KBTX-TV Launches UPN Station

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Viewers in the Brazos Valley can now choose from a wide range of classics, comedies, and cutting edge programming. KBTX-TV cut the ribbon on a brand new television station Monday, the newest television station in the Brazos Valley.

UPN Bryan College Station, or UPN BCS, is only the second local television station in the Brazos Valley. It operates under the flagship of KBTX-TV. It's call letters are KBTX-DT because it is a digital tier television station.

UPN BCS is a full power 24 hour a day television station which offers programming seven days a week.

The daytime morning hours on UPN BCS gives you classic, family friendly shows from television's past. Shows like I Love Lucy, The Brady Bunch, and The Andy Griffith Show.

The laughs begin in the early afternoons with Sanford and Son, Good Times, The Nanny, and Mad About You.

The laughs continue with comedies from the 90's during UPN Laughternoons. Comedies for Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, and Queen Latifah will be the order of the day.

At 7 p.m., UPN Bryan College Station joins the UPN Network. The network, on the air for over 10 years, has original programming for a young and fun audience. Shows like the critically acclaimed Veronica Mars and the Golden Globe nominee Everybody Hates Chris show the power of UPN.

Monday and Thursday nights are home to great hit comedies. Friday nights are devoted to the wrestling fans with WWE Smackdown.

Oprah makes her appearance on UPN BCS. If you miss Oprah at four, now you can catch her at 9 p.m. Nightly.

Late-night programming beginning at 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, includes "Will & Grace," "Seinfeld," "Blind Date" and "Fear Factor."

Everything from action movies to lifestyle shows will dominate the weekends, and overnights will be for the hunters and fishermen in the area with The Sportsman Channel.

UPN BCS will be operated by KBTX-TV, with studios in Bryan.

UPN BCS is on Cox Cable Channel 20 locally, or free on the KBTX digital platform (like our high-definition channel) at 3.2. Other cable systems in outlining communities will be coming on soon.