This is the qubo TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Indianapolis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 AM||Inspector Gadget |
Inspector Gadget protects Nick Defecto. M.A.D. is trying to destroy him because of the secret he knows.
|6:00 AM||Giver |
The community of Ingersoll builds a cheese themed playground to celebrate the history of cheese in their town.
|6:30 AM||Giver |
Giver teams up with the community of Rexdale in Toronto to make a T-Rex themed playground.
|7:00 AM||Giver |
The community of Emsdale teams up with Giver to create a new alphabet themed playground.
|7:30 AM||Giver |
The community of Amherstberg works together to create an inclusive sports-themed playground.
|8:00 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
Harrison hires a detective and a forensics expert to find out who took a bite out of his cheese sandwich.
|8:30 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
Harrison wants to find out if he can really make gems from charcoal or gold from lead. A geologist guest shows him that other kinds of rocks are cool too, especially meteorites.
|9:00 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
To find out more about tails, Harrison invites animal experts who bring over a live kangaroo, skunk, marten and snapping turtle.
|9:30 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
Harrison and a cheeky humanoid robot named Nao 1337 compete to see whether humans are better than robots. Along the way, Harrison discovers robots that'll do everything from vacuum your room to play chess against grandmasters.
|10:00 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
Harrison learns how water is formed and how we can conserve it.
|10:30 AM||Finding Stuff Out |
Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
|11:00 AM||Look Kool |
Hamza decides to replicate the patterns in his quilt with geometric shapes.
|11:30 AM||Look Kool |
Hamza tries to figure out why some shapes move through the air better than others.
|12:00 PM||Look Kool |
Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals.
|12:30 PM||Look Kool |
The gang finds out how lenses work.
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