What Fresh Hell Is This?

January 27, 2009

Help Save WBGN and "The It's Alive Show"

Let's face it folks, like it or not Pittsburgh is known for three things:

1) The Steelers
2) Primanti Brothers sandwiches
3) Zombies!!!

On Sunday, February 1, 2009 Comcast Cable is scheduled to drop WBGN-TV from its cable systems. WBGN is the region's only locally owned television station available on Comcast.

More importantly, WBGN honors Pittsburgh's rich horror and zombie traditions by airing The It's Alive Show on Saturday night.

If you've ever watched The It's Alive Show (or any other WBGN fare), then sign the petition to keep it on Comcast. (Please sign your full name.)

Keep WBGN and The It's Alive Show on the air.

Don't let Comcast take away our zombies!

Carbolic Smoke Ball gang on WBGN-TV's "It's Alive," 3/31/07


Bram Reichbaum said...

FINE!! You've talked me into it!

Maria said...

We have to protect our cultural heritage. :-)

Sherry said...

i signed! i love that show. i have to check it on-line now cause i don't have access to it any other way now but i love it and we need it in pgh!

Matt H said...

I hate zombies!

Maria said...


And you call yourself a Pittsburgher?!