WCCB-TV is the CW affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina. The station is owned by Bahakel Communications, Ltd. also based in Charlotte.
WCCB is on virtual channel 18 (UHF digital channel 18).
Primetime programming includes shows like Batwoman, Nancy Drew, Supergirl, Riverdale, The Flash, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, All American, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Whose Line Is It Anyway? and many more.
Syndicated programming on WCCB includes Ellen, The Drew Barrymore Show, Mom, Mike & Molly, Black-ish, Two Broke Girls, and Friends.
Subchannels on WCCB are Me TV, Antenna TV, QVC Over the Air, Start TV, Cozi TV, Dabl, and HSN.
WCCB produces the following shows from their studios in Charlotte:
WCCB NEWS RISING – 5–9 AM Monday – Friday
WCCB NEWS @ TEN – 10–11 PM nightly
WCCB NEWS EDGE – 11 PM Monday – Friday (encore: 4:30 AM Tuesday – Saturday)
WCCB NEWS @ SIX – 6 PM Saturday & Sunday
WCCB NEWS GOT GAME – 11 PM Sunday (encore: 4:30 AM Monday)
About Bahakel Communications, Ltd.
Bahakel Communications, Ltd. is a regional broadcaster in the southern United States. Founded by the late Cy Bahakel in 1953, Bahakel Communications owns 6 television stations (WCCB in Charlotte, NC; WOLO-TV in Columbia, SC; WFXB in Myrtle Beach, SC; WAKA and WBMM in Montgomery, AL; and WBBJ-TV in Jackson, TN), operates an additional television station WNCF in Montgomery, AL under a shared services agreement, and owns 11 radio stations (KFMV, KOKZ, KWLO, and KXEL in Waterloo, IA; KILO and KRXP in Colorado Springs, CO; WDEF, WDEF-FM, WDOD, WDOD-FM, and WUUQ-FM in Chattanooga, TN). A family-owned company headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Bahakel Communications is committed to excellence in innovative local television and radio broadcasting and recognition of the true value of its employees.