|FactSnippet No. 2,282,599|
16 Facts About Lifetime Channel
Lifetime Channel oversaw the production of the first Lifetime movies ever made, along with carrying the final three seasons of the Blair Brown–starring dramedy The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd from NBC after the network canceled it.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,600|
TCI executives chalked the politicians' reactions up to lobbying by Lifetime Channel, and suggested to the Times that in retaliation, Disney, one of Lifetime Channel's parent companies, might have trouble launching a new network on TCI.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,604|
Lifetime Channel produced one original game show, with a format based on The Newlywed Game; it was canceled after one season.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,605|
Lifetime Channel did not renew the show reportedly because of low ratings and the high cost to produce the program.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,606|
Lifetime Channel aired more than 40 new episodes of the program before cancelling it in 2013.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,607|
In 2000, Lifetime Channel phased out its live broadcasts and replaced them with an original series documenting the lives of WNBA players.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,611|
Localized version of Lifetime Channel was launched on September 22,2017, by A+E Networks Asia-Pacific and local company iHQ.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,613|
On July 2,2015, Lifetime Channel launched a streaming service branded as Lifetime Channel Movie Club.
|FactSnippet No. 2,282,614|