List of programs broadcast by WGN America

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This is a list of television programs currently and formerly broadcast by WGN America, a Chicago-based cable superstation.

Current programming[edit]

1 Denotes syndicated programs also currently broadcast on WGN-TV/Chicago.

Original Programming[edit]

  • Salem (April 20, 2014 – present)
  • Manhattan (July 27, 2014 – present)

Syndicated series[edit]

Comedy programming[edit]

Drama programming[edit]

Religious programming[edit]

Newscasts and local programming from WGN-TV[edit]

  • Adelante, Chicago 1 (1995–present)
  • People to People 1 (1990–present)
  • WGN Morning News (simulcast of morning newscast; September 6, 1994 – 1997 and February 3, 2014–present)[1]
  • WGN Midday News 1 (formerly Chicago's Midday News and WGN News at Noon; simulcast of noon-1 p.m. CT portion, 1983–present)

Movie presentations[edit]

  • WGN America Drive-In Theatre (Sunday mornings and early afternoons, and weekend late nights; 2009–present)

Sports programming[edit]

WGN-TV Chicago, through its WGN Sports department, holds the broadcast rights to the following sports telecasts, which can be seen on WGN America:

Annual specials[edit]

Upcoming programming[edit]

Original programming[edit]

Drama programming[edit]

  • Ten Commandments (premieres November 4, 2014)[2]
  • Titans (2015)[3]
  • Underground (2015)[3]

In development[edit]

  • American Dream (TBA)[4]
  • Shadow Land (TBA)[5]
  • Ness (TBA)[6]
  • Radiant Doors (TBA)[7]
  • Scalped (TBA)[8]

Syndicated series[edit]

Comedy programming[edit]

Drama programming[edit]

Former programming[edit]

Syndicated series[edit]

WB network programming[edit]

See List of programs broadcast by The WB or List of programs broadcast by Kids' WB.

Newscasts and local programming from WGN-TV[edit]

Original programming[edit]

Short-form programming[edit]

Movie presentations[edit]

  • WGN Presents (1987-2003)
  • WGN Matinee Theater (weekend afternoons; 1993–2002)
  • WGN Action Theater (Saturday late nights; 1993–2002)
  • Way Back Wednesday (Wednesday evenings; 2007–2010)
  • Movie Underground (Friday evenings; 2008–2010)

Annual specials[edit]

References[edit]