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Living in a time where streaming behemoths like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video are catering millions of subscribers, it sure does feel like traditional cable TV has been tossed into oblivion. But that is where most cord-cutters are wrong; cable TV is not obsolete in the slightest. Instead, with the efforts of cable providers like Charter Spectrum™, cable TV has gone through a complete makeover.
Spectrum subscribers get more than local cable programming. They get a Spectrum TV service that enables on-the-go entertainment, a DVR recording feature to record all their favorite TV shows and movies in one go and access to an extensive library of On Demand content.
Now if you have an unconventional taste in movies, such as classic Hollywood movies, shows, and comedies, then Spectrum TV can satiate your cravings with TCM. Spectrum’s TV plans are classified into TV Select, and add-ons. The number of channels starts from 125 and go up to 200 channels depending on your subscriptions.
If you call yourself a classic Hollywood movie buff and are looking for TCM in particular, then you will have to subscribe to the Entertainment View add-on.
Classic movies are rare gems. You might stumble upon a few of these gems on Netflix or any other streaming platform, but TCM, the American pay-TV network is dedicated to classic theatrically released Hollywood films. You do not even need to look for any alternatives; TCM covers every ‘spectrum’ of classic movies and more.
As Spectrum cable packages are sorted into two categories, you get access to TCM in the Spectrum add-on called Entertainment View. You also get access to other premium TV channels in these two plans.
It can be an annoying endeavor to find the exact number for your desired channel, but we have got it covered for you. Below is a channel listing for TCM in a few select cities. If you do not find your city here, to the official Spectrum channel lineup page.
When you tune in to TCM, you find yourself immersed in a world of classic Hollywood gems. No matter time of the day it is, you will get to enjoy a wide range of classic movies. From the enigmatic world of Oz to Hollywood blockbusters like Gone with the Wind, you would not feel like switching to another channel. Furthermore, you get to watch documentaries and many other seasonal programming blocks on the channel.
Here is what is currently airing on the TCM channel.
Owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is run by Global Kids, Classics, and Young Adults. The channel took form in April 1994 and has not gone through many tweaks in its programming lineup. TCM’s programming primarily comprises of classic feature films from Turner Entertainment as well as classic films from other studios. While TCM’s broadcast area is nationwide, the network’s popularity has led it towards global availability. TCM is also available in Canada, Latin America, the United Kingdom, The Middle East, Asia Pacific, Africa, Malta, Ireland, Greece, Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, and the Nordic Countries. If you own one or more streaming services, TCM is available on Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV as well.
One simply cannot turn away from classic feature films. From Alfred Hitchcock classics to an all-encompassing library of movies from Paramount Pictures, The Walt Disney Company, and Universal Studios, TCM enlivens all the old souls living in the modern world. That is not all. Spectrum channel lineup has a plethora of other classic TV networks to offer as well. If you are yet to land yourself a Spectrum TV subscription but are shrouded with confusion, contact Spectrum sales support and get all your queries answered!
TCM is available as part of the Entertainment View add-on.
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