getTV Launches New Lineup Monday

Sony’s classic movie diginet getTV is overhauling their schedule, adding a 13-hour block of classic TV series to their weekday lineup.

Here’s a rundown of the new lineup (all times Eastern):

7:00AM The Thin Man (Mystery)
7:35AM The Jimmy Stewart Show (Comedy)
8:15AM Nanny and the Professor (Comedy)
8:50AM The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (Comedy)
9:30AM A Man Called Shenandoah (Western)
10:05AM The Restless Gun (Western)
10:45AM Laredo (Western)
12:00N Tour of Duty (Drama)
1:00PM S.W.A.T. (Crime Drama)
2:00PM Airwolf (Action)
3:00PM Riptide (Detective)
4:00PM Hardcastle & McCormick (Action)
5:00PM The Equalizer (Crime Drama)
6:00PM In the Heat of the Night (Drama)
7:00PM In the Heat of the Night (Drama)

getTV also airs classic television programming Monday nights (variety shows), Wednesday nights (comedies) and Saturday afternoons (Westerns).

You can find getTV on such affiliates as WFTY 67.3 New York, KFTR 46.2 Los Angeles and WGBO 66.2 Chicago. For the complete schedule and affiliate directory, visit the getTV website.

getTV Signs Major Expansion Deal

National classic movie digital network getTV is adding 33 more markets, expanding its reach to nearly 70% of U.S. TV households.

getTV announced its deal with Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group on Monday, with Sinclair agreeing to add the multicast service in 33 of its markets by the end of September. Here’s a list of the new getTV affiliates:

Market Station Primary Affiliation
Baltimore WNUV The CW
Birmingham WTTO The CW
Boise KYUU The CW
Buffalo WNYO MyNetworkTV
Cedar Rapids KGAN CBS
Charleston SC WTAT FOX
Charleston WV WCHS ABC
Cincinnati WSTR MyNetworkTV
Columbia MO KRCG CBS
Columbia SC WACH FOX
Columbus OH WTTE FOX
Des Moines KDSM FOX
Greensboro WMYV MyNetworkTV
Greenville SC WMYA MyNetworkTV
Las Vegas KVMY MyNetworkTV
Lexington WDKY FOX
Madison WMSN FOX
Milwaukee WVTV The CW
Minneapolis-St. Paul WUCW The CW
Mobile WFGX MyNetworkTV
Nashville WUXP MyNetworkTV
Norfolk WTVZ MyNetworkTV
Oklahoma City KOCB The CW
Paducah WDKA MyNetworkTV
Pittsburgh WPGH FOX
Portland ME WGME CBS
Portland OR KATU ABC
Rochester NY WUHF FOX
St. Louis KDNL ABC
Tallahassee WTWC NBC
Wichita KMTW MyNetworkTV

getTV launched in February 2014 and is a service of Sony Pictures Television. It airs a 24/7 schedule of classic movies on broadcast stations across America, including WFUT New York, KFTR Los Angeles and WGBO Chicago.

For more info, visit the getTV website.

GetTV Diginet Adds 4 Markets

Classic movie digital network GetTV is expanding its reach to 31 markets, covering 48% of U.S. TV households.

TV Newscheck reports the new GetTV affiliates include KIRO 7.2 Seattle, WAXN 64.2 Charlotte, WTEV Jacksonville and KMYT 41.2 Tulsa. Seattle, Charlotte and Tulsa signed on today, while Jacksonville will launch this summer (most likely on 47.3). All four stations are owned or operated by Cox Media Group. GetTV is a service of Sony Pictures Television.

For more info on GetTV, please visit their website.

TCM Slates Shirley Temple Marathon

Turner Classic Movies will be paying tribute to the late actress with a Shirley Temple Tribute on Sunday March 9.

Here is the scheduled lineup:

  • 4:30PM Heidi (1937)
  • 6:15PM Stowaway (1936)
  • 8PM Bright Eyes (1934)
  • 9:30PM The Little Princess (1939)
  • 11:15PM I’ll Be Seeing You (1944)
  • 12:45AM The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer (1947)
  • 2:30AM A Kiss For Corliss (1949)
  • 4:15AM That Hagen Girl (1947)

Also, diginet getTV will be airing The Little Princess tonight at 10PM. Another diginet, Cozi TV, will be showing Temple’s Little Miss Marker Saturday at 330AM EST and Sunday afternoon at 2PM EST.

Sony Launches Classic Movie Service

First there was This TV. Then came Movies! Now there is getTV.

Sony Pictures Television launched a brand new digital programming service this afternoon called getTV. According to their website, getTV is a “new television network that brings the classic films you love to your living room. Enjoy the glamour of old Hollywood with legendary actors and award-winning films playing all day and night.”

The first movie on the schedule is Operation Mad Ball, a 1957 comedy starring Jack Lemmon. getTV airs a full 24/7 schedule of movies from the 1930s to the 1960s, offering another great free TV choice for classic movie buffs.

According to TVNewsCheck, getTV is launching in 25 markets, 17 of which are Univision-owned stations. Although Univision is a Spanish language broadcaster, getTV is broadcast in English.

Among getTV’s major market affiliates: WFUT 68.3 New York, KFTR 46.2 Los Angeles, WGBO 66.2 Chicago, WUVP 65.3 Philadelphia and KSTR 49.2 Dallas.

For more info, please visit the getTV website.