WWME Heroes & Icons TV Guide Listings

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

This is the WWME 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.

8:00 AMRawhide 
A deranged ex-Confederate officer enslaves former Union soldiers in a fortress. Peter Lorre, John Agar, Lisa Gaye, Eric Fleming.
8:00 AMRawhide 
Cattlemen drive their herds across the Great Plains in this iconic Western. Gil Favor was the trail boss, assisted by Rowdy Yates (a breakout role for Clint Eastwood), with a great theme sung by Frankie Laine. After the series ended, Eastwood became a global superstar in a series of spaghetti Westerns for Sergio Leone.
9:00 AMThe High Chaparral 
The Cannon family fights to establish a ranch in the Arizona Territory of the 1870s, amid conflicts with kin and the threat of hostile Indians. Forceful family head John is helped by his brother Buck and son Billy, whose mother is killed in the first episode. After her death, John unites the family with the wealthy Montoyas by marrying their daughter Victoria, setting up the series premise of two powerful families dealing with challenges from outside and within.
9:00 AMThe High Chaparral 
Blue fights an Indian for a wild stallion. Clive Clerk, Michael Keep, Mark Slade.
10:00 AMJAG 
Bud's brother is accused of making a deadly training mistake that nearly killed 15 Marines. Michael Bellisario, Patrick Labyorteaux, David James Elliott.
10:00 AMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
11:00 AMJAG 
Part 1 of two. Harm is a consultant to the Russians, who want him to reform their system of military justice. David James Elliott, Catherine Bell.
11:00 AMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
12:00 PMJAG 
Conclusion. Gen. Krylov tries to pin his crimes on Zhukov and Harm must defend him. Jade Carter, Raymond O'Keefe.
12:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
1:00 PMJAG 
Harm is called to board a U.S. ship where the commander wants to defy Cuba and bring a refugee to the U.S. Patrick Laborteaux.
1:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
2:00 PMJAG 
A man's negligence leads to two pilots' deaths. Trevor Goddard, John M. Jackson, Patrick Labyorteaux.
2:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
3:00 PMJAG 
Mac prosecutes at a televised court-martial. Johnnie L. Cochran Jr., Gloria Allred, Mary Hart and Craig Kilborn have cameos.
3:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
4:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
4:00 PMJAG 
Mac and Harm handle the case of a petty officer who illegally smuggled an Arab princess into the U.S. and married her. Bailey Chase.
5:00 PMJAG 
Part 1 of 2. An admiral is accused of committing war crimes in Vietnam. Terry O'Quinn, Steven Culp.
5:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
6:00 PMJAG 
Conclusion. Adm. Boone's court-martial begins, with Mac prosecuting and Harm defending. Terry O'Quinn, Steven Culp.
6:00 PMJAG 
A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
7:00 PMStar Trek: The Original Series 
7:00 PMStar Trek: The Original Series 
An alien involves Spock and Kirk in a staged fight.
8:00 PMStar Trek: The Next Generation 
A bizarre accident kills a terraformer. Walter Gotell, Elizabeth Lindsey, Gerard Prendergast, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton.
8:00 PMStar Trek: The Next Generation 
A new crew boards a revamped USS Enterprise in the first spin-off from the '60s cult classic.

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