New Mexico True Television

With so much to see and do in New Mexico, it’s hard to decide where to begin your trip. Come along with our host, Michael Newman, as he explores the state’s most memorable destinations (and meets a few interesting characters along the way). New Mexico True Television airs Sunday mornings in select New Mexico and Texas markets, but you can also check out the full episodes here. 

View New Mexico True Television Seasons One & Two Here.

Roadside Oddities & Treasures

For whatever reason New Mexico seems to attract more than its share of “characters,” and as the True TV Crew plainly shows us here many of them set up shop, of sorts, along the streets of our state. From an expansive museum of tiny carnival memories (and much more) to a city’s impressive display of iconic western windcatchers, you can’t drive in any direction in New Mexico without soon coming across enthralling roadside attractions. And along the way we’ll stop for a mouth-watering green chile cheeseburger…in the shadow of strange statues.


New Mexico has a bounty of agriculture, and much of it offers unique opportunities to travelers. From picking raspberries to dyeing wool, the True TV Crew gives us a glimpse of the state's special offerings.

The Gila Region

Both the wild and the west still survive and thrive in the southwestern New Mexico Gila National Forest region. Ancient cave dwellings one day, fine dining the next, and all sandwiched around some unmatched biking opportunities. That's just the beginning of the experiences the True TV Crew shares with us on this adventure. And we should probably mention the classic old west saloon, and the characters who populate the barstools inside.

View individual segments from all New Mexico True Television episodes Here.