KPIX Start TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KPIX Start TV in the San Fran/Sacramento Area

This is the KPIX Start TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the San Fran/Sacramento Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

6:00 AMDr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 
Willie Nelson as a legendary lawman. Chad Allen, Jane Seymour, Leland Adams.
7:00 AMDr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 
Race bars Anthony from school. Brandon Hammond, Henry G. Sanders, Jonelle Allen.
8:00 AMTouched by an Angel 
A baseball player gets life lessons from Monica. Ivan Sergei, Kevin Dobson.
9:00 AMTouched by an Angel 
A journalist won't face up to her drinking problem. Phylicia Rashad, Erica Gimpel, Melissa Lee Andrew.
11:00 AMMedium 
It's a race against time as Allison tracks a serial killer after she has visions of murders. Meanwhile, Bridgette struggles to prepare a class presentation on her parents' vocations.
12:00 PMMedium 
Scanlon confronts his past.
1:00 PMCrossing Jordan 
Jordan probes the death of a politico's daughter. Sara Botsford, Shawn Christian, Daniel Roebuck.
2:00 PMCrossing Jordan 
Jordan tries to solve a kidnapping. Wallace Shawn, Howard Hesseman, Meta Golding.
3:00 PMCold Case 
Lilly investigates the 2000 murder of a bank teller, who was gunned down during a robbery, after the same bank is hit again by thieves wearing similar disguises and equipped with identical weapons.
4:00 PMCold Case 
The 1998 murder of a young Colombian woman who was a drug mule is reinvestigated. Lilly soon learns that Valens knew the victim when he was an undercover cop working a drug case.
5:00 PMCagney & Lacey 
Cagney meets Dory's kids; Harvey Jr. plays with Lacey's gun. Tony LaTorre, Angela Clarke, Edmond Stoiber, Allan Miller.
6:00 PMThe Closer 
In the Season 3 opener, a family is murdered, and the only survivor is the drug-addled teen son. Meanwhile, a financial crisis rocks the LAPD, bringing about budget cuts and possibly Provenza's early retirement.

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