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November 13, 2009

Freesat to offer more content

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by David Allen

Owners of the free-to-view satellite service, Freesat, will be able to see a new offering from CBS from the 16th November, but only following a bit of a reorganisation of the Freesat content.

The CBS channels will offer the viewer the opportunity to catch up on some of the best and worst TV shows from the eighties.

These shows will include Dynasty, Star Trek, Moonlighting, Models Inc, The Jerry Springer Show, Creepy, F/X - The Series and The Sentinel.

The CBS channels will include CBS Drama, CBS Reality and CBS Action and will be replacing Zone Romantica, Zone Reality and Zone Thriller, which are due to be removed.

Eighties TV is set to return to the screens of the UK viewer once more.

Whether that is a good thing or not, will be down to the viewers to decide.

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