Published on Wednesday, 06 October 2010 17:31
Weigel Broadcasting's Me-Too is planning on airing a marathon of television shows created by Stephen J. Cannell this coming Saturday, October 9th. Cannell was the famous television show creator, producer, and writer that passed away last week from cancer at the age of 69. He was the man behind over 40 television shows, many of them some of the most popular shows in TV history.
To pay tribute to Stephen J. Cannell, Me-Too will air five one-hour episodes of a few of his shows, along with tributes to the man and his illustrious career.
The schedule for the "Stephen J. Cannell Marathon" for this Saturday is:
1:00pm - Black Sheep Squadron - "The 200 Pound Gorilla"
2:00pm - The Rockford Files - "The Countess"
3:00pm - The Greatest American Hero - "Operation Spoilsport"
4:00pm - Hardcastle and McCormick - "Killer B's"
5:00pm - The A-Team - "Labor Pains"
Me-Too can currently be seen over the air on analog channel 48, with a digital tuner and antenna on WCIU-TV 26-3, and on the following cable systems: Comcast 247, RCN 22, WOW 171, and AT&T U-verse 48.