Steve Wilkos

Steve Wilkos talks celebrating his TV show's 16th season

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Steve Wilkos is celebrating the 16th season of his eponymous television show, and you can catch it on The CW Las Vegas. He joined us live Friday to talk more about his path from the U.S. Marine Corps to talk show host, along with some of his favorite Las Vegas memories.
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‘Steve Wilkos’ Renewed for Season 16 in Broadcast Syndication

The Steve Wilkos Show will return this fall for its 16th season in broadcast syndication, said Tracie Wilson, executive vice president, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios & E! News. The Steve Wilkos Show, the host of which is a veteran of the Chicago police department and the U.S. Marine Corp., was spun...
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From Mike Tyson’s Airport Brawl To Cold Cases, Steve Wilkos Reveals Juicy Details About His Show, More

Mike and Carla talked to Steve Wilkos, who is in Las Vegas for CrimeCon on Friday, April 29. You can visit his booth at the expo center at the Paris Hotel. Wilkos will be hosting a true-crime discussion about a previous case that he had on his show about a missing girl named Relisha Rudd, and he’ll also take part in meeting with some of his true-crime fans. He is currently in his 15th Season of his self-titled show. He says his show “has shifted towards the True Crime genre, and it’s been really fascinating to see some of the stories we are tackling.”
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Catching Up with Steve Wilkos

Brad gets a chance to talk to Steve Wilkos as he gets ready to finish up the 15th season of the Steve Wilkos Show. You can catch it here on AZTV7, Monday through Friday at 10 am and 11 am. For more information visit

TV host Steve Wilkos shares secret to longevity of his talk show

Going into season 15, TV host Steve Wilkos gives insight as to what makes “The Steve Wilkos Show” stand out from the rest. The security-guard-turned-host tackles everyday issues from a police perspective. “The Steve Wilkos Show” airs daily on KTLA. Doug Kolk reports for KTLA 5 News at 10 p.m. on Nov. 17, 2021

Steve Wilkos Celebrates 15 Years Hosting 'The Steve Wilkos Show'

With numerous lives changed and a pandemic under his belt, Steve is celebrating the 15 year milestone for his show. "It's a long time... 15 years. If you think about all of the talk shows that have been on, there's probably only 10 or 15 that made it to season 15. It's a great accomplishment for my staff and myself. I can't image doing my show for 15 more years! Telling these real life stories... they're fascinating. It just feels very satisfying that you're doing a show that really is helping people," Wilkos said.

My24 Inside Look | Interview with Steve Wilkos (11.01.21)

Get an Inside Look on Military, Police Force, and television veteran Steve Wilkos and THE STEVE WILKOS SHOW! My24's Bryon Jende catches up with Steve who is in the midst of the 15th season of his hit talk show. They discuss "Steve's Survivors," his thoughts on true crime stories and enthusiasts, helping people, and more. Watch all-new episodes of THE STEVE WILKOS SHOW weekdays at 3pm on Milwaukee's My24!
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Steve Wilkos show focusing on people wrongly convicted of crime

DALLAS (KDAF) — The Steve Wilkos Show is diving deep into true crime. This season, the show is doing a new series focusing on “Steve’s Survivors,” where they will be interviewing people who were wrongly convicted for a crime and took their lives into their own hands, making the changes to better themselves.