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Ushuaïa TV
Ushuaïa TV logo
SloganExplorer. S’émerveiller. Protéger
OwnerGroupe TF1
Sister channelsTF1
TF1 Séries Films
TV Breizh
Histoire TV
Launched14 March 2005
NumericableChannel 173
Voo (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 80
Telenet (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 48
Orange (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 15
UPC Switzerland187 (Romandy)
487 (Deutschswizz)
687 (Ticino)
Monaco TelecomChannel 88
Canal+Channel 117
Canal+ CalédonieChannel 110
Canal+ CaraïbesChannel 82
Canal+ RéunionChannel 135
Canal+ AfriqueChannel 151
TélésatChannel 61
SFRChannel 173
BouyguesChannel 120
OrangeChannel 123
FreeboxChannel 204
SFR RéunionChannel 266
My.tChannel 110
Proximus79 (Wallonia & Brussels)
329 (Flanders)
ScarletChannel 122

Ushuaïa TV is a French television channel, owned by Groupe TF1. The network carries programming about nature.


Ushuaïa TV was launched on 14 March 2005 by Groupe TF1, inspired by the TF1 popular show Ushuaïa Nature.

Ushuaïa TV and TF1 other pay-TV channels were initially available exclusively on Canalsat and cable providers, until 2 January 2012 when they joined ISP optional packages. Ushuaïa TV arrived on Freebox TV on 1 January 2015, replacing Stylia.

In December 2012, Discovery Communications acquired 20% of TF1 pay-TV thematic channels for €170 million for Eurosport and €14 million for Ushuaïa TV, Histoire, Stylia and TV Breizh.[1][2]

On 17 July 2015, TF1 sold its remaining 49% stake in Eurosport to Discovery Communications for €492 million. At the same time, the French group bought out the 20% stake held by the American group in its pay-TV channels (TV Breizh, Histoire and Ushuaïa) for 14.6 million euros.[3][4]

On 5 December 2019, TV Breizh, Ushuaïa TV and Histoire were rebranded with a "TV" logo common between them.[5]


Ushuaïa TV concentrates on nature, but also airs reruns of old TF1 programmes such as Ushuaïa Nature.


  1. ^ "TF1 noue une alliance stratégique avec Discovery pour développer Eurosport". Le (in French). 2012-12-13. Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  2. ^ "Discovery pourrait racheter à TF1 100% d'Eurosport". BFM BUSINESS (in French). Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  3. ^ "TF1 cède ses 49 % dans Eurosport à l'américain Discovery". Les Echos (in French). 2015-07-22. Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  4. ^ "TF1 se désengage intégralement d'Eurosport". (in French). Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  5. ^ Ludovic, Belzamine (4 December 2019). "Nouveau look pour les chaînes Ushuaïa TV, Histoire TV et TV Breizh". Megazap (in French). Retrieved 2021-02-09.
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