WEPA Retro Television TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WEPA Retro Television in the Brookville Area

This is the WEPA Retro Television TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Brookville Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

12:00 AMCold Squad 
Mickey (Tamara Craig Thomas) teams with an old flame to solve a cold case involving rival street gangs and a nanny.
1:00 AMDisasters of the Century 
2:00 AMPaid Programming 
Paid Programming.
2:30 AMPaid Programming 
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3:00 AMPaid Programming 
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3:30 AMPaid Programming 
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4:00 AMPaid Programming 
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4:30 AMPaid Programming 
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5:00 AMPaid Programming 
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5:30 AMPaid Programming 
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6:00 AMPaid Programming 
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6:30 AMPaid Programming 
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7:00 AMPaid Programming 
Paid Programming.
7:30 AMPaid Programming 
Paid Programming.
8:00 AMDaytime 
An interview show featuring celebrity guests.
9:00 AMMerv Griffin's Crosswords 
Players answer questions to solve crossword puzzles.
9:30 AMThe Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 
David gets his own house. The Nelsons.
10:00 AMThe Lucy Show 
Lucy leads a protest against a proposed freeway. Part 1 of two. Tinker: Mel Torme. John Bubbles: Himself. Doc: Paul Winchell. Mooney: Gale Gordon.
10:30 AMThe Joey Bishop Show    new  
11:00 AMThe Roy Rogers Show 
`King of the Cowboys' Roy Rogers headlined this popular kids-oriented series, along with his real-life wife, Dale Evans. They played ranchers trying to preserve the peace in the modern-day West. Pat Brady was Rogers' sidekick and the Sons of the Pioneers provided music support (as they did in many of Rogers' Republic Westerns).
11:30 AMThe Adventures of Annie Oakley 
12:00 PMThe Doctors 
Romance made the rounds on this lively, long-running drama about bed-hopping healers at a metropolitan medical center. It premiered the same day as `General Hospital.' Originally an anthology series, it switched to a serialized format in 1964 and went to color two years later. In 1972, it scored the Daytime Emmy for Best Drama.

How to Watch WEPA Retro Television

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