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List of Syfy TV channels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Syfy
Syfy logo
Launched24 September 1992; 27 years ago (1992-09-24) (as Sci-Fi Channel)
7 July 2009; 10 years ago (2009-07-07) (as Syfy)
NetworkNBCUniversal International Networks
Owned byNBCUniversal
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Formerly calledSci-Fi Channel
Sister channel(s)13th Street
CNBC Europe
DreamWorks Channel
E!
Movies 24
Sky News
Websitewww.syfy.com
Channel logo, 2010—2017
Channel logo, 2010—2017

Syfy (in some countries named Sci Fi) is a family of pay television channels that broadcast programming owned or licensed by entertainment NBCUniversal around the world using the Syfy brand which is focused on science fiction, fantasy, horror, supernatural and paranormal programming. The first such channel was launched in the United States on 24 September 1992. It was originally named "Sci-Fi Channel". In 1995 it kicked off in the United Kingdom, followed by the Netherlands and Scandinavia in 1996. The name Syfy was officially adopted on 7 July 2009, and most were renamed Syfy Universal by 2010. Exceptions to this renaming scheme included Syfy USA, Syfy UK, Syfy Latin America, Syfy Portugal and now defunct and replaced SF Australia, which was formerly Sci Fi Channel Australia. The Sci Fi Channels in Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia, became Sci Fi Universal due to "syfy" having a profane meaning in the Polish language. In 2017 the channel got rebranded and dropped the Universal suffix.[1]

The list of Syfy or Sci Fi channels includes:

Channel Country or region Launch year Shutdown year
Syfy, formerly Sci-Fi Channel United States 1992
Syfy (Asian TV channel) Asia July 1, 2008 2017
Syfy (Australian TV channel) (wholly owned) Australia 2014, replaced SF 2019
Syfy (British and Irish TV channel) United Kingdom & Ireland 1995
Syfy (Dutch TV channel) Netherlands & Flanders 1996-1998 as Sci-Fi Channel, re-launched in 2007 2016
Syfy (French TV channel) France 2005
Syfy (German TV channel) Germany 2003
Syfy (Latin American TV channel) Latin America 2007
Syfy (MENA) Middle East and North Africa July 6, 2016
Syfy (Portuguese TV channel) Portugal December 6, 2008
Syfy (Russian TV channel) Russia 2008 2013
Syfy (Spanish TV channel) Spain & Andorra 2006
Sci Fi (Polish TV channel) Poland 2007
Sci Fi (Romanian TV channel) Romania 2007 2012
Sci Fi (Serbian TV channel) Serbia October 1, 2009
Sci Fi (Slovenian TV channel) Slovenia October 1, 2010
SF (Australian TV channel) (part ownership) Australia 2006 2013, replaced by Syfy in 2014

See also

References

  1. ^ Andrew Liptak (11 March 2017). "The Syfy channel is rebooting with a new focus on science fiction fandom". The Verge.
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