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List of Movies! affiliates

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The following is a list of current affiliates of Movies!, a classic films network. This list consists of confirmed Movies! affiliates, arranged by U.S. state. Movies! is currently carried on over-the-air TV stations in the United States, most of whom carry the network on a digital subchannel. The network is also available on the streaming service Frndly TV.

Current affiliates[edit]

City Station[1][2] Virtual
Owner (Management company) Date of affiliation Notes†


Montgomery WALE-LD 17.5 Woods Communications Company


Anchorage KDMD 33.8 Ketchikan Television December 2020


Phoenix KUTP 45.2 Fox Television Stations
Tucson KMSB 11.2 Tegna, Inc.
(operated by Gray Television)


Bakersfield KBFK-LP 36.2 Cocola Broadcasting
Chico/Redding KRCR-TV 7.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Fresno/Reedley/Madera KVBC-LP 13.3 Ventura Broadcasting
Los Angeles KCOP-TV 13.3 Fox Television Stations
Oakland/San Francisco/San Jose KTVU 2.3
Palm Springs KMIR-TV 36.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC
Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto KMAX-TV 31.5 CBS News and Stations May 1, 2023


Denver KHDT-LD 26.1 Syncom Media Group, Inc.
Grand Junction K22JN-D 22.1 Maranatha Broadcasting Launch date to be announced [2]


Hartford and New Haven WHCT-LD 35.4 Weigel Broadcasting September 30, 2020

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WDCA 20.2 Fox Television Stations


Miami WBFS-TV 33.2 CBS News and Stations
Ocala-Gainesville WOGX 51.2 Fox Television Stations
Orlando WRBW 65.2
Tampa-St. Petersburg WTVT 13.2
Jacksonville WCWJ 17.3 Graham Media Group


Atlanta WAGA-TV 5.2 Fox Television Stations
Macon WPGA-TV 58.8 Gray Television April 17, 2020
Savannah WSCG 34.11 Winemiller Television, LLC
Toccoa WGTA 32.4 Marquee Broadcasting


Chicago WFLD-TV 32.2 Fox Television Stations June 11, 2018 Relocated from WPWR-TV 50.2


Indianapolis WBXI-CD 47.4 CBS News and Stations
Salem (Louisville, Kentucky) WBKI-DT4 58.4 Block Communications
South Bend WBND-LD 57.3 Weigel Broadcasting


Topeka KCMN-LD 42.3 DTV America Corporation (operated by INNOVATE Corp.)
Wichita KFVT-LD 34.1


Baton Rouge KPBN-LD 14.5 Pelican Broadcasting, Inc.
Columbia/Monroe/El Dorado KMLU 11.3 Legacy Broadcasting January 2018
Lafayette KDCG-CD 22.4 Delta Media Corp. January 1, 2024
Shreveport KTBS 3.4 KTBS, LLC. Moved to this slot after Start TV was launched on KPXJ 21.3


Detroit WJBK 2.2 Fox Television Stations


Minneapolis-St. Paul WFTC 9.3 Fox Television Stations


Springfield, Missouri KRBK 49.3 Koplar Communications
St. Louis KNLC 24.4 Weigel Broadcasting


Butte / Bozeman KTVM 6.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Kalispell KCFW 9.3
Missoula KECI-TV 13.3


Pahrump (Las Vegas) KPVM-LD 25.2 Vernon Van Winkle

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KUPT-LD 16.1 Telemundo Station Group
Hobbs KUPT 29.2
Santa Fe (Albuquerque) KASA-TV 2.4

New York[edit]

Buffalo WBBZ-TV 67.8 Philip A. Arno
New York City WNYW 5.2 Fox Television Stations
Rochester WBGT-CD 46.7 Vision Communications
Syracuse WTVU-CD 22.6 Rennard Comm. Corp.
Utica WWDG-CD 12.6 Acme TV Corp.

North Carolina[edit]

Chapel Hill WIRP-LD 27.7 DTV America Corporation [3]

North Dakota[edit]

Fargo/Valley City/Grand Forks KRDK-TV 4.5 (38) Major Market Broadcasting


Cleveland WBNX-TV 55.3 Winston Broadcasting Network March 23, 2015 Replaced This TV
Cincinnati WBQC-LD 25.7 Gray Television


Philadelphia WTXF-TV 29.2 Fox Television Stations
Pittsburgh WPKD-TV 19.4 As of 9/1/23 Moved from WOSC-CD


Greeneville/Kingsport/Johnson City/Bristol-Bristol, Virginia WEMT 39.2 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Jackson, Tennessee WYJJ-LD 27.6 HC2 Holdings
Lebanon/Nashville WJFB 44.5 Weigel Broadcasting September 2020 Previously on WJDE-CD from 2014 to 2019


Amarillo TBD TBD TBD Launch date coming soon
Austin KTBC 7.2 Fox Television Stations
Dallas-Fort Worth KDFI 27.2
Houston KTXH 20.2
Laredo KLMV 15.3 J.B. Salazar
Lubbock KLBB-LD 48.3 Gray Television
Odessa KWWT 30.4
San Antonio KSAT 12.3 Graham Media Group
Victoria KMOL-LD 17.2[4] Morgan Murphy Media


Ogden/Provo/Salt Lake City, Utah KUCW 30.2 Nexstar Media Group


Burlington/Plattsburgh, New York WCAX-TV 3.2 Gray Television


Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia WSLS-TV 10.5 Graham Media Group 2019


Bellingham/Seattle KVOS-TV 12.2 Weigel Broadcasting Also serving Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia


Eau Claire/La Crosse WEAU 13.4 Gray Television Joined Movies! in October 2015
Milwaukee WMLW-TV 49.2 Weigel Broadcasting May 15, 2021
WYTU-LD 63.3
Wausau WZAW-LD 55.3 Gray Television

† Any launch dates noted are subject to change.

Former affiliates[edit]

City Station[1][2] Virtual
Owner Years of affiliation Notes†


Anchorage KDMD 33.5 Ketchikan Television 2013–2018


Arcata/Eureka KAEF-TV 23.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013–2022 Replaced by Comet
Sacramento/Stockton/Walnut Grove/Modesto KQCA-TV 58.2 Hearst Television 2015–2018 Replaced by Heroes & Icons


Columbus WXTX 54.2 American Spirit Media, LLC 2015–2022 Replaced by MeTV


Boise KTRV-TV 12.3 Block Communications 2013–2017 Replaced by Ion Life


Gary (Chicago, Illinois) WPWR-TV 50.2 Fox Television Stations 2015–June 10, 2018 Moved to WFLD-TV 32.2


Campbellsville (Louisville) WBKI-DT2 34.2 L.M. Communications, LLC 2014–2017 Station ceased operations October 25, 2017; affiliation moved to existing simulcast on the fourth subchannel of WMYO


Portland WPME 35.2 Cottonwood Communications, LLC 2014–2017 Replaced by Ion Television


Boston WFXT 25.2 Cox Media Group 2013–2016 Replaced by Escape


Roscommon (Traverse City DMA) WURO-LD 18.2 M33 Media LLC Station is defunct
West Branch (Flint City DMA) WUWB-LD 20.3 M33 Media LLC Station is defunct


Kalispell KCFW 9.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013–2022 Replaced by Charge!


Las Vegas KLAS-TV 8.3 Nexstar Media Group 2013–2021 Replaced by SportsGrid in January 2022, then by getTV in October 2022
Reno KOLO-TV 8.2 Gray Television 2014–2017 Replaced by MeTV

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WJZY 46.4 Nexstar Media Group 2014–2023 Replaced by Grit
New Bern/Greenville WCTI-TV 12.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013–2019 Replaced by Dabl


Tulsa KUOC-LD 48.5 DTV America Corporation 201?–2023


Pittsburgh WOSC-CD 61.2 The Video Warehouse, inc. Moved to WPKD-TV on 9/1/23

South Carolina[edit]

Anderson/Spartanburg/Asheville, North Carolina/Greenville, South Carolina WYFF 4.2 Hearst Television Channel was replaced by MeTV in 2018[5]


Memphis WHBQ-TV 13.2 Cox Media Group 2013–2016 Replaced by Escape
Nashville WJDE-CD 31.6 Word Broadcasting Network 2014–2019 Replaced by QVC2


  1. ^ a b "Stations for Network - Movies!". RabbitEars.info. Network List. Retrieved February 1, 2013.
  2. ^ a b c Where to Watch Movies! TV Network Archived 2013-06-07 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "RabbitEars.Info". www.rabbitears.info. Retrieved 2021-08-06.
  4. ^ "Movies! Network Signs Five New Affiliates". TVNewsCheck. June 10, 2014. Retrieved June 22, 2018.
  5. ^ "MeTV Carolina now on WYFF 4.2!". WYFF 4.

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