This is the WMEU CBS HDTV 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.
|3:38 AM||American Athlete |
In-depth profiles of athletes from a variety of sports.
|4:00 AM||GAMETIME with Boomer Esiason |
Three-time Olympic gold-medal volleyball champion Kerri Walsh Jennings is thrilled about her partnership with Defensive Player of the Year Brooke Sweat, as they look to team up for Olympic gold in Tokyo.
|4:30 AM||Matter of Fact With Soledad O'Brien |
Soledad O'Brien focuses on political and socioeconomic issues that affect America.
|5:00 AM||CBS 2 Saturday News at 5am |
|6:00 AM||CBS This Morning new |
|8:00 AM||CBS 2 Saturday News at 8am |
|9:00 AM||Mission Unstoppable |
On this week's episode, scorpions that glow in the dark, life-size statues that can be made in record time and how lasers are helping advancements in solar power.
|9:30 AM||Pet Vet Dream Team |
Jimmy Chew the dog is rushed into the animal emergency service after getting into a nasty dog fight. Can Alex save this much-loved service dog? Then, Dr. Peter heads to the zoo to give a wellness checkup on an elderly elephant named Trisha.
|10:00 AM||Hope in the Wild |
This year's group of white-tailed fawns grow into healthy deer, and a pileated woodpecker becomes a nuisance at the rehab.
|10:30 AM||Best Friends FURever with Kel Mitchell |
There are no dog-days when this pig and pooch are together. Then, don't miss the wild friends of these kind K9s.
|11:00 AM||Lucky Dog |
Brandon thinks a bonded pair of shelter dogs could be the perfect match for a retiree with a busy social life. But it will take the right training, and the perfect wardrobe, to make sure that these dogs become future roommates and the life of the party.
|11:30 AM||The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation |
The crime fighting tether tripping up bad guys; the woman who started the blow-drying empire; window blinds powering one's place; and when the big wood saw was replaced with the saw mill.
|12:00 PM||To Be Announced |
To be announced.
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