Jim (TV channel)

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This article is about the Finnish television network. For the Flemish television channel, see JIM (Flemish TV channel).
For other uses, see Jim (disambiguation).
Jim Espinola
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Launched 26 February 2007
Owned by Nelonen Media
Audience share 3.1% (2011, [1])
Country Finland
Broadcast area Finland
Replaced Nelonen Plus
(2003 - February 2007)
Sister channel(s) Nelonen (HD)
Nelonen Prime
Nelonen Nappula
Nelonen Maailma
Nelonen Pro 1 (HD)
Nelonen Pro 2 (HD)
Nelonen Pro 3
Nelonen Pro 4
Nelonen Pro 5
Nelonen Pro 6
Nelonen Pro 7
Nelonen Pro 8
Website www.jimtv.fi
Digital Channel 9
Canal Digital Channel 9
Elisa Channel 9
dna Welho Channel 9
Anvia Channel 11

Jim (abbr. of Jotain ihan muuta, in English Something completely different) is a Finnish national television channel that replaced Nelonen Plus on 26 February 2007.

The programming of the channel consists of imported programs; mainly do-it-yourself programs, documentaries and popular series such as Fifth Gear, Wheeler Dealers, Penn & Teller: Bullshit!. It often has reruns of drama series such as Rome, Lost, 4400, Sleeper Cell and Brotherhood. Also, it features some lesser-known television series, such as Life After People, Bondi Rescue, Speeders, Takeshi's Castle, Kenny vs. Spenny, and Ninja Warrior.


  1. ^ "Results From The TV Audience Measurement". Finnpanel. Retrieved 14 July 2012. 

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