- Classic TV digital network MeTV is tweaking their schedule starting tomorrow. New arrivals include The Patty Duke Show (moving from Antenna TV) at 6AM weekdays and Mama’s Family from 6-7PM weeknights. My Three Sons exits the lineup.
- Fellow classic TV diginet CoziTV is juggling their lineup for the first quarter, highlighted by the addition of The A-Team (1983-87) and the return of Charlie’s Angels. Dragnet, The Real McCoys, Run For Your Life and Zorro leave the schedule.
- Actor-turned-investment-guru Wayne Rogers passed away New Year’s Eve. Rogers played Trapper John M.D. on the first 3 seasons of military sitcom M*A*S*H and later portrayed a doctor again on the sitcom House Calls (1979-82). He had previously starred in the 1960-61 western series Stagecoach West and guested on many classic TV shows of the 60s and 70s. Among his credits: The Big Valley, Combat!, The F.B.I., Gomer Pyle USMC and Gunsmoke. Rogers was 82 years old.
The new schedule is highlighted by full episodes of Carson’s long-running late night talk show (also known as The Tonight Show) that aired on NBC until his retirement in 1992.
Antenna TV will air the hour-long format shows from the 1980s and 90s on weeknights, while the original 90-minute format episodes from the 1970s will air on weekends. Sadly, episodes from the 1960s and early 70s were mostly not preserved.
Other additions to Antenna TV’s winter schedule include Dear John, Mork & Mindy and Sabrina The Teenage Witch. For the complete schedule, click here.
Antenna TV airs on the digital subchannels of broadcast stations across America, including WPIX 11.2 New York, KTLA 5.2 Los Angeles, WGN 9.2 Chicago and KDAF 33.2 Dallas.