A host of new channels coming to TDS TV

In New Mexico and Cortez, Colorado, TDS has launched My Network TV (KASY) for all TV customers. My Network TV will be on Channel 26 for TDS TV+ customers and on the following channels for our TV customers:

New Mexico
Alamogordo — Channel 92/112
Carlsbad — Channel 24/709
Hobbs/Lovington — Channel 5/710
Ruidoso — Channel 97/112
Truth or Consequences — Channel 85/109
Cortez — Channel 14/104

My Network TV includes shows such as Law & Order Special Victims Unit, Chicago P.D., Dateline, and Chicago Fire.

Along with My Network TV, TDS launched The CW Network (KWBQ) for both TDS TV+ on Channel 23 and TV customers on the following channels;

New Mexico
Alamogordo — Channel 89/111
Carlsbad — Channel 4/705
Hobbs/Lovington — Channel 21/709
Ruidoso — Channel 91/111
Truth or Consequences — Channel 89/108
Cortez — Channel 20/103

The CW Network includes a variety of shows from 90210, Dynasty, Nancy Drew, Lost Girl, The Game, The Flash and Superman & Lois.

These launches do not include Socorro, New Mexico.

TDS will launch the following new channels on TDS TV+ on Feb. 22:

DECADES on Channel 70
roes & Icons on Channel 71
Me TV, Movies! on Channel 73
Start TV on Channel 74

In the Denver Designated Market Area (DMA) which includes Arvada, Estes Park and all our Northern Colorado communities, TDS will launch KREG – Me TV for both our TDS TV+ customers and TV customers. On TDS TV+, Me TV will be on Channel 35 and for our TV customers it will be on Channel 100.

In the Lubbock DMA (Seminole, Denver City, and Seagraves, Texas) for our TDS TV+ customers:

MeTV will be on Channel 48
Movies! on Channel 19
Heroes & Icons on Channel 12

For our regular TV customers:

MeTV will be on Channel 26
Movies! on Channel 49
Heroes & Icons on Channel 50

With DECADES, viewers  travel through a variety of eras to sample and a variety of classic television from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Fans of classic variety, sketch and talk shows will also enjoy The Best of The Ed Sullivan ShowRowan and Martin’s Laugh In and The Dick Cavett Show presented each weekday, alongside our daily one-hour original series Through the Decades, hosted by award-winning journalist Bill Kurtis. Weekends, viewers are invited to tune-in for The Decades Weekend Binge, continuous episodes of television favorites. For more on the schedule, click here.

Heroes & Icons draws from timeless classics as well as more contemporary favorites, H&I has something for everybody. From Western lovers to war buffs and fans of police drama, this network pumps out non-stop adventure and thrills. Here’s a sampling of shows you will enjoy on Heroes & Icons: JAG, Nash Bridges, Batman, Star Trek, MacGyver,  Rawhide,  Monk, House, and The Untouchables.

Me TV, Memorable Entertainment Television, is a classic television network. Chosen from a wide array of genres, the programs of MeTV include: M*A*S*H, The Andy Griffith Show, Carol Burnett and Friends, Mary Tyler Moore, I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners and The Odd Couple; dramas such as Perry Mason and Columbo; great westerns including Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Rifleman and The Big Valley; the heroics of Batman, Adventures of Superman and Wonder Woman, and otherworldly classics such as Star Trek, Lost In Space and The Twilight Zone – and so much more!

Start TV showcases strong and resourceful female leading characters in a lineup of contemporary and proven procedural dramas. Each lead character and series embody a boldness and determination to “Start” leading the way, seeking the truth, solving the crime and defending the innocent. Shows include: Cagney and Lacey, Rizzoli & Isles, Crossing Jordan, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Touched by An Angel, Medium, Unforgettable and more.

MOVIES! is a classic movie network featuring timeless films from multiple studios in the original run times. Notable titles in the MOVIES! library include: ‘The African Queen,’ ‘From Here to Eternity,’ ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s,’ ‘Bridge Over the River Kwai’ and
‘The French Connection.

To order TDS TV+, call 1-855-301-7470.

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