Premiere (TV channel)
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In addition to movies, the channel also showed children television shows in an after school slot fillers. The channel premiered Thundercats years before the BBC 1 launch. It was also the first channel to premiere Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors
Due to losses of around £10 Million and increased competition from Sky Movies, Premiere closed in July 1989.
The Entertainment Network
The Entertainment Network (TEN) Launched on 29 March 1984, by Robert Maxwell. The station went bust within a year but was later re-launched as Mirrorvision.
Mirrorvision, was a film channel from the stable of the Daily Mirror! and launch on 2 June 1985.
On 1 April 1986 Mirrorvision and Premiere merged but continued to be called Premiere.
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