Superior, Wisconsin


TV Stations



We found 8 TV stations broadcasting 38 digital TV channels in the Superior, Wisconsin, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

KQDS Fox 21 Duluth, MN
CH 21UHF13.8 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • FOX21.1
  • Antenna TV21.2
KBJR KBJR 6 Superior, WI
CH 6UHF13.5 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • NBC6.1
  • CBS6.2
  • MyNetworkTV6.3
CH 10VHF13.4 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • ABC10.1
  • MeTV10.2
  • Ion10.3
  • Defy TV10.4
  • TrueReal10.5
  • Newsy10.6
KDLH Duluth CW Duluth, MN
CH 3UHF13.5 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • CW3.1
  • True Crime Network3.2
  • Laff3.3
  • Court TV3.4
  • Ion Mystery3.5
  • Quest3.6
WDSE PBS North Duluth, MN
CH 8VHF13.7 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS8.1
  • World8.2
  • Create8.3
  • Minnesota Channel8.4
  • PBS Kids8.5
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KCWV  Duluth, MN
CH 27UHF13.3 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • TCT27.1
  • SonLife27.2
  • Grit27.3
  • Bounce TV27.4
  • Twist27.5
WRPT PBS North Hibbing, MN
CH 31UHF67.0 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS31.1
  • World31.2
  • Create31.3
  • Minnesota Channel31.4
  • PBS Kids31.5
WIRT  Hibbing, MN
CH 13VHF67.0 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • ABC13.1
  • MeTV13.2
  • Ion13.3
  • Defy TV13.4
  • TrueReal13.5
  • Newsy13.6

TV Stations in Superior, Wisconsin

Callsign Channel Network
KQDS 21 FOX +1
WDIO 10 ABC +5
KDLH 3 CW +5
KCWV 27 TCT +4
WRPT 31 PBS +4
WIRT 13 ABC +5
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