What Happened To Spike TV?

paramount-network-logo-720pxIf you’re wondering what happened to Spike TV, the channel has been rebranded to Paramount Network.

Owned by Viacom, Paramount Network broadcasts shows like “Bar Rescue,” “Ink Master,” and “Lip Sync Battle,” and with the launch is promoting upcoming shows like “Waco” (Jan. 24), “Heathers” (Mar. 7), “Yellowstone” (2018), and “American Woman” (2018). The network’s “Bellator” MMA fight series will air Larkin vs. Gonzalez on Friday, Jan. 26.

The rebranded network still airs classic shows such as “Cops,” “Friends,” and “Two and a Half Men.”

Paramount Network can be found in HD on Comcast, DirecTV and Verizon and most major TV providers (see channel listings below).

Paramount Network HD Channel Listings

  • AT&T U-verse HD
    Channel 1146
  • Charter HD
    Channel 53
  • Comcast XFINITY TV HD
    Channel 827
  • Cox Communication HD
    Channel 1025
  • DirecTV HD
    Channel 241
  • DISH Network HD
    Channel 241
  • Time Warner Cable HD
    Channel 65 / 116
  • Verizon FiOS HD
    Channel 554

As well as TV providers listed above, Paramount Network is also available streaming from devices such as Roku and Chromecast, as well as at the Amazon App Store and Apple iTunes.

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One Reply to “What Happened To Spike TV?”

  1. Nikki says:

    I just want to know if they are going to air the Shannara Chronicles when the new season starts?

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