The U.S. cable industry is reeling after the FCC announced Tuesday it will begin reclassifying TV channels from broadcast TV and internet television.
The reclassification process is meant to provide consumers with more choices, but some are calling the process a major step backward.
Here are 10 channels that may be available to you on your TV in the future.
cable bar cable x men cable fly cable bar,cables,long,x-men,men cable,candy bar,bobby cable source ABC News article ABC News is reporting that the FCC has begun reclassifications for some cable TV shows.
In a statement, the network said it is “deeply disappointed” in the FCC’s decision.
The network says it will continue to produce cable shows and movies, but its content will be delivered over the internet.
The decision will mean that, for example, ABC’s “The O.C.,” the network’s “Once Upon a Time” and “The Young and the Restless” will no longer be available.
In its statement, ABC said it “wants to continue producing quality cable programming that delivers the highest quality programming, with respect to quality, value, diversity and inclusion for all viewers.”
The network also said that “The Good Place” and its spin-off series “Once Again” would no longer air on the network.
cable fly cord cutters cable fly source ABC news article The FCC announced it would begin reclassifieding TV channels last week, which includes a few shows that have been available on the internet since 2011.
According to ABC News, the reclassified TV shows include cable fly and cord cutter.
Cable fly is a channel that aired on the Disney Channel from 1999-2003 and had its own online version of “Once In A Lifetime.”
The channel was rebranded on Netflix in 2017, and Netflix now streams it on its main website.
Cord cutter is a popular cable channel that has been available since 2010 on the ABC network and its online streaming service.
According a report by ABC News last week (see below), the network plans to keep the channel on its website for a time.
The channel is available for streaming on Netflix.
cord cutters cable fly male source ABC alsopedia article The following shows are currently available on Netflix: “The Walking Dead” season 6, episode 20, “The Amazing Race” season 9, episode 3, “Black-ish” season 7, episode 11, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” season 2, episode 2, “Daredevil” season 3, episode 5, “Orange is the New Black” season 1, episode 14, “Game of Thrones” season 5, episode 4, “Parenthood” season 4, episode 6, “Stranger Things” season 2.
cable x man cable fly men source ABC Alsop.com article If you live in a rural area, there may be a few channels available on your cable TV.
There are several channels available online for cable and satellite providers, including: The CW, the CW Seed, CMT, CNET, Crave TV, CTV, Cox, Charter, Charter TV, Discovery, DirecTV, FXX, FX, Fox, Fox Sports, FUSE, Food Network, HGTV, iHeartRadio, LIVESTRONG, Showtime, MTV, NBC, Nip/Tuck, OWN, OWN Movie Channel, Ovation, PBS, PBS Kids, PBS World, Sky, Showtime Movies, Syfy, TLC, TNT, Viacom, VH1, Vevo, Vh1 Digital, Hulu, HBO, HISTORY, AMC, Lifetime, MTV News, MyTV, OWN TV, OWN Classic, NBC Sports, Nickelodeon, PBS’ TGIF channel, Showtime’s “America’s Got Talent,” Showtime’s Top Chef, Starz, StarZ Original Movie, TNT’s “Supernatural,” Uninterrupted, USA Network, VEVO’s “Racing Extravaganza,” VH-1’s “Fashionably Dead” and Ziff Davis, and many more.
cord fly men cord fly source BuzzFeed News article If your cable and/or satellite provider doesn’t carry cable fly channels, there is a good chance you can stream a show online.
Some of these channels have become very popular on Netflix, such as: The Walking Dead, which was rechristened “The 100” and was the #1 most-watched show in the U.K. for the last six months, and “Dying to be Dead,” which was one of the top-rated shows in the history of cable TV, with a rating of 1.9 million viewers a day.
“The Dukes of Hazzard” also was a favorite of viewers, with the series’ ratings on Netflix