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Universal Channel (Turkey)

Universal Channel
Universal Channel logo
Launched 19 December, 2009
Closed 10 February, 2013
Owned by NBCUniversal
Picture format 4:3 (576i
Slogan Eğlence Dünyası
(The World of Entertainment)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
English (with Turkish subtitles)
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Website Universal Channel Turkey

Universal Channel (Turkey) is a television network, owned by Universal Networks International, a division of NBCUniversal. The network was launched in Turkey in December 2009 on D-Smart and in February 2010 on Teledünya. From March 1st 2011, the Channel is also available in its HD version exclusively on D-Smart Platform.

Universal Channel (Turkey) broadcasts TV series and movies produced by Universal Studios, Warner Bros. International Television, 20th Century Fox Film Corporation and CBS Paramount. It has aired many series for first time on Turkish TV, such as Law & Order, Flashpoint and Trauma. Also part of the programming are non-scripted shows like Flipping Out and Million Dollar Listing. Universal Channel (Turkey) aired exclusive Universal Networks International series, for the first time on Turkish TV, such as Rookie Blue, Haven, Shattered and Fairly Legal. The network also showed many Hollywood blockbusters of various genre such as Space Jam, Maverick, Wild Wild West and Mars Attacks!. Universal Channel (Turkey) has been received very well by its subscribers.

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Past Shows

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