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Live TV schedule for KRIV HDTV in the Houston Area

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5:00 PMThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show 
A variety series that aired from 1948 to 1971 and featured acts from around the world.
5:30 PMThe Best of the Ed Sullivan Show 
A variety series that aired from 1948 to 1971 and featured acts from around the world.
6:00 PMRowan & Martin's Laugh-In 
An Emmy-winning rapid-fire potpourri of sight gags, blackouts and one-liners that, and you could look it up in your Funk and Wagnalls, was one of the hottest and most influential shows of its era. `Sock it to me?' presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon uttered in 1968 in one of countless celebrity cameos woven into creator George Schlatter's collage of irreverent political satire and social commentary, which made stars of regulars including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Judy Carne and Ruth Buzzi.
7:00 PMThrough the Decades 
The 1950s through the 1990s are explored through pop culture stories and major world events.
8:00 PMThe Dick Cavett Show 
The erudite Cavett hosted a number of talk shows over the years that were popular with critics but never built a large audience (by Leno-Letterman standards). A writer for Jack Paar's `Tonight Show' in the early '60s and host of his own late-night series by the decade's end, Cavett was alternately praised and chided for his innovative one-guest approach. His wide range of provocative interview subjects included Katharine Hepburn, Orson Welles, Woody Allen, Norman Mailer and Jimi Hendrix.
9:00 PMThe Dick Van Dyke Show 
An often copied, rarely duplicated classic about TV writer Rob Petrie at home and work is as close as it gets to sitcom perfection. Sharply written, warmly acted by a brilliant ensemble cast and often sublimely funny, this brainchild of sitcom veteran Carl Reiner (who honed his comic skills working nine years with Sid Caesar) won many Emmys and, though it ran for only five seasons, has remained one of the medium's most enduring series.
9:30 PMThe Dick Van Dyke Show 
An often copied, rarely duplicated classic about TV writer Rob Petrie at home and work is as close as it gets to sitcom perfection. Sharply written, warmly acted by a brilliant ensemble cast and often sublimely funny, this brainchild of sitcom veteran Carl Reiner (who honed his comic skills working nine years with Sid Caesar) won many Emmys and, though it ran for only five seasons, has remained one of the medium's most enduring series.
10:00 PMCheers 
This hugely successful, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom is set in a friendly Boston bar run by Sam Malone, a former Red Sox pitcher and recovering alcoholic addic.
10:30 PMCheers 
This hugely successful, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom is set in a friendly Boston bar run by Sam Malone, a former Red Sox pitcher and recovering alcoholic addic.
11:00 PMTaxi 
The classic sitcom set at New York's Sunshine Cab Co.
11:30 PMThe Bob Newhart Show 
Newhart had his first sitcom success as Chicago psychologist Bob Hartley in this ensemble gem of the 1970s. Complicating life for the serene, stammering doc and his wise wife, Emily, were their neighbor, Howard, a flighty navigator; and Bob's coworkers, dentist Jerry and flippant receptionist Carol. The humor was gentle, sophisticated and, at times, wonderfully surreal. `We were selling class and charm and wit,' series cocreator David Davis said. And for six years, viewers were happily buying.
12:00 AMThe Lost Honeymooners 
Ralph and Ed try to make their lives better while their wives wait for them to find success.
12:30 AMGet Smart 
`Would you believe,' as Maxwell Smart would say, this spy spoof was for a time all the rage (and an Emmy winner to boot)? Baby Boomers can never hear that phrase, used by the inept agent when caught in a ridiculous situation, without recalling this series (co-created by Mel Brooks), which is filled with James Bond-style capers featuring Smart; his sexy partner, Agent 99, at the C.O.N.T.R.O.L. agency; and K.A.O.S., the sinister organization they battled, invariably with chaotic results.
1:00 AMThe Phil Silvers Show 
The classic 1950s Nat Hiken service sitcom about unrivaled Army con artist Sgt. Ernie Bilko, head of the motor pool at Fort Baxter in Kansas. Originally titled `You'll Never Get Rich,' and later `Sergeant Bilko' in syndication, it won three consecutive Emmys for Best Comedy Series and two Emmys for Silvers, and had early appearances by Dick Van Dyke, Alan Alda and Fred Gwynne. Top writers who worked on the show included Neil Simon, Arnie Rosen, Coleman Jacoby, Tony Webster and Leonard Stern.
1:30 AMCar 54, Where Are You? 
Flimsy but fondly recalled Keystone Kops-like sitcom about hapless officers at a Bronx precinct.
2:00 AMThe Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 
A wry, hip-for-its-time sitcom that charts the hopes, dreams and frustrations of a typical teen (if sitting under the statue `The Thinker' while pining for the megacute Thalia Menninger could be considered typical). Based on stories by humorist Max Shulman, the series lasted four years, during which Dobie's hair turned from blond to brown. A year after finishing his role as Dobie's goateed friend Maynard G. Krebs, Bob Denver segued into another iconic 1960s show---`Gilligan's Island.'
2:30 AMAbbott and Costello 
The team's antics drive this sitcom featuring classic skits and slapstick. Critics weren't wowed by the show's 52 episodes, but audiences were, and the series has thrived in syndication for more than 50 years. In the late '60s, an animated version of the series featuring Bud's voice (Lou had died in 1959) was produced.
3:00 AMOur Miss Brooks 
A popular sitcom based on the radio hit about a wisecracking English teacher, her interaction with students and faculty (particularly the bellowing principal, Osgood Conklin) and her romantic quest to land the hunky (but largely indifferent) biology teacher, Philip Boynton. Miss Brooks taught at Madison High, but transferred to a nearby private elementary school at the start of the 1955 season. In a 1956 movie based on the series, Mr. Boynton finally proposed.
3:30 AMOur Miss Brooks 
A popular sitcom based on the radio hit about a wisecracking English teacher, her interaction with students and faculty (particularly the bellowing principal, Osgood Conklin) and her romantic quest to land the hunky (but largely indifferent) biology teacher, Philip Boynton. Miss Brooks taught at Madison High, but transferred to a nearby private elementary school at the start of the 1955 season. In a 1956 movie based on the series, Mr. Boynton finally proposed.
4:00 AMDark Shadows 
Ghosts, witches and werewolves populated this creepy daytime serial about Maine's Collins family, which included Barnabas, a nearly 200-year-old vampire who longed to be cured. The supernatural soap shifted between the present and the 18th century to tell its gothic tale. A prime-time revival mounted in 1991 possessed more special effects, sex and gore than its bare-bones original, but it never caught on and was buried by NBC in less than two months.
4:30 AMDark Shadows 
Ghosts, witches and werewolves populated this creepy daytime serial about Maine's Collins family, which included Barnabas, a nearly 200-year-old vampire who longed to be cured. The supernatural soap shifted between the present and the 18th century to tell its gothic tale. A prime-time revival mounted in 1991 possessed more special effects, sex and gore than its bare-bones original, but it never caught on and was buried by NBC in less than two months.
5:00 AMRowan & Martin's Laugh-In 
An Emmy-winning rapid-fire potpourri of sight gags, blackouts and one-liners that, and you could look it up in your Funk and Wagnalls, was one of the hottest and most influential shows of its era. `Sock it to me?' presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon uttered in 1968 in one of countless celebrity cameos woven into creator George Schlatter's collage of irreverent political satire and social commentary, which made stars of regulars including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Judy Carne and Ruth Buzzi.

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