Fall 2013's New Cable Channels: The Quick Guide
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FXX: FX's awkward, 18-to-34-year-old stepson, featuring the network's time-tested comedies The League and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Pivot: Socially conscious Participant Media's (An Inconvenient Truth) bid to engage millennials with shows from the likes of Meghan McCain and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
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Esquire: Things that define the 21st-century gentleman: craft breweries, extreme sports, horseracing and sitcoms starring Adam Scott.
TicketsThu., Jun. 29, 10:00pm
Agoura Hills Dance Presents Star 2017 Joyful Joyful
TicketsFri., Jun. 30, 7:00pm
Hollywood Babble-On with Kevin Smith & Ralph Garman
TicketsFri., Jun. 30, 10:00pm
The Late Night Show with Stuart Thompson, Luke Schwartz & More!
TicketsFri., Jun. 30, 11:00pm
The 28th Annual Mariachi USA Festival
TicketsSat., Jul. 1, 6:00pm
FoxSports1: Fox's version of ESPN, with Regis Philbin. Sister channel Fox Sports 2 will broadcast internationally focused sports such as Australian rules football, soccer and rugby.
Fusion: ABC and Univision's joint 24-hour news network, airing English-language content aimed at younger, bilingual Latinos.
Revolt TV: Sean "Diddy" Combs' youth-oriented (notice a trend?) music and culture channel.
The Surf Channel: Founded by Steve Bellamy, who created the Tennis Channel and the Ski Channel.
Al Jazeera America: An attempt to cover breaking news objectively, with funding from Qatar's royal family
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