My32

MY32 is the place for entertainment programming in Northeast Wisconsin as well as live broadcasts of High School Football and the Wisconsin Herd Basketball team.

MY32 first signed on the air in 1984 as independent WXGZ. It changed its call sign in 1994 to WACY, and its lineup included UPN programming and several children’s programs. Journal Communications purchased the station in 2012, creating a duopoly with WGBA.

In April 2015 it became a member of the E.W. Scripps family. MY32 carries the best current and past comedy line up such as 2 Broke Girls, Mom, Mike & Molly, Two & A Half Men and Modern Family.

We also program a full weekend evening of blockbuster movies each Saturday and Sunday:

THIS WEEK

Saturday 4/10

1:00pm “Meatballs Part II” 1984, Richard Mulligan, Hamilton Camp

7:00pm “About Last Night” 1986, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore (R 4/24 7p)

Sunday 4/11

7:00pm “Meatballs Part II” 1984, Richard Mulligan, Hamilton Camp

THE FOLLOWING WEEK

Saturday 4/17

1:00pm “Beverly Hills Ninja” 1997, Chris Farley, Nicollette Sheridan

7:00pm No Movie

Sunday 4/18

7:00pm “Beverly Hills Ninja” 1997, Chris Farley, Nicollette Sheridan

THE WEEK AFTER

Saturday 4/24

1:00pm “The Blue Lagoon” 1980, Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins

7:00pm “About Last Night” 1986, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore

Sunday 4/25

7:00pm “The Blue Lagoon” 1980, Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins