This is the WYYW Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Evansville Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|7:00 AM||Daytime |
An interview show featuring celebrity guests.
|8:00 AM||Morning Beats |
|8:30 AM||The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet |
TV's longest-running live-action comedy was the brainchild of lawyer-turned-bandleader Ozzie Nelson and began on the radio in 1944.
|9:00 AM||The Lucy Show |
George Burns puts Lucy in his act. Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon.
|9:30 AM||Public Defender |
Reed Hadley's follow-up series to `Racket Squad' casts him as a lawyer `responsible for giving legal aid without cost' (as the opening narration put it).
|10:00 AM||The Roy Rogers Show |
Roy is wounded by a vicious rustler. Dale Evans, Pat Brady.
|10:30 AM||Adventures of Annie Oakley |
Sam is framed by Duke and his gang, who have kidnapped Linda to prevent Sam from proving his innocence. It's up to Annie and Lofty to save Sam from an angry mob, save Linda from Duke and his gang, and take them down for their crimes.
|11:00 AM||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.
|11:30 AM||Ray Bradbury Theater |
A man is obsessed with finding a connection between two newcomers in town. Zachary Bennett, Nathaniel Moreau.
|12:00 PM||Police Surgeon |
|12:30 PM||The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes |
|1:00 PM||Naked City |
Alejandro Rey is cast as a young father-to-be who, fighting the bitterness of poverty, is determined to get money---any way he can. Isabel: Coco Ramirez. Flint: Paul Burke. Patillas: Victor Gabriel. Arcaro: Harry Bellaver. Parker: Horace McMahon.
|2:00 PM||Republic of Doyle |
A father-and-son team investigates crimes in this comedic drama series set in Newfoundland, Canada.
|3:00 PM||To Be Announced |
To be announced.
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