- Movies 24
Movies 24 Launched 26 June 2006 Owned by Universal Networks International (NBCUniversal) Audience share 0.1%
(May 2011, BARB)
Sister channel(s) Movies 24 + (Formerly More 24) Website www.tvmovies24.com Availability Satellite Sky
(UK & Ireland)
Channel 328 (+)
Channel 45 Dolce
Channel 160 Cable Virgin Media
Channel 420 (+)
Channel 108 Smallworld Cable
Channel 330 (+)
Movies 24 is a European satellite and cable television channel owned and operated by NBCUniversal. It was launched on 26 June 2006 and is available in Hungary, Poland, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom. Movies 24 airs made-for-TV movies covering a range of different genres, from crime and thriller to romance and action.
Movies 24 +
On 16 October 2006, a sister channel Movies 24 + was launched. The channel was previously a 90-minute timeshift channel called More 24. In September 2007, Movies 24 + introduced a separate daily schedule from Movies 24, showing the same movies but at very different times throughout the day.
Examples of some of the movies shown on Movies 24.
- Balmain Boys (Comedy)
- Blonde (Drama)
- Chain Of Command (Thriller)
- Closing The Deal (Comedy)
- Countdown To Chaos (Action)
- Danny Deckchair (Comedy)
- Following Her Heart (Romance)
- Hustle and Heat (Action)
- Jericho Fever (Action)
- Murder In Paradise (Thriller)
- Picnic (Romance)
- Rules Of Obsession (Thriller)
- Sister In Law (Thriller)
- She, Me & Her (Comedy)
- The Cutting Edge (Romance)
- The Third Wish (Fantasy)
- The Sea Change (Comedy)
- The Way She Moves (Romance)
- Voices From A Locked Room (Drama)
- Where Sleeping Dogs Lie (Thriller)
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- ^ Co-owned with Dentsu.
- ^ 50%, with Viacom's Paramount Pictures.
- ^ Combined operation with InterMedia Partners.
- ^ a b c Co-owned with Blackstone Group and Bain Capital.
- ^ Co-owned with Corus Entertainment and Cookie Jar Group.
- ^ Co-owned with Mediaset.
- ^ a b The stations are co-owned with LIN TV in a joint venture (76% owned by NBC, 24% owned by LIN).
- ^ a b c The stations are owned by NBCUniversal, but are controlled by ZGS Broadcast Holdings.
- ^ Co-owned with News Corporation and The Walt Disney Company.
- ^ Co-owned with Microsoft in a joint venture (82% owned by NBC, 18% owned by Microsoft).
- ^ Co-owned with Corus Entertainment, Classic Media, Nelvana, Scholastic Books and ION Media Networks.
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