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  1. TNT (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    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.

  2. Category:TNT (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "TNT (American TV network)" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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  4. Category:TNT (American TV network) original programming ...

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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.

    • History
    • Programming
    • International

    Beginnings

    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...

    Expansion

    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[citation needed]. 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.

  5. Talk:TNT (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    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.

  6. TNT (American TV network) and similar television channels ...

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    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.

  7. Falling Skies - Wikipedia

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    Falling Skies is an American post-apocalyptic science fiction television series created by Robert Rodat and executive produced by Steven Spielberg.The series stars Noah Wyle as Tom Mason, a former history professor who becomes the second-in-command of the 2nd Massachusetts Militia Regiment, a group of civilians and fighters fleeing Boston following an alien invasion that devastated the world.

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