This is the WBII Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Memphis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|10:00 PM||Da Vinci's Inquest |
A controversial coroner in Vancouver helps crack unusual cases with a team of pathologists and homicide detectives.
|11:00 PM||Cold Squad |
A group of detectives solves murder cases.
|7:00 AM||Daytime |
An interview show featuring celebrity guests.
|8:00 AM||Merv Griffin's Crosswords |
Players answer questions to solve crossword puzzles.
|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||Petticoat Junction |
A widow and her three daughters (and Uncle Joe, who's a-movin' kinda slow) run the Shady Rest Hotel in Hooterville, whose clientele consists mainly of passengers on the spur line of an almost-defunct railroad.
|9:30 AM||The Joey Bishop Show |
The deadpan Rat Packer played an unmarried showbiz publicist in this sitcom's first season. But an overhaul of the show in the second year (with a title change to `The New Joey Bishop Show') turned the character into a married talk-show host and stand-up comedian. Celebrities appeared as themselves---guests on the fictional talk show. In its final season, the series moved to CBS, where it was broadcast in black and white (after being in color on NBC for three seasons).
|10:00 AM||Shotgun Slade |
If nothing else, this Western abut a frontier detective was different for its jazz score (composed by Gerald Fried) and odd mix of guest stars, ranging from Ernie Kovacs to NFL great Elroy `Crazylegs' Hirsch.
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