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What's coming up on WISC?

Published On: Feb 06 2014 02:18:01 PM CST
Updated On: Oct 29 2014 02:26:01 PM CDT

The Wendy Williams Show at 3pm and Dr. Oz at 4pm now lead into Live At Five!  If you haven't watched Wendy Williams yet, give it a chance... we think you'll like it!  And watching Dr. Oz is a no brainer to keep up on your health!

Catch our local weekly and monthly produced shows: For The Record with Neil Heinen (News & Current Events), Sundays at 10am on WISC. Sidelines (Sports Talk) airs Saturdays at 10:35pm on WISC and Fridays on TVW at 10pm. Don't forget the Madison Magazine TV Show which airs the 1st Saturday of every month at 6:30pm on WISC (with additional airings on TVW the following Saturdays)!  The Madison Magazine TV Show turned 1 year old in October.  Tune in & enjoy our show, all about food, drink, lifestyle, culture and entertainment in and around Madison, Wisconsin!  You can always see these shows online as well, right here on and also!

Thursday Night Football is over now.  Hope you caught a few games... especially that Packers/Vikings game!  Returning to the air on Thursdays are The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two and A Half Men and Elementary.  New to the lineup is the new comedy The McCarthy's at 8:30pm!

The new Fall dramas Madam Secretary with the spectacular Tea Leoni, Tim Daly and Bebe Neuwirth, NCIS: New Orleans starring Scott Bakula, Scorpion and its cast of nerdy masterminds, and the super creepy and scary series Stalker are doing quite well and renewed for the full season.  Starting Thursday Nov 30, don't forget to tune in on Thursday nights for the new gutbusting comedy The McCarthys starring Laurie Metcalf!

Watch for the new CSI spinoff CSI: Cyber in the spring of 2015!  Patricia Arquette stars as the FBI Cyber Chief.  There are all kinds of new criminals and new crimes out there.  With Cyber threats being listed as the United States top danger last year, CSI: Cyber will have plenty of material to work with.

Battle Creek starring the handsome Josh Duhamel, and The Odd Couple both premiere later in the season.

You'll be glad to hear that 21 CBS series have returned to television's strongest schedule!  Keep it on WISC-TV3 and CBS and don't forget to set those DVRs!

CBS rings in the Holidays with Very Merry programming!  Watch for the following Holiday Specials: 

The Thanksgiving day Parade on CBS, Thu Nov. 27

Frosty the Snowman, Fri Nov 28

Yes, Virginia, Fri Nov 28

The Flight befoer Christmas, Sat Nov 29

The Story of Santa Claus, Sat Nov 29

A Very Grammy Christmas, Fri Dec 5

I Love Lucy Christmas Special, Sun Dec 7

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Tue Dec 9

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Tue Dec 9

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Sat Dec 13

Frosty The Snowman, Sat Dec 13

Frosty Returns, Sat Dec 13

A Home For The Holidays, Fri Dec 19

The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, Tue Dec 30

For a complete Fall program list for CBS Prime time, see below.


7:00 2 Broke Girls

7:30 The Millers

8:00 Scorpion (NEW)

9:00 NCIS: Los Angeles


7:00 NCIS

8:00 NCIS: New Orleans (NEW)

9:00 Person of Interest


7:00 Survivor

8:00 Criminal Minds

9:00 Stalker (NEW)


7:00 The Big Bang Theory

7:30 Mom

8:00 Two and a Half Men

8:30 The McCarthys (NEW)

9:00 Elementary


7:00 The Amazing Race

8:00 Hawaii Five-0

9:00 Blue Bloods


7:00 Crimetime Saturday

8:00 Crimetime Saturday

9:00 48 Hours Mystery


6:00 60 Minutes

7:00 Madam Secretary (NEW)

8:00 The Good Wife

9:00 CSI



The McCarthys

The Odd Couple (midseason)


Battle Creek (midseason)

CSI: Cyber (midseason)

Madam Secretary

NCIS: New Orleans



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