FX (Greek TV channel)

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FX International logo.svg
Launched31 December 2009
Closed1 October 2012
Owned byFox International Channels Greece
Picture format4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Greece
LanguageEnglish (with Greek subtitles)
Broadcast area Greece
HeadquartersAthens, Greece
Replaced byFox And TV5
Sister channel(s)Fox Life
National Geographic Channel
OTE TVChannel 207
NOVA Greece(Greece)Channel 206
NOVA Cyprus(Cyprus)Channel 106
Cablenet(Cyprus)Channel 702
OTE TV (Greece)Channel 14
CytaVision(Cyprus)Channel 13

FX was a Greek pay television network, launched by the Fox International Channels, which launched on 31 December 2009. The channel was broadcasting in Cyprus too, with the same schedule to Greece.

The program included sci-fi series such as The X-Files and Battlestar Galactica, reality shows such as The Amazing Race animation such as The Simpsons and Family Guy, other series such as Law & Order and The Walking Dead, with new episodes for the first time in Greece and also new recent series such as Terra Nova and The Killing for the first time in Greece.

On 1 October 2012 FX has been relaunched as FOX under a brand new programming grid. Most of the following series, are broadcasting from FOX.


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