Cable Channel This TV on Comcast Cable

I wrote about This TV a few weeks ago when I discussed Neal Sabin and Chicago television stations Me-TV and Me-Too. This TV is a speciality “network” designed for digital television subchannels that features Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movies and some television programs. It is available in parts of the country through cable. I found out today that Comcast offers This TV in some states (including Connecticut) on channel 246. If you subscribe to Comcast check your channel listings to see if you get This TV.

3 Replies to “Cable Channel This TV on Comcast Cable”

  1. Unfortunately, my local Comcast cable provider doesn’t carry “THIS TV” on MY channel lineup. Sounds like a GREAT idea, though.

    1. Why was THISTV taken off Comcast . I missed the Vincent Price night which I was looking forward too the channel also provide movies I had never seen and was great but I guess a company as big as Comcast does what it wants with no regard for their customers, you do what you want!!!!!!!! Then bring on dumb viewing like the flint stones my god who cares!!! Who wants to pay these types of prices for this junk it as if the viewer has nothing to say
      Well I am looking into other was of cable watching with is less expensive and probably better programming by the way here you go again making people pay for STARZ.you are out of control. Good-Bye

  2. THANKS A MILLION TIMES FOR SHOWING CHARLIE CHAN MOVIES, THEY ARE SO RARELY SHOWN. I LOVE YOUR STATION AND HOPE YOU CONTINUE SHOWING ALL THE OLD MOVIES.

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