This is the KZDN Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Denver Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|4:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|4:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|5:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|5:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|6:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|6:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|7:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|7:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|8:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|8:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|9:00 AM||The Droogles |
|9:30 AM||The Mooh Brothers |
Two environmentally conscious cows run a farm full of silly animals.
|10:00 AM||The Houndcats |
A clever `Mission: Impossible' animated spoof about a team of cat and dog secret agents who receive their assignments from tape recordings that, of course, self-destruct.
|10:30 AM||The Barkleys |
A cartoon variation on `All in the Family' whose talking dogs include the blustery Arnie Barkley, howling opinions on everything from women's lib to the generation gap.
|11:00 AM||The Lone Ranger |
A self-conscious rancher needs help from the masked man. Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels.
|11:30 AM||Legacy Of The Silver Shadow |
|12:00 PM||The Genie from Down Under |
Conrad is suspicious of Bruce, but everyone else thinks Conrad is acting strangely.
|12:30 PM||Sky Trackers |
|1:00 PM||Spellbinder II: Land of the Dragon Lord |
|1:30 PM||The Soupy Sales Show |
An outrageous kids show (that adults could appreciate too) with a wacky host, puppets, sketches, blackouts and songs. This mayhem maven started in 1953 on a station in Detroit before going national on ABC and ultimately turning up in syndication. It was, literally, pie-in-the-face humor, with Sales claiming that he's had more than 25,000 whipped-cream facials. He was once given a week's suspension for asking young viewers to send him the `little green pieces of paper' from their dads' wallets.
|2:00 PM||The Jerry Lewis Show |
Jerry Lewis hosted two prime-time variety shows. One was a fiasco, the other ran for two seasons. The first was a big-budget, two-hour affair telecast live from Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre. It premiered with great fanfare, but was greeted rudely by critics and with apathy by viewers. Dick Cavett was one of its writers. In the other (an hourlong show), Lewis played his movie characters in sketches. The Osmonds were frequent guests. Les Brown was the bandleader for both series.
|2:30 PM||The Lucy Show |
Lucy hams it up with the Marquis Chimps to prove she can handle any job. Lucy: Lucille Ball. Mooney: Gale Gordon. Miss Allman: Elvia Allman. Mrs. Winslow: Mary Wickes. Winslow: Jonathan Hole.
|3:00 PM||Petticoat Junction |
Homer Bedloe wants to junk Hooterville's train. Charles Lane, Bea Benaderet, Edgar Buchanan, Frank Cady.
|3:30 PM||The Beverly Hillbillies |
Granny's still brews trouble with Mrs. Drysdale (Harriet MacGibbon). Irene Ryan, Raymond Bailey, Nancy Kulp, Buddy Ebsen.
|4:00 PM||The Doctors |
Romance made the rounds on this lively, long-running drama about bed-hopping healers at a metropolitan medical center. It premiered the same day as `General Hospital.' Originally an anthology series, it switched to a serialized format in 1964 and went to color two years later. In 1972, it scored the Daytime Emmy for Best Drama.
Because KZDN Retro TV is a local broadcast channel, there is a good chance you are one of the 90% of households that can receive this channel for free with a TV antenna. We have a report that shows you what to expect if you installed a TV within your home.
If an antenna doesn't work for you, then live streaming may be the answer. Many live streaming services such as YouTube TV, Hulu Live, Sling and AT&T TV Now have local channels on their service at drastically cheaper prices compared to what your local Cable TV provider offers. Check this report to see if you can stream KZDN Retro TV locally.