WCIA HDTV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WCIA HDTV in the Peoria

This is the WCIA HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Peoria. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

3:00 PMThe Rachael Ray Show 
Celebrity chef and author Rachael Ray hosts this cooking and talk show. Rachael demonstrates how to cook quick and easy-to-prepare meals that viewers can replicate in their own kitchens. She also features celebrity guests who she interviews, performs for the audience, and oftentimes cook with her.
4:00 PMciLiving 
A lifestyle magazine focusing on people and places in Central Illinois.
5:00 PMWCIA 3 News at 5:00    new  
Local news, sports and weather.
5:30 PMCBS Evening News With Norah O'Donnell    new  
Veteran journalist Norah O'Donnell anchors this weeknight survey of major news stories, which also includes human-interest segments as well as interviews with news-makers.
6:00 PMWCIA 3 News at 6:00    new  
Local news, sports and weather.
6:30 PMWCIA 3 News at 6:30pm    new  
Local news, sports and weather.
7:00 PMThe Neighborhood    new  
Calvin decides to splurge on an expensive jacket, then worries it's too special to risk wearing outside the house. Also, Dave and Gemma worry their new friends' daughter is a bad influence on Grover.
7:30 PMBob (Hearts) Abishola    new  
Abishola gets the surprise of a lifetime when she finds out Bob has flown in Dele and her mother, Ebun, from Nigeria. However, the joy is cut short when Ebun's constant criticism makes Bob question his success as a businessman.
9:00 PMNCIS: Hawai'i    new  
10:00 PMWCIA 3 News at 10:00    new  
Local news, sports and weather.
11:37 PMThe Late Late Show With James Corden 
The British actor and comedian steps into late night, taking the reins from previous host Craig Ferguson.
1:07 AMRightThisMinute    new  
1:37 AMPawn Stars 
The first American coin ever made; a "Jetsons" cartoon lunchbox; a hood ornament from an Austrian automaker; and an ancient Latin book are featured.
2:07 AMCBS Overnight News    new  
Local and national news, weather and sports.

How to Watch WCIA HDTV

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