ETC (Chilean TV channel)
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|Launched||August 1, 1996|
|Owned by||Telefilms Ltda. (1996-2011)
Bethia Holdings (2011-present)
|Formerly called||Etc TV (1996-2015)|
|Movistar (all Chile)||Channel 310|
Channel 253 digital (all Chile)
|GTD Manquehue||Channel 9|
ETC is a Chilean cable TV channel currently owned by Mega. The channel's slogan is "Todo pasa por Etc..." (Everything Happens on Etc...). Launched in 1996, the company was previously owned by Telefilms Ltda. Starting with a low budget, the channel was originally conceived as a "miscellaneous" channel (the name of the channel, ETC, is based on et cetera), focusing on children's programming and some North American sitcoms in their first year. In 1997 when the channel aired Sailor Moon and Saint Seiya, the station experienced an increase in ratings, leading the station to narrow their focus to include primarily Japanese anime, though in recent years they have also added some South Korean contents including music and kdrama.
Anime aired on ETC
Some of the following Anime were aired on ETC TV, many of those series were also aired on some local Chilean channels, specially Chilevisión on their program "El Club de los Tigritos" (program later replaced by "Invasión") and some exceptions in TVN (Vision of Escaflowne and Lost Universe), Red Televisión (Detective Conan, also aired in Chilevisión) and Megavisión (Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh!).
- Ashita no Nadja (beginning March 26, 2007)
- Bikkuriman (first season only)
- Black Jack (not completed)
- Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 (slightly edited North American version)
- Captain Tsubasa (known in Latin America as "Los Super Campeones", aired the original series and Road to 2002)
- Card Captor Sakura (original Japanese edition without any censorship of the US version, completed)
- Corrector Yui (beginning March 24, 2008)
- Crayon Shin-chan (translation of the English Vitello and Phuuz dubs)
- Detective Conan (some seasons)
- Digimon (original Japanese edition, until Digimon Frontier)
- Doraemon (known in Latin America as "El Gato Cosmico")
- Dr. Slump (not completed)
- Dragon Ball (all seasons)
- Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro
- Ghost Sweeper Mikami (completed)
- Goal FH (known in Latin America as "Goleadores")
- Gulliver Boy (completed)
- Gundam Wing (the only Gundam series who was aired on Etc...TV, Chile and Latin America)
- Hajime no Ippo (known in Latin America as "Espiritu de Lucha", completed)
- Hamtaro (beginning March 26, 2007)
- Hell Teacher Nūbē (completed)
- Hunter × Hunter (original Japanese edition, complete TV series plus Ryodan OVAs, now airing Greed Island)
- Idaten Jump (completed)
- Jibaku-kun (completed)
- Kaleido Star (completed)
- Kinnikuman (original Japanese edition, first season only)
- Koni chan (the dub were made in Mexico using a lot of slang, changing a lot the original concept)
- Inuyasha (North American edition)
- Magic Knight Rayearth (North American edit)
- Sally The Witch (original Japanese edition, remake series)
- Marmalade Boy (knows in Latin America as "La Familia Crece" but in the channel was announced by the original name, however and despite the name, the series were dubbed in Chile itself and get the same name as the Spanish edition)
- Ninja Hattori
- Ojamajo Doremi (original Japanese edition, only the first season)
- One Piece (4Kids edit)
- Prince of Tennis (still airing)
- Pokémon (North American edit, eleven seasons)
- Ranma ½ (completed)
- Red Baron (completed)
- Nintama Rantarou (know in Latin America as "Ninja Boy Rantaro")
- Tantei Gakuen Q (know in Latin America as "Escuela de Detectives")
- Sailor Moon (all seasons)
- Saint Seiya (known in Latin America as "Los Caballeros del Zodiaco", original Japanese edition, all seasons Including Season Hades - Inferno: Now is conveying Season Hades - Elisios (starting on 02/08/2010))
- Sakura Wars (known in Latin America as "La Guerra de Sakura", but in the channel is announced by the original name, the first TV season)
- Shaman King (completed)
- Slam Dunk (original Japanese edition, completed)
- Slayers (known in Latin America as "Los Justicieros", all seasons)
- Sorcerous Stabber Orphen (completed)
- Tenchi Muyo (TV first season, "Tenchi in Tokyo" and OVA series)
- The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (completed)
- The Secret Garden (animated Japanese version of the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett)
- The Vision of Escaflowne (original Japanese edition, completed)
- You're Under Arrest (known in Latin America as "Estan Arrestados")
- Yu-Gi-Oh! (North American edit, completed)
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (North American edit, still airing)
- Zenki (completed)
- Zoids (original Japanese edition, first season)
- Bleach (anime)
- Death Note
- Fullmetal Alchemist
Korean drama aired on ETC
Korean drama (Kdrama) aired on ETC:
- Boys Over Flowers in 2012, dubbed as 'Casi El Paraíso'. Reruns in 2013 and 2017.
- Secret Garden in 2012, dubbed as 'Jardín Secreto'. Rerun in 2013.
- Manny in 2012. Rerunned in 2013.
- Dream High in 2012-2013, dubbed as 'Dream High: Sueña sin límites'. Rerun in 2013.
- Shining Inheritance in 2013, dubbed as 'Sorpresas del Destino'.
- Coffee Prince in 2016, dubbed as 'El Príncipe del Café'.
- Goong in 2016, dubbed as 'Educando a la princesa'.
- When a Man Falls in Love in 2017, dubbed as 'Cuando un Hombre Ama'.
- Mary Stayed Out All Night to air beginning May 15,2017. Dubbed as 'Mary Está Fuera Por La Noche'.
- Official Site (in Spanish)