MeTV

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MeTV (short for Memorable Entertainment Television) is a television network owned by Weigel Broadcasting.

This network is devoted to airing classic TV shows from the 1950s to the 1990s, coming mostly from the libraries of CBS Television Distribution (including library programming from Desilu, the original Paramount Television, Viacom Productions and CBS), 20th Television (including 20th Century Fox Television, Four Star Television and MTM Enterprises), NBCUniversal Television Distribution (including Revue Studios, Universal Television, MCA Television, MTE and NBC Studios) and Warner Bros. Television. Many of those shows include classics such as Bonanza, Gunsmoke, The Rifleman, The Flintstones, Perry Mason, Columbo, Star Trek: The Original Series, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Leave It to Beaver, My Three Sons, The Brady Bunch, Gilligan's Island, Hogan's Heroes, Matlock, The Three Stooges, Lost in Space, The Andy Griffith Show and M*A*S*H. It also airs an original reality series, Collector's Call, which focuses on spotlighting memorabilia collectors and is hosted by former The Facts of Life cast member Lisa Whelchel.[1]

MeTV airs mainly on digital subchannels of TV stations around the United States, but it also airs as the main affiliation on the main channel of some stations, including the network's flagship station, WWME-CA in Chicago.

References

  1. Collector's Call at MeTV.com

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