KDCG Television

KDCG Television KDCG features South Louisiana culture through locally produced music and cooking TV shows, as well as, the best in action, drama, and adventure from the Heroes & Icons Network!

KDCG is Acadiana's home of Heroes & Icons featuring unforgettable programming such as NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues, and ALL 5 Star Trek Series. KDCG also prominently features South Louisiana culture through locally produced music and cooking shows: Swamp 'N' Roll, Les Bons Temps Rouler, Grillin' with the Guru, and What's Cookin'. Charter 11 - Cox 9 - LUS 22 - Over the Air 50.2

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11/02/2020
Is this a real episode of 'Monk' or did we make it up?

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Image: The Everett CollectionMuch like how he conducts his detective work, Monk has a peculiarly and specific way when it comes to titling episodes throughout the series. Typically starting with "Mr. Monk and..." you always get a quick glimpse at what your favorite detective with an obsessive-compul...

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10/26/2020
Is this Star Trek character an alien or human?

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Even the most casual of Star Trek fans can notice the common trend of aliens encountered throughout Starfleet's numerous voyages of having primarily humanoid features. The reason for many of the major Trek aliens being human like is for a variety of reasons, primarily the budget. When Star Trek...

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10/11/2020
Can you name all these funky, groovy cars from the 1970s?

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Say one thing about cars in the 1970s — they certainly looked more unique. From bubbly hatchbacks to boat-sized sedans, the decades offered a gas-guzzler for everyone. If you learned how to parallel park with a 1977 Oldsmobile, well, we tip our hat to you.Even if you weren't driving one of these, ...

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KDCG is Acadiana's home of Heroes & Icons featuring unforgettable programming such as NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues, and ALL 5 Star Trek Series. KDCG also prominently features South Louisiana culture through locally produced music and cooking shows: Swamp 'N' Roll, Les Bons Temps Rouler, Grillin' with the Guru, and What's Cookin'. Charter 11 - Cox 9 - LUS 22 - Over the Air 50.2 http://kdcg.com/

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This Grilling with the Guru Show. I might turn into a professional cook if I keep watching😁😁😁
What's the auction BS......put the programming back on
I've watched just about all the local programs on 50.2 the last 3 months and you should make it 24 hours and the heroes and icons on another slot. Nobody would miss their favorite shows for sure. Just a suggestion
Hello, are you off the air right now? 3:12 pm, 1/15/19 ?
THE 13TH ANNUAL GUMBO COOK-OFF BENEFIT FOR KYLIE COULON https://www.facebook.com/events/2228976860693798/ Join us Saturday, January 26th, 2019 for The 13th Annual Gumbo Cook-Off benefit for Kylie Coulon in downtown Opelousas on the Corner of Landry and Oak Streets (521 East Landry Street), near Frank’s Poboys and Doran & Cawthorne Law Firm. This event is held each year to benefit a child in the local community. The beneficiary of this year is fourteen year old, Kylie Coulon. Kylie was born October 11, 2004 with a genetic disorder called Methylmalonic Acidemia, an inherited condition where the body is unable to process certain proteins and fats correctly. It can result in a number of issues including developmental delays, failure to thrive, long term feeding problems, and chronic kidney disease. Kylie had liver and kidney transplants in 2012 and had been doing well until last February, when she began experiencing kidney related complications. She has been at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston since July 16, 2018, with most of that time spent in ICU. Kylie’s treatment regimen requires a special diet, renal formula by feeding tube, and a number of medications Although the highlight of the event is The Gumbo Cook-Off, also featured will be a Motorcycle & Jeep Run, Kid’s Activity Area, Silent and Live Auctions, Food, Drinks, and lots of Music & Dancing. While this is a free event, the entry fee to participate in the Cook-Off is $50. For a donation, spectators are invited to taste participant's’ entries, once samples are turned in for judging. Prizes are awarded for First Place Champion, Second Place, and Third Place, in two categories Chicken & Sausage Gumbo and Seafood Gumbo. A specially designed Gumbo Cook-Off Paddle will be passed from the prior year’s reigning champion to a new Gumbo Cook-Off Grand Champion with the best overall gumbo. Grounds open at 8AM, Kick Off Ceremony is at 10AM, and Auction begins at 2PM, immediately followed by the Winners Ceremony. Music will continue throughout the day, until 6PM. Please join us in showing Kylie and her family all the love and support The Gumbo Foundation supporters and our community has to offer. All proceeds benefit Kylie and her family to assist with medical and related expenses. Checks can be made payable to The Gumbo Foundation, P.O. Box 1478, Opelousas, LA 70571. Rules, registration forms, and donations are available via the Sign Up button on our page. Please Visit, Like, and Share the page at www.facebook.com/TheGumboCookOff or the event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/2228976860693798/.
Channel 22 is off the air
local music
Very good Cajun show