“ Turner Network Television, usually referred to as TNT, is an American cable TV network created by media mogul Ted Turner and currently owned by the Turner Broadcasting System division of Time Warner. In 2004, TNT became the first Turner Network to begin broadcasting in High Definition. „
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TNT is a great channel for oldies, black and white and colour. I just really have major complaint. When I flick through with my remote control and see a film I might like to watch in the menu I like press the 'i' button and get some information. Sometimes, when I am watching a film I might press the 'i' button to see what year the film was made or the name of the starring actor. Try that when you are watching a film on TNT and you won't get any answers. I know that information on other film channels is quite basic but you do generally get to find out the date the film was made and the star's name. That is really the only complaint I have, otherwise I find it is watched probably more than any of the other film channels we have.
TNT is a free 24 hour movie channel that is part of Ted Turner's CNN empire. It has some serious money backing it and therefore the quality of the channel is very good, albeit the choice of movies revolves around older '40s - '70s films. They frequently show some real blockbusters from the past, Wizard of Oz,Gone with the Wind, Ben Hur etc all in widescreen format. It's not got the latest action to compete with the Sky channels but if you like older, quality films you will love TNT.
I don` get the movie channels I watch this I like the old movies and this channel is dedicated to showing them ranging from the ganster movies White heat to the melodramas. Available as TMC on sky digital 24hrs a day It is giving sky cinema a serious headache just check uot the latest ratings. I am ver impressed with this channel they don`t seem to repeat the films they show to often and for this reason this channel does extremly well. I would recommend you watch if you are a film buff and like me cannot aford to pay for sky movies.
I watched this quite a bit in the days when I was too poor (or was it too mean?) to subscribe to the Sky Movies package. Started by the famous Ted Turner (he of CNN fame), it largely constitutes the entire film library of M G M in its glory days. Most of its output is pretty unmemorable 30s and 40s films (remember, there was almost no TV in those days), but it regularly rescreens such gems as Ben-Hur, Casablanca and Doctor Zhivago - usually in the original widescreen (letter-box) format (though even with my 28" TV, I sometimes feel I need binnoculars!.