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Fox Life

Fox Life
Launched May 13, 2004 (Italy)
May 19, 2005 (Portugal)
September 8, 2005 (Bulgaria)
June 2005 (Latin America)
September 13, 2006 (Turkey)
January 7, 2007 (Poland)
November 9, 2007 (Regional version shown in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania), (CIS countries & Baltics)
December 1, 2008, (Greece)
September 7, 2009, (the Netherlands) and (Belgium) incl HD version
October 1, 2011 (Latvia)
November 4, 2013 (USA)
June 15, 2014 (India)
October 1, 2014 (Spain)
Closed December 31, 2009 (France)
Owned by Fox Broadcasting Company
Fox International Channels Italy (Italy)
Fox International Channels Portugal (Portugal)
Slogan Identify Yourself.
Replaced by Fox bs238 (Japan)
Sister channel(s) Fox Crime, Fox, FX, Fox Traveller, Fox Retro, Speed, Fuel TV, Fox News Channel, BabyTV, National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo Adventure, Nat Geo Music
Website Italy
Latin America
the Netherlands and Belgium (Benelux)
Channel 208
Channel 217
Channel 56 (SD)
Channel 57 (HD)
UPC Poland Channel 488
Channel 489 (HD)
In digital India Channel 345
Channel 890 (HD) (Hindi Feed)

Fox Life is a television network, launched by the Fox Broadcasting Company, which airs across Latin America, Europe (also available in HD, starting by February 2012, in Italy) and Japan (changed its name to FOX bs238 in October 2011). Its basic programming include numerous television series, sitcoms and movies, among others, which includes some original programming in certain regions. It was launched in Italy on May 13, 2004, Portugal on May 19, 2005 and in Bulgaria on September 8, 2005. For Latin America, it started in January 2006, when it was launched in Brazil. It was launched in the Netherlands and Belgium on September 7, 2009. The channel also has versions in other countries around Europe. Fox Life launched in the United States on November 4, 2013.[1]

This channel is not available in South East Asia. India is the only South Asian country where it is scheduled to be launched. Fox India Ltd has applied downlink license for Fox Life along with Fox Crime, FX and Baby TV to the Information & Broadcasting Ministry of India.[2] Fox Life launched in India on 15 June 2014, replacing Fox Traveller.

In Latin America the channel aired soaps. It aired Telefe and Record soaps from Brazil and Argentina. Currently, the channel features mostly cooking shows and reality series on the Latin American service. When the current format was launched, it was with the exception of Brazil, where the channel aired, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., content from Utilisima and original shows for the local audience, as Bem Simples, and, from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m., reality series seen on the Fox Life service elsewhere in the region (most non-original cooking shows are not seen on the Brazilian service, since the rights are held by GNT). In February 28, 2011, with the launch of the Bem Simples channel in Brazil, all Bem Simples/Utilisima content moved to that channel.

Fox Life for the French-speaking market was discontinued on December 31, 2009.


  • Programming 1
  • Fox Life HD 2
  • Logos 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Fox Life HD

logo for Fox Life HD

Fox Life HD is the version of the Fox Life broadcasting only in high definition, owned by Fox Broadcasting Company and Fox International Channels Italy. Its basic programming include numerous television series, sitcoms and movies, among others, which includes some original programming in certain regions, like the other Fox life's versions around the world.

The channel will be active in SKY Italia by 2011. Since 1 September 2009, the channel is also available on Telenet in Belgium.

On 15 October 2009, Fox Life HD started transmitting on Portugal, first on Zon TV Cabo and later on Vodafone Casa TV and Optimus Clix. Since May 2010, this channel is in Polish pay-TV digital platform N (Poland).

Fox Life HD launched in India on 15 June 2014, replacing Fox Traveller HD.


See also


  1. ^
  2. ^ "NGC to launch 4 new channels; seeks licences for 4 Fox channels in India". 2008-11-27. Retrieved 2012-07-07. 

External links

  • Fox Life official Turkish website
  • Fox Life official Bulgarian website
  • Fox Life official Russian website
  • Fox Life official Croatian website
  • Fox Life official Polish website
  • Fox Life official Italian website
  • Fox Life official the Netherlands & Belgium (Benelux) website
  • Fox Life official Portuguese website
  • Fox Life official Brazilian website
  • Fox Life official CIS countries & Baltics website
  • Fox Life official Estonian website
  • Fox Life official Serbian website
  • Fox Life official Greek website
  • Fox Life official Spain website
  • Fox Life official USA website
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