I grew up outside Tulsa, OK. They had a crapload of local shows that I loved and remember to this day.
The Uncanny Film Festival was a staple for Saturday night viewing. It starred Gailard Sartain, "Sherman Oaks" and a VERY young Gary Busey (before he cracked his head open and lost his mind).
Another great one was Uncle Zeb. How this man put up with kids for nearly ten years is beyond me, but the show was insane and gleefully stole music from Perrey and Kingley's The In Sound From Way Out! album.
And last, but certainly not least is Fantastic Theatre with Peter Hardt. I begged to stay up to watch this with my oldest brother, but they had to keep me out of the room until after the theme music played because it scared me sh*tless and I would scream and cry. Man, did they ever show crappy movies! "The Human Duplicators" and "The 4D Man" were two that stuck in my memory.
If you want to get a good taste of good ol' Tulsa weirdness and history from the TV generation, check out this site:http://tulsatvmemories.com/index.html
And don't forget to check out the areas about Weird Al's "UHF" being filmed in Tulsa and look into the history of Cain's Ballroom (we had some heavy-hitters of the 60s and 70s music scene wander through that place).