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Fox (Greece)

FOX
Launched 1 October 2012
Owned by Fox International Channels
Fox Media Services Greece
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Greece
Cyprus
Language English (with Greek subtitles)
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Formerly called FX
Sister channel(s) FOX Life
National Geographic (Greece)
Website http://www.fox-greece.gr/
Availability
Satellite
OTE TV Channel 207
NOVA Greece(Greece) Channel 206
NOVA Cyprus(Cyprus) Channel 106
Cable
Cablenet(Cyprus) Channel 702
IPTV
OTE TV (Greece) Channel 14
CytaVision(Cyprus) Channel 13
Cyta(Greece) Channel 45

FOX is FOX International Channel’s global flagship general entertainment basic cable channel, and is available in 31 local languages in over 206 million homes across 125 countries outside the U.S.

The brand is synonymous with groundbreaking Hollywood entertainment and delivers a varied programming schedule that includes comedy, drama, science fiction, action and animation. FOX offers international viewers exclusive, original and breakthrough series such as The Simpsons, The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Homeland, Da Vinci’s Demons, and 24. Top U.S. acquired product sits alongside a growing roster of original programming and local productions.

FOX launched in Greece on 1 October 2012 replacing FX (Greece). The channel is available to subscribers of NOVA Greece, OTE TV, Hellas Online and Cytavision. The channel also broadcasts in Cyprus and Malta, with the same schedule as Greece.

The channel's program includes foreign series such as The Walking Dead, Homeland, 24: Live Another Day, Sons of Anarchy, The Simpsons, How I Met Your Mother and many more.

Contents

  • Programmes 1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4
  • See also 5

Programmes

Upcoming

Current

Previously

See also

External links

  • FOX Greece official site

References

See also


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