Getting a new cable TV subscription can be exciting. You go through the channel lineup with an eye on a handful of your favorite TV networks. You pin down a few for sports programs, some for weekend reality binging, some for the Hollywood movie thrills and an assortment of some others. However, and especially if you have a diverse taste in TV entertainment which goes from suspense stories to comedy chat shows, BBC America is the one to pick.
The good news is Charter Spectrum™, the renowned U.S. cable service provider, serving 26 million customers across 40 states, carries BBC America on its channel lineup. Once you subscribe to Spectrum TV plans, you get access to BBC America and a plethora of local, popular, and premium TV networks, so loved by America.
Now, if you are a recent member of the Spectrum Family, you could be perplexed about which channel number to tune in to watch BBC America on Spectrum TV. Because, as it is Spectrum channel numbers vary from one region to another. To find out the exact channel number for BBC America read on.
Owned by BBC Studios and AMC Networks, BBC America is an American basic cable network that has been up and running since March 29, 1998. In 2018, the network was estimated to have been available to almost 81 million U.S. households with a pay-TV subscription. And that number is unlikely to dip, given the popularity of programming with an overwhelming British outlook.
The channel’s programming is diverse. You get to binge-watch on shows and films from a selection of genres, mainly comedy, action, and sci-fi. As well as the famous nature documentary series from the BBC and more.
BBC America has six sister channels, which are:
TV shows like Killing Eve, Doctor Who, and The Hunt are the crème de la crème of BBC America programming. Interested in a particular genre? Action? Thrill? Comedy? Documentaries? You name it. Over the years, BBC America has become the hub of all things that spell quality entertainment.
As for Spectrum TV plans, you get to pick from any of the three available tiers i.e. SELECT, SILVER, and GOLD. That is the best part here. From the more basic Spectrum Channel Lineup for SELECT TV to the balanced SILVER and the glorious GOLD, you get BBC America in all three. SELECT—the standard TV plan offered by Spectrum gets you to access to 125 channels with favorites such as ABC, AMC, ESPN, Disney Channel, and more. As for Spectrum SILVER (175 channels) and GOLD (200 channels) you get local and popular programming as well as access to American premium TV networks.
|Channel Name||Spectrum SELECT||Spectrum SILVER||Spectrum GOLD|
|Cleveland, OH||19, 225|
|Los Angeles, CA||96, 110|
|New York, NY||71|
|Orlando, FL||75, 1278|
|Reno, NV||19, 758|
|Saint Louis, MO||172, 733|
|San Antonio, TX||86|
|Tampa, FL||75, 1278|
BBC America’s programming is quite extensive. And there is never a season where the network’s content goes unnoticed in the mainstream media. TV shows like Killing Eve, The Hunt, and Sherlock as well as a chat show The Graham Norton Show has garnered massive viewership. But there is a lot more you can tune in to BBC America for.
Here is the current and upcoming programming lineup:
The array of Charter Spectrum TV™ entertainment options is one key factor that drives Spectrum’s mass popularity as a cable service provider in the U.S. If basic local programming is not enough to satisfy your televisual cravings, you not only get channels like BBC America, but premium networks like HBO®, Cinemax®, SHOWTIME®, and EPIX. For the sports fanatics, there is MLB Network and ESPN. and plenty of TV channel options for reality TV cravers as well.
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