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Music has therapeutic properties and in these difficult times, with the pandemic forcing people to embrace a New Normal, it can do wonders at helping you maintain sanity and make the otherwise gloomy day a little shiny. And what better way to get your daily dose than AXS TV?

About AXS TV

AXS broadcasts Live music shows and give you the front seat to exclusive concerts. You see your beloved musicians belt out the lyrics to your favorite songs and sing along with them. You watch them dance, and light the stage on fire. You wouldn’t want to miss out on that now!

Owned by Anthem Sports & Entertainment, AXS TV is a specialty TV channel. It not only airs Live music, but broadcasts fighting sports, and general entertainment content. Love wrestling or would like a chunky piece of martial arts? Well, AXS has you covered there too!

The network was established as HDNet in 2001 with its main focus on exclusively HD programming that included music, combat sports, and diverse entertainment. In 2012 however, it was rebranded as AXS  TV, which now reaches 50 million homes countrywide. AXS programming came to include lifestyle and entertainment news, but at the same time centered more on pop-culture programs.

From in-depth interviews with music icons along to panel shows and documentaries. And, you can also catch professional wrestling on the channel. With a history of showcasing the best like Elton John and Carries Underwood and masters like Zeppelin and Neil Young, quality content is guaranteed. Eager to get watching? Well, if you are subscribed to Spectrum cable TV that will not be a problem.

Which Plans Offer AXS TV on Spectrum Cable?

If you are not yet part of the Spectrum family, here is a little you must know before you become a Spectrum subscriber Spectrum cable ddoes not offer AXS TV in TV Select or Mi Plan Latino tiers of the Spectrum channel lineup. So if you are looking for AXS TV, you must subscribe to the Spectrum TV Entertainment View addon. Spectrum TV Select Signature comes with 150 popular and essential TV channels on top of local networks, but AXS TV is not carried by this base version of Spectrum TV. So, when you callSpectrum customer service at 855-423-0918 remember to confirm AXS availability in the channel lineup.

For more details check out all the Spectrum TV Packages!

AXS TV on Spectrum Cable?

While Spectrum cable makes it easy for its subscribers to organize their network watch list via the on-screen Spectrum cable TV guide, for new subscribers or the less tech-savvy, here is some help from our end. We know how channel numbers on the Spectrum channel list change from one region to another. To get the channel number, you can simply browse through the Spectrum on-screen channel guide, or ask your Spectrum voice remote for assistance in the matter!

Get Hooked with the Best of AXS TV on Spectrum

AXS boasts of such a variety of content that once you start watching, you can not quit. Interviews and biographical shows on musicians, documentaries, live concerts, and music festivals, as well as wrestling and martial arts. If you have not yet explored the content on AXS TV, its time you did. Have a look at our take on some popular AXS TV shows.

Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar

When it is Sammy Hagar the legendary rocker taking you on the road, you know it will be a fun ride. This music series takes you across the US to meet the biggest names in the music industry. Hagar gets to their homes, makes intimate conversations, and gives you a chance to enhance your connection with your idols. Of course, it all ends with a jammy session, that you will find yourself waiting for each time.

It all happens via Hagar’s lens. And so, there is much of him that you will get to explore too. Given his exciting life, the show makes for an excellent watch. You also get to see him rehearse with his group, The Circle, and catch his performances at festivals.

The Big Interview with Dan Rather

This newsman has years of journalistic experience which he puts to good use by grilling the entertainment industry biggest stars. Getting up close and personal with them, and making them talk candidly about the past and the future is not easy. But with Dan Rather, it all flows smoothly. From Oliver Stone, Kenny Rogers, and Bryan Adams, to Aaron Sorkin, Merle Haggard, and Roger Daltrey—Dan Rather has quite a few great interviews to his name. If you love music, this is the place to be!

The Day the Rock Star Died

Focusing on the death and mourning of music legends, this series explores the events that led up to their passing. Exploring the legacy they left behind, each episode delves into their career highlights and what helped them reach star status. The show talks about the impact they had on fans and the media. The series has covered: Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston, Amy Winehouse, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Tom Petty, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Janis Joplin, Michael Hutchence, Keith Moon, and John Denver.


Previously called ‘TNA iMPACT!’ this show is heaven for wrestling fans. Featuring matches from the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling promotion, this show depicts the intricate storylines, making for an engaging experience. What is more, you get to see top athletes like Rob Van Dam, Brian Cage, Moose, and Rhino. And Knockouts, their women’s division, features Tessa Blanchard, Rose, and Taya Valkyrie making it a great watch.

AXS TV Fights

Another show featuring fights—this one brings you the best broadcasts of martial arts, kickboxing, and Muay Thai on Friday nights. Challenging physical feats that man can accomplish, are sure to get your blood rushing and adrenaline pumping. The show started as HDNET Fights, but in July 2012 it was rebranded to AXS TV Fights and all we can say is, it is only better!

Women of Wrestling

There are not many platforms that give female athletes the screen time they deserve. And so, for women interested in wrestling, AXS TV comes with a pleasant surprise. The women professional wrestling promotion, launched in 2000, is based in Los Angeles, California. And, has been the driving force behind the launch of a series of syndicated programs in the early 2000s.

The show format is centered on character-driven performances—which feature groups of women who carry comic book-inspired names and play villains and heroines. Showing empowered women from different backgrounds and even nationalities, we can see why people would flock to watch the series.

The World Greatest Tribute Bands

This weekly concert show takes you to famous music venues across LA where performers pay tribute to legendary bands like The Beatles, The Police, and Pink Floyd. Great music and live performances of songs, that you would not get if not for them, this series makes for an engaging watch.


Final Words

So, there you go! Once you have the channel number for AXS TV on Spectrum cable, you are all set to catch some concerts on your TV screen. With the virus on the loose, you can still watch your favorite singers perform. And, given that combat sporting events have seen the elimination of audiences for safety reasons, its time you tuned into AXS TV on Spectrum.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is AXS TV available on Spectrum TV Select Signature?

No, AXS TV is not available on Spectrum TV Select Signature or Plus. If you want to watch the channel you must be subscribed to the Entertainment view add-on that comes with Spectrum for an extra charge.

Does AXS TV have an App?

Yes, AXS TV has an app that you can download from the App Store or Google Play. It runs on android or iOS devices as well as Roku and Amazon Fire TV & Fire TV Stick.

Can Spectrum cable users stream AXS?

Yes, you can watch AXS programming via the app if you are subscribed to Spectrum cable TV.