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TV4 Science Fiction

TV4 Science Fiction
Launched 29 February 2008
Closed 5 August 2012
Owned by TV4 AB
Audience share 0.1% (2008, [1])
Country Sweden
Broadcast area Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Telia Digital-tv Channel 111

TV4 Science fiction was a television channel dedicated to the science fiction genre owned by TV4 AB. When the channel was announced, TV4 said that it would launch simultaneously in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway, becoming the first TV4 channel to launch in all four countries. The channel was launched in Sweden on 29 February 2008 and in Finland the next day. It did however not launch in Denmark and Norway.

In Sweden, the channel was carried from the launch by IPTV distributor Telia Digital-tv and the satellite distributors Viasat and Canal Digital. In Finland, the channel was known as MTV3 Scifi and was a part of the MTV3 channel package. TV4 has entered an agreement with the Norwegian TV 2 Group to launch the channel in Norway under the name TV 2 Science Fiction in 2009.[2] As of February 2009, the channel still wasn't available in Denmark. The channel was closed during August 2012.[3]

Series that have aired or would have been aired on the channel include:


  1. ^ "Årsrapport 2008". Mediamätning i Skandinavien. 
  2. ^ "Ny TV 2-kanal". September 4, 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-19. 
  3. ^ TV4 Science Fiction skrotas – ersätts med TV4 Fakta XL, Dagens Media, 2 May 2012 
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