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Fine Living Network

Fine Living Network
Fine Living logo
Launched August 21, 2002
Closed May 31, 2010 (US)
Owned by Scripps Networks Interactive
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Design for Life
Headquarters Knoxville, Tennessee
Replaced by Cooking Channel

Fine Living Network (also known as FLN or Fine Living) was an American and international specialty television network owned by Scripps Networks Interactive. Founded in 2002 in Los Angeles, California, it was announced in October 2005 that its headquarters would move to Knoxville, Tennessee to be with sister network HGTV.


  • Foreign versions 1
  • Rebrand to Cooking Channel 2
  • Programming 3
    • Former 3.1
  • Slogans 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Foreign versions

From September 3, 2004 to October 19, 2009, a Canadian version of FLN was broadcast under the name Fine Living. It was replaced by a Canadian version of DIY Network.

In EMEA, FLN launched in 2010, replaced Zone Club, except Poland.

From March 26, 2014, an Italian version of FLN is broadcast under the name Fine Living.

Rebrand to Cooking Channel

In October 2009, it was announced that Fine Living Network would be rebranded as Cooking Channel, with content similar to sister channel Food Network. The original plan was to implement the change in the fall of 2010,[1] but it was later announced that the switch was being moved up to happen on May 31, 2010 to coincide with Memorial Day.[2]




  • Live Like You Mean It (2002-2006)
  • Do More With Your Time and Money (2006-2009)
  • Design for Life (2009-2010)

See also


  1. ^ Scripps Rebranding Fine Living Into Cooking Channel, MultiChannel News, October 8, 2009
  2. ^ Another Cable Helping for Food Lovers, New York Times, February 18, 2010
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