FETV Adds Cozi Programming

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Christian satellite network FETV is now simulcasting programming from Cozi-TV, a national digital broadcast service owned by NBCUniversal.

According to FETV’s programming guide, the network is airing 10 hours of Cozi on weekdays and 4 hours in Saturday prime. The programming blocks are Monday-Friday 12N-6PM and 8PM-12M, plus Saturdays 8PM-12M. Classic Cozi shows airing on FETV include The Dick Van Dyke Show, Make Room for Daddy, Maverick and Starsky & Hutch.

FETV also continues to program several classic series from its existing library, specifically Highway to Heaven, Lassie, The Lone Ranger and The Roy Rogers Show. The balance of the schedule is filled with religious and lifestyle programming.

FETV is a programming service of LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. It is available on Dish Network (Channel 82) and AT&T U-verse (Channel 578).

Cozi TV is carried as a full-time digital subchannel by broadcast stations across America, including WNBC New York, KNBC Los Angeles and WMAQ Chicago. For more info, visit the Cozi-TV website.

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21 thoughts on “FETV Adds Cozi Programming

  1. I would like cozi tv to come on sunday at eight o clock so i could see fantasy island and please get a channel so i can see cozi full time

    • Unfortunately, FETV does not carry any Cozi TV programming on Sundays. Do you have a local broadcast station that carries Cozi?

    • FamilyNet is showing the old B&W episodes of Bewitched. They air weekdays from 9-10AM and 6-7PM, plus Saturdays from 11AM-12N. FamilyNet is available on Dish Network and Verizon Fios.

  2. I love Fantasy Island with Ricardo Montalban. Please add this program into
    your lineup. It has been showing at 7pm CST M-F…..but lately it looks like it’s
    not on in that time slot anymore. Also, it ran for 7 years…..could we please see
    all of the episodes starting with the first years? Thank you.

  3. Thank you for showing programs with good moral standards. I grew up watching The Lone Ranger and The Roy Rogers Show along with many others, which always had the content of values, respect, to think and make the right choices. These programs are much needed in today’s society. Its good to see this type of programming. It’s such a nice change from the regular programs that air on other stations. Thank You!!

  4. I would like to thank fetv or cozy tv for having reruns of Starsky and Hutch I used to watch that show when I was a teenager and I love it!

  5. Thank you for broadcasting all of the Avengers series, Run For Your Life and other great shows from the Golden Age of television. Please don’t abandon us to the 24-7 freak show that is so-called “reality TV.” It’s not fit for anyone’s viewing – not for adults and certainly not for children. If I thought for a moment that the new shows truly represented reality, I don’t know what I’d do, maybe go outside and play four-square!

  6. Keep Dragnet! Just when It was starting to look like TV was getting better, its gone! Keep the oldies coming. Adam-12, Dragnet, Squad 51 and the rest. Do some old time TV programing like in the seventies. You don’t have to make it a marathon just slip all those good old show in and we’ll keep the TV tuned to FETV.

  7. I am so disappointed that Dragnet is missing from weeknights at 8pm, and replaced by Miami Vice. I hope Dragnet comes back soon!!

  8. Why in the world did you take off Dragnet and replace it with that stupid Miami Vice crap. That and Adam 12 is the only thing on there worth watching and now you take that off. Good move! At least put Dragnet someplace else.

    • Hi Chris. CoziTV is available as a free, over-the-air broadcast channel in many cities across the United States. You can see if there’s a local affiliate near you by visiting the CoziTV website and searching by zip code: http://www.cozitv.com/get-cozi-tv/. Hope this helps and thanks for visiting ClassicTVBlog.com!

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