List of fictional television stations

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This is a list of notable fictional television stations, including fictional television networks.

United States local stations[edit]

United States networks[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Other countries[edit]

Antarctica[edit]

  • Antarctica Television – spoof channel

Canada[edit]

  • The Canada Channel – appears on the South Park episode "Eat, Pray, Queef"
  • CIVIC-TV – in the film Videodrome, a Toronto UHF station, likely a reference to real station CITY-TV.
  • CTLS (Channel 10)  – for the Canadian TV series E.N.G., the Toronto station where the characters work on the news program.
  • Météo+ – Francophone cable weather channel based in Sudbury, Ontario, in the Canadian TV series Météo+
  • SCTV – for Second City Television, the titular local television station, later network, in the fictional town of Melonville

France[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

  • THFFFVN (Truyen Hinh Fun Fun Fun Viet Nam) – from episode 12 of STB comedy

Brazil[edit]

Romania[edit]

International waters[edit]

See also[edit]

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