Here’s what’s new on PIX11 this fall

new daytime lineup

 

The leaves aren’t the only things changing this autumn in New York — PIX11’s exciting new fall lineup begins Monday, Sept. 12.

We’re bringing you new programs we know you’ll love, and refreshing some of your favorites as well. What’s more, we’re more committed than ever to covering the news that matters to you.

Daytime TV worth watching  

  • 1 p.m. Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen

He’s earned the trust of millions of viewers, protecting kids against predators in his popular news shows. Now, Chris Hansen is on PIX11 as the new host of Crime Watch Daily.  Chris will bring his zeal for justice every day to our popular true-crime show.

  • 2 p.m. The Robert Irvine Show

He’s a fitness-focused celebrity chef with a heart of gold, and he’s bringing his “tough love” approach to problems from the kitchen to the homes of America. This is a very different kind of talk show.

  • 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. The Steve Wilkos Show

We know you love Steve Wilkos, but we also know you loved him even more back-to-back at 3 and 4 p.m. weekday afternoons — and we heard you! Wilkos is back in his most-popular time slot with a fresh batch of episodes you won’t want to miss.

  • 6:30 p.m. Celebrity Name Game

Celebrity Name Game is back for a new season, and now at a new time, conveniently right after our news. Catch Craig Ferguson for a hearty serving of dinner-time laughs!

  • 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Two and a Half Men

Two scoops of Two and a Half Men mean twice the laughs. It’s a perfect time to relax with a favorite sitcom — call it TV comfort food.

News about the news!

Kori Chambers will be joining the PIX11 News at 5, co-anchoring with Tamsen Fadal. John Muller joins Tamsen for the news at 6 and again at 10.

Kaity Tong will be taking the helm of PIX’s weekend newscasts, at 5 and 10, and also appearing on some of our weekday newscasts, bringing her beloved approach to storytelling.

Our news team is focused on finding tri-state area stories you won’t catch anywhere else, covering New York, neighborhood by neighborhood, 24/7. Watch and see what makes us New York’s heart-first station!