The premiere of the KMOS-TV local Fall programs is imminent! Learn more about our state with KMOS presents Missouri Life
, explore the arts in the region on Arts Upload
, and meet independent filmmakers on Upstart: Film
. It's a brand new local experience! There's more Missouri every week on "Your Thursday" beginning October 1.
Program schedule Changes on KMOS-TV
You may notice that we have made several changes to the program schedule, and we hope that you find new programs to enjoy. As with any change, we know you may have questions and comments, and we would appreciate hearing from you.
We want KMOS to become stronger and more responsive, and will consider your feedback
as we move forward. The changes are reflected in our newly revised program guide
(and pictured to the left).
In short, the changes were made based on viewership data and feedback over the last year. They include:
Creating Your Thursday,
a weekly schedule that features central Missouri;
Introducing Democracy Now!
a national, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez weeknights at 11:00, and broadcast of Charlie Rose at 10:00 several nights each week.
You can find Tavis Smiley and repeats of PBS NewsHour
and Nightly Business Report
on KMOS WORLD on Channel 6.3. This new service features documentaries and news programming.
Friday nights have changed with the addition of specials that comprise the PBS Fall Arts Festival
- which is broadcast nationwide each Friday night at 8:00
We have added several Masterpiece Mystery!
programs late on Fridays, which lead into the unique broadcast of the original Doctor Who episodes
Of course we continue to provide our trusted childrens programming each weekday and weekend morning, as well as favorites like Antiques Roadshow, NOVA, Nature, Frontline, and Masterpiece to name a few.
Fridays at 11:30 p.m.
Travel back in time to 1963 when a new science fiction series debuted on television. Now an international hit, Doctor Who began with these episodes, airing on KMOS-TV each Friday night. In the series pilot, schoolteachers Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton become intrigued by one of their pupils, Susan Foreman, and visit her home address - a junkyard at 76 Totter's Lane where they meet her grandfather, the Doctor. The Doctor and Susan are aliens who travel through time and space in their ship, the TARDIS, which looks like an ordinary police box but actually houses a huge gleaming control room. The TARDIS takes them all to a Palaeolithic landscape where they encounter a tribe that has lost the secret of fire.
Saturday night Concerts!
7 to 10 p.m. each Saturday night!
Tune in each week for performances from amazing singer/songwriters concerts beginning on October 3 with Hunter Hayes on Front and Center at 7:00, and the band America on Infinity Hall Live at 9. In-between, we present the 2015 Austin City Limits
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, as Loretta Lynn, Asleep at the Wheel, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt and Flaco Jimenez are honored by Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, Gillian Welch, Jason Isbell and others.
Nature Big Birds Can't Fly
October 7 at 7 p.m.
This is the unique story of flightless birds. They say a bird is three things - feathers, flight and song. But what happens when you're a bird who can't fly, who can't sing, and whose feathers are closer to fluff? Is this an evolutionary joke? Flightless birds include ostriches, emus, rheas, cassowaries and kiwis.
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration
October 13 at 7 p.m.
View dozens of classic TV and movie clips and hear comments from Moore's co-stars and Moore herself. Oprah Winfrey recounts Moore's critical role in inspiring her - and millions of others - as TV's first independent career woman.
Indian Summers on Masterpiece
Sundays at 8 p.m.
Explore the collision of the English ruling class and local people agitating for Indian independence in the twilight of British rule in India. The two sides clash and merge in intricate games of power, politics and passion. In this episode, the British arrive at their summer headquarters in northern India for a season of parties, romance and trouble - including attempted murder.