DirecTV Subscribers May Be Without FX And Other Channels As Of November 1st Due To Carriage Disputes image
There could be bad news ahead for fans of certain Fox cable channel series who use DirecTV. The network’s carriage agreement with the digital broadcast satellite service expired at the end of last months and since things haven’t been cleared up between Fox and DirecTV, the service may be dropping a number of channels as of November 1st.
Kelly West 2011-10-21
Fans Can Revisit Friday Night Lights On ESPN  image
Now, ESPN has announced reruns of the soon-defunct show will air on ESPN and ESPN Classic. The announcement couldn’t have come any sooner, because ESPN is planning to begin airing Season 1episodes on July 12, the same day Friday Night Lights ends its run on DirecTV and NBC
Jessica Grabert 2011-07-11
Charlie Sheen Ready To Return To Work But CBS May Not Be image
DirecTV’s The Dan Patrick Show spoke to Charlie Sheen today about his recent UCLA pep talk and during the call, also got some updates on his potential return to Two and a Half Men, which had to go on a production hiatus after Sheen entered rehab for substance abuse. From the sounds of it, Sheen is ready to go back to work, but CBS might not be ready to roll just yet.
Kelly West 2011-02-14
Emily Rios From The Men Of A Certain Age To The Boys Of Friday Night Lights image
Emily Rios was little more than on of Joe's employees at the party supply store, but she really embodied that character and made me want to see more of her. I must not be alone in that, because she's just been signed to a recurring role on NBC/DirecTV's Friday Night Lights
Jason J. Hughes 2010-04-17
DirectTV To Air The Wire image
In The Wire, writer and creator David Simon tells the story of life in Baltimore from the eyes of the police officers (corrupt and clean), lowliest drug addicts, street corner dealers, school kids, politicians and seemingly everyone else in between.
Doug Norrie 2010-04-12
NBC Orders Two More Seasons Of Friday Night Lights image
NBC is not cancelling Friday Night Lights, as many fans had been fearing. It appears that the partnership with DirecTV, which has the show premiering on the satellite service first and costs shared by both parties, has made the show fiscally possible.
Steve West 2009-03-31
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