Fox (Greek TV channel)

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Fox
FOX wordmark.svg
Country Greece
Cyprus
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Programming
Language(s) English (with Greek subtitles) and Greek
Picture format 1080i HDTV
Ownership
Owner Fox Networks Group
(Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International)
Sister channels Fox Life
National Geographic
History
Launched1 October 2012
Replaced FX
Links
Website Official Website
Availability
Cable
Cablenet (Cyprus)Channel 102 (HD)
Satellite
Cosmote TV Channel 207 (HD)
Nova Greece Channel 209 (HD)
Nova Cyprus Channel 106 (HD)
IPTV
Cosmote TV (Greece)Channel 14
CytaVision (Cyprus)Channel 13
WIND Vision Channel 200
Vodafone TV (Greece)Channel 43
PrimeTel (Cyprus)Channel 302

Fox is a Greek pay-television channel, that was launched on 1 October 2012 replacing FX. Its programming consists of comedy, drama, science fiction, action and animation series such as The Simpsons , Criminal Minds , Suits and Legion with new episodes for the first time in Greece. It also broadcasts the biggest hit series in Greece in less than 24 hours after the US such as The Walking Dead , Homeland , American Horror Story and Empire.

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