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WCAU-TV Newscasts (1948 - Current)
WCAU-TV in Philadelphia presently broadcasts 43 hours, 25 minutes of locally produced newscasts each week. News has been produced at WCAU-TV from when the station went on the air on in 1948.
WCBS-TV Newscasts (1941 - Current)
Everyday, these local newscasts are seen presentally locally produced by WCBS-TV, an east coast flagship station of the CBS Television Network, which is located in New York City.
WCCO-TV Newscasts (1949 - Current)
WCCO presently broadcast 41 & a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week.
WCVB-TV Newscasts (1972 - Current)
WCVB-TV in Boston presently broadcasts 41 hours of locally produced newscasts each week.
WCW Monday Nitro (1995 - 2001)
WCW, owned by Ted Turner was in it's day the superior brand of wrestling. WCW Monday Nitro won the ratings war for 2 straight years between 1996 and 1998. Nitro debuted in the Mall Of America in 1995 and was well on it's way to the top. In 1996 collosal superstar Hulk Hogan turned heel and formed th...
WCW Saturday Night (1992 - 2000)
WCW Saturday Night was the weekly Saturday night TV show on TBS, produced by World Championship Wrestling. The show featured a hi-tech, futuristic design with a unique entry way of slide-open doors and billowing smoke as the performers made their way to the ring.
WCW Thursday Thunder (1998 - 2001)
WCW attempted an expansion with Thursday Thunder to try and make more money by accomodating their rather large roster of wrestlers. Fans didn't have to wait a week for their story continuation, they only had to wait 4 days. Truth be told the existence of Thunder can be widely credited for the subseq...
WDIV-TV Newscasts (1947 - Current)
WDIV-TV in Detroit presently broadcasts 36 and a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week.
We'll Get By (1974 - 1975)
Family in New Jersey getting by during the 70s. Adam Arkin played the dad. Paul Sorvino played the grandfather. Willie Aames was one of the kids. Created and written by Alan Alda.
Weakest Link (2001 - 2003)
Based on the British show of the same name, eight contestants compete for $1,000,000 by answering questions in a chain. Hosted by Anne Robinson on NBC and George Gray in syndication.
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