WAOE HDTV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WAOE HDTV in the Peoria

This is the WAOE 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.

1:00 AMCornerStoreTV 
4:00 AMCornerStoreTV 
5:00 AMThis Week in AgriBusiness 
An agricultural show featuring weather forecasts, as well as interviews with farming leaders and lawmakers. Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong cohost.
6:30 AMDog Tales 
Family dog profile; Canine Partners teen therapy program; tips on clicker training; and a breed profile of pugs.
7:30 AMIn Search of the Lord's Way 
Bible-based messages are delivered.
8:00 AMCatholic Mass 
Religious services.
8:30 AMAt Issue 
A discussion series focusing on public-affairs issues.
9:30 AMAnimal Rescue 
A visit to a rescue center for pigs; saving a fawn who fell in a well; helping a cow out of a hole; and dog hygiene.
12:00 PMForensic Files 
The disappearance of a 23-year-old woman stumps investigators for three years until they receive a tip involving a man's refrigerated truck.
12:30 PMForensic Files 
The 1987 disappearance of Tracy Jo Shine, a Houston resident, is recalled. The investigation led to a dead end until 2000.
2:00 PMThe Carbonaro Effect 
Michael chops salad at a cooking class and cooks a meatball with his breath.
2:00 PMThe Carbonaro Effect 
Michael Carbonaro performs magical pranks on unsuspecting people in this hidden-camera series.
2:30 PMThe Carbonaro Effect 
Michael Carbonaro performs magical pranks on unsuspecting people in this hidden-camera series.
2:30 PMThe Carbonaro Effect 
A man goes bananas over Michael's self-stocking fridge.
3:00 PMWipeout 
Contestants compete on an extreme obstacle course for a $50,000 prize.
3:00 PMWipeout 
Obstacles faced include Snowman Surprise, Yule Log Jam (where Booty Pop butts in) and Big Balls (with a dolphin impersonator chattering away). Contestants include Studly Student, Pretty Piggy and the Quitter.

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