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SIC Radical

SIC Radical
Launched 23 April 2001
Owned by SIC
Picture format 16:9 / 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Portugal
Broadcast area Portugal
Website SIC Radical
ZON TV Channel 9
MEO Satélite Channel 9
ZON TV Channel 9
Cabovisão Channel 9
Optimus Clix TV Channel 9
MEO Channel 9
Vodafone Tv Net Voz Channel 9

SIC Radical is a Portuguese basic cable and satellite television channel owned by Sociedade Independente de Comunicação.[1]

SIC Radical is an entertainment channel targeted at teens and young adults. SIC Radical programins have shift through its history, Curto Circuito being its iconic TV show, being present along with sci-fi series, anime, britcoms, talk-shows, erotic programming and amateur television. Along with originals, it airs several television shows from the United States and the United Kingdom. SIC Radical also shows reruns of popular TV-shows and does live coverage of the most important music festivals in Portugal.

Current Programs

Portuguese TV shows

TV series


(*) Indicates Anime marked were star aired with portuguese dubbing


former SIC Radical logo


  1. ^ "Sic Radical" (in Portuguese). 30 June 2012. Retrieved 30 June 2012. 

External links

  • Official Site (Portuguese)
  • Official Facebook Page
  • Official MySpace Page
  • Official Twitter Page
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