Classic Television Returns to Local TV!
You've been telling us that you want classic television shows back on TV. Now we're proud to announce that classic television shows from the MeTV Network have been added to the Heartland's CW (WQWQ-TV) daily line-up. Adding MeTV was an easy choice for us. MeTV's library of classics allows us to provide you with the some of the most loved and enjoyed shows ever on television.
The Heartland's CW will run at least 12 hours of MeTV programming each day. In addition to MeTV, our line-up will continue to include all programs offered from the CW Network, Heartland News re-broadcasts, and current events programs like America Now and Right This Minute. The addition of MeTV to The Heartland's CW really makes for a unique blend of programming that we think is the best we've ever offered on the station.
MeTV shows are already on The Heartland's CW but the network's new season actually beings on Monday, September 26. Just some of the MeTV shows that will run on The Heartland's CW include The Beverly Hillbillies, Perry Mason, Cannon, Gunsmoke, Rockford Files, The Twilight Zone, Bonanza, The Rifleman, Hogan's Heroes, Lost In Space, I Love Lucy, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and lots more.
MeTV is the new classic television network from Weigel Broadcasting Co. and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM). MeTV features a wide range of classic television shows considered to be some of the best programming produced for television. MeTV's library includes series from Twentieth Century Fox Television and CBS Television Distribution as well as independent series owners and producers.
The Heartland's CW (WQWQ-TV) is available over the air on channel 9 in the Paducah area, channel 24 in the Murray area, and channel 12.2 on digital receivers. The station is also available on the DirecTV and Dish Network local channel line-ups along with numerous cable systems. For a complete listing of where to find The Heartland's CW, viewers can log on to www.heartlandscw.com. Viewers who cannot get the station are recommended to contact their cable or satellite operator and request WQWQ-TV