American Network

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This article is about a television channel in Mexico. For American networks in general, see List of United States over-the-air television networks.

American Network was a cable/satellite television network owned by Televisa. Established in 2002, the channel broadcast throughout Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador featuring English language programs originating from the United States. Most of the shows were CBS Television Studios-owned or distributed programming. American Network's coverage included all CBS News shows. Other shows on its schedule included programming from CBS Sports and Food Network.

The network ran an announcement, from August 22, 2011, that it would end its broadcast on September 5, 2011 and it was replaced by Tiin, a Mexican Spanish-language network oriented to teenagers and kids.

Programs broadcast by American Network[edit]

Talk Shows[edit]

Reality[edit]

Game shows[edit]

News[edit]

Soap Operas[edit]

Sitcoms and series[edit]

Cooking[edit]

Sporting Events[edit]

American Network broadcast college basketball and football games along with other sports programming from CBS Sports.

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