“The Winchesters” premiered as the number one most-watched series debut of the season, right here on WISH-TV and the CW.
It’s also the prequel to the long-running series “Supernatural,” a show about a family of demon hunters, and the actress who plays a demon hunter in training on the show, Nida Khurshid, joined us Tuesday on “All Indiana” to discuss her role as Latika, her modeling career, writing a cookbook and more.
America’s favorite court show featuring the first-ever three-judge panel on television begins anew with two new accomplished and fresh faces joining the bench beginning Monday, October 31.
On “Hot Bench” season 9, Judge Yodit Tewolde and Judge Rachel Juarez will join series vet Judge Michael Corriero, as the trio takes on real small claims cases from courthouses across the country.
“Hot Bench” airs weekdays on MyINDY-TV 23 at 12:00 p.m. & 12:30 p.m.
For more than two decades, Criss Angel has dominated the world of magic as “the greatest magician in history,” and The CW Network has revealed the judges, host and the celebrity guest lineup for the new alternative competition series “Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars,” premiering Saturday, October 22 at 8 p.m. ET.
In each episode, two celebrities train with Criss and learn his award-winning, revolutionary magic to compete and create a mind-blowing series of magic performances. The celebrity competitors are tasked with mastering three major categories of magic which they perform in front of a panel of three judges: “the number one magician on the planet” (Las Vegas Sun), Criss Angel, Emmy® Award-winning comedian Loni Love and master magician Lance Burton.
In each episode, the highest-scoring celebrity will win the coveted Golden Wand. The series is filmed on the Amystika stage in the Criss Angel Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino Las Vegas, with acclaimed comedian and actor Eddie Griffin (“Undercover Brother,” “A Star is Born”) serving as host.
Celebrity guests slated to compete in Season 1 of “Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars,” include model Cynthia Bailey (“The Real Housewives of Atlanta”), actor Brec Bassinger (“DC’s Stargirl”), actor Michael Ian Black (“Wet Hot American Summer”), actor Corbin Bleu (“High School Musical”), actor Miles Brown (“Black-ish”), choreographer Maksim Chmerkovskiy (“Dancing With the Stars”), four-time UFC Champion Randy Couture, former NFL tight end Vernon Davis, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Flavor Flav, singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson, R&B singer Ginuwine, Olympic athlete Lolo Jones, two-time UFC Champion Frank Mir, actor Frankie Muniz (“Malcolm in the Middle”), R&B singer Omarion, singer and performer Donny Osmond (“Donny & Marie”), pop singer Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), actor Matt Walsh (“Veep”) and Olympic figure skaters Johnny Weir and gold medalist Tara Lipinski.
Meg Donnelly and Drake Rodger, stars of “The Winchesters” joined George Mallet Monday on “All Indiana” to discuss the new show.
“The Winchesters” premieres Tuesday, October 11, from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET on the CW.
About “The Winchesters”:
Across the world, brave individuals known as Hunters fight an unseen battle against the elements of darkness to protect humanity. In 1972, a ragtag group of Hunters old and new, discover a deadly threat that their predecessors have been attempting to thwart for years.
Mary Campbell, raised to fight by her parents, and John Winchester, kept in the dark his whole life, team up to save the world and discover their true legacy in the process.
Actress Katherine McNamara joined “All Indiana” host Randall Newsome to discuss the new show “Walker Independence” premiering Thursday, October 6, at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
Set in the late 1800s, an origin story of The CW’s current hit series “Walker,” “Walker Independence” follows Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara, “Arrow”), an affluent and tough-minded Bostonian whose husband is murdered before her eyes while on their journey out West.
After crossing paths with Calian (Justin Johnson Cortez, “911: Lone Star”), a curious Apache tracker, Abby arrives in the town of Independence, Texas, where she encounters diverse and eclectic residents running from their pasts, chasing their dreams, and keeping their own secrets, including Kate Carver (Katie Findlay, “The Carrie Diaries”), an idiosyncratic burlesque dancer with perhaps too keen an interest in Abby’s origins, and Kai (Lawrence Kao, “Wu Assassins”), a soulful Chinese immigrant who runs a local restaurant/laundry and offers Abby friendship without agenda.
Abby also literally runs into Hoyt Rawlins (Matt Barr, “Walker”), a slippery rogue, thief, and con artist with a dented heart of gold who quickly eyes Abby as a mark, until she turns the tables on him.
In seeking justice for her husband, Abby encounters Independence’s noble deputy sheriff, Augustus (Philemon Chambers, “Single All the Way”), and his new boss, Sheriff Tom Davidson (Greg Hovanessian, “Another Life”), who she has reason to believe is a very bad man indeed. Abby and Hoyt soon find themselves precariously aligned, both seeking to uncover the truth about the identity of Abby’s husband’s killer, and vow to save Independence – a frontier boomtown where nothing is what it seems.
A new season of “Women of Wrestling” premieres this weekend on Saturday, September 17.
Wrestlers Foxxy Fierce and Kandi Krush joined us Thursday on “All Indiana” to discuss some of their strategies and what you can expect from this season.
Fans can learn more about their favorite WOW Superheroes on the WOW website wowe.com and any of the social media platforms @wowsuperheroes.
Are you familiar with family drama? What happens when those arguments around the dinner table turn mean and ugly?
That’s when it’s time to call in Judge Rhonda Wills, host of “Relative Justice.”
She joined us Friday on “All Indiana” to discuss the show’s new season.
It airs weekdays at 11 a.m. on MYINDY-23.
The third season of DC’S “Stargirl” premieres on Wednesday, August 31 at 8 p.m. ET.
Joel McHale has been upped to a series regular this season. He plays Sylvester Pemberton/the original Starman.
Tuesday on “All Indiana” we were joined by him and Brec Bassinger, who plays Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl.
The CW drama series DC’S “Stargirl” follows high school student Courtney Whitmore (Brec Bassinger) and her stepfather Pat Dugan (Luke Wilson) as she leads an unlikely group of young heroes to take on the legacy of DC’s very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America. The third season finds Starman (Joel McHale) back from the dead and offering to train Courtney while she helps him adjust to his new life in the quiet town of Blue Valley. But when there’s a murder that needs to be solved, the mystery will not only have our heroes questioning the former super-villains’ commitment to truly reforming, but lead Courtney, Pat and Starman to a secret that will shock them all to their very core.
The series focuses on the character that started creator Geoff Johns’ career as a comic book writer when he created her in 1999, lovingly inspired by his late sister who was killed in a 1996 plane crash.
Former New York City prosecutor, journalist and television personality Star Jones is back behind the bench as she takes over as “Divorce Court” judge.
The show kicked off its 23rd season on Monday, and it airs on MyINDY-TV 23 weekdays at 10:30 a.m.
“As a fan of television’s longest-running court show, I was honored to be considered to take over the ‘Divorce Court’ TV bench, following in the footsteps of three incredible women, Judge Mablean Ephriam, Judge Lynn Toler, and Judge Faith Jenkins,” said the original “The View” co-host in a press release. “I will offer the parties before ‘Divorce Court,’ as well as viewers, a no-nonsense approach to the law and a decision driven by my proven legal expertise, compassion and empathy, personal experiences and hard-earned common sense.”
Watch the video above to hear from her about the show’s premiere.
The second season of the CW show, “Mysteries Decoded” is coming to your screens on July 6 at 8 p.m. ET.
“All Indiana” host Randall Newsome spoke with the show’s host and private investigator Jennifer Marshall ahead of the new season.
Watch the video above to hear from her.