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Programs for WMOW-DT3 on Monday, December 18, 2017
12:00 AM
Lost in Space The Colonists (TV-G) After shutting down their communications system, the leader of a planet controlled by warrior women takes the Robinson men prisoner.
1:00 AM
Lost in Space Trip Through the Robot (TV-G) Dr. Smith and Will go looking for the Robot only to discover that the thick gaseous atmosphere around them has turned him into a giant.
2:00 AM
Lost in Space The Phantom Family (TV-G) Will leaves camp to relay a message to the Professor, and when he returns, he discovers that the rest of the Robinsons have been replaced by android copies.
3:00 AM
Lost in Space The Mechanical Men (TV-G) A band of tiny robots demands to have the Robot serve as their leader, but they discover he is too lenient and switch his personality with Dr. Smith's.
4:00 AM
Lost in Space The Astral Traveler (TV-G) Dr. Smith and Will stumble upon a time portal in a cave and are sent through it to a Scottish castle where they meet a headless ghost with a dark secret.
5:00 AM
Lost in Space The Galaxy Gift (TV-G) The Robinsons take a sick alien back to their ship to treat his illness, but they soon find themselves confronted by a trio of sinister aliens.
6:00 AM
Through the Decades Through the Decades: December 18 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
7:00 AM
Sounder (G, ***) During Great Depression, the 11-year-old son of a hard-working black family embarks on an enlightening journey when he meets his father and a schoolteacher.
9:30 AM
The Achievers Joe Louis (TV-PG) Boxing legend Joe Louis, known as the "Brown Bomber," was praised for his admirable embodiment of the African-American population.
10:00 AM
The Dick Cavett Show (TV-PG) Host and humorist Dick Cavett oversees an evolving format of talk and variety shows, providing intelligent discussions with celebrity guests and icons.
11:00 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
11:30 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
12:00 PM
Through the Decades Through the Decades: December 18 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
1:00 PM
Private Secretary A former stage actress takes a job as a secretary for a handsome talent agent and attempts to help him with his romantic life, as well as his business affairs.
1:30 PM
Private Secretary A former stage actress takes a job as a secretary for a handsome talent agent and attempts to help him with his romantic life, as well as his business affairs.
2:00 PM
The Dinah Shore Show Singer, actress and radio personality Dinah Shore hosts a series of productions featuring various interviews and performances from Hollywood celebrities.
3:00 PM
The Best of Hollywood Best of 1961: West Side Story, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Guns of Navarone (Repeat, TV-PG)
4:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
4:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
5:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Comics Dan Rowan and Dick Martin present a variety program featuring improv sketches, political satire, appearances from celebrities and musical performances.
6:00 PM
Through the Decades Through the Decades: December 18 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
7:00 PM
The Dick Cavett Show (TV-PG) Host and humorist Dick Cavett oversees an evolving format of talk and variety shows, providing intelligent discussions with celebrity guests and icons.
8:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Comics Dan Rowan and Dick Martin present a variety program featuring improv sketches, political satire, appearances from celebrities and musical performances.
9:00 PM
Through the Decades Through the Decades: December 18 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
10:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
10:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
11:00 PM
Norm Crosby's The Comedy Shop (TV-G) Rising stars in the world of comedy are featured as they attempt to provide audiences with the gift of laughter through non-stop hilarity.
11:30 PM
Hollywood Remembers The Leading Men Warren Beatty (TV-PG) An examination is taken of the life and extensive career of Warren Beatty, an American actor and filmmaker who has been nominated for 14 Academy Awards.
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