Category: Fox

Fox Cancels Rosewood

Fox has cancelled the police drama, Rosewood, after two seasons, Variety reports. Click Amazon: Today’s Top-Selling TVs! The publication writes that the show’s stars, Morris Chestnut and Jaina Lee Ortiz, made the announcement at their social media sites. “I am very grateful about the part that everyone took in Rosewood’s journey, because everyone was truly an

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Fox Pulls Pitch After One Season

Fox has canceled the rookie baseball drama, Pitch, after just one 10-episode season. Click Amazon: Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals! The show, which starred Kylie Bunbury as the fictional first woman to play Major League Baseball, generated strong reviews with RottenTomatoes.com giving it a score of 93 percent. Forty-three of 46 reviewers in the site’s survey offered

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DIRECTV Now Grabs 14 More Fox Affiliates

AT&T announced today that DIRECTV Now has gained the rights to 14 more local Fox affiliates, giving the live streaming service a total of 31 Fox local channels. (The stations are already available on DIRECTV Now.) Click Amazon: Hottest Deals In Home Improvement! Click Amazon: Today’s Top-Selling TVs! The telco, which owns DIRECTV, says the

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Fox vs. Charter: The Dance Continues (Updated Sunday)

Every day this week, Fox extended its deadline for Charter to sign a new carriage agreement by one day. Monday’s D-Day became Tuesday. Tuesday became Wednesday, and so on. Click Amazon: Today’s ‘1-Day-Only’ Deals! Well, yesterday, the programmer must have gotten weary of drawing lines in the sand because it changed the warning to Charter

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Fox to Charter: Let’s Do It Again! (Updated)

Update: Yes, Fox did it again; new deadline is Friday. Now back to our story filed earlier today: Fox has — once again — extended its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter by one day. That means that every day this week, Fox has extended its threat to pull its channels from the cable operator

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Fox Extends Charter Deadline Until Thursday (Updated)

Fox yesterday pushed its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter one day forward — again. At its web site, KeepMyNets.com, the company shifted the warning to Charter viewers from Tuesday to Wednesday.  Fox did the same thing on Monday, changing the deadline from Monday to Tuesday. Updated: Fox on Wednesday moved the deadline to Thursday.

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Fox to Charter: Tuesday Is Now D-Day (Updated: Now It’s Wednesday)

Fox last night pushed its deadline for a carriage agreement with Charter one day forward until today. Update: Fox pushes the Charter deadline until Wednesday; no blackout tonight. Click Amazon: Today’s ‘1-Day-Only’ Deals! The programmer, which revealed the new deadline at its web site, KeepMyNets.com, did not offer a reason for the one-day extension. Charter also

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Charter-Fox: Will These Fee Fights Ever End? (Updated)

News and Analysis Fox is threatening to pull its cable networks, and regional sports channels, from all Charter-owned cable systems if the cable operator does not meet its carriage fee demands by tomorrow. Update: Fox on Monday night extended the deadline until Tuesday. Click Amazon: The Echo With Alexa: 5 Easy Payments! The two companies

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DIRECTV to Begin 4K Coverage of Fox Sports

DIRECTV and Fox this week will officially begin its partnership to offer sporting events in 4K with the 4K broadcast of the California-Stanford basketball game. The game, which will tip off at 10 p.m. ET on February 17, will be offered in 4K on DIRECTV’s dedicated live 4K channel, which is channel 106.  On March

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Comcast (Finally) Gets Rights to Stream Fox Sports

Comcast has finally secured the rights from Fox to stream live MLB, NBA and NHL games in-market that are carried by Fox’s regional sports channels, a Comcast spokeswoman tells The TV Answer Man. The cable op’s video customers will be able to stream the games at the Fox Sports web site, and the Fox Sports

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Fox to Offer Super Bowl Stream For Free

Fox Sports today announced it will offer a live, non-authenticated (no pay TV subscription required) stream of the 2017 Super Bowl, which will be played Sunday, February 5th in Houston’s NRG Stadium. The online broadcast will be available on the Fox Sports Go app using iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon tablets or though Apple TV, Roku,

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