KICU Light TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KICU Light TV in the San Fran/Sacramento Area

This is the KICU Light 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 AMPaid Programming 
Paid Programming.
6:30 AMPaid Programming 
Paid Programming.
7:00 AMThe Busy World of Richard Scarry 
Characters from the renowned children's author are brought to life in this delightful cartoon targeted at preschoolers. Scarry's tales about the whimsical animal residents of Busytown entertain and engage while offering important safety and educational tips.
7:30 AMThe Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures 
The animated escapades of mouse cousins who travel the world visiting relatives and solving mysteries. Based on characters from Aesop's fables.
8:00 AMInspector Gadget 
Outfitted with high-tech gizmos, a bumbling gumshoe clashes with the fiendish Dr. Claw. Although his zeal for justice never wavered, Gadget's gadgets often did, and at the most inopportune times. Luckily, the Maxwell Smart-like crimefighter was backed by his able niece Penny (a kind of pint-sized 99) and her faithful dog Brain.
8:30 AMNaturally, Sadie 
A charming comedy about a left-brained high-schooler with a logical approach to life.
9:00 AMMister Ed 
The hit sitcom about a talking palomino (voice of former cowboy star Allan `Rocky' Lane) and his young owner, Wilbur Post, was a galloping success (of course, of course). The series began in syndication in January 1961 and trotted onto the CBS schedule in October of that year, running until September 1965. In an interview, Alan Young, who played Wilbur, revealed that the horse chewed peanut butter to make it look like he was talking.
9:30 AMGreen Acres 
A popular, broadly played hoot about a city couple enjoying life down on the farm. The show came on the heels of `Petticoat Junction' and `The Beverly Hillbillies,' making CBS the place to be for cornpone comedy in the 1960s. Regulars from `Acres' and `Junction' routinely crossed over---easy enough since both series were set in the town of Hooterville.
10:00 AMTo Be Announced 
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12:00 PMTo Be Announced 
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2:00 PMTo Be Announced 
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4:00 PMThe Patty Duke Show 
A year after winning an Oscar for `The Miracle Worker,' Duke played Patty and Cathy Lane, `identical cousins all the way' (and received an Emmy nomination for the dual role). Patty was an extroverted Brooklyn Heights teen, while Cathy was a quieter, less impetuous and more cultured Scottish lass, living with her relatives until she finished school. Vastly different in every way, the cousins nevertheless made a good team for getting into (and out of) mischief.
4:30 PMThe Patty Duke Show 
A year after winning an Oscar for `The Miracle Worker,' Duke played Patty and Cathy Lane, `identical cousins all the way' (and received an Emmy nomination for the dual role). Patty was an extroverted Brooklyn Heights teen, while Cathy was a quieter, less impetuous and more cultured Scottish lass, living with her relatives until she finished school. Vastly different in every way, the cousins nevertheless made a good team for getting into (and out of) mischief.
5:00 PMMister Ed 
The hit sitcom about a talking palomino (voice of former cowboy star Allan `Rocky' Lane) and his young owner, Wilbur Post, was a galloping success (of course, of course). The series began in syndication in January 1961 and trotted onto the CBS schedule in October of that year, running until September 1965. In an interview, Alan Young, who played Wilbur, revealed that the horse chewed peanut butter to make it look like he was talking.
5:30 PMMister Ed 
The hit sitcom about a talking palomino (voice of former cowboy star Allan `Rocky' Lane) and his young owner, Wilbur Post, was a galloping success (of course, of course). The series began in syndication in January 1961 and trotted onto the CBS schedule in October of that year, running until September 1965. In an interview, Alan Young, who played Wilbur, revealed that the horse chewed peanut butter to make it look like he was talking.
6:00 PMHeartland 
A cash-strapped family ranch for distressed horses is the setting for this dramatic series.

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