TNT (originally an abbreviation for Turner Network Television) is an American basic cable television channel that is owned by AT&T 's WarnerMedia under its Studios & Networks unit.
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Category:TNT (American TV network) original programming From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category lists television programs that have regularly aired their first-run episodes on TNT. It does not list programs which first appeared on a different network.
Prior to the launch of the channel in 1988, the name Turner Network Television had been utilized by Turner Broadcasting as a syndication service for various sporting events, including two exhibition games from 1982 organized by the NFL Players Association during the NFL strike of that year, and the first Goodwill Games, organized by Turner himself, in 1986. The channel launched at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, October 3, 1988 with a pre-recorded perform...
In 1995, TNT debuted WCW Monday Nitro, which assumed the distinction as the flagship program of the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling from WCW Saturday Night, which debuted on sister channel TBS in 1992 and ran on that channel until 2000. At one point, Monday Nitro was regularly the highest-rated weekly program on cable television. The program beat Monday Night Raw, the flagship show of the World Wrestling Federation (now the WWEor World Wrest...
Shift towards drama
On June 12, 2001, TNT underwent an extensive rebrand, with the introduction of a new logo designed by Trollbäck + Company as well as a new slogan, "We Know Drama". The slogan emphasized the channel's new focus on dramatic programming, including sports and off-network syndicated dramas such as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, ER and Judging Amy. In addition, NASCAR coveragemoved to TNT from TBS starting with the 2001 season, as Turner Broadcasting System management b...
TNT currently airs a mix of original drama and reality series, and reruns of dramas that originally aired on the major broadcast networks. Original programs currently seen on TNT include Major Crimes, The Librarians, Animal Kingdom, Good Behavior, The Last Ship, Will, and Claws. The channel's daytime, overnight and Saturday morning schedule is heavily dominated by reruns of current and former network police procedural series such as Castle, Bones and TNT mainstay Law & Order, while its weekday morning schedule focuses on sci-fi, supernatural and fantasy series. Such programs include Supernatural and Charmed
European, Australian, Latin American, Spanish and Asian versions of TNT were launched in the 1990s, which were exclusively dedicated to movies, mainly from the MGM and Warner Bros. archives (however, the U.K. and Scandinavian versions of TNT both broadcast WCW Monday Nitro on Friday nights on a four-day delay from its U.S. broadcast, and the Latin American version aired a children's block called "Magic Box"). The European, Australian and Asian versions of TNT shared channel space with Cartoon Network, while the Latin American version shared space with CNN International. The EMEA, Asian and Australasian TNT channels were eventually relaunched as Turner Classic Movies, while the Latin American version retained the TNT branding. The most well-known TNT channel in Europe was (and still is) the Frenchversion, which used similar graphics to what the flagship U.S. channel was using at the time.
Plus, American TNT went by its full name, Turner Network Television, until 1995, and Russian TNT was launched only three years later. So while TNT is more known on the English Wikipedia as it is an American channel, I cannot see this as a primary topic "TV channel"-wise. JE98 02:40, 18 October 2017 (UTC) Relisted.
TBS (American TV channel) American subscription television network that is owned by AT&T's WarnerMedia. It carries a variety of programming, with a focus on comedy, along with some sports events, including Major League Baseball and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
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