The Southern Weekend on TV

Welcome to The Southern Weekend on TV. We’re very glad you’re here.

We created our television show for a simple reason … we love weekends in the South.

We love to hit the road and visit the amazing places our region has to offer. We go to big cities and small towns. We surf, pet goats, zipline in caves, and drink a lot of whiskey. We especially love Southern food, with all the tradition and hospitality that goes into it. We explore the South so you can too.

Follow along as our host Molly McKinney takes you to all of the can’t-miss locations throughout the South.

2019 Broadcasts

Is The Southern Weekend coming to your area? When are the new episodes coming? Stay tuned and check back at this spot as we set our 2019 slate.

Where to Watch

The Southern Weekend airs multiple times a year on several television stations around the country. Check out this list of stations to see it in your area!
(check local listings for times and dates)

Albany WALB; Amarillo KFDA/KZBZ; Augusta WFXG; Baton Rouge WAFB/WBXH; Biloxi WLOX; Birmingham WBRC; Boise KNIN; Cape Girardeau KFVS/WQWQ; Charleston WCSC; Charlotte WBTV; Cincinnati WXIX; Cleveland WOIO/WUAB; Columbia WIS; Columbus WTVM/WXTX; Dothan WDFX; Evansville WFIE; Hattiesburg WDAM; Honolulu KGMB/KHNL; Huntsville WAFF; Jackson WDBD/WLBT; Jonesboro KAIT; Knoxville WTNZ; Lake Charles KPLC/KVHP; Louisville WAVE; Lubbock KCBD; Memphis WMC; Montgomery WSFA; Myrtle Beach WMBF; New Orleans WVUE; Odessa KWES/KWAB; Ottumwa KYOU; Panama City WPGX; Richmond WUPV/WWBT; Sarasota WWSB; Savannah WTOC; Shreveport KSLA; Tallahassee WTXL; Toledo WTOL/WUPW; Tucson KOLD; Tyler KLTV/KTRE; Waco KXXV; West Palm Beach WFLX; Wichita Falls KAUZ/KSWO; Wilmington WECT/WSFX.

What’s On

Here are segments that have recently aired on our show.

If you’re looking for an incredible BBQ sandwich in Memphis, you should start with the first

You probably haven’t heard of the other famous Memphian whose home became a museum

This Civil War stockade is now a bed and breakfast

At Telfair Museums you can take a walk through history

The best way to see Savannah is by kayak

At this Savannah restaurant you can see where your dinner was caught

This market serves up 25K pounds of crab in a single week

The South’s best taco has carrots on it

Explore a swamp without leaving the city

Hunt for treasure in this maze like market