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FX (international)

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FX is a brand name used by a number of different television channels throughout the world owned by Fox Networks Group, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. FX was originally established as a standard of premium cable television channel in the United States, but has expanded worldwide since.



In 2004, Fox Networks Group Asia and STAR TV (through a distribution agreement) partnered to launch FX Asia. The channel is divided into four services: a national channel distributed throughout much of the continent, and three regional channels serving South Korea, and Philippines.


  • FX was an Australian channel launched on 26 February 2012. On 28 February 2018, FX ceased its broadcasting on Foxtel, with all of its programming moved to Fox Showcase.


On August 6, 2011, Rogers Media entered into a licensing agreement with FX Networks to launch FX Canada as a pay television channel.[1] The network, which launched on November 1, 2011, features a mix of FX original series; acquired American movies and series; and original Canadian programming and sporting events (as required by content rules imposed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission).[2] FX Canada's broadcast license requires that 15% of its programming consist of Canadian content in its first year, 20% in its second year and 25% by its third year.

On May 18, 2018, V Media Group entered into a separate licensing agreement to carry a French language FX-branded programming block on the channel Max.


  • FX was a Greek channel launched on 31 December 2009. On 1 October 2012 the channel was replaced by Fox branded channel.


  • FX was an Italian channel launched on 21 May 2006. Due to lowest ratings, the channel was closed on July 1, 2011.

Latin America

  • FX channel in Latin America, is intended almost entirely aimed at a male audience, as a counterpart of Fox Life, created for the female viewers. It is mainly relegated to air television series from Fox, while movies are relegated to FXM.

Middle East

  • FX was launched in the Middle East as a free to air channel along with the rest of the fox branded channels which include (National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo People, STAR Movies, Fox Movies, Fox Family Movies, Fox Action Movies, STAR World, FOX, FX, Fox Life, Fox Crime, Fox Rewayat, Channel V International and Baby TV) [1], the channels later became encrypted instead of free, as a part of beIN network.


  • FX was a Portuguese channel launched in 2005. In November 2015 the channel was rebranded as Fox Comedy.

South Africa


  • FX was launched in Turkey on April 14, 2008 on the D-Smart digital platform. It is also available on the Teledünya and Tivibu digital platforms.

UK and Ireland

  • FX was a British and Irish channel launched on 12 January 2004. In 2013 the channel was rebranded as Fox.

United States


  1. ^ k. ip, j.leung - copyright 2008 - Rogers Media Inc. "Rogers Media TV Access".
  2. ^ Canadian content#Television
  3. ^ ODM coming in May with 55 TV channels. Retrieved on July 28, 2011.

See also

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