard Devon, Joan Blondell, Frank de Kova, Eddie Firestone.
1:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Eliot Ness and his band of incorruptible federal agents fought crime (meaning Al Capone) in Prohibition-era Chicago in this series, which was enormously popular with audiences, but was shot down by critics, who lambasted its extreme violence. Walter Winchell provided the narration. A syndicated remake of the series aired from 1993 to 1994, but the best `Untouchables' is undoubtedly the 1987 Brian De Palma-directed movie version that earned Sean Connery a supporting Oscar.
1:00 PMThe Untouchables 
A hood who defied the mob decides to kill Ness to avoid reprisals. Harry Guardino, Michael Constantine, Joe De Santis.
2:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Eliot Ness and his band of incorruptible federal agents fought crime (meaning Al Capone) in Prohibition-era Chicago in this series, which was enormously popular with audiences, but was shot down by critics, who lambasted its extreme violence. Walter Winchell provided the narration. A syndicated remake of the series aired from 1993 to 1994, but the best `Untouchables' is undoubtedly the 1987 Brian De Palma-directed movie version that earned Sean Connery a supporting Oscar.
3:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Eliot Ness and his band of incorruptible federal agents fought crime (meaning Al Capone) in Prohibition-era Chicago in this series, which was enormously popular with audiences, but was shot down by critics, who lambasted its extreme violence. Walter Winchell provided the narration. A syndicated remake of the series aired from 1993 to 1994, but the best `Untouchables' is undoubtedly the 1987 Brian De Palma-directed movie version that earned Sean Connery a supporting Oscar.
3:00 PMThe Untouchables 
Hobson joins a gang to create dissension. Larry Parks, Norma Crane, Dabbs Greer.

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